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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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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UF00028304:00976

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


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Man charged with sex offense against 13-year-old
BY DEhRAH BUCKHAcLTER charged with lewd or lascivious grandfather called authori- sexual relationship with Pep- her and took her into protective
battery on a victim less than 16 ties Sunday to report that Pep- ples," officers stated in the custody.
years of age. He ples was lying in bed with the release. Pepples hid in the house, au-
A 24-year-old local man is ac- 1 is additionally girl, kissing and fondling her. Authorities deployed a ca- thorities said, but was foundin a
cused of committing a sex of- | chargedinthe case Pepples and the girl had left nine tracking team to help find utility room. Officers say he tried
fense against a 13-year-old girl, resisting an officer the residence together by the Pepples and, after an extensive to run away and had to be tased
according to a press release from without violence time deputies arrived. The girl's search, located him and the girl when he failed to comply with
the Jackson County Sheriff's and interference mother told the responding at a residence on Bethlehem orders to stop. He was taken to
Office. with custody deputies that she "suspected Road. The girl ran when deputies the Jackson County jail to await
Andrew James Pepples is pepples The child's her daughter was having a arrived but officers caught up to first appearance.


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Local officials react to Connecticut school shooting rig stolen
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com w il
Flags will be flown at half mast until
sunset tonight across the country. The show ered
gesture was ordered Friday by President BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
Barack Obama. dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com
It is a symbol of America's respect and
mourning for the 20 school children and Half of the tractor-trailer rig
six adults who were gunned down by a stolen Friday while its driver
'man who then committed suicide at an was showering at a local travel
elementary school in New- centerhas been located, but
town; Conn. last Friday. authorities are still trying to find
And, for many, it is a so- the other half.
bering reminder. The Tallahassee Police
About 1,000 miles sepa- Department found the trailer
rate Jackson County from section around midnight that
that community, but the evening, but by then it had been
distance matters very little attached to a different tractor,
Benton as local parents come to also discovered stolen from the
grip with a terrifying fact it local area. The second tractor
could have just as easily have happened was stolen in Calhoun County
here. Jackson County School Superinten- but belonged to Jackson County
dent Steve Benton knows that all too well; resident who didn't realize
he's been fielding worried calls since the until authorities told him that
shocking massacre took place. his tractor was missing. The
Benton has tried to reassure parents as man who was driving it at the
best he can. All Jackson County Schools time the TPD pulled him oter
have safety protocols in place and those was taken into custody but
are regularly reviewed and updated. And authorities had not been
Bentonrhas already told his risk manage- able to positively identify
ment director,. Stuart Wiggins, to make him as of early Sunday
double-sure all school administrators morning.
have everything they need to safeguard The original tractor, stolen
the children in their schools. from the parking lot of the
Benton said Friday's slayings are the Pilot Travel Center in Marianna
stuff his nightmares are made of. shortly before 4:47 p.m. Friday,
"I've been a principal for 20 years," is described as a blue 2004
the newly-elected superintendent said. Freightliner with California
"You've always got it in the back of your tag All29114. It should read
mind, this fear that something like this "PAC9" on the cab. Anyone
could happen. All we can do is prepare with information on its where-
and train, and then you have to face the abouts is asked to call the
question, what could this school have local sheriff's office at
done differently? As I understand it, a man 482-9648.
came up, shot out a glass window, opened Its trailer, recovered by the
the door and opened fire. Just like that, it TPD, contained over ahalf-
was done. We can look at this as a wake- million dollars worth of Coach
up call for all administrators, but I know 0 purses bound for a Macy's
that the potential stays on their minds,SKIFLORIDAN location in California. All the
The rain-soaked flags at the Jackson County Courthouse were flying at half-staff Monday to merchandise was recovered.
See REACTION, Page 5A honor the victims in the Newtown, Connecticut school shooting Friday.



