Jackson County Floridan


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


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United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Marianna Floridan

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Women charged with child abuse, cruelty to animals

Police: Feces infant surrounded by ani- Department, an officer while the baby's mother believed at a toxic level."
mal feces and an emaci- from that agency was sent was at an appointment, The 13-year-old boy, incould be found on ated dog tied in the yard of to the women's home on and that a 13-year-old boy vestigators learned, had
their home. Edgewood Drive to assist lived in the home. to sleep on recliners in the
all the furniture in Virginia Stone, 60, and in the investigation of an The baby was lying on a living room due to all the
the home Karla Stone, 40, were abuse report, working with couch that had feces and fecal matter on the beds
booked into the Jackson a representative of the De- cat urine "within inches and clothing in his bedKarla Stone Virginia Stone County jail on those charg- partment of Children and of the child," the officer room. Several cats and kitFrom staff reports es last Thursday. Families. reported. The officer also tens were inside the home,
of cruelty to animals and According to the com- The MPD officer report- said that the odor of cat the officer reported. He A mother and daughter child abuse by neglect af- plaint filed against them ed that the women were urine was so strong that were arrested on charges ter authorities found an by the Marianna Police watching an infant child "the ammonia was to be See ANIMALS, Page 5A




on drug


Reportedly left
marijuana at
store's checkout


A man who allegedly left
his cannabis behind on a
grocery store
counter was
The Sneads Carlisle Garden Club left a cloud of bubbles in their wake as they made David and Davine Shores take a break on their 1954 Ford drug and their way down the parade route. tractor aer the Alford Christmas Parade. other offenses after store
Parrish employees
found the
misplaced marijuana and
reported it to law enforcement, according to a press
release from
the Jackson
CountySheriff's Office.
An investigating officer was
Peterson assigned. to
retrieve the
small pocket-size case
containing the substance.
Shortly after the office left
with it, Greenwood Supermarket personnel called
law enforcement officials
back, saying that a man
had come to the store inAshton Shumaker gets ready to throw a handful of candy as he rides with his quiring about the package Odie Lynn the dog gives Teresa Wright a hand with her steering brother, Nathan Shumaker, and dad, Tony Shumaker, during the Alford Christmas that had been left behind. during the Sneads Christmas Parade Saturday. Parade Saturday morning. View more parade photos on page 4A. The officer returned to the
store, and learned that the
man had just left in a white
truck, the release stated.
o- A store patron pointed

Fire destroys century-old historic Chipley home oin t iwa6 or
Road), telling the officer
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER a serious state of dete- Through the years, she did
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com rioration. They named it quite a bit of her writing in See DRUGS, Page 5A
Twin Magnolias, after two the house andhas won sevA Chipley home. more trees growing in the back- eral awards in her genre. than a century old was sig- yard, and embarked on a. Their son was married in nificantly damaged by fire $600,000 renovation of the the ballroom that they crein the early morning hours structure. They resided the ated in the home by tearing -Ic Wfilner
Saturday, perhaps beyond wood frame structure, re- down a dividing wall. The repair. placed its aging columns, Skinners had many dance A Saturday night Fantasy
It had seen two major refinished the hardwood parties strictly ballroom Five ticket worth $273,361
renovations, once in the pine and oak floors, outfit- in the structure.- was sold at the Express
1920s -and once in the ted it with chandaliers and Residents of Panama Lane at 5301 Cliff St. in
1990s; But this time, fire other high-end furnish- City, they used the house Graceville, Florida Lotessentially destroyed the ings, created a hallway art as a weekend home until tery. officials confirmed
second story of the Victo- gallery, reproduced all the selling it in 1999 to Mar- Monday.
rian style house and there old trim, and made it a anna residents Edna and The winning numbers
was fire damage below as showpiecealongtheWash- Wally Sapp, who in turn were 13, 22, 26, 27 and 34.
well. ington Countylandscape. sold it about a year later. ..The winner had not colFloyd and Gloria Skin- Mrs. Skinner is the au- Mr. Skinner said the house lected any money from the
ner bought the house on thor of 25 historical ro- later went through about MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN lottery office in Tallahassee
its 100th birthday back mance novels, under the 4 Twin Magnolias, a historic home in Chipley, was badly as of 4 p.m. Monday, the
in 1991 when it was in pen name Amelia Grey. See FIRE, Page SA damaged in a fire early Saturday morning, official said.


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JACKSON COUNTY Communty Calendar

F -IO1 tiR IDA 1N TODAY at 4403 Jackson St. in Marianna. Proceeds from donations for future events, nonperishable food for
E EJCEDC Business of the Month 10 a.m. at this Life Management Center event will benefit local food drives accepted. Call 482-9006. Publisher Valeria Roberts Sneads Pharmacy, 7995 Highway 90 in Sneads. disabled adults. Call 482-7441. )) Celebrate Recovery- 7 p.m. at Evangel Worvroberts@jcfloridan.com, East Jackson County Economic Development Coun- n)Orientation 12:30-3:30 p~m. at the Marianna ship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna.
cii will recognize Sneads Pharmacy as its December Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742 Highway Adult teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and Circulation Manager DenaOberski Business of the Month. 90 in Marianna. Register for free job placement hang-ups.'" Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
doberski@jcfloridan.com n Optimist Club of JacksonCounty Meeting and computer training; learn about services. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.

CONTACT US Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Mariarna. 526-0139. n Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
n Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Ornament Crafting/Movie Screening p.m. in the AA roomof First United Methodist
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Senior Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Jackson County Public Library, 5314 Brown St. Church. 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
FAX: 850-482-4478 Call 482*5028. in Graceville. Children welcome to craft Christmas
ornaments (supplies provided), 3-6 p.m. "The Polar SATURDAY, DEC. 8
Eail: editorial@lcfloridan.com w Taste of the Seasons: Diabetic Education Express" will be screened at 6-8 p.m. Popcorn, )) Sneads Christmas Festival by the Lake- 8
Mailingwith Dinner Dinnerat 5 p.m.; program at 5:30 hot chocolate and other goodies are planned. Call a.m. to 5 p.m. CST at Sneads Park. Agolf cart pa p.m. in the Hudnall Medical Building community 263-3659. rade at dark, a visit from Santa Claus, Santa's sweet
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447 room, Jackson Hospital, 4230 Hospital Drive,
StreetAddress: Marianna. Keynote speaker: Dr. Robin Albritton, )) 22nd AnnualLights of Love -5 p.m. on the shop, funnel cakes,fried Oreos, cotton candy, bever443 C o LChipola Surgical & Medical Specialties )> Family front lawn of Jackson Hospital in Marianna. Lighting ages and bounce houses are planned. Admission:
4403 Constitution Lane Medicine. No cost to attend. Register by calling ceremony presented by Jackson Hospital Founda- free. Proceeds benefit Sneads High School Project
Marianna, FL 32446 718-2884. tion to remember and honor loved ones. Cookies, Graduation. Call 573-6750 or 557-7091.
Office Hours: nTree of Lights: A Celebration of Life -6 punch and a visit from Santa are planned. Call 718- .)) LMng Heritage Festival 8a.m. to 3 p.m.
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. p.m. at Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill 2601 to orderstars ($25) or lights ($10). at Renaissance Park, 5989 Hartsfield Road in Road, Marianna. Free event presented by Covenant )) VFW & Ladles Auxiliary Meeting 6 p.m. at Marianna. Animal dressing, cane grinding, syrup Hospice, to remember and celebrate the lives of 2830 Wynn St. in Marianna. Covered-dish supper making and more activities celebrating the rural MISS YOUR PAPER? loved ones. Refreshments, entertainment planned. followed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372- lifestyle of old are planned. Free admission. Call
Call 482-8520. 2500. 482-7497.
You should receive your newspaper no later Cl 8-50 50
th 6 raei does p notarrive, call la-r )) Alcoholics AnonymoUs Open Meeting 8-9 n Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, n Alford Community Health Clinic Hours.- 10 than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula-Methodist 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in
tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m..on Sunday. The limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; without medical insurance treats short-term
papers will not be signed. .illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5 p -available (callc2637106 or 209-5501);,walk-ins
is published Tuesday through Friday and ) Yard Sale Fundraiser -- 8 a.m. to noon Dec. 5-6 FRIDAY, DEC. 7 welcome. Sign in before noon.
at 4403 Jackson St. in Marianna. Proceeds from Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting
Sunday mornings. Perodical postage paid this Life Management Center event will benefit n International Chat'n' Sip 8:30-10 a.m. at 4 Alcho i n Anon mo pe ne at Marianna, FL. disabled adults. Call 482-7441. the Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St. 4:30-5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United
in Marianna. Learning Center staff and their inter- Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia:St in Marianna. Jackson County Habitat for Humanity Ware- national English learners invite the public for the n 9th Annual Community Christmas Light house hours -9a.m. to 3 p.m. exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed Show -6-8 p.m. CST Dec. 7-9 and 14-16 atThree
SUBSCRIPTION RATES n Job Club 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Mar- environment. Light refreshments served. No charge. Rivers State Park in Sneads. Free admission; donaanna Goodwill Career Training Center, 4742-Highway Call 482-9124. tions for future events, nonperishable food for local
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 90 in Marianna. Learn job seeking/retention skills. Seminar "Credit Basics" 9:30-11:30 a.m. at food drives accepted, Ca 482-9006. for three months; $62.05 for six months; Call 526-0139. Chipola College. The class will cover credit basics,
and $123A5 for one year. All prices include n Jackson Hospital Official MRI Grand Open- what makes up a credit score and how to improve SUNDAY, DEC. 9 ing Noon to 1 p.m. (Jackson County Chamber the o'serall score. Fee: $30. Register online at www. 9th Annual Community Christmas Light applicable state and local taxes. Mail of Commerce ribbon-cutting at 12:15 p.m.) in the northfloidabiz.com, or contact Elissa Severson at Show 6-8 p.m. CST Dec. 7-9 and 14-16 at Three
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Diagnostic Imaging Dept., first floor Jackson Hospi- Chipola: 718-2441 or'seversone@chipola.edu. Rivers State Park in Sneads. Free admission; donasubscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; tal, 4230 Hospital Drive, Marianna. Celebrating the n B Commencement Eercises -10 am in tions for future events, nonperishable food for local facility's newly available MRI diagnostic technology. The Baptist College of Florida Wellness Center in food drives accepted. Call 482-9006. $ 4fe Light refreshments served. Public welcome. Graceville. Fifty-six seniors will receive their de- n Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion year. )) Alcoholics Anonym~ous Open Meeting grees. BCF President Thomas A. Kinchen vill deliver 6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
Noon to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United the graduation address. Call 263-3261, ext. 460. (in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.).
ADVERTISING Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. n Marianna Christmas Parade Honoring Our Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop
))"llpsor oys onn's ealPit Bar-B-Q, Veterans 5:30 p.m. (4 p.m. line-up), from Danielsdrnig The advertiser agrees that the publisher 2250 Florida 71 in Marianna. Local celebrities will Street, east along Lafayette Street (US 90), ending shall not be liable for damages arising. be waiting tables and serving[ customers, colleCting on North Madison Street. Entry fee: $25 (proceeds MONDAY DEC. 10 out of errors and advertisements beyond tips in aid of the Jackson County Christmas Fund. fund downtown improvements). Call Main Street n Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's Call 526-7274. .Marianna at 718-1022. Buffet & Grill.Cal1 482-2005.
the amount paid for the space actually
*)9th Annual Community Christmas Light n Sneads Elementary School Advisory Council
occupied by that portion of the advertise- THURSDAY, DEC. 6 Show 6-8 p.m. CST Dec. 7-9 and 14-16 at Three Meeting 4 p.m. in the SES Library. Public
ments in which the error occurred, whether )) Yard Sale Fundraiser 8 a.m. to noon Dec. 5-6 .Rivers State Park in Sneads. Free admission; welcome. such error is due to the negligence of the "The submission deadline for this calendar is wo days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, publisher's employees or otherwise, and email editorial@jcfloridlan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
there shall be not liability for nion-insertion of any advertisement beyond the Po]Lice Rou n'dup.
amount paid for such advertisement. Thisnesae ilntknwnl ceto MARIANNA POLICE be related to after-hours calls )) Earl Barnes, 32, 1274 Stuckey justice (Houston Co., Ala.). nppe will notera koiny k.Aept/s ARMETtaken on behalf of Graceville Road, Alford, possession of )) Michael Allen, 57, 2852 Bepubishilegamatril o ay knd.Aderts-and Cottondale police depart- controlled substance (meth- tram St., Marianna, retail theft.
ing which expresses preference, based on The Marianna Police Depart- ments): One dead person amphetamine),, driving while )) Sharon McLean, 35, 1274
legll potete prsnalchraterstcsis ment listed the following inci- (natural causes), one missing license suspended or revoked. Stuckey Road, Alford, possesno cepal.dents for Dec. 2, the latest avail- juvenile, two abandoned vehi- )) Fredrick Speights, 46, 4052 sion of controlled substance
no cepalable report: cl, es, three suspicious vehicles, Old'Cottondale Road (Apt. 105), (methamphetamine), posOne accidesit, "' -- one suspicious incident, one Marianna, worthless check. session of prescription pills
HOW TO GEl'YOUR one reckless suspicious person, one escort, )) Donnie Rodgers, 34, 6211 without a prescription.
NEWS PUBLISHED driveri, one E n iha btutin n l pns RaCpes hma"eesn 3 0
suspicious 4 -' report of mental illness, one taking freshwater fish by illegal Box 541, Vernon, fleeing or
The Jackson County Floridan will publish vehicle, one physical disturbance, two method. attempting to elude (felony),
news of general interest free of charge. suspicious person, one escort, verbal disturbances, 18 medical )) Shawn Miller, 47, 3303 possession of marijuana less Submit your news or Community Calendar one physical disturbance, one calls, two burglar alarms, two Calhoun Road, Greenwood, than 20 grams, hold for Washevetsvi eai, ax malorhad elvey. verbal disturbance, one burglar fire alarms, eight traffic stops, driving while license suspended ington Co.
evns i mal ax alo an eivr, alarm, eight traffic stops, two two civil disputes, one found! or revoked. )) Daniel Parrish, 34, 3109 Pate
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, trespass comPlaints, one ani- abandoned property report, )) Henry Meade, 50, 4811 Myles Pond Road, Caryville, possesanniversary and birth announcements. mal complaint, one retail theft, two juvenile complaints, one St., Marianna, driving while sion of marijuana less than 20
Forms are available at the Floridan offices, one assist of another agency, suicide attempt, three animal license suspended or revoked, grams. Photographs must be of good quality and and three public service calls. complaints, two public service more than six months. )) Chasity Daniels, 25, 3070
calls, one welfare check and one ))Ronald Lothridge, 42, 6049 Carters Mill Road (Apt. C-9),
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the JACKSON COUNTY threat/harassment complaint. State Highway 173, Newville, Marianna, driving without a
right to edit all submissions. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Ala., driving while license sus- driver's license.
JACKSON COUNTY p ended or revoked.
GETTING IT RIGHT The Jackson County Sheriff's )) William Reynolds, 70, 1757 Jail Population: 205
The Jackson County Floridan's policy Office and county fire/rescue CORRECTIONAL FACILITY Reynolds Drive, Marianna, driv- To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
is to correct mistakes promptly. To reported the following incidents The following persons were ing under the influence, at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
report an error, please call 526-3614 for Dec. 2, the latest available booked into the county jail dur- )) Jeff Lewis, 27, 5445 Brown agency. To report a wildlife violation, call .IMonday-Friday. report. (Some of these calls may ing the latest reporting periods: St., Graceville, fugitive from 1-888-404-FWCC (3922).





Martin Basford, internal investigator with the Jackson County Sherriff's Department, poses for a photo with teacher Lechael Blaylock (left, kneeling, back row) and students Lt. Chase Curti of the Lynn Haven Fire Department poses for a from her kindergarten class at Dayspring Christian Academy photo with Lechael Blaylock's kindergarten class at Dayspring in Marianna. Next to Blaylogk on the back row, are (from Christian Academy in Marianna. During his visit, Curti shared left) Jorden Henagen, Parker Melton, Caleb Marcus, Cooper with the class about fire safety and prevention.6tudents (from Bloechl, Joshua Mercer, Eli Weeks, Sam Basford, Ryne Melzer, left) are (front row) Adrianna Curti and Lila Lewis; (middle Mason Harper and John Lawson; and (front row) Jenna Pippen, row) Hannah Shores, Lucie Taylor, Katlyn Byrd, Josie Roberts, Adrianna Curti, Lila Lewis, Amy Chen, Lucie Taylor, Chloe Kent, Chloe Kent, Amy Chen, Jenna Pippen and Catherine Powell; Hannah Shores, Josie Roberts, Catherine Powell and Katlyn and (back row) Sam Basford, Joshua Mercer, Eli Weeks, Ryne Byrd. During his visit, Basford shared with the class about Melzer, Parker Melton, Caleb Marcus, John Lawson and Cooper safety and his job with the sheriffs department. Bloechl. Not pictured: Mason Harper.
Dr. Ted Land (center) spoke recently at a gathering of the
SMarianna Optimist Club. Dr. Land is currently serving as the FFA F D RIV E H E LPS interim pastor at First Presbyterian Church in Marianna, the
result of the departure of Dr. Huh Christopher. He comes
I A to Marianna from Arcadia, where he served as pastor for
CHIPOLA FAMILY MINISTRIES 26 years. He told the group how a Tennessee Optimist Club
impacted his life and the lives of some of his closest friends.
FFA chapters of Fla. FFA Dr. Land was introduced by club member Dr. Jim Gibbs (left),
District II were challenged, seen here With club president Lowell Centers.
Oct. 29-Nov.16, to collect
as many canned food items
as possible for the Chipola H Orida ter
Family Ministries. On Nov.16, C
District II President Georgia
Pevy and Sneads FFA member f Mon (E) 1 2/3 32 7-5-9-9 Notavailable
Shelby Lawrence collected the on (M) 9-07 19-9
cans and deposited them atE 11127 19 1024 2 410-17
the ministry. More than 280
pounds of canned food items ue (M) 30
were donated by the following (E) 1128 453 6800 69 113234
FFA chapters: Sneads FFA, 4 O- 2 3
Altha FFA, Grand Ridge FFA, and Thurs (E 1129 9-8- 4648 113172536
Graceville FFA. Organizers say
the purpose of the canned food. 6.2.6 94 42
drive is to help the members Fr[ (E) 11/30 1- 3-5 2-5-7-2 88 25-2834
of the community and Chipola F (M) 4-8-9 7-6-b0
Family Ministries. S)BMITTED PHOTO
Sat, (E) 12 1 7 O 9 9-2-44 132226-27-34
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M oneRegion Brief School honor rolls 9-0 310172632
Ga. girl recalls MAOne honor rols S (tA 40-0 2-7-6
painful dolphin bite
painful dolphin bite Specialtothe Floridan Pelham,MarrissaPeterson, Jamison Floyd and Yakira E Evenigdravwng M iddayding
at SeaWorld Tristen Rogers and Austin Taylor.
ATLANTA- An 8- Malone School has re- Williams. a 9th Grade
year-old Georgia girl leased its honor rolls for A- Honor Roll Kristen Chambliss, Shey- Satrday 121 31Q19-3646 P3
says it "really, really the first nine-week term. AB onor anna Chambliss, Ace Curl, Wednesday 11/28 51622-229 P 6
hurt" when a dolphin A Honor Roll 6th Grade Chelsea Edenfield, Han- oi
snatched her hand in Hollie Askew, Laney nah Kleinpeter, William Saturday 12/I 2-53-45-4850 xha 3
its mouth while she fed No A Honor Roll for mid- Baxter, Baylie Calloway, Qtiattlebaum and Ka- Wednesday 11/28 712-15-20-3449- xtra 5
the animal as part of an dle school. Elizabeth Carnley, James- zArieya Williams. Fo, , (o 7
attraction at SeaWorld in )) 9th Grade Andrew Davis, Coleman 10th Grade Frey i n8
Orlando, Fla. Taylor Duraso. Duraso, Andrew Jordan, Antwain Johnson and
But Jillian Thomas a 10th Grade Kyle Morgan, Hunter Ward Lucas Ranew.
of Alpharetta says was Harrison Floyd. and Aliya Wilburn. )) 11th Grade
concerned that the dol- a 11th Grade n 7th Grade Chai Baker, Curteeona y b 'Cuti dS
phin didn't get sick from Dustin Everitt and Mary Dellon Barber, Kay- Brelove, Joshua Carr, Bri- Email ybur Cute Kids' photos to editrial@icf oridan.
eating the paper carton Katherine Pittman. lee Hatcher, Eboni Ivory, ana Dallas, Briana Frank- co, ilhet P o5 Maanna3
she held. In an interview )) 12th Grade Hunter Layton and Kyle lin, Courtney Harrell, An- or bring them by our officesat 4403 Constituton
onABC's"Good Morning Cassifly Birge, Tierri Tillinan. gelica Livingston, Robert LaneinMarianna
America" Monday, Jillian Campbell, Megan Childs, 8th Grade Orshall and Logan Smith. 2year orjounger vthJackson County tis'
said she prayed for the Katelyn Cross, Cddy Du- Lashonda Beckwith, i 12th Grade Inde hls fll name parents names) and cty
dolphin after the attack. naway, Niki Ferguson, Sara Bryan, Kendra Clay- Brett Henry, Jay HensoneneTh fresrvce Antssbec
From wire reports Saia Newsom, Andrea ton,. Dashavna Collins, and Tessa Shack. ed4 alg

Workforce board calls for membership nominees e
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Special to the Floridan Workforce Investment Act, a member of the CRWDB Organizations wishing ut Ures
Welfare Transition and board of directors. The in- to nominate an individual, The Chipola Regional other programs designed dividual nominated must or others interested in beWorkforce Development to help individuals either be able to show they have coming a member of the Board Inc. is seeking become employed or in- knowledge of veterans' Chipola Regional Worknominations for mem- crease their skill level so issues. force Development Board
bership to its board of di- they can obtain a better Organized labor, groups may contact Lisa Wells rectors.. The CRWDB cur- job. The CRWDB board may 'nominate an indi- at 718-0456, ext. 101, for
rently has one opening .of directors establishes vidual to represent orga- more information. for a representative from policy and determines the nized labor on the CRWDB The CRWDB is a nona community-based orga- direction and focus of the board of directors. Only profit organization,, and 0e *
nizatidn serving veterans, board. individuals who are part of members are not paid for
and one opening for a rep- Any recognized commu- an organized labor group their service to the comresentative from organized nity-based organization such as a union may be munity. By law, a majorlabor, serving military veterans considered to fill the or- ity of the board must
The CRWDB is respon- may nominate one indi- ganized labor position come from the private
sible for oversight of the vidual for consideration as currently open. sector.

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P rovidence Baptist Church members wave as they make their
way toward Highway 90 Saturday during the Sneads Three-year-old Melina Ageillon decided to give Santa her Christmas list from a safe distance,
Homecoming Parade. with a little help from Rudolph, Saturday after the Alford Christmas Parade.

Alford Mayor Pro Tern Daniele McDaniel throws a handful of Members of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 241 wave and candy to the crowd as she rides by on the town council parade People pour into the Alford Community Center Saturday to see throw candy to the crowd as they pass by Saturday in Sneads. entry. Santa Claus after the Christmas parade.
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Marcus Cloud Jr. checks on the Sneads Christmas Parade
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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LOCAL & S1Ri-.l TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4. 2012 # 5ArAnimals Outside the home, the Obitu[aies Al
officer found a dog tied up. Marianna Chapel tha teen dies in traffic accident
FromPag lAThe ffier epored hatFuneral Home
From Page 1A The officer reported that 3960 Lafayette Street From staff reports the right side of vehicle and overturned.
it "looked to be emaciated left the road as it entered Reports show that
Marianna, Florida 32446
went on to describe the and had not been fed in Phone 850-526-5059 An 18-year-old Altha a curve around 11:45 a.m. Morales was ejected in
scene further: "Feces could quite some time. The an- Fax 850-526-3066 resident died Saturday in Morales steered left and the rollover and the vebe found on all the furni- imal's ribs were showing, a traffic crash on Shady lost control of the vehicle. hicle came to rest upture in the home, as well and the animal had no food Robert L. Grove Road in Grand Reports indicate the car right, facing west on
as the bed and clothing or water in its bowls for it Ridge. started spinnitig coun- the west shoulder of the
that was scattered about to sustain life. The bowls LaLoge According to Florida terclockwise as it entered road.
the home," he wrote. "In had appeared to (have),dirt Highway Patrol reports, the west grass shoulder Morales was found on
the home also was a utility and sand in them and have Mr. Robert L. LaLoge, Angel Enrique Morales of the road where it col- the north side of the car room that housed two cat --not been used for a while," age 81, of Huntesville, AL was driving a 2004 Ford lided with a driveway and was pronounced
litter boxes that were so full the officer reported. Both formerly of Marianna Edge northbound when culvert, went airborne dead at the scene.
that the cats had defecated the child abuse and animal passed away on Friday, Noon the floor next to the cruelty charges were speci- vember 30, 2012.
litterboxes." fled as cases of neglect. Arrangements are incomplete and will be an- Artwork: Giant Marco Island. Katherine Fernandez
nounced later by Marianna '~'rha ofot The dead catfish surL Rnleadto tes
Theo head catis suroa Rundle and two others.
The driver, Thomas Ber- Chapel Funeral Home. faced last week. Rookery Spence-Jones was
nard Peterson of Vernon, Marianna Chapel Funer- in South Fla. Bay National Estuarine charged with bribery and
Fro Page 1A was charged with felony rangements. FORT LAUDERDALE Research Reserve spokes- grand theft and removed
fleeing or attempting to The head of a giant al- woman Renee Wilson from office in 2010 by
it was the one the man had elude a law enforcement Marianna Chapel ligator made up entirely says the fish were ghostly then-Gov. Charlie Crist.
gotten into., The officer officer and with posses- -Funeral Home by reclaimed parts will white and had reddened But a jury acquitted
followed the westbound sion of cannabis-less than 3960 Lafayette Street be floating through Fort lips and fins, a sign that her of bribery and the
truck, which began to 20 grams. Marianna, Florida 32446 Lauderdale. the fish were under some grand theft charges were
speed up quickly, accord- According to informa- Fax 850-526-3066 Hollywood artist Lloyd kind of stress. dropped and Spenceing to the press release. tion gathered from Jackson* Goradesky and Florida Researchers haven't Jones returned to the city
Driving at more than 100 County Sheriff Lou Rob- Everglades historian Ce- said what may have commission.
mph to catch up and over- erts, and the investigating Brenda J. sar Becerra are launching caused the fish kill, but The lawsuit accuses
take the vehicle, the officer officer, a cellophane pack- McDowell the 40-ton artwork on theories range from Regalado and Rundle of
activated his blue light and age containing a small Monday. It's titled."Float- red tide poisoning to a working together on a
siren, but the truck contin- amount of marijuana was Mrs. Brenda j ing Tile Art: Gator in the disease or virus. Tissue fabricated and malicious
ued speeding for a time, found in his back pocket. McDowell, age 57,, of Bay." samples have been sent corruption case intended
traveling at roughly 90, His passenger Caryville Kynesville passed away o I The South Florida to a research institute to drive Spence-Jones
miles an hour before slow- resident Daniel Joseph Monday, December 3, 2012 Sun-Sentinel reports a for further testing, which from office. Rundle's
ing and pulling over, offi- Parrish, was charged with in the Jackson Hospital. self-propelled barge built would take weeks. office said the lawsuit
cials reported. But then the possession- of cannabis, Arrangements are inc'om- into the head will steer Naples Daily News is under review. The
truck accelerated again, less than 20 grams. Roberts plete, and will be an- thepiece, while a crane reports in 1996 an es- mayor's office had no
spun around, and headed and the investigating offi- nounced later by Marianna boom inside will open pecially deadly red tide immediate comment. A
back east on Fort, Road cer said a pipe with mari- Chapel Funeral Home. and close the gator's, coincided with another
for a short distance. Then juana residue was found Marianna Chapel .Funer- mouth to about three catfish kill in CollierM
it turned around again on hisside of the truck. al Home is in charge of arabruptly, heading west o Peterson had left the range-mts. stories high. County. That fish kill was while spear fishing
oagaintly, hedivet fim ranad the e .The artwork will end up blamed on a yirus.
once again. The driver-ft- -marijuana in the store Adams Funeral Home on Biscayne Bay where in Keys
nally pulled over, however. and Parrish had gone Blountstown, FL it wil float in the area' Senate committee to KEY LARGO AuthoriHe and his passenger were 'back inside the store in- 850-674-5449 throughout Art Basel, an d isc" 'Obamacs' ties say a 19-year-old
detained and subsequently quirmg about it, Roberts international art fair that from Miami died while
arrested, authorities said. said. will celebrate its 11th FORT LAUDERDALE free diving and spear
_-_-:_......._________ -_.......... ..._____year in South Florida this --A Florida Senate com- -fishing offshore of the
month. mittee is slated to meet Upper Keys.
-to discuss implementing Monroe County
1-595 in South Fla. the Affordable Care Act. Sheriff's officials say the Republican Gov. Rick accident happened Sungoing green Scott has been a vocal day near the lighthouse
FORT LAUDERDALE critic of "Obamacare" but at Tennessee Reef. The
The contractor rb- softened his stance after teen was with friends on building Interstate 595 the election, saying he's a private vessel. When he Slt W Angel Enrique in Broward County is open to working with failed tO resurface after
Y also giving the east-west the federal government, a dive, his friends. called
Morales roadway a $10 million Scott says-he's still con- the sheriff's office.
landscaping facelift. cerned about how much .The sheriff's dive team Angel Enrique Morales, The South Florida it will cost the state. It's responded, along with
age 18, of Altha, Florida SunSentinel reports the 'still unclear whether the. the U.S. Coast Guard and
passed away Saturday, De- first trees have already governor will expand the the Wildlife Conservation cember 1, 2012. been planted along the Medicaid rolls to include Commission.
He lived in Altha for the ramps leading from the more than a million new The teen's body was
-SUBMITTED PHOTOS pt y and Wa"' interstate to Florida's beneficiaries. recovered and taken to
Twin Magnolias is seen after renovation work was copee- past six years adws a th inesaetmlrd' bnfcais eoeeda -anerto
completed. member of the Apostolic Thrnpike and along sev- The Senate Select Coi- the medicalexaminer's Life Church in Marianna eral other stretches west mitteeon Patient Protec- office. an immense amount of where., he played the of Fort Lauderdale. tion and Affordable Care
money and Work involved drums. He was a grocery
From Page 1A in bringing i1back. We feel cashier at Grocery Outlet in e newspaper reports Act is set to meet Mon- Man shocked by
FroMamana Pageda 1A inbigngasbck efe the plan calls for 27 day afternoon.
very sad. We had given it a Marianna, Florida. He was downed power lines
a 2012 graduate of Altha varieties of trees and 10 Several health care three foreclosures before lot of love and care." Public School. kinds of shrubs. They're experts worry it's too after car crash
being purchased indecent His wife also has fond He is Survived by his pa- all drought-tolerant and .late for the state to run CRESTVIEW-A man
years by Roger Sloan, a for- menorie of the home. rents, Dodge and Pam Har- capable of thriving along its own health exchange wasshocked by downed mer Chipley City Council "We were saddened to dy of Altha;. his biological the roadway. %because it's missed too power lines after crashmember and the current hear that,, Twin Magno- mother, Debbie Morales of' Florida Department of many critical deadlines. ing his car into a utility
owner of the structure. lias burned. We lovedthe St. Augustine, Florida; ad- Transportationland- Florida is in a bit of a pole and trying to walk
Sloan was -not horne at the hous Ie -and. have, many brother,. Austin, Hardy and poeadtyn-owl
timeof the f-re and no one happy memories of our -his wife,- Yamilee of Ft scape architect Elisabeth holding pattern until the away.
else was inside. son's wedding, Christias Myers, Florida; a sister, Hassett says the plants Legislature convenes in The Florida'Highway
fullywas in ole d anstr egng, hts Chris Hardy Nathan and serve another purpose. March. Patrol reports 19-yearIt was My involved by and Easter egg hunts at the her husband, Bruce of They help shield nearby old William Edgar Mcthe time firefighters were house," she wrote in re- Palm City, Florida; several homes from the noise, Miami commissioner Donald of Crestview was
called around 2:30 a.m. The sponse to an e-mail inlui- nieces and nephews and. stabilize slopes and pre- suesmayor, speeding earlySunday
Marianna Fire Department ry about her reaction to e other extended family. vent erosion. morning when his car
sent its aerial bucket truck fire. "Back in 199iwhen we Funeral services will be -oe The project has three prscutor spun outof control. The
to help volunteer units bbughtTthehouseandret- held 12:00 p.m., Saturday, themes. The western MIAMI-AMiami car hit a road sign, went
-from Washington County ovated it I waS writing his-. December 8 at the Apostol--ed
* put Out the fire. and crews torical romances set mn the ic Life !Church. in Manianna e edereflects the Ev- city commissioner is into a ditch and hit the
worked until around 10:3 0 Old South,so magnificent with Reverend Allen Biggs erglades, the middle suing the mayor and the power pole.
tha monig, ldhoues ik th oe o -officiating. A private inter- section transitions into county's top prosecutor, -No rthwest Florida Dail
Floyd Skrinner sai d hews uthstre itrige me on ment will follow in Pine. an "upland area" and the Claiming an unsuccqssful News reports a witness
sad ne seithew 5hom "Largeesttrged hmes Memorial -Cemetery. The eastern edge features the corruption case against -told authorities McDon'adeoed ate he adhismed toLavge nes somes family will receive friends ,ocean. -her was a conspiracy 'ad revved his engine
namrye ferh ndhsued t Tw agen lias, sw 10:00-12:00 a.in,, Saturday -based on a political -after hitting the pole. He
wife had invested so much nmdiTwnMgoas at the church. -Researchers: What vendetta., then got out of the car
time, money and Care in its because of the two magno- In lieu of flowers, pleaserenovation. He remembers lia trees in the backyard. I make contributions to killed catfish in TefdrIlwut adsatdwligu
finding the house. never actually set a book at Apostolic Life Youth Cen- Marco Island seeking unspecified a hill when the witness
"We were in the market; Twin Magnolias or in Chi- ter, 4070 Old Cottondale -damages was filed Mon- sald he tried to warn
we wanted to buy an old pley, but I wrote and pub- Road, Maria.nna, FL 32446. MARCO ISLAND day by commissioner McDonald of the downed
historical home like that lished two books set in on -Online condolences may Researchers are trying Michelle Spence-Jones power lines.
an rwrkit e ap heAplchcoaRie pr: be made at to determine what killed against Mayor Tomas
pnd teor fin it -Wt rid- Civi Wpar;hioe ner Brto www adamsfh coin a cluster of catfiSh near Regalado, State Attorney From wire reports
ing around in Chipley" and one near Marianna."
he said. "It was really in a The fire is under routineS ho l p sta ra sm rec n i ts
run-down condition when investigation by the state
The Associated Press Commissioner until last- by Indiana voters after he Randy Dunn, president ofFriday after board meme- spent four years putting in Murray State University in TALLAHASSEE -Flori- bers -were dissatisfied place changes modeled on Kentucky.
da's latest search for a new with the initial round of those pushed by former Dunn has been Murray schools chief has attracted -applicants. Gov. Jeb Bush. Bennett is State president since 2006,
a list of more than 60 ap- The job of appointed a member of a coalition of but prior to taking that poplicants, including a uni- education commissioner state school officials oper- sition he was state superversity president as well as is one of the 'most high ated by Bush's education intendent of education in the outgoing schools su- proffe education jobs in foundation. Illinois. A Kentucky newsperintendent for Indiana. the state. The next per- "Your state was the lead- paper recently reported The question is whether son hired will have to er in starting this move- that faculty at Murray this batch of candidates help the state transition inent of making decisions State are concerned that will be enough -to con- to new testing standards based solely on kids, and I Dunn's contract is due to vince state education offi- and a merit pay system for would like to take Florida expire in 2014. The Mur/Icials that they have found school teachers., to the next level," wrote ray Ledger & Times said
the right person for the One of those who ap- Bennett in his letter to that the faculty senate in
job. The State Board of plied for the job by the Florida officials about the late November passed a Education in September Friday deadline was Tony job. resolution urging the uniHeather Roper Skinner poses for a photo with members of her extended the search for Bennett, a Republican who Anothey last-minute versity board to take acwedding party at Twin Magnolias. a new Florida Education -was ousted this November applicant for the job is tion on Dunn's contract.

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state. tions that put them behind
Authorities hope to find bars for the last time.
DNA matches from blood, Thelllinoistestingwhich On Tuesday, December 25, 2012, the Floridan will
semen, hair or skin under began in the summer, is publish its annual In Loving Memory page.
victims' fingernails that the latest attempt by Cook link the long-dead killers County Sheriff Tom Dart If you would like to pay tribute to a loved one who
to the coldest of cold cas- to solve the many mysteres. And they want inves- ies still surrounding one of you have lost, sendthe following information along
tigftors in otheristates to the nation's most notori- with a photo and payment of $18.00 to:
follow suit and submit the ous serial killers. Dart's ofDNAoftheirownexecuted fice recently attempted to In Loving Memory
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In this Tuesday, July 31, 2007, file photo, News Corp:s headquarters is shown in New York.

News Corp's new company

to be named Fox Group
NEW YORK News The company named Corp. said Monday that its Wall Street Journal managnew publishing company ing editor Robert Thomson will keep the News Corp. as CEO of the new News name, while its separate Corp. He's set to begin his media and entertainment work on Jan. 1. Chase Carcompany will be renamed ey will serve as president Fox Group, and chief operating officer
The conglomerate an- of Fox Group. James Murnounced plans this sum- doch will stay on as deputy mer to split into two pub- chief operating officer of lic companies, one for its Fox Group. newspaper and book pub~ As part of the changes, lishing business and the News Corp. said it will other for its fa growing cease publication of The movie and TV operations. Daily, its iPad news appliRupert Murdoch will serve cation, on Dec. 15. as chairman of the new "From its launch, The n
News Corp, and chairman Daily was a bold experi- a trve to provide the
and CEO of Fox Group. ment in digital publishing The new News Corp. will and an amazing vehicle h
house newspapers such as for innovation," Murdoch e e
TheWall street Journal and said in a statement. "UnNew York Post as well as fortunately, our experiDow Jones Newswires. Fox 'ence was that we could not
Group, meanwhile, will find a large enough audiinclude 20th Century Fox ence quickly enough to film and television studios convince us the business and the Fox TV channels model was sustainable in
_J among other properties, the long term."

High School Basketball

Pirates go or 3-0 against Tigers

BY DUSTIN KENT "It would be big," Sneads coach number in senior forward Mardkent@jcfloridan.com Kelvin Johnson said Monday. "To quis White, who put up 32 points get a win would be wonderful, in a preseason win over North The Sneads Pirates will get a but it's not major at this time. We Florida Christian on Nov. 15 in a chance to notch another impres- want to play well, and we want preseason classic that the Pirates sive home district win to its early to win, but I just see how much hosted. seasonresumetonightwhenthey room for improvement weve got "He's a beast. He's real hard to welcome in the Graceville Tigers. to make to be successful. (The stop," Johnson said ofWhite. "He Sneads (2-1) opened up its dis- win over Cottondale) was a step can go inside and outside. He trict schedule last week with two in the right direction, but we plays like a fullback. We'll have league wins, beating Altha 64-45 want to keep working hard and our hands full trying to keep him and Cottondale 64-54. getting better." from getting 30 points."
With a win tonight, the Pirates The Pirates won despite a 42- White may need to put up a can move to 3-0 in District 3 with point performance by Cotton- very big number for the Tigers to a pair of victories over two of the dale guard DJ Roulhac, and the win, as starting point guard and strongest teams in the league in Tigers (2-0) have a player of their MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Cottondale and Graceville. own capable of posting a big See PIRATES, Page 8A Sneads'Jeremy Wert puts up a shot against Cottondale Friday.

Sports Briefs


Tuesday Hohnes Coutinty at
Maianna, p.m., and 6:30 p.m.;
Graceville at Sneads, 5:30 pm.,
and 7 p.m.; Paxtoni at Mlone, 4
p.m., and 7 p.m.; Wewahitchka
t Cotitndale, 6 P.m., and 7:30

Thursday -ltha at Graceville
5:30 p.m., and 7 p.m.; Malone
ait Bethlehem, 5:30 p.m., and
7 p.m.; Snieads at North Florida Christian, 41:30 p.m., and 6,

dile, 6 p.m., and 7:30 p.m.; Waltom att Marianna, 5:30 pa., and


7piam.;DSneadseataVernone 6lpsmic
and 7:30 p.m.
Saturday- Mr iannna at Rutherford, 6 p.m., and 7:30 p.m.
High School Girls

Tuesday Graceville at Sneads,
4 p.m.; Wewvahitchka at Cottondale, 4:30 p.m.; Paxton at Mcalone, 5:T30 p.m.; Maarianna at Rutherford, 5:30 p.m., and7p.m.
Thursday Graceville at Maloie, 5 p.he dVernon at Sneads, 6
Friday -S Mariatia at Sneads,
4:30 p.m.; Malone at East Gads' den, 4 p.m. 'MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN

Wamel Johnson takesthe ball for Marianna during last week's game against Malone. The Bulldogs will play host to the Holmes County Blue Devils tonight at 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Basketball

Tie ChipoCo Lady Indians win
go onft hic road to take on haplm
Beach State on WVedriesday, and g then Br~evard on'Thursday. df

Chipola Men's idians Dominate Panhandle Classic
The Chipola means basketball BY DUSTIN KENT 13-rebound effort.
team will hit the road to face Pinkins also had two blocked
Waycross oWednesday be-I shots, and converted 11-of-16
fore finishing the week at [he The No. 6 Chipola Indians shots, including 2-of-2 from the
Florida Sho)otout on De. capped offadominantweekend N-three-point line.
against FlrdNtt olg at- of basketball with an 81-65 win Carlos Morris added 19 points,
Jacksonville andf Palrm Beach over the Brunswick Dolphins eight rebounds, and three asState on Saturday night in the finale sists, while Earl Watson had 13
N N~N~ tof the Panhandle Cscpoints, seven rebounds and
Lou R eskth Chpola (10-0) started it four blocked shots, and Chris
off with a 96-50 win over the Thomas had 11 points and sjig,
The ScnAnnuallou Rob- Santa Fe Saints and followed it assists, though he shot just 7.
erts Sket Shoot will be held withanother impressiveeffort of-16fromthefoulline.
iec. I at-BagettFarni located against Brunswick, with a final Sophomore point guard Terel
siximiles South of Interstate 10 score that would've been far Hall scored only three points,
on Highway7ltuth.y more lopsided had the Indians but led the Indians with seven
All14roee wi b i te simply made their free throws. m i assists and four steals and didn't
FSAB o~y' Ranch. Free throw shooting as per- MAk Sho turn the ball over.
Resitrao u fm haps the only thing te findians Chipola's Cinmeon Bowers looks to score Saturday night against the Chipola will hea back on
8:3L adm., did poorly all weekend, making Dolphins, the road Wednesday to take on
throughoon.HL just 16-of-35 Saturday after con- Waycross before finishing the
For more infortion o nta averting only 3-of-10 onaFriday. combined in both games and the Indians with 19 points and weekend at the Florida ShootLarTy Farris at 850p20992 or That was made inconsequen- making just a shade under 50 nine rebounds in Friday's win, out with games against Florida Eric llt 850-209f3966. trial due to Chipola convert- percent from three. it was Kruize Pinkins who stood State College at Jacksonville
ing 55 percent of its field goals After Cinmeon Bowers placed out Saturday with a 26-point, and Palm Beach State.

Chipola Women's Basketball Youth Football

dy Ladydians bounce back Saints, Vikings stay unbeaten
BY SHEI A MADER in the final quarter, the Saints Floridan Correspondent got on the board when Damion BY DUSTIN KENT going into the weekend due to adding a double-double with 13 Goodman tackled Austin Livdkent@jcfloridan.com -a concussion but played both points and 12 rebounds. Tackle football action contin- ingston in the endzone for a
games. But Chipola was no Brooks had nine points and ued Thursday night at Optinist safety to narrow the Dolphin
The No. 6 Chipola Lady Indi- match for a FSCJ squad that has four rebounds as Chipola's only Park with four teams in action, lead 6-2. ans split a pair of games over the now won three in a row and eight bench player. two of those remaining unde- In a last minute play reminisweekend at the Florida Shootout, of its last nine. It was a rough shooting night fated on the young season. cent of Doug Flutie's Hail Mary
with Friday's loss to Florida State Sharmayne Edwards had a big for the Lady Indians, who were 34 The Saints defeated the Dol- pass from years ago, Elliott HolCollege at Jacksonville the first of night for FSCJ with 21 points on percent from the field and made phins in a come-from-behind lon found Christopher Gray for the season for Chipola. 10-of-20 shooting, while Alexia just 6-of-24 from the three-point 10-6 victory to remain unde- six, with Hollon converting on
The Lady Indians went into Bell added 14 points and 10 re- line. feated while the four-year city the two-point play to make it
the weekend unscathed at 10-0, bounds, Brittney Wright had 11 Evid~ently, Chipola was saving champion Vikings had no trou- 10-6. but they also were without their points, and Teosha Ray scored alltof its long distance makes for ble in their 32-6 win over the In the second game, the Vileading scorer in Lashonda Lit- 11 off the bench. Saturday's matchup with Mi- Cowboys. kings took the early lead on a
tieton, who was out with a hair- Jasmine Crawford led the Lady anmi-Dade, as the Lady Indians in game one, the Saints took 72-yard run by Pender Johnson, line crack in her right foot. Indians with 16 points and four knocked down 15-of-26 threes an early lead in the first quarter with Will Nance converting on Freshman center Treyvonna steals, with Kristine Brance scor- on an 11-yard run by Sam WigBrooks was listed as doubtful ing 15 points, and Rahni Bell See CHIPOLA, Page 8A gins to make it 6-0. See FOOTBALL, Page 8AL


College FootbaB

Notre Dame players focus on preparation

The Associated Press to be better than Alabama the field will help some our bodies heal, give it the
on the 27th of December." players. Kelly mentioned proper amount of time,
SOUTH BEND, Ind. Alabama has already linebacker Manti Te'o but we're still going to be
Notre Dame coach Brian shown it knows how to be specifically as someone doing some stuff to make
Kelly has bigger things ready after long layoffs, who needs a little time to sure we're going to be on
to worry about right now winning the BCS title game recover with all the atten- our A-game," safety Zeke
than defending national in 2009 and again last sea- tion he's been under as he Motta said.
champion Alabama. son. Kelly said he talked begins traveling the na- Running back Theo RidWith the national cham- to coaches at LSU and Or- tion for all the awards he's dick said the Irish are still
pionship game between egon to get advice on how up for. He won the Butkus working.
top-ranked Fighting Irish best to prepare for a long Award as the nation's top '"You basically have to
(12-0) and the Crimson layoff and they reinforced linebacker on Monday watch more film, do all the
Tide (12-1) more than a his plan of starting off slow and was named one of the little things that got you
month away, Kelly's main with fundamentals. Heisman Trophy finalists, here. You can't really reconcern is making sure Last week and this week, too. lax," he said.
his team will be ready to Irish players have been THEASSOCIATEDPRESS "He's burned out. There's Defensive end Kapron
play after 44 days without focusing on conditioning, In this file photo, Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly watches no question. He's on Lewis-Moore said he's not
a game. weightlifting and school from the sideline during an overtime game against Stanford. fumes," Kelly said. worried about the long
"We're just trying to be work. It's a chance for play- before players head home have apreseason camp feel Irish players said they're break.
better than Alabama on erswhomayhavelostafew on Dec. 21. They'll return stressing fundamentals trying to make the most of "I don't care if we have to
Monday, Jan. 7," Kelly said. pounds to get back up to to campus for practices and giving younger play- their time away from the prepare for two months.
So our entire focus will weight and gain strength, Dec. 28-31, and then leave ers more work, then begin field. We're playing for all the
be on a one-game sea- he said. Notre Dame will for Miami on Jan. 2. They to fine tune the practices "We're not taking this pe- marbles. I think we're goson, trying to be better on hold its first practices on will practice three times in for Alabama as the game riod off. We're not taking a ing to do a good job with
Monday, Jan. 7. So you can Friday and Saturday then Florida before the game. draws nearer, Kelly said. break. We're going to get this preparation," he
understand, we don't want hold six more practices The early practices will The time away from after it. We're going to let said.

s is well aware of how diffi- at Walton High School on different ways, so we've withit being our first game other kids coming back,"
cult it will be to win a tough Nov. 19. got a lot to overcome this in about two weeks and he said. "I think they have
FromPage7A district road game without While the added time for whole week. We'll see how still not at full strength a lot of depth with their
From Page 7A Camipbell and Merritt. practice and rest was good the guys that are available and it being at their place, team. Seeing everybody
second-leading scorer "They understand what for a Graceville team with step up." I think it would be pretty play in the district, I think
from last year's team Ra- the challenges are here," key injuries and looking Graceville will begin huge if we could get this they're the favored team
sheed Campbell is still out he said. "They also know to re-integrate its football a period of playing five win," Anderson said. "Win- right now by far.
with a toe injury, and his that we're looked at by a lot players back into the sys- games in eight days, with ning the first district game "We'll try to pick up
backup Devonte Merritt. is of eople as one of the fa- tem after making it two two more district match- away from home would be, where'we left off against
also not likely to play as he vorites for the district and weeks into the playoffs, ups coming up this week pretty big for us." Cottondale and play hard
recovers from a bout with we've got a target on our Anderson said that he still with Altha on Thursday Despite the Tigers' per- and make good decisions. I
pneumonia. back. Other teams don't sees his team as being be- and Cottondale on Friday. ceived disadvantages, hope we make a game out
GracevillecoachMattAn- care that we're short-hand- hind the eight ball in to- A win tonight would be a Johnson said he knows his ofit. I don'tthinkwe're quite
derson said that White will ed. I feel certain they won't night's matchup. great way to start that busy team will have a battle on at their level right now, but
be asked to handle the ball feel sorry forus." "I think (the Pirates) have stretch that also includes its hands. we did play well against
a lot in their absence, with The game is the district got an advantage just from a road game against Mari- "Seeing them in the pre- Cottondale and that was
sophomore Jared Padgett debut for the Tigers, who playing in big games and .anna and finishes with an- season without their foot- very encouraging." also being called on to pick had all of last week off playing more recently" other district game against ball players, I thought they The varsity game tips at
up some of the slack. and haven't played since a he said. "I think we're at Wewahitchka. looked real good, so I know 7 p.m. following the junior
The c6ach said his team Thanksgiving tournament a disadvantage in a lot of "Under the circumstances they'll look good with the varsity at 5:30 p.m.

O01ll f coming up with a phe-posted another double- capped off with a two- 65-yard kickoff return
nomenal line of 22 points, double with 14 points and oIall point.conversion, touchdown.
From Pa 7A five rebounds, six as- '10. rebounds and made It was quickly 24-0 on. Nance wasn't done for
From Page 7A sists, three steals, and two 4-of-6 from three. Jasmin From Page7A a 6-yard run by Nance the night, as he added
and shot 48 percent from blocked shots, while mak- Burger had 12 points to the two-point play to give run, who also added the an 8-yard run, with Matt
the field overall. ing 7-of-12 shots and 4-of- lead Miami-Dade. Chipola them an 8-0 lead on the conversion. Griffin adding the twoRayven Brooks was the 6 from three-point range. will ne4 play Wednesday first play of the game. In the third quarter, point conversion.
best player on the court Brance had 17 points on on the road against Palm In the second quarter, the Cowboys' Marke- The teams will be back
for the Lady Indians, 5-of-7 from deep, and Bell Beach State. Nance had a 76-yard run vian Johnson had a in action on Monday.
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3 Theproblem is, we share grandchil- cause a rift with my kids. This is making
ALERdren. My grandson is having a birthday me physically ill. Should I not go to the
ALLEY 00P BY JACK AND CAROLE BENDER A soon, and my ex has given our daughter party? I don't want to play-into my ex's
PLANT, AND ONLY DR. WONMUG IS HIGHLY ASKING YOU TO GET THAT I CAM GET IN THER explicit orders that I am not to bring my control issues.
CAN DO AHYTMING ABOUT IT! IRREGUI.AR' NOTE TO DR. WONMUGJ BUT It'LL TRY' DOeW boyfriend. The birthday party is be- HEARTBROKEN MOM ing held at my daughter's house, and she IN CONNECTICUT
called and asked me to come alone so as
iot to cause any problems.. Dear Connecticut: Your children must
My daughter understands that her fa- call Dad's bluff, or he will continue to
ther is being unreasonable, but he is their marginalize you and any partner you S father, and they love him. One of.my sons have. This is a power play to control all
t am actually confronted my ex about this of you. Unfortunately, you cannot force
before, and my ex didn't speak to him for your children to risk the relationship by COW & BOY BY MARK LEIKNES months. He told our son that he was tak- showing backbone. Whether or not to
ing my side by accepting my boyfriend. attend these functions is up toyou. A I live with my boyfriend, and my ex child's birthday party is not as big of a has a live-in girlfriend whom he plans to deal as a son's wedding. Pick your battles.

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University and Medical Not only are the attrac- monarch eventually. LONDON The most Center in NewYork. five young couple popu- The confirmation of
widely anticipated preg- The condition is thought lar with William's easy Kate's pregnancy caps a nancy since- Princess to affect about one in common touch remind- jam-packed year of highs Diana's in 1981 is official: 50 pregnant women but ing many of his mother, and lows for the young royPrince William's wife, Kate, Gaither said less than one the late Diana but their als, who were married in a is pregnant. percent of women with child is expected to play an lavish ceremony at WestSt. James's Palace an- the condition need to be important role in British minster Abbey last year.
nounced the pregnancy hospitalized. national life for decades to They have traveled the THE ASSOc!ATED PRESS
Monday, saying that the The news came just come. world extensively as part Members of the media position themselves as a policeman
Duchess of Cambridge days after the duchess, William is second in of Queen Elizabeth II's stands guard outside the King Edward VII hospital where the
formerly known as Kate on a royal appearance, line to the throne after Diamond Jubilee cel- Duchess of Cambridge has been admitted with a severe form Middleton has a severe was playing. field hockey his father, Prince Charles, ebration and weathered of morning sickness in London on Monday. Prince William and form of morning sickness with schoolchildren at her so the couple's first child embarrassments. his wife Kate are expecting their first child. and is currently in a London hospital. Willamn is at
his wife's side.
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