Jackson County Floridan

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

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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
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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University of Florida
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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Man leads officers on chase, brother tased


Garrett brothers
arrested in
Marianna
From staff reports.
The Marianna Police
Department on Thurs-
day night issued a press
release describing the
arrest of two broth-
ers, Robert and Joshua
Garrett. '
On Thursday, Dec. 6,


around 3:46 p.m., offi-
cers with the Marianna
_Z Police De-
partment

officersic sa Dteyo-
conduct-
ed a traffic
stop on a
blackFord
vehicle on
Robert Garrett MiltonAv-
enue, after
officers say they ob-
served the vehicle being
operated by Robert L.
Garrett.


According to the MPD
press release, it was
^"" known





Joshua Garrett ed.
to Offi-
cers that


Garrett'
driver li-
cense is
suspend-
Joshua Garrett ed.'
i Garrett-
pulled the vehicle into a
driveway of a residence
on Milton Avenue, the
release said, and fled


from the vehicle on foot.
Police say Garrett was
apprehended and
placed into custody.
While officers were
on scene with the ve-
hicle as it was being
towed, Joshua Gar-
rett, brother of Robert
Garrett, arrived on
scene. According to
police, Robert Gar-
rett was impeding
officers during the
investigation.


According to the
press release, Josh-
ua Garrett struck an
officer on scene and
actively resisted arrest,
at which'time he was
tased and taken into
custody.
Robert L. Garrett,
1985, of 3053 Calhoun
Road in Marianna, was
arrested on the follow-
ing charges:
See BROTHERS, Page 11A.


MARIANNACHRISTMAS PARADE


The Heavens Saints motorcycle club brought a very mobile nativity scene for the Christmas parade.


Eight-day-old Megan Seiss waits for the start of the Marianna
Christmas Parade in the arms of Grandpa, Lewis Hall, Friday
night.


To see more photos from the Christmas
parade, turn to page IOA.


-MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
Betty and Rolland Clevenger (right)
relax with their winter neighbors, Carl
and Jo O'Barr, Wednesday at Arrowhead
Campgrounds.

Snowbirds

winter at local

campground
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
For the past decade or more, I1-'
linois residents Betty and Rolland
Clevenger have spent their winters
in Jackson County.
They live in their fifth wheel at
Arrowhead Campgrounds in Mari-
anna. With an awning, some chairs
and a few, other creature com-
forts, they created a "patio" where
they can receive the many friends
they've made among the other pe-
rennial snowbirds who winter at
Arrowhead.
There are about five families in
their set, down from almost a'dozen
in years past. Their friends begin-
ning to age out of the travel circuit,
they explained, but the Clevengers
are certain their circle will again ex-
pand as others join this temporary
community. -
The Cle'engers arrived a couple
of weeks ago, and are setting up
to be here through early spring of
next year. They've already put up a
fewChristmas lights at their home-
away-from home. Mr. Clevenger,
for instance, used strands of lights
to create the outline of a Christmas
tree in the tire well of his Legacy
fifth wheel.
They expect to spend some time
around the holidays at the perma-
nent home of some friends who
See SNOWBIRDS, Page 11A


State

Officials urged

to make budget

website public

'The Associated Press
TALLAHASSEE A pair of open
government and ethics advocacy
groups on Friday urged Gov. Rick
Scott and Florida legislative lead-
ers to keep and make public a now-
secure and largely unused website
that gives details aboutthe budget
that was developed by a private
contractor at taxpayer expense.
The media-backed First Amend-
ment Foundation and a recently
formed group called Integrity
Florida contended that making
the Transparency 2.0 website pub-
lic could expose potential corrup-
tion and waste, saving millions of
dollars in the process, which has
happened in other states that have
such systems.
They said Florida, though, will be
wasting about $5 million already
spent to develop the system if a no-
bid contract for the website is not
renewed. It expires Dec. 31.
Integrity Florida executive direc-
tor Dan Krassner said that's what
may happen because Scott's office
See BUDGET, Page 11A


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CONTACT US
Telephone: 850-526-3614
FAX: 850-482-4478
Email: editorial@jcfloridan.comr
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
SMarianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to5 p.m.

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tion between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840)
is published Tuesday through Friday and
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid,.
at Marianna, FL.


SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83
for three months; $62.05 for ;i. rtiriorthc.
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include
applicable state and local taxes; Mail
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail
subscriptions are: $46.12 for threemonths; ,
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one
year.

ADVERTISING
The advertiser agrees that the publisher
shall not be liable for damages arising
out of errors and advertisements beyond
the amount paid for the space actually
occupied by that portion of the advertise-
ments in which the error occurred, whether
such error is due to the negligence of the
publisher's employees or otherwise, and
there shall be not liability for non-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond the
amount paid for such advertisement. This
newspaper will not knowingly accept or
publish illegal material of any kind.Advertis-
ing which expresses preference based on
legally protected personal characteristics is
not acceptable.

HOWTOGETYOUR
NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County Floridan will publish
news of general interest free of charge.
Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via email, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement,
anniversary and birth announcements.
Forms are available at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good quality and
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the
right to edit all submissions.

GETTING IT RIGHT
The Jackson County Floridan's policy
is to correct mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call 526-3614
_j Monday-Friday.


TODAY
Ninth annual Community Christmas Light
Show 6-8 p.m. CST Dec. 7-9 and 14-16 at Three
Rivers State Park in Sneads, Free admission; dona-
tions for futureevents, nonperishable food for local.
food drives accepted. Call 482-9006.
Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
(in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.).
Attendance limited to-persons with a desire to stop
drinking.

S MONDAY, DEC. 10
Jim Woodruff Lock Closed for Repairs
Starting today, the Jim WoodruffLock on the
Apalachicola River in Chattahoochee will be closed
to all vesselsto perform needed repairs. U S. Arrmy
Corps'of Engineers, Mobile District e.pec ts it t,-.
remain closed thlrougrh Feb. 15, 2013. Call 334-232-
4542 or 229-t662-2001
Marianna Lions Club Meeting Noon at Jim's
Butler .. Grill Ci.ill 4S;;-2'0i
Sneads Elementary School Advisory Council
Meeting -4 p.m. in the SES Library. Public
welcome.- '
Jackson County Quilter's Guild Meeting
5:30-7:30 p.m. atAscension Lutheran Church,
3975 U.S 90 West. Marianna. Business. meetings,
are fourth IvMondas. other Mondays are for projects
e- ;,,ns. help All quilter-, welcome. Call 2'09.7-3S.
)) Riverside Elementary School Christmas ,
Program 6 p.m. in the Mariarinnra High Sr.chool
Auditorium. Public welcome.
Cottondale City Commission Meeting -6
p.m at Cottondale City Hall. Call 352 4361.
Chipola Beekeepers Meeting 6. p.n, at the,
Jackson County Extension Office in Marianna. Bring
a dish for the potlucl supper. Call 573-7063.
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8.9
p m in the AA room of Firt LirUnited methodistt
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. .

TUESDAY, DEC. 11'
Republican Club of West Florida Meeting
Noorn at Jim's Bullet & Grill in Marianna. Guest:
Florida Fsh and Wldlfe Biological Administrator
Daniel Elinore. Topics will include fish identification;
updates for fresh- and salt-water recreational and
commercial fishermen, and fishing regulations and
licenses for both; fishing sites, forecasts and calen-
dar; and FWC recognition programs. Call 352-4984.
Optimist Club of Jackson County Board
Meeting Noon at Chipola Community Bank in
Marianna.
)) Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County
Senior Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna.
Call 482-5028.
Free Movie Night 6-8 p.m. at the Jackson
County Public Library, 2929 Green St. in Marianna.
Parents and children welcome for a screening of


,ommunty Calenda
"The Polar Express." Call 482-9631.
)) American Legion Post 100 Smoked Steak.
Christmas Dinner 6 p.m. Reservations required
for this annual event. Contact Pete Hilton at 482-
5286.
Alcoholics Anonymois Open Meeting 8-9,
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12
)) Jackson County Habitat for Humanity Ware-
house-hours 9 a.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.
Chipola Retirees Luncheon 11:30 a.m. at the
Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli, 4412 W. Lafayette St.,
Marianna. All Chipola retirees welcome. If possible,
R.S.V.P. to jokaroberts@yahoo.com.
0Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting
Noon to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
THURSDAY, DEC. 13
Chili Lunch Christmas Fundraiser -11 a.m. to
2 p.m. at First Church of the Nazarene, 2987 Madi-
.on St. in Marianna (corner of Kelson and Madison).
Plates, $6 each, include a bowl of chili, crackers,
desert aid a drink. Hosted.by Anchorage Children's
SHomi arnd Quality Paarenting Initiative. Delivery'
available (5 plate minimum). R.S.V.P. by Dec.11to
482-9568 orjtrammell@bigbendcbc.org. Proceeds
will bLuy' Christmas presents for children.
) 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 com-
.puter training; learn about services. Call 526-0139..
Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion,
S8-9 p.m., First United Methodist.Church, 2901 Cal-
donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking;
papers will not'be signed.

FRIDAY, DEC. 14
) Better Breathers Club Meeting 2-3 p.m.
in the Hudnall Building community room, Jackson
Hospital campus, 4230 Hospital Drive, Marianna.
Helping rieet the challenges of chronic lung
disease. Program/holiday celebration, "Growing a
Healthier Community," presented by Jackson Hos-
pital CEO Larry Meese. Bring a friend or caregiver.
No cost to attend. Light refreshments served. Call
718-2849.
Ornament Crafting/Free Movie Night -At
the Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green St.
in Marianna. Parents and children are welcome to
craft Christmas ornaments (supplies provided), 3-6
p.m. "The Polar Express" will be screened 6-8 p.m.
Call 482-9631.


SGrand Ridge Christmas Parade & Festival
4 p.m. parade starting at Town Hall, ending at
John Thomas Porter Park on Florida Street (line
up: Hall Street, 3 p.m.) in Grand Ridge. The festival
follows, in the park, where special children's activi-
ties are planned, including a visit from Santa Claus,
who take Christmas lists and hand out goodie bags.
The Town will serve a hot dog and chili supper to all.
Bring lounge chairs. Deadline for parade entries:,
Nov. 30; call 592-4621.
))Ninth annual Community Christmas Light
Show 6-8 p.m. CST Dec. 7-9 and 14-16 at Three
Rivers State Park inSneads. Free admission; dona-
tions for future events, nonperishable food for local
food drives accepted. Call 482-9006.
Live Nativity Scene 6-8 p.m. on Madison
Street in Marianna, across from the farmers' market
pavilion. Free admission. Presented by First Presby-
terian Church of Marianna.
34th annual NAACP Freedom Fund Awards
Banquet 7 p.m. at the Jackson County Agricul-
ture Complex, Pennsylvania Avenue in Marianna.
Guest speaker: Author Elton Patterson of Tallahas-
see. Tickets: $40 each, in advance ($45 at the
door). Call 569-1294 or 557-0374.
)) Celebrate Recovery- 7 p.m. at Evangel 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 room of First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.

SATURDAY, DEC. 15
Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting
4:30-5:30 p.m. in theAA room of First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
)) Ninth annual Community Christmas Light
Show 6-8 p.m. CST Dec. 7-9 and 14-16 at Three
Rivers State Park in Sneads. Free admission; dona-
tions for future events, nonperishable food for local
food drives accepted. Call 482-9006.

SUNDAY, DEC. 16
Ninth annual Community Christmas Light
Show 6-8 p.m. CST Dec. 7-9 and 14-16 at Three
Rivers State Park in Sneads. Free admission; dona-
tions for future events, nonperishable food for local
food drives accepted. Call 482-9006.
Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
6:30 p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette St. in Marianna
(in one-story building behind 4351W. Lafayette St.).
Attendance limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.

MONDAY, DEC. 17
D AARP Chapter 3486 Meeting Noon in
the First Methodist Church Youth Center,
Marianna. Members, bring a covered dish (meat
provided).


The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submitto: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P. O. 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 Dec. 6, the latest
available report: One accident
with injury, two suspicious
persons, one highway obstruc-
tion, one sickness/subject
down, one disturbance (verbal),
three alarms (burglary), one
shooting in area, seven traffic
stops, one animal complaint
(dog), two calls to assist another
agency, three public service
calls, two finger printings, two
welfare checks and one report
of threat/harassment.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriffs
Office and county fire/rescue
reported the following incidents
for Dec. 6, the latest available


report. (Some items may be
related to after-hour calls taken
on behalf of
Graceville and
Cottondale
I, c~.- police depart-
RIME ments): One
accident with
injury, two ac-
cidents with
no injury, one hospice death,
three abandoned vehicles, nine
suspicious vehicles, one suspi-
cious incident, one suspicious
person, three information calls,
one funeral escort, two mental
illness-related calls, two bur-
glaries, two burglary of a vehicle
reports, four disturbances
(two physical, two verbal), one
report of a prowler, three fires
(one woodland, two commer-
cial multi),-one drug offense,
11 medical calls, four traffic
crashes, four alarms (two bur-
glary, one panic, one robbery),
one report of power lines down,


11 traffic stops, three larceny
calls, one serving of papers, one
civil dispute, one found/aban-
doned property, one juvenile-
related complaint, one animal
complaint (dog), one fraud, one
call to assist a motorist/pedes-
trian, two calls to assist other
agencies, one public service
call, one finger printing, one
transport call and one report of
threats/harassment.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were
booked into the county jail dur-
ing the latest reporting periods:
)) John Walker, 52, 158 Grey
Road, Quincy; violation of state
probation.
)) Foster Myers, 36,4299 Cedar
Lane, Marianna; violation of
state probation, violation of
county probation.
)) Joshua Garrett, 24, 3124 Old


US Road, Marianna; battery on
a law enforcement officer, re-
sisting an officer with violence,
resisting an officer without
violence, violation of county
probation.
)) Robert Garrett, 27, 3053
Calhoun Road, Marianna; driv-
ing while license suspended or
revoked (knowingly), posses-
sion of controlled substance
(marijuana), carrying a con-
cealed weapon, resisting with-
out violence.
)) Chad Ward, 39, 701 East
Highway 90, Bonifay; non-pay-
ment of child support, hold for
Washington County.
)) Armad Lovett, 34, 2656 Old
Air Base Road, Marianna; pos-
session of controlled substance
(cocaine).
Jail Population: 213
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).


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On the Menu

Dec. 10-14
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menus to'r J]I son Cournt
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Monday
Breakfast: Pancake
on a Stick, Oatmeal
and Toast, Assorted
Cereal & Cinnamon
Toast; Choose up to 2
sides: Chilled Peach-
es. Chilled Pears.
)) Lunch: Chicken
Patty on Bun. Chicken
Salad, Ham & Cheese
on Bun; Choose up to
4 Sides: Sweet Po-
tato Wedges, Steamed
Green Beans, Fresh
Assorted Fruit, Chilled
Mixed Fruit.

Tuesday
)) Breakfast: Open-
Faced Egg Muffin,
Assorted Cereal &
Buttered Toast, But-
terv Grits; Choose up
to 2 sides: Pineapple
Tidbits. Fresh Assort-
ed Fruit.
)) Lunch: Sweet &
Sour Pork over Rice,
Chicken Nuggets
& Breadstick, Tuna
Salad; Choose up to
4 Sides: Broccoli &
Cheese. Fresh Carrot
Sticks, Fresh Assorted
Fruit, Baked Apple
Slices.

Wednesday
Breakfast: Mini
Waffles, Oatmeal and
Toast, Assorted Cereal
& Cinnamon Toast,
Choose up to 2 sides:
Raj'sins, Assorted
Juices.
)) Lunch: Smoked
barbecue Turkey on
Deli Thin, Cold Cut
on a Deli Thin, Chef
Salad; Choose up to 4
Sides: Baked Beans,
Sweet Potato Wedges,
Fresh Assorted Fruit,
Pineapple Tidbits.

Thursday
Breakfast: French
Toasi Sticks, Oatmeal
and Toast, Assorted
Cereal & Buttered
Toast;. Choose up to
2 sides:Baked Apple
Slices, Fresh Assorted
Fruit.
) Christmas Meal:
SlicedTurkey with
Gravy, Stuffing,
Mashed Potatoes,
Green Beans, Cran-
berry Sauce, Apple/
Peach Crisp, Fresh
Fruit, Dinner Roll.

Friday
Breakfast: Mini Pan-
cakes, Assorted Cereal
& Cinnamon Toast,
Oatmeal and Toast;
Choose up to 2 sides:
Baked Apple Slices,
Fresh Assorted Fruit.
)) Lunch: Chicken &
Dumplings w/ Bread-
stick, Turkey & Cheese
Sandwich, Cheese
Pizza; Choose up to 4
Sides: Steamed Peas,
Collard Greens, Fresh
Assorted Fruit, Chilled
Pears.
Freshly made salads and,'or
hot.',:oid sandwiches, are
available daily at lunch Eacrr
meal includes a rchoice of
lat free white. 1% white, tatifree
chocolale or
faltfree strawberry milk.
Menu SubjeCt to Lhange

Lifestyle Brief
Brady, Bundchen
welcome baby, Vivian
BOSTON New Eng-
land Patriots quarterback
Tom Brady and his super-
model wife, Gisele Bund-
chen, have announced the
birth of their second child,


a girl named Vivian Lake.
Bundchen announced
the birth on her Facebook
page, saying she was born
at home on Wednesday.
"We feel so lucky to have
been able to experience
the miracle of birth once
again and are forever
grateful for the oppor-
tunity to be the parents
of another little angel,"
Bundchen wrote.
From wire reports


Births


Kaylin Maelie Altieri
was born at 2:55 p.m. oh
Nov. 27, 2012 at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
She weighed 6 pounds,
14 ounces and was 19A
inches long at birth h.
Her parents are Jennifer
Baxley and Steven Altieri.
Grandparents are Jean-
nette and Don Matthews
of Marianna; Cathy and
Jimmy Baxley of Cot-
tondale. Great-grandpar-
ents are Marie Baxley of
Marianna: Therese and
Alvin Richner of Cotton-
dale; and Linda andVinny
Altieri of Alford.


Alden Levi Chasteen
was born at 3:48 a.m. on
Nov. 27,2012 at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
He weighed 8 pounds. 3
ounces and was 21 inches,
long at birth.
His parents are'Kath-
irn Young and Quentin
Chasteen.
Grandparents are Evelyn
Sanders of Bristol; Kathryn
Parris of Marianna and
Stephen Young ofAltha.




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SUBMITTED PHOTOS
Morgan Adrienne Casey
was born at 1:14 p.m. on,
Nov. 29, 2012 at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
She weighed 6 pounds,
10.4 ounces and was 182
inches long at birth.
Her parents are Justine
Seiss and Charles Casey.
Grandparents are Do-
reen Seiss and Lewis Hall
of Marianna; Varonica
Lipford of Wewahitchka;
Olympia and Jimmy
Adams of Marianna; and
Merlene Hall of Marianna.





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Derron Jamar-James Har-
vey was born at 8:30 a.m.
on Nov. 27, 2012 at Jackson
Hospitalin Marianna.
He weighed 5 pounds,
15 ounces and was ,1934
inches long at birth.
His parents are Kimberly
Holden andDerek James
Harvey.
Grandparents are Von Al-
ice Holden, Willie Charles
Holden, Bobbie JeanWil-
liams, all of Marianna, and
James Harvey of Buffalo;
N.Y
Haze Lamar Schmiel
was born at 3:25 a.m. on
Nov. 27,2012 at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna. He
weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounc-
esandwas 20'4 inches.
long at birth. His mother is
Jessica Schmiel. His grand-
parents are Rhonda and
Donnie Clayton of Mari-
anna. His great grandpas
are George Schmiel and
Robert Cowart.


Keeping the focus more on


health as
L ately there has been
a stronger emphasis
an ever put on
staying in shape by going
on special diets or getting
involved in some kind of
exercise program.
The competition in the
weight loss programs has
caused some companies
to bring in celebrities to
endorse and show the
results of using a particu-
lar product or program.
Exercise video tapes are
becoming more and
more popular, and more
expensive..
There are many people
who would be able to im-
prove their health if they
were in the position to be
involved in a health plan
but don't have money
t'pay for the assistance
from one of the compet-
ing companies.
Losing weight by fol-
lowing one of the exercise
videos could also help,
but doing so without
clearance from a doctor
' could be dangerous. If
we haven't exercised for
a while and haven't seen
a doctor, start with one
of the easier videos, or
the enthusiasm to lose
weight or get in shape
could be short-lived.
When trying to lose
weight or get in shape,,
we shouldn't base our
goals on the way others
may look, because each
of us is different and
exercise will affect us ac-
cording to our personal


opposed to weight
bodies. There are differ- to be a certain size is not
ent ways to look neat, always possible for many
Healthy and of us. One of the defini-
in shape, tions of "attractive" in'the
Everyone dictionary is "Pleasing to
won't have the eye or mind; charm-
a slim waist- ing." In this definition,
line. What there is nothing about
Thomas works for size or weight. The state-
Vinent you might ment "beauty is'in the
zV]n notworkfor eye of the beholder" is a
me. solid one. An individual
Some people get very who is neat, clean, and
discouraged when-after has a pleasant personality
eating right and following that people appreciate is
a diet plan-the results attractive.
they were hoping for don't Many of us need to
happen. Don't give up on make adjustments in our
being healthy, minds on how we judge
We must remember that and perceive others.
heredity has a lot to do There are some physi-
with our appearance. If cally good-looking people
your mother and father who, after we initially :
were both of big stature meet them, become less
and on the heavy side, the and less attractive as time
possibility of you having goes by because they're
some of those traits is into "self" and. have a
definitely there. The con- bad disposition. With
stant promotion of diet so much bad news and
and losing weight by the turmoil in our world;,
media has many people spending time around
not feeling so good about people that are "pleasing
themselves. to our minds" is a healthy
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Marianna.
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was held and Granny Dot's
house, where family and
friends enjoyed hamburgers
and hot dogs,-and played
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Taking aim


A at Florida's state university presidents
\ proposed to Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida
V Legislature onWednesday was less a deal than
a plea.
If the Legislature will partially restore lost funding for
higher education, the presidents won't ask for a tuition
increase this coming year.
On the heels of nearly half a dozen years of budget cuts
including $300 million this year alone the presi-
dents are asking for an increase of $118 million next
year; hardly a king's ransom.
Even so, it's not much of a deal. All the presidents can
do is ask; the politicians hold all the cards.
IOr maybe not. What the presidents do have on their
side'is .the power of persuasion, but only if they can
make a convincing case that their institutions cannot
much longer provide a quality educati6n.product under
the twin pressures of continuing budget cuts and the
cheapest tuitionrates in America.
Enter 'Aim Higher," a student-led initiative to turn pub-
lic opinion in favor of more funding for the universities.
"We believe that Higher Education fuels and inspires
students to a lifetime of learning, discovery and suc-
cess thus providing Florida with a bright future," the
campaign's website argues. I'We believe a strong Higher
Education system has the power to enhance the quality
of life, Florida's overall economy, and brings oppobrtuni-
ties to Florida when given the fundsnecessary...
"We aim to have Florida invest in Higher Education,
thereby investing in the future of the state."
Scott and lawmakers need to hear from their constitu-
ents parents, business people, employers,' commu-
nity leaders and the like that investing in the future is
a worthwhile investment of their tax dollars.
IfFloridians can be persuaded to 'Aim Higher," the
politicians will follow their lead.
This editorial was published in The Gainesville Sun on Friday, Dec. 7.


Contact Representatives
Florida Legislature

Rep. Marti C6oley,.R-District7
SMarti.Coley@myfloridahouse.gov
Building A, Room 186 Chipoli College ',
3094 Indian Circle "
Marianna, FL 32446-1701
Rep. Brad Drake, R-District 5'
Brad.Drake@myfloridahouse.gov
NWFL State-Chautitauqua Campus #205
908,U.S. Highway 90 West
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433-1436

Sen. Bill Montford. D-District6 6
208 Senate Office Building
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U.S. Congress
Rep. Steve Southerland, R-2nd District :
1229 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515 .
Phone: (202) 225-5235
Fax:(202) 225-5615' ;

Sen, Bill Nelson (D)
Washington office
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716 Senate Hart Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
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Washington office
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A


What a minority party looks like


F our weeks after the GOP
lost the White House and
seats in both the U.S. Senate
and House, Senate Republicans
thumbed their noses at virtu-
ally every veterans group in the
country,.
SThey ignored the pleas of many
disabled Americans and prominent
war heroes in order to appease
home schoolers, the Christian right
and Tea Party types worried that
"unelected foreign bureaucrats" are
poised to push American parents
around.
The Senate's vote Tuesday reject-
irig the United Nations disabilities
treaty crystallized why the GOP is
the minority party and why, if it
-keeps on its current path, it's likely
to remain so.
All the Senate's Democrats and
eight courageous Republicans
voted to approve the Convention
on the Rights of Persons with Dis-
abilities, but 38 Republicans said
no. The 61 to 38 vote was five votes
shy of the two-thirds needed to
ratify a treaty.
What made the vote shocking is
that the treaty was based on the
long-established Americans with
Disabilities Act. The vote should
have been non-controversial.
Here's Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass:
"What this treaty says is very
simple: It just says that people can't
discriminate against the disabled.
"It says other countries have to do
what we did 22 years ago when we
set the example for the world and
passed the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act," Kerry said.
The treaty was a rare bipartisan
effort endorsed by George H.W.
Bush, negotiated byGeorgeW.
Bush and signed by Barack Obama
in 2009. The Chamber of Com-
merce and 328 groups representing
the disabled and veterans sup-
ported it.
And yet it became a casualty in


MarshaMercer


the American culture war.
Former senator and Republi-
can presidential candidate Rick
Santorum brought his daughter
Bella, who was born in 2008 with a
rare genetic disorder, as a prop to a
Washington news conference. He
claimed the United Nations would
tell parents of disabled children
what they could and couldn't do.
S"He either simply hasn't read the
treaty or doesn't understand it or
he was just not factual in what he
said," Kerry shot back on CNN.
Former Senate Majority Leader
Bob Dole, R-Kansas, 89, released
from a hospital just a week earlier,
made a special trip to Capitol Hill. '
to appeal for the treaty. Former
Sen. Elizabeth Dole, R-N.C., pushed
her husband's wheelchair into the
Senate chamber so he could talk to
senators personally.
Bob Dole is an authentic war
hero. He suffered serious injuries
in Italy in World War II and lost
the use of his right arm. Senate
approval of the treaty would have
capped his. lifetime crusade for the
rights of the disabled.
Treaty critics were polite but
unfazed. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla.,
claimed the treaty would under-
. mine United States sovereignty and
allow "unelected foreign bureau-
crats" to interfere with parents'
rights to decide what's in the best
Interests of their disabled children.
"This would especially affect
those parents who home-school,"


Inhofe charged, although he con-
ceded later it would not.
Opponents flooded their sena-
tors with emails. Sen. Jeff Sessions,
R-Ala., said his office received 1,000
letters against and only 40 for the
treaty. He warned that "interna-
tional hypocrites will soon demand
that the United States do this or
that. Many other mischievous ac-
tions will certainly arise to bedevil
our country."
Kerry and other supporters
insisted the treaty would not
change American law or obligate
the United States to do anything
differently. Nor would it open the
doors to federal courts. One thing
it would do is improve conditions
for disabled veterans and other
disabled Americans who travel
overseas. :
Dan Berschinski, aWest Point
graduate whose legs were blown
off in Afghanistan, wrote moving
.op-ed in The Washington Post, urg-
ing the Senate to ratify the treaty to
"improve the lives of our 56.7 mil-
lion disabled U.S. citizens, includ-
ing 5.5 million disabled veterans
like me, when we travel and work
abroad."
Only by voting for the treaty,
Berschinski wrote, can the Senate
"truly honor the sacrifice of those
disabled while answering this
nation's call." $
In the end, a minority of the
Senate kept the United States from
improving the lives of our disabled
citizens or honoring our veterans'"
sacrifices.
But, vowed Sen. John McCain,
R-Ariz., who was injured as a POW
in Vietnam, "This issue is not going
away"
Will the Senate do its duty by vet-
erans and the disabled or will the
GOP stay a minority party?
Marsha Mercer writes from Washington. You
may contact her at mnarsha.mercer@
yahoo.com.


The inconvenient truth about Florida education


D despite what Gov. Rick Scott
and his Department of
Education may tell you, the
Florida public education system
isn't very good, especially when it
comes to the percentage of stu-
dents graduating from high school
within four years.
The U.S. Department of Educa-
tion recently released data listing
state four-yvar high school gradu-
ation rates for the 2010-11 school
year the first year inwhich all
states used a common, rigorous
Measure. Prior to the new meth-
odology, varying methods used by
states to report graduation rates
made such comparisons unreliable.
The goal was to develop a gradu-
ation rate that provided parents,
educators and the public with
better information on their school's
progress While allowing for mean-
ingful comparisons of graduation
rates across states and school
districts. The new graduation rate
measurement more accurately ac-
counted for dropouts and students
who do not earn a regular high
school diploma.
According to data, Florida had
one of the worst graduation rates
in the nation, 71 percent. The state
tied with Louisiana and had only
five states ranked below it: Alaska
and Oregon (68 percent), Georgia ,
(67 percent), New Mexico (63 per-
cent) and Nevada (62 percent).
Yes, Mississippi and Alabama
finished ahead of Florida.


RickOutzen


For African-American students,
Florida's 59 percent graduation
rate tied Ohio and only surpassed
Wyoming (58 percent), Michigan
(57 percent), Oregon (54 percent),
Minnesota (49 percent) and Nevada
(43 percent).
For the 2011-2012 school term,
Florida's federal graduation rate
rose by almost four percentage
points. Whoopee,. let's pop the
champagne. Assuming no other
, state improved last year, Florida
moved ahead of three states and
tied Mississippi.
Twelve years of Florida Compre-
hensive Assessment Tests haven't
helped this state catch up with
the majority of the nation when
it comes to public education. The
2010-11 crop of high school seniors
had been raised in the FCAT era,
but clearly teaching to the test
didn't make the big difference that
its proponents preached.
Today, the politicians are push-
ing the STEM (science, technology,
engineering, and math) concept


as the magic elixir for a more
educated, competitive workforce.
Enterprise Florida Strategy Council,
Workforce Florida, Department of
Education, Florida Council of 100
and the Florida Chamber of Com-
merce are singing its praises.
Meanwhile, our children aren't
graduating,
Folks, we don't need any more
buzz words or tinkering with public
education to fit the needs of some
mythical big employer. We need
schools that connect with the
students and instill a passion for
learning.
Simply offering the kids a job isn't
a big enough incentive for them to
graduate.

Rick Outzen is the publisher/editor of Pensac-
ola's Independent News. He can be reached at
rick@inweekly.net.


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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9,2012 .* 5AF


Anniversary


Golden wedding
anniversary
Douglas and Mary Rob-
bins of Marianna celebrat-
ed their golden wedding
anniversary at Cape San
Blas in November. They
were joined by their son,
Russell, daughter and son-
in-law, Laura and Lloyd
Schell, and grandson,
Adrian Schell.
The couple was com-
pletely surprised to realize
that the celebration was
not over when they arrived
for the Thanksgiving Day
dinner at St. Luke's Episco-
pal Church. Their children
had brought cards from'
friends, :a banner,


balloons, a special choco-
late cake and champagne.
The Robbinses met in
S1959 in Japan, while Doug
was stationed there with
the U. S. Air Force and she
was a teacher with the .
Dependents Schools. They
corresponded after Doug
returned to the states and
Mary continued teach-
ing with the Dependents
Schools in England and
Germany. In the summer
of 1962, Mary accepted
a teaching position in Pen-
sacola where Doug had
settled. They were married
on Nov. 24,1962, at the
FirstBaptist Church of
Gulf Breeze. Doug's uncle,
the Rev. Ethern P.


Robbins, officiated.
Their first home was in
Pensacola Beach. After
three years, they sold
their'house and moved
to Tallahassee to pursue
advanced degrees. Upon
finishing his master's
degree at FSU, Doug was
. recruited to,teach pre-
engineering electronics.
at Chipola Junior
College. After seeing
Mlerritt's MNill Pond. Mary
agreed to move to Mari-
anna, which they did in
August 1968. In July of
1969, they bought prop-
ert, on the banks of the
mill pond and built the
home where they still
reside.'


Lifestyles

SC Gov. Haley shuts door

on Colbert for US Senate


The Associated Press

COLUMBIA, S.C. -
South Carolina's governor
appears to have closed
the door on appointing
Stephen Colbert to the
U.S. Senate, all because
the comedian didn't know
the state drink was milk.
During "The Colbert
Report" on Thursday, Col-
bert urged his fans to send
Gov. Nikki Haley mes-
sages on Twitter with the
hashtag "SenatorColbert"
telling her why he would
make a great senator from
his home state. Haley is
appointing a senator after
Jim DeMint announced
he is resigning at the end
of the year.
Colbert, who plays a
mock conservative pun-
dit on his show, also gave
Haley four reasons he was
the perfect choice. .
"You want somebody
young, somebody con-
servative, somebody from
South Carolina, maybe
somebody who had a su-
per PAC/'," Colbert said,
ticking off the choices by
putting down a finger un-
til the final one was left
pointing at himself.
"Walt ,a second,"
Colbert said, as his
crowd cheered.
Thousands of messages
poured into the gover-
nor's official TWitter ac-
count. She responded on


her favorite social media
site, Facebook, writing on
her page that she appreci-
ated Colbert's interest and
all the tweets.
"But you forget one
thing, my friend. You
didn't know our state
drinks Big, big mistake,"
Haley wrote, adding a
link to a video of her April
appearance on Colbert's
show where the host did
not know milk was the of-
ficial state beverage.
SOn that same show,
however, Colbert stumped
Haley with the state am-
phibian the spotted
salamander.
Colbert was born and
raised in Charleston, and
he still has family in the
state. He gently mocks
his home, and has made
a couple of faux runs
for president during the
state's early primaries. He
also put on a.crown and
declared himself governor
of South Carolina in 2009
when then-Gov. Mark
Sanford disappeared for
several days while visiting
his mistress in Argentina.
On his -show Thursday,
Colbert also gave one oth-
er qualification he had to
be a U.S. Senator.
"When 'I look at the
U.S. Senate, I say to my-
self, you know what
they could use?:' Col-
bert said. "Another white
guy.


AP Interview: Jackson, cast discuss 'The Hobbit'


The Associated Press

WELLINGTON, New
Zealand Many fans are
eagerly anticipating a re-
turn to the fictional world
of Middle-earth' with next
week's general release of
the first movie in "The
Hobbit'' trilogy Direc-
tor Peter Jackson and the
film's stars' speak to The
Associated Press about
making "The Hobbit: An
Unexpected Journey": ,
) Jackson. on shooting
at 48 frames per second
instead of the standard
24: "We've seen the arrival:
of iPhones and iPads and
now there's a generation
of kids the worry that I.


have is that they seem to
think it's OK to walt for the
film to come out on DVD
or be available for down-
load. And I don't want
kids to see 'The Hobbit' on
their iPads, really. Not for
the first time. So as a film-
maker, I feel the respon-
sibility to say, 'This is the
technology we have now,
and ft's different ... How
can we raise the bar? Why
do we have to stick with 24
frames?.. "'
"The world has to mov e
on and change. And I want
to get people back into the
cinema. I want to play my
little tiny role in encourag-
ing that. beautiful, magi-
cal, mysterious experience


of going into a dark room
full of strangers, and being
transported into a piece of
escapism."
I Martin Freeman (Bil-
bo Baggins) on shooting
some scenes without, pth-
er actors around: "I must
admits found the green
screen and all that easier
.than I thought .I would. I.
found the technical aspect
of it quite doable. Some, of
it's difficult, but it's quite
enjoyable, actually. It taps
into when I used to 'play
'war' as a 6-year-old. And
the Germans were all
imaginary Because I was
playing, a British person.
So yeah,, I was on the right
side. ..." ,


.... ... ....... .... ' '''" ... ",i"
"HOW THE GRINCI I


STOLE CHRISTMAS


111k IIff-1: Hi Th
T he Malone Drama Club is excited to present their first play,
"How the Grinch Stole Christmas." Friends and family are
invited to attend. Tickets will be $3 for adults and$1 for ages 10
and younger. This is a very special event for the students and faculty
involved because it has been over 20 years since the school has had
an active drama club on campus. Join the cast and crew at 6 p.m. on
Friday, Dec. 14, in the Malone School Auditorium.

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On- marrying his
performance to that of
Ian Holm, who played an
older Bilbo Baggins in the
"Lord of the Rings" tril-
ogy: "I knew I couldn't be a
slave to it. Because as truly
fantastic as Ian Holm is in
everything, and certainly
as Bilbo, I can't just go
aL.do an impression of
Ian Holm for a year and a
half. Because it's my turn.
But it was very useful for
me td watch and listen to
stuff he did, 'vocal ticks or


physical ticks, that I can
use but not feel hamstrung
by."
Hugo Weaving (El-
rond) on the differences in
tone to the "Rings" trilogy:
"This one feels lighter,
more buoyant, but it's got
quite profoundly mov-
ing sequences in it, too
... I think it's very differ-
ent in many ways, and yet
it's absolutely the same
filmmaker, and you are
inhabiting the same
world."


Lifestyle
Briefs
Olympics ceremony
gets nod at London
stage awards
LONDON Director
Danny Boyle's Olympics
opening ceremony is a
finalist for theater event
of the year at London's
Whatsonstage awards.
Boyle's spectacular
panorama of British
history and culture is
up against the "Globe
to Globe" season of
Shakespeare plays, the
opening of London's new
St. James Theatre and
the world premiere of
the Susan Boyle musical
"I Dreamed a Dream,"
Movie-inspired
romance "The Body-
guard" is nominated
for six prizes, including
best new musical and
best actress for Heather
Headley.
"Singin' In the Rain"
and "The Curious Inci-
dent of the Dog in the
Night-time" also have six
nominations apiece.
Acting nominees an-
nounced Friday include
Mark Rylance, Rupert
Everett, David Suchet,
Julie Walters and Sally
Hawkins.

Sugarland's
Jennifer Nettles
welcomes son
NASHVILLE, Tenn.
- Sugarland singer Jen-
nifer Nettles has a new
member of.the family.
A statement issued
Friday says Nettles gave
birth to son Magnus
Hamilton Miller on
Thursday. It's the first
child for the 38-year-
old singer and husband
Justin Miller.
Nettles says in the
statement the couple
is thankful for all the
prayers and support
they've received "and
are excited to take some
timetogether as a new
family." Nettles and
Miller celebrated their
one-year wedding
anniversary last
month.
From wire reports


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Noah's 'CAN-paign for Kids'


enjoys its ninth Christmas


Special to the Floridan

Noah McArthur, a 12-
year-old from the Inwood
community, continued his
Christmas outreach ser-
vice project, "CAN-paign
for Kids."
He recently shopped for
gifts and met the special
families he's sponsoring
this year.
Noah has collected
aluminum cans since he
was four, buying gifts for
children with 'the pro-
ceeds from his recycling
efforts. It has been a bless-
ing in his life and some-
thing he says he plans to
continue, "even after I'm
grown up and have my
own children."
This is Noah's ninth
Christmas shopping


for children with his
aluminum can money.
Noah collects alumi-
num cans all year long.
After Christmas, all of
the money he raises by
selling his cans will go
to the special Relay for
Life event held in Sneads,
usually in April each
year. Noah sponsored a
booth last year and sold
canned soft drinks to raise
more money for cancer
research.
Following the Relay for
Life event,. Noah starts
right back saving and
selling cans for the next
Christmas. It's a labor of
love and is made possible
by so many giving mem-
bers of the communities
of Gadsden and Jackson
counties who save cans for


his program all year long.
To each of them, Noah
extends his deepest ap-
preciation for the love
shown to him and the
difference made in his
life, and especially in
the lives of many other
young children and
families.
Already this year, Noah
gave each of "his kids" a
gift selected especially for
them. And for a Christmas
Day surprise, more gifts
have been purchased for
them, to be delivered cour-
tesy of Santa Claus.
To learn more about
Noah's "CAN-paign," in-
cluding ways you can
contribute, email Noah at
mcarthur@digitalexp.com,
or call him (parents) at
557-6130.


SUBMITTED PHOTOS
Some of "Noah's Kids" enjoy one early Christmas gift each from Noah. From left are Aaron
Driggers Andrea Driggers, Arielle Driggers, Andrew Driggers and Noah McArthur.

-. Noah (left)
makes an early
holiday visit to
Katelyn Case,
D'Anna Case and
Chad Case, for a
special Christmas
treat. More gifts
are to arrive for
Christmas.


Jackson Hospital unveils state-of-the-art 1.5 TeslaMRI and Imaging Suite


Special to the Floridan

Jackson Hospital un-
veiled its brand new,
state-of-the-art 1.5 Tesla
MI and Imaging Suite on
Wednesday, to a crowd of
community members and
health professionals. Ac-
cording to Shannon Pow-
ell, RRT, Director of Im-
aging Services at Jackson
Hospital, "The new MRI
is one of three installed in
North America, represent-
ing the latest in innovation
and technology." She adds,
"The features and futnc-
tions of the new MRI cre-
ate a more comfortable pa-
tient experience, produce
better quality images, and
provide more diagnostic
options."
The new MRI provides
keybenefits.topatients:
Faster scan times.
Built-in coils., :;
20 percent. smaller
footprint.
Green technology. of 34
percent less energy use.
) Morion correction
(Propeller).
)) Fat saruration/Nletal
suppression (Ideal).
)) Faster imaging
with shorter breath


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Jackson Hospital unveils its new 1.5 Tesla MRI and Imaging
Suite to a crowd of community members and health
professionals on Wednesday in Marianna.


hold/MRCP (Lava).
)) Non-contrast vascular
studies (Inhance).
The event kicked off with
Hospital CEO Larry Meese
welcoming thie partici-
pants. director of imaging
services, Powell discussed
the broad expanse of the
hospital's MNIRI services fol-
lowed by NMRI Technologist,
lim Arwood. RT(RlMNIR).
who told the crowd of his
personal site visits to select
the right technology to en-
sure it was the right fit for
patients. Art Kimbrough,
President and CEO,


Jackson County Chamber
of Commerce, concluded
the event with an offi-
cial ribbon cutting at the


entrance of the new MRI
Suite. .
The MRI and Imaging
Suite is the last phase of
the hospital's $8.5 million
expansion and renovation
project which expanded
the ER from 9 to 17 pa-
tient rooms, fully reno-
vated the main hospital
lobby, and consolidated
frequently used labora-
tory, 'radiology, and infu-
sion therapy patient ser-
vices into an Outpatient
Center.
:Jackson Hospital is
growing," says Meese,
"We've added many new
services such as infusion
therapy, reverse shoulder
surgery, medical stabi-
lization, and diagnostic
ultrasound services


including guided needle
ultrasound, to name a
few. We are also pleased
with the growth of our
medical staff which in-
cludes new physicians in
Cardiology, Hematology/
Medical Oncology, OB!
GYN, Orthopedics/Sports
Medicine, primary care,


General Surgery, and Urol-
ogy and Pediatrics. And
we've opened a Primary
Care Clinic in Sneads to
better serve Eastern Jack-
son County and surround-
ing communities," Meese
noted.
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718-2552.


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State Rjietk


Fla. won't try to
privatize license
tag services
TALLAHASSEE The
Florida Department of
Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles says it won't try
to privatize its license tag
services.
Tax collectors, who
distribute state tags, and
two manufacturing groups
had lobbied election offi-
cials and filed legal action
against the department to
block the changes.
Highway Safety execu-
tive director Julie Jones on
Friday told the Tampa Bay
Times that the department
had wanted to save money
by paying private compa-
nies $31.4 million over two
years to make tags and
distribute mail and online
orders.
Jones says she aban-
doned the idea under
pressure from the tax
collectors, Attorney
General Pam Bondi and
Chief Financial Officer Jeff
Atwater.

Cold sea turtles
flown from New
England to Florida
DAYTONA BEACH
- More than two dozen
cold-stressed sea turtles
have been airlifted from
New England to recover in
balmy Florida.
The Coast Guard flew
the turtles to Orlando on.
Friday. The Daytona Beach
News Journal reports
that 20 turtles were taken
to SeaWorld Orlando.
Five loggerhead turtles
were taken to the Volusia
County Marine Science
Center. Three other facili-
ties in Florida also took in
turtles.
SA New England Aquar-
ium spokesman says a
record number of en-
dangered and federally
protected sea turtles have
been treated this year for
cold stress.
SeaWorld officials say
an unseasonably warm
Novembet'delayed the
turtles' exit from Cape Cod
Bay. When water tempera-
tures suddenly dropped,
the turtles developed
hypothermia and washed.,
ashore.


No states had signifi-
cantly higher scores than
Florida among both black
and Hispanic eighth
graders.

Three Fantasy 5
players win
$78,494.79 top prize
TALLAHASSEE Three
winners of the "Fan-
tasy 5" game will collect
$78,494.79 each, the Flori-
da Lottery said Saturday.
The winning tickets were
bought in Gainesville,
Green Cove Springs and
Plant City, lottery officials
said.
SThe 469 tickets matching
four numbers won $80.50
each. Another 12,194
tickets matching three
numbers won $8.50 each,
and 107,883 tickets won a
Quick Pick ticket for pick-
ing two numbers.
The numbers drawn
Friday night were
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Citations issued in
1-75 crashes that
injured 52
BRADENTON Florida
Highway Patrol has issued
more than a dozen traffic
citations to drivers
involved in a chain reac-
tion of collisions that
injured moremthan 50
people.
No one died in the Oct.
5 crashes that closed a
section of Interstate 75 for
six hours along Florida's
Gulf Coast. Authorities say
52 people were injured,
including 22 who were
hospitalized.


From wire reports


Ex-Fla. Gov. Crist tweets he's joining Democrats


The Associated Press

TALLAHASSEE For-
mer Florida Gov. Charlie
Crist, who was elected the
state's chief executive as a
Republican and then ran
unsuccessfully for the U.S.
Senate as an independent,
announced on Twitter
that he's switching to the
Democratic Party.
The announcement Fri-
day night fanned specula-
tion that Crist would seek
to regain his old job from
Republican Gov. Rick Scott
in 2014.
Crist sent out 'a tweet
that said, "Proud and hon-
ored to join the Demo-
cratic Party in the home
of President (at)Barack
Obama!"
The tweet included a
photo of a smiling Crist
and his wife Carole as he
held up a Florida voter
registration application.
The Tampa Bay Times re-
ports that Crist signed the
papers changing his affili-
ation from independent to
Democrat at a Christmas
reception at the White
House. President Barack
Obama greeted the news
with a fist bump.
"I've had friends foryears
tell me, 'You know Charlie,
you're a Democrat and
you don't know it,'" Crist
told the newspaper Friday
night.
He cited the Republican
Party's shift to the right on
a range of issues, includ-
ing immigration, educa-
tion and the environment.
Messages left for Crist
by The Associated Press
weren't immediately re-
turned Friday night.


Crist was elected Florida
governor in 2006 while in
the GOP As he moved to
run for the U.S. Senate in
2010, he faced a tough pri-
mary challenge from the
right and bolted the GOP
to run as an independent.
He lost a three-way Senate
contest in 2010 to Repub-
lican Marco Rubio.
Crist, 56, spoke at the
Democratic National
Convention in Charlotte,
N.C., that nominated
Obama for a second term
and campaigned for his
re-election.
Crist's decision to switch
to a Democrat will in-
crease speculation that he
intends to challenge Scott,
a former hospital chain
CEO who has struggled
with low favorability rat-
ings since taking office.
Crist has 'already criti-
cized Scott for refusing
to extend early voting de-
spite pleas from U.S. Sen.
Bill Nelson and other
Democrats.,
But it is unlikely that
Crist would get a clear
path to the Democratic
nomination. Former
State Sen. Nan Rich,
D-Weston, has already
jumped into the race and
former Chief Financial
Officer Alex Sink could
run. Sink barely lost the
2010 governor's race. to
Scott. Some Democrats
remain wary of Crist and
even outgoing Florida
Democratic Party chair-
man Rod Smith fias joked
that just because some-
one joins the congrega-
tion, "you don't make
them the preacher."
Steve Schale,1 a


Democratic consultant
who worked on Obama's
Florida campaign, called
Crist a "viable Democrat."
"He earned his stripes
when he supported the
president," Schale said.
But Schale predicted
that if Crist runs for gov-
ernor, he would likely
get a challenge from Sink
and other Democrats and
would have to endure a
hard-fought primary.
Republicans in re-
cent weeks have already
ramped up their criticism
of Crist and have pointed
out that in the past he was
critical of Obama and once
described himself as a Re-
publican in the mold of
President Ronald Reagan
and Crist's predecessor as
governor, Jeb Bush.


"Charlie Crist's first of-
ficial act as a Democrat
was to tell a lie about why
he is now pretending to be
one," the Florida GOP said
in a statement early Sat-
urday. "The truth is that
this self-professed, Ron-
ald-Reagan Republican
only abandoned his pro-
life, pro-gun, conservative
principles in 2010 after he
realized that Republicans
didn't want to send him
to Washington D.C. as a
senator, especially after he
proved he couldn't do the
job as governor."
Rick Wilson, a Florida-
based Republican con-
sultant, said Crist would
have to spend 14 months
explaining how his switch
was something beyond his
own political ambitions.


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Firefighters earn
PETA praise for
,saving rabbits
BOYNTON BEACH
-Animal rights advocates
are praising some Florida'
firefighters for helping to
save rabbits from a bum-
ing house.
SPeople for the Ethical
Treatment of Animals said
Fridayit was giving its
Compassionate Fire De-
partment Award to Palm
Beach County Fire Rescue.
The agency saved a
woman from a burning
Boynton Beach house last
week, and also brought
to safety four pet rabbits.
They used an oxygen mask
to help one suffering from
smoke inhalation.

Florida students
do well on*
vocabulary test
TALLAHASSEE Flori-
da education officials are
pleased with the first vo-
cabulary test results from
the National Assessment
of Education Progress.
The 2011 scores released
Friday show Florida's
fourth graders topped the
national average score by
four points. Scores in 23
other states were not sig-
nificantly different while
only six were significantly
higher.
Florida's eighth graders
were one point above the
national average. Scores in
23 states were not sig-
nificantly different but 16
were significantly higher.
Black and Hispanic
students in Florida scored
lower than whites but
also did well compared to
minority students in other
states.
Only one state had a
significantly higher score
than Florida among black
fourth graders and none
among Hispanic fourth
graders.


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Washington could


become pot source


for neighbor states


The Associated Press

PORTLAND, Ore. Now
that marijuana is legal
in neighboring Washing-
ton state, Portland police
are offering some helpful
advice to Oregon pot us-
ers. Sure, you can go over
to Washington state to
"smoke some weed," a po-
lice advisory states, but you
might get arrested for driv-
ing under the influence if
you're pulled over coming
home, even if you're on a
bike.
And if you are among the
55,000 people with an Or-
egon medical marijuana
card, Portland 'police say
you'll be able to get your
allowed amount of medi-
cine in Washington state.
Still, even though you now
can't get busted for toking
in Tacoma or elsewhere in
Washington (though you
could get a ticket for public
use), it will be a year before
selling or buying it is legal.
As the Evergreen state
works out the various
complications of its new
law including the fact
that marijuana is still il-
legal under federal law
- neighbors of Washing-
ton are watching with cu-
riosity, and perhaps some
apprehension.
If the federal govern-
ment doesn't attempt to
intervene in the new law,
and if Washington state
sets up a supply system
whose mechanics are yet
to be defined, Washington
may well become a greater
source of pot for users in
Oregon and Idaho.
"It would be like a place
people go to get cheap
beer. We're not talking
about medical marijuana.
We're talking about people
who just want to get high,"
said Josh Marquis, district
attorney for Oregon's Clat-
sop County.
Marquis is not totally
opposed to marijuana. He
thinks the federal govern-
ment should do what Or-
egon has done: decrimi-
nalize possession of small
amounts, and allow peo-'
ple with genuine medical
needs to have access for
treatment,
But one of his great-
est concerns, echoed by
other law enforcement of-
ficials, is people going over
to Washington to obtain
weed and driving home
stoned.
"If I'm going to drive on
the Oregon coast at night,
in the driving rain, I want
the person on the other
side of the road to be com-
pletely unimpaired," Mar-
quis told The Associated
Press.
Idaho law officials are
also watching what's hap-
pening in Washington
state. Unlike Oregon, Ida-
ho has no medical mari-
juana law and possession
in any form is against the
law. Simple possession of
less than three ounces is a
misdemeanor, punishable
by up to ayearinjail and a.
$1,000 fine.
Idaho officials already
have their hands full with
Idahoans obtaining medi-
cal marijuana cards out of
state. The Gem State bor-
ders three medical mari-
juana states, a reality that
has caused medical mari-
juana arrests 'to outpace
those of traffickers or other
users.
Although Idaho is a
largely conservative state,
there are pockets defined
by borders and demo-
graphics that could create
new challenges for law
enforcement.
One of them is Moscow,
home to the 'University of
Idaho campus and more
than 11,000 students -
just a 10-minute drive to


the Washington State Uni-
versity campus in Pullman.
More than 70 miles to the
north is the busy subur-
ban corridor connecting
Spokane, Wash., and the
Idaho cities of Post Falls
_land Coeur d'Alene.


Idaho police say in-
creased arrests for marijua-
nacould intensify stress on
county jails and caseloads
for county prosecutors.
Idaho State Police Lt.
Chris Schenk says people
in north Idaho are jok-
ing about so-called "pot
tourists" crossing the bor-
der to take advantage of
Washington's relaxed law.
But he says it's going to
take time to gauge any in-
creases in arrests for pos-
session or driving under
the influence.
Oregon has some of the
most permissive pot laws
in the nation. Possession
of less than an ounce will
get you the equivalent of
a speeding ticket. And for
those who want to go the
legal route, they can get a
medical marijuana card.
Still, obtaining pot in
Oregon is not without its
hassles, in the eyes-of some
who use it.
Federal drug agents have
been cracking down on
some medical marijuana
'pot growers, alleging they
shipped pot out of state.
There has also been pres-
sure on dispensaries that
have sprung up in Oregon
that provide 'medical mari-
juana for a fee to cover
costs of operation. Law
officials in some counties
have raided such opera-
tions, saying they are sell-
ing pot for profit. ,
If Washington state sets
up a pot supply system, it
is likely some Oregon hold-
ers of medical marijuana
cards will go north for their
medicine, advocates say.
In Canada,, another
Washington neighbor,
pot is illegal under federal
law. Border enforcement
of drug laws is stringent,
but enforcement for pos-
session for personal use is
relaxed. Grass is smoked
openly in parks and at pot
cafes in British Columbia.
Distribution of medical
marijuanato patients with
needs deemed legitimate
through pot dispensaries
is also allowed
A spokesman for the
Royal Canadian Mounted
Police, Sgt. DuncanPound,
said it is too early to predict
what effects legalization in
Washington will have.
A marijuana advocate
in, British Columbia, Jodie
Emery, worries Canada
might intensify border
controls because of Wash-
ington's weed legalization.
Emery also speculates
that legalization in Wash-
ington could lessen the
flow of people traveling to
Vancouver, British Colum-
bia to try some "BC Bud."
"British Columbia does
have a lot of tourism for
people who want to expe-
rience the marijuana cul-
ture but that is shifting,"
Emery said.
Back in Oregon, the tip
sheet to marijuana us-
ers issued by Portland
police states that posses-
sion of less than an ounce
has been a "low law en-
forcement priority for
35 years in Portland and
this will not change due
to the new Washington
law."


Turtles stranding on Mass. shores at brisk pace


The Associated Press

BOSTON Sea turtle
strandings in Cape Cod
Bay are so common that
the phenomenon has its
own annual season and
an established network
of rescuers trained to find
and help the endangered
animals.
But the brisk rate at
which the cold-stunned
turtles are washing ashore
this year has packed a lo-
cal rescue hospital and
threatens the regional
strandings record.
As of Saturday, 221 turtles
had stranded on the Cape
this fall. That exceeds the
50 to 200 range that typi-
cally are stranded in the
season from October to
December. It's off pace to
reach the record of 278 set
in 1999, but the stranding
season can sometimes last
into January.
During the last week,
six tanks were filled with
recovering turtles at the
New England Aquarium's
Animal Care Center in
Quincy, as were three
more 1,000-gallon tanks
aquarium officials trucked
in to accommodate the
overflow.
The hospital was de-
signed to handle 100 tur-
tles, but they were over-
capacity a few times last
week, and the crush was
so severe that more than
two dozen were flown to
Florida treatment centers
by the U.S. Coast Guard to
relieve the crowding.
"We're pretty similar to
a big city ER on a Satur-
day night," said aquarium
spokesman Tony LaCasse.
The stranded turtles are
mostly the Kemp's ridley
species, but a few dozen
of the larger loggerhead
(33 stranded) and green
species (21 stranded) are
mixed in far more thanrr
normal, according to Bob
Prescott, who directs the
Mass Audubon's turtle res-
cue efforts in Wellfleet.
Strandings occur in
spots along the Atlantic
Coast, but no place else
gets Cape Cod's high year-
ly numbers, LaCasse said.
"We think it's the only
place in the world that
has a mass stranding due
to hypothermia on an an-
nual basis," he said.
The Cape's unique ge-
ography is the culprit. The


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
In this photo taken Thursday, rescued sea turtles are cared for at the New England Aquarium's
Animal Care Center in Quincy, Mass. Sea turtle strandings in Cape Cod Bay are so common
the phenomenon has its own annual season and an established network of rescuers trained
to find and help the endangered animals.


peninsula hooks like a
flexed arm from the main-
land. and 'creates a three-
sided trap for marine ani-
mals moving south along
the coast.
"The Cape is sort of a
quirk of geography and
geology," Prescott said.
"The glaciers plowed it up
12,000 years ago, the sea
-level rose, and from that
point on, it has been catch-
ing turtles every fall."
All of the stranded turtles
are juvenile or sub-adulf
'(comparable to teenagers)
that have migrated from
their southern birthplaces
via the Gulf Stream to feed
Son prey such as crabs in
shallow-bottomed areas
off the Northeast coast.
They head south as the
temperature drops, some-
times smack, into the
Cape's lower arm.
Turtles are cold-blooded
animals, so their body
temperature matches their
environment. As tempera-
tures fall and turtles can't
find their way out of Cape
Cod Bay, their mobility
and strength drops until
they're at the mercy of the
wind and currents.
This year, the water
temperature dropped
later than normal, so the
stranding season didn't
really begin until the
last weeks of November.
* Then, it started in earnest,
Prescott said. Rescuers
began finding double-
digit -totals of stranded
turtles daily, including 30


Nation Brief


US: 200 teens have
been detained in
Afghan war
NEWYORK-The
United States says the
U.S. Army has detained
more than 200 Afghan
teenagers captured in
the war for about a year
at a time at a prison next
to Bagram Airfield in
Afghanistan.
The U.S. State Depart-
ment calls the detainees
"enemy combatants" in a
report sent to the United
Nations on America's
compliance with the U.N.
Convention on the Rights
of the Child.
The United States says
a few of the Afghan teens
are still confined at the
air base, which will be
turned over to the Afghan
government.
It says "Many of them


have been released or
transferred to the Afghan
government."
The United States says
most of the juvenile
Afghan detainees were
about 16 years old.

From wire reports


in one day in the week af-
ter Thanksgiving, he said.
Prescott said an unusual
period of sustained No-
vember winds from the
northwest and northeast
this year likely had a lot to
do with blowing the cold-
stunned turtles onto the
shores around Cape Cod
Bay all around the same
time.
Volunteers comb the
beaches during strand-
ing season, and move the
turtles above the high tide
line where they're picked
up by rescuers. It's easier
with the Kemp's ridley,
which weigh as little as 5
pounds as juveniles, but
the young loggerheads of-
ten crack 50 pounds and
can approach 100. Once
they're in hand, the turtles
are transported by Mass
Audubon to the aquari-
um's animal hospital.
Of the turtles found
stranded, more than 50
have died. The survivors
treated at the Quincy
hospital, are gradually


warmed in incubators to
temperatures in the 70s,
then face a long conva-
lescence. The turtles are
often so deteriorated that
their muscle has been
replaced by nothing but
folds of skin, LaCasse
said.
All sea turtle species are
endangered, except log-
gerheads, which are listed
as threatened. They face
plenty of problems at sea,
including such manmade
threats as boat strikes and
entanglement in fishing
nets, said Carrie Upite,
the sea turtle recovery
coordinator at the north-
east office of the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration.
Turtle strandings in
Massachusetts may be as
old and natural as Cape
Cod, but there's an obli-
gation to help the strug-
gling species survive
them, Upite said. "We
need to do what we can
to help them recover," she
said.


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Snowbirds
From Page 1A
live in the Altha area. Their
relationship began to de-
velop one year when the
Altha couple spent some
time at Arrowhead.
But more often, and not
just during the holidays,
they and their local friends
often get together to play
games in a room in the Ar-
rowhead complex. They
play dominoes and other
games, including one
that they jokingly have re-
named "divorce," because
of the intense emotions
that can arise in the losers
when husbands and wives
play against each other in
Pegs-and-Jokers, the prop,
er name of the game.
At night, they often build
a bonfire and share some
quiet talks in glow of the
special ambience.
The Clevenger's first


Budget
From Page 1A
has declined to take Trans-
parency 2.0 from the
Florida Senate although
lawmakers passed a new
law and appropriated $2.5
million for transferring the
site and making it public.
"Right now a handful of
the most powerful officials'
in Florida know where ev-
ery penny of the public's
money is going and the
rest of Florida is, in the
dark," Krassner said during
a conference call.
Access is restricted for
internal use only under
terms, of the Senate's con-
tract with Spider Data. Ser-
vices. It has not, though,
been rolled out for use by
rank-and-file 'lawmakers
although development had
been completed before the
2102 legislative session be-
gan in January. '
First Amendment Foun-
dation President Barbara
Petersen said she believes
the website is a public re-
cord and-subject to disclo-
sure although that would
clash with the soon-to-ex-
pire contract unless it's re-
newed and renegotiated.
"It would seem to me
that public access could be
negotiated into the deal,"
Petersen said.
Representatives of Scott
and the Senate did not
immediately Ireturn calls
seeking comment.
Senate President Don


Brothers
From Page 1A
D Possession of marijua-
na (less than 20 grams).
Resisting arrest without
violence.
)) Carrying a concealed
weapon.
)) Driving with -a sus-
'pended license.
JoshuaA. Garrett, of 3124
Old US Road in Marianna,
was arrested on the follow-
ing charges:


From staff reports

The Jackson CountySher-
iff'sOfficeiscurrentlyinves-
tigating the theft of four 4-
wheelers.'
Sometime between
Monday, Nov. 19, and
Monday, Nov. 26, of-
ficials say the theft oc-
curred at a residence lo-
cated on Rowell Road, near
Alford, in the Steel


came to Arrowhead to visit
Mr. Clevenger's brother,
who was staying there
during a visit to this area.
They've been coming here
ever since.
Their commitment tod
their second community
is so strong that, when Ar-
rowhead founder Bill Red-
doch passed away a few
years ago, Mr. Clevenger
and their group of friends
arranged to have a tree
planted on the property in
his memory and a plaque
installed near the Bradford
pear tree they selected.
Mr. Clevenger is retired
from the construction/
contracting business and
Mrs. Clevenger is a home-
maker; a job from which
she never expects to retire.
SThey have three dogs-
Bella, Maisie and Princess
- who travel with them. i :
They plan to stay put
in the Florida sunshine
through March.


Gaetz, R-Niceville, ear-'
lier this week directed his
top lawyer to review the
contract to determine thd
body's obligations.
Petersen sdid she un-'.
derstood the governor is
reluctant to accept respon-
sibility for overseeing the
website because the con-
tract was awarded with-
out bidding. It was signed
during the administration
of former Senate President
Mike Haridopolos, a Mer-
ritt Island Republican who
was term-limited out of of-
fice this year.
"What's ironic is that the
Transparency 2.0 website
would be shining light on
no-bid contracts and that
kind of activity going for-
ward,""Petersen said.
The two advocacy groups
were given a password for
Transparency 2.0 after the
offices of Gaetz and Scott
asked them to take a look
at it. In a report completed,
this week, they concluded
it's far superior to existing
state websites that provid-
ed the public with budget
and contract information
including two maintained
by Chief Financial Officer
Jeff Atwater.'..
Petersen said Atwater's
sites have loir'of informa-
tion but not as much as
Transparency 2.0 and they.
are difficult to use.
"Transparency 2.0 on the
other hand connected all
the dots for me and gave-
me some dots I wasn't even
expecting,'" Petersen said.


SBattery on a law en-
forcement officer.
Resisting arrest with
violence.
Resisting arrest without
violence.
Both subjects were also
charged with violation of
their county probation.
The brothers were trans-
ported to the Marianna
Police Department for pro-
cessing and later taken to
the Jackson County Correc-
tional Facility to await first
appearance.


City area.
The 4-wheelers are de-
scribed as a red 2003 Hon-
da Rancher 350, a yellow
2004 Honda Rancher 350,
a 2005 Honda Rancher
500, and a yellow Honda
400 EX.
Anyone with any infor-
mation is urged to con-
tact the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office or Crime
Stoppers.


Butterfly blooms are simple pleasures


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com

Alford resident Nettie
Wright visited her sister,
Margaret Nelson; in Ocala
over the Thanksgiving hol-
idays. Because Nelson has
the "green thumb" in the
family, the two were stroll-
ing in her yard one day,
admiring her fruit trees
and all the other plants
that she can so skillfully
grow. When they rounded
a comer, one of the beau-
ties stopped Wright in her
tracks. It seemed to have
attracted dozens and doz-
ens of butterflies. Nelson
recalled her surprise when
she found out more.
"I said to iny sister,
'That's a .beautiful plant;
how did it attract so many
butterflies?,'" WVright re-
membered saying. "She
said, 'No, that's a vine, and
those aren't butterflies.'"
The vine's blooms were
very butterfly-like, with
the same papery fragility.
Wright said she "snitched"
some of the blossoms
before she headed back
to lackson Count., and
her sister has promised
to take a cutting, plant
it in a pot, and give it to
her as soon as the vine
shows determination to
thrive.'
Wright knew that her sis-
ter dare not simply send
the cutting back and leave
her to plant it.
"I've tried to take cut-
tings of other things and
grow them, but everything
dies. Margaret ha. the
green thumb, Netie can't
grow anything," Wright
said with a laugh. "As soon


as it's ready, I'll drive back
and get it"
That's a five-hour trip. If
the plant isn't ready before
Dec. 26, Wright's birthday,
she'll be 78 when she takes
that journey. It's a trek
she's taken before and is
more than willing to make
again.
"Things do get simpler
in life as you get older,"
Wright said. "This is a sim-
ple treasure, but it's some-
thing I enjoy very much."
She said her sister ob-
tained the vine in a cutting
from one of her real estate
customers and has tried
to find out the name of the
vine by sending a sample
or picture tov experts in
Tallahassee, but has only
been able to determine so
far that it is a member of
the orchid family. Not that
the technical name mat-
ters that much to Wright,
she's just glad to know she
may have one coming into
her life, and to have a few
of her sister's blossoms to
enjoy and to share with
others, like her nine great-
grandchildreri who range
in age from one year to
12 :
Six of the youngsters live
in Jackson County. Each
of them will find a but
terfly petal perched on
their Christmas gifts from
her this year. And she'll
save a petal each for the
three great-grandchildren
who live downstate. She
doesn't think the delicate
petals would survive the
shipping process, on top
of a gift, she explained.
They'll be hand-deliv-
ered by her or another of
the children's relatives,


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S


Nettie
Wright holds
up one of
the butterfly
blooms
she uses to
decorate
Christmas
presents for
her family
members.


1).. -.-. '.r- bi- ,..'


A pair of
butterfly
blooms
graces a
Christmas
package
that Nettie
Wright just
wrapped.


she said. -
But she has found a way
to get two of the petals to
her granddaughter Ruby,
who lives in Tennessee and
happens to be a big fan of
butterflies. She put tiwo


of them in a box packed
with cotton and sent it off
a couple of da.s ago. She
hopes the unexpected gift
will thrill Ruby as much
as its discovery thrilled
her.


S'.A


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
J im lMozley's hands were full of Santa Claus' incoming and outgoing mail Friday at the
Marianna Post Office. A drop box inside the Marianna Post Office is ready to accept
children's letters addressed to Santa Claus at the North Pole no postage required.
To ensure a reply from the jolly old elf, post office officials remind letter-writers to include
their return address.




There were no obituaries or death

notices submitted to the Floridan as

of the deadline at 4 p.m. yesterday.




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Mom gives birth at
upstate NY zoo
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -An
upstate NewYork zoo got
a surprise visit from the
stork.
A woman gave birth
on a wildlife path at the


Rosamond Gifford Zoo
in Syracuse on Friday,
delivering her baby girl
with the help of zookeep-
ers not far from the bear
exhibit.
Zoo educator Liz
Schmidt tells The Post-
Standard that she rushed


over from the reindeer
pen to find the 21-year-
old woman pushing out
the baby.
Other zoo workers
arrived with blankets
to keep mom and baby
warm.
The zoo's elephant


expert herded away curi-
ous zoo patrons.
An ambulance soon ar-
rived to take the newborn
to a hospital. Zoo Director
Ted Fox says the zoo plans
to send a gift to the
family.
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Mariaima Basketball Sports Briefs


'Dawgs beat Braves for 4th straight win


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Marianna Bulldogs took
a huge early season district
victory Friday night at home,
knocking offtheWalton Braves
59-46.
Itwas the District 1-4A debut
for both teams, and the loss
was the first of the season for
the Braves, who came into the
game sporting a 6-0 record.
The victory was the fourth
in a row for the Bulldogs, who
improved to 5-1.
With District 1 only having
one other team in Pensacola


Catholic, the Bulldogs are
now just three wins away from
clinching the top seed, which
means an automatic playoff
berth and a spot in the league
tournament title game.
"It was a big win for us," Mar-
ianna coach Travis Blanton
said after the game. "That's the
thing with a small district; ev-
ery win is important because
you want that No. 1 seed but
you don't get but four chances.
This is a good start. It's cer-
tainly better than 0-1."
Shaquarious Baker led a bal-
anced Bulldogs attack with 12
points, with Keyman Borders


adding 11, and Trey dClemons
nine.
But perhaps the biggest
number of the game was 13,
which is the number of points
below his season average that
Marianna held Braves guard
Deshun Tucker to Friday.
The 6-foot-3 senior came
into the game averaging 20
points through the first six
games, but never found the
touch Friday and only scored
seven points.
"It was a really tough night
for him," Blanton said of
S See'DAWGS, Page 2B


MARK SKINNER/FLOF ili"s
Herman Williams tries to get two points
during Marianna's game against Walton
Friday night.


COTTONDAIE 53, GRACEVLLE 40



High scoring seniors clash


Big3rd quarter powers/

Hornets past Tigers
BYDUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

COTTONDALE DJ Roulhac scored all
16 of his team-high points in the second
half to help lift the Cottondale Hornets
to a 53-40 district victory over arch rival
Graceville on Friday night.
The win put the Hornets at 4-1 in Dis-
trict 3-1A competition, while the Tigers
fell to 1-2.
The game figured to be a battle between
a pair of big scoring seniors: Roulhac
for Cottondale, and Marquis White -for
Graceville.
However, neither scored a point in the
first half of play, with'White sitting out
most of the second period with two fouls,
.and Roulhliac struggling to find open looks
against the Tigers' 2-3 zone.
But the CHS point guard got rolling in
the third quarter to help spark a 17-2 run
that blew the game open in the Hornets'
favor.
R6ulhac got his first basket of the game
34 seconds into the third quarter, followed
it up with a jumper moments later, and
then scored again wvith 1:30 left in dthe pe-
riod to push the lead to 11.
After a Graceville miss on the ensu-
ing possession, Roulhac rebounded and
passed ahead to Jacquez Walker for a
bucket to make it 32-19.
Leading by 36-19 by the end of the quar-
ter, the Hornets got a triple from Roulhac
to start the fourth to make it a 20-point
Cottondale lead.
"It was probably my fault that DJ didn't
score in the first half," Hornets coach Chris
Obert said after the game. "I didn't put him
in the best position against (Graceville's)
defense. In the second half, he was able to
move around to different spots and make
a few plays for us."
White, who like Roulhac came into the
game averaging more than 20 points for
the season, didn't get his first points of the
game until 5:59 of the fourth quarter on a
free throw.
The points started coming quicklyfqr the


S' MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
The Hornets Jacquez Walker gets off a two point shot against Graceville Friday night. in
Cottondale.


sweet-shooting lefty soon after, though, as
he knocked down a three and followed it
with a steal and a three-point play to cut
the lead to 11 with 4:19 to play.
But the Hornets answered with a banked
in three-pointer by Kadeem Webb, with


Roulhac scoring again with 3:20 to play to
make it a 44-28 game,
White finished the quarter with 18
points, but the Tigers were simply unable

See SENIORS, Page 2B


Sneads Basketball


Pirates fall short in OT loss to Yellowjackets


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com


The Sneads Pirates suffered
their first district defeat of the
season Friday night in Vernon,
falling to the Yellowjackets 52-46
in overtime.
It was a particularly crushing
loss for the Pirates considering
just how close they were to com-
pleting a remarkable second half
comeback.
Trailing 28-13 at halftime, the
Pirates made a big charge in
the second half, trimming eight
points off the lead in the third
quarter, and surging in front by
two in the closing seconds.
But the Pirates committed
a loose ball foul on Vernon's
Austin Brown near half-court
with 2.3 seconds left to give the


MARK SKINNER/FLORiDAN
Darius Williams takes the ball down
the court for Sneads during a game
earlier in the week. The Pirates lost
to Vernon in overtime Friday night
in Vernon.
Yellowjackets a chance to tie,
and Brown did just that by nail-
ing both free throws to send the
game into overtime.


Alex Brown, who led all scorers
with 27 points, and then knocked
down a big three-pointer in the
overtime to spark the Yellow-
jackets to the victory.
"We let this one get away from
us," Sneads coach Kelvin Johnson
said after the game. "We used a
lot of energy just to get the game
into overtime. We missed two
one-and-ones in the last minute.
We had a chance, but I was proud
of the boys. They fought pretty
hard to get back in the game."
JeremyWert led Sneads with 17
points, including 11 in the third
quarter, with Darius Williams
adding 14.
The Pirates were playing with-
out starting guard Devin Hayes,
who missed his second straight
game after hurting his right ankle
against Graceville on Tuesday.


Sneads also lost to North Flor-
ida Christian 57-40 on Thursday.
Johnson said that Hayes would
be out until after Christmas at
least.
"We were like a half-cocked BB
gun out there (Friday)," Johnson
said. "We were scrounging out
there with (junior varsity) play-
ers playing a lot of minutes, but
to go to Vernon and almost pull
out a win, I was impressed. From
what I've seen, Vernon may have
the best' team in the district.
They're legit, that's for sure."
The Pirates will next go on the
road Tuesday to take on Talla-
vanna before getting back in the
district Thursday with a trip to
Wewahitchka.
They'll finish the week Satur-
day with a home game against
rival Blountstown.


High School Boys
Basketball
SMonday Graceville at
Marianna, 5:30 p.m., and 7
p.m.;
2 Tuesday Wewahitchka
at Graceville, 5:30 p.m., and
7 p.m.; Maclay at Malone,
5:30 p.m., and 7 p.m.; Cot-
tondale at Vernon, 6 p.m.,
and 7:30 p.m.; Sneads at
Tallavanna, 5:30 p.m., and
7p.m.
SThursday Sneads at
Wewahitchka, 5:30 p.m.,
and 7 p.m.
Friday Chipley at
Graceville, 5:30 p.m., and 7
p.m.; Pensacola Catholic at
Marianna, 6 p.m., and 7:30
p.m.
SSaturday- Blountstown
atrSneads, 5:30 p.m., and
7 p.m.; Central at Malone,
6:30 p.m.


High School Girls

3 Honda Graceville at
.Mariani`na, 4 p.m.; Chipleyat
Malone, 4:30 p.m.
STuesday-Sneads at
Tallavanna, 4 p.m.; Wewahi-
tchka at Graceville, 6 p.m.;
Maloiie at'Laurel, Hill, 5 p.m.
lThursday -- Cottondale
at Graceville, 6 p.mrn.; Chipley
at Marianna, 6:30 p.m.;
Sneads at Wewahitchka, 4
p.m.
:. Fiday'-. Marianna at
Pensacola Catholic, 7 p.m.;
SCottondale at North Bay
Haven, 5 p.m.
.'. Saturday- Blountstown
:'.,,at Sneads, 4 p.m.; Central at
':Malone,5.'p'rm.

: Graceville
5K Run/l-Mile FunRun
Graceville High School will
host a 5K run as well as a I-
mile fun run and half-mile
Sfast-walk race Dec.'15, with
".proceeds going to refurbish-
ing the school's track.
Cost is $20 per person for
the 5K run and $10 per per-
son for the fun run, which is
for kids middle school age
and under.
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@
j 6floridan.com. or fa,. them to 850
482-44178. The mailing address tor the
paper is Jackson County Flonridan P.O
Box 520 Marianna, FL 32447.

Maloxe
Basketball

Tigers take


tough road


win over


Bethlehem

BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Malone Tigers haven't
been tested very often through
the first six games of the season,
but they answered a sizeable
challenge from the Bethlehem
on Thursday night, taking a 73-
55 district road victory.
The Tigers (7-0, 3-1 in District
1-1A) won its first six games by
an average margin of 31 points
per game and had won their
two district games over Poplar
Springs and Paxton by margins
of 47 and 45 points.
But it was a different story in
Bonifay on Thursday night, as
theWildcats stormed backfrom
a 17-point halftime deficit with
a 14-1 runin the third quarter to
get within four points at 47-43.


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Chipola Girls Basketball


Red-hot Lady Indians keep rolling


BYDUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The No. 12 Chipola
Lady Indians picked up
their third straight victory
Thursday night against
Brevard, continuing their
recent offensive onslaught
with a 97-47 road win.
Chipola (12-1) hadmade
28-of-59 three-pointers in
its previous two wins over
Miami-Dade and Palm
Beach State, rolling up
wins of 34 and 14 points.
Thursday's game sawthe
Lady Indians knock down
just 7-of-18 from long
distance, but that didn't
stop them from posting a
season high in points and
going over 90 for the first
time this season.
"It's a good game for us
as a team because it shows
we've got some things in
us beating teams nowwith
just six players," Chipola
coach Greg Franklin said,
referencing injured soph-
omore forward Lashonda
Littleton, who was the
team's leading rebounder
and scorer before missing
the last four games with a
foot injury.
"We're excited about get-
ting Lashonda back. When
you're playing well and
then you get your lead-
ing scorer and rebounder
back, you feel like the sky
is the limit."
With Littleton out, it has
been sophomore guard-


forward Rayven Brooks percent from the three-
who has stepped up as point line.
the team's go-to option, Franklin, however, said
leading the team in scor- his team's recent torrid
ing in three of the last shooting is about more
four games, putting in 22 than just getting on a hot
against Miami-Dade, 35 streak.
against Palm Beach State, "I really attribute it to
and 25 points to go along taking good shots and ex-
with 17 rebounds on ecuting," he said. "Right
Thursday. now, I have some kids that
Itwashersecondstraight can really pass and catch
double-double after grab- and shoot and they're do-
bing 11 rebounds against ing a great job when we
Miami-Dade. don't get a three when
"The one thing I tried to we're running pick and
tell the kids when Lashon- rolls and sprinting to the
da went down is that basket and getting lay-ups
somebody will have to and fouls to make the de-
pick up the mail and carry fense be honest.
it and she's kind of re-- "The other thing is Ray-
sponded to that," Franklin ven Brooks and Kristine
said of Brooks. "Her atti- Brance can both pen-
tude towards it is to get her etrate and finish off the
lunch pail, put the hard bounce and that makes
hat on and go to work. I've it twice as hard to just sit
seen that maturity out of on them and jam them for
her lately and you have to three-point shots because
appreciate it because she's they can beat you off the
carrying a big burden right dribble."
now. She's kind of led by Chipola will now be off
example." until Dec. 29 when it trav-
Sophomore point guard els to Daytona Beach for a
Jasmine Crawford also pair of games against Bro-
had a big night Thursday ward and Daytona State.
with 20 points, 11 assists, Franklin said he fully ex-
and four steals, while pects Littleton to be back
Kristine Brance added 19 and healthy by then.
points on 8-of-14 shoot- "We desperately need
ing, with Jade Givens and this time off," the coach
Rahni Bell each scoring 12 said. "We need time to
points, heal up. Lashonda will be
The Lady Indians have back and that puts us in a
shot 45 percent or bet- situation where we have
ter from the field in their everybody healthy, so this
last three games and 45 is a well-needed break."


Malone's
Hakeam
Bell
looks for
someone
to pass
to at a
recent
game
against
Sneads.


Malone
From Page 1B
Malone was able to
keep the lead at seven
by the end of the period,
and the Tigers went on to
close the game out with a
convincing fourth quar-
ter, getting eight points
from senior guard Austin
Williams.
Williams finished with
16 points to lead the Ti-
gers, with Antwain John-
son scoring 15, Chai Baker
14, and Anthony Speights
10.
The Tigers were without
senior center Ty Baker,
who missed the game for
personal reasons.
To get a league win in a
hostile environment while
facing a bit of adversity
should serve the Tigers
well as the season goes
forward, coach Steven
Welch said after the game.
'I felt like we had to
mature a little bit," he
said. "We were on the
road and the environ-
ment got a little crazy for a


'Dawgs
From Page 1B
Tucker. "He had some re-
ally open looks in the first
half that I was upset with
our team for giving him,
but they just weren't fall-
ing. The kid just had a bad
night. It was fortunate for
us."
The game was nip and
tuck in the early going
before the Bulldogs man-
aged to sneak out to a 28-
122 halftime lead.


minute and distrac-
tions were everywhere.
We could've gone dif-
ferent ways with that,
but we, settled down,
played some defense,
and got some stops and
rebounds in the fourth
and- that's what sealed
it at the end. But I did
think we matured. Games
like that will do that for
you."
The Tigers were in con-
trol early on, leading 24-13
after one period and 46-29
at halftime.
But the Wildcats started
dominating the offensive
glass in the third'to get
back in the game, led by
sophomore big man Brett
Mitchell, who led Bethle-
hem with 22 points off the
bench.
"I thought they played
their tails off and really
kicked us on the boards,"
Welch said of the Wildcats.
"We gave up 18 offensive
rebounds. That was the
story of the game. We had
a lead at halftime and I
think we came out in the
third and let up a little bit.


The lead ballooned to
double figures in the third
quarter, and Marianna
maintained control the
rest of the way.
"I was really proud of
how the team played,"
Blanton said. "We got
(senior guard Warren Mc-
Cord) back for the first
time and he gave us a nice
spark off the bench. Jamel
Johnson also did a nice
job off the bench. Our
whole bench played good.
They gave us some good
minutes and didn't hurt


MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
"But it was a real good
game. I feel about (Beth-
lehem) the same as last
year. They're just good.
They're a good matchup
for us because of the way
they play. They run an of-
fense that alleviates pres-
sure. They're a pretty good
team; they're just not
quite as athletic as us. But
I'm impressed every time
we play them."
The Tigers will next play
host to the Maclay Ma-
rauders on Tuesday night
at 7 p.m. before finishing
the week with a district
home game against Cen-
tral at 6:30 p.m.
Lady Tigers win again
The Malone Lady Tigers
picked up their second
win in as many nights
Friday in Havana, beat-
ing the East Gadsden Lady
Jaguars 49-35.
Curteeona Brelove 'led
Malone with 23 points.
The Lady Tigers im-
proved to 6-3 on the sea-
son with the win, and
they'll play host to Chipley
on Monday at 4:30 p.m.


us. They actually helped
us. I think points off the
bench was one of the keys
to the game."
Marianna's reserves out-
scored Walton's 16-4 for
the game.
The Bulldogs were
scheduled to take on Ruth-
erford on Saturday night
before hosting Graceville
on Monday.
They'll step back
into district action Fri-
day with another home
game against Pensacola
Catholic.


Sneads Girls Basketball


Lady Pirates win second


straight in district Thursday


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Sneads Lady Pirates
notched their second
straight district win Thurs-
day night at home, knock-
ing off the Vernon Lady
Yellowjackets 57-27.
With the win, the Lady
Pirates improved to 2-1 in
District 3-1A competition
and 3-2 overall.
Tasherica McMillon led


Sneads with 22 points,
with Aaliyah Williams add-
ing 13, Logan Neel 11, and
Chasity McGriff six.
Sneads led by four after
the first quarter but used
a dominant second period
to take control of the game,
outscoring Vernon 18-4 to
go up 31-13 at the break.
The Lady Pirates contin-
ued their dominance in
the third, taking a 45-19
advantage into the final


period and never being se-
riously challenged.
They were scheduled to
play host to the Marianna
Lady Bulldogs on Friday
night.
Sneadswill start thisweek
on the road with games
against Tallavanna on
Tuesday and Wewahitchka
9n Thursday before finish-
ing the week with a home
game against Blountstown
on Saturday.


Sneads, Mariannima Girls Basketball


Lady Pirates complete perfect


week with win over MHS


BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com

The Sneads Lady Pirates
notched their third straight
win Friday night at home,
using a big fourth quarter
burst to take a 58-44 victo-
ry over the Marianna Lady
Bulldogs.
The game was tied 21-21
at halftime and remained
knotted up at 36-36 at the
end of three quarters.
But the Lady Pirates took
control in the final period,
thanks largely to a big ef-
fort from junior guard
Tasherica McMillon, who
scored 14 of hergame-high
28 points in the fourth.
"She really pushed it up
and down the floor (in the
fourth quarter) and got
after it and made some
stuff happen in transition,"
Sneads coach Andy Ward
said of McMillon after the
game. "The girls just played
well when things got im-
portant and the pressure
picked up. They respond-
ed well. They didn't fold or
give in to the pressure."
Marianna led 14-9 at the
end of the first quarter, but
the Lady Pirates fought


Seniors
From PageiB '
to generate enough of-
fense as a team to stay in
the game.
"Right now, we don't have
too many healthy people
who can score," Tigers
coach Matt Anderson said,
referencing. his team be-
ing without starting point
guard Rasheed Campbell,
who may return soon from
a sprained toe, as well as
last year's third leading
scorer Marquavious John-
son, who has yet to play
this year while recovering
from injury.
"Marquis, Rasheed, and
Marquavious were our
top three scorers from last
year and only one of them
is playing. When you have
that and then you miss lay-
ups, free throws, and have


back to even the game up
at the break.
When the Lady Bull-
dogs' top post player Latia
Bass picked up her fourth
Sfoul early in the final pe-
riod, Sneads took full
advantage.
"We picked up the tempo
and pressured a little bit
and made a run on them,"
Ward said. "But the girls
really got after it when the
intensity picked up and
things got a little tough.
They didn't let it affect
them. They kept getting
after it and didn't let the
pressure bother them."
Logan Neel added 19
points for Sneads, includ-
ing 13 in the second half,
to help give the Lady Pi-
rates some inside scoring
to compliment McMillon's
perimeter attack.
"It's huge when you can
get that from somebody
other than Tasherica,"
Ward said. "That's big."
Brianna.Johnson had 14
points to lead Marianna,
with Shania Spellman add-
ing 12.
I was the second straight
loss to a county team for
the Lady Bulldogs, who


a bunch of turnovers, you
can't do that against a good
team and expect to win."
The first half was pretty
uneven, with neither team
able to establish much of a
rhythm offensively.
A put-back by Jared
Padgett in the waning sec-
onds of the first half got
Graceville to within 19-14
at halftime, and Devonte
Merritt's three-point play
to start the second half
made it a two-point game.
.Unfortunately for the
Tigers, they did not score
again until a driving buck-
et by Merritt over five min-
utes later, and didn't score
after that until a pair of free
throws with 6:26 left in the
fourth.
By then, the *Hornets
were up 39-21 and well on
their way to an important
district win that puts them
a road victory, against


MONDAY NIGHT ROLLERS
DEC. 3
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L
1) I Don't Know 15-9
2) Marianna Office Supply 15-9
3) Adam's Funeral Home 13-11
4) Mary's Day Care 11-13
5) 2 Men & A Lady 10-14
6) Monday Nite Special 8-16
High Team Game: I Don't Know: 749
High Team Series: Mary's Day Care: 2005
High Game Female: Bettie Grinstead: 185
SHigh Game Male: Don Still: 245
High Series Female: Bettie Grinstead: 485
High Series Male: Tom Arnold: 624
TUESDAY MORNING COFFEE LEAGUE
12/4/12
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L
1) Kindel Awards 41-23
2) Down Home Dental Center 37-27
3) Family Dentistry 35-29
4) Champion Tile 33.5-30.5
5) Jim's Buffet & Grill 33-31
6) Marianna Animal Hospital 27-37
7) James & Sikes 25.5-38.5
8) Perfect Nails 24-40
" High Team Game: Kindel Awards: 962
" High Team Series: Kindel Awards: 2641
" High Game Female: Paula Kindelspire: 213
" High Game Male: Don Foley: 245
" High Series Female: Paula Kindelspire: 579
" High Series Man: Lynn: 651

TUESDAY NIGHT MIXED LEAGUE
DEC. 4
TEAM STANDINGS


1) Kindel Pro Shop
2) All Day
3) X-Men
4) Lu's Crew
5) We're Back Again
6) Backwoods Bowlers
7) James Gang
8) Oak Creek Honey
9) Microtel


W-L
45.5-18.5
40.5-23.5
39.5-24.5
39.5-24.5
37.5-26.5
29.5-34.5
29-35
28.5-35.5
28-36


also fell to Graceville on
Nov. 30.
MHS bounced back
Tuesday with a 27-point
win over Rutherford, but
the Lady Bulldogs were
unable to replicate that.
performance Friday.
"It was disappointing
coming off the win over
Rutherford. We were pret-
ty much doing the same
things we did against
Graceville," Marianna
coach Chucky Brown said.
"We just didn't get started."
Marianna fell to 3-4 on
the year, while Sneads im-
proved to 4-2.
It was a perfect 3-0 week
for the Lady Pirates, who
also got wins over Gracev-
ille on Tuesday and Vernon
on.Thursday.
"It's huge any time you
get three wins in a week,"
Ward said. "To get two dis-
trict wins and a win over
a county, rival like Mari-
anna is great. Somebody
told me it has been a long
time since they can re-
member Sneads beating
Marianni, so it's big for the
girls. It gives them some
confidence going into next
week."


Vernon on Monday away
from a 5-1 record through
the first half of the district
schedule.
"It was a good win just
for the fact of it being a
rivalry game," Obert said.
"We talked about wanting
to get one of the next two
(out of GHS and Vernon),
but in the big picture, it
doesn't mean a whole lot.
Graceville is a heck of a
team, but they were miss-
ing some key players and
they played a game last
night. We know how tough
it is on the second night of
a back to back, and three
games in four days is tough
on anybody, so that was
probably an advantage for
us." .
Walker finished with nine
points for Cottondale, with
Webb adding seven.
Merritt added 11 points
for Graceville.


10) D and D 25-39
11) Marianna Metal 22.5-415
11) El-Rio 14-50
v High Game Hdcp: We're Back Again: 976
3 High Series Hdcp: We're Back Again: 2788
High Game Men: Jack Townsell: 258
High Game Women: Cheryl Gaffaney: 213
High Series Men: Jason K: 721
B High Series Women: Cheryl Gaffaney: 555

WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED
DEC. 5
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L
1) Big Lots 37-23
2) Adventure Drive .36-24
3) Fireballs 34-26
4) Try Hards 33-27
5) Perfections Detailing 33-27
6) Marianna Metal 29-27
7) Hollis Body Shop 30-30
8) 2 Pair of Nuts 30-30
9) El Sound Machine 27-33
10) Smith's Supermarket 27-33
11) Harley Hawgs 25-35
12) Mr. Bingo 20-40
High Team Handicap Game: Perfections: 946
High Team Handicap Series: Perfections: 2664
High Game Female: Amie Kain: 216
High Game Male: Jack Townsell: 259
High Series Female: Sheila Booth: 539
High Series Male: Jason: 678

CHIPOLA MEN'S LEAGUE
DEC. 6
TEAM STANDINGS
W-L
1) Ricoh 37-19
2) Remedials 37-19
3) Man On 35-21
4) Ouzts Again 34-22
5) Perfections Detailing 28-28
6) Kindel Lanes 2 27-29
7) The Wolf Pack 22-34
8) X Men 21-35
9) 3 Aces & a Deuce 21-35
10) 2 Pack 18-38
SHigh Team Game: Pack: 999
B High Team Series: Perfections Detail: 2746
" High Man Game: Jack Townsell: 263
" High Man Series: Jack Townsell: 704
SSpecial Pick-ups: Aaron Walker 6-7-10 Split-








JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com


GRACEVILLE WINS


BATTLE AT HOME








Graceville's
Deangelo
Bell looks
for a shot
against
Altha
Thursday
night in
Graceville.
Graceville
won 46-37,


Commentary



A nimrod s




reflections


)) LAKE SEMINOLE
Bass have been good
lately and cooler weather
has caused the fish to
concentrate and become
active. The recent warm-
Sup has pretty much
kept them that way
for now. At this point,
largemouths can be
found in the migration
"ditches" and on main-
lake grass flats where
they have been hitting
crankbaits and Texas-rig
worms.
Crappies have been fair
to good where concen-
trations of fish can be
located. The best bait
choice is live minnows.
Good sizes are reported.
SBream continue at a
standstill and catfish are
extremely slow for now.
)) LAKE EUFAULA I
-Though sizes are not all
that impressive, bass have
recently been taken in
good numbers using a va-
riety of methods. Ledges
and points have produced


SPORTS


some reasonably good
crankbait fishing. For a
slower presentation, try
a Carolina-rig lizard in
these same areas. Spin-
nerbaits and crankbaits
have been paying off up
the creeks.
Crappies may still be
caught using typical
cool-weather methods.
Fish size remains good.
Crappie activity should
continue with positive
results over the next
several days.
Bream are on hold
until the next consistent
warm-up and catfish
remain slow for now.
)) LAKE ANDREWS/
CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER
- For bass, move into
the main river and
fish the ledges with
jig-and-pig combos.
Most fish are coming
from ledges in spots
where current flow is
at a minimum. Deeper
tributaries may also hold
a few bass that will fall


for a slowlypresented
Carolina-rig.
Crappies are slow in the
main run of the river, but
some fair catches may
be taken from deeper
structure near some of
the creek mouths. Some
bank fishermen have
taken some crappies from
the tailwater areas of both
dams.
A few hybrids will hold
on the main river ledges
with the largemouths this


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9,2012 + 3BU


time of year. Try a verti-
cally fished -ounce jig-
ging spoon now and then.
The tailwaters are the
only places to go for cat-
fish at present.
There are no bream
reports.

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
Apalachicola River System.


S've been whiling away
the morning think-
ing about my first real
firearm. All mine it was,
no grownup's possession
I was allowed to shoulder
and fire once or twice as
a tagalong on someone
Else's hunting trip. Nope,
this one was special:
The gun was a birthday
gift. Exactly which birth-
day I don't recall, just one
of those marked occasions
between too old for BBs
and (in truth) too young
for an adult's weapon. I
was presented this won-.
derful, much-longed-for
prize byMom and Dad
with, the parental directive,
"Until you learn to handle
it properly, you shall use
this gun only under adult
supervision."
Actually, Dad wasn't
quite that articulate. What
he really said was, "' Don't
let me catch you shooting'
this'thing if me or some-
body else ain't with you,
you hear? Oh, and your
mama said tell you happy
birthday"
"Yessir," I promised.
"Thankyou."
The single-shot Savage
16-gauge emerged from
its box in shiny, spotless-
blue-steel condition. With
typical young-adolescent
illogic, I cleaned it. My
Uncle Ray, in keeping
with the day's theme, had
given mean equally brand
new gun-cleaning kit, a
gift I was under no orders
not to use unsupervised.
Therefore, cleaning, lack
of necessity notwithstand-
ing, was a perfect excuse
for spending all day wan-
tonly fondling my beauti-
ful new piece of sporting
weaponry.
Oh, heaven! That first-
ever whiff of Hoppe's
Number-9 solvent. And
that first delightful sensa-
tion of gun oil rubbed
between fingertips.
Received my Savage in
September. Two months
later, on Thanksgiving
eve, I was granted permis-
sion to take it hunting, all
by myself! I still harbor
the suspicion that I was
granted this boon because
I wore my parents down
with incessant begging
and pleading rather than
being judged ready and
able to hunt alone. But
that matters little. I was
cleared for takeoff. A hap-
pier young nimrod never
drew breath.
My first solo hunt was a
wild and adventurous trek.
I set out before daybreak
Thanksgiving morn, game
bag (that year's gift from
Smy grandparents) slung
over one shoulder and
the gun resting upon the
other. My destination was
far and away. a stretch of
woods along a tiny creek
300 yards from my back
door.
As dawn broke around
me, I climbed Mr. Alvin's


pasture fence (Yes, I'd re-
tained enough cautionary
mop.. rw instruction
to 6bsenre'.
I all the fire-
Sarms-fence-
climbing
rules),
Bpb 'crossed
Kornegay the grassy
meadow,
Sand quietly
entered the woodlot. Wak-'
ing birds, skittering field
mice, and other sounds
made by what could have
been legal game set my
teenage serves and bud-
ding hunter's instincts on
edge.
These earthbound
and airborne rustlings,
compounded by dripping
morning dewfall, held
most of my attention as
I slipped along the forest
floor seeking a spot to sit
down and blind in. Thus,
I almost failed to look up
and spot the gray squir-
rel moving toward me
through the canopy of
fall-colored leaves above. I
have since found myself in
numerous heart-pounding
situations, but few have
ever affected me like the
adrenaline rush brought
on by my discovery of that
lone bushytail moving gin-
gerly through the boughs
over my head.
Regaining a measure of
composure, I shouldered
my new shotgun and
pointed it skyward. As if
foreordained, the squirrel
halted, unconcealed, atop
a bare limb. Breathing
heavily, I aligned my eye
with the silver bead at the
business end of the barrel,
slowly cocked the ham-
mer, sighted in, and pulled
the trigger.
With the booming.,
report, the squirrel folded
and fell, landing in the dry
forest-floor litter at ap-
Sproximately the same time
I arrived to meet it.
Reaching down, I picked
up my felled quarry, and
deposited it in my game
bag, feeling for all the
world like a "real" hunter.
I scored twice more that
morning. Back home, I
cleaned my kill and (with
Mom's gracious "assis-
tance") later dined on a
"victory" meal of fried
squirrel, biscuits, and
gravy. Could there be a
more glorious repast?
Today, I often wax
nostalgic over hunts
experienced over the past
40-plus years. I fondly
remember hard-earned
whitetails, crafty, mean-
eyed wild boars, my first
SCanada goose, and the
first mallard I ever called
within shotgun range.
However, none of these
or any others remotely
compare with that first
all-by-myself squirrel that
succumbed to my brand
new single-shot Savage.
Thinking on it now, I'm
convinced none ever will.


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Cowboy charged after player dies


The Associated Press

IRVING, Texas Dallas
Cowboys practice-squad
linebacker Jerry Brown
was killed in a one-car
accident Saturday, and
teammate Josh Brent was
charged with intoxication
manslaughter.
Irving police spokesman
John Argumaniz said the
accident happened about
2:20 af.m. Saturday in the
Dallas suburb. Brent was
speeding when the vehi-
cle hit a curb and flipped
at least once, Argumaniz
said.
Argumaniz says the 25-
year-old Brown was found
unresponsive at the scene
and pronounced dead at a
hospital.
The police spokesman
said officers conducted a
field sobriety test on Brent
and arrested him. The
charge was upgraded after
Brown was pronounced
dead.
"We are deeply saddened
by the news of this accident
and the passing of Jerry
Brown," Cowboys owner
Jerry Jones said in a state-
ment released by the team.
"At this time, our hearts
and prayers and deepest
sympathies are with the
members of Jerry's family
and all of those who knew
him and loved him."
The team said in a state-
ment that Brent was hot
on, the team flight to


STHEASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent looks on during
warmups before an game against the Philadelphia Eagles
in Arlington, Texas on Dec. 2. Brent is facing an intoxication
manslaughter charge after an accident that killed teammate
Jerry Brown, a member of the team's practice squad.


Cincinhati, where the
Cowboys play the Bengals
on Sunday.
Argumaniz said Brent is
being held without bond.
Brent is named as Joshua


Price-Brent in the police
news release. Argumaniz
also said Brent missed a 10
a.m. Saturday booking ses-
sion with a judge because
he was intoxicated. He


does not know if Brent has
an attorney.
Brent, who played foot-
ball at the University of
Illinois, was arrested in
February 2009 near cam-
pus for driving under the
influence, driving on a sus-
pended license and speed-
ing, according to Cham-
paign County, Ill., court
records.
In June 2009, Brent
pleaded guilty to DUI and
was sentenced to '60 days
in jail, two years of proba-
tion, 200 hours of com-
munity service and a fine
of about $2,000. As part
of his plea deal, prosecu-
tors dropped one count of
aggravated DUI/no valid
driver's license. Brent suc-
cessfully completed his
probation in July 2011,
court records show.
The accident happened
a week after another NFL
tragedy. Chiefs linebacker
Jovan Belcher killed his
girlfriend and then com-
mitted suicide on Dec. 1.
Brent has played in all
12 games this season and
has been a bigger presence
on defense with starting
nose guard Jay Ratliff bat-
fling injuries. He made his
first career start the season
opener against'the New
York Giants and has 35
tackles and 1V sacks.
The Cowboys signed
Brown to their practice
squad Oct. 24, but he hasn't
been on the active roster.


A-Rod committed to 'hard road back'


The Associated Press

MIAMI -4 Alex Rodriguez
went to see doctors with
hopes of finding some-
thing wrong. When they
actually located a prob-
lem, only then did he start
feeling a bit better.
* The. New York Yankees'
third baseman said Satur-


day that not only are plans
set for him to have surgery
on his left hip in mid-Janu-
ary, but that he's also eager
to embrace the challenge
of coming back from both
the operation and an un-
believably abysmal finish
to last season. It's expected
that Rodriguez, who will be
making his sixth trip to the


disabled list in six seasons,
could be sidelined until
the All-Star break.
"I'm not concerned,"
Rodriguez told The
Associated Press.
Rodriguez had surgery
on his right hip in 2009,
missed about the first
month of the season and
still finished with 30 home


runs and 100 RBIs- plus
helped the Yankees win the
World Series. This surgery
is more complex, .since
it'll repair not only a torn
labrum but also a bone
impingement and a cyst.
The surgery is next month
because it was determined
he needed some time to
strengthen the hip first.


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9,2012 5BF


College Football


Manziel is first

freshman Heisman

Trophy winner


The Associated Press

NEW YORK Johnny
Football just got himself
a way cooler nickname:
Johnny Heisman.
Texas A&M quarterback
Johnny Manziel became
the first freshman to win
the Heisman Trophy, tak-
ing college football's top
individual prize Satur-
day night after a record-
breaking debut.
Notre Dame linebacker
Manti Te'o finished a dis-
tant second and Kansas
State quarterback Col-
lin Klein was third in the
voting. In a unique Heis-
man race, with two non-
traditional candidates,
Manziel broke through
the class barrier and kept
Te'o from becoming the
first purely defensive
player to win the award.
Manziel drew 474 first-
place votes and 2,029
points from the panel of
media members and for-
mer winners.
"I have been dreaming
about this since I was a
Skid," he said during his
acceptance speech after
hugging his mom, dad
and kid sister.
Manzielseemedincred-
ibly calm after his name
was announced, hardly
resembling the guy who
dashes around the foot-
ball field on Saturday.
Te'o had 321 first-place
votes, and 1,706 points
and Klein received 60


firsts and 894 points.
Just a. few days af-
ter turning 20, Manziel
proved times have truly
changed in college foot-
ball and that experience
can be really overrated.
For years, seniors dom-
inated the award named
after John Heisman, the
pioneering Georgia Tech
coach from the early
1900s. In the 1980s, ju-
niors started becom-,
ing common winners.
Tim Tebow became the
first sophomore to win
it in 2007, and two more
won it in'the next two
seasons.
Adrian Peterson had
come closest as a fresh-
man, finishing second
to Southern California
quarterback Matt Lein-
art in 2004. But it took
78 years for a newbie to
take home the big bronze
statue. Johnny Football
really can do it all.
Peterson was a true
freshman for Oklahoma.
As a redshirt freshmen,
Manziel attended school
and practiced with the
team last year, but did
not play in any games.
He's the second player
from Texas A&M to win
the Heisman John Da-
vid Crow took it home in
1957.- and did sowith-
out the slightest hint of
preseason hype. Manziel
didn't even win the start-
ing job until two weeks
before the season.


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Georgia Southern rally ousts Old Dominion


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'innon's 4-yard TD run on 2-yard run with 5:32 re- it. Heinicke's pass to Tyree
NORFOLK, Va. Domi- the first play of the fourth maining, and putting the Lee was behind him, fell
nique Swope ran 12 yards quarter, then got the ball pressure back on the Mou- incomplete and the Eagles
for a touchdown with 2:36 back when Dion DuBose archs. After getting a 15- drove for the winner.
remaining, and Geor- stripped Heinicke on third- yard roughing the passer It took them just three
gia Southern's defense and-7 fromthe Eagles' 13. call to move the ball to plays, Swope providing the
helped erase a twa-touch- McKinrion drove his their 41, Heinicke faced a finisher with a run up the
down deficit in the fourth team 79 yards in 12 plays, fourth-and-6 from his 39 middle.
quarter and beat Old Do-
minion 49-35 in the FCS
quarterfinals.
Jerick McKimnnon ran for
four touchdowns for the
Eagles (10-3), who com-
pleted just two passes all
day, but ran for 602 yards N 1 :
in pursuit of their seventh
national championship.
They trailed 35-21 enter-
ing the final quarter, then
scored the final 28 points
to reach the semifinals.
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Georgia Southern in front publication AIM,:
to stay. It was the second
consecutive season the
Eagles have dispatched
the Monarchs (11-2) from
the playoffs in a thriller.
Last season, the Eagles
won 55-48 at home.
Swope finished with 186
rushing yards, and McKin-
non had 171.
This time, the Monarchs
seemed in control when
they stopped the Eagles
on four consecutive drives
spanning the halves and
opened a 35-21 lead on He-
inicke's third touchdown
pass, 8 yards to Nick May-
ers, with 2:53 remaining in
the third quarter. But then
the Eagles defense rose to
the occasion.
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Cincinnati hires Tuberville as football coach


The Associated Press

CINCINNATI Texas
Tech's Tommy Tuberville
was hired Saturday as
Cincinnati's next football
coach, leaving the Big 12
for a school trying to move
up to a better conference.
The agreement came
one day after Butch Jones
left to become Tennessee's
next football coach, end-
ing a week of uncertainty
for the Bearcats (9-3). Cin-
cinnati has won a share of
four of the last five Big East
titles and will play in the
Belk Bowl.
Tuberville went 20-17
'n three seasons at Texas
Tech after coaching at
Mississippi and Auburn.
The Red Raiders (7-5) will
play Minnesota in the Mei-
neke Car Care Bowl after
missing out on a-bowl last
season.
Tuberville resigned as
Texas Tech's coach on Sat-
urday afternoon and was
expected to be introduced
at Cincinnati later ,in the
day on the basketball
court after the llth-ranked
Bearcats played Maryland
Eastern Shore.
His hiring ends a streak
of Cincinnati getting its
head coaches from smaller
conferences. It's athletic
director. Whit Babcock's
most significant hire in his
first year at the school.
The 58-year-old Tuber-
ville takes over a program
that has been a stepping
stone job for the last three
head'coaches. Mark Dan-
tonio, BrianKellyand Jones
all left after three years for
bigger programs Michi-
gan State, Notre Dame and
Tennessee, respectively.
Kelly and Jones both
came from Central MNichi-
gan, while Dantonio was
an assistant at Ohio State.
Like Kelly and Jones, Th-
berville likes a wide-open
offense. The Red Raiders
ranked second nationally
with 361.9 yards passing
this season.
His final season at Texas
Tech was marred by a side-
line outburst. TuberviUle
lost'his temper with grad-
uate assistant Kevin Oliver
during a 41-34 win over
Kansas.

Sports Br ief

Fehr maintains NHL,
players were close
todeal
TORONTO -Union
chief Donald Fehr is
sticking to his belief that
the NHL and the players' :,
association were close to a
deal before talks broke off
Thursday night.
Fehr repeated his stance
Saturday during a speech .
to the Canadian Auto
Workers union. He then
told reporters he thought
the owners and players
were "very close" to agree-
ing to a new collective
bargaining agreement.
NHL commissioner Gary
Bettman angrily disputed
the claim on Thursday
night.
Fehr says he hasn't
spoken directly with NHL
representatives and that
no talks are scheduled. He
adds that negotiations are
further ahead than a week
ago, even aiter the collapse
of talks.
The union executive
director also says there
is a tentative agreement
on a pension plan to be
funded by the players, but
other key issues, includ-
ing salaries and contract
lengths, are farther away
from being settled.

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strike Oliver after the Red was hired to replace Mike
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better, his' hiring allows them
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ery three years. Tuberville
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flux.
The university has been
disappointed by the Big
East's massive exodus and
lobbied to get into the At-
lantic Coast Conference.
Instead, rival Louisville got
accepted by the ACC, leav-
ing Cincinnati hoping it
could make the move in a
few more years.
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work to do on the athletic
facilities.
During Jones' tenure,
Cincinnati expanded its
football facility, adding a
practice field with a pro-
tective bubble for bad
weather. The school is try-
ing to figure out how to
upgrade 35,000-seat Nip-
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9,2012 7B rF


S Dear Annie: My niece, "Susan," is 23
years old and in college. After four years,
she still hasn't picked a major. She is quite
intelligent, but lazy and immature. She is
socially awkward and has lost friends be-
cause of her negative attitude.
My problem is, Susan wants to "hang
out" with my 15-year-old daughter. She
invites herself over whenever she likes.
My daughter is a terrific, normal girl who
excels in sports and school and has many
friends. She doesn't want to hang out with
a 23-year-old cousin, and we don't want
her to, either.
We try to make excuses, hoping Susan
will eventually get the-hint, to no avail.
Her mother doesn't get hints, either. It
sometimes puts us in an awkward posi-
tion because she is so persistent. I am tired
of being expected to accommodate Susan
because she is family. That shouldn't be a
free pass for forcing my child to be around
someone who is neither age appropri-
ate nor a good influence. I don't want
my daughter'sa "half-full" optimism to be
drained by someone who always thinks
the glass is half-empty. Suggestions?
-ANNOYED MOM

Dear Mom: What you call "lazy and im-
mature" is much more complicated.
When we hear that a young person is in-
telligent but socially awkward, it could be'
Asperger syndrome. The fact that Susan
likes to hang around with your 15-year-
old daughter indicates that she is uncom-
Sfortable with her peers. If her mother is
the same way, it is likely to be an inher-
ited trait and environmentally reinforced
behavior.
Please stop hinting to people who don't
get it. Talk to both Susan and her mother.
Say that you think Susan is smart and you
love her, but that she would benefit from
finding more appropriate friends. Sug-
gest they talk to Susan's physician about
an evaluation.


Bridge


Every year some classic bridge books are re-
printed.'This year I spotted "Famous Bridge Di-
sasters" by David Bird, "'When to Bid, When to
Pass" by Ron Klinger, "Kelsey on Squeeze Play"
(all Weidenfeld & Nicolson), and "The Complete
Book on Balancing" by Mike Lawrence (Baron
Barclay).
Look only at the East hand.Withboth sides vul-
nerable, you pass as dealer (would you?). There
are two more passes, then North opens one dia-
mond. What would you do, if anything?
As a precis of those books, the first highlights
expert errors, the second is for intermediates,
the third is for advanced players and those try-
ing to reach that plateau, and the fourth, which
has been revised and expanded; is typical of Law-
rence: comprehensive and instructive.
Some would open one club with that East
hand. Yes, it has only 10 high-card points, but it
has an easy rebid in spades, tells partner what to
lead, and will play well if a fit can be found with
partner. :
Given that you passed, though, you should en-
ter the auction now, despite those three low dia-
monds. Overcall two clubs. (If North had opened
one heart, you should make a takeout double.)
South will probably raise to two diamonds, and
the opponents will do well to stop in a making
partscore.
At the table, East passed, South responded one
no-trump, and North raised to three no-trump.
Now, understandably, West led the heart five and
declarer took the first 10 tricks.
As Klinger writes, do not adopt a conservative
approach to overcalls just because partner has al-
ready passed. With adequate suit quality (impor-
tant) andthe points required, intervene as usual.


Dear Annie: Please address a common
breach of basic table manners. I see folks
who should know better use their index
finger to push all sorts of food onto their
forks. This includes beans, rice, peas, etc.
There is always a perfectly good knife
alongside their plates, but they don't use
it.
"Finger food" is one thing, but this ex-
tends the definition too far, and it is abso-
lutely disgusting. Are some people so lazy
that they are not willing to pick up their
knives?
-MR. MANNERS

Dear Mr. Manners: Maybe, but we will
give them the benefit of the doubt and as-
sume they simply do not know any better.
In addition to one's knife, it is permissible
to use a piece of bread to push such things
onto a fork, but it is not good manners to
use your fingers to do so. If these people
are your children, you may correct them.
Otherwise, you will simply have to hold
youi tongue and set a good example.
Dear Annie: I hope you have room for
one more letter about bridal couples who
neglect to pay the pastor or the organist.
Our church solved the issue of wedding
fees by printing a booklet with prices and
church policies. The booklet is given to
couples who want to marry in our church.
The fees for the pastor, organist and cus-.
todian must be paid at the rehearsal.
CHURCH MUSICIAN

Dear Musician: We've heard from a great
many church organists and pastors who
have said that these fees should be men-
tioned at the time the couple inquires
about holding the wedding, and that the
money should be paid in advance.
Dear Readers: Tonight is The Compas-
sionate Friends'Worldwide Candle Light-
ing for children who have died. Please
light a candle this evening at 7 p.m., local
time, and remember them with love.


CELEBRITY CIPHER
by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and pIresent.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
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"There is nothing good in war." Abraham Lincoln
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by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
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have impeccable paranoia credentials." Mordecai Richler

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2012 and the 79th day of
autumn.
TODAY'S HISTORY: In
1867, the capital of the
Colorado Territory was
moved from Golden to
Denver.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS:
John Miltoi (1608-1674),
poet; Emmett Kelly (1898-
1979), clown; Jean de
Brunhoff (1899-1937),
author; Kirk Douglas
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(1922-1991), comedian;
Judi Dench (1934- ), ac-
tress; Dick Butkus (1942-
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Entertainment Brief


Mob memoir details
Scarfo's bloody
Pa. reign
PHILADELPHIA- As
the latest mob trial un-
folds in Philadelphia, a
new memoir is out this
month from the long-
time underboss to Nico-
demo "Nicky" Scarfo.
"Mafia Prince" author
Philip Leonetti has been
in hiding since turning


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54 Opposite'
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57 Piece of
turf
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on his mob family in
1990 and spilling secrets
to the FBI.
Leonetti admits in the
book to killing 10 people
for Scarfo, his notori-
ously ruthless uncle, in
the 1970s and 1980s.
His testimony led to
his early release from
prison in 1992, after
serving just five years of
a 45-year sentence.
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arm bone
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Silvers
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cousin
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Edition"
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Air Rifle, GAMO .177 $125 850-482-4616
Antique Hoosier Cabinet $300 850-209-0702
Barbie: 1996 Olympic, NIB $20.850-557-0778
Bathroom Surround Kit. $100, 850-352-2040
Bike: Boys Mongoose 16" $30.850-209-2676
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Camcorder, Sony. digital $300. 850-482-7665
Camera: Olympus $159 FIRM. Call 850-482-7665
Dolls Porcelain dressed $10/ea 850-482-7665
Doors: steel & wood $15.-$20. 850-593-9987


Dresser, wood. w/niahtstand. $50.850-209-6977


Jeff Gordon Collection. $5.+un. 850-557-0778


Lumber, treated, 2x6x14 $3.50ea 850-594-5200


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BUSINESS OPPOR "--




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Solid Oak Dining Table/3Leafs/Five Legs $125
good cond., 4 Oak Chairs $100 Excellent Cond.,
China Cabinet/original glass and knobs/$50
fair cond., Antique glassware: Sets of Gold
trim varied prices and Clear Iris/Vase $30,
Pitcher $30, Butter Dish $20, Cream and Sugar
$15, 9- 6 inch Glasses $100. Glassware Excellent
Cond.. Call 334-446-4229 rk

Laptop, charger and bag $350. 850-557-1454

Split Oak Firewood, Delivered in Wiregrass.
$75 For a Full sized Pickup load. $12 for 5
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Wanted: Old Coins, Gold,
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Mini Fridge: made by Haier. $25. 850-209-8116
Peanut Equip: cooker-boiler $350. 850-272-2572
Picket Fence Panels 10, $100, 850-209-3665
Pro-Form AirWalker Exercise $150 850-482-8416
Ride-on Car: Princess 12 volt. $50. 850-899-0010
Sink Pedastel. $100, 850-352-2040
Tin, used, clean, 3x24 $1 per ft. 850-594-5200
Tires (2) 245-65-17 $40. 850-557-5037.


Tires & Rims (4) Toyota 16" $350 850-272-2572


Trailer Hitch off Mustang $29. 850-482-7665


TV 25" great cond. $40. obo 850-209-6977
TV Camera closed circuit, $25, 850-482-7933
Washer/Dryer Maytag $350. 850-482-3780
Wheelchair, INVACARE new $200 850-592-1234


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Restaurant Equipment
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3ft. convection oven on stand 220 volt
4 burner grill for cooking steaks
Seven 4-seater tables
30 black stack chairs
4 boxes of plastic dishes, glass plates,
plastic cups & silverware.
14ft 4 well steam table with ref unit and
display case.
3ft metal roll around storage box.
$5,000. ALL Call 334-791-2800

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FREE: 6 wk female Christmas kitten litter
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hBaby is free to
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.She is 1 year old,
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r ; She does not get along
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Dynasty Shih-Tzu Scaling Down Sale
3 year old brother and sister Shih-Tzu origi-
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and is a proven breeder. Current shots,
health certificate and 3 generation
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Reg. Mini Chocolate Schnauzers,
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Lot rent included. For details
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AUTS FR* AL
1999 Honda Civic EX 126,200 K mi. Nice clean
car. Reg. oil changes, new battery & spark
plugs. New drive belt at 100 K mi. Runs great,
nut needs A/C work. $4000. Only serious inq.
please. 334-714-7694 Leave Message.
2005 Toyota Camry LE 1-owner 102K mi. leather
seats, alloy wheels, tinted windows, exc. cond.
$9500.334-714-0858
Buick 2005 LeSabre, Low Miles, Very good
condition, white, gray cloth interior, Kelley
Bluebook value is over $10K, asking $9000
334-803-4096


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

^.. - Honda 2012 Civic LX
-T| ':i Sedan: Only 6,500 miles.
Dark gray paint with two
tone gray inside. Tinted
windows. Automatic. No accidents or smoke.
Power windows and locks, CD player, 2 sets of
floor mats. $16,500. Call 333-268-3900
t,,twuSass.S Hyundai 2001 Accent GL,
Automatic, 4 cylinder, 4
... _.... door, 65,000 miles, clean,
i $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
MINI 2010.Cooper S This
sweet little Mini has an auto-
matic 1.6 turbo engine and
gets up to 34 MPG. She has
been driven less than 13,000
miles, a panoramic sunroof,
and a Harmon Kardon premi-
um sound system. Bluetooth, USB/Ipod adap-
tor, and 100% maintenance until August 2013 is
also included. The asking price is negotiable.
Call 816-752-0947
or email: rayherrera93@gmail.com.


S" 2011 Harley Davidson
... i*. Super Glide Custom
"' cool blue pearl & vivid
*-s black, garage kept,
10K mi. full factory
warranty.
(The following are H/D accessories)
Alarm system w/pager & FOB windshield,
pass. back rest, luggage rack, hwy. pegs
(You will not be disappointed) $13,000 *
334-598-0061 or 334-432-4372
2012 Harley Ultra Glide
Sa Limited. 1400 miles. A lot
-S of extras included. No
^ time to enjoy. Asking
-"s2 ~.$2, 900. Call 334-268-3900.


Hprley, 2003 Electra Glide,
S a 25K mi..Great Bike!
I", ~EXTRAS! $8,500
334-794-5296 or
334-596-5098
Yamaha, 2011 TR125 blue & white dirt bike,
New! Electric start $2850. 913-660-2954 Dothan


2003 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 satellite radio,
rear air, sunroof, DVD player, custom rims
& running boards 117K mi. $9700.
334-714-8765 or 334-714-9545
Chevrolet 2008 Tahoe, Fully loaded, 88K miles,
white with tan interior Excellent condition 334-
695-0355
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LF15973


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
DIVISION
SCASE NO.: 32-2008-CA-000478
BANK OF NEW YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
CERTIFICATEHOLDER S CWABS, INC. ASSET-
BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005- BC5,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KIRK M. HAGIN, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order
Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated Novem-
ber 13.2012 and entered in Case NO. 32-2008-
CA-000478 of the Circuit Court of the FOUR-
TEENTH Judicial Circuit in and for JACKSON
County, Florida wherein.BANK OF NEW YORK
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATEHOLDER S
CWABS, INC. ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2005- BC5, is the Plaintiff and KIRK M.
HAGIN; REGINA L. HAGIN; MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INCORPO-
RATED, AS NOMINEE FOR EMC MORTGAGE
CORPORATION; are the Defendants, The Clerk
of the Courtwill sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at NORTH DOOR JACKSON
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, MARIANNA, FLORIDA
at 11:00AM, on the 10th day of January 2013,
the following described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
LOTS 9,11,13 AND 15 IN BLOCK 111 IN THE
TOWN OF MALONE, FLORIDA AND BEING 100
FEET NORTH AND SOUTH BY 190 EAST AND
WEST ON THE WEST SIDE OF 10TH STREET.
A/K/A 5451 10TH STREET, MALONE, FL 32445


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Infiniti 2004 FX35:
fully loaded, excellent
condition, garage kept,
wa; pearl white, 96K miles,
$ 15,40 00.
Call 334-796-1855
Toyota 2010 FJ Cruiser Trail Teams Edition,
22,088 miles, sandstorm exterior, 4X4, excellent
cond., warranty, $12,400, ngar@netscape.com
T BUSIES-!i ,-TRC=ORSR:A.io i LER=
Ford 1987 3910 Tractor Excellent Condition,
Taylorway Cutter 2010, 5ft. Disc Harrow, All for
$10,000 334-695-5123 or 334-687-2319
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LF15972 Notice of Sheriff's Sale
Jackson County Sheriff's Office
4012 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Florida 32446
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, as
Sheriff of Jackson County, Florida in accord-
ance with the provisions of Florida Statues
274.04 and 274.06, declares the.below motor
vehicles to be surplus property
of the Jackson County Sheriffs Office.
The undersigned will offer for sale, and sell as
is, at public auction to the highest responsible
bidder, for cash, at the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office, 4012 Lafayette Street, Marian-
na, and Florida 32446, at/or about 10:00a.m. on
the 20th day of December, 2012 the following
described forfeited and personal tangible prop-
erty, to wit:
Departmental Vehicles:
2000 Ford Crown Vic Vin#2FAFP71W7YX173423;
2001 Ford Taurus Vin#1FAFP53UllA236059;
2002 Chevy Impala Vin#2G1WF52E129215242;
2003 Ford Crown Vic Vin#2FAFP71W23X186055;
2003 Ford Crown Vic Vin#2FAFP71W63X186057;
2003 Ford Crown Vic'Vin#2FAFP71W93X186053;
2003 Ford Cutaway Vin#1FDSE35LX3HB33381;
2004 Ford Crown Vic Vin#2FAFP71W54X175455;
2005 Ford Crown Vic Vin#2FAFP71W85X149384;
2005 Ford Crown Vic Vin#2FAFP71W45X149382;
2005 Ford Crown Vic
Vin#2FAFP71W35X149387; 2006 Ford Crown Vic
Vin#2FAFP71WX6X107879;
2007 Ford Crown Vic Vin#2FAFP71W47X130527;
2007 Ford Crown Vic Vin#2FAFP71W67X101353;
2003 Harley Motorcycle
Vin#1HDlBHY143Y025143
The undersigned, Sheriff of Jackson County,
Florida, reserves the right to reject any and all
bids and to remove any item(s) from the sale
without prior notice. Vehicles are sold without
any warranty or guarantee as to mechanical
condition. Vehicles may be inspected as to
condition one hour prior to sale. Buyers must
pay for and remove vehicles by 3pm December
31,2012: EXCLUDE Holidays Dec. 24/25 and
Weekends.
Must have Bill of Sale to pick-up vehicless.
Title(s) will be mailed to buyer once it is trans-
ferred.
In Accordance with the American with disabili-
ties act, persons with disabilities needing spe-
cial accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the A.D.A. coordinator
telephone number 850-482-9624 ext. 402 not
later than seven (7) days prior to the proceed-
ings. If hearing impaired, (TDD 1-800-955-8770,
via the Florida Relay Service.
DATED this 28th day of November 2012.
Louis S. Roberts III, Sheriff
Jackson County, Florida
By: /s/ Linda Cowan Deputy Sheriff


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LF15979 PUBLIC LEGAL NOTICE
The Chipola College District Board of Trustees
will hold a rule adoption meeting in conjunc-
tion with the Board meeting scheduled for
Tuesday, January 15, 2013 beginning at 7:00
P.M. in the Public Service Building Board Room.
Policy 5.061 Electronic Transfer of Funds is to
comply with the Florida Statutes and Policy
5.060 Investment of Funds will be to update
language concerning the above policy.
Purpose, Effect, and Summary:
Economic Impact:
If requested within fourteen (14) days of this
notice, a hearing will be held January 15, 2013.
A copy of this policy may be obtained by writ-
ing the President's Office, Chipola College,
3094 Indian Circle, Marianna, Florida 32446.


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WATERFRONT home
located on Meritts Mill
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Backyard with deck
perfect for relaxing!
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with approx 3,000 feet of Waterfronflt! MLS#247816.
CALL CRESH HARRISON 850-482-1700


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Any person claiming an interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, other than the property
owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court
on November 13, 2012.
Dale R. Guthrie
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tammy Bailey
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability who needs
any accommodation in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to.
you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at
P. 0. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 or by
phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days
before your scheduled court appearance, or
immediately upon receiving this notification if
the time before the scheduled appearance is
less than seven (7) days. If you are hearing im-
paired, please call 711.
ADA Coordinator
P.O. Box 1089
Panama City, Florida 32402
Phone: 850-747-5338 Fax: (850) 747-5717
Hearing Impaired: Dial 711
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Licensed Agent
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SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER
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for storage. GreD t at Iion. M S 247537 REDUCEDII S154,900 wi underground utilities. This home
OfeaHuresO F ONrSat/cffered val ted Smart BuyorNew $i20060this
S" 2,bedroom,i bath looks
































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ceilings, crown moldingetwo central brand nTw.aLowRmaiitenance
Sohas 4 h beFOOTS p stainless steel appliances, hardwood & fi 3floorng. The5b RI o s have0 .culture m e shoe L ar b
manyn Flatures in lg couneops & e master bath has lal cuzzi separate Shower. Easy to show, maoee hyourm shoawervti eik withh s a lg lo T u
e h Li chea l can in a pooing went today!MLS#247865 $230,000 nie ue it irse hm t rge an/dnn o This
wunes, n n en maobt h e l flows well, Covered, screened in back patio for those nice mornings or evenings
ohnit o a le el l the and a place toe lax n p vae Hom e is convenient to downtown, schools, s hoppingre a
$12 9i0ed ane ead..l, f wip dining, etc. Make an appointment today, $89,000. MLS #247783

hs a PRIrEesatans7n5sh1 GreatThisveintfos MOST ,"" seu Make ,'r,, appottme3 t
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Interior features include formal ivng/dining o d J ifLI ,-,-,,i ,,t ..w I.. ,1h, ||'3till ihe new (2005)! This




ooms, den, thaodi rngeUrba n with al l j, Vh. I8IhLS2477678* Ih--elte- shom, 2 bath, with
tomefas buaandneoh3npceSiztbeandn TsituhnewUstcarpet I RupA-k. apsrs.sbons a
and .the delrefe]garage hasroom for oTo a o itf, i 'R A J :,m, ,culate. 18' ceilings
Worksop, M loated o oneone. l /i. hi,, ',,.,,, ,,, 1" ,,,gorgeous hardwood
MLS247519 PRICE9REDUCTION,9 0' I3, .. Ii,,,,,h "'. n,,, re ro desia



S B$124,900. "4lSE Rti N CTB, L I "os, ., Pl,, ,nl withprivated master a suite and large mas brck ath. Landscape d a nd irrigated se e
EXECUTIVE^.A HP O MEhs witha my m r, v ,... ., 11 1.n yr t ad enclose d screened and insulated roof coers the back porch, just right
T V c t e r th for entertaining. Located in beautiful Spr intg Chase Convenient to shopping,
hI.ia p l t ,d ,, 3 a ,t- hospitals, restaurants and schools. This is a MUST see! Make your appointment
I,.us.MLS240005n $75.000 today ot MLS # RD247079A. $239,000






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MLS 247443 BIG PRICE REDUCTIO aI!i$299,900., ,i,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,, 3, s
"+ HORSE RIll IN COUINTRf. for Ltn:, S850O PH rMon i th IN edrooms, onebathlcar garage, all brick, fenced-in back yar includes
a a, e lot, f, f i ,, v...t.e... r '.......Ias b ilding, a storage building, fenced for privacy. Excellentlocation! Priced
dhkht and.....ck...househ0carport..I .........C P" toEselbringall-offers. $39,900. MLSen247733





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il lllllui,,le m i r et o woh ,,,,,h ,O,,h,,red,, a..m ,hl~ ,,, .,, avlan,,lra erlso y,,fe ei r, evdv rm tneSeateCre tsi
burning, stee, k,, i tch en,, wi th,, "hl ih, i i,,,I ,, I ~ vvrce OP~Y tvrnS rea~e ea .c ,ue ,,nooet o,,a h,,n i ,,nu ,
greif conertponocmssieIn ,,IA. ,-.1 i
tbek and f eed rooms plus two othet
2 4 7 0 5 9 P R IC E 5RE D U C E D I $ 2 2 9 9 0 0 . R.ll .,a nIJidrgJ 'she dl l to ot
i,.3bs,'odeM211-13. i ',,,h h,,, ,,i
GRE pacINVSTMmNTIin room 'relar.ce eBoyette site.Thegra'dedroadaisSo'tobeapavedroad. Paerfi-fwidife. Close proxi ity
I,,,I,,,,,, n Ice ,,,e wI h l ,rge dtoMariannagaadtowHwy.a231foreasyaccesstoPanamaCityBeaches. andi mall, or
.. p, i new tb.....anvi..s......t..e ustinorth to Doin ALgeudtha, n 5 m nuts to i-h0 i MLS# LV247735A. $25 000
Ia is.L 0 .".18i riee $9,0 M,..... .
II','MLS 2 47583 PRI1CE,',, t I,,,i with living/ l ks wit
a lSpanish styae home located I m ,.e... p. ...,,, ,,,,3BR sun '
oG e a lare lot features formal Exteriorhas
living( an dining 6 ooms9 ex.. .... ..aisu, tu ,sd asm aved w-e






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shedef [arihte.ylwf Hit atdinnfoareHamandden. fdnihouselallarporl. Soff0a ceanu s erak ebUao Fap ofm
brick headthf r o pe Ewood1. ...r M ..,cO..... .tY2 rgs n l,,o c i hr'
brigstove, kitchen with .rn.g..,, ,.rI.,,I. ., ... HWAEPOET!Yuntb ~p~lta.RDCDPie 2900ML1277
granitecountertops and mssiveII ma dow ,,,,,..,,
..................ah. En eoy wcookuto ustrlaxonthes fewr wwwl 4mrnd n.h.. .. .om. .
deck. MLS2247755 $1i 5,000. 7Mall Pe ll ,.nd ,,, ie- Cn.. ...t:.... ..
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doorI. M sPo2n4 eelwode4lrdwih130a1 t
p fohoomp, 3 bayth room s,ldene y.... pIn4e1 as3 ""'i....... .
o ptlltfireailce, formal living room There are somany fea$res thato.0I, I t
....a.o w-lll. ,0hnlscnl IQiin3llmll,,llredn. ... .11
t h hwniceokitchenwithoerhgeodininghom edlianorseatermus tctmlone etc 96 f t a cenen t
:n,'. Updates include new point, home, largeong rae. us ow meni o hnd Springs area, in ground fiberglass salt pool with! screen inclosure, sprinkler system
mlas,lgranite hunter ps, a tcu e d e r in the yard, 30X40 pole barn with workshop, all on 3.73 acres, corner lot. MOTIVATED
r~h (ri wodjroain.,Yad n$filpoce, Fireki ngtchen eterdbillions. SELLER! BIRING ALL OFFERS! Price:S$299,000 MIS# 2469 54









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."elehr i," 1'l,,6,, ,,,h1 MLS 247583 PRICE united aiporbie hbama, Pclen honse,
REDUCEDIeg$1e09,900. gond anr e efr our al imse lgen hI od wioesand
-s Wellmbaiat ric[aeme withemith tidleAtoomtheopahoauMse 1, 000dren9p*$85,000
wie al.nt s areatninvessmentfoVerentalatinedl iI +" :' -:'' '
a first firme buyer is this 2 bedroom -. --,-.+ n "J ,, rj. l
Ed kMcC ey wtRealtowr m.o. ... Mcobiage ste home with wood close .."
ne w o etr 57 rOte,8 floo ngt s m isaIocated on paved street
-" hwe oyure a rl .ca tO, 30 year o fI '3 hldreuno town. kord has a smill nder 6,000 SF of space. Currently being used as a warehouse
emccf~ oy aotndow som ehed .,. .'.. ...=:.a_.a.. s shed for storage. MLS#2471,56 for Habitat for Humanity of Maianna. Makean
ga ne o oto$today0 MLS# CC247736A. $70,000










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'r.-,7 -. 2bts e hdsaw meatot shpitodrm Iohd ngstiamarhu etoctpocdrmotorsatpend sni4t756o$2,s0am htto r. : Eaetn -,,ig anddoin
sepn,3wthitgssdlw6hneu leanl oltoored ir colt tody Oy Cosetottotd e Chpe,10, Paam c tyhatand bacte, viue an tPa inama City 0 FLBrn Sl
lottsheedd wies.MIS24702h139500 MusH2o2n off51,900LS#4LR2 470A 31,0
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- 128 SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9,2012


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SISS-VSAUTO., ALLOYS


M S.................. ...... ......................$24.485
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT.........................S490
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH..................... $1,500
FMCC BONUS CASH............................... .....$500


MO M50UPERCREW
^^^ LARIAT 4Z4
-^Mf~gg^ ECOBOOST ENGINE.,
CHROME PKG., NAV.,
MAX TRAILER
TOW, LOADED
MSRW ...... ... ..... ...... .... *..................$51,860
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT................. S3,865
r i c RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH............ ......... S2,00(
" f 'l Z F--V FMCC BONUS CASH............................$2,00(
BmTRADE IN ASSISTANCE CASH.................$1,00(
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POWER PKG.,
ALLOY WHEELS


Mbi j n ...... ....... ............ ....... - 2, 425.,i.^ it
SCHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT.................$1,930

ow '24,495


EXPEDITION
LIMITED 4X4
LEATHER, 20" CHROME
WHEELS, POWER
RUNNING BOARDS


MSRP............................... ......... ... ..... .52.350
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT............S.......$1,855
SRETAIL CUSTOMER CASH.......................$5,000


#12372


45,495


FOCUS
SE
SE SPORT PKG.,
SPOILER,
17" ALLOYS


MSRP ......................... .... ...............$21,360
r CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT .....................$865
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH.................$2,000
0ow s18,495


SUPERDUTY
k 4X4 LARIAT, DIESEL,
INTERIOR PACKAGE


MSRP......................................................... $57,635
t^- A- CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT .....................5$4,640
A AV RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH ........................$3,000
FMCC BONUS CASH .............$...............,..$2,000
#12204 47,995
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07 FORD F-150
SUPER CAB XLT
TWO TONE PAINT, 5.4 V8,
54K MILES, #13183A
WAS $18,995
Now $16,995


08 TOYOTA
HIGHLANDWER
V6, POWER PACKAGE,
NICE! 66K MILES #P3365A
WAS $19,995
now $17,995


THIS WEEKS SPECIAL!!!
10 FORD F150
SUPER CREW XLT
5.4 V8, PWR PKG.,
ALLOY WHLS., 48K MI.
P3357 WAS $26,995
.$21,495


07 FORD EXPLORER
LIMITED
LEATHER, V8, SUPER CLEAN,
64K MILES, 13148A
WAS $20,995
NOW $18,495


11GMC
SIERRA SLE
V8, STD. CAB, 9K MILES,
#12205A
WAS $21,995
now $19,995


10 FORD F-150 08 FORD F150 11 FORD F150 09 CHEVROLET 08 FORD F150
SUPER CAB XLT SUPERCREW FX2 SUPER CAB XLT TAHOE LT SUPERCREW LARIAT
V-8, PWR. PKG., HARD COVER, LEATHER, 5.4 V8, NICE! 5.0 V8, POWER PKG., LEATHER, MOONROOF. LEATHER,
STEP BARS, CHROME PKG., 45K MI #P3365A ALLOYS, 27K MILES, DVD, 67K MILES 20" WHEELS, 48K MI.
#13116B 4#P3364 #12225B #P3385
WAS $23995 WAS $23,995 WAS $25,995 WAS $29,995 WAS $28,995
Now $21,995 Now $21,995 NOW$23,995 ow$25,995 Nw$26,995


08 LINCOLN
NAVIUGATER
LEATHER, MOONROOF,
DVD, 48K MILES
WAS $32,995
now $29,5


10 CADILLAC
SRX
LEATHER, CHROME WHEELS,
43K MILES, #13110A
WAS $32,995
OW $29,995


12 FORD F150
XLT SUPERCREW
ECOBOOST ENGINE, CHROME
PKG.,CONVENIENCE PKG.
#12350A
SWAS $34,995
NOw$31,995


11 FORD
EXPLORER LMUT.
LEATHER, LOADED,
CERTIFIED! 24K Ml., #P33614
WAS $35,995
NOW $33.995


11 FORD F150
SUPER CREW LARI
4X4, 50, V8, LEATHER,
ONE OWNER, 35K
#12162A
WAS $37,995
ow $35,995


Plenty More Great Deals On The Lot To Choose From!

Our Sales Team Is Here To Help You! ___


Bill Alird


John Allen


John Bryan


Craig Bard


Ronnie Coley Ryan McLaulin


*AII prices plus $299.50 P&H, tax, tag & title. All incentives applied. Incentives good thru 12/05/12,
Pictures for illustration purposes only. Prices good thru 12/05/2012 W.A.C.
HWY. 90 MARIANNA, FL (850) 4824043 1 (866) 587-3673
www.ChipoolaFord.om RICK BARNES, sL.ManA


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