Grand Ridge DODGING THE DOWNPOURS


man arrested on



Frog charges
From Staff Reports presence of weapons, he
tried to pull away, accord-
A Grand Ridge man was ing to a press release from
~harged with possession of the Jackson County Sheriff's
a controlled substance Sun- Office.
day after officers allegedly As he was doing so, he reached
found more than 14 grams of for his jacket pocket, authori-
suspected crack cocaine' in his ties reported. He was detained,
jacket pocket. and officers discovered a
Officers originally pulled pill bottle in the pocket he'd
Timonth Terress Smith over be- been reaching for, according
cause the vehicle he was driv- to the release. Officials said
ing matched a description given the bottle contained just over MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN
by a caller reporting that shots 14 grams of suspected crack Barry Templeton and his grandson, Kaeden Templeton, brave Monday's very rainy weather to
had been fired-in the area of cocaine. pick up some groceries at McDaniel's Grocery Store in Sneads. The current forecast is for
Calhoun Road around 12:15 Smith, 34, was taken to the sunny to partly cloudy weather with highs In the mid-60s and lows in the mid-l40s through
a.m that day When officer were Jackson County jail for booking Wednesday. Scattered showers are expected Thursday with lows dipping into the mid-30s and
patting Smith down for the on the charge. a high of 69.
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JACKSON COUNTY Community Calendar
FL O R ID AiN TUESDAY, DEC. 18 a USDA Food Distribution. Attendance limited to persons D Alcoholics Anonymous a "Quit Smoking Now"
I St.Anne Thrift Store 8a.m.at 4297 Liddon St in with a desire to stop drinking; Open Meeting 4:30-5:30 Class/Support Group -
Publisher Valeria Roberts Hours a.m. to p.m Marianna, Eldercare Services papers will not be signed. p.m. in the AA rbom of First Noon in the Jackson Hospital
vroberts@jcfloridan.com Tuesdays and Thursdays at will give out USDA and Brown United Methodist Church, cafeteria board room. Class
4285 Second Ave. in Mari- Bag food. Call 482-3220. FRIDAY, DEC. 21 2901 Caledonia St. in Mari- meets weekly, beginning Dec.
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski anna. All Christmas items half ) Job Club 10:30 a.m. to )) Danny Morales Memorial anna. 27 No cost to attend Free.
doberski@jcfloridan.com price, starting Dec. 18. Store 1:30 p.m. at the Marianna Benefit 5-8 p.m. at Madi- nicotine replacement therapy
closed Dec. 25-Jan. 2. Goodwill Career Training son Street Park, Marianna. SUNDAY, DEC. 23 available for participants. Call
CONTACT US Optlmit Club of Jackson Center, 4742 Highway 90 in Food, vendors, a bounce Alcoholics Anonymous d8-2 emailesiemo-
Telephone: 850-526-3614 County Meeting Noon Marianna. Learn job seeking/ house and kids'activities are Closed Discussion 6:30
TFn: 850-482-4478 at Jim's Buffet & Grill in retention skills. Call 526-0139. planned. There will be door p.m. at 4349 W. Lafayette n Orientation -12:30-3:30
FAX:850-482-4478 Marianna. Alcoholics Anonymous prizes, a silent cake auction, St. in Marianna (in one- p.m. at the Marianna Goodwill
Email: editorialjcfloridan.com Make and Take Ornament Open Meeting -12-1 p.m. in and a raffle drawing for a story building behind 4351 Career Training Center, 4742
Mailing Address: Day- 12-8 p.m. at the Jack- the AA room of First United large prize pack that includes W. Lafayette St.). Attendance Highway 90 in Marianna. Reg-
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447 son County Public Library, Methodist Church, 2901 an iPad, TV, gift cards and a limited to persons with a ister for free job placement
Street Address: 2929 Green St. in Marianna. Caledonia St. in Marianna. number of other items. Raffle desire to stop drinking 'and computer training; learn
4403 Constitution Lane Parents and children welcome tickets: $5 each. Proceeds will Alcoholics Anonymous about services. Call 526-0139.
Marianna, FL 32446 to craft Christmas ornaments THURSDAY, DEC.20 help with funeral epenses Meeting 8 .m. in the Alcoholics Anonymous
Call 209-1550,573-6679 o Meeting 8 p.m. in the ) Alcoholics Anonymous
Office Hours: (supplies provided). Call Anne Thr t 0707r board room of Campbellton- Closed discussion, 8-9
Weekdays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. .'482-9631. H S a.m. to 14p.m. Graceville Hospital, 5429, p.m:, First United Methodist
eekdays8a.m.to5p.m. H s 9 am. to 1 p.m. t Celebrate Recovery College Drive, Graceville. Church, 2901 Caledonia St:,
S/ )) Sewing Circle- 1 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Marianna, in the AA room.
MISS YOUR MPER?''. ; at Jackson County Senior Citi- 4285 Second Ave. in Mari- Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Attendance li t o persons
Youshouldreiveyo ewspaper no zens2931ptimist Dve i anna. All Christmas items hlf Road in Marianna. Adult, teen MONDAY, DEC. 24 with a desire to stop drinking;
than 6 a.f it does arrive, callCircula-rice, starting 18. Store meetings to "overcome hurts, Marlanna Uons Club papers will not be signed.
tio a Tuesday to Hospital Board of Trust- closed Dec. 25-Jan. 2. habits and hang-ups." Dinner: Meeting Noon at Jim's
tion between 6 a.m.and noon, Tuesday to ees Fnance Committee, a Caregiver Support Group 6 p.m. Child care available. Buffet & Grill. Call 482-2005. FDA, D
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The Board Meetings 5 p.m. in Meeting -11 a.m. to noon in Call 209-7856,573-1131. Alcoholics Anonymous FRIDAY, DEC. 28
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) the Hudnall Building Com- the First Presbyterian Church D Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 p.m. in a Celebrate Recovery
is published Tuesday through Friday and munity Room, on the campus Social Hall, 4437 Clinton St. in Open Meeting 8-9 p.m. in the AA room of First United 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid of the Jackson Hospital in Marianna. Open to all family the AA room of First United Methodist Church, 2901 Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
at Marianna, FL. Marianna. caregivers providing care to Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Road in Marianna. Adult teen
NAACP/Jackson County loved ones or friends. Confi- Caledonia St. in Marianna. meetings to "overcome hurts,
Youth Council Fundraiser dential group, facilitated by a TUE AY, D habits and hang-ups.' Dinner:
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 5-9 p.m. at Beef'O'Brady's professional group counselor. SATURDAY, DEC. 22 TU Y, 6 p.m. Child care available.
in Marianna. Tell your server Coffee, water, light snacks b Alcoholics Anonymous Call 209-7856,573-1131.
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 or cashier that you're there to provided. Alford Community Health Open Meeting 8-9 p.m. in ) Senior Singles Get-To-
for three months; $62.05 for six months; support the Youth Council and rientation 12:30-3:30 Clinic Hours -10 am. until the AA room of First Unitedher- 6 p at Gazebo
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include a portion of your bill will be p.m. at the Marianna Goodwill last patient s seen at 770 Methodist Church, 2901 Coffee Shoppe& Del, down-
applicable state and local taxes. Mail donated. Funds will help with Career Training Center, 4742 Carolina St.in Alford. The Caledonia St. in Marianna town Marianna. Single seniors
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail the group's National Conven- Highway 90 in Marianna. Reg- free clinic for income-eligible Wednesday, Dec.26 age 50 and older are encour-
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; tion trip this summer. ister for free job placement iens u chot m a Job Club -10:30 a.m. to aged to get acquainted, form
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one Disabled American Veter- and computer training; learn illnesses and chronic condi- 130 p.m.at the Marianna friendships. Games, food,
year. ans Meeting -7 p.m. at the about services. Call 526-0139. tions. Appointments available Goodwill Career Training prizes and a guest speaker
CenteAV Lane Marianna. Call Meeting 5:30 p.m. in the w90 wein e planned. No charge dona-
VERTISING 42-5143arianna. Call Meeting A.M.E. inthe elcme Sign in retention skills. Call 526-0139. fund charitable endeavors of
The advertiser agrees that the publisher ) Alcoholics Anonymous basement, 2891 Orange St. in ) Toys for Tots Distribu- ) Alcoholics Anonymous Marianna's Gathering Place
shall not beliable for damages arising Open Meeting 8-9 p.m. in Marianna. Call 569-1294. tion (receipt-holders only) Open Meeting 12-1 p.m. in Foundation). Call 526-4561.
out of errors and advertisements beyond the AA room of First United Alcoholcs Anonymous -10a.m.at the old bank on the AA room of First United Alcoholics Anonymous
the amount paid for the space actually Methodist ihurch, 2901 Closed discussion, 8-9 Caledonia Street in down- Methodist Church, 2901 Open Meeting -8-9 p.m. in
occupied by that portion of the advertise- Caledonia St. in Marianna. p.m., First United Methodist town Marianna. Toys will be Caledonia St. in Marianna. the AA room of First United
ments in which the error occurred, whether Church, 2901 Caledonia St., distributed only to those with Methodist Church, 2901
such error is due to the negligence of the WEDNESDAY, DEC. 19 Marianna, in the AA room. pick-up receipts. THURSDAY, DEC. 27 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
publisher's employees or otherwise, and The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P.. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447,
there shall be not liability for non-inser- email editorial@jcfloridan.com; fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
tion of any advertisement beyond the
amount paid for such advertisement. This Police RounduP
newspaper will not knowingly accept or OU
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- MARIANNA POLICE ness, one physical disturbance, tion of state probation. of drug paraphernalia.
ing which expresses preference based on DEPARTMENT two verbal disturbances, one Klmberly Shelton, 22, 5316 Willie Bell, 55, 2885 Thornton
legally protected personal characteristics is woodland fire, Willis Road, Greenwood, child Lane, Marianna, violation of
not acceptable The Marianna Police De- 16 medical abuse (battery). county probation.
partment listed the following calls, one Harry Parker, 36, 2404 Jeffer- Timothy Smith, 34, 6776
HOW TO GET YOUR incidents for Dec. 16, the latest burglar alarm, 'son Road, Tallahassee, violation Bumpy Lane, Grand Ridge, pos-
N WS PUBLISHED available report: Two suspi- six traffic of state probation, session of controlled substance..
NEWS PUBLISHED cious incidents, one escort, stops, two Jeremy Keene, 31, 4696 Woody Bradley Beringer, 19, 2304
The Jackson County Floridan will publish one burglar alarm, one robbery larceny com- Road, Marianna, no valid Cornsilk Road, Marianna, pos-
news of general interest free of charge. alarm, one report of shooting plaints, one criminal mischief driver's license, session of controlled substance
Submit your news or Community Calendar in the area, 16 traffic stops, one complaint, one civil dispute, Anha Thomas, 45, 10278th (hydrocodone).
events via e-mail, fax; mail, or hand delivery, larceny complaint, one trespass one trespass, one found/aban- Aire., Graceville, hold for Hol- Coleman KcKlnnon, 51, 2777
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, complaint, one found/aban- doned property report, one mes Co. Panhandle Road, Marianna,
anniversary and birth announcements. doned property report, one fight in progress reported, two Spencer Franscona, 38, 2146 battery on a law enforcement
Forms are available at the Floridan offices, juvenile complaint, one fraud noise disturbances, one animal Shadow Bay Ave., Grand Ridge,. officer, resisting with violence,
Photographs must be of good quality and complaint, one property/build- complaint, one sex offense, one aggravated assault with a possession of controlled sub-
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the ing check, one retail theft, one fraud complaint, two assists deadly weapon-four counts. stance (crack cocaine), tamper-
right to edit all submissions, assist of another agency, one of other agencies, two public Alex Oliver, 43, 5575 Prai- ing with physical evidence.
patrol request and one open service calls, one welfare check, rieview Road, Greenwood, Andrew Pepples, 24, 2324
GETTING IT RIGHT door/window, one transport and three threat/ failure to appear. Rogers Lane, Marianna, lewd or
The Jackson County Floridan's policy harassment complaints. Kippy Roberts Jr., 24, 4467 lascivious battery on a victim
is to correct mistakes promptly. To JACKSON COUNTY Marion St., Marianna, posses- less than 16 years of age, inter-
report an error, please call 526-3614 SHERIFFS OFFICE JACKSON COUNTY sion of marijuana-less than ference with custody, resisting
Monday-Friday. CORRECTIONAL FACILITY 20 grams, possession of drug officer without violence.
Th'e Jackson County Sheriff's paraphernalia. Devin Ranew, 19, 4936 Satin
Office and county fire/rescue The following persons were Trevm r Blackburn, 23, 2767 Drive, Bascom, possession of
repqrted the following incidents booked into the county jail dur- Fleeetwood Lane, Marianna, marijuana less than 20 grams.
for Dec: 16, the latest available ing the latest reporting periods: battery (iomestic violence).
report. (Some of these calls may April MIddleton, 33, 11843 Ellsha Meade,'32, 2051 Stone JAIL POPULATION:
be related to after-hours calls Northwest Gloria Hill Road, Lane, Sneads, driving while 215
taken on behalf of Graceville Alford, hold for Calhoun Co. license suspended or revoked
and Cottondale police depart- Elizabeth Little, 44, 5153 Smith (knowingly). To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
ments): On missing adult, one St., Greenwood, sentenced to Meagan Roulhac, 35, 202 Mor- at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
reckless driver, three suspicious 60 days. gan Ave. (Apt. A), Chattahooch- agency.
persons, one highway obstruc- Pearl Davls-Llpford, 28, 24995 ee, possession of marijuana- To report a wildlife violation, call 1-888-
JCFLORIDAN.COi tion, one report of mental ill- NWWomble Road, Altha, viola- less than 20 grams, possession 404-FWCC (3922).




LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2012 3AF



Literacy Day scheduled for April Sneads High

Special to the Floridan Services and Florida Agri- The book and materials agtag.org in early 2013 to teer atten d s
culture in the Classroom are provided to volunteer register. l. dLL
The 10th annual Florida invite farmers, growers, readers for free thanks to Florida Agriculture in
Agriculture Literacy Day ranchers, FFA teachers and the funding Florida Agri- the Classroom is a non- c
is'scheduled for April 30, students and agriculture culture in the Classroom profit organization that
2013, and the children's industry representatives receives from sales of the educates Florida teach-
book being developed for to read in kindergarten agriculture specialty li- ers and students about
the event will commemo- through fifth-grade class- cense plate nicknamed the where their food, fiber Special to the Floridan skills. The energy and
-rate the 500th year anhi- rooms around the state as "AgTag." and fuel come from us- ideas they gain at this
versary of Ponce de Leon's part of the event. Teachers and agricul- ing lessons, materials, Stanley Scurlock, agri- meeting carries thiough
discovery of Florida. The book being, de- ture industry representa- grant programs and other culture teacher at Sneads the rest of their year,"
Florida Agriculture Com- veloped is about Flori- tives interested in par- .projects. High School, attended said NAAE President Ken
missioner Adam Putnam, da history and the role ticipating, please check To buy an "Ag Tag" on- the 64th annual conven- Couture.
the Florida Department of agriculture has played in Florida Agriculture in the line, visit https://www.ez tion of the National As- Conference. attend-
Agriculture and Consumer it. Classroom's website, www. tagfl.com/ag.htm. sociation ees participated in pro-
of Agricul- fessional development
tural Edu- workshops. related to
S27-Dec. 1 niques and developing
LiL S iin Atlanta. trends in agriculture.
M o r e Workshops were avail-
than 500 able on topics including
Scurlock agricultur- agriscience, grassroots
al educa- advocacy, using technol-
tion professionals from ogy in the classroom,
the U.S. and Canada, in- incorporating core com-
cluding teachers, teacher petencies into the agri-
educators and state staff, cultural educeation cur-
gathered for' a national riculum, and. more. The
meeting that provided conference also included
agricultural educators award programs to rec-
with professional devel- ognize excellence in the
opment opportunities agricultural education
and prepared them to profession, and business
strengthen local educa- sessions that allowed
tional programs. state delegates to address
"It's the only time all organizational issues.
year so' many agricul- NAAE is the profes-
tural educators are able sional organization in
to come together in one the United States for
place and focus on im- agricultural educators.
SUBMITTED PHOTO proving their programs Its headquarters are in
Ashawri K'Cion Curry is the 4-month-old child of April Peterson and Kenneth Curry of Marianna. and their professional Lexington, Ky.
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Benton is Newest Optimist Optimists Welcome Laymon


















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Marianna Optimist Club member Jim Gibbs (left) and Optimist Club President Lowell Centers
SUBMITTED PHOTO (right) pose with Compass Lake In the Hills Manager John Laymon during a recent club
Newly elected. Jackson County Superintendent of Schools Steve Benton (left) receives his meeting. Laymon, as guest speaker, talked about positive changes that have taken place in
new-member certificate and Optimist pin from club president, and former superintendent of recent years and community events that are open not only to Compass Lake residents but
schools, Lowell Centers. The club reports that its newest member looks forward to working also to the public. Ceiters is shown holding the December 2012 issue of the Compass Lake
with the other members on projects to benefit co[nmunijy youth. in the Hills bulletin, "The Compass'


GAS WATCH .
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Sthe least expensive places to buy
gas in Jackson County, as of Specializing:
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Highway. 231, Cottondale The Original Press And Curl!
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S71., Marianna 71 You Deserve theBest!
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231, Cettondale 850-573-0359
5.$3.09 Travel Center, Highway 2888 Barnes Street
71, Marianna Marcell Harvey Marianna,
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NASA names moon crash site in honor of Sally Ride

The Associated Press the moon's lumpy gra- mission for years.
ity field in a bid to learn Obtaining precise gravity
PASADENA, Calif. A more about its interior calculations required the
pair of NASA spacecraft and early history. After twins to circle lowover the
were deliberately crashed flying in formation for moon, which consumes a
into a mountain near the months, theyproducedthe lot of fuel. During the pri-
moon's north pole on most detailedgravitymaps mary mission, they flew
Monday, ending a mission of any body in the solar about 35 miles above the
that peered into the lunar system. lunar surface. After get-
interior. Secrets long held by the ting bonus data-collectings
Engineers command- moon are spilling out. Ebb time, they lowered their
ed the twin spacecraft, and Flow discovered that altitude to 14 miles above
Ebb and Flow, to fire the lunar crust is much the surface.
their engines and burn thinner than scientists With their fuel tanks al-
their remaining fuel. Ebb had imagined. And it was most on empty, NASA de-
plunged first followed by severely battered by aster- vised a controlled crash
Flow about 30 seconds oids and comets in the ear- to avoid. contacting any of
later. ly years of the solar system the treasured sites on the
Afterward, NASA said - more than previously moon. Mission control at
it had dedicated the im- realized. the NASA Jet Propulsion
pact site in honor of mis- Data so far also appeared Laboratory applauded
sion team member, Sally to quash the.theory that when engineers lost signal,
Ride, the first American Earth once had two moons one of the few celebrations
woman in space who died that collided and melded in space history of a space-
earlier this year. By- de- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS into the one we see today. craft loss.
sign, the spot was far This undated artist fil rendering provided by NASA on Dec. 21, 2011 shows the twin Grail Besides a scientific re- Mission chief scientist
away from the Apollo spacecraft mapping the lunar gravity field. Launched from Cape Canaveral on Sept.10, 2011, turn, the mission allowed Maria Zuber approached
landings and other histori- the spacecraft begancollecting data in March. After nearly a year circling the moon, NASA's students to take their Ride's family about a
cal sites. Ebb and Flow spacecraft met their demise when they crashed on purpose into a lunar own pictures of craters month ago about nam-
Ride's sister, who huddled mountain Monday ending a successful mission. and other lunar features ing the impact site. Zuber
in the NASA control room said in an interview. 3,800 mph. dawn of the Space Age in- as part of collaboration said she will also petition
for the finale, said it might Since the crash occurred After rocketing off the cluding NASA's six Apollo with a science education the International Astro-
be time to dust off Ride's in the dark, it was not vis- launch pad in Septem- moon landings that put 12 company founded by Ride, nomical Union to name
first telescope to view the ible from Earth. The Lunar ber 2011, Ebb and Flow astronauts on the surface. who died in July of pancre- the mountain after the late
newly named site. Reconnaissance Orbiter took a roundabout jour- The demise of Ebb and atic cancer at age 61. About astronaut as well.
"We can look at the circling the moon will ney to the moon, arriv- Flow comes on the same 3;600 classrooms around "We looked very hard
moon with a new appre- pass over the mountain ing over the New Year's month as the 40th launch the world .participated, to find a very promi-
ciation and a smile in the and attempt to photo- holiday on a gravity-map- anniversary of Apollo 17, sending back 114,000 nent feature on the near
evening when we see it graph the skid marks left ping mission. the last manned mission photos. side of the moon that
knowing that a little corner by the washing ma- More than 100 missions tothe moon. Scientists expect to sift didn't have a name," said
of the moon is named after chine sized-spacecraft have been flung to Earth's Ebb and Flow focused through data and images Zuber ofthe Massachusetts
Sally," the Rev. Bear Ride as they hit the surface at nearest neighbor since the- exclusively on measuring from the $487 million Institute of Technology.


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Obituamies
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T enth-grader
Tyler Cloud
sends the ball
William Henry flying back during a
Baxter pingpong game
Monday in the gym
WilliamHenry "Bill" Baxt- at Sneads High
er, 76, of Dothan died Sat- School.
urday, December 15, 2012
at his home.
Mr. Baxter was a native
and longtime resident of
Malone prior to moving to
Dothan 22 years ago. He
was a retired farmer.
He was preceded in
death by his parents,
Sebron Green and Iona
Grice Baxter.
He is survived by his de- --
voted companion for 22
auhters, arbara n Raiey Unrelated traffic stops lead to three arrests
and husband, Sam of
Ozark, Ala., Merita Phillips BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER down, McKinnon "pushed violence, tampering with tahoochee, officers found over to a guardian. Two
of Donalsonville, Ga.; four dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com off of an officer and be- physical evidence and 5.6 grams of marijuana juvenile passengers were
rish and husband, Three unrelated traffic came physicallyresistant," possession of a controlled and a pipe used to smoke also turned over to their
Dewayne of Ashford, Ala., stops made by the Mari- the release stated. He was substance. the drug, according to guardians after the traffic
Tanya Skinner and hus- anna Police Department tased, "but was able to ) On Dec. 15, a Jackson the release. Rouhlac was stop was concluded. But a
band, John of Montgom- and Jackson County Sher- fight through the taser County deputy pulled arrested on charges of fourth occupant, 19-year-
ery, Ala., Libby Skinner and iff's Office last weekend and continued to ignore over a vehicle for speed- possession of drug para- old Bradley Dean Bering-
husband, Bill of Panama have resulted in the ar- officer's commands," au- ing on Kynesville High- phernalia and possession er, went to jail. Officers
City, Fla., Cory Skinner of rests of several people on thorities reported. McKin- way around 7:45 p.m. Ac- of marijuana-under 20 say he had a hydrocodone
Montgomery, Ala.; three other, non-traffic-related non was tased again. The cording to a press release grams. She was taken to pill in his lap, in plain
brothers, John Baxter and
wife, Louise of Camp- charges as well. second time, officers said, from the Jackson County the Jackson County jail to sight of the officers, and
bellton, Fla., Sebron Baxter ) On Dec. 16 around he went to the ground, re- Sheriffs Office, "several await first appearance on that he had no prescrip-
of Cottondale, Fla., Alex 10:20 a.m., officers with trieved a small container indicators were present the charges. tion for the rug. During
Baxter and wife, Rannie of the MPD pulled over a from his pocket and threw of possible drug posses- )) On Dec. 15, the officer a subsequent search of
Woodsville, Ala.; four sis- gold Toyota car on Clay it under the porch of a sion." As a result, a canine assigned to a canine unit his person, a second hy-
ters, Stella Burke of Street because the driver residence. Officers recov- unit was deployed and a from the Jackson County drocodone pill was found
Teahochpi, Ca., Pearlie No- didn't obey a stop sign, ered the container and "free air sniff" was con- Sheriffs Office pulled over in his pocket, according
ble of Marianna, Fla., according to a news re- discovered crack cocaine ducted. The dog alerted a vehicle because of an to the release. Beringer
Eldridge Sims and hus- lease from that agency. inside it, according to the on the passenger's side inoperable tail light, ac- was arrested and charged
Fand, mBmy St aees ranna The driver, later identified release. McKinnon was of the vehicle, authorities cording to a release from with possession of a
husband, Lamar of Alford, as 51-year-old Marianna arrested and taken to the said, and a probable cause that agency. "The driver controlled substance. He
Fla.; ten grandchildren resident Coleman McKin- Jackson County jail. He is search was conducted. In was a juvenile who didn't was taken to the Jack-
Joni Phillips, Crystal Phil- non III, refused to stay in charged with battery on a the personal belongings have a driver's license, son County jail to await
lips, Brandi Spurling, the car as directed. When law enforcement officer, of the driver, 35-year-old authorities reported. He first appearance on that
Kimberely Shoub, Lucas officers tried to pat him resisting an officer with Meagan Rouhlac of Chat- was cited and turned charge.
Phillips, Brittany Parrish,
Alyssa Parrish, Brandon
Skinner and Courtney Par- e in his hands one day dur- tor's decision and, in light "I think we need to on, not knowing until Igot
rish; several great grand- cton ing school hours. When an of Newtown, is even more go back and look at the back in my car what was
ewsn. and nep administrator at Malone certain that his staff mem- plans we already have in occurring in Connecticut.
Funeral services will be 2 From Page 1A School was made aware er had absolutely clone place, to see where we Having just come out of
p.m. Tuesday, December of that he immediately theright thing. are, as a precaution and a school and first thing
18, 2012 at James & Sikes anyway. The best we can locked down the school. And Jackson County for opportunities to close hearing that, it was pretty
Funeral Home Maddox do is to stay alert and stay As it turned out, the man Sheriff Lou Roberts has up any weaknesses," he sobering. No community
Chapel with Rev. DeWayne prepared." was "as innocent as you or been getting a few con- said. "We'd be working is excluded from the pos-
Sims and Rev. Gary Ste- The events in Connecti- me," Benton said the man cerned calls from parents, together if we were to sibility of a threat like that
phens officiating. Inter- cut made Benton remem- was someone on hisway to too, people who want to face something like this, and whatever we can do to
m en t ll l at Coithns ber something that hap- sell or show the firearis to make sure that his agen- and we worked together learn from this, it's some-
James & Sikes Funeral pened just a few weeks an acquaintance, and who cy is prepared to handle in putting the current thing we need to pursue. I
Home Maddox Chapel di- ago in Malone. A man was had every right to have such an emergency. Rob- plans together. I was at want to talk to school offi-
recting. walking down the road them. But Benton fully erts said he's not taking it Malone School Friday cials about it, and seewhat
Pallbearers are Mike from Malone with guns supported the administra- lightly, when all that was going we can do together."
Hall, Allen Noble, Dennis
Noble, Sam Railey, Lamar
Stephens and Michael Ste-
The family will receive Lawmaker favors ending ban on guns in schools
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Monday, December 17,
2012 at Maddox Chapel. The Associated Press dangerous, he said. a good idea to introduce people that live in a more teachers to carry guns,
Expressions of sympathy "We need to be more guns into the classrooms left and urbanized culture because he is chairman of
may be made online at TALLAHASSEE, Fla. realistic at looking at this or into schools," FEA to see how that works, but the House Judiciary Com-
..ww.jamesandsikesftineralhomes.com The state representa- policy. In our zealousness spokesman Mark Pudlow in fact it does work." mittee and he doesn't want
tive who sponsored the to protect people from said. "The idea doesn't Baxley was the sponsor to preside over a meeting
Man charged with bill that became Florida's harm we've created all seem to make sense to of the bill that became that hears one of his own
die d supenses "stand your ground" law these gun-free zones and us." known as the "stand your bills.
drug-rmalted offess said Monday that schools what we've inadvertently Baxley said he under- ground" law, which allows Also Monday, Gov. Rick
A Bascom man has would be safer if principals done is we've made them stood some people would deadly force to be used if Scott asked school officials
been charged with and teachers were allowed a target," he said. "A help- respond to the Connecti- necessaryto preventdeath to review and enhance
possession of marijuana to take guns to school. less target is exactly what cut shootings with a call or serious injury. The 2005 their security procedures.
with intent to distribute, Rep. Dennis Baxley, R- a deranged person is look- for more gun control laws, law came under scrutiny "School should be a
and with possession of Ocala, was reacting to the ing for where they cannot but it doesn't work. this year after neighbor- sanctuary for learning and
drug phara- elementary school shoot- be stopped." "If you prepare ordinary hood watch volunteer creativity where students,
phernalia ing in Newtown, Conn., Baxley's idea wasn't people to take responsibil- George Zimmerman shot teachers and parents
following an that left 20 child'ren and welcomed by the Florida ity for stopping violence, Trayvon Martin, an un- feel safe and a review
investiga- seven adults dead, includ- Education Association, they do. Otherwise we're armed 17-year-old. of these procedures will
tion into his ing the gunman. Declar- the state's largest teachers just creating more vulner- Baxley said he doesn't enhance safety for Florida
suspected ing schools as gun-free union. ability," he said. "I know plan to file legislation al- schools," Scott said in a
"marijuana zones makes them more "I don't think it's really that it's very foreign to lowing school officials or press release.
Long distribution -- -to--- -- ------- a would
enterprise," S'tate Brieft
according to a press
release from theJackson Sperm whale dies National Oceanic and Bullet found on floor security and sent in the death of a teenager
County Sheriff's Office. off S. Florida beach Atmospheric Adminis- of Florida school bus uniformed deputies to following an argument
Patrick Jerome Long, was tration, says she under- elementary schools on over loud music coming
arrested on the charges DEERFIELD BEACH, stands the city's position, TAMPA, Fla.-- School Monday. from the teen's car has
last week after a search Fla. South Florida city but learning the animal's officials have figured out Officials didn't find pleaded not guilty.
warrant at his residence officials were planning cause of death would where a bullet that was other ammunition The Florida Times-
on Ditty Road yielded to have a 40-foot sperm provide invaluable found on a school bus or weapons during Union reports that 46-
three pounds of mari- whale carcass towed out information for conserva- came from, searches of school year-old Michael David
juana, packaging material to sea, rather than allow tion. Mase said NOAA A student.told authori- buildings and students' Dunn entered his plea
and digital scales "com- scientists to perform a scientists would be ties on Monday that he belongings. Monday. A grand jury
monly associated with the necropsy. able to sample the re- picked the bullet tip School officials had indicted Dunn last week,
repackaging of marijuana Deerfield Beach Mayor mains before they were from the ground on his extra security on Monday but the state attorney's of-
for distribution," authori- Peggy Noland said Mon- hauled to sea and later way to school. It fell out of due to the shootings at fice says it won't be seek-
ties stated in the press day that the stench when they were offshore. his pocket and was picked an elementary school in ing the death penalty.
release. A small sum of would be incredible if The South Florida Sun up by another student* Connecticut. Dunn was initially
money was also found the animal was cut open Sentinel reportsthat prompting a modified Man pleads not guilty charged with second-
and seized as suspected on the beach. She said authorities are investigat- lockdown of three schools in loudusi shooti~ g degree murder in the Nov.
"proceeds of illegal drug the city would pay for a ing reports that swimmers in the Tampa area. 23 shooting death of
sales," according to the tugboat to remove the might have harassed Because of the school JACKSONVILLE, Fla. 17-year-old Jordan
release. animal. the dying whale on shooting in Connecticut A Florida man charged Davis.
From staff reports. Blair Mase, with the Sunday. last week, Iillsborough with first-degree murder From wire reports
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B ladesh probe: Students nervously return to school after shooting
RI' WaS sabotage The Associated Press a private school there, happen to her.' It was
DHAKA, Bangladesh said she and her students more like, a lot of this stuff
A Bangladesh govern- Victoria Millon bowed sprang into action when a is going on today. I'm sure
ment committee inves- her head during a mo- lockdown was announced a lot of kids know about it,
tigating the garment ment of silence at her in response to the threat. even at her age."
factory fire that killed Miami elementary school Lights went off, blinds Chicago resident Melissa
112 people last month on Monday and thought were shut, doors were Tucker said she only sent
said in its findings that about the 20 children locked and students were her children to school
hie blaze was sabotage, nearly her age who were ushered into safe areas. after assurances from
probably by someone killed in their classrooms "We read books, talked administrators that extra
who worked there. in Connecticut last week. about holiday traditions safety precautions had
But the panel said that They wouldn't be able and shared ideas about been taken.
no matter who set the to open their Christmas the holidays with one "I was actually going to
lire, the owner of the presents, the 11-year-old another in the dark," Pam- keep them home today,"
factory also should be thought. And they would bianchi said. she said.
punished for the deaths never grow up. ASSATEPRE An officer later came One school district in
because he neglected "They had their whole Manuel Moreno (right) walks his daughter Jady, 6, to the Morris and unlocked their door. western Pennsyvaia
worker safety. life ahead of them," the Street elementary school, MondayDec.17, in Danbury, Conn. He was introduced to went so far as to get a
"If someone is respon- girl said. the children and helped court order allowing
sible for such a huge ,The principal assured faced difficult questions, were on alert in Ohio after explain the lockdown as a armed officers in each of
number of deaths, that's Victoria and her class- administrators reviewed threatening comments safety procedure, similar its schools on Monday.
him. He has failed to mates they were all safe, security plans, and police were made on Facebook to what they do during a The board had recently
ensure safety," com- and afterward the stu- responded to reports of and Twitter. In suburban fire drill, voted to let officers carry
mittee head Mainud- dents talked with their new threats. Worried par- Philadelphia, officers Some parents decided guns but decided to ex-
din Khandaker said of teacher about the shoot- ents considered keeping rushed to a high school not to take their kids to pedite the process after
factory owner Delwar ing and the disturbed their children home, only after security officers mis- school at all. Camille Lac- Friday's shooting. The
Hossain. man who fired the shots. to painfully conclude they took a student's umbrella roix-Moulton said her two court order affected the
Some government and When someone started could only shelter them so for a gun. In Tampa, Fla., children woke up feeling a Butler Area School District
garment industry of- to talk about how some much. the Hillsborough County bit under the weather, so and the South Butler
iceials had alleged soon of the kids in Newtown, "Ultimately, if this is go- Sheriff's Office questioned she decided to keep them County School District,
after the Nov. 24 fire that Conn., saw their friends ing to happen ... nowa- students after a bullet was home. Her daughter is in about 30 miles north of
it was an act of sabotage, and teacher die, Victoria days, it could happen in found on a school bus. kindergarten, her son in Pittsburgh.
though a fire official said started to cry. a movie theater, at the And in Ridgefield, Conn., fifth grade. Many schools held a
casualties would have The horrific shooting mall, anywhere," said Lilly swarms of parents picked "Mainly because of my moment of silence and
been greatly reduced if that left 26 people dead at Rosell as she nervously up their children and little one. She just turned flew flags at half-staff.
the factory had followed Sandy Hook Elementary surveyed her 7-year-old police were dispatched tb 6, and I don't want her to Teachers and administra-
safety rules. School on Friday rever- daughter's Miami el- every school after a report hear about it," the Milford, tors tried to handle the
berated in the nation's ementary school. "It's now of a suspicious person at a N.H., mother said. "It psychological toll, many
Agentina launches classrooms Monday. about being in the prayer nearby train station, wasn'treally me think- opting for routine rather
pocess to break up Students worried about closet a little more often." Emily Pambianchi, a ing, 'Today's the day that than a discussion about
media group their safety, teachers At least three schools third-grade teacher at something bad's gonna the shooting.
BUENOS AIRES,
Argentina Argentina's
government told the
gon'enent Art d's Syrian VP says army can't win Iindham Shoe ShopVa
country's largest media
conglomerate on Mon- The Associated Press brace of the Syrian presi- hesive stance behind him. Quality Shoe Repair & Western Shop ,up
day that it has begun a dent could be cooling. Assad and his inner circle c
process to break up the BEIRUT Syria's vice The initiative while are predominantly Alawi- n S
company and auction off president has acknowl- almost certain to be re- tes, a minority sect that is
its media licenses. edged that the army can- jected by Syrian rebel an offshoot of Shiite Islam. BROWNING
Grupo Clarin has not defeat the rebel forces factions marks one of The opposition is domi- *
battled with President trying to topple the regime the clearest signals yet nated by the majority Sun- Hunting Boots
Cristina Fernandez for and called for a negoti- that Iran's leadership is ni Muslims. $89 1PLUS9 B1RO WNINTG
years. Fernandez argues ated settlement to save the looking to hedge its bets Early on in the uprising, TAX
that it is a corporate mo- country from ruin. and remain a player in the Syrian president dele- WHILE SUPPLIES LAST lDOM
nopoly and has funded a The rare, candid com- Syrian affairs if Assad is gated to al-Sharaa, a skilled HUSH PUPPIES
network of pro-govern- ments by Farouk al- toppled. diplomat, responsibility for
ment newspapers and Sharaa, a longtime close It was unclear whether holding a dialogue with the JOHN DEERE
stations to challenge aide to President Bashar al-Sharaa's comments opposition. A Sunni from t Ki s Boots io-i
Clarin's dominance. Assad's family, suggested were timed to coordinate the southern town of Da- U 97
Grupo Clarin has his embattled regime may with the Iranian initiative. raa, birthplace of the Syr- hiesone Belts
called Fernandez's bid be contemplating an exit "Despite his rheto- ian uprising, al-Sharaa's
to break it up an illegal strategy as rebel forces ric, Bashar Assad may silence since the start of
attempt to silence one of move closer to the capital now be contemplating the uprising made him a WeA ffer Lay-away
ihe government's leading Damascus. He spoke in an an exit strategy one prime candidate for ru- LafattSt MON, Tm, We, Bm
critics and to stifle press interview published Mon- which would allow him mors that he broke with Downtown 7:30Am-5.00f-
freedom, day by Lebanese newspa- to seek refuge abroad the regime.Marianna ) 4824227 l SAT7:30A-N
per Al-Akhbar. with his neck intact," said
SyTIpafty for Chiav "I don't see that what the Anthony Skinner, an
Sfactor inpolitics security forces and army analyst at Maplecroft, a
CARACAS, Venezu- units are doing will lead British risk analysis
ela Smarting after a to a definitive victory," al- company.
breismaing ls state Sharaa-was quoted as say- In Washington, U.S. State
bruising loss in state
elections, Venezuela's ing in the interview con- Department spokesperson
oppositionwillnowbe ducted in Damascus. Victoria Nuland said the
forced to reassess its All these opposition statement by al-Sharaa
forced to reassess its
strategy and rebuild forces can only conclude "speaks' to the pressure
quay td arbd fr the battle to topple the re- that the Syrian regime is is proud to welcome
quickly to prepare for ,,
residential elections gime if their goal is to push under." i M A
Sd the country into chaos and "Regrettably, however, Hector ejia M .D.
be called to replace a cycle of violence that has it hasn't changed the re-
ailing President Hugo no end," he added. gime's behavior, including th di Surge
Chavez. Al-Sharaa pushed for a the brutality it's inflicting Orthopedic on
Chavez's bleak outlook negotiated political settle- on its own people," she
ment that includes the for- added.
after his fourth can-
mation of a national unity Al-Sharaa, 73, a longtime
Ser-rlast week appears government with wide loyalist to the Assad family,
tobahave galvanized arhis jurisdiction, has been a controversial
supporters, making His comments coincided figure since the start of the
Vice President Nicolas with a step-by-step peace uprising.
Maduro a tough can- plan for Syria outlined by He appeared in public
didate to beat in new Iranian officials on Sunday. in late August for the first
elections, which under It would be capped by Syr- time in weeks, ending re-
the constitution would ian elections that presum- peated rumors that he had
be called within 30 days ably could usher in a new defected. The regime has
if the president dies, is leader in Damascus. suffered a string of promi-
Tehran is Assad's closest nent defections in recent
incapacitated or steps
down. and perhaps only remain- months, though Assad's
ing regional ally and the inner circle and military
From wire reports initiative suggests its em- have largely kept their co-

Dr. Hector Mejia completed his Bachelor's degree from Florida
State University, his medical degree from the University of Florida
College of Medicine, and completed his orthopedic residency at the
University of Colorado. Dr. Mejia joined Tallahassee Orthopedic
Clinic after-earning an Orthopedic and Sports Medicine fellowship
at the University of Pittsburgh.
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Florida Coimmnunity Hospital. Dr. Mejia will be coordinating his
practice with Dr. David Taing who is Board Certified in Sports
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rhi a e son Saturday night in Pensacola, who previously had not been Chipola led 31-25 at halftime, 4.8 seconds left, but they were
h ipolU a edg s edging Baton Rouge Community held under 70 points in any but Baton Rouge refused to go not in the penalty and had to
College 61-59 in the Pensacola game this year. away in the second half, with take the ball out of bounds.
Baton Rouge State Christmas Classic. "It was just one of those nights the Indians finally getting a bit However, Chipola turned it
Baton Rouge, which Chipola where offensively we really just of breathing room at 61-57 with over once again when Carlos
to avoid defeated 90-58 in the season couldn't getmuch going," Chipo- three minutes to play. Morris was whistled for travel
o a id u t opener, had an opportunity to la coach Patrick Blake said. "We After Baton Rouge scored with with 2.4 seconds to play to set
pull off the upset with a last- really struggled to get anything just under a minute remaining up Baton Rouge's failed last shot
Ssecond 3-point attempt for the going. But give credit to (Baton to cut the lead in half, the Indi- attempt.
dkent@jcfloridan.com win, but it hit off the rim and was Rouge). They did a good job de- ans turned the ball over on an Demetrious Floyd led the In-
rebounded by the Indians' Terel fensively. They slowed it down a offensive foul. dians with 19 points off the
The No. 3 Chipola Indians nar- Hall as time expired. lot. They were very patient offen- But the Indians got a defensive bench, including 5-of-6 from the
rowly escaped with their 15" The game featured a season sively, and they did a good job of stop on the next Baton Rouge
straight victory to start the sea- low in points for the Indians, making it a half-court game." possession and were fouled with See INDIANS, Page 6B


IMALONE BOYS BRSKETBRI



Tigers crush Jaguars


Malone improves
to 8-0 after another
lopsided victory
BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
MARK SKINNER/FLORIDAN
The Malone Tigers added an- Malone's Angelica Livingston looks
for someone to pass to at a recent
other lopsided victory to their
growing total this season, crush- game.
ing the Central Jaguars 91-39 on M alon e
With the win, Malone im- n e
proved to 8-0 overall and 4-0 in
District 1-1A competition, while t t
Central fell to9-2 overall and 3-2 w
in the league.
Malone dominated the game
from the opening tip, jumping
out to leads of 12 and 18 points
through the first two quarters,
and then blowing it open with a i t c
28-12 third period to take a 73-39 I osti de
lead..
The Tigers then shut out the
Jaguars 18-0 in the final period. BY DUSTIN KENT
Antwain Johnson scored 15 dkent@jcfloridan.com
points to lead Malone, with Ty The Malone Lady Tigers
Baker adding 14 points, Chai notched their second straight
Baker 13, Anthony Speights 11 district victory Saturday night at
and Alonze Bailey 1l. home, knocking off the Central
Zac Wright had 21 points to Lady Jaguars 65-40.
lead the way for the Jaguars, with With the win, the Lady Ti-
Nick Waters scoring 11 points gers improved to 9-4 on the
and grabbing 10 rebounds. season and 3-1 in District 1-1A
Malone will next travel to Lau- competition.
rel Hill on Tuesday for another Curteeona Brelove led Malone
district game before finishing with 22 points, with Breana Dal-
the week with a pair of big non- las adding 13 points, Angelica
Sleague games against Class 1A Livingston 10, and Tessa Shack
powers West Gadsden on Friday a nine.
and Chipley on Saturday in the Makayla Simmons topped all
Grand Ridge Christmas Classic. Central scorers with 17 points,
Central was scheduled to com- with Alex Simmons scoring 12.
pete in a Christmas tournament Malone dominated early and
Monday and today at Jay High MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN often, jumping out to a 19-10
School. Malone's Ty Baker tries for two at a recent game. lead and taking a 39-24 advan-
tage into the halftime break.
The lead was 54-30 going into
the fourth period, and the Lady
Vhl ismas ClasSiC Tigers were never seriously
threatened.
B lou n t"We shot the ball pretty decent
and played some pretty decent
BlJ u.I lL' Idefense," Malone coach Byron
Williams said. "We were able to
BYDUSTIN KENT seniors Jerrod Blount and DJ able to adjust some things and get some steals out of the full-
dkent@jcfloridan.com Roulhac. stretch it out in the third," Cot- court pressure, and stats don't
The Cottondale Hornets fin- Blount scored 26 points after tondale coach Chris Obert said. showit, but Alicia Jackson played
ished their two-game run at the putting in 24 on Friday, and "In the fourth, we were able to really well off the bench. She just
Boys Christmas Classic at Bain- Roulhac added 23 points., finish things:the right way. I was played hard, good defense, and
bridge, Ga., with a 58-45 victory Miller County led by three proud of the guys once again got some rebounds and loose
over Miller County on Saturday through one quarter, but the for their effort and being able to balls. She was an'X' factor for
night. Hornets rallied to take a 36-32 fight through adversity." us."
The Hornets (6-4) lost to halftime lead and pushed the Cottondale will return to ac- TheLadyTigerswerescheduled
Thomas County Central 57-53 margin out to eight going into tion this weekend at the Grand to play North Florida Christian
on Friday night in Bainbridge the fourth. Ridge Christmas Classic, taking on Monday evening and they'll
MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN but got back on the winning "We were a little sluggish on Blountstown on Friday at 4: finish the week playing Sneads
Kadeem Webb takes the ball down side Saturday thanks to a pair early, but we came around in p.m. and Bainbridge on Satur- on Thursday in the Grand Ridge
court for the Hornets. of big performances from the second quarter and were dayiat 6 p.m. i Christmas Classic.


Sneads suffers fourth loss in last five Lady Pirates win six straight

dkentjcfloridan.com after defeating Blountstown
The Sneads Pirates dropped BY DUSTIN KENT a 28-20 advantage into the half-
their second straight game and dkent@jcfloridan.com time break.
the fourth in the last five Satur- The Sneads Lady Pirates bas- Blountstown kept contact for
day night at home, falling to the ketball team continued its win- much of the season half but
BlountstownTigers 56-46. ning ways Saturday at home, could draw no nearer as Sneads
With the loss, Sneads fell be- beating the Blountstown Lady finished off another solid victory.
low .500 for the first time since Tigers 56-45 to improve to 7-2 on The Lady Pirates will next com-
its season opening loss to Malo- theyear. pete with the Marianna Lady
ne, falling to 4-5 overall. It was the sixth consecutive vic- Bulldogs on Thursday at 4 p.m.
Early fouls put the Pirates be- tory for the Lady Pirates after a 1- in the Grand Ridge Christmas
hind the eight-ball, with four 2 start to theseason. Classic.
starters picking up two fouls in Tasherica M1cMillon added an- Sneads will continue a busy
the first quarter. other big scoring performance week Friday with a home game
"We just stayed in foul trouble for Sneads, putting in 24 points against New Bay Haven at 5 p.m.
the whole night," Sneads coach to give her five straight games before wrapping up the week
Kelvin Johnson said. "We had with 20 or more points and six against the Malone Lady Tigers
to get a lot of help from guys off overall this year. on Saturday at 2 p.m. in Grand
the bench." Logan Neel also added 14 Ridge.
Finding consistent offense points for Sneads, with Tezlyn After that, the Lady Pirates will
from the bench has been an Henry scoring six get a sizeable break for the holi-
MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN The Lady Pirates led 17-14 days, returning to action Jan. 7
See SNEADS, Page 6B Darius Williams heads to the hoop for Sneads against Graceville.. through one quarter and took against Vernon. L





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Soccer


S. fca AP source: Blue Jays, Dickey agree

SThe Associated Press ace pitcher. He did it by perfecting
a way to throw his floater faster
NEW YORK R.A Dickey and than previous knuckleballers, and
e he Blue Jays agreed to a new con-, tossing it with exceptional con-
on tract Monday, clearing the way trol. Dickey is set to become part
for the NewYork Mets to trade the of a stellar rotation that includes
4 suspended after NL Cy Young winner to a Toronto Johnson, Budhrle and returning
sp team that's spending a lot of mon- starters Ricky Romero and Bran-
FIFA report claims ey trying to join baseball's elite. don Morrow.
m athes wee f A person familiar with the deal Thole would give the Blue Jays a
told The AP the trade could be catcher who is familiar with han-
TheAssociated Press completed once the 38-year-old dling Dickey's knuckleball. He'd
knuckleballer passes a physical. join a lineup that features former
JOHANNESBURG -- The The person spoke on condition of home run champ Jose Bautista
South African Football As- anonymity because neither team and Edwin Encarnacion, who hit
sociation suspended its made an announcement. 42 homers last season.
president and four other The Mets would receive top D'Arnaud turns 24 in February.
officials Monday after a catchingprospectTravis d'Arnaud He hit .333 at Triple-A Las Vegas
FIFA report into match- as the centerpiece of the multi- with 16 homers and 52 RBIs be-
fixing ahead of the 2010 player swap. fore tearing a knee ligament try-
World Cup found "compel- NewYork also would get catcher ing to break up a double play in
ling evidence" that one or John Buck, minor league pitcher TSS June, resulting in season-ending
more games were fixed by Noah Syndergaard and cash. A peon mliar with the deal told TheAssoated Press thatNew York s urgery. D'Anaud has been an
bettingsyndicates. pThe As t sPe t T d t All-Star at several levels during
bettng syndