Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Physical Description:
Newspaper
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English
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Creation Date:
March 2, 2012
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Frequency:
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weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )

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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."

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University of Florida
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Jackson County Christmas Fund needs more donations


From staff reports

The Jackson County
Christmas Fund needs
more people to reach out
and give this year because
the nonprofit organization
Sis far belowits fundraising
goal for'2012.
It is in its 31st year of pro-
viding assistance to many
local residents during the


holiday season. The non-
profit organization was set
up in 1981 to coordinate
local efforts to provide
food, toys and clothing for'
people in need throughout
the county.
It. set a goal of $15,000
for 2012, but is far behind
that total to date; only
about a third of the money
has been raised, and more


than 300 applications
for assistance have been
submitted.
- The Jackson County
Christmas Fund provides
Christmas for foster chil-
dren, families and eligible
senior citizens through the
Adopt-A-Foster Child/Se-
nior/Family Program.
In addition, food and toy
coupons are purchased


with donations to help
supplement Christmas for
working families, single
parents attending school
or working and to families
with special needs. Cou-
pons redeemable at. local
businesses are awarded to
as many eligible families
as possible and as funds
allow.
Bonnie Williams 'is


serving as the Project Co-
ordinator for this year's
Christmas activities. She
says that, while the fund
raising total is not where
she'd like it to be just yet,
she is confident that local
people will step up and
help meet the goal. She
said that several business-
es and organizations have
committed to help.


For instance, Voncille
Williams, a member of the
Jackson County Christmas
Fund Committee, has set
a goal of obtaining spon-
sors for approximately 30
children targeted for assis-
tance through the organi-
zation's Adopt-A-Family/
Pick-An Angel program.

See DONATIONS, Page 9A


BLACK FRIDAY SHOPPING


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P atrick James (right) gets Louise Spivey and Hunt Daffin's opinions on a Christmas purchase
Friday at Indulge in downtown Marianna. Owner Jane Bodkin said business was great for both
Indulge and its nearby sister business, the restaurant Delight. Bodkin said more staff had to be
called. in at Delight to help with the number of customers.
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While the adults
were busy with
clothes shopping,
Tammerical Curry
was looking for
a way to keep
herself amused at
Goody's on Friday,
Storemanager
Jenn Domino
said sales were
going great at the
store and that
many of the more
sought-out items
went fast when
the store opened
from 8 p.m. to
midnight on
Thursday night.


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At the Shoe Dept. in Marianna, Kendrick Raines gets some help from
Whitney Lewis in picking out the right pair of running shoes Friday. Lewis
said the store was busy with sales more than double for a typical Friday.


Christmas celebrations are set for east Jackson County areas


From staff reports..

The east Jackson
County communities of
Grand, Ridge and Sneads
are gearing up for sev-
eral Christmas celebra-
tions as the holiday
approaches. ,
Located on River Road
in Sneads, the Three Riv-
ers State Parkwillhostits
annual Christmas Lights
Show over the course of
several nights in Decem-
ber. Admission is free for
the two-hour period of
6-8 p.m. each night of
the event, but voluntary


donations will be gladly
accepted for use in put-
ting on next year's light
show. The lights will be
lit Dec. 7-9 and again
from Dec. 14-16. The
park also will be collect-
ing non-perishable food
for local food drives .if
anyone wishes to donate
on those evenings.
The night also offers
an opportunity for busi-
nesses, churches, other
organizations and fami-
lies to set up a display in
the park free of charge.
For instance, churches
will be able 'to set up


manger scenes this year.
For details on how to ar-
range for the free space,
call 482-9006.
On Dec. 8 in Sneads,.
there will be an extra
special time, because
families can have a.
whole day of fun in
Sneads Park on Legion
Road before heading
over to River Road for
the light show.
The Sneads Christmas
Festival by the Lake will
be held from 8 a.m. until
5 pm. Admission is free.

See CELEBRATE, Page 9A


FLORIDAN FILE PHOTO
Kids on the Providence Baptist Church float throw candy to
the crowd as they ride in the 2011 Grand Ridge Christmas
Parade.


Marianna

neighborhood

meeting is set

for Nov.29

From staff reports

The city of Marianna will
host a neighborhood meet-
ing from 5-7 p.m. on Thurs-
day, Nov. 29. The session will be
held at Covenant Hospice, lo-
cated at 4215 Kelson Ave., Suite,
E.
The city began the series a few
years ago "in an effort to help
increase communication *with
neighbors and help create posi-
tive improvements in individual
neighborhoods," according to a
press release the city -issued to
promote the meeting..
The meetings are held at vari-
ous locations, and various topics
are covered by special speakers.
There also' is- a question and an-
swer period where people can
bring up subjects of interest to
them. .
"This time around, some of' the
topics to be covered include pe-
diatric dentistry, road and util-
Sity improvements,'. programs
offered at Chipola College and
in workforce development. Eco-
Stourism, other recreational op-
portunities and more also will be
discussed.
Tile. meeting overall is
organized as a rather informal,
relaxed gathering where' light
snacks will be available and
where people are encouraged to
talk with the many individu-
als and organizations who
will set up booths in' the
venue.
The city itself will
have booths manned by
employees from various depart-
ments. The city also will have a
representative there from the
Marianna Health and Rehab Ser-
vices facility. Information on fire
safety, neighborhood clean-
up programs, zoning and,
code enforcement and more
will, be available, through
city staff ,and/or community
organizations.
Other participating organiza-
tions include the HELPS after
school program, the Wright Foun-
dation, Golden Key, Partners for
Pets," the Marianna One-Stop Ca-
reer Center and the Chipola Gre-
enwayVolunteers.
Those who attend will get a
door prize ticket when they arrive.
More than $600 worth of, goods
and services have been donated
for the give-away by Partenza,
Pizza Hut, Salon La Vie, Little
Mama's Gift Shop, Lemon
Squeeze and the city of
Marianna. At the least meeting,
someone won a month of city
utilities.
For more information, call
Marianna's Municipal Develop-
ment Director Kay Dennis at
482-2786.


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GETTING IT RIGHT
Tracy Speights is an instructor in the
Chipola College Certified, Nursing
Assistant program. Pictured along
with recent graduates from that
program in Thursday's edition, her
name was inadvertently omitted
_from the photograph's caption.


Community Calendar


SUNDAY,. NOV. 25
Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
-6 30) p.rn. at 4349 W. LafayEtte St. in- Marianna
(in one -story building behind 4351 W. Lafayette St.).
Attendancelimiled to persons with a'desire to stop
drinking.
*'" : ;":" MONDAY, NOV.26 .. .
Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's:
.Buffet & Grill: Call 482-2005. '
n Parkinson's Support Group Meeting Noon
in the ground-floor classroom of Jackson Hospital,
4250 Hospital Drive, Marianna. Lunch provided.
Emerald Coast Chaplain Gino Mayo will discuss
"Emotions," Thbse'diagnosed with Parkinson's and
their caregivers are invited. No cost to p:rticiplat-.
Call 718-2661.. '
p Jackson County Quilter's Guild Meeting -
5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Churi h, 3975
U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings are
fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects,
lessons, help. Quilters welcome. Call 209-7638. ,
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church. 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna ..

.- TUESDAY, NOV. 27,
Fall/Winter Sale 9 a.m. to 1p.m. Tuesday
and Thursdays at St. Anne Thrift Store, 4285 Sec-
ond Ave. in Marianna'.
Sewing Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson County :
Senior Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive 'n Marianrid.
Call 482-502.8. .
Entry Deadline Today is the deadline to enter
the Sneads Chri.stma FParade i Dec. i1. Call Danielle
Dickens at S-eads City.Hiall. 593-6636. for a form.
Chipola College District Board of Trustees
Meeting 7 p.m. in the Chipla College Public
Service building, M rianna.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist '
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

WEDNESDAY, NOV.'28
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity Ware-
house hours-9a.m.to 3 p.m. '
)) Job Club 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Mari-
anna Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90
in Marianna.-Learn job seeking/retention skills. Call
526-0139.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting
Noon to'l p.m. in the AA room of First United
Methodist Church, 2901-Caledonia St. in Marianna.
N Hospital Board of Trustees and Finance
Committee Meetings 5 p.m. in the community
room of the Hudnall Building, Jackson Hospital in
-Marianna. Call 718-2629.
Chipola College application deadline The
deadline for spring terms A and B is today. Call 718-
2211 or visit www.chipola.edu.

THURSDAY, NOV. 29
Fall/Winter Sale 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at St. Anne
Thrift Store,4285 Second Ave. in Marianna.
Orientation 12:30-3:30 p.m. at the Marianna
Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 U.S. 90.in
Marianna. Register for free job placement and
computer training; learn about services.


Call 526-0139.
) Neighborhood Meeting 5-7 p.m. at Covenant
Hospice,'4215 Kelson Ave.; Suite E, in Marianna.. ,
Presented by the City of Marianrna, the event will
feature speakers discussing ecotourism, job and
education opportunities, as well as road/utility
.improvements, health and municipal services, after-
schooI-activities, fire safety and more. Door prizes
Share plinned.C11i 482-2786. r p- iz
kA Jazzmatazz Christmas -7 p.m. nightly. Nov.
29-Dec. 1 in the Chipola Center for the Arts Theatre.
Tickets for Chipola Show Choir's dazzling song and
dance revue are on sale now from show choir-mem-
bers and Anita Price (718-2277): $10 for all ages.
S))Alcoholics Anonymous --Closed discussion,.
8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale-
donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance ,
limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.
,^ *:FRIDAY,NOV.30 '
)) Parad, Entry Deadline Today is tlhe last day
to sign up-to participate in the Grand Ridge Christ-
mas Parade (Dec. 14). Call 592-4621.
Senior Singles Get-Together 6 p.m. at
Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli, downtown Marianna
Single seniors age 50 and older are encouraged
to get acquainted, form friendships. Games, food,
prizes.and a guest speaker are planned. No charge;
donations accepted (proceeds fund charitable :
Endeavors of Marianna's Gathering Place Founda-
tion). Call 526-4561. 1
AJazzmatazz Christmas 7 p.m. nightly Nov.,.
29-Dec. 1 in the Chipola Center for the Arts Thea(re.
Tickets for Chipola Show Choir's dazzling song and
dance revue are on sale now-from show choir mem-
bers and Anita Price (718-2277): $10 for, all ages.
B Celebrate Recovery- 7 p.m. atEvangel Wor-
ship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna.
Adult, teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups." Dinner: .6 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856, 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p-m. in the AA roorrm :of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St.in Marianna'

SATURDAY, DEC. 1
Robert E. Long Cane Syrup Cook-off --7
a.m.:start in Two Egg. Free sausage-and-biscuits
breakfast (with complementary syrup), 7-9 a.m.
Public welcome for fun, music, vendors and more.
Barbecue dinner plates available. Cal) 592-2088 or
592-8012.
Historical Homes Christmas Tour 1:30-5
p.m.,Dec. 1-2 at nine locations in Marianna: Russ
House, Davis-West House, Mary Gregory Home,
Coulliette-Turner Home, Umphrey-Brewton Home,
Marianna Woman's Club, Shannon Saunders' Law
Office, Hinson House and Ely-Criglar Mansion. Tour
tickets (good for both days, all locations): $10 each,
available at Davis-West, Woman's Club and Russ
House. Single-home tours: $5 at the door. Children
10 and younger: free.
Sneads Christmas Parade Starts at 4 p.m.
Entry deadline: Nov. 27. Call 593-6636.
) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting
4:30-5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
)) AJazzmatazz Christmas 7 p.m. nightly Nov.
29-Dec. 1 in the Chipola Center for the Arts Theatre.
Tickets for Chipola Show Choir's dazzling song and


dance revue are on sale now from show choir mem-
bers and Anita Price (718-2277): $10 for all ages.

SUNDAY, DEC. 2
B Historical Homes Christmas Tour 1:30-5-
p.m. Dec. 1-2 at nine locations in Marianna: Russ
House, Davis-West House, Mary Gregory Home,
Coulliette-Turner Home, Umphrey-Brewton Home,
Marianna Woman's Club, Shannon Saunders' Law
Office. Hinson House and Ely-Criglar Mansion. Tour
tickets (good.for both days, all locations): $10 each,
available at Davis-West, Woman's Club and Russ '.
House. Single-home tours: $5 at the door. Children
10 and younger: free.
B Elks Memorial Service 2 p.m. at BPOE No.
1516 Lodge Room, 4607 U.S. 90 East, Marianna.
Public welcome to the annual memorial service for
.departed Elks. Cake and coffee will be served.
) Fine Arts Series: Barbershop Quartet 4
p.m. at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 4362 Lafay-
ette St. in Marianna. Members of the Tallahassee
chapter of the Barbershop Harmony.Society will
perform. A meet-the-artists reception follows.
Donations accepted for the fine arts series. Call
482-7671.
)) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
- 6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
(in one-story building'behind 43k W..Lafayette St.).
Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.

MONDAY, DEC. 3
Jackson County AARP Board Meeting -1:30
p.m. at the Russ House in Marianna.
)) "Toys for Tots" Assistance Applications
- Anchorage Children's Society, 4452 Clinton St.,
Marianna (behind Winn Dixie). Today is the last day
to pick up applications for assistance with toys and
gifts for the holidays. Completed forms are due at
thesame office by noon on Dec. 10.
Jackson County Quilter's Guild Meeting
-5:30-7:30'p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church,
3975 U.S. 90 West, Marianna. Business meet-
ings are fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for
projects, lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call'
209-7638.. -
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
p.m. in the AA room of Flirst United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.

TUESDAY, DEC. 4
Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting
Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna.
) Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County
Senior Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna.
Call 482-5028.
)) Taste of the Seasons: Diabetic Education
with Dinner Dinner at 5 p.m.; program at 5:30
p.m. in the Hudnall Medical Building community
room, Jackson Hospital, 4230 Hospital Drive, Marl-
anna. Keynote speaker: Dr. Robin Albritton, Chipola
Surgical & Medical Specialties Family Medicine.
No cost to attend: Register by calling 718-2884.
)) Tree of Lights: A Celebration of Life 6
p.m. at Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road, Marianna. Free event presented by Covenant
Hospice, to remember and celebrate the lives of
loved ones. Refreshments, entertainment planned.
Call 482-8520.


The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
email editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.

Police Roundup


MARIANNA POLICE
DEPARTMENT
The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for Nov. 22, the latest
available report: Two suspicious
persons, one physical distur-
bance, 13 traffic stops, one
follow-up investigation and one
juvenile complaint.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office and county fire/rescue
reported the following incidents
for Nov. 22, the latest available


report. (Some of these calls
may be related to after-hours
calls taken


,CRIME


on behalf of
Graceville
and Cot-
tondale
police depart-
ments): One
drunk driver,


one hit and run vehicle, one ac-
cident, two dead persons, two
abandoned vehicles, five suspi-
cious vehicles, three suspicious
incidents, one suspicious per-
son, one burglary, two verbal
disturbances, one brush fire, -
one prowler, one woodland fire
call,'17 medical calls, two traffic


crashes, two burglar alarms,
one robbery alarm, one fire
alarm, one report of shooting in
the area, three traffic stops, two
larceny complaints, one civil
dispute, two trespass
complaints, one. illegally
parked vehicle, one juvenile
complaint, one assault, one
suicide attempt, three noise
disturbances, one animal
complaint, one fraud com-
plaint, one assist of a motorist
or pedestrian, two assists
of other agencies, one
welfare check, two trans-
ports, one Baker Act transport
and one threat/harassment
complaint.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were
booked into the county jail dur-
ing the latest reporting periods:
)) Tammie Matterd, 50,4811
Lavista Road, Graceville,
battery.
)) Angela Guinard, 26,4811
Lavista Road, Graceville,
battery.

Jail Population: 202
To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
agency.
To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
404-FWCC (3922).


