Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Creation Date:
March 2, 2012
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ACA5476
oclc - 33284558
alephbibnum - 000366625
lccn - sn 95047182
System ID:
UF00028304:00959

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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Man charge wtn sex abuse oftwo young girls

Fromstaffreports molestation on a child under 6 on reports of alleged sexual Authorities say Senior is also under the name Moutfayvayon
the age of 12, ac- abuse upon the children. Senior being held on behalf of the Dawis Drake and was alle to A registered sex offender who .cording.to a press has been in jail since June 4, on state of Georgia for allegedly perpetuate that identity.
had been living under an as- release from the allegations of bank fraud and abandoning required supervi- The local investigation, which
sumed name in Jackson County Jackson County other charges. The mother had sion as a registered sex offender began in June, resulted in the
has been arrested on allega- Sheriffs Office. also been arrested in' June on there. charges being filed this week
tions that he sexually abused a Senior, the girls' bank fraud charges, according Senior is also being charged after consultation with prosecu12-year-old girl and a 9-year- mother and the to investigators with the Jackson with failure to register as a con- tors in the office of State Attorold girl, the children of his Senior children had County Sheriff's Office. Sex. of- victed sex offender and convict- ney Glenn Hess.
girlfriend. mOved to Jackson fense allegations. against Senior ed felon in Florida as required Jackson County Sheriff Lou
Charlie Senior Jr., 28, is County near the first of March, came to light after the children when he moved here. Roberts said the Florida Departcharged with one count of sex- 2012. The sheriffs office was had been placed in the custody According to the press release, ment of Law Enforcement and ual battery on a child and one contacted bythe Department of of a relative following the arrests Senior had obtained a driver's li- the Alabama Highway Patrol count of lewd and lascivious Children and Families on June of the adults. cense'from the state of Alabama assisted in the investigation.


Crime
CMPILLTON P FOR HOLIDAYS
Local man

gets 40-year

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From staff reports

Marianna resident
Ha'Khelius Moore will
spend at least 40
years in prison for the attempted robbery and .
shooting of
Moore a Marianna
store clerk
early this year; according
to a press release issued
on behalf of State Attorniey
Glenn Hess .
In October, the 19-year- .
old had pled no contest to
attempted robbery with a
firearm and attempted second-degre-mnurderwitha-afirearm in the case. Circuit
Judge BillWright sentenced
him this week to. a 40-year
minimum -mandatory
term on each charge and
ran them concurrently.
According to 'the release,
Assistant State Attorney
Shad Redmon had been
prepared to show at trial
that Moore, 19, waited out- MA KKNNE/FLODAN
side for a customer to leave This mobile home on Highway 273 in Campbellton was destroyed in a fire Monday. Big Star Liquors the night
of Jan. 18, then talkedd El i rhi m problem is the likely cause, according to another of Session's daughters.
in with gun, in hand. The E ec r c p ob, Session's conversation with fire depart- Their own home was destroyed down to
clerk, Troy Groth, drew his ment pe rsonnel. its skeleton and most oftheir belongings
own weapon and the two Sparks blaze; no Located at 4906 Highway 273, the home burned up in the fire. Session's two cars
exchanged gunfire. Groth was given to Session 16 years ago by the a 1997 Camnny and a 1989 Cadillac were
was shot in the arm and inSu ra n ce on hom beloved great-aunt she helped take care of also destroyed as flames licked out to sear
throat. for several years, the late Maudie Williams. the vehicles.
A surveillance cam- BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER Session didn't have' insurance on it, and Session knows those things can.be reera shows Moore moving dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com wonders now when or if she and the rest placed -- she just doesn't know how she's
around the store in an ef- of the family will be reunited. Being in the going to get the money to make that hapfort to get a clear shot at Queen Session, two of her grown children same space so she can watch the little ones pen. She's disabled and unable to work,
Groth, the release stated, and three of her grandkids are without a grow up is her ultimate goal. with a bone disease making it difficult to
Moore made a move to- home as Thanksgiving Day and Christ- Right now, she's staying with her mother. walk, and high blood pressure and heart
ward the door, then came n-as approach. Fire destroyed their mobile Her son, her daughter and her daughter's
- home Monday afternoon. An electrical three young children are -staying with See FIRE, Page7A
See SENTENCE, Page 7A



Benton sworn-in as Jackson County Superintendent of Schools
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER School assistant principal Bob positions. Barber currently
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com Burke is going to Marianna High serves as secretary to Dave Steve Bqnton
School to become the assistant Waller, the Director of Sec- (right) is sworn
.Steve Benton was sworn into principal and will remain there ondary Education. another in as Jackson
office as the new Jackson Coun- until the end of the year. secretary, Sherri Johns6n, will County's
ty Superintendent of Schools Don Wilson will continue as assume secretarial duties for 24th school
Tuesday, with the ceremony director of safety for the school Waller and for Facilities Direc- superintendant
carried out by his son-in-law system, but will also become tor Stuart Wiggins, who is los- by County Judge
Jackson County Judge Elect the Sunland and Adult Educa- ing Howell, as well as continu- Elect Wade Mercer
Wade Mercer. tion principal. His office will be ing her existing duties. during a ceremony
Benton, who won election to located at Adult Education on DonnaMartinwillbeassigned at the Russ House
the office on his sixth try for the Guyton Street in Marianna. to the main switchboard. Tuesday.
post, has already made some Benton is making some Cyndy Parker will continue changes that become effective changes in the secretarial du- her current duties and will also .
Monday. ties at central office, as well. take on secretarial duties for
CurrentSunland school prin- Two of the seven secretaries Cheryl McDaniel. dipal Dr. Bryan Johnson is mov- now in central office, Deborah Benton said he expects, the ing to Marianna Middle.School Barber and Jan Howell, will be changes to save the district a as assistant principal, moving into the finance deCurrent Marianna Middle parent from their current See BENTON, Page 7A MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
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I~J O 1 D J~ JTODAY SUNDAY, NOV. 25 D) Chipola College application deadline The
)) Jackson County Habitat for Humanity Ware- )) Alcoholics Anonymous.Closed Discussion applicant ion deadline for spring terms A and B is
Publisher Valeria Roberts house hours 9 a.m. to 3 p.m 6:30 p.m. at 4349W. Lafayette St. in Marianna today. Call 718-2211 or visit www.chipola.edu.
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doberski@jcfloridan.comn in Marianna. Learn job seeking/retention skills. Call drinking. )) Fall/Winter Sale 9a.m. tol p.m. at St. Anne
526-0139. Thrift Store, 4285 Second Ave. in Ma&anna.
CONTACT US Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting MONDAY, NOV.26 Orientation 12:30-3:30 p.m. at the Marianna
Nooni to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United* ) Marianna Lions Club Meeting- Noon at Jim's Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 U.s. 90 in Telephone:. 850-526-3614 Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Buffet & Grill. Call 482-2005. Marianna. Register for free job placement and
FAX: 850-482-4478 )) Parkinson's Support Group Meeting- Noon computer training; learn about services. Call
"Email: editorial@jcfloridan.com THURSDAY, NOV. 22 in' the ground-floor classroom of Jackson Hospital, 526-0139.
Mailing Address: )) King's Table Free Thanksgiving Dinner l 4250 Hospital Drive, Mariannk. Lunch provided. ') Neighborhood Meeting -5-7 p.m. at Covenant
P.O. Box 52O Marianna, FL 32447 a.m. to 1p.m. in the parking lot of Grocery Outlet, Emerald Coast ChaplainGino Mayowill discuss Hospice, 4215 Keson Ave., Suite E, in Marianna.
Street Address: 4230 Lafayette St., Marianna. First 300 pJeople "Emotions:' Those diagnosed with Parkinsdn's and Presented by the City of Marianna, the event will
4403 Constitution Lane welcome for turkey, dressing or potatoes and gravy, their caregivers are invited. No cost to participate. featurespeakers discussing ecotoursm, job and
Marianna, FL 32446 greens beans, roll, cranberry sauce, pumpkin or Call 718-2661. education opportunities, as well as road/utility
Office Hours: apple pie, and tea. )). Jackson county Quilter's Guild Meeting improvements, health and municipal services, afterWeekdays, 8a&mto 5 p.m. ..:) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, 5:30-7:30 p m. at Ascension:Lutheran Church, school activities.,fire safety and more. Door prizes
8-9 p.m., FirstUnted MethodistChurch, 2901 3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings areplanned. Call 482-2786.
MISS YOUR PAPER? Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Atten- are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, )) A Jazzmatazz Christmas.- 7 p.m. nightly Nov..
Dance limited to persons with a desire to stop lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638. 29-Dec. 1 in the Chipola Center for the Arts Theatre. You Should receive your newspaper no later drinking. AlcoholicsAnonymous Open Meeting 8-9 Tickets for Chipola Show Choir's dazzling song and
than6 am. If it does not arrive, callCircula p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist dance revue are on sale now from show choir memetion between6 a~m. and noon, Tuesday to FRIDAY, NOV. 23 Church, 2901 Caledonia St, Marianna. h ers and Anita Price (718-2277): $10 for all ages.
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The )) Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m. at .Evangel Wor- ))-Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,
Jackson Conty Floridan (USPS 271-840) .ship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marian na. .TUESDAY, NOV. 27 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caleis published Tuesday through Friday and Adult, een meetings to "overcome hurts,habits and )) Fall/Winter Sale -9 am. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance Sunday morings.'Periodical postage aid. hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child careavailable. Call adTusasa t neTrf tr,48 e- lmtdt esn ihadsr oso rnig
at M arianna, FL. 20 9 -785 6,573 -113 1. e nd T sA ys at StiAnneh i t S oe,2 5 S c i i e o pe s n i h a d s r o s o r n i g
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 )) Sewing Circle -1I p.m. at Jackson County FRIDAY, NOV. 30
p.m. in the AAroom of First United Methodist Senior Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. )) Parade Entry Deadline Today is the last day SUBSCRIPTION RATES Church, 2901'Caledonia St. in Marianna. Ca111482-5028. to sign up to participate in the Grand Ridge ChristHome delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 SATURDAY, NOV. 24 ) Entry Deadline Today is the deadline to. mas Parade (Dec. 14). Call 592-4621.
for three months; $62.05 for six months; enter theSneadsChristmas Parade (Dec. 1). Cal )) Senior Singles Get-Together 6p.m. at
and$12.45foroneyer. ll rids iclue Fall Farmers' Market Open at 8 a.m. in Madi- Danielle Dickens at Sneads City Hall, 593-6636, for Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli, downtown Marianna.
an 134 o n er l rdsicue son Street Park, downtown Marianna. a form, Single seniors age 50 and older are encouraged
applicable state and local taxes. Mail ))Alford Comnt elhClinic Hours 10 ))Ach~ snnm u Open totng-- priet acantged, foarm fredships. aged
subscriptions must be paid in advane. Mail aCmmun i ul t y H ss enath 17 0lar liaot.i ~ i n ro m o is Unit 89 prze ant a gu esn t pae rm are plannd. Na rge d subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; m ntlfo T ef clas fo n om -lii patientsisCseenhat 177 Carolinia St. in pM.iateA oo fF rstU ited Mehois donations accepted (proceeds fund charitable $92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Aitfoudt Thm rediclinicufranc oe -egibeat at ets C uc,2 0 Cae o aStin M r naendeavors of Marianna's Gathering Place year. .illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments Fonain) al52-51
available (call 263:7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins W EDNESDAY, NOV. 28 Foundazzation) Christas-457 p.m. nightly Nov.
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ADVERTISING welcome. Sign in before noon. )) Jackson County Habitat for Humanity Ware- 29-Dec. 1 in the Chipola Center for the Arts Theatre.
advertiser agrees that the publisher St. Paul High School Reunion- at theCamp- house hours -9 am. to 3 p.m. Tickets for Chipola Show Choir's dazzling song and
Tebeliton Community Center. Hosted by the Class of )) Job Club 10:30 am. to 1:30 p.m. at the Manl- dance revue are on sale now from show choir
shall not be liable for damages arising 1968., Lunch is at noon. anna Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90 members and Anita Price (718-2277): $10 for all
out of errors andadvertisements beyond .) inooisAnnmu pe etn Marianna. Learn jbseeking/retention skills. Call ages.
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the amount paid for the space actually 4-30-5:30 p.m.Jn the AA room of First United 526-0139. )elraeRovy-7pm.tEane
occupied by that portion of the advertise- Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna, ))Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. ments in which the error occurred, whether )) Rahal-Miller Appreciation Gospel Sing ~ Noon to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Adult, teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and such error is due to the negligence of the 6:30 p.m. in the Marianna High School Audi- Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. hang-ups" Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
publisher's employees or otherwise, and torium, 3546 Caverns Road, Marianna. Featuring A Hospital Board of Trustees and Finance .209-7856,573-1131.
there shall be not liability for non-inser- Southern gospel duo Jeff & Sheri Easter, plus Committee Meetings 5 p.m. in the community )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting ion of any advertisement beyond the' Big River Bluegrass. Free admission. Call room of the Hudnall Building, Jackson Hospital in 8-9 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist amount paid for such advertisement. This 482-3051. arianna. Call 718-2629. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
newspaper will not knowingly accept or .The submission deadline for this alendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
ing which expresses preference based on
legally protected personal characteristics is P olice Rola napt, M
not acceptable;
MARIANNA POLICE office and county fire/rescue calls, 13 medical calls, three Cedar Lane, Marianna, no valid
.IIOWTO GET YOUR DEPARTMENT reported th following incidents traffic crashes, three burglar driver's license, possession of
NEWS PUBLISHED for Nov. 19, alarms, 12 traffic stops, two firearm or ammunition by a
The Marianna Police De- -b- ... the latest larceny complaints, one crimi- convicted felon, DUI, possesThe Jackon Cunty Floridan will publish partment listed the following e' available nal mischief complaint, three sion of marijuana (less than 20
news of gen ral iner .t free of charge.\ incidents for Nov. 19, the latest :: report. (Some trespass complaints, one fraud grains).
Su mit your n esr Community Calendar available report: Three acci- tI:R ] f 4 of these calls complaint, one assist of a me- )) Stephan Nedeoglo, 45, 3220
event i emad!, f mail, or hand delivery, dents, one suspicious incident, "' .. may be re- torist or pedestrian, one retail W TNA Road (Apt. 19203), TucFe m y -pply for wedding, engagement, one highway obstruction, one lated to after- theft, two assists of other agen- son, Ariz., retail theft.
anniversary and birth announcements., physical disturbance, one ver- hours calls cies, five public service calls, )) Keith Brown, 58, 3185 SatsuForms are available at the Foridan offices. bal disturbance, one report Of taken on behalf of Graceville two criminal registrations, one ma Drive, Sanford, aggravated Yhtoraph must be of good quality and shooting in the area, 17 traffic and Cottondale police depart- Welfarecheck and two threat! battery on a pregnant victim,
ulta I for rint. The Floridan reserves the stops, one trespass complaint, merits): Two accidents, two harassment complaints., aggravated child abuse.
tnhtt e0 dt all submissions. one animal complaint, one as- missing juveniles, two stolen
CEfN TRGTsist of another agency and one vehicles, five abandoned ye- iACKSON COUNTY Jail population: 188
GETN TRGTthreat/harassment complaint. hidles, four suspicious vehicles, COR TINLFCIY TorptacimalCietpes
The Jackson County Floridan's policy two suspicious incidents, two O R TINLF IIY TOrptaciealCimtoes
iS to correct mistakes promptly. To JACKSON COUNTY suspicious persons, one report The following persons were at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
report an error, please call 526-3614 ~ FIE of mental illness with violence, booked into the county jail dur- agency.
Monday-Friday. SH F OFC one burglary of a vehicle, two ing the latest reporting periods: To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888The Jackson Couty Sher~iff's physical disturbances, two fire )) Michael Benbow, 26, 4293 404-FWCC (3922).
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Dayspring Christian Malone School honor rolls
Academyn honororoll

A cadem y honor rols Special to the Floridan Jamison Floyd and Yakira Briana Franklin, Courtney ) A/B Honor Roll Brett
Taylor. Harrell, Angelica Livings- Henry, Jay Henson and
Special to the Floridan D A/B Honor Roll Dan- Malone School an- ton, Robert Orshall and Tessa Shack.
iel Stoutamire and Dylan nounces its honor rolls for Ninth Grade Logan Smith. Note: There was no A Honor Roll for
Dayspring Christian Ziglar. the first nine-week term. A Honor Roll Taylor 12th Grade middle school grades.
Academy has announced Duraso.
its honor rolls for the first Fourth Grade Sixth Grade ) A/B Honor Roll Kris- A Honor Roll Cassidy
nine-week term. A Honor Roll Lee n A/B Honor Roll Hol- ten Chambliss, Sheyanna Birge, Tierra Campbell,
First Grade Bethea, Chelsea Gardner, lie Askew, Laney Baxter, Chambliss, Ace Curl, Chel- Megan Childs, Katelyn /
First Grade Alana Kerr and Rebecca Baylie Calloway, Elizabeth sea Edenfield, Hannah Cross, Cody DunawayNiki
SA Honor Roll Gabri- Mercer. Carnley, JamesAndrew Kleinpeter, William Quat- Ferguson, Sara Newsom,
ella Cancel, William Crews, a A/B Honor Roll Brody Davis, Coleman Duraso, tlebaum and Kazarieya Andrea Pelham, Marrissa '
Hannah Goodhue and Alday, Kahlan Hall, Victoria Andrew Jordan, Kyle Mor- Williams. Peterson, Tristen Rogers
SimeonWynn. Jakelsky, Charity Peterson, gan, Hunter Ward and Ali- 10th Gde and Austin Williams. JCFLoRI N Co v
n A/B Honor Roll Ju- Charles Smith III and Ash- yaWilburn. 10th Grade
dah Bell, Bryan Floyd, beyWoodall. )) A Honor Roll HarriDakota Hamil, Stephen Seventh Grade son Floyd.
Hill, Jack Lamb, Angiluz Fifth Grade )) A/B Honor Roll Del- )) A/B Honor Roll AnOrtiz-Huyke, John Rol- ))A Honor Roll Caroline Ion Barber, Kaylee Hatch- twain Johnson and Lucas lyson, Weston Shores, Bishop, Megan Blaylock, er, Eboni Ivory, Hunter Ranew. Sarah Smith and Madelyn Izec Isabella, Ben Knowles, Layton and Kyle Tillman. th Grade Stoutamire. Coleman Marcus, Wil- Eighth Grade 1th Grade
ton Pittman and Abigail E A Honor Roll Dustin Second Grade Watson. A/B flonor Roll Everitt. 4
HA Honor Roll Car- a A/B Honor Roll Ca- Lashonda Beckwith, a A/B Honor Roll Chai son Akerson, Em- den Akerson, Kinsley Mer- Sara Bryan, Kendra Clay- Baker, Curteeona Brelove, ily Bishop, Annah-Grace cer, Nathan Shumaker and ton,' Dashawna Collins, Joshua Carr, BrianaDallas,
Floyd, Savannah Lewis, Spencer Sneads. Emily Smith and Olivia Sixth Grade Yount.Sixth Grade SA/B Honor Roll Ade- ))A HonorRoll I-Zachery e buy more thon god.
lyn Bruner, Will. Chance, Ford, Abante Gardner and Jaysoni Fowler, James Jonah Mercer. -Platinum
Isabella, Noah Mercer, )) A/B Honor Roll No- T G-r
Gracie Shiver, Caleb elle Byrd and Braden -Silver Shores, Trenton Stone, Jef- Sneads. -Dental Gold
frey Sullivan and Nathan SeventhGrade I -Paidon Site
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Third Grade A Honor Roll None.
Third Grade n A/B Honor Roll Josh)) B ono Rll- Jsh /443 Lafyet Street 526-54'8Pa www~smithandsmithonline.corn SA Honor Roll Lindsey ua Degagne and Tanner 4432aette treet 2-4s wwwmithdsithoineco
Blaylock, Evan Dean, Jacob McDaniel.
Ford, Jerron Hall, Madison
Harlper, EthanHeinemann, Eighth Grade Mark Knowles, Reagan A Honor Roll Ryan
Reed, Charleston Smith, Redfern.
Kaitlyn Strickland andWil- a A/B Honor Roll JoshlaWester. uaWynn.
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t's tough to lose an election, for the candidate and
his followers.
So perhaps we should cut Gov. Mitt Romney some
slack for his ill-considered remarks about losing the
presidential campaign because President Obama had
given "gifts" to minorities, women and young people.
But his remarks do little to help the country heal or
help Republicans broaden their appeal to demographic
groups needed to win future elections.
"In each case, they were very generous in what they
gave to those groups," Romney said during a conference call with donors. "With regards-to the young
people, for instance, a forgiveness of college loan
interest was a big gift ... Free contraceptives were very
big with young, college-aged women. And then, finally,
Obamacare also made a differencefor them, because (tn
as you know, anybody now 26 years of age and younger
was now going to be part of their parents' plan. S c s i n t l s u- mn
"Likewise with Hispanic voters, free health carewas
a big plus. But in addition with regards to Hispanic
voters, the amnesty for children of illegals, the so-called Dream Act kids, was a huge plus for that voting group." d y as w as
And just like that, Romney reverted to the candidate who said 47 percent of Americans wanted to live off BY STEVEN KURLANDER
government hand-outs. Florida Voices movement takes bitterness to.a rights and dignity.
While most.Republicans seek to inspire Americans whole new level. They want their Realistically, most Americans are
with a message of less government and economic The presidential election is over, states to abandon the U.S.A. probably signing secession petirevitalization, Romney offered no introspection on how and the bellyaching has begun. They are organizing to sign tions just to protest Obama's polithe party could correct course and make itself more Most expected a tight race, but it various "secession" petitions be- cies and dissatisfaction with both competitive for 2016. wasn't. that close. Some say it was ing posted to the White House's the election results and the idea
Better that Republicans listen to people like Lenny a monumental defeat for the GOP "We the People" Web site, which that an alleged "liberal" will occupy Curry, who chairs the Florida Republican Party. In an .Now, a few of those who voted for the Obama Administration estab- the Oval Office for four more years. op-ed for the Sun Sentinel, Curry said Republicans Gov. Mitt Romney have become wishedd to improve the president's But the acrimony that marks our must "do a better job of communicating an optimistic, enchanted with the ludicrous idea outreach. More than 65 petitions country's politics is serious enough visionary message that inspires people from all walks of of having their respective states with more than 700,000 signatures to allow right-wing opportunists, life to join with us. secede from the U.S. have materialized. Whenever one even traitors, to move toward a
"We didn't lose the election because too many people Did anyone think the losers of them attracts 25,000 signatures, true secession movement in look to the government. We lost the election because would just go away quietly? That then under the precepts of the some states. It's like how the Republicans failed to inspire confidence in a broad and doesn't happen in presidential Web page, the White House must Quebec secession movement diverse coalition of Americans to win their support." politics. True blue Democrats still respond to it. threatened Canada's unity during
Or listen to Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, who during a grouse about the 2000 election, Remember when Texas Governor the late 20th century. And that's no visit to Iowa over the weekend, said, "I don't believe that "hanging chads" and how the U.S. Rick Perry, frustrated with what he joke. we have millions and millions of people in this country Supreme Court stole Florida for called Federal overreach in 2009,, The name of our country says it that don't want to work... The wayto turn our economy George W. Bush. said he was sympathetic to the idea I all: We are the United States, and
around is not by making rich people poorer, it's by Likewise, the Republicans' post- of the state's secession? He was half favoring secession from this union making poor people richer." election nay-saying, which started kidding at the time; but this new is nothing less than treason, as it
Or listen to former Florida Republican Sen. Paula on election night (with GOP strate- secession movement (which Perry was in 1861. Dockery, who says the party has shifted so far to the gist Karl Rove's refusal to permit Fox has disavowed) seems more than So before those on the right who right that Republicans "who don't pass the conservative News to call the contest for Pres. just another right-wing gimmick consider themselves patriots sign 'litmus tests' are castigated andostracized '.,.'The lack of Barack Obama) and could continue stirring disaffected Americans' any of these petitions they should civility and tolerance has hurt'the party." for a long time. passions. think more about what they are
It is unfortunate that to win a Republican primary, So maybe there's no surprised In my book, to call for "secession" sging. good candidates must contort to the right as Rom- that while Romney blames his loss is fighting words, a relic of the Deep I call it just plain anti-American. ney did with his remarks about immigration and "self on the "gifts" and "promises" of South's somewhat vicious penchant deportation. benefits the President bestowed on to disregard Federalism in the Steven Kurlander isan attorney and
Because as Rubio said in Iowa, "People understand his core supporters, including name of state's rights. To preach communications strategist and writer and that we need to do something to address these issues, minority voters, women and the secession is to glorify a way of life columnist for Florida Voices, the Sun-Sentinel in and we need to do it in-a reasonable and responsible poor, a new grass-roots that was the antithesis of human South Florida and the Huffington Post.
way."'
Rubio should start by taking a leading role on immigration reform, and not just because 71 percent of His- Letter to the Editor
panics, the nation's largest and fastest growing minority
group, voted for Obama. iling
improve this nation's immigration system. Ask any N o room f eu, of
Florida citrus or tomato grower what would happen to In regard to Sunday's letter to Hispanic voters said Sunday on threat, intimidation, slur of food prices if-our nation deported 12 million mostly the editor titled "Election shows "State of the Nation" that the candi- character and "my way or the Hispanic immigrants. Or ask the leaders of high-tech nation's moral status," the writer date "made some mistakes during highway" attitudes. We are also not industries the challenges they face in getting visas for is indeed entitled to his opinions his campaign that ultimately led to a nation that appreciates any Presihighly skilled workers. America needs the brain and no matter how pre- 1865 they may a precipitous drop in Latino dent being disrespected regardless brawn of immigrants to keep our nation growing. From be. While this nation is welcom- support." of their party. Those of us who
low-end to high-end jobs, our-nation's immigration ing home, andeven laying to rest Presi dent George W.'Bush "* served in the military took an oath system needs fixing. heroes of all races right here 'in 'received roughly 40 percent of concerning that. The oath did not
The day after the election, talk-show lost Sean Hanni- Jackson County, I can not help but the Latino/H-ispanic vote in 2004,' say we could pick and choose what ty said his position had "evolved" on "amnesty" for ille- wonder which one of these vet- Gov. Romney received oniy about president, just the president. gal immigrants. He now supports creating a "pathway" erans or their famiiesthe writer 20 percent. Carlos Gutierrez, the The affects of the attitude of to citizenship for those already in the country illegally, would say these things to face to former secretary of commerce, some has been reflected in the Hannity's about-face is Exhibit A that the election was face. blamed the Republican primary recent presidential election. Mr.
a wake-up call for needed change in the Republican The writer takes it upon him- process, which he said forced Obama did not win this election, Party. .self to proclaim that the major- "Romney to harden his immigra- the Republican Party lost it. All
, The question now is, who will show leadership? ity of what we once referred to as tion stance in an appeal to the far- across the nation we came close to This editorial was published in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel on Tuesday, "mnoriies "are slackers and just right wing of the Republican Party." and did lose seats that shoufd not Nov. 20. wanting handouts. That they are I would remind the writer of the 'have been even closely contested.
godless people. Florida is a godless Nov 18, letter to the editor that it' At least five because we replaced state ( or turning to it ). Your words. was also Gov. Rormey's comments established and respected Resir, not mine. 'that he is paraphrasing that cost publicans with people too easily
How sad he is to feel that way. Gov. Romney even more votes. You defeated. I O~I ~uWATNo where in the Scriptures of the can not get someone to vote for you If the party is going to stop the
I'"New Testament do I read where by insulting them. I might point out bleeding off of votes it will have to
Bigotry and pious judgment of that thie entire party leadership once again become the party it was.
others is commanded of us. Paul has stated disagreement with 'There should be no room in a party ~ILI CR~said that none of us, not even the Gov. Romney's recent comments, of the people for exclusion, insultRELL O(S/J'gentleman who wrote that fetter are 'and even Paul Ryan said last ing of others based upon race and
saints. This weekend I have read the week that, "Obama won fair and shutting our ears and only hearing ~Methodist Church and no where do It is without a doubt comments party needs to once again be the

they agree with him either. It like that letter writer made are what party of Jack Kemp and Ronald would seem the learned writer chase away potential Republican Reagan, not the party of Michelle (,, Iwas wide awake when the class voters of all races here in North Bachman and Alan West.
( s)' studied Jonathan Edwards and Florida. We would be better served, I joined the Republican Party in
~b,~Cotton Mather, but fell asleep when as would the nation, if some people 1972. I miss it and I wish it would'
it came to "The Sermon on the were not yelling so loud that they come back.
Mount." are all that can be heard. We are W.K, JOHNSON
Gov. Romney's outreach to not a nation that takes kindly to Marianna

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friends at bird workshop Celebration of Life Special to theridan
is st~fr D c 4The following marSpecial to the Floridan is set for D ec. 4 riages and divorces were
recorded in Jackson
The Jackson County Special to the Floridan Covenant Hospice. County during the week
Master Gardeners pre- The "Tree of Lights" of Nov. 12-16:
sented a children's Covenant Hospice in- event gives the commuworkshop, "Birds in vites the community to nity an opportunity to reYour Backyard," on Nov. join them for their annual flect and celebrate loved
10, in Marianna. "Tree of Lights A Cele- ones, while giving a gift in )) JamesWoodson
Kids in attendance bration ofLife," beginning their memory Covenant Edenfield and Misty Blue
were treated to a at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4, Hospice says the dona- Forrest.
visit from wildlife re- at Evangel Worship Cen- tions collected during a Kyle Seth Gunter
habilitator Dianna Sue ter, located at 2645 Pebble the event enable the not- and Meagan Louise
Bryant, who brought Hill Road in Marianna. for-profit organization to Holub.
some 'birds with her The ceremony will fea- provide end-of-life care to David Stephen
from the Sacred Earth ture speakers' reflections, patients and families. Maguire and Katheryn
sanctuary SUBMITTEDPHOTOS recitation of loved ones' Tax-deductible dona- LakayThompson.
There were also hand- Wildlife rehabilitator Dianna Sue Bryant introduces a special names, holiday music, tions can be mailed to a Joshua Alton Christon'activities that allowed guest during the "Birdsin Your Backyard" children's workshop, refreshments, fellowship Covenant Hospice/Tree mas and KellyAnn workshop participants Saturday, Nov.10,in Marianna. and a holiday tree illu- of Lights, 4215 Kelson Williams.
to build their own bird- minated by hundreds of Ave., Suite E, Marian- a Sheila G. Bennett
feeders. In addition to Kylie Mazzarese, lights. na,- FL 32446; or can be and Pierre A. Perea.
making pinecone feed- AMbria Tanner "Each light on the tree made during, the cer- a Alisha Costella
ers wi h :p e nut b u te and Parker Bryan9
ers with peanut butter dPker Bp symbolizes the life, hopes emony, online at www. Killings and DanielAnand. budseed, children peanut butter and dreams of a loved covenanthospice.org, or drewThompson.
als toede hammerster
also wielded hammers, hich would one," said Jennifer Griffin, by calling Jennifer Griffin ) Sarah Kathleen Epps
nails and colored followed by development managerfor at482-8520. and Joshua Matthew
Sbe followedbyk
markers to craft and brsetcafPowell.
Pideet craft ad,
decorate simple wooden birdseed, tocraft Kevin Wayne Warfeeders. durinecne feee"Birds toj h iarepnn .e and Kayla Christian
For more infor- inYour Backyard" Oa tow elch.hristian
mation about .the workshoponNov. ))Ashleigh Morgan
Master Gardeners, call 10, in Marianna. eighb or ood m eeting Marshall and Stephen
482-9620. Paul McCarthy.
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more.,
T T T ~The CityofMariannawil For more information, None.
A 1 present a neighborhood call the City of Marianna
meeting, 5-7 p.m. on Nov.
w29. The event will take,.
place atCovena The StPOint H ome
T h pice, located 'iat 4215 FaCtoryOutlet
"' Kelson Ave., Suite E, in
Marianna. is in EChipley
Speakers will briefly _ ... -1,discuss ecotourism op- D S portunities, road and.
utility improvements, job
opportunities, pediatric GREAT SELECTION OF FAMOUS NAME dentistry, the Chipola Comforters, Sheets, Towels,
College bachelor degree o s, ets, Tows
S progrsnd more;ad a Pillows,: Blankets, Throws'
duringthe progr am, there in atruefa tory outlet atmosphere at Will be drawings for door FACTORY OUTLET PRICES!
prizes providedbyLemon
Squeeze, Partenza, Salon
La Vie, Pizza Hut, Little
Mama's and the City of
Marianna.
': ''Afterwards snacks will SUBMITTEDPHOTO be served, while MED- Located behind our Chipley factory in the Industrial Park at r left, Sytha Alvarez Ann Marie Shelton, speaker Tom C~ wheels and others pro- 1055 Fowler Drive. Turn off of Orange Hill Hw j, on Cdmmelrce vid e S t A: A ,r T Caf. Ave, turn right on Fowler Drive, Outlet on left. (850) 638-9421 Sft ,: s~o g~p~e.fo~fpho o t C ..... .. .. vide : :information o~n: .. . . .. ... .
frey and Susan Armstrong pose for a photo at Chipola College, health services, munici- Hours: Thurs-Fri 9am-5pm CT* Sat 9am-3pm CT
Fthe site of a recent autism conference entitled, "Managing pal services, after-school
Problem Behavior inSchol and Home Settings." Board Certified "
Behavior Analyst Thomas M. Caffrey led the workshop, which was at- j at f a '
tended by school professionals, parents and caregivers. The event was. &
co-hosted by Chipola Area Autism Resource Center, Chipola College T Ti,
and The Florida Diagnostic & Learning Resources System /PAEC and Cm and Ja& u5 .. ge
sponsored by The Foundation for Autism Training and Education.


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donations collected during Place: Grocery .Outlet Parking Lot
a recent food drive. Thanks
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Florida seafood company
is recalling some of itse
salmon products because
of possible bacterial
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Delicacies announced a in THANKSGIVING DAY BUFFET 4 Kid
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Oysters will be available for holiday tables

The Associated Press shutdowns of some areas Their main suppliers were In Alabama, Chris Blan- predatory snail that forced cooks who want to serve in the fall to, guard against hit hard by the spill, lead- kenship, director of the closure of the reef in 2009 up their special dressing NEW ORLEANS Tra- pollution whipped up by ing to layoffs of the dozen state's Marine Resources and 2010. that is a staple on Louisidition will hold tor Ca- the slow-moving storm. employees who spent ear- Division at Dauphin Is- Blankenship said that's ana holiday tables. jun chef John Folse this But MikeVoisin, head of a ly morning shucking fresh land, Ala., said the harvest not a problem now. "There "The oyster harvest is Thanksgiving. family-owned oyster-pro- oysters. Now, Sunseri says, began last month and is are plenty of oysters," he plentiful enough for ev"I'm confident enough cessing business in Terre- the business mainly dis- goingwell. Alabama oys- said Tuesday. erybodyto get supply right
that I've got a big ol' potof bonne Parish and a mem- tributes processed oysters ter harvesters had their Grocers interviewed in now," said James. Breuhl, oyster dressing going right ber of Louisiana's wildlife from Texas, western Loui- problems, too, in recent recent days say they have seafood director for now," Folse said, when commission, said enough siana waters or Alabama. years not because of the enough oysters on hand Rouse's, a south Louisiana asked about the availabil- areas have opened up in Statistics released in oil spill but because of a to meet demands of home grocery chain. ity of Gulf of Mexico oys- recent weeks, in Louisiana, September by the Naters more than two years Mississippi and Texas, to tional Marine Fisheries after the BP oil spill -,and meet demand. Service showed 17.1 milmonths after Hurricane "There should be ample lion pounds of Gulf oysters Isaac raked the Louisiana oysters available for the harvested in 2011, up from coast. Thanksgiving and holiday 15.8 million in 2010, the
During the spill, au- season," saidVoisin. year of the spill, but below thorities diverted fresh The news isn't the 22.8 million of 2009.
water into some of south universally good. More than 60 percent of
Louisiana's coastal oyster- "I don't know who's say- the Gulf oysters came from growing areas in hopes of ing they've got plenty Louisiana waters. keeping the oil at bay. The and all that. Good luck "Overall, production is problem, oyster industry to them," said Al Sunseri, down in the Gulf. We exleaders have said, is that Who with his brother Sal pect that to turn around in the diversion diluted the runs P&J Oyster Co. in New the next year and the year salinity of the water and Orleans' French Quarter. after that," Voisin said. harmed the crop. Isaac
caused further problems,
forcing precautionary

State Briefs
Jury set in missing 1 BEDROOM'S FROM $546 0 M14
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old Geralyn Graham killed
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body. Key evidence is the
testimony of two jailhouse
inmates who claim Graham confessed to ihem.
Graham insists she is
innocent.
The discovery of Rilya's
disappearance in 2002 led
to a shakeup at the state, child protection agency
because caseworkers were
unaware the girl hadn't
been seen in months. The -.
case also led to greater
privatization of programs
for foster children.

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President on Tuesday. Rep.
Will Weatherford, a Wesley
Chapel Republican, was
chosen as House speaker.
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wears size 14 pants and
size large shirts, and size
From Page 1A 10 shoes.
)) Her son Gjerith wears
problems compromising 38/32 pants, size large BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER her parents." dogs from JCI and ACI Police Department wants
her heath as well. shirts and size 10.5 shoes. dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com Officers were called to were dispatched. The dogs to assure all the athBut it's the loss of her )) Session, age 43, wears the sports complex just could pick up no scent, letes, parents, spectakids' baby pictures and size 18 pants, extra large Investigators with the before 8 p.m., with the girl and no tracks were located tors and visitors to the her children's first pairs of shirts, and size 9 shoes. Marianna Police Depart- saying that a man had tak- to indicate that the girl's M.E.R.E Complex in Marishoes that breaks her heart )) Her 7-year-old grand- ment have determined en her from the bathroom account was true. anna that is it a safe place
when she thinks about daughter wears children's thata 14-year-old fabricat- area near the playing Further investigation, to go and participate in the fire. She's hoping fam- size 10 pants and large ed her claim that someone fields and forced her into which continued into the local community's ily members may be able shirts. She wears kids size tried to abduct her at the a wooded section of the Tuesday, led police to de- recreational activities. to provide her with a few one shoes. M.E.R.E. sports complex compound. She said she termine that the girl's sto- Should anyone have
replacement pictures, but ) Her 5-year-old grand- Monday night. had been able to escape ry was a false report. any questions or conshe tries not to dwell on daughter wears size six Authorities say the in- and run to safety. In a press release about cerns please contact the
the irreplaceables as she pants, medium shirts and cident never occurred The Jackson' County the incident, Marianna Marianna Police Destruggles to pick her life up kids size 13 shoes. and the girl told the story Sheriff's Office assisted in Police Chief Hayes Baggett partment or the City of from the ashes and go on. ) Her 3-year-old grand- "in an attempt ... to con- the search for the alleged issued the following state- Marianna Recreational
She's concentrating on son wears 3T clothes and ceal her activities from abductor, and tracking ment: "The Marianna Department." the needs that can be mnet, kids size 10 shoes.
like clothing and shoes, Session said her grandcash to help replace the children are easy to please
basic necessities oflife, and children who are coping Army veteran drove float in parade crash
said she and her family are well with the blow life has
grateful for what they've dealt them. The Associated Press in the parade before.
already received. Her main concern is to Hayden is undergoing
Anyone wanting to help make sure they have a roof MIDLAND, Texas The "professional counseling,"
can reach her at 263-4308. over head, food on the ta- driver of a parade float Fletcher said. "He is beThe following is a list of ble, shoes on thefr'feet and filled with wounded vet- yond distraught."
clothing and shoe sizes for clothes on their back.- erans and their spouses Fletcher said the comeach family member: She won't let herself think that was struck by a freight pany is taking steps to
) Daughter Demtrius ahead to Christmas. train in West Texas is. an protect the driver after
Army veteran himself who he received "some hate
is "in shock" over the ac- emails."
B enton get started and that he feels cident that killed four No one responded to
he's where he was meant to people, an attorney said a knock on the door at
From Page 1A be. Tuesday a mobile home listed
1 had run so many Dale .Andrew Hayden as Hayde's residence
significant amount of mon- times, and'I came close ev- was driving a flatbed truck THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE Tuesday.
ey $180,000 alone in the ery time," he said. 'At one that investigators say At the NTSB sight discase of reassigning Wilson point (after the fifth time) ,I edged across a r ad involvinga trailer carrying wounded veterans that was strta train pulling to take on two more areas told mywife to shoot me if I crossing despite warn- bya train during a parade in Midland, Texas. 1ars rolled through of responsibility. He said tried to get out there again. ing signals of a fast ap- the railroad crossing was than three decades, now 'the intersection,. then he also expects it to make I wasn'tgoing -to run this proachirig train, Hayden's activated., works as a truck driver was backed up about a
more efficient use of per- time, but people kept call- attorney, Hal Brockett Four veterans were killed for Smith Industries, an half mile and driven sonnel and that all parties ing me. They felt like there said. in the collision in Midland oilfield services company right to the threshold of
seem to be -positive about needed to be a change, and "Words can't express the on Thursday. Sixteen peo- I.Brockett said the com- the crossing. The train the changes. I've always thought that I sorrow and remorse :for ple were injured. ,pany placed Hayden on wasn' traveling at the
Wade Mercer's wife Oliv could make a difference. I the people who got hurt Investigators say the medical leave. same speed as the one
ia and all of Benton's other love children, and I think and killed," Brockett said float began crossing the Hayden is "kind of cata- that crashed Thursday. children attended Tues- this is what I need to be in an interview, train tracks even though tonic" and not ready to, The same type of simuladay's swearing-in ceremo- doing." The revelation of who warning bells were sound- be interviewed, Brockett tion was undertaken with
ny, including sons Randy A resident of Kynesville, the driver was came as the ing and the crossing lights, said. "He's just very much the truck. NTSB investigaand Blake and daughters Benton retired from the National Transportation were flashing. A Union in shock." tors in yellow vests took
Stephanie and Keely. His Jackson County school Safety Board conducted Pacific train travelling at Doug Fletcher, a Dal- photos. mother, Ruby Benton of system after 33 years as a a sight distance test at more than- 60 mph ran las attorney represent- Reporters watched from Malone, was also there. His teacher, coach and admin- the crash site. A train and into the truck as the occu- ing Smith Industries, said a parking lot that still wife, Jerri, was also there. istrator at various schools a truck similar to- those pants scrambled to jump Hayden is an Army reser- has the painted outlines The 1:30 p.m. ceremony in the district. But he then involved in the accident to safety. ist who has been driving, of Where bodies were
attracted a large* crowd went on to spend eight were driven across the site Hayden, who has a mill- for the company for two thrown from the parade and was held at the Russ yearsintheAlabamaschdol at various intervals, and tary career spanning more years and may have driven float. House in -Marianna. Two system. Most recently, he
Jackson County School was principal of Slocomb
Board members, Stacey Elementary School, but 1derd
Goodson and Kenny Grif- resigned that post to seek Stocks end flat after HP shockerand Fedwarnng
fin, wereisworn to office election in Jackson, Counin a separate ceremony in ty. He defeated the sitting The Associated Press dropped 7.45 points to the school'board's meeting superintendent, Lee Mill- close at 12,788.51. The
room at 3 p.m. er, back in the primaries NEW YORK Falling Standard & Poor's 500 inBenton said he is ready to earlier this year. oil prices and a surprise dex gained 0.92 point to
announcement from 1,387.81.
SHeWlett-Packard weighed On Monday, the Dow
away, according to the on technology and energy soared 207 points as inrelease. stocks Tuesday. vestors focused on prosFrom Page 1A Groth survived the HP plunged 12 percent pects for a deal between
shooting and was able to after executives said that the White House and conright backand went toward assist the Marianna Police a company HP bought for gressional Republicans the counter, but Groth be- Department in identifying $10 billion last year lied to avoid the cliff, tax in-' gan firing and drove Moore Moore.,, about its finances. CEO creases and government
-Meg Whitman said that spending cuts set to take
Obit i there. were "serious ac- effect Jan. 1. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
counting improPrieties" In a speech to the Eco- Joseph Mastrolia (left), a trader with Barclays, and Chris
Marianna Chapel" vived by her many loving at the search-engine com- nomic Club of Nework on Casaliggi, Euronext floor manager, begin early trading on the
Funeral Home nieces and-nephews. pany, Autonomy. Tuesday, Bernanke urged floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday.
3960 Lafayette St. Services for Ms. Hollister To account for it, HP Congress to take action. John Linahan, head of minister said Israel would
Marianna, FL 32446 will be held today at took an $8.8 billion charge Asked in a Q&A session T., Rowe Price's U.S. equity be a "willing partner" to a"
850-526-5059 3:00PM in the Marianna in its latest quarter. HP's whether the Fed could group, said that if those cease-fire.
marianachoelf com Chapel FuneralHome ,with,
manacapl co Rew hap nieral h H omwi- stock lost$159 to $11.71. limit the economic hit negotiations stretch into Crude oil was down citing. Interment wil foil A warning from the Fed- posed bythe bUdget-tight late December, the Stock $2.53, Or 2.8 percent, to Elma L. low in the Cypress Ceme-" eral Reserve chairman ena ni ,Bernanke market could resemble $86.75 per barrel It traded
Hollister tery A time of remem-. Ben Bernanke, about the said: "If the economy goes the wild trading of Au- above $89 earlier ,in the
brance will be held from dangers of the "fiscal luff" off the broad fiscal cliff, I gust 2011, when markets day Energy stocks in the
2:00PM until time of serv- also weighed on the mar-. don't think the Fed has th'e flipped from big gains one S&P slipped 0.4 percent
Ms. Elma L. Hollister age ice. .'ket in. afternoon trading. tools to offset that." day to :steep losses the as a group. Tech stocks
98 of Cypress passed away ExPressions of sympathy The Dow Jones' industrial Many investors expect next. fared the worst, losing 0.6
on Tuesday, November 20, may be submitted onllne at average dropped as much financial markets to turn Energy stockS and the' percent. 2012 in 'the Marianna www.mariannachapelfh. co as 94 points shortly after turbulent when Congress price of'crude oil fell after The Nasdaq composHealth & Rehabilitation m.
Center.. i Marianna Chapel Funer- Bernanke spoke. returns from its Thanks- the president of Egypt pre- ite index gained 0.61 of a
Ms. Hollister was native al Home is charge of at- But the stock market giving recess and begins. dicted that Israel's week- point to 2,916.68. The yield of the Cypress Community rangemnents., crePt higher through the bargaining with the White long offensive in the Gaza on the benchmark 10-year
and was born on Septem- Jae & Sie 'uea late afternOon and end- House to avoid ihe fiscal Strip would end in 'hours U.S. Treasury note rose to
ber 4, 1914 at her home- Fnrl .ed the day flat. The Dow cliff., and the' Israeli prime 1.66 percent.
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aide, After retiring Ms. in Afghanistan to~ become included references to
Holltster and her sister en- Claude Medlock, 100, of terrorists prepared, au- the group's oniine video :: joyed taking numerous bus 'Marianna, FL, passed away thorities say by simulating conversations and audio .
(ours and traveling around Sunday, "November 18, combat with paintball i-' recordings. the nation. She enjoyed so- 2012 in Naples, FL. tifes, wiping their Facebook While authorities don't clalizing with her friends, Funeral services 'will be profiles of any Islamic ref- believe there were any reading, crocheting. and 10 a.m. Wednesday, No- erences and concocting plans for an attack in the th~e Joy Club. vember 21, 2012 at James & cover stories. U.S., two of the men arShe was preceded in Sikes Funeral Home Mad- Just two '.days before rested told a confidential
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Ms. Hollister is survived services at the funeral ed plans that officials said court Monday This provided photo taken on Friday by Jenny Collins from by her brother Herbert home, included killing Americans The arrests are the her neighbor's window shows law enforcement and FBI
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Chipola Women's Basketbal


Lady Indians still perfect



BY DUSTIN KENT lead back out in the second half and some things defensively I haven't
dkent@jcfloridan.com cruised to the win. seen us do this year, but it's one of
On Saturday, the Lady. Indians those things where we take two steps
The No. 17 Chipola Lady Indi- again jumped out to a fast start, forward and one step back." ans kept their perfect record in- leading by as many as 14 points, but But the coach said it was a sign of tact over the weekend, moving to St. Petersburg refused to go away. toughness for his team to go on the 7-0 on the young season with road In spite of the struggle, Chipola road and pick up a tough win despite wins over Hillsborough and St. held on for its second win in as many not playing its best game. Petersburg. days, though coach Greg Franklin "This is a part of us growing as a
Chipola took a 67-53 win over said his team still. has a long way to team and learning how to win on the Hillsborough on Friday led by go. road," he said. "I don't think St. Pete
Lashonda Littleton's 18 points and "Probably the most frustrating part could've played any better or shot 14 rebounds. of both games was that we did a lot the ball any better against us. We
The Lady Iridians built a 15-point of things to ourselves. It was not like walked out of there fortunate to get MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN lead in the first half before Hillsbor- the other team was imposing their a win, but we gutted it out." Chipola's Treyvonna Brooks makes a pass during a game ough stormed back to cut it to six will on us," he said. "Offensively, we against Monroe. at the half, but Chipolapushed the executed well at times and we did See PERFECT, Page 2B


sports ari WIAR NNA GIRS BASKETBALL
High School boys
basketball
,Friday Cottondale at
iood Lady'Dawgs sneak by
Malone, 5:30 p in., and s s naI
7 p.m.a

Chipola women's
baskptballBass basket lifts MHS
The Chipola Lady
Indianswillplayinthe girls past Rutherford
Northwest Florida Rick
Flores Classicin Nicev- BY DUSTIN KENT
ille this weekendtaking dkent@jcfloridan.com
on Central Florida oi
Friday at 1:30 O.m., and 'The Marianna Lady Bulldogs picked up their
then Santa Fe on Satur- second straight win Friday night, fending off a
day at 1:30 p.m. late charge by Rutherford to take a 39-37 victory in Marianna.
Chipola men'S The win puts MHS at 2-1 after a victory over
basketball Pensacola Catholic that followed a loss to Mosh ley in the season opener.
iishe nd kin w iv Danielle Holden led Marianna in scoring
finishthe wee in Nice with 10 points, with Ophelia Wooden adding
ille at the Northwest eight and Shaniah Spellman six.
Florida Rick Flores Clas- Tatyana Bell had 15 points to pace the Lady
sic with games against Rams, with a Lia
Lee College Friday at Watson adding 12.
3:30 p.m., and Columbia. Rutherford "We were a litk slow
State on Saturday at 3:30 jumped out to the at the start. It was
p.m. early lead in a slug- one ofthoseMonday
gish first period, games thatyouhate
Graceville 5K run/ going up 9-3, but coming of the weekend
..... ..comn of, the weeen
1-Mile fun run Marianna ralled
back to take a20-17 withoutany prep after
Graceville High School edge into 'the half- two days off"
will host a 5K run as well time break. Chucky Brown,
as a 1-mile fun run and Foul trouble Mariannacoach
half-mile fast-walk race plagued the Lady
i~ili jiplagued the Lady
Dec. 15, with proceeds Bulldogs in the secgoing to refurbishing the ond half, as Holden, Brianna Johnson and Laschool's track. tia Bass all picked up fourth fouls in either the
Cost is $20er pes third or fourth quarter.
for the K r and $10 That allowed Rutherford to claw -back into
per peson fthe fn it, with a free throw by Bell with 25 seconds to
run, which is for kids play tying the game at 37-37.
middle school age and But Bass knocked down a'shot with 10 sec
under. orids left to put Maiannia up for good, and a
For mor e information last-second heave'by the Lady Rams fell short
contact Gaceille track as time expired.
coach Jalan Clark at Marianna coach Chucky Brown said it wasn't
jaunlrjsr o the prettiest performance by his team; but he's
by calling the school at more than happy to be 2-1.
850-263-4451 ext. 274. "We were a little slow at the start. It was one
"of those Monday games that you hate coming Sports Items off the weekend without any prep after two
days off," he said. "We've just got to get more
cconsistency and find that niche where we're all
to850482-4478 The maiing scoring and the inside game and outside game
address forthe paperI Ja is clicking at the same time."
County FondanPO o MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Mar-na. FL 3244 Marianna's Karionda Wilkerson shoots for three Monday night. See SNEAK, Page 2B




Tigers take two at Walton Potts takes
High despite key injuries filh in IA


BY DUgTIN KENT turning up the defensive presdkent@jcfloridan com sure and pulling away in the sec. odhalf. stat mee
The Graceville .Tigers picked White again led the team with Sm
up a pair of victories to start the 18 points, with Rousseau scorseason Monday at Walton High ing 13, Rashard McKinney seven,
School, winning in spite of being and Jared Padgett five. BY DUSTIN KI"NT
down three key players. McKinney and Padgett just dkent@jcfloridan.com
Starting point guard Rasheed rejoined the team after the TiCampbell sat out with a sprained gers' football season ended Fri- Graceville runner Hunter Potts fintoe, while guard Devonte Merritt day night, and Graceville coach ished fifth in the 1A state cross-counwas out dueto illness, and senior Matt Anderson said the re- try meet in Tallahassee on Saturday,
forward CJ Miller missed for per- enforcement were very much besting his fish in last years state
sonal reasons: welcomed. meet by 32 spots and his time by over a
The Tigers still managed to "We got some contributions minute.
overcome the losses in a 44-43. from some guys off the football Potts, a senior, qualified for state last
win over Robertsdale (Ala.), fol- field. (McKinney and Padgett) year and finished 37th overall with a time
lowing that up with a 57-38vic- both helped us, especially de- of 17:28.08.
tory against a late replacement fensively," he said. "We were a This year, the two-time district chamteam put together after sched- lot more short-handed than we pion shaved 1:16 offofhis time, finishing
uled ,opponent Crestview pulled thought we would be, but we still with a mark of 16:12.38.
out last minute. got two wins and that's always a Alex Brown of Holy Trinity was the
Marquis White had 22 points in positive. We still need to get bet- state champion with a time of 15:37.69,
the first game, with Taylor Rous- ter in a lot of aieas." followed by Daniel Salas of Trinity Prep
seau adding 14, as Graceville Graceville was scheduled to '.at, 15:41.70, Tristan Kattenburg of Holy overcame an early nine-point finish up its stay at Walton High Trinity at 15:51.92,Griffith Rutherford of
deficit to take the win thanks to School with a game against the North Florida Christian at 16:06.05 and
White's go-ahead basket in the Braves on Tuesday night. then Potts.
closing moments. The Tigers will have the Rutherford and Potts also finished 1-2
In the second game, the Tigers rest of the week off before re- at the Region 1 meet Nov. 10, with Ruthgot off to another slow start and turning to action Dec. 4 at MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN erford posting a time of 16:04.45 and
led by only two at the half before Sneads. Octavian Mount shoots for two for Graceville. Potts 16:14.05.








-12B WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2012 SPORTS JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com




Malone girls drop two straight at Walton

BY DUSTIN KENT throws with 4.3 seconds left to go ahead for
dkent@jcfloridan.com good.
Curteeona Brelove had 14 points to lead
The Malone Lady Tigers had a tough road Malone in the loss, while Tierra Brooks had
trip Monday and Tuesday at Walton High six.
School, dropping a pair of games to South Against Walton, a bad first quarter turned
Walton and Walton to fall to 2-2 on the year. into an even worse second quarter for
Malone, which opened its season last the Lady Tigers, Who fell behind 35-16 at
week with home victories over Bay High and halftime.
Providence, didn't have as much luck on the Malone got it back to 11 at 41-30 going
road, losing 37-35 to South Walton on Mon- into the fourth, but Walton shut the door on
day and 64-52 to Walton on Tuesday. a comeback in the final period.
The Lady Tigers had bad starts to both Brelove again led the Lady Tigers in scorgames, falling behind 15-6 in the first quar- ing with 24, with Tessa Shack adding 11 and
ter Monday and 14-7 in the first period Angelica Livingston 10.
Tuesday. The LadyTigers are off the rest of the week
Malone fought back on Monday to draw to before returning to action Monday in Cotwithin a point at the end of the second and tondale against the Lady Hornets.
third quarters and pulled the game even late They'll finish the week with district games
in the fourth, against Bethlehem on Thursday and Poplar MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
But South Walton knocked in a pair of free Springs on Friday. Alicia Jackson heads to the hoop for Malone during a game last week.


I know how good we can
Sneakkn hbe if everybody clicks to- DL turns back Sneads, 55-31
From Page lB gether," he said. "But I'm DL turn back Sneads, 55-31
happy as far as the hard
Going 1-1 against 5A work we're getting out of BY DUSTIN KENT coach AndyWard said. "We tried to lot worse.
schools and picking up a our young girls and the dkent@jcfloridan.com make a run at them, but I think we "I told them going into the game
district win over Catholic leadership from the dlder got a little impatient and they got that the biggest thing was to have
is a pretty nice way to start crew." The Sneads Lady Pirates finally some easy baskets off of that." a good effort, play hard on defense
the year, but Brown said Marianna will be off opened their season Monday night Tasherica McMillon scored 12 and get afterthem. The biggestthing
he's still pushing his play- for the holidays until in Ponce De Leon, falling to the de- points to lead Sneads with Aaliyah I wanted to get out of the game is to
ers to do better. Nov. 29 when it goes on fending 1A state champions 55-31. Williams adding nine. see how we match up' with (PDL)
"The girls feel like I can't the road to take on Wal- PDL dominated the early going Sneads started the season a week and give us something to work on
be satisfied, but it's one. ton in another district in taking a 30-15 halftime lead, but later than other girls teams, and going forward."
of those situations where game. Sneads fought back in the third despite the large final margin of Ward said he was proudest of his
quarter to get the margin to sin- defeat, Ward said there was a lot to team's ability to get back into the
gle digits at 37-28 going into the like from his team's performance, game after facing a big'early deficit
"We're 7-0, and what I fourth. particularly given the venue and to such a great team.
Perfect feel really good about is But the home-standing Lady Pi- the caliber of competition, "Down 15 at the half on the road,
From Page 1B that there's still a lot of rates vanquished any dreams of a "I really didn't know what to ex- we easily could've given up and said
room for improvement," Sneads comeback, pulling away in pect with it being our first game. I it's not our hight," he said. "But we
Chipola was scheduled he said. "That's the most the final period by outscoring the knew (PDL) would be really good, did fight back and I was pleased
to take on Miami-Dade exciting thing about it. I visitors 18-3. and us, not having school (Mon- with that."
on Tuesday night at home know we can improve a "I think we got a little tired in day) made it-kind of tough," the Sneads will next play Monday
in search of its eighth whole lot more. There are the fourth, and (PDL) got hot and coach said. "Being on the road in on .the road against North Bay
straight win to start the a lot of areas we're not ex- hit some threes," first-year Sneads Ponce, it definitely could've been a Haven.
year. actly topping out in.
With the new NJCAA poll "As long as we're healthy,
set to be released today, we'll have a shot at beat- NFL Brief
the Lady Indians will pos- ing a lot of people. We're
sibly move into the top just concentrating on Jaguars sign WR Shipley, It wasn't immediately clear why Jaguars also have starters Justin
10 after starting the year getting better every day. waive FB Ta'ufo'ou the Jaguars needed a sixth re- Blackmon and Cecil Shorts III as
unranked. The one thing we al- ceiver, but Laurent Robinson has well as backupsMicheal Spurlock
However, Franklin said ways say is that we want JACKSONVILLE The Jackson- missed several games because and Kevin Elliott.
that his team still isn't to win the day, wherever ville Jaguars have signed receiver of concussions and appeared to Shipley has played in 18 games
close to tapping its full we're at, let's win that Jordan Shipley and waived fullback slam his head on the ground late since entering the league.
potential. day." Will Ta'ufo'ou. in Sunday's loss at Houston. The From wire reports

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Haslem closing in on Heat rebound record


The Associated Press friends, so many people James said. "It's about willthat I love and care about, power and about strength
MIAMI When Udo- in front of my home fans and determination. I'll
nis Haslem was trying to that have supported me be happy for him when it
make the Miami Heat take for so long, it's going to be happens. Wednesday can't
notice of him a decade a great accomplishment," get here fast enough."
ago, assistant coach Keith Haslem said. Haslem defends cenAskins gave him one piece Haslem andWade are the ters who are half-a-foot
of advice. only Heat players to be part taller and in some cases
He told Haslem every of both Miami champion- half-a-foot wider, he plays
NBA player can score, but ship teams, and they're through injuries whennot everyone rebounds. 1-2 on the team's all-time ever possible, and one of
Haslem remembers that list in games played, with the iconic images of last
conversation so well that Haslem ahead of his fel- season's playoff run came
he's about to become the low co-captain by a single when he was bloodied in
most prolific rebounder in appearance. a game against the Indiana
Heat history. He's been one of Miami's Pacers.
Odds are, he'll have that favorite basketball sons The Heat later handed
title sometime Wediaesday for going on two decades out bandages that said
night, when the reignig now. Best known, perhaps, UD-40, his moniker and
NBA champion Heat start for his much-bigger size. jersey number, to fans as a
a homestead against the when he played college tribute.
Milwaukee Bucks. Has- ball with the Gators, it's Soon, there will be anlem will come into that THEASSOCIATED PRESS FILE often forgotten that Has- other tribute: The team .is
game needing only two Miami Heat's Udonis Haslem (40) and Phoenix Suns' Michael Beasley (0) watch to see if Haslem lem scored a game-high 27 already planning to collect
rebounds to pass Alonzo scored two points during the game in Miami on Nov. 5. points when Florida lost the ball that will soon beMourning for Miami's the 2000 national champi- come rebound No. 4,808,
all-time lead in that de- being drafted and abso- its next 14) games at home. reserve, he grabbed 629 re- onship game to Michigan ensuring the little piece of partment Mourning lutely earning everything The Heatjust went 4-2 on a bounds despite playing State. Haslem's 10-for-12 history gets to stay in Hasgabbed 4,807 rebounds he's gotten in this league Western road swing, play- six fewer minutes a night. shooting that night is still lem's hands permanently. in 593 regular-season Heat and for this organization," ing three of those games And if becoming Miami's the third-best field-goal ."It's pride," Haslem said. games, while Haslem is at Spoelstra said. "I've said without Dwyane Wade and top rebounder wasn't effort in NCAA title game "It's just mental toughness. 4,806 rebounds after 605 this time and time again: winning the trip's finale enough, the chance to earn history. ... The way I was going to
games. We have core values for even with LeBron James that title'at home the "UD always rises to the make my niche to make
Heat coach Erik Spoel- this organization. We can ailing with a bug that made Heat play their next four occasion," Wade said. this team was to hit the stra said he knows that list them for you, we can its way around parts of the games on their home floor, Imagine if he was taller. boards and rebound. It's moment will be "pretty define them for you, or we Miami locker room. so the odds are pretty high, At Florida, he was listed at just a tribute to my mindspecial," especially con- can just give a picture of Haslem, if all goes to that even if it doesn't hap- 6-foot-9. These days, the set. If you put your mind to sidering that Haslem is a UD. That will tell the whole plan, won't be starting any pen Wednesday, Haslem Heat say he's 6-foot-8. it, and I know people say 'Miami native who practi- story. of those games. He ceded will find those two boards Both, it turns out, are it a lot, but if you put your
cally had to fight his way "He embodies all that we that role in 2009, saying before the team hits the slightly generous.' ("Ehh- mind to it, you can do it. I into thearena to make the want in a Miami Heat bas- at the time it was best for road again adds plenty hh, 6-7. And a half. Three- wasn't a great rebounder team after being undrafted ketball player." the team. Ayear earlier as a more significance to the quarter With my shoes in college. Not nearly what
out of Florida.. Miami is opening a starter, he grabbed 618 re- hometown guy. on," Haslem said.) I am now. I just really fo"It's a great story, corn- stretch where it will play bbunds. That next season, "To do it in front of my "We always talk about cused in and put my mind iig from Liberty City, not 10 of its next 11 (and 12 of playing exclusively as a family, in front of my height not mattering," on chasing the boards."


IVI Brief

Union to monitor issues under baseball's 2010 that the team would to Toronto 'on Tuesday, Mi- union head Michael Wein- on the field." If a team's
labor contract. increase payroll annually, ami's payroll next season er said Tuesday. "We'll be payroll in a year is less
After complaints by as it prepared to move into projects to be around $36 monitoring the Marlins for than 125 percent of its
payroll purge the union that the Mar- its new ballpark in 2012. million. compliance with the Basic revenue- sharing receipts,
JNEWYOR] -The lins weren't using rev- After opening last sea- Commissioner Bud Agreement throughout the the burden to show coinplayers' association will enue-sharing money son with a $112 million Selig approved the deal 2013 season." pliance would shift to the
monitor the Miami Mar- to improve, the players' payroll, the Marlins cut it Monday. Baseball's labor contract team in a grievance.
lions following their payroll association, Major League to $90 million by the end "We understand and requires that revenue- "Clearly there is no purge, saying it is too early Baseball and the Marlins of the season. With the we're not surprised at the sharing money be used compliance issue," Weiner to determine whether the reached a three-year trade of All-Star shortstop commissioner's decision by a team "in aneffort to said.
salary cuts will cause any agreement.in January Jose Reyes and four others to approve the trade," improve its performance From wire reports








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Rutgers leaves Big East for Big Ten

The Associated Press prestigious American As- the Big Ten and the school
sociation of Universities would like it to line up with
PISCATAWAY, N.J. As and residing in the larg- Maryland.
the Big East was being est media market in the The Big East requires 27
picked apart, Rutgers was country would ensure the months' notification for
looking for a way out and school wouldn't be cast departing members. The
a new place to show off a aside as the landscape of Scarlet Knights will have
football program that has college sports changed. to negotiate a deal with the
been resurrected in the The Scarlet Knights Big East to leave early the
past decade. landed in the best possible way Pittsburgh, Syracuse
Not only did Rutgers spot. A spot that seemed and West Virginia have
find that escape hatch,, unthinkable a decade ago done.
the Scarlet Knights ended when Rutgers football was "Although we are disapup in one of the most de- a Big East cellar-dweller. pointed "that Rutgers has
sirable neighborhoods in "It's a transformative day decided to leave the Big
college sports. for Rutgers University and East Conference, we wish
Rutgers joined the Big transformative in so many them well," Big East ComTen on Tuesday, leaving ways," Pernetti said. "This missioner Mike Aresco
the Big East behind, and THEASSOIATED PRESS is about collaboration at said in a statement.
cashing in on the school's Big Ten Conference Commissioner Jim Delany answers a question during a news conference, every level, the perspective The Big East is trying to investment in a football Tuesday, in Piscataway, N.J., after he and Rutgers Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Tim the Big Ten institutions rebuild itself as a 12-team Pernetti and Rutgers President Robert Barchi announced that Rutgers will join the BigTen. the Ban en footballiconre ne nxt teamhave, the balance between football conference next
seemed incapable of corn- Coast markets. "The Big Ten is really 1991. But the league has academics and athletics, season, with the addition
peting at the highest level. Rutgers announced where Rutgers belongs," been torn up by confer- proving over decades and of Boise State and five The move follows Mary-. its decision Tuesday, at a Barchi said. "This is not ence realignment, losing decades that athletics at other schools. Now the land's announcement campus news conference just a good fit for us ath- three key members last the highest level and aca- conference is again on the a day earlier that it was attended by Big Ten Coin- letically, it's a good fit for year. demics at the highest level defensive. Connecticut or
heading to the Big Ten in missioner Jim Delany, Rut- us academically and as an Pernetti had insisted all can coexist. It's the perfect Louisville could be next 2014. The additions give gers President Robert Bar- institution." along that Rutgers would place for Rutgers." to go with the ACC lookthe Big Ten 14 schools and chi and athletic director Rutgers has been com- land on its feet, that be- Rutgers left its entry date ing for a replacement for a presence in lucrative East Tim Pernetti. peting in the Big East since ing a member of the ambiguous, though clearly Maryland.




NHL labor talks resume

The Associated Press Donald Fehr said on a chilly Man- "We've never heard a fRll proposal hattan sidewalk outside the NHL from them," NHL deputy commisNEWYORK If the first bargain- office. sioner Bill Daly said.. "They have
ing session in eight days between "No new proposals were made, given us a variation of the same the NHL and the players' associa- they were not expected to be made. proposal on economics a couple of don made any headway, neither side We had' hoped to engage them in a times and there was no change in tipped its hand. discussion about the player con- that position. They are still suggestA large contingent of players got tracting issues that are so important ing that they are moving in our'ditogether with league leadership on to the players. At least tonight they rection on economics, but until we Monday night and met for under were unwilling to do that." know exactly what their position is
two-hours. The league contends that it is wait- on economics now, we think it's all
Not a whole lotwas accomplished ing for the players to present a full tied together and would like to hear on the road to a new agreement proposal on all the major issues it all together. that could get the hockey season including core economics and "It's our position that we've made going, but at least there was opti- player contracting, which deals with a couple comprehensive proposmism that the sides would get to- the entry-level system, arbitration als in a row. Wed like to know 01.5 .gether again likely as soon as and free agency. After. the request where they are on all of the issues. Tuesday. was made, the Players' association We asked that they put together a Store Hurs on-Fri 7am-5 3m 7 p
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The Associated Press

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Sweet Potatoes Baby Clothes boys 2T-4T. $50 850-6933260. Magazine: Easy Rider. $2. 850-352-2040
Hot Boiled Peanuts Baby Clothes-girl 0-12 mo. $30 bx, 850-693-3260 Mini Fridge made by Haer. $25. 850-899-0010
._ [,*] Citrus Hwy 52W Beds matching pair, metal contruction, large Mirrors W/oakframes $10/ea 850-5263426
oak head board & foot board. exc. condo.
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Electric oil heaters (2) 25 ea 850-592-1234 3347120700 Bunk beds twin/full no mftt $50. 850-899-0010 Pedestal sink: $100. obo 850-352-20400
I so:.ve*]]: -LJIl Camcorder. Sony, digital $300 850-482-7665 Refrigerator: 18 cu. ft. white $150. 850-899-0010
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Brn or w uke!7dysawe. Carousels (6)for slide proiector $3 850-482-7665 Scooter; Jazzy, no charger $500 850-482-3404
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eSatsumas Cherokee Satsumas Couch sectional $40 Futon $50. 850-592-1260 Sofa by Heritage,92"like new $300334-655-2727
$75 For a Full Sized Pickup load. $12 for 5 Available at Cherokee Ranch;1525 Fairview Dishwasher. $75850-482-3404 Trailer Hitch 4 Ford $29 850-482-7665 "
o alo bucket of kindlin9 wood. 334-393-992 L d. Marianna8O-5-4r,41 or 850-57o088 Doll cradle $10 34-889-22 great oi d. 50. obo 80-209-6
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Otherwise, Cuts GreatW $200 A4 7 1 l i 8
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FARMER'S MARKET ___________LGITCSCODO_&TONHUES____UNURISE
.... 2BR/2BA TOWNHOUSES 3BR 2BA Kynesville, CH/A, big yard, $600
25 PRODUCE Chipola River Townhouses dep. References needed. 850-638-1703
5 r ie s 850-482-1050/557-8560 $775 monthly rent. 4 bedrooms 2 baths + bonus
l room. County water connected. Large front & backyard. Upgraded A/C. Sun room & laundry
room, washer/dryer hookup, wood floors in
1 BR iHoses Rentpto ALSO (most of house). Storm windows installed. NEEDED NOW MoCovered 2 car/truck carport: Terms: 1 year
NEEDED NO Lot rent included. For details Lease. Call 813-506-0912.
7 4 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4m
Learn to drive for 3BR/XBA, Newly renovated, Church St. C'dale Austin Tyler & Associates *
L to dCH&A, 2 blocks to school, covered/detached Quality Homes & Apartments
Werner Enterprises carport, fenced yard. $650+deposit. No Pets. -or 850- 526-3355 4Earn $800 per week! 850-352-4222/557-4513. Pr yManement IsOur ONLYBss
13BR 2BA House in Dogwood Hts, W/D, pets wel- MILE H O M-FO RENT No needed come, fenced yard, storage shed. $800 + dep
experience 850-557-2198 ask for Marcus 2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale.
Local CDL Training $500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included.
ready.5 uys 3BR/2BA in C'dale 2770 Buttercup Ln on 35 ac http:// www.charloscountryliving.com.
jou ready in 15 days! w/gar/barn, CH/A $950 + dep. 850-527-6060 850-209-8847
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Plnt of Gren & Fr1z888-368-2198

And Other Fresh Vegetables!!
All armFres! Z Full Time Dental Assistant
All Farm Fresh! Experience a must. Good benefits.
220 W. Hwy 52 M alvernPI \ Mail resume to: Dr. Henry A. Knowles [
Jr. 4318 Kelson Ave. Marianna, FL 32446 T 334-7936690 fax 850-526-3532 or
Call 526-3939 or 272-0432
I) .EDUCATION Totally renovated Gulf Front Condo
L r f o& R Panama City Beach, Gulf and Pool views.
Bahia & Coastal SCHOO.LS &INS T I OOnl $69,900.
Daytime 334-585-3039, C i
after 5pm & weekends 585-5418 Classes Forming Now Call Carre Routt 850-867.5309
for Medical Assisting, Keller Williams Realty
H = lORTSES & CATTLEElectrical Trades and HORSE FOR SALE Black & White spotted FORE C e ori!C
mare, gaited, 19 years old, excellent pleasure COLLEGE Call Fortis College
hors, 1.1 and, $,250 Cal 34-65-127.Today! 888-202-4813 or horse,_ 15.1 hands, $1,250. Call 334-6851627 visit www.fortiscollege.edu. For consumer
WANE FARM &ARDEN information visit www fortis edu
Buying Pine! Hardwood in' X'N RESIDENTIAL'
your area. ,RA SAEFRRN
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Call Pea.RiverTimber 2/1 UnFurn. or Furn. Apt. Good 'Locationl ,
Clean, h/w floors, No. pets, W/D supplied
u~3i34-389-2003 40 4 850-718-5089/482-4172/624-7407 4IA LTION & Apts. in Greenwood 2 BR $450 1BR $400 Clean Out Your Garage
850-326-4289
District Supervisor and Turn the Items You've
JC Road Dept. GardensForgotten Into Cash.
Graduation from high Immediate occupancy on That old collection of clutter might not mean much to you
school, and 6 to 9 years of 2 & 3 BR apartments with anymore, but chances are someone out there would love it. By
experience in road construction, using the Classifieds, you'll make it easier for them to find,
including considerable supervisory and easier for you to sell. So try it today!,
experience; or any equivalent
combination of training. and experience Marianna, FL32446 which provides therequired knowledge, 850-482-5358, TDDf fY 711 JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN
skills and abilities. Must have valid Equal HOUSing Opportunity
Class. A CDL prior to employment. (850) 526-3614 or (800) 779-2557
Starting Salary: $27,303.00/yr.
Deadline to apply: 11/26/12
Submit Jackson County employment Your udo
application to:
Human Resources Dept,
2864 Madison St,
Marianna, FL 32448. %ff
Ph (850) 482-9633.
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HAND WOKR SEVIE OFER TRE SERIES
AT THE JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN, WE ARE LOOKING &K e Disabled? DeniedM
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NEWSPAPER CARRIERS X0AR I .UII SERVICE Then let the experts help. Retired Social CA.I "
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2 &3 BR MHs in Chevrolet 2001 Metro LSi. Automatic transmis- 2012 Harley Ultra Glide
Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595. sion, bucket seats, AM/FM radio. 84,200 miles. Limited. 1400 miles. A lot
White interior/grey exterior. Good, clean, de- of extras included. NoPAY CaH
2BR 1BA Located between Grand Ridge & pendable car. Perfect for a student. GREAT time to enjoy. Asking
Sneaks water/sewer/garb incl. $350/month GAS MILEAGE. Simple...compact... sporty...easy $21,900. Call 334-268-3900. FOR JUNK CARS!!!!!!
a 850-573-0308 4d to drive. $3000 OBO. Call: 334-790-7515 (leaveC
2BR 1BA MH in Dellwood, Water/sewer incl. on message)
own lot, $375 + $375 dep.850-592-4625 Chevrolet 2008 Malibu LT Chevrolet 2008 Tahoe, Fully loaded, 88K miles,
-Maroon w/ gray interior, white with tan interior Excellent condition 334Quiet, well maintained Park, Water/sewer/ satellite radio, sunroof, 695-0355
garb/lawn included. Available: MP3 outlet, 28k miles, Chevy 2001 Tahoe LT Group, one owner, fully
3/2 DW $625 & 3/2 $475 $14,995. Call 334-797-0987 loaded, leather seats, 142K miles, good condi- [
-C Joyce Riley RE 850-209-7825 4 2007 Town & tion $6,800 334-695-9300
Small Quiet Family Oriented Park 1, 2 & 3BR Country Touring. Chrsler 2006 Pacifica, LF15957
MH's for Rent includes water, garbage, lawn Loaded, 3rd seat, front and Pic
care, NoPets 850-592-1639 rear air, 100,000 miles. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14th
Excellent condition, clean, $5299. Call 334-714-2700. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JACKSON
COMMERCI[ wholesale, $7,400. Cal 334-790-7959. COUNTY, FLORIDA
IR i -NI w e .7GMC 2008 Acadia SLT: CASE NO: 12-257-CA
( f DIAMOND J TRAILERS, U Park & U Sell. Great White, loaded with leather
WORK &S ELow Prices, Financing Available. Info and drop seats, satelite radio, on- Claudia C. Walker
]- ;box on lot. 231 S. Across from Wal-Mart. 334- star, V6, 104k mi, extended Plaintiff,
Car Repair Shop, Marianna, MiltolnWNeue; 301 3772. "" warranty up to 135k miles.
3 Lifts, 3,000+ SF, Fenced Storage yard, Dodge, 2010 Challenger; $19,995. Call 334-797-0987 vs.
$1250/Mo. 550-209-3291 FULLY LOADED with 22in ____ -_______ ____________Ei D w n C r ,Tch m s"u
rims, new tires, heated I g. Eric Dewayne Curry, Tracy L Chambliss, unet known Spouse of Eric Dewayne Curry, uncdSplaerIan muc tmo owr everyption Chevorlet 2012 Silverado known Spouse of Tracy L Chambliss, UN..... 'cd player and much more. Has every option
Available. Has 23,000 miles and 7 year bumper 1500 Z71: ext cab, KNOWN TENANT 1; UNKNOWN TENANT 2;
FARMS, LAND, TIBER to bumper. $34,000 Call Scott at 33g-596-9444. ray, 5.3 Engine, Brand STATE OF FLORIDA, Department of Revenue,
Have kids; Please, No Calls After 9 PM New, 3000 miles. $26,900. Money Tree of FL Inc., and all unknown parties
FOETLAD Call 334-714-7251. claiming by, through, under or against the
4- -fA4 Dodge 2012 Charger,RARE Call herein named Defendants, who are not known
mau re tira ra h aefite, One Of A Kind! Candy Ap- Ford 1987 3910 Tractor Excellent Condition, to be dead or alive, whether said unknown parpie Triple Coat Red, LOAD- Taylorway Cutter 2010, 5ft. Disc Harrow, All for ties claim as heirs, devisees, grantees,
ED, Red/Black Leather In- $10,000 334-695-5123 or 334-687-2319 assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees, spouses,
terror, Sound System, Front/Back seats heated - Ford 1999 Pickupor other claimants
CWI8 06&A/C, Heated & A/C cup holders! Touchscreen SMRIMP Refrigerated body,
___________________________________DVD/CD Player, $37,000 Call Scott 334-596- -HOMES WI H R --- 9444. Have kids; Please, No Calls After 9 PM 7X1OX6, Carrier Sunbird NOTICE OF SALE
_______________W40-___0___________9W unit, 5-speed standard
,ae transmission, trailer hitch NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Summ -equipped; Excellent Condition. $8,500 mary Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated No2000 ON IACREOFLAND. $59,90 0 ownst Payment, Tax, Tag & Title Call 334-791-9099 vember 6, 2012, entered in Civil Case No. 12-257
OWNER FINANCED, IF QUALIFIED Repos, Slow Credit, Past Bankruptcy OK! FORD 2008 F-1so XLT: CA of the Circuit Court of the Fourteenth JudiPu, Pul rg ilTaeAntig Sprrw44 cial Circuit in and for Jackson County, Florida,

| First Payment 30 Day Out! 37k miles, 5.4 liter V8, wherein ERIC DEWAYNE CURRY, TRACY L.
RIDE_ TOAYCllStvePoe3480 55twigacagneow-CHAMBLISS, STATE OF FLORIDA, Department
'rI ,. l ,, : I towing package, one own- of Revenue, MONEY TREE OF FL, INC, and Any
O 11 er, garage kept, all mainte- and all Lien Holders, are Defendants;
Hyunda 2001 Accent GL, :nance records, white I will sell to the highest and best bidautomatic, 4 cylinder, 4 exterior and grey interior. $23,900. der for cash, at 11:00 a.m. on the 6th day of Dedoor, 65,000 miles, clean, Call (334) 798-3617 cember, 2012 to the highest bidder or bidders
$3895. Cal334-790-7959. John Deere 2011 6430 Farm Tractor Cab and for cash at the North Door of the Jackson CounF DIRECT Air Conditioner, 2 WD, 100 HP, Warranty, ty Courthouse, 4445 Lafayette St, Marianna,
Lexus 2003 LX470-One owner, garage kept, Excellent Condition, $54,000 334-726-6855 Florida, the following described property set
Packages From light beige, 120K miles, Reduce for quick Sale Kobelco Excavator large machine 35 ft. reach, forth in said Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
S$49%15 $20,500 334-687-5283 :2 yard bucket, runs good. Owner Financing Commencing at the NE Corner of Section 21,
Allelde Mercedes 2006 SL500, $25,000. 386-312-636.3. Heavy Equipment. Township 4 North, Range 10 West, Jackson
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B oats AlAuminum Boats___WANTED __AUTOSll Boats $29,599, Sell: $25,999.,0 CountyFlorida; thence S01 degrees 23'W along
$29,59,aell : 334$7425. the centerline of State Road No. 73,999.60 feet;
mCall 334-714-2700.]thence N 88 degrees 46'W, 789.0 feet to the www.xtremeindustries~om CALL FOR TOP PRICE Point of Beginning; thence S01 degrees 23'V
8Toyota 2005 Corolla LE 4dr. 54K mi. Micheli'ns, 390.5 feet; thence N 79 degrees 35'10" W, 181.4
silver, very good cond. inside & out, no smok- FOR JUNK VEHICLES feet along the North side of a graded road;
I MOTOR HO- S & RV ers, AC, CD player, spoiler, power windows, thence Nil degrees 05'25" E, 367.0 feet; thence
cruise, no frame or structural damage, drives I ALSO SELL USED PARTS S 88 degrees 46'E, 117.50 feet to the Point of
2011 Winnebago Access great, REDUCED to: $8,400.. 334-699-5688 24 HOUR TOWING 334792-8664
260 with only 1,500 milesM __ ______ ]YCLS ____ -.d- 1 NOTICE OF SALE DATED: this 6th day of NovemV10 gas engine. Slideout. r m ber, 2012
Sleeps 6, Master bedroom, mr Got a Clunker be,21
Sep6Maebeom2006 Suzuki Boulivard We'll
microwave/convection lC5lT: Like new.3950 orig be yo Junker DALE RABON GUTHRIE
oven, fridge, freezer and : miles. Oil water changed We buy wrecked cars C o
range w/oven, 2 LCD TVs, radio and rear cam-regularly Serviced yearly and Farm Equip. at a
era. Asking $70,000. Call Rodney 334-333-2044. rgllySevcdeay anFrmEupata:By: Tammy Bailey
eif g 0'0" by Suzuki. Fuel-injected 50 : fair and honest price! Deputy Clerk
ci 8 valve liquid cooled, 45 $325 & t Complete Cars C
TR N P R A INdegree V-twin. GSX-R elec- 7.68
tronic fuel injection. Owner CALL 3347024323 OR 347)25 O added light bar Cobra Freeway Bars Passenger --------D ISC V....
floorboards brakeAway cruise control wind-Wei W c d I ---AT FY]t Y F
GMC 2000 Jimmy, 4 wheel drive. Motor good, shield bag light visors 2 helmets traffic light R n or ....
transmission good, has bent frame and crack switcher. Gun metal black $5,500. 334-774-3986 radiator, interior good. $600 obo. Call Justin at Harley, 2003 Electra Glide, 25K mi., Great Bike! 334-7949576 or 344-71474 P ONI A L
850-272-8335. EXTRAS! $9,000 334-794-5296 or 334-596-5098 -.............._______........__-____-__-___.. I c lo
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