SHigh- 72
Low 50

Tuesday
Scattered Showers


SHigh-65
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Thursday
Mostly Sunny


-2A SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25,2012


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Anniversary


50th wedding anniversary:
Doug and Mary Robbins of Marianna
How did a gal from North Carolina and a guy from
Alabama meet in 1959? At Yokota AFB in Japan where
else? He was serving in the Air Force during the War in
Vietnam and she was teaching in military dependant
schools abroad. Doug came back to the states in March
of 1960 and couldn't forget about the lovely woman he
had met in Japan. They remained pen pals during the
rest of his tour of duty and her sojourn in.Europe. Upon
her return, Mary visited him in Pensacola, where he
was working at Chemstrand, and he proposed. On Nov.
24,1962, they were married in the First Baptist Church
in Gulf Breeze. I
Their family includes two grown children, son Russell
Robbins and daughter Laura Schell,' grandson Adrian
Schell, son-in-law Lloyd Schell, and numerous siblings,
nieces and nephews.

Birthday'' .


S *SUBMIITTED PHOTOUU
4th birthday
Yakez Swain of Greenwood will celebrate his fourth
birthday on Nov. 26. He is the son ofTemeka Oliver and
Leroy Swain III of Greenwood.
SGrandparents are Betty Blanks of Greenwood and
Timothy Oliver of Marianna, and Evelyn Slack and
Leroy Swain II of Chipley.
Yakez celebrated with a "Power Rangers" -themed
bowling party at noon on Nov. 24.


Lifestyle Brief
Tom Hanks, Will
Ferrell offer custom
recordings
NEWYORK-- Imagine
havingWilliam Shatner
supply your outgoing
voiceftiail message. Or
maybe you'd prefer Mor-
gan Freeman coolly telling
callers to wait for the beep.
Or perhaps having Betty
White joke around is more
your speed.
All it takes is $299 and
some luck.
The advocacy group
Autism Speaks is offering
custom-recorded mes-
sages from those celebri-
ties as well as Will Ferrell,
Carrie Fisher, Tom Hanks,
Derek Jeter, Leonard Ni-
moy, Patrick Stewart and
EdAsner.
From Dec. 3 to Dec. 9, a
limited number of 20-sec-
ond long MP3 messages
will be recorded by each
celebrity on a first-come,
first-served basis for fans
to do with as they wish. All
requests must be of the PG
variety.
Asner, the curmudgeonly
Emmy Award winner of
"The Mary Tyler Moore
Show" and "Lou Grant,"
dreamed up the unusual
fundraiser with his son
Matt, who works for Au-
tism Speaks.
"I think people will get
a charge out of it," says
Asner, who is currently
on Broadway. "I'll prob-
ably say, 'What are you
wearing?' Or, 'Take it off.'
Something like that."
From wire reports


Remembering to be thankful


WA at a great time of the
. year. If you celebrate
V holidays, the anticipation
during this time of the year that
leads to Thanksgiving, followed in
the next month by Christmas, is as
exciting as it gets.
Too often we come together with
our families for funerals and other
tragedies. Coming together for
the relaxing, pleasant and joyful
celebrations of Thanksgiving and
Christmas helps give members. of
the family the energy and strength
to make it through the challenges
we fate during the year.
Thanksgiving should be a re-
minder to each of us that no matter
how tough things might be, we still
have a lot to be thankful for. Some-
times we are so busy looking for
big things to happen in our lives
that we take what seems like the
small, insignificant things for
granted.
If you're reading this column,


God has not only given you another
day of life, He has also given you
thesability to see and
T, Lyread. If you are inthe
position to spend
time with your fam-
fly and enjoynhearty
meals during the
Thous Thanksgiving Day
viIw,.t-weekend, consider
M yourself blessed.
ist o if dyouhave had a
strained relation-
ship with another member of the
family, this would be a good time
to straighten things out. Don't let
pride and stubbornness get in the
way of your spending time with
those closest to you. Having family
support is an important asset in
today's world.
Please understand that those deli-
cious Thanksgiving Day meals don't
automatically appear on our tables.
First of all, in order to purchase the
products and ingredients needed


for any meal we must be thankful
for having the money it takes to do
so. Those who drive to the store,
walk around shopping for products
and cook those meals wouldn't be
able to do so without an automo-
bile to get to the store, the ability
to walk or get around the store to
shop, and the stoves or microwaves
we need to cook those meals. We
have much to be thankful for.
That's why it's so important that
we help and share with others who
don't have money, an automo-
bile, a stove or microwave, or the
health that would allow them to get
around. Seeing someone else's hap-
piness will remind us how a little
compassion can go a long way.
The Thanksgiving holiday only
takes place once a year, but each
morning when we open our eyes a
good habit would be to thank God
for another day, and ask for His
protection to guide us through an
unpredictable world.


Pets on Parade


Jazzy is a three-monrith-old female Jack Russell/Chihuahua
mix. If you are interested in adopting Jazzy, the shelter is at
4011 Maintenance Drive. in Marianna. Shelter hours are 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
The shelter's phone number is 482-4570; the website is
www.partnersforpets.petfinder.com.


Those interested in adopting a pet cat or dog can visit
Partners for Pets on 4011 Maintenance Drive in Marian-
naMondaythroughFridayfrom 10 a.m. to 3p.m. or Sat-
urday from 10 a.m.-to 1 p.m. The shelter can be reached
by calling 482-4570 or visiting www.partnersforpets.
petfinder.com.
Those interested in adopting a horse can visit Hid-
den Springs Horse Rescue at 4883 Bevap Lane Mon-
day through Friday by calling 526-2231 and making an.
appointment.
Visit the rescue's website at www.floridahorserescue.
com.
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Spring application deadline


now set at Chipola College
Special to the Floridan BI


New students planning
to enroll in Chipola Col-
lege during the spring
2013 semester are encour-
aged to make application
by the Nov. 28 application
deadline.
There are several steps
to completing the applica-
tion process: (1) complete
the college Admission Ap-
plication; call 718-2311 for
assistance; (2) request a
final high school transcript'
be sent to Chipola Admis-
sion and Records Office;
and (3) take the College
Placement Test; call'718-
2284 for assistance.
Students who have com-
pleted testing, submitted
all required documents
and been cleared for ad-
mission, will be eligible to
register Jan. 4.
Chipola offers the As-
sociate in Arts Degree, the
Associate in Science De-
gree and Workforce Devel-
opment programs.
Bachelor's Degrees in-
dclude: Education majors
in Middle and High School
Math or Science, English
Education, exceptional
Student Education and,
Elementary Education;
Business Administration
degree with concentra-
tions in Management or
Accounting; and a Bach-
elor of Science in Nursing
(BSN). Additionally, the
college offers the Educa-
tor Preparation Instirute,
a Teacher Certification
program for those with
a B.S. in :a non-teaching
field.
The Associate in Arts
(AA.) degree is designed
for students who plan to


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Nov. 26-
K.-12 breakfast amn
menus for JackA-son C
schools.

Monday
)p Breakfast: Mmn
Pancakes, Cinna
Sugar Oatmeal,.
ed Cereal & Butt
Toast; Choose un
Sides.Chiled PL-
Chilled Peaches"
Lunch: v\getab
Lasagna V/.Brea
- Chicken'Pattyoi
Chef.Salad; Choc
to 4 Sides: Stean
Carrots, Romain
Salad, Fresh Ass'
Fruit, Baked-App
Slices.


SUBMITTED PHOTO
New students planning to enroll in Chipola College. during the
spring 2013 semester are encouraged to make application by
the Nov. 28 application deadline. Here, students study in the
college ACE lab. The schedule of classes is available online at
www.chipola.edu. For information, call 718-2211.


complete their first two
years of college work and
then transfer to a four-year
program at Chipola or an-
other college or university.
Credits earned are trans-
ferable and are applicable
toward a bachelor's degree.
Academic advising guides
that outline requirements
for specific majors are
available from Student Af-
fairs and are located onthe
college website at www.
chipola.edu.
Several Associate in Sci-
ence (AS) and Workforce
programs are offered that
provide training for high
wage jobs. Workforce pro-
granms include: Automo-
tive Serxice Technology,
Firefighter, Law Enforce-
ment Officer, Correctional
Officer. Cosmetology.
Cross-Over Corrections
to Law Enforcement,


fUl )) Lunch: Hamburger on
a Bun, Gheesyv.Veg-
S etable Salad,:Caesar
30 Chicken Wrap: Choose
d lunch up to 4 Sides: Breaded
County Green Beans, Vegetable
Medle.; Fresh Assorted
Fruit, Chilled Mjxed.
S* Fruit. .
i .'
empn & Wednesday
Assort- .
ered. ) Breakfast: LUltimate
Wi2'2! Breakfast Round, Cin-
ars "namon &. Sugar Oat-
:.,' -. meal, Assorted Cereal &
Ale,'. Buttered Toast; Choose
idstrick up to 2 Sides: Raisins,
n. Bun, Fresh Assorted Fruit.,
ise up )) Lunch: Chicken Nug-
ed gets & a Roll, Tuna
e Side Salad, Cold Cut on a
orted Deli Thin; Choose up to
,le 4 Sides: Steamed Green
Beans, Sweet Potato
Wedges, Fresh Assorted
S Fruit, Chilled Peaches.


luesuay
D Breakfast: Open-faced
Egg Muffin, Buttery
Grits, Assorted Ce'. -
real & Cinnamon Toast;
Choose up to 2 Sides:
Pineapple Tidbits,
Chilled Pears.


Thursday
Breakfast: Pancake on
a Stick, Assorted' Cereal
& Cinnamon Toast, But-
tery Grits; Choose up to
2 Sides: Chilled.Mixed


Cross-Over Law Enforce-
ment to Corrections and
Patient Care Assistant.
Associate in Science (AS)
programs include: Busi-
ness Administration, Early
Childhood Education,
Computer Information
Technology. Fire Science
Technology., Criminal Jus-
tice Technology (Crime
Scene Track), Networking
Services Technology, Culi-
nary Management, Nurs-
ing (RN and LPN) and Rec-
reation Technology.
College Credit Certificate
programs include: Child
Care Center Management,
Information Technology
Management, Emergency
Medical Technician (EMT)
and Paramedic.
SThe schedule of classes
is available online at www.
chipola.edu. For informa-
tion, call 718-2211.


Fruit, Fresh Assorted
Fruit. "'"
Lunch: Baked Ziti with
Breadsticks, Hotdog on
a Bun, Lift Off Spinach
Salad; Choose up to 4
Sides: Steamed Broc-
coli, Celery Sticks, Fresh
Assorted Fruit and
Chilled Pears.

Friday
) Breakfast: Yogurt Par-
fait, Cinnamon & Sugar
Oatmeal, Assorted
Cereal & Buttered Toast;
Choose up to 2 Sides:
Baked Apples, Assorted
Juices.
' Lunch: Cheese Pizza,
Chili con Queso Que-
sadilla,'Caesar Chicken
Salad; Choose up to 4
Sides: Steamed Corn,
Retried Beans, Fresh As-
sorted Fruit, Pineapple
Tidbits.
Freshly made salads and 'or
hot,.cold sandwiches are available
daily at lunth. Each meal include.
a choice of lat-free white. "11
white. iat-free chocolate or
fat free strawberry mill'
Menu subject to change.


Five countries represented


in Chipola Spanish class


Special to the Floridan

Students in Chipola
College's Spanish 1121
course have opportunity
to experience much di-
versity during the 2012
fall semester.
Many cultural back-
grounds are represented
in the class. The ten stu-
dents come from five
different countries. Akta
Patel came to the U.S. as
a teenager from Vankal,
Gujarat, India. Two young
men who made their way
to Chipola from Venezu-
ela are Neiker Navarro, a
shortstop on the Chipola
baseball team, and Car-
los Misell Martinez. a
pitcher. Other players
are Luis Tufion Castillo,
a third baseman from
Panama, and Alexander
De Los Santos, a pitcher
from the Dominican
Republic.
The Americans in the
class are Dennis Al-
len, Justin Brock, Jason
Huckaby, Sharraneka
Jackson and Marlena
Paulk. Heather Aus-
burn, Spanish Club
President and Span-
ish tutor, assists in the
class as part of her work
study.
Dr. Mark Ebel, profes-
sor of the class, says, "VWe
use student interviewing
as a technique for the
students to increase their
interaction and learning
of each other's cultures.
Open class discussion
promotes interaction in
,the Spanish language
amongst the 'native
speakers as well; as the
English speakers."
For information about
the course, contact Dr.
Ebel at ebelm@chipola.


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Students in Chipola College's Spanish 1121 course have
opportunity to experience much diversity during the 2012
fall semester. Many cultural backgrounds are represented in
the class. The 10 students come from five different countries.
From left are (seated) Neiker Navarro, Sharreneka Jackson,
Alexander De Los Santos, Akta Patel; and (standing) Jason
Huckaby, Marlena Paulk, Carlos Misell Martinez, Luis Tulon
Castillo, Dennis Allen, Justin Brock and professor Dr. Mark
Ebel.
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* Grocery Outlet
* Daffin Food Service
* KFC
* Dayspring Christian Academy
Middle School Students
* Marianna High School Culinary
Arts Class
* The Jackson County Floridan
* Innovative Charities of
NW FL, LLC
* Bascom Assembly of God
* Christian Center Church
Women's Group


* First Presbyterian Church
Women's Circle One
First Uniled Methodist
Women's Group
Trumpeter's Song Missions
Trinity Baptist Church
The Allen Family
Clatie Kirkland
The Coker Family
The Gardner Family
* The Lipford Family
- The Myers Family
* Our King's Table A
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Man charged



with church



break-in


From staff reports

A man was charged with
burglary and petit theft af-
ter allegedly breaking into
a local church to take a
shower and for shelter.
Authorities said 34-
year-old Elkino Denardo
Dawkins climbed through
a bathroom window at
New Hope Baptist Church
and took a shower there,
and was using the church
as shelter. Described as a
transient who was headed
from Florida to. Mexico,
Dawkins is charged with
burglary and petit theft in
the case.


Someone called the Jack-
son County Sheriff's Of-
fice Wednesday to report
a suspicious man walk-
ing through the breeze-
way toward the back of
the church, located at the
corner of U.S. 90 West and
New Hope Road.
Dispatched to check the
area, officers heard noises
coming from inside the
church.'
After a key holder was
called and another deputy
was dispatched, officers
went inside and found
Dawkins. He was taken to
the con t jail to await first
appearance.


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Covenant Hospice offers volunteer training


Special to the Floridan

Covenant Hospice is
.seeking individuals who
are interested in making
a difference in the lives
of patients and families
facing end-of-life issues
and in supporting the or-
ganization. A volunteer
workshop will be held
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
Thursday, Nov. 29, at the
Marianna Covenant Hos-
pice branch office, located


at 4215 Kelson Ave, Suite
E. The workshop is free
and open to the public.
Food and drinks will be
provided.
Patient and Family Sup-
port Volunteer Training
will provide an overview
of hospice care, includ-
ing Covenant's programs
and services and the spe-
cial roles that volunteers
fill. This training prepares
individuals to volun-
teer in a variety of ways.


Volunteer choices include
visiting and companion-
ship for patients, sup-
porting family members
by offering emotional
support and practical
help, assisting with fund-
raising events, provid-
ing administrative sup-
port in a Covenant office,
serving as an outreach
ambassador and much
more.
No special background
or experience is required


to volunteer for Covenant,
just a desire to make a
difference. Time- commit-
ment is flexible and based
on volunteer availability.
Retired and working pro-
fessionals are also needed
to share their expertise
and experience with pa-
tients and families. To
register or to learn more,
call Donna Meldon at
482-8520.
Covenant Hospice is a
nonprofit organization.


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New Mexico woman ,dies

when dive boat capsizes


The Associated Press

MIAMI A diver from
New Mexico-who died in a
Thanksgiving Day boating
accident was a manager
at one of the nation's lead-
ing research laboratories
and was in Florida for a
holiday dive trip with her
nephew, authorities said
Friday.
The Broward County
Medical Examiner ruled
Friday that Nina Poppels-
dorf, 54, drowned Thurs-
day when a large wave
flipped over a 45-foot cata-
maran carrying her and
nearly two-dozen others.
The Sandia Park, N.M.,
woman died at a hospital
after the Coral Princess
capsized, said Broward
Sheriff's Office .spokes-
woman Dani Moschella.
Witnesses said the boat
was approaching the Hill-
sboro Inlet in Pompano
Beach when a wave 8 to 10
feet high flipped the twiri-
hulled craft.
Poppelsdorf was in Flori-
da with her nephew, who is
from Pennsylvania. '
"They just went on this
fun trip together to just
do dives," Moschella said.
"So this is especially tragic
that it was on Thanks-
giving and it ended in
tragedy."
Poppelsdorf was a se-
nior manager of the radia-
tion protection, industrial


State Briefs
2 shot at Walmart
in Tallahassee
TALLH-IASSEE Talla-
hassee police are inter-
diewing witnesses outside
of aWalmart where two
people were shot.
A police spokesman says
the victims were being
treated Friday at an area
hospital for wounds that
weren't considered life-
threatening. It wasn't im -
mediately known whether
the shooting happened
inside or outside the store
or whether it was related
to Black Friday shopping.

Man dies during
construction
accident
SEMINOLE--Authori-
ties say a Tampa Bay area
man died when an 8-foot
concrete wall fell on him
while doing construction
on a home.
The Pinellas County
Sheriff's Office reports that
52-year-old Arben Berberi
died Friday afternoon.
Berberi and two other
men had purchased the
home in the spring and
were working on an addi-
tion when the slab fell. The
home's two other owners
were also working but
uninjured.
Deputies say Berberi's
death is most likely
accidental.

From wire reports'


hygiene and safety center
at Sandia National Labo-
ratories, lab spokeswoman
Heather Clark said. She
was hired in August 1992at
the lab, a federal research
and development center.
"She was recently pro-
moted to senior manager
and was well-respected
by her peers and staff
alike.; Her contributions
to improving safety at
Sandia are numerous and
she will be missed as both
a member of the Sandia
family and as a wonderful
" person," said Sandia Envi-
ronment, Safety & Health
director Sid Gutierrez, her
supervisor.
"Darrell Fong,-'a' Sandia
Labs safety engineering
manager who worked with
Poppelsdorf, said she was
admired, for her profes-
sionalism and easily iden-
tified by her laugh.
"She had a great laugh.
Everyone could recognize
her laughter. They'd say,
'Oh, there's Nina.' Fong
said.
Poppelsdorf was a lead-
er of a.Sandia team that
helped in the response to
the crisis at Japan's Fuku-
shima nuclear plant after
tme March 2011 earth-
quake and tsunami left
several reactors there with-
out cooling water, Fong
said. He also said Poppels-
dorf was a certified diving
instructor.


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New leadership

T wo new leaders took over in the Florida Legisla-
ture this week. Senate President Don Gaetz and
L House Speaker Will Weatherford have already
sent encouraging messages about their intention to
tackle "meaningful campaign finance and ethics re-
form" during the 2013 annual legislative session.
Both the Senate and House remain under the firm
control of Republicans, but Gaetz and Weatherford have
pledged to make the chambers less partisan.
"I would like to make sure we are working with our
friends across the aisle, that we're allowing everyone's
voice to be heard and to participate," Weatherford said
recently.
Such displays of inclusion would be welcome alterna-
tives to the sharply partisan, rigidly ideological climate
that has dominated the Legislature. Reaching out will
not prevent Republicans from carrying out their agen-
das, but it could help the Legislature avoid a repeat of
several debacles for instance, unwise changes in
election laws; the excessive proposal of constitutional
amendments, all but three of which voters rejected.
It also could advance the cause of representative gov-
ernment in a state that has more Democrats (4.7 million)
than Republicans (4.2 million) registered to vote;
Not to mention that Gaetz and Weatherford might
need votes across party lines for campaign-finance and
ethics reforms.
Some ofthe good proposals ,that have surfaced so far
would:
)) Require public officials' financial disclosure state-
ments to be posted online, where the public could easily
view them.
)) Bar legislators from voting on issues in which they
declare a conflict of interest. The current rule lets law-
makers vote on such issues as long as they declare their
conflict within 15 days.
)) Eliminate legislators' legal slush funds, officially
known as committees of continuing existence. CCEs en-
able individual lawmakers to solicit unlimited donations
from special interests, with almost no limits on how the
money is spent.
End the long-standing practice of letting legislators
take jobs, after they are elected, at colleges and other re-
cipients of state funds. .
We hope these and other measures are advanced; riot
to punish legislators, but to build public confidence in
state politics and improve Florida's governance.
This editorial was published in The Gainesville Sun on Friday, Nov. 23.


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Women in Congress are no fad


or most of the last century, no
more than two women served
at the same time in the U.S.
Senate.
SIn the 1980s, women House mem-
bers were not'allowed in the House
gym.
After the 1992 election, headline
writers broke out the phrase Year
of the Woman to describe the vast
crowd of women coming to the Sen-
ate six. The phrase annoyed at
least one senator.
"Calling 1992 the Year of the Wom-
an makes it sound like. the Year of
the Caribou or the Year of the As-
paragus," Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-
Md., complained at the time. "We're
not a fad, a fancy, or a year."
Women weren't a fad, but they're
still a distinct minority in Congress.
In January, 20 women will serve in
the Senate, 16 Democrats and four
Republicans. One in five that's
the most women ever in the Senate.
In the House, there will be a re-
cord 78 women, about 18 percent of
the members. Fifty--eight are Demo-
crats, 20 Republicans. At least three
of the new women in the House are
in their 30s.
For the first timer women and mi-
norities will outnumber white men
among Democrats in the House.
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-
Calif., celebrated the Democratic
caucus milestone, saying it would
be "the first caucus in the history of
civilized government to have a ma-
jority of women and minorities."
That's impressive, but it's unclear
how having more women and mi-
norities in Congress will affect
policy. Republicans still control the
House, and the Republican cau-
cus is dominated by white men.
Their goal is to shrink the size of


MarshaMercer
f


government and cut entitlements.
In earlier times, women in Con-
gress worked to avoid being pigeon-
holed as interested in "women's"
issues. In fact, when the Women's
Caucus was formed in the House in
1977, "it met with considerable re-
sistance even among women mem-
bers," according to a history on the
House clerk's Web page.
Political scientists who have stud-
ied women in elective office are
divided on whether women have
different legislative priorities than
men. While some studies find wom-
en more likely to support certain
family and workplace issues, other
studies find no trend.
For one thing, there's been a blur-
ring of what women's issues are.
Plus, family-workbalance, pay equi-
ty, education and health care mean
different things to different people,
whether men or women. Someone's
political party can be more predic-
tive of his or her stand than gender.
While some Republican women in
Congress supported certain benefits
in the health care overhaul such
as not allowing health insurance
companies to charge women higher
premiums than men not one Re-
publican, man or woman, voted for
final passage of the Affordable Care
Act.


"Based on my experience, just be-
cause you're an elected official and
a woman, that doesn't mean you're
going to vote" for women's issues,
Rep. Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn.,
says in Madeleine M. Kunin's "The
New Feminist Agenda," published
inApril.
As the title suggests, Kunin, whd
was the first woman governor of
Vermont and served as ambassador
to Switzerland, is calling for another
social revolution "not for the benefit
of women alone," she says, "but for
the sake of the family."
She argues that while women
have made great progress in the
workplace, the country needs social
policies that support families. The
United States is the only country in
the-developed world that fails to of-
fer paid maternity leave or paid sick
leave.
A poll of international gender spe-
cialists in June ranked the United
States the sixth-best country for
women behind Canada, Germa-
ny, Britain, Australia and France. In
France, new mothers get 16 weeks
of maternity leave at full pay.
The panel, which looked at the
G20 developed countries, cited poor
access to health care and the debate
over reproductive rights for the U.S.
rank, the poll by TrustLaw, a legal
news service run by Thompson Re-
uters Foundation, reported..
We're No. 6? That doesn't sound
right. It's time for women and men
in Congress to support working par-
ents and stand up for families.
No worries about the Year of the
Woman or asparagus. Call it theYear
of All of Us.
Marsha Mercer writes from Washington. You
may contact her'at marsha.mercer@
yahoo.com.


Letterto the Editor



Too many concerned about



economics than morality


- I write this in response to "No
room for exclusion, insulting of
others" by Col. W K Johnson, dated
Nov. 2. It seems that Col. Johnson
did not carefully read my letter or
he is totally for anti-God and anti-
Christians, which I doubt.
Col., as I informed you in the
letter I wroteyou, my letter to the
editor was sent several days before
Veterians Day. I also want the pub-
lic to know that I amnot anti-mili-
tary nor anti-veterans. I have many
personal friends, white, black and
other races, who are firm believers
in God and in the Christian faith. As
to "slackers," there are many who
live off of"hand-outs" that are not
among the "minorities."
Col., the scriptures do not sup-
port "bigotry and pious judgment
of others." However, sir, the scrip-
tures clearly, both the Old and the
New Testament, make a clear
difference between those who
believe and stand for God and
those who hold an anti-God
position.
Col., I did not say that Florida was
a "godless state." I clearly said there
were those who voted for a Presi-
dent and a political party that is
anti-God and anti-Christian. I will
also grant them that right. However,
I also have the moral right to speak
against such moral positions. I also
ask you this question, "Just how


many do you know personally that
will tell you they support homosex-
uality and abortion?" Both of these
are contrary to God's Word.
Col., if stating the truth about
the moral status of our nation
and world is the cause of
Romney's defeat, then there are
a lot of people who do not want
or support the truth. My letter,
Col., was written days after the
election.
Lastly Col., as I sent you infor-
mation about where President
Obama stands with regard to God
and Christian issues and also sent
you a source for you to check on
the real and true position of many
leaders in the United Methodist
Church, I pray that you will read
these, research them and listen to
them. I also know, from some 60
years of study and research of the
scriptures, Old and New Testament,
that I find clearly that it teach-
es ".exclusion."
Jesus told an individual about 35
or 40 years of age, highly educated,
a leader and teacher of his faith and
people, and very wealthy, "Ye must
be born again." Also Paul repeated-
ly makes it clear that sinners will be
left out, and those who reject God
will not enter into the Kingdom of
God. This, Col.,.is "exclusion."
If telling the truth about anyone,
even Rev. Dr. Billy Bruner, is


"insulting," then so it be. Col.
Johnson, I will not hate you for
your difference. What concerns
me the most is the major-
ity of American citizens will not
speak out and stand for their
beliefs and those who proclaim
they are twice born believers in
Christ. Why? I believe it is be-
cause it might affect their "pocket
books." Far too many are more
concerned over the economic
status of this nation than they are
over the moral down grade of this
nation.

REV. DR. BILLY BRUNER, TH. D.
Cottondale



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State Briefs
Woman arrested
for allegedly
riding manatee
ST. PETERSBURG -A
St. Petersburg woman has
been charged with violat-
,ipg Florida law by riding a
manatee.
Ana Gloria Garcia
Gutierrez was arrested on
a misdemeanor warrAnt
Saturday. Pinellas County
sheriff's deputies say she
was photographed riding
the manatee at Fort De
Soto Park last September.
Sheriff Bob Gualtieri
held a press conference
a few days later asking
for the public's help in\
identifying the woman.
Gutierrez called deputies
and allegedly admitted
touching the endangered
sea mammal. She told
them she was new to
the area and didn't know
it was illegal to touch a
manatee. The manatee
was nothurt.
The maximum penalty is
a $500 fine and six months
in jail. Gutierrez was re-
leased on $1,500 bail.

Meth trafficker
allegedly flushed
his confession
LAKELAND A man ac-
cused of being a metham-
phetamine trafficker alleg-
edly confessed- and then
flushed the detective's
recorder down the toilet.
The Ledger reported
Saturday that Polk County
Deputies say they found
30-year-old Patrick
Townsend drivingwith
S32.4 grams of meth in his
boxers during aWednes-
day traffic stop.
Deputies say Townsend
confessed, saying he usu-
ally deals in kilograms.,
A detective allegedly -
recorded the confession-
but left the recorder on a
desk. Townsend allegedly
Grabbed it, hid it in his
armpit and asked to use
the bathroom, where he
flushed it.
When the detective
looked for recorder,
Townsend allegedly
mocked him by saying,
"Tighten utip on your job,
homee"

Ex-police dog shot
during burglary dies
WEST PALM BEACH ,
-A former police dog has
died five days after being
shot while protecting his
oWner's West Palm Beach
home.
ThePalm Beach Post
reported that veterinar-
ians euthanized Drake
on Friday after determin-
ing that a bullet nicked
the 5-year-qld German
shepherd's esophagus,
making it difficult for him
to eat and drink. They had
already performed surgery
on his legs and head.
Drake was owned by
Florida Highway Patrol-
man Bobby Boody. A
16-year-old suspect has.
been arrested for the
Sunday burglary. He al-
legedly told investigators
that he and two friends
targeted Boody because
they thought they would
find guns and money in
the trooper's house. The
teen allegedly confessed
to shooting Drake. He
is charged with felony
burglary with a firearm
and cruelty to animals.
The two friends are being
sought.

Federal appeals
court to hear mass
killer's case


MIAMI A federal ap-
peals court will hear oral
arguments in the case of a
Florida mass killer.
The U.S. Court of Ap-
peals for the Eleventh
Circuit said Friday that it
* will hear the'arguments in
John Errol Ferguson's case
on Nov. 29.
Ferguson's lawyers claim
he suffers from mental ill-
ness so severe that he isn't
competent and shouldn't
be eligible for the death
penalty. The 64-year-old
Ferguson is a paranoid
schizophrenic.


From wire reports


Researchers trace activity of rare cranes


The Associated Press

NEW ORLEANS -
Whooping cranes in-
troduced to the wild in
southwestern Louisiana
are the focus of intense
research aimed at find-.
ing out where they go,
what they eat and what
else they do with their
time.
Nobody has ever looked
for such detailed informa-
tion about how captive-
bred whoopers live in the
wild, said John B. French
Jr., research manager at
the U.S. Geographical
Survey's Patuxent Wildlife
Research Center in Mary-
land, where the cranes
were bred.
"I'm really eager to see
what they can come up
with there," he said.
The graceful cranes,
which stand nearly 5
feet tall with a 7 -foot
wingspan, are .among the
world's rarest birds. Just
over 500 survive, all de-
scendedfrom 15 that lived
in. coastal Texas in the
1940s, French said. There
are now four flocks; the
250 or so birds that mi-
grate between Texas and
northern Canada make up
the only natural and self-
sustaining flock.
The smallest and newest
is based atWhiteLake, the
area near Gueydan where
Louisiana's last flock lived
in the 1930s. Twenty-six
whoopers have been re-
leased in two groups since
early 2011. Fourteen are
still alive, including two
from the first group of 10.
Another 14 are expected
Nov. 28.
They, too, will be fitted
with radio transmitters so
researchers can keep tabs
on their whereabouts and
go out regularly to watch
them, That ,requires a
spotting scope so watchers
can stay at least'200 feet
away, said lead researcher
Sammy King of the USGS
Louisiana Cooperative
Fish and Wildlife Research
U nit.,- 1. .
"The last thing you
want to do is disturb
the birds" or let them
get used to people, he
said. .
.,King said Tandi, Perkins
and Vladimir Dinets, re-
search associates with
the LSU AgCenter and
USGS, and Louisiana De-
partment of Wildlife and
Fisheries biologist Sara
Zimorski; do most of the
fieldwork.


If a transmitter stops
moving, they must look
for a carcass, both to learn
what killed the crane and
to retrieve the transmit-
ter -to use on another
bird.
After the record Mis-
sissippi River floods of
2011, one bird's remains
were found in a harvested
cornfield in the Morganza
Spillway, 80 miles from
White Lake. A preda-
tor apparently dragged
it into the standing
corn.
That's far from a distance.
record for cranes in this
group. One flew into Ar-
kansas for a daylast sum-
mer, while another spent,
a day 150 miles away at
Catahoula Lake, King
said.
French said the flock
that nests in Canada
hatches 30 to .40 chicks
each year, while captive
birds at Patuxent- and at
the International Crane
Foundation in Baraboo,
Wis., produced 29 this
year.
Three died before they
couldfly.Afourth-oneof
six led by ultralight plane
on a migration route from
Wisconsin to Florida -.
died on the operating ta-
ble after breaking a legon
a landing in Illinois. The
other five in that group
reached their wintering'
grounds at St. Marks Na-
tional Wildlife Reserve,
in Florida on Friday Six
hatched in Baraboo were
released Oct. 29 at Hori-
con National Wildlife Ref-
uge in Wisconsin to join
the flock, most of which
was still in Wisconsin on
Friday." :
Perkins said most
research about what
whooping cranes do
and eat has involved*
the Texas-Canada flock.
The Wisconsin-Florida
flock numbers about
100, with another, 20,.in a
non-migrating flock that
never really took hold in
Florida. Like Louisiana's,
that one was considered
experimental.
"There are really a lot of
unknowns for this intro-
duced population," Per-
kins said.
She spends at least a
day each week in the
field, keeping notes on
where the birds are, how
they're distributed, what
,sort of habitat they're
using and what they're
doing.
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much time do they spend
in natural habitat com-
pared to crawfish ponds
and rice fields? Do they
spend their nights in the
artificial ponds or go to
another pond? Whoop-
ing cranes roost on the
ground, not in trees, and
standing in shallow wa-
ter protects them from
some predators while they
sleep.
King said predators
have killed fewer than he
expected so far, though
that may change in two or
three years, "Once birds
start nesting they may be
more vulnerable," he said.
For now; the idea is to
collect baseline informa-
tion that can serve as a
basis for comparison in
the future.
SThat should help bi-
ologists figure out the
.best natural habitat,
how many birds it can
support, how habitat
quality changes and
whetherbirdsraiseddiffer-
ently act differently, King
said.


Whooping cranes eat
almost anything smaller
than they are snakes,
turtles, fish, crabs, clams,
crawfish, frogs, rodents,
small birds, berries and
tubers. Perkins said they
spend 60 to080 percent
of the time foraging in
fields.
"A good share of that is
probing into the ground,"
apparently for tubers, she
said.
The cranes may eat
a bit of farmers' crops,
though far less than the
huge flocks of other wad-
ing birds that sometimes
gather at farm ponds. But


Perkins said every farmer
she's talked to has been
interested, curious about
whoopers' history in Loui-
siana and elsewhere, and
sometimes very helpful
finding birds.
She said, "I have farm-
ers texting me 'Oh, I
don't see the cranes. Did
they move? I was con-
cerned because we hunt
- what will that do to the
birds?'"'


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: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE CITY OF MARIANNA
PLANNING & ZONING BOARD OF ITS INTENT TO CONDUCT
A PUBLIC MEETING TO REVIEW THE FOLLOWING
APPLICATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS:


-FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK OF FLORIDA-
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related infrastructure on an approximate 0.68, acre parcel located
at 4215 Lafayette Street within the City of Marianna;

-OTHER BUSINESS-
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of Marianna, City Hall located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida
on Monday the 26th of November 2012 at 4:00 p.m.

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Library of Congress shows Civil War diaries


The Associated Press
WASHINGTON Let-
ters and diaries from those
who lived through the Civil
War offer a new glimpse at
the, arguments that split
the nation 150 years ago
and some of the festering
debates that survive today.
SThe Library of Congress,
which holds the largest
collection of Civil War
documents, pulled 200
items' trom its holdings to
reveal both private and
public thoughts from doz-
ens of famous and ordi-
nary citizens who lived in
the North and the South.
'Many are being shown for
the first time.
Confederate Gen.' Rob-
ert E. Lee, for one, was
grappling with divided
federal and state alle-
giances. He believed his
.greater allegiance was to
Shis" native Virginia, as he
wrote to a friend about
resigning his U.S. Army
commission.
"Sympathizing with you
in the troubles that are
pressing so heavily upon
our beloved, country &
entirely agreeing with
you in your motions of al-
legiance, I have been un-
able to make up Ty mind
to raise my hand against,
my native state, my rela-
tives, my children & my
home," he wrote in 1861.
"I have therefore resigned
my commission in the
Army."
.Lee's handwritten letter
is among dozens of writ-
ings from individuals'who
experienced the war. They,
are. featured in the new
exhibit "The Civil War in
America" at the library
in Washington until June
2013. Their voices also
are being heard again in


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Ie, .. .. -_ __II_ _
'THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOS
This undated handout image provided by the Library of Congress shows a letter written by
Mary Todd Lincoln to Julia Ann Sprigg on May 29,1862, which is part of an exhibit at the Library
of Congress of letters and diaries saved for 150 years from those who lived through the Civil
War.
a new blog created for the the root causes of the war;,
exhibition, for Benjamin Tucker Tan- '.
Foralimitedtimein2013, ner in 1800, the cause was
the extensive display will clear, as he wrote from '
feature the original draft South Carolina in his .
of President Abraham Lin- diar.. ...
coin's preliminary Emanci- "The country seems to . .
patio Proclamationl and be bordering on a civil
rarely shown copies of the war all on accourft of '-,,
Gettysburg Address. slavery," wrote the future
Beyond the generals and minister. "I pray God to
famous battles, though, rule and overrule all to his
curators set out to tell a own glory and the good of
broader story about what man." -,- .I- ..
Lincoln called "a people's A personal letter from This undated handout image
contest."' MaryTodd Lincoln in 1862 provided by the Library of
"This is a war that trick- was recently acquired by Congress shows John F. Chase.
led down into almost ev- the library and is being who lost his right arm and left
Jery home," said .Civil War publicly displayed for the eye at Gettysburg.
manuscript specialist Mi- first time. she's now finally coming
chelle Krowl. "Even people. In the handwritten note out of her grief, at least
who may seem very far on stationery with a' black to resume public affairs,"
removed from the war are border, Mary Lincoln re- Krowl said.
going to be impacted on veals her deep grief over All the documents in
some level. So it's a very,' the death of her son Willie the. exhibit are original.
human story." months earlier. Krowl said They include a massive
Curators- laid out a Mary Lincoln's grief is also mnap Gen. Stonewall Jack-
'chronological journey evident in the new movie, son commissioned of
from before the first shots "Lincoln." Virginia's Shenandoah Val-
were fired .to the deep scars "When you read this let- ley to prepare for a major
soldiers brought home in ter ... you just get a pal- campaign.
the end. pable feeling of how in the ______ "_
While some still debate depth that she's been and p W


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
A student practices writing in cursive at St. Mark's Lutheran
School in Hacienda Heights, Calif., on Oct. 18. Bucking a
growing trend of eliminating cursive from elementary school
curriculums or making it optional, California is among the
states keeping longhand as a third-grade staple.


Some states preserve

penmanship despite

technological gains


The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES The
pen may not be as mighty
as the keyboard these
days, but California and
a handful of states are not
giving up on handwriting
entirely.
Bucking a growing trend
of eliminating cursive
from elementary school
curriculums or making
it optional, California is
among the states keeping
longhand as a third-grade
staple.
The state's posture on
penmanship is not like-
ly to undercut its place
at the leading edge
of technology, but it
has teachers and students
divided over the value
of learning flowing
script and looping sig-
natures in an age of
touchpads and mobile
devices. '
Some see it as a waste of
time, an anachronism in


a digitized society where
even signatures are elec-
tronic, but others see it
as necessary so kids can
hone fine motor skills,
reinforce literacy and de-
velop their own unique
stamp of identity.
The debate comes as
45 states move toward
adopting national cur-
riculum guidelines in -
2014 for English and math
-that don't include cursive
handwriting, but require
proficiency in computer
keyboarding by the time
pupils exit elementary
school.
Several states, includ-
ing California, Georgia
and Massachlusetts, have
added a cursive require-
ment to the national stan-
dards, while most others,
such as Indiana, Illinois
and Hawaii have left it as
optional for school dis-
tricts. Some states, like,
Utah, are still studying the
issue.. .


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To the People of Florida's Second Congressional District,
I would like to express my ,eorrfeli gratitude for your '
support and prayers, and for the. confidence that you have
placed in me to continue our work. in Congress. It is'a
pri. ilege and honor to represent you. '
We have accomplished a lot together over the past two


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Cause of Mass. gas blast


that hurt 18 being probed


S. The Associated Press

SPRINGFIELD, Mass.
Dozens of building in-
spectors began assessing
homes and businesses in
one of New England's big-
gest cities on Saturday,
a day after a natural gas
explosion leveled a strip
club located next to a day
care and heavily dam-
aged a dozen other struc-
tures. The blast injured 18
people, many of them first
responders.
Investigators were trying
to figure but what caused
the Friday night blast in
Springfield that could be
heard for miles, left a large
hole in the ground where
the multistory brick build-
ing housing Scores Gen-
tleman's Club once stood
and scattered debris over
severalblocks.
Officials had already
evacuated part of the en-
tertainment district after
responding to a gas leak
and odor reporiled about
an hour before the explo-
sion while firefighters, po-
lice officers and gas com-
panrty workers were in the
area filled witl i cimieicIial
properties and residences:
"It really is a miracle and
it's an example of our pub-
lic safety officials, each and
every day, p iiiuing them-
selves in har's way, tak-
ing what could have been
considered a very routine
call of an odor of gas, but
they took the proper pre-
cautions," State Fire Mar-
shal Stephen Coan said,
'"And thanks to God that
they did."
Officials also marveled
how the 5:30 p.m. blast
occurred when a day
care center next door was
closed. The center's build-
ing was heavily damaged.
Lt. Gov. Tim Murray
and Springfield Mayor
Domenic Sarno were at-
tending a tree-lighting cer-
emony when the explosion
occurred. Sarno said some
people mistakenly thought
the boom was part of the
holiday event.
I The explosion blew
]out windows in a


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


Inspectors
stand in debris
on Saturday
at the site of a
gas explosion
that leveled a
strip club in
Springfield,
Mass.,on Friday
evening.


three-block radius, leav- causing emergency work-
ing at least three buildings ers to evacuate a six-story
irreparably damaged and apartment building.


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Sle,'to change the culture irn Washington, D.C.
Thank you again, for trusting me to be a voice for you
in Congress. Rest assured, as a lifelong resident of North
and Northwest Florida, [will always fight for the people :
.and land that I love. .
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25,2012 9AF


Donation
From Page 1A
Anyone who wants
sponsor a family or ev
one child should call 1
as soon as possible
850-482-3119.
Walmart has donated
the cause through its Hc
day Grant' Program a
has been one of the ma
contributors ever since t
store first opened in Ma
anna, the project coor
nator said.
Sonny's Bar-B-Q will h(
its annual "Tips for To.
project on Dec. 5. Loi
ceckhrities will be waiti
tables and will give th
tips to the Christmas Fur
"Tips for Toys" was a 1
success last year, the coc
dinator said.
Ann Rahal and frien
will be sponsoring the rr
jority of the foster childr
to be assisted through t
Adopt-A-Foster Child pr
gram. She, along with :
cal car dealers Ricky Mil
and George Garcia, ha
sponsored children in tI
area during the holidc
for many years. The Pr
byterian Church Me
Group and the First Bapt
Young Women's Group
also foster child sponsor
The Jackson Cour
School Board, Pat H
and her staff at the Fam
Service Center, the Chr
tian Center Church a
the Presbyterian Churi



Celebrate
From Page 1A
There will be arts a
crafts and food vendor
a bouncy house, a sli
games and train rides :
the children" And Sari
Claus is coming, too. P,
ents can .have their ch
dren's picture taken w
jolly old St. Nick.
The park is located at t
dead end of Legion Roa
Legion Road runs alor
S'side McDaniel's grocer
store. For more inforir
tion about this event, c
Crystal Avriett at 850-5
6750, Heidi Alexander
850-557-7091, or cor
municate with Avriett

SObituary

Peoples Funeral Home
2876 Orange Street
SMariaimaa, FL 32448
850-482-2233

Myrtle Curry
:Robinson

Ms. MrTtle Curry Rob:
son, of Marianna, Florii
entered into eternal rest
Sunday. November
2012 at home. She was1
years of age.
A native of lackson COL
ry, she was of the Bapt
faith, and a member of
Luke Missionary Bap1
Church.
Precious memories v
forever linger with one s(
Walter R. Robinson a
wife Lillie; daughter-i
law, Josephine "Floy a
husband Vernon; f1
grandchildren; 16 gr(
grandchildren and 0]
great-great grandchild;
nieces, three nephews a
a host of other cousins a
friends.
A celebration of her 1
will be Wednesday, N
vember 28th at 11a.m.
St. Luke Missionary Bapt
Church with Rev. Riley
Henderson, Rev. Wfillir
Harvey, Rev. Eric Grif
and Min. Carl Jones ol
coating. Interment will fi
low in the Buckho
Church Cemetery with
ranrgements entrusted
the caring staff of Peop]
Funeral Home in Maria
na.


S Men's Group will be work-
ing with the ,Christmas
Fund's Adopt-A-Senior
Program. These two agen-
to cies and church groups will
en be providing Christmas for
ter approximately 75 senior
at citizens.
The school board recruits
to assistance from teachers
)li- and students to obtain
nd food and gifts for the se-
jor nior citizens they choose
he to sponsor. The students
ri- and teachers deliver the
di- gifts and visit with their ad-
opted senior. Hall and her
ost staff recruit sponsors for 50
ys" seniors who have no family
cal to share the holidays with
ng and who reside at Chipola
eir Retirement Center.
id. 'The- "Toys for Tots"
big program is back this year
or- under the direction of
Thomas Perry and is taking
ids applications for assistance
la- with toys and gifts for the
en holidays through Dec. 3.
he Applications can be
ro- picked up at 4452 Clinton
lo- St. from Anchorage Chil-
ler drens Society. We are very
ive much looking forward to
his the "Toys for Tots" program
ays joining Jackson County's
es- Christmas activities to help
run's ensure the Spirit of Christ-
ist mas is spread throughout
ire the area.
s. Chipola College cheer-
nti' leaders are sponsoring the
all Christmas Fund's "Blanket
rily. Drive" during the annual
is- Christmas parade in down-
nd town Marianna.' Everyone
rch is encouraged gather up

'i crysitl.avriettt'gmnail.com.
S Also, the Sneads Christ-
mas Parade will be held at
4 p.m. on Dec. 1.
nd The Grand Ridge Christ-
rs, mas parade and after-part'
de, will beheldon Dec 14.The
for parade begins at 4 p.m. The
ita parade route runs from
ar- .Grand Ridge Town Hall,
*ll- on State Road 69 South,
ith down to John Thomas
Porter Park on Florida
he Street. If you wish to
id. be, in .the parade, line-
ig- up starts at 3 p.m. on
ery Hall Street next to town
aa- hall.
-all Those who want to be in
73- the parade should call town
at hall at 592-4621 for entry
in- forms and more informa-
at tion. Nov. 30 is the deadline
:' ".- 0


their change, bring it to the
Christmas parade and let
children drop the change
or dollar bills into the blan-
ket to help those in need.
In addition, the Commit-
tee has hosted its first an-
nual "Swingin' for Santa"
golf tournament headed
up by Fund President, Ma-
son Brock with assistance
from staff at Florida Public
Utilities.
"If everyone in Jackson
County would just donate
the cost of-a soda we would
be able to showwe care and
help make a difference in
the lives of all those need-
ing to know that someone
cares this holiday season,"
the coordinator wrote in
a press release about the
fund raising drive.
Call the Jackson County
Christmas Fund phone
line at 718-7768 to find
out more about how to
help. If you would like to
sponsor a child or fam-
ily call Voncille Williams
at 482-3119. Donations
can be mailed to Jackson
County Christmas Fund
PRO. Box 99, Marianna, FL
32447.
The committee asks
that other organizations
join their efforts to spread
Christmas cheer to as
many Jackson Countians
as possible ,by contact-
ing them if they plan on
providing assistance to
local children, families
or senior citizens this
Christmas.


to sign up as a participant.
Immediately following the
parade, 'a Christmas Festi-
val begins at John Thomas
Porter Park. Several special
activities for children are
planned, including a visit
from Santa Claus. He'll take
children's Christmas lists
and hand out goodie bags.
The town will serve4a free
hot dog and chili supper
for everyNone who attends.
Guests are encouraged to
bring their own lounge/
lawn chairs for comfort.
Christmas parades in
other areas of the county ,
include Marianna on Dec. '
7, at 5:30 p.m., Cottondale
pn Dec. 8, at 3 p.m. and
Graceville on Friday, Nov.
30.


Mauritanian


president returns


from France trip


The Associated Press

NOUAKCHOTT, Mau-
ritania=- Thousands of
Mauritanians lined the
road from the airport
Saturday to welcome
back President Mohamed
Would Abdel Aziz, who
went to France for five
weeks of medical treat-
merit after being acciden-
tally shot in a friendly fire
incident.
His return puts an' end
to speculation over the
state of his health, as
well as over the future. of
Mauritania. Analysts had
warned that his extended
departure could, create
the instability needed
for another coup in this
desert nation which has
suffered six since, the
1970s.
'At no moment did I fear
a coup d'etat by the army
.... because (our army)
has better things to do
than lead coup d'etats,"
Aziz told the French ra-
dio station Radio. France
International on Satur-
day morning. "I have total
confidence in the Mauri-
tanian military."
Formerly a general in the
army, Aziz came to power
himself in a 2008 coup,
ousting the country's first,
and only; democratically
elected leader. His coup
was widely denounced
by the international com-
munity, but Aziz has


since become a key ally of
the West in the fight
against terrorism in
the Sahara. Mauritania
has led raids across the
border into Mall to root
out fighters from al-
Qaida's North African ,
branch.
The 55-year-old leader
waved to the crowd. Sup-
porters had brought out
giant posters of the presi-
dent, as well as enormous
banners, welcoming him
home.
On Oct. 13, Aziz left the
Mauritanian capital in
a private, unmarked car
for a drive in the desert.
Aides later said that he
had the habit of going
out without his official
convoy. He failed to stop
at a checkpoint on the
outskirts of Nouakchott,
and guards opened fire,
hitting him in the stom-
ach. A spokesman told
the Associated Press that
the president drove him-
self to the capital's best
hospital:.
Before being airlifted to
France the next day, Aziz
invited reporters for a
bedside interview inside
his hospital room in order
to show the country that
he was conscious and
able to function. He was
covered from the waist
down in a hospital sheet,
making it impossible to
see the severity of his
injuries.


ACCIDENT INVOLVING


MOTORIZED WHEELCHAIR


& PICKUP TRUCK


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Marianna Police Officers prepare to remove-Marcus Brown's
motorized wheelchair from Highway 90 following an
accident near PennAvenue Friday night. According to
Florida Highway Patrol officialsBrown was crossing Highway 90 on
the chair when he was struck by a Ford F-150 truck driven by Hector
Santana. The FHP accident report says Santana was unable to see
Brown and, after striking him, dragged the motorized wheelchair
for 25 feet before coming to a stop. According to the FHP report
Santana then backed off of Brown and rendered aid until emergency
responders could arrive. Brown was transported to Tallahassee for
treatment for critical injuries.


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I ,:"'1 BIGAM E


MARKSKIINNER/ FLORIDAN
B randori Casey takes a knee and proposes to Lindsey Brock
d u ring halftime of the Malone-Cottondale basketball game
Friday night: The couple, high school sweethearts, has been
dating for five years, and they are both Malone graduates. The ring
Casey presented to Brock was his mother's. She passed away in
December 2011. Brock said yes.


-World Briefs


Christmas tree Egypt president must
shipment dumped in. rescind new powers
A n n"If-- tm . -.


Ausruin garden
VIENNA -An early sea-
sonal delivery went badly
wrong in Austria when
a truck was involved in
a crash and dumped 14
tons of Christmas trees in
a resident's garden.
Police inVorarlberg
state, at Austria's western
tip, say.the accident hap-
pened Friday night as a
truck with a trailer
loaded with trees drove
through the town of
Hohenems.
The trailer hit a wall,
tipped over and landed in
the garden of a house. A
police statement Saturday
said that the fire service
dispatched 30 people to
recover the hundreds of
fir trees.


CAIRO Leading
democracy advocate
Mohammed ElBaradei
says dialogue with Egypt's
Islamist president is not
possible until he rescinds
his decrees giving himself
near absolute powers.
Speaking to a handful of
journalists, including The
Associated Press, ElBara-
dei says he is hoping for a
"smooth transition with-
out plunging the country
into a cycle of violence."

Student killed in
university clash
KABUL, Afghanistan
- Sunni and Shiite
students clashed at Kabul
University on a Shiite holy
day Saturday, and Afghan


authorities say that one
person was killed.
Gen. Mohammad Zahir,
director of the criminal
investigation division,
said police were trying to
assess why the fight that
broke out in the after-
noon, killing one student
and wounding six others.
An Associated Press
reporter at the scene said
Shia and Sunni students
started fighting and by
evening, several hundred
more people joined the
melee, fist-fighting and
throwing stones at each
other. He said eyewit-
nesses at the scene said
the clash was related to
Ashoura, the commemo-
ration of the 7th
century death of the
Prophet Mohammad's
grandson.
From wire reports


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Sports Briefs
High School boys
basketball
Tuesday Marianna vs.
Malone at Chipola, 5:30
and 7 p.m.; Altha at Sneads,
6 and 7:30 p.m.; Ponce De
Leon at Cottondale, 6 and
7:30 p.m.
Thursday Marianna at
Blountstown, 5:30 and 7
p.m.; Altha at Cortondale, 6
and 7:30 p.m.
Friday- Cortondale at
Sneads, 5:30 and 7 p.m.;
Bay at Marianna. 5:30 and
7 p.m.; Malone at Poplar
Springs, 4 and 7 p.m.

High School girls
basketball
Monday Malone at Cot-
tondale, 6 and 7:30 p.m.;
Graceville at Poplar Springs,
6 p.m.; Sneads at Bay Haven
Academy, 5 p.m.
Thursday -.Bethlehem at
Malone, 5 p.m.; Vernon at
Graceville, 6 p.m.; Cotton-
dale at Ponce De Leon, 6
anrid 7:30 p.m.; Marianna at
Walton, 5:30 and 7 p.m.
Friday Cot tondale at
Sneads,_4 p.m.; Marianna
at Graceville, 5:30 p.m.;
Malone a6L Poplar Springs,
5:30p.m. ,

Chipoia women's
basketball
The Chipola Lady IndiL
ans will play in the Florida
Shootoutin Ocala this
weekend, taking on Florida
State College of Jacksonville
on Friday and Miami-Dade
on Saturday.

Chipola men's
basketball
The Indians will play
return home this weekend
for the Panhandle Classij,
takingon Santa Fe on Friday-
and Brunswick on Saturday.
Both games tip at 8 p.m.

Graceville 5K run/"v
1-mile fun run
Graceville High School will
host a 5Krun as well as a 1i -
mile fun run and half-mile
fast-walk race Dec, 15, with
prQceed.sgoingtb refurbish-
Sing th'pschpl61's track,
'ost !;$20'per: person for
.the 5K u anri$1Q.per per-
'"on f6r the fun run, which is.
for lkids middle school age
, aridunder. :.
For more information,
,contact Graceville track
coach Jajuan Clark at jajuan.
clark@jcsb.org or by calling
the school at 850-263-4451,
ext.274:

Sports items
Send all sports items to editorial'.
jctlonridan.com, or fax them to 850
482-4478 The'mailing address for the
paper is Jackon County Florndan PRO
Box 520 Mananna. FL 32447.


Gracevflle Basketball


Banged up



Tigers using


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Graceville's Derrick White makes a pass during a recent game.


breakto
BYDUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

After taking two of three games
at Walton High School to start
the season, the Graceville Ti-
gers will get two full weeks off to
rest, recover, and hopefully get
some of their key players back to


get well
100 percent.
Graceville opened up the sea-
son Monday with a pair of wins,
edging by Robertsdale, Ala., 44-
43 and winning its second game
of the night 57-38 over a replace-
ment team that stood in for
See TIGERS, Page 2B


MIVLLONE RRSBE TBJLL




Making it look easy


MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
Malone's Anthony Speights looks for the pass as he is swarmed by Cottondale Hornets on Friday night. '


Tigers coast,
past Hornets,

take 72-45 win

BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

N 1LUONE For the second
straight game, the Malone Ti-
gers had their way with a Jack-
son County opponent, routing
the Cottondale Hornets 72-45
to move to 2-0 on the season.
The Tigers were coming off


of an 82-44 win over Sneads on
Tuesday. and they were just as
impressive Friday. jumping out
to a 19-1 lead to start the game
and coasting to the finish.
The lead was 45-22 at half-
time, and it grew to 35 in
the third quarter to result
in a running clock, just as
was the case in the win over
Sneads.
"I don't know what to say," ,a
borderline- befuddled-looking
Malone coach Steen Welch
said after the game. "LIwas just
happy with the effort. I thought
we played hard, did a good job
on the boards, and took good


shots. We just played hard and
made shots."
The Hornets, who fell to 0-2
after losing 63-46 at Marianna
on Tuesday, were overwhelmed
from the start, as Malone
scored the first 12 points of
the game on a three-pointer
by Antwain Johnson, a jump-
er from Anthony Speights,
two more jumpers by Chai
Baker, and a steal resulting in
a thxee-point play by Austin
Williams.
Cottondale got its first points
on a DJ Roulhac free throw with
4:08 left in the first quarter, and
got its first field goal on a put-


back by SheldonVarmnn with 2:30
left in the period.
It was 25-5 after one
quarter and 35-9 midway
through the second follow-
ing a pair of James Dallas
buckets.
The Hornets answered with
an 11-2 runto claw their way
back to within 17, but Malone
answered with an 8-2 spurt to
end the half, with Chat Baker
knocking down a 25-toot three-
pointer from straightaway in
the closing seconds of the half
to put the Tigers up 23.
See MALONE, Page 2B


Lady Indians


cruise to ninth


consecutive victory


BYDUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The No.13 Chipola Lady In-
dians cruised to their ninth
victory of the season Friday af-
ternoon in Niceville, blasting
the Central Florida Lady Patri-
ots 70-29 in the first day of the
Northwest Florida Rick Flores
Classic.
Kristine Brance led the Lady
Indians with 28 points on six
made three-pointers, with Ray-
ven Brooks adding 15 points
and 10 rebounds, and Jasmine


Crawford 15 points and five
steals.
Jade Givens also had six points
and five assists, while Treyvonna
Brooks had a team-best nine re-
bounds to help offset for the ab-
sence of sophomore post player
Lashonda Littleton, who sat out
with a sore foot.
It was the second win over
Central Florida this season
for the Lady Indians, who also
topped the Lady Patriots 88-37
in the season opener.
See CRUISE, Page 2B


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Chipola's Kruize Pinkins goes up for a shot against
the Swamp Foxes.


Chipola holds


off Lee, moves


to 7-0 for season
BY DUSTIN KENT
Sdkent@jcfloridan.com

The No. 7 Chipola Indians continued their win-
ning ways Friday night by beating Lee College 73-
67 on the opening day of the Northwest Florida
Rick Flores Classic in Niceville. .
Terel Hall led the Indians (7-0) with 16 points,
while Kruize Pinkins added a double-double with
14 points and 11 rebounds.
* With the loss, Lee dropped to 8-2.
The Indians were coming off of back-to-back
games Monday and Tuesday against Lawson State
and Shelton State, and first-year coach Patrick
Blake said he could see signs of fatigue Friday in
his team.
See CHIPOLA, Page 2B


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SPORTS


JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


Fishing is sometimes more than just fun


Swo of my adult fishing
buddies when I was a
kid were World War II
veterans. Both men's lives were
fraught with memories of a
global conflagration that ended
but 20 years before, recollec-
tions of sights, sounds and-cir-
cumstances to which no simple
south Alabama country boy
should ever be exposed. One
served in the Medical Corps in
Europe under "G.I. General"
Omar Bradley The other sailed
the Pacific in Uncle Sam's
Navy.
The man who saw action as"
the Allied Forces drove bloodily
and relentlessly toward Berlin
sometimes talked of full-fron-
tal-naked statues in Paris or of
French women who sat down
beside men in public toilets
without partitions between
the potties. He chuckled when
recalling such things: Naive
young Southerners in the 1940s
were no more wordly than they
are today. ,
The Navy vet was wryly cyni-
cal and sarcastic. ,


BobKornegay
Outdoors Columnist
'All them posters said join the
navy and see the world," he la-
mented. "Been a lot more truth-
ful if they said join the navy and
. see Pearl Harbor. That's as far as
I got. And the timing weren't real
,good, either."
, As a youth of ten or eleven, I
hung on every word. I fantasti-
cally envisioned myself fighting
Nazis and making the world safe
from a "yellow horde" of fanati-
cal Japanese. The war stories I
heard in that old wooden john-
boat were better than televi-
sion. Hollywood could not have
scripted them better.
But the stories, good and bad,
were not told often. Mostly, my
two older buddies talked fish-
ing, not war. I've since learned


that is typical of ex-soldiers.
Combat veterans (real ones)
generally shy away from "I-saw-
action" tales, even at the risk
of perpetual obscurity. They'll
talk long and loudly about Paris,
pretty Phillipinas, and blonde,
blue-eyed Dutch girls, but rarely
speak of Panzer attacks in the
Ardennes or Kamikaze crashes
on battleship decks. They'd
sooner forget such things and
vainly tried to by holding them
inside.
Fishing, though they could
not have known or understood
it, was more than just sport or
pastime for these old veterans.
It helped them cope with things
best left unremembered. It
was self-imposed therapy long
before clinical recognition of the
now oft-cited "post traumatic
stress syndrome."
When the medic conjured
images of the horribly wounded
he saw and treated on the
battlefield, he'd speak instead.
of the big shellcrackers in
north Florida's Lake Talquin or
N lerri r's Mill Pond. He'd rather


tell fish stories than remember
the numbing cold, his frostbit-
ten feet, and the whistling,
exploding shells of the Battle of
the Bulge.
Often, of course, I'd ask ques-
tions, begging for tales of blood,
guts, and glory. Not wishing to
disappoint his grandson, he'd
sometimes dutifully oblige. Back
then I didn't understand that
haunted look in his eyes as he
called up his gruesome memo-
ries. I ignorantly and foolishly
found his cringing at the sound
of holiday fireworks mirthfully
amusing.
Looking back, I should have
had the good sense to know
that fishing was his cherished
outlet. It took the place of things
he needed to repress. Any fool,
even a young one, should have
seen the difference between
the smiles brought on by the
boating of a large fish and the
pained expressions engendered
by the recounting of his war
stories.
For him, the glory of war was.
not, as some have said, fleeting.


It was nonexistent. He didn't
revel in his willingness to serve.
The fact that he'd helped save
the world never once occurred
to him. He never understood
my fascination with what to
him was simply a very dirty
job that had to be done: A good
day's fishing was a breakwa-
ter between himself and that
hated task he was called upon
to fulfill.
Today, it's not hard for me to
look upon fishing as more than
just a pleasant pastime. It's
become an outlet for me as well.
Like everyone else, I also have
bad memories and thoughts to
repress.
No, I never stormed the
beaches at Normandy or Iwo
Jima, but I've fought my own
battles that left me in my own
way scarred. And just like those
two old buddies before me, I
find there's, nothing like the tug
of a fish on my line to make
those "wounds" just a little less
painful.
Thanks, old friends, for teach-
ing me that.


Fishing Report


LAKE SEMINOLE
Bass fishing is good. With the
fish becoming acclimated to
the consistently cooler weather,
they are becoming more ac-
tive. On shallow grass flats,
Rat-L-Traps and other lip-less
crankhaits are producing. Grass
linesinthe main lake are good
spots to target for some pretty
consistent flipping action. Slow
presentations and stout equip-
ment are key here.. .
Crappie fishing may be fair
at times along the moderately
deep channel ledges. Look for


the fish in stump fields at 10 to
15 feet and use live minnows.
Breamare very slow.
Catfish are'hit-and-miss, but a
few may be caught with earth-
worms off the river channels,
LAKE EUFAULA
Bass fishing is fair. The south-
ern emend of the lake is the best
bet at present. The cool-weather
fish are primarily holding along
deeper points near and in the
creeks. Slow-rolled spinnerbaits
can produce in these areas.
Texas-rigged lizards also have
produced fair action in the af-


ternoons on points and around
dock structure.
Crappies may bite fairly well
in deeper sections of the creeks,
especially later in the day. .
Bridge structure may also hold
some fish. Minnows are best
now.
SBream are slow and catfish
may bite worms in the flats in
the afternoon.
LAKEANDREWS/
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER
Catfish have been pretty good,
but may slow down as tem-
peratures, water level and clarity


fluctuate.
If conditions warrant, use
live earthworms to catch them
along bluff walls where currents
-are not too strong. Late in the
day, catfish may also bite on
sandbars and points.
Tailwater cats will be slow
to bite, but the fish caught in
the tailwaters will be larger
as a rule than those in other
locations.
Bream will slow down consid-
erably, but if clear water canr be
found up the creeks a few may
be taken on worms fished on
the bottom. Bream fishing in


this fashion in the creeks may
also produce some pretty good
catfish from time to time.
SBass are slow. If water condi-
tions are right, some may be
caught in the creeks on worms
and crank baits.
The bass fishing will be hit-or-
miss atbest.
Crappies are very slow right
now.

Generation schedules, pool levels, and
other such information for area waterways
may be obtained by calling toll-free 1-888-
771-4601. Follow the recorded instructions
and access the touch-tone for the Apala-
chicola River System.


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Chipola -coach Greg
Franklin said he was most-
ly satisfied with the way his
team played, particularly
without' Littleton and al-
ready having minimal size
and depth on the interior.
"I knew we had a bunch
of kids playing -different
positions '-than they nor-
mally do, so I was kind of
worried about getting off
kilter before weplay team
like Santa Fe," he said of his
team's Saturday opponent.
"But we did a pretty good
job of making those transi-
tions, and our timing was
pretty good on a lot of our
movement offensively.
"Defensively; we did
a good job in the last 10


minutes of the ballgame in
our base defense keeping
people in front of us and
putting some pressure on
the basketball. Offensively,
we dida really nice job all
night of making the extra
pass and being patient. WVe
took good shots and got a
bunch of lay-ups because
we executed offensively
when we had to set it up."
The result was a 42 per-
'cent shooting night from
distance, with Chipola
making 8-of-19 from the
three-point line.
The Lady Indians were
scheduled to take on Santa
Fe on Saturday in the final
game of the Classic, and
will compete in the Flor-
ida Shootout this week-
end in Ocala with games
against Florida State Col-
lege of Jacksonville and
Miami-Dade.,


Malone

From Page 1B
Baker scored 19 of his game-high
25 points in the first half after put-
ting up 29 points in the win over
Sneads.
"He's an animal," Welch said of his
junior star. "He really has a chance
to be as good as he wants to be, and
there are not many people who can
say that. He's got all the tools. When
he's on, we're usually on too."
The game featured the surprise
debut of Baker's big brother, Ty, who
missed the team's, two preseason
games and regular season opener
with a staph infection in his right
hand and was expected to miss up
to three more weeks.
The 6-foot-6 senior decided to
give it a go Friday with a heavily-
wrapped hand and looked piedict-
ably rusty on offense and did not
score off the bench.


It didn't much matter on this
night, with his younger brother do-
ing much of the heavy lifting.
Chai's third triple of the night put
Maloneup 30 with 2:38 on the third
quarter clock, and his fourth made
it 66-31 early in the fourth. '
The Tigers made eight three-
pointers on the night, the last com-
ing from Alonze Bailey to push the
lead to 70-36.
Bailey-finished with 13 points for
the game, with Speights adding 11,
Williams eight and Johnson seven.
Mike Gallon scored 14 points to
lead Cottondale.
Itwas the end of a frustrating week
for the Hornets, who had to start
the season ilth two difficult road
games with a shortened prepara-
tion period after the football team's
advancement into the playoffs.
There were bright spots in Tues-
day's'loss, with the Hornets show-
ing some life with 'an impressive
second quarter comeback before


the Bulldpgs eventually pulled
'away in the second half, but there
was much less to take away from
Friday's defeat.
"They just dominated us from
start to finish," Cottondale coach
Chris Obeit said of the Tigers. "We
were outcoached and outplayed.
They shot it well and defended well
and got us frustrated and' out of
sync. I thought they out-toughed
us. We were a little soft tonight. I
hope that's not a trend, but we've
got to get tougher."
The schedule will soften a bit for
the Hornets this week with district
home games against Ponce De
Leon and Altha, but they will end
the week with another tough road
contest against the Sneads Pirates,
For the Tigers, it's another in-
county matchup with the Marianna
Bulldogs on Tuesday night at the
Milton H. Johnson Health Center
before finishing up with a road game
Friday against Poplar Springs.


Chipola
From Page 1B
"It was very obvious that
it was our third game in
five days," he said. "We
were a little sluggish and
sloppy. We had a great
start, but then we strug-
gled the rest of the game
with being inconsistent
and not executing."
Chipola jumped out to a
10-0 lbad to start the con-
test, but Lee slowly clawed
its wayback into the game.
However, the Indians did
just enough to pull out the
win, which Blake said was
a very positive sign.
"I thought our guys
showed a lot of heart in
, fighting through it and
getting a win against a tal-
ented team when we didn't


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have our best game," he
said. "We're happy to
improve to 7-0."
The Indians were sched-
uled to take on Columbia
State on Saturday in the
final day of the Classic.
They'll return home
this weekend for the Pan-
handle Classic, taking on
Santa Fe on Friday and
Brunswick on Saturday.
Both games will tip at 8
p.m.


Tigers
From Page 18
previously scheduled opponent
Crestview.
But the Tiger iiffvir.d their
first loss Tuesday rivhr to the
host Braves, who ,:,,4 a 52-34
victory.
GHS pJiayt.e. witliijO ,l.rtln1,
guards Rasheed (.-:..npAl:j ,uid
Devonte Merritt, with Cim!p
bell nursing a sprained toe suf-
fered during i(.-K r(itity,iil season,
and Merritt in the hospital with
pneumonia,
Merritt is expected back In
practice by Monday, but Camp-
bell's return is more qw(.iiion-
able, with the senior point gujd
beingg listed as 'day to day' by


Graceville coach Matt Anderson
on Friday.
Given the absence of those two
players, as well as the returning
football players seeing their first
action since the Tigers' playoff
loss to Freeport, the coach said
he was happy with the effort his
team gave at Walton.
"If somebody had told me go-
ing into that situation the way it
was that we'd be 2-1, I would've
taken it right then," Anderson
said. "Walton played very .well
in the final and we didn't play
too well. But they've got a'good
team, and we were playing so
many kids out of normal posi-
tions and playing guys straight
off the football field. It just made
it really difficult. But we did well
under the circumstance."


The Tigers now get a nice break
to try to get everyone healthy
and on the same page, with their
next game not coming until Dec.
4 on the road against Sneads.
Anderson said the break comes
at a perfect time for his team.
"With as many injuries and
sickness and having so many
guys just come off the football
field as we have, to have nine
straight days to practice without
a game is kind of monumental,"
he said. "It will help us get these
guys up to speed on everything
we do and get them in basketball
shape."
While Campbell, the football
team's leading rusher, didn't
play at Walton, the Tigers did get
significant contributions from
some of their football players


such as Jared Padgett, Rashard significant for the Tigers.
McKinney, and CJ Miller. Campbell carried a large load
"Padgett and McKinney both for the football team this sea-
played very well, especially on son for a player of diminutive
the defensive end. They'll be size, but Anderson said he wasn't
able to add a great dimension worried about the wear and
defensively," Anderson said. "I tear of the football season have
also think CJ Miller gives us an- any lasting effect on his point
other post presence. He's an out- guard during the basketball
standing athlete and very strong, season.
Between him and (Chipleytrans- "He'll have at least nine full
fer) Ryan Dawson, that gives us days off from basketball, and
two posts that can help in a lot of depending on his toe, it may be
different ways." longer than that, so by the time
The coach also mentioned Ja- his toe gets better, he should be
vonte, Cotton as an incoming recovered from the wear and
football player who could have a tear," he said. "I hope with our
major defensive impact. added depth this year, he may
However, it's the return of the not have to play as many min-
senior Campbell, who was an utes as last year. But we certainly
All-County selection as a ju- need him out there. He makes us
nior, that promises to be most a lot better."


Chipola's
Lashonda
Littleton
attempts
a shot
against
Miami-
Dade.








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MONDAY NIGHT ROLLERS
NOV. 19
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L
1) Adam's Funeral Home 11-5
2) I Don't Know 10-6
3) Marianna Office Supply 9-7
4) Mary's Day Care 8-8
5) 2 Men & A Lady 6-10


SPORTS


6) Monday Nite Special 4-12
a High Team Game: Adam's Funeral Home:
717
" High Team Series: I Don't Know: 2044
" High Game Female: Linda Mathis: 171
" High Game Male: Don Still: 244
" High Series Female: Barb Gilbertson: 469
a High Series Male: Tom Arnold: 655
TUESDAY MORNING COFFEE LEAGUE
NOV. 20
TEAM STANDINGS


W-L
1) Kindel Awards 36-20
2) Down Home Dental Center 32-24
3) Family Dentistry 31-25
4) Champion Tile 30.5-255
5) Jim's Buffet & Grill 29-27
6) James & Sikes 23.5-325
7) Marianna Animal Hospital 23-33
8) Pacers 21-35
a High Team Game: Jim's Buffet & Grill
a High Team Series: Champion Tile: 2813
a High Game Female: Bettie Grinsted: 203
a High Game Male: Don Foley: 225


JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


a High Series Female: LuAnn Kindelspire: 520
a High Series Man: Don Foley: 637
WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED
NOV. 21
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L
1) Big Lots 31-21
2) Fireballs 30-22
3) Adventure Drive 30-22
4) Try Hards 29-23
5) Perfections Detailing 27-25


6) Marianna Metal 26-26
7) Hollis Body Shop 26-26
8) Harley Hawgs 25-27
9) EJ Sound Machine 25-27
10) 2 Pair of Nuts 24-28
11) Smith's Supermarket 24-28
12) Mr. Bingo 15-37
a High Team Handicap Game: Try Hards: 978
a High Team Handicap Series: Big Lots: 2784
a High Game Female: Ashlee Walker 220
a High Game Male: Jay Roberts: 280
a High Series Female: Ashlee Walker: 519
a High Series Male: Jay Roberts: 785


College F botball



Turnovers key in Gators win over 'Noles


The Associated Press

TALLAHASSEE Mike Gil-
lislee ran for two.touchdowns and
No. 6 Florida scored 24 straight
points in the fourth quarter to de-
feat Florida State 37-26 Saturday
and keep its national title hopes
alive.
Florida regained the lead 23-20
on Gillislee's 37-yard runwith 11:01
left in the final period on the first
play after Florida State's EJ Manuel
fumbled, his fourth turnover of the
*game. Gillislee finished with 140
yards rushing.
Florida (11-1, 7-1 Southeastern
Conference) came into the game
fourth in the BCS standings, and
the gators could find themselves in
position to earn a spot in the na-
tional championship game if No.
1 Notre Dame loses to Southern
California.
he Gators lone loss was in late Oc-
tober to third-ranked Georgia, and
it will keep them out of the SEC title
game.
Florida State (10-2, 7-1 Atlan-
tic Coast Conference) was hurt
by five turnovers in the game.
The Seminoles will play Georgia
Tech next. week in the ACC title
game.
Florida State was hoping to keep
its own long shot national title
hopes alive, and restore a bit of re-
spect-for its conference, with a third
straight win over the Gators, but
couldn't.


Florida salted its victory away on
a Jeff Driskel's 14-yard touchdown
throw to Quinton Dunbar with sev-
en minutes left and Matt Jones' 32-
yard run with 2:33 left for a 37-20
lead.
Caleb Sturgis kicked three field
goals for the Gators. Florida State's
Dustin Hopkins had field goals
of 50 and 53 yards to tie former
Georgia kicker Billy Bennett's
NCAA record of 87 career field
goals.
Florida State scored 20 straight
points to wipe out an early 13-0 defi-
cit. Manuel threw a 6-yard TD pass
to Nick O'Leary and the quarterback
bootlegged in from a yard out with
8:30 remaining.
When Dustin Hopkins kicked a 53-
yard field goal with 4:24 left in the
third, the Seminoles looked as if they
were on their way.
But Florida. dominated the fourth
quarter.
Gillislee's go-ahead TD run
came the first play after Florida's
Dominque Easley recovered the
fumble by Manuel, who coughed up
the ball after being nailed by Anto-
nio Morrison. Manuel had to leave
the game for a series, but was unable
to rally the Seminoles after returning
to the game.
Itwas a tough game for Manuel for
the second straight year against the
Gators. He threw for only 65 yards in
a 21-7 win at Florida last season and
was intercepted three times Satur-.
day in addition to the costly fourth


quarter fumble. It was only the sec-
ond time he was intercepted three
times in a game.
Florida dominated the first half,
building a 13-0 lead before Flor-
ida State scored on the final play
of the half when Dustin Hopkins
kicked a 50-yard field goal into the
wind.
Sturgis hit field goals of 39 and 45
yards and Gillislee scored on a 9-
yard run moments after the Gators
recovered a fumble on the kickoff by
Florida State's Karlos Williams at the
Seminoles 21.
The Gators, who missed a gold-
en scoring opportunity near the
end of the first quarter when Trey
Burton underthrew a wide open
Clay Burton at about the Flori-
da State 10, ran 25 plays in the
opening quarter to eight for the
Seminoles.
Florida also had a chance to add
to its 13-0 lead after intercepting
Manuel the second time in the half
at Florida State's 24.
However, Jeff Driskel was sacked
for a 10-yard loss after a false start
penalty that pushed the Gators too
far back for another field goal try by
the steady Sturgis.
After two running plays, drew boos
from the home crowd, the Semi-.
noles took to the air in the final 39
seconds and Manuel found Kenny
Shaw twice for 27 yards on a short
drive to set up Hopkins 50-yard
field goal as time expired in the
half.


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ATHENS, Ga. Aaron
Murray threw two touch-
down passes, Todd Gurley
and Keith Marshall each
ran for a pair of TDs, and
No. 3 Georgia stayed right
in the thick of the national
championship race with a
42-10 rout of Georgia Tech
on Saturday.
The Bulldogs (11-1) ex-
tended the domination of
the Yellow Jackets, beating
their state rival for the 11th
time in 12 meetings. This
one was a laugher from
the start as the home team
scored just over a minute
into the game, built a 28-3
halftime lead and was up
42-3 before Georgia Tech
(6-6) scored its lone TD.
Georgia will face No. 2
Alabama for the South-
eastern Conference cham-
pionship next Saturday
Murray completed 14 of
17 for 215 yards, becom-
ing the first quarterback in
SEC history to pass from
more than 3,000 yards in
three straight seasons.
Gurlev finished with 97
yards on 12 carries and
nowhas 14 touchdowns on
ihc sca-jnn, one shy of Her-
schelWalker's school fresh-
man record set in 1980.
Marshall, also a freshman,
piled up 66 yards on just
seven carries.
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OFcirci- lc rne up big for
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cord. Ogh-ri,-f Il 15 tack-
les, everal of which were
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highest total by a Georgia
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after Miami pulled out
from pnostseason consid-
eration, hoping to lessen
the blow from a pending
NCAA investigation.
' Malcolm MNlitchell re-
turned the opening kick-
off 47 yards to the Georgia
Tech 44, and the rout was
on. Murray completed an
11-yard pass to Gurley,
Gurley brdke off a 15-yard
run, Murray hooked up
with Arthur Lynch on a
157yard pass, and Gurley
ran 3 yards for die score.
Four snaps, and it was 7-0.
Thd game was 63 seconds
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Alabama rolls over Auburn in Iron Bowl


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TUSCALOOSA. Aia. No. 2
Alabama really owns the sate
now.
AJ McCarron passed for four
touchdowns and Eddie Lacy
rushed for 131 yard,; and rwon
scores to lead the Crimson Tide
to a 49-0 heatdown of rival. Au-
burn on Saturday in the most
lopsided hon Bowl in 61 years.
The Crimson l-ide 10-1. 7-
1 Southeastern Conterencei
clinched the Western Diision
title outright and a spot in the
conference title game against
No. 3 Georgia with the winner
likely getting a national champi-
onship shot.
None of that will come as eas-
fly as this one. Auburn 13-9, 0-8)
completed the worst season for
any tean within two years of
winning an Associated Press na-
lionad title in what might have
been the last game for embattled
coach Gene Chizik.
Universir. President Jay Gogue
has only said he'll evaluate the
program at season's end. That
end came in a painful way for,
the Tigers.
Chizik met Tide coach Nick Sa-
ban briefly at midfield, hugged
McCarron, and walked off the
field with cameras following Ihis
every move.


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Alabama running back Eddie Lacy (42) scores a touchdown as Auburn defensive end Dee Ford (95) pursues during
the game at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa. Ala. on Saturday.
h
The biggest Iron Bowl margin final seconds after getting to the ton & Co. completed the rival-
was Alabama's 55-0 victory in 5. ry's largest comeback in the
1948 Alabama outgained the Tigers last \isit to Brvant-Denny Sta-
This one could hate topped 483-163 and had 25 first downs dium two years ago. This one
that but Saban played subs for to Auburn's seven, supplied another milestone of
much of the second half. The Atburn hasn't scored an of- sorts.
Tide lost a fumble inside Au- pensive touchdown in the last It's the first time Alabama has
burn's 10 and then ran ouit the two meetings since Cam New- scnred -fi-nliiSD nninrt in n;n


straight Iron Bowls, following
last season's 42-14 win when Au-
burn managed to score on a kick
return and fumble recovery.
The halftime score was the
same as the Tide had last
week against FCS team West-
ern Carolina, which finished
1-10.
McCarron completed 15
of 21 passes for 216 yards in
2-1/2 quarters, including a
pair of touchdowns apiece
to Amari Cooper and Kevin
Norwood.
Lacy ran 18 times for 131
yards, frequently pinballing off
defenders from a defense that
ranks last in the SEC against the
run.
Auburn freshman Jonathan
Wallace completed 5 of 14 pass-
es with two interceptions against
the nation's top scoring defense.
He's only the third freshman
quarterback to start an Iron
Bowl for the Tigersand first since
Gabe Gross in 1998.
Tre Mason ran 21 times for 82
yards for Auburn, topping 1,000
for the season on the game's final
play.
The worst news foi Alabama
was aon the injuiy front. ;a-
ban said wide receiver Kenny
Bell sustained a broken left
leg and will have to have a rod
inserted.


Brash boxer 'Macho' Camacho dies in Puerto Rico


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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico- Hec-
tor "Macho" Camacho was a
brash fighter with a mean jab and
an aggressive sryle, launching
himself futriotisly against some
of the biggest names in boxing.
And his bad-boy persona 4was.
not entirely an act, with a li-storN-
of legal scrapes that began in his
teens and continued throtIghout
his life.
The man who once starred at
the pinnacle of boxing, winning
several world tides, died Satur-
day after being ambushed .in a
parking lot back in the Puerto
Rican town of Bayamnon where
he was born. Packets of cocaine
were foundwere found in the car
in which he was shot.


Camacho, 50, left behind a rep-
utation for flamboyance lead-
ing fans in cheers of "It's Macho
time!" before fights and for
fearsome skills as one of the top
fighters of his generation.
"He excited boxing fans around
the world with his inimitable
style.' promoter Don King told
The Associated Press. "
' Camacho fought profession-
ally for three decades, from his
humble debut against Da'id
Brown at New bYork's Felt Forum
in 1980 to an equally forgettable
swansong against Saul Duran in
Kissimmee, Florida, in 2010.
In between, he fought some of
Sthe biggest stars spanning two
eras, including Sugar Ray Leon-
ard, Felix Trinidad, Oscar De La
Hoya and Rober to Duran.


"Hector was a fighter who
brought a lot of excitement to
boxing." said Ed Brophy, execu-
tive director of International the
Boxing Hall of Fame. "He was a
good champion. Roberto Duran
is kind of in a class of his own,
but Hector surely was an excit-
ing fighter'that gave his all'to the
sport."
Camacho's family moved to
New York when he was young
and he grew up in Spanish Har-
lem, which at the time was rife
with, crime. .Camacho landed in
jail as a teenager before turning
to boxing, which for many kids
in his neighborhood provided an
outlet for their aggression.
"This is something I've done
all my life, you know?" Camacho
toltThe Associated Press after a


workout in 2010. "A couple years
back, when I was doing it, I was
still enjoying it. The competition,
to see myself perform. I know I'm
at the age that some people can't
do this no more." -
Former featherweight cham-
pion Juan Laporte, a friend since
childhood, described Cama-
cho as "like a little brother who
was always getting into trou-
ble," but otherwise combined a
friendly nature with a powerful
jab.
"He's a good human being, a
good hearted person," Laporte
said as he waited' with other
friends and members of the box-
er's family outside the hospital
in San Juan after the shooting.
"A lot of people think of him as
a cocky person but that was his


motto ... Inside he was just a kid
looking for something."
Laporte lamented that Cama-
cho never found a mentor to
guide him outside the boxing
ring.
Drug, alcohol and other prob-
lems trailed Camacho himself
after the prime of his boxing ca-
reer. He was sentenced in 2007
to seven years in prison for the
burglary of a computer store in
Mississippi. While arresting him
on the burglary charge in Janu-
ary 2005, police also found the
drug ecstasy.
A judge eventually suspended
all but one year of the sentence
and gave Camacho probation.
He wound up serving two weeks
in jail, though, after violating
that probation..


Johnson, Miami hold off Duke


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DURFUNI, N.C.- Fresh-
man Duke Johnson rushed
for season highs of 176
yards and three touch-
downs, Stephen MNorris
had three passing' scores
and Miami held on to beat
Duke 52-45 on Saturday
and claim a share of the
ACC's Coastal Division
title.
In a wild affair in which
the teams combined for
1,229 'total yards, Morris
finished 15 of 25 for 369
yards for the Hurricanes
(7-5, 5-3) -' who never
trailed but could never re-
ally breathe easy, either. ,
Sean Renfree threw for a
career-high 432 yards and
a career-high-tying four
touchdowns in his final
home game for Duke (6-6,
3-5), which trailed by 21
late. Brandon Connette's


second touchdown run
of die day ptdled the Blue
Devils within seven points
with 2:32 left.
After Ross Nan rin'sonside
kick went out of bounds,
Miamni ran out the clock to
seal its first share of a divi-
sion title since joining the
ACC- in 2004.
Morris' touchdown pass-
es covered 11 yards to Clive
Walford, 72 yards to Mike
James and 65 y-ards to Herb
Waters. James also had a 1-
yard scoring plunge late in
the first:half.
Johnson scored on runs
of 18, 6 and 65 yards. He
finished his freshman year
with 947 yards rushing,
easily surpassing Clinton
Portis' 13--vear-old school
freshman rushing record
of 838 yards.
Johnson nearly, threw
a touchdown pass, too,
but replay officials de-


termined 'that-. his .late
1-yard jump pass to Wa]-
ford' on fourth-and-goal
bounced off the end zone
turf before he could pull it
in.
-On 'Duke's next snap,
Renfree hit Jamison
Crowder for a 99-yard
touchdown pass the
longest play in school his-
tory- with 11:45 left. That
pulled Duke within 45-31.
Renfree, who was 36 of 59,
added scoring passes of
23 yards to Crowder and
10 and 6 yards to Conner
Vernon.
,Connette had an early
4-yard touchdown run.
Crowder finished with
eight catches for 203 yards
while Vernon added 11 re-
ceptions for 109 yards for
the Blue Devils, who will
enter their first bowl game
since 1994 on a four-game
losing streak.


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Dear Annie: I amin a dispute with my
kids' middle school. For the past two
summers, the school has recommended
to our 8th-grade students several reading
selections that contain crude language
and explicit sexual content. I don't
understand why. The "reading specialist"
who helped select the titles says, "Kids
need to read things that aren't pretty, be-
cause life isn't perfect." I argue that they
can read about all of the imperfect things
in the world in the newspaper without
the lewd language and sexual content.
I'm also disgusted with the administra-
tion and school committee for support-
ing these recommendations. I'm not
looking to ban any books. Parents are
free to acquire these titles at bookstores
and libraries. I'm only lookingfor the
school to exhibit some level of respect
when suggesting titles for their students.
Is this a common situation? Can par-
ents no longer assume that the books our
schools are giving to our kids are within
expected parameters?
SICKENED ON THE EAST COAST

Dear Sickened: We assume you have
read these books and so have affair basis
for your complaint. Some books with of-
fensive language or content are valuable
selections because problems are brought
up in a way that provokes a careful and
intelligent discussion of issues that kids
need to hear and that parents are often
reluctant to bring up. However, if you feel
these books do not accomplish any-
thing worthwhile, the best way to alter
the school's choices is to get a group of


The Senior Life Master stood and
surveyed his students.
"How did each of you get here .
today?" he asked rhetorically. "By
several different routes. It is often
the same at the bridge table. There
will be more than one possible line
to reach the number of tricks that
you need to make your contract.
Your job is to choose the best.
"Look at the North-South hands
on the first handout sheet. You are
in three no-trump. West leads a low
spade to East's king and your ace.
How would you continue?"
After giving them a chance to
decide on their play, the SLM
continued. I trust (hesaid) that
you started by counting your top
tricks, your instant winners. Here,
you should see six: two spades
(given trick one), two diamonds
and two clubs. You need three more
winners. They could come from
hearts, if the suit splits 3-3 or if West
has ace-doubleton and you lead
through him twice. Or they could
be gained from clubs.
The clubs offer a better chance
than hearts, but if the club finesse
loses, you will go down because
West will lead another spade and
you will have only eight tricks.
The secret is to play on hearts and
clubs. East surely has the heart ace
for his overcall. So, play a diamond
to dummy's king, then call for a low
heart. How does East defend?
If he wins with his ace, you have
nine winners from two spades,
three hearts, two diamonds and
two clubs. Or, if East plays a low
heart, you win that trick and shift to
clubs, taking two spades, one heart,
two diamonds and four clubs.


parents together and raise your concerns
with the administration. They are more
likely to listen to multiple parents who
offer reasonable objections.
Dear Anne My sister and I have been
estranged for many years, in part be-
cause I was not a good sister, and also
because her husband is a'liar who stole
more than $60,000 from our parents,
who could not afford the loss.
I am getting married soon, and my
parents would like to see us get along. I
was happy to invite her to my wedding,
but when she RSVP'd, she included her
husband. He was not invited.
If I tell her he's not welcome, I fear the
reunion my parents want will be can-
celed and our relationship will never be
repaired. However, it is my wedding day,
and I don't want my sister's husband's
presence to put a damper on it. Any
suggestions?
-WANT PEACE IN THE FAMILY

Dear Pacei:We hate to stick up for a
guy who stole money from your parents,
but it is improper to invite one half of a
married couple, no matter how much
you dislike the guy. They are a package
deal. Your parents, who were his victims,
seem willing to forgive him. And you
admit that you weren't a "good sister." So
there appears to be blame to go around
and forgiveness from those who were
most aggrieved. You don't have to inter-
act with the guy or be more than polite.
But try to tolerate his presence for the
sake of your parents. This is apparently
the price of reconciliation.


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plays keyboards, percus-
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on the album.
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References upon request, 20+ yrs experience.
Mary Helen 334-648-1388


Non-Medical Caregiving;
The care you want with the
assistance you need.
Lisa Revells
850-272-2117/592-2750
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30% off storewide 4-5 AM
20% off storewide 5-6AM
15% off storewide 6-10 AM
10% off storewide 10 AM till Closing
excludes gas grilles and Craftsman tools


t$E.
AI(iR) CMOPNTONERS

Dehumidifier, Whirlpool, $50 850-592-1234
Electric oHil heaters (2)$20 ea 850-592-1234
Wheelchair, INVACARE new $200 850-592-1234

FIREWOOD for Sale! Good Pricesl
You Cut or We Cut! Delivery Available in ,
Certain Areas. Call for More Info!
Tree tlearing-and clean-up available also.
Priced According to Load Size. 334-735-2957
SSplit Oak Firewood, Delivered in Wiregrass.'
S$75 For a Full sized Pickup load. $12 for 5
Gallon bucket of kindling wood. 334-393-9923


*i GUN SHOW *
December 1st and 2nd
National Peanut Festival Building
Hwy 231 S. Dothan, Alabama
Over 270 Tables *
SSat. 9-5 # Sun. 10-4
Call 334-279-9895
JEWLR &8 WA~TCHESI .
Wanted: Old Coins, Gold,
Diamonds, Guns, And Tools
West Main Jewelry &,Loan 334-671-1440.

Bolens Lawn Tractor-11/2 years old *
13.5 B & S Engine, Big Mower
Needs battery, Maybe belt
Otherwise, Good Shape, Cuts Great! $200 OBO
S334-699-3496 Webb/Kinsey Area



Basset Hound pups, AKC reg. $350. Now taking
deposits. Ready by Christmas. 1 F/3 M avail.
For more info/pics, go to www.blountsbamaba
ssets.doodlekit.com or call 334-797-6063.
.English Bulldog Puppies AKC. Championship
bloodlines. Mother and father both on site.
$1t700. First shots and vet health checked.
Call Tony 334-684-6140 or text 334-313-7217
English Bulldog Puppies CKC 1-M, 4-F ready for
adoption by 12-15 serious inquiries only,
1st shots 850-593-6171

Bil I M UU1 :1TIF111 & fmp T:wlcal lcv 11 C JTTlm
Free Rescued Dogs to GOOD homes ONLY.
Many breeds, S/W, Call 334-791-7312!
German Shepherd puppies: AKC white, S/W,
Ready for a new home. $250. Call 334-406-9496
Maltese AKC Pups!
,- -" -Will be small. 51W,
Sj M & F. Ready Now!
tai^ JB wi, DeIver!
."ifCall 334-734&.O o
Reg. Jack Russell Puppies $200. 850-762-8657.
Yorkie-Poos on Sale$225,
-Ready Now Yorkiesl.
Taking deposit on Chork ides.
4 334.718^88 4.

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SAplin Farms
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Tomatoes Sweet Corn *
^ Peas* Peppers*
Turnip Mustard greens
& Pumpkins
Open Mon-Sat. 8-6
4 334-726-5104 4=


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For info call 850-579-8895


2/1 UnFurn. or Furn. Apt Good Location! *
Clean, h/w floors, No pets, W/D supplied
4 850-718-5089/482-4172/624-7407 4=

Apts. in Greenwood 2BR $450 1BR $400
850-326-4289
The New Marianna
Gardens Apartments
Immediate occupancy on
2 & 3 BR apartments With
subsidy available. .
3070 Carters Mill Rd.'
Marianna, FL32446
850-482-5358, TDD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity

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850-2093322 JCRoadDept
850-573-6594 850-3522199 Graduation from high
+4128 Hwy 231 school, and 6 to 9 years of
experience in road construction,
MILLS including considerable supervisory
PRODUCE experience; or any equivalent
Slocomb Tomatoes combination of training and experience
Cane Juice Greens which provides the required knowledge,
Sweet Potatoes skills and abilities. Must have a valid
SJ Hot Boiled Peanuts Class A CDL prior to employment.
citrus Hwy52W Starting Salary: $27,303.00/yr.
3I -7Malvern Deadline to apply: 11/26/12
.334-712-07W0. .,.
Now open Jackson Farms Grand Ridge, FL Submit Jackson County employment
U-Pick Tomatoes and Peppers! application to:
Bring your own bucket! 7 days a week. Human Resources Dept.,
4;8,50.;592-55i9 4m,*** *',,
850-592-5579 ^ 2864 Madison St,
Satsu mas! Cherokee Satsumas Marianna, FL 32448.
Available at Cherokee Ranch;1525Fairview Ph (850) 482-9633.
,Rd.Marianna 850-579-4641 or 850-573.0885 www.jacksoncountyfl.net
V ,, 4 .1 j11EEO/ADA/VetPref/Drug.Free Workplace.,

Full Time Dental Assistant
.ji" *. Experience.a must Good benefits.
J :, t Mail resume to: Dr. Henry A. Knowles
'- 'Jr. 4318 Kelson Ave. Marianna, FL. 32446
fax 850-526-3532 or
Call 526-3939 or 272-0432.




w%^' fW\". EDUCATION'"*
& INSTRUCTION
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SCHIO-OL &INSTRUCTION
P & Classes.Forming Now
And Other Fresh Vegetables!! for Medical Assisting,
FORTI o
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All Farm Fresh! More!
C OLLEGE Call Fortis College
220 H y 52MalernToda~y! 888-202-4813 or,
S334-793-6690 * visit www.fortiscollege.edu. For consumer
0__ 334"793-690 U 1 _information visit www.fortis.edu /
SUGAR CANE! Ready for Syrup Processing or
Can Be Used For Seed Cane. Ponce De Leon
Area. Buy by the Stalk Or By The Truckload RETIREMENT IS J
850-835-6803 or 850-571-8152
AreAROUND THE COF
--Are you worried about your retirement savin
SLarge rolls of Hay for Sale have always wanted to retire early, bu
ahia astal figure out how? Newspaper routes are a
Bahia & Coastal supplemental income. Just a small investment
Daytime 334-585-3039, make a big investment in your ret
after 5pm & weekends 585-5418
HORSES &C .TEFLO RID M
HORSE FOR SALE Black & Whitespotted Come By And Inquire Ted
mare, gaited, 19 years old, excellent pleasure 403 Contitution Lane Marianna
horse, 15.1 hands, $1,250. Call 334-685-1627.
HORSE TRAILER: 2004 Super Bee | -
2 horses, walk-thru, bumper pull, double
Sdutch doors, padded sides & butt bars,
L.. .$2,995 BO. Call 334-685-1627
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your area.,
No t _tosmall /Csto m Xhinning .. .. -- fl ,
all Pea River Tim~ber Cedar Chest $45.850-592-2881
a P a R e Baby Clothes boys 2T-4T. $50 850-693-3260.
S334-389-2003 Baby Clothes -girl 0-12 mo. $30:bx, 850-693-3260
Couch table $85 850-272-6903
*Dinette set, round,w/4 chairs $175 850-272-6903
Dining room set w/4 chairs $150 850-272-6903
Dishwasher, $75 850-482-3404
4 V %p p Dresser, headboard, chest $75/all 850-482-3404
Fir Christmas Tree 8' lighted $75. 850-209-0593
Hair Dryers, Antique 50's, $25 ea., 850-557-0778


1 &2BR Houses & Apts ALSO
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own
Lot rent included. For details


*l 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4w
1 & 2BR Houses & Apts ALSO
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own
Lot rent included. For details
850-557-3432 or .850-814-6515 4
3BR/1BA, Newly renovated, Church St. C'dale
`CH&A, 2 blocks to school, covered/detached
carport, fenced yard. $650+deposit. No Pets.
850-352-4222/557-4513.
3BR 2BA House in Dogwood Hts, W/D, pets wel-
come, fenced yard, storage shed. $800 + dep
850-557-2198 ask for Marcus
3BR/2BA in C'dale 2770 Buttercup Ln on 35 ac
w/gar/barn, CH/A $950 + dep. 850-527-6060
Austin Tyler & Associates *
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Jeff Gordon Collection: 12 pc.$100.850-557-0778
Men's ring 10 ct, sz 11.5 $100 850-209-0593
Mirror w/shelves, $50. 850-693-3260.
Recliner $65 850-272-6903
Scooter, Jazzy, ho charger $500 850-482-3404
Shirts/Jeans, boys 14/16 $1 a 850-693-3260
Wall Surround Kit: New $100.850-352-2040
Washer & Dryer Whirlpool $150.850-592-8221
Wedding gown, new, sz 16, $300 850-693-3260.


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RESIDENTIAL
UAJRPAL ESTATEFOR RENT

$775 monthly rent. 4 bedrooms 2 baths + bonus
room. County water connected. Large front &
backyard. Upgraded A/C. Sun room & laundry
room, washer/dryer hookup, wood floors in
(most of house). Storm windows installed.
Covered 2 car/truck carport: Terms: 1 year
Lease. Call 813-506-0912.


2 & 3 bedroom mobile Homes in Cottondale.
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included.
http://www.charloscountryliving.com.
850-209-8847
2&3BRMH's in
Marianna & Sneads (850)209-8595.
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale.
NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month
Roomate situation also available.
850-258-1594 Leave Message
2BR 1BA MH in Dellwood, Water/sewer incl. on
own lot, $375 + $375 dep.850-592-4625
Small Quiet Family Oriented Park 1,2 & 3BR
MH's for Rent includes water, garbage, lawn
care, No Pets. 850-592-1639.
frNTI'^ COMMERCIAL
MEN RAL ESTATE FOR RENT

Car Repair Shop, Marianna, Milton Avenue;
3 Lifts, 3,000+ SF, Fenced Storage yard,
$1250/Mo. 850-209-3291
KA RESIDENTIAL
( L;! REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FAMLN,TIM E
m* FORESTLAND & HOMESITES 4w
Managed forestlands, natural and planted,
Mature timber, and rural home sites, 10+ to
240+/- acre parcels, Jackson County. Fla. near
Marianna, 110 & US Hwy. 231, $2,850+/-ac.,
Cal ,850-526-0176 or cct@phonl.com

13 RECREATION


Fun Cart built by Carter.
Matrix 150,.2 valve,
air cooled engine..
Still new, 2011, moving.
Call Larry (334) 618-7646





X eme Packages From
Extreme $4,995
K Sif All Welded
,Boal All Aluminum Boats
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AFODBE BEAUIFU BEAH ETAAY
2/2/2,Move-i Ready

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... "Mercedes 2006 S1500,
For Sale By Owner NADA
$29,599, Sell: $25,999.,
... Call 334-714-2700.


B 2011 Winnebago Access
26Q with only 1,500 miles.
vi0 gas engine. Slideout
S Sleeps 6, Master bedroom,
microwave/convection
oven, fridge, freezer and
range w/oven, 2 LCD TVs, radio and rear cam-
era. Asking $70,000. Call Rodney 334-333-2044.

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2005 Toyota Camry LE 1-owner 102K mi. leather
seats, alloy wheels, tinted windows, exc. cond.
$9500. 334-714-0858
Chevrolet 2001 Metro LSi. Automatic transmis-
sion, bucket seats, AM/FM radio. 84,200 miles.
White interior/grey exterior. Good, clean, de-
pendable car. Perfect for a student. GREAT
GAS MILEAGE. Simple...compact... sporty...easy
to drive. $3000 OBO. Call: 334-790-7515 (leave
message)
fi Chevrolet 2008 Malibu LT
Maroon Vw' gray interior,
satellite radio, sunroof,
MP3 outlet. 28k miles,
$14,995. Call 334-797-0987
B Chrysler 2007 Town &
Country Touring.
Loaded, 3rd seat, front and
rear air, 100.000 miles.
Excellent condition, clean,
wholesale, $7,400. Call 334-790-7959.
"h am Dodge, 2010 Challenger;
FULLY LOADED with 22in
Srims, new tires, heated
-"seats, power everything,
cd player and much more. Has every option
available. Has 23,000 miles and 7 year bumper
to bumper. $34,000 Call Scott at 334-596-9444.
Have kids; Please, No Calls After 9 PM
~'" -...'ii Dodge 2012 ChargerRARE
One Of A Kind! Candy Ap-
ple Triple Coat Red, LOAD-
ED, Red/Black Leather In-
terior, Sound System, Front/Back seats heated
& A/C, Heated & A/C cup holders! Touchscreen
DVD/CD Player, $37,000 Call Scott 334-596-
9444. Have kids; Please, No Calls After 9 PM


$0 Down/lst Payment, Tax, Tag & Title
Repos, Slow Credit, Past Bankruptcy OK!
Push, Pull or Drag, Will Trade Anything!
First Payment 30 Days Out!

Hyundai 2001 Accent GL,
T' ~S "v ~automatic, 4 cylinder, 4
door. 65,000 miles, clean,
S$3895. Call 334-790-7959.

Lexus 2003 LX470-One owner, garage kept,
light beige, 120K miles, Reduce for quick Sale
$20,500 334-687-5283


gGMC 2008 Acadia SLT:
White, loaded with leather
seats, satellite radio, on-
star, V6, 104k mi, extended
warranty up to 135k miles.
$19,995. Call 334-797-0987
TRCS UE T A -TOS, RAIER
s Chevorlet 2012 Silverado
LT 1500 Z71: ext cab.
gray, 5.3 Engine, Brand
New, 3000 miles. $26,900.
:..Call 334-714-7251.

SFord 1987 3910 Tractor Excellent Condition,
Taylorway Cutter 2010, 5ft. Disc Harrow, All for
$10,000 334-695-5123 or 334-687-2319
-, ,. U -- Ford 1999 Pick up F-350,
jSHRIMP '- .,._ Refrigerated body, '.
L' ", ( 7X10X6, Carrier Sunbird
lH- Mirf unit, 5-speed standard
transmission, trailer hitch
equipped. Excellent Condition. $8,500
Call 334-791-9099
Kobelco Excavator large machine 35 ft. reach,
2 yard bucket, runs good..Owner Financing
$25,000. 386-312-6363. Heavy Equipment.


if," CALL FOR TOP PRICE

FOR JUNK VEHICLES
I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
24 HOUR TOWING ,'334-792-8664


Got a Clunker
:I ,- oaurWe'll be your Junker!d
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I t and Farm Equip. at a
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CALL CRESH HARRISON 850-482-1700


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MARIANNA This
r,,:,v:,- just waiting
S _* r,.,, ,:,1 to call it your
:'5 r,,n,,,3BR/1.S BA
1100 St.
L-, : on 1.15
3:,. Large" oak
I,-: the yard,
ojn.. .n the front
e for kids in the yard! Large open kitchen and
his home is new on the market to call today
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secluded acres
nestled between
Indian Springs
Golf Course and
Blue Springs.
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Office Cleaning
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850-526-2336




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Social Security?
Then let the experts help. Retired Social lI | IF |l
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Director Jerry Glover knows the law and
wants to help you. -. --
Call today for your FREE Consultation
(850) 762-2266 or (850) 557-6251

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All Tractor Repair
MF, Ford, IMT, New Holland
37 years experience
Call Jimmy at (850) 209-1336

M&M Day Laborers
Need general labor for'the day-week?
Call: 850-272-2339
Most all type work done
SSmall jobs Big jobs Satisfaction is our goal
SGod Bless America


HAPPY
HOME REPAIR
WE'LL BEAT ANY PRICE!!
Big Or Small Jobs WELCOME


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Totally renovated Gulf Front Condo
Panama City Beach. Gulf and Pool views.
Only $69,900.
Call Carrie Routt 850-867-5309
Keller Williams Realty


Toyota 2005 Corolla LE 4dr. 54K mi. Michelins,
silver, very good cond. inside & out, no smrhok-
ers, AC, CD player, spoiler, power windows,
cruise, no frame or structural damage, drives
great, REDUCED to: $8,400.. 334-699-5688


MC1111111111112006 Suzuki Boulivard
~ ,C50T: Like new.3950 orig
miles. Oil water changed
^ regularly. Serviced yearly
iby Suzuki. Fuel-injected 50
'' ci 8 valve liquid cooled, 45
,.:: l i degree V-twin. GSX-R elec-
-' :! l tronic fuel injection. Owner
added light bar Cobra Freeway Bars Passenger
floorboards brakeAway cruise control wind-
shield bag light visors 2 helmets traffic light
switcher. Gun metal black $5,500. 334-774-3986
... 2012 Harley Ultra Glide
S Limited. 1400 miles. A lot
of extras included. No
time to enjoy. Asking
S $21,900. Call 334-268-3900.
Harley, 2003 Electra Glide, 25K mi., Great Bike!
EXTRAS! $9,000 334-794-5296 or 334-596-5098
SPORT UTIL6 ITY
Chevrolet 2008 Tahoe, Fully loaded, 88K miles,
white with tan interior Excellent condition 334-
695-0355
Chrysler 2006 Pacifica,
NADA: $6599, Price:
$5299. Call 334-714-2700..


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-"- soon thereafter, I will offer for sale all the said am until 1pom eST. THE TOWN BY INCREASING THE AMOUNT
ILEGSL3SSOETISHCES U Defendants, Robert A. and Sharon M. Banner- DATED: November 19, 2012 BUDGETED TO THE GENERAL FUD IN THE
S^ a ^man rights, title, and interest, in the aforesaid Louis S. Roberts, III Sheriff AMOUNT OF D50, 00T H SUCHENCERA FDHE
LF15970 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE property, at public outcry and will sell the Jackson County, Florida BE FUNDED BY EXCESSOFUNDS IN THE GENERAL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a same, subject to prior liens, encumbrances, BY:/s/Linda J. Cowan Deputy Sheriff FUND ACCOUNT, PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
levy issued in the Circuit Court of Jackson and judgments, if any, to the highest and bid- _, _ __________ DATE.
County, Florida, on the 6th day of November der and bidders for CASH, the proceeds to be MEETIlllNGSm&EVT Sl
2012 in the cause wherein Chipola Community applied as far as may be to the payment of LF15965 2. Such other matters may come before the
Bank, is plaintiff and Robert A. and Sharon M. costs and the satisfaction of the above- Council.
Bannerman, are defendants, being Case Num- described levy NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
ber 12-132-CA in said court, I, Louis S. Roberts, In Accordance with the American with disabili- Notice is hereby given to all residents, proper- Copies of the proposed ordinances are on file
III As Sheriff of Jackson County,. Florida have. ties act, persons with disabilities needing spe- ty owners, taxpayers and citizens of the Town with the City Clerk and may be inspected at
levied upon all the right, title, and interest of cial accommodation to participate in this pro- of Sneads, Florida, that the Sneads Town Coun- any time during regular business hours. All per-
the defendant, Robert A. and Sharon M. Ban- ceeding should contact the A.D.A. coordinator cil will meet in public session at 6:00 p.m. on sons having an interest in the above proposed
nerman in and to the following to-wit telephone number 850-482-9624 ext. 402 not Tuesday, December 11, 2012, at the Town Hall ordinances, or being otherwise effected are in-
1957 Cessna 172 aircraft, serial number 36029, later than seven (7) days prior to the proceed- with the following proposals to be considered. vited to attend and be heard.
tail number N-8229B ings.
and on the 20th day of December, 2012, at the If hearing impaired, (TDD) 1-800-955-8770, via 1. The adoption of an Ordinance entitled: TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF SNEADS,
Jackson County Sheriff's Office, 4012 Lafayette the Florida RelayLService. FLORIDA
Street, Marianna, Florida, County of Jackson AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE #2011- BY: Sherri B. Griffin
32446 in Jackson County Florida, at the hour of Anyone wanting to see the aircraft prior to 07 HERETOFORE ENACTED BY THE TOWN City Clerk
9:30a.m. CST or as soon thereafter as possible, sale, a Deputy will be at the airport hanger the COUNCILON SEPTEMBER 19,2011, ADOPTING A
State of Florida, at the hour of 9:30 a.m., or day before the sale, December 19,2012 from 9 BUDGET FORTHE 2011-2012 FISCAL YEAR OF




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anita, anw carpet, Iteshand a place to relax in private. Home is convenient to downtown, schools, shopping,
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6 stalls, ttoaced tractor shed, to Cottondale, Chipley, 1-10, Dothan, AL, and Panama City, FL Bring all
attached starage sliW plus an offers! MLSII LR247106A. $312,200
older mobile home. Plenty of
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new mofile home, onsiage all fenced and ready for yoer animals. Plenty of deer and apans, ak .,'
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knivues in the kitchen, sold wo=+ "' "
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nw mom wit h doer. O n to amenities. Home teatores large k atchen with lots of cabinets, large master bedroom and both, separate private
fhesindclude eV 30yar ,3 rrf, W E I3 bedrooms, weed burning office, plenty of Storage, private bsck yard, hot taub, andscaped. Brine all tofferst a must
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retreat? Here it is! 2 bedroom, 1 /2 bath ar1sndemb7 Eolsamesote lelme. d1o,47591$609900. 2.702i. r c.,. ,T2rQ5,,',J0to,,Parad....i se! Siua
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asvg/din' s s, A R a ith lots of cabines, stainless sink, all appliances, lake view from
Garagean Workshop Only (1alesy3o e dm r 3 bedrors snd dishwadher, new kitchen vra y, new master bedroom and ed m at room, screed i nr hk patio, leeth o se, serene setting,
p li o n n ..Detiched tIwoe metal VAC, fresb points and nraetinhaisd no gasolinamotorshbut electric motors and sail boats an allied. Excellent fishinand dieing.
public boat landing. $49,900 MIS# 247516 "arpot, 3 put buidings and lovely/ awooefd teoors. Don't wait roll itday. OVryconvenent ttot110, PanamaCityMull,end beaches, mates to Marianna. $174,900. MIS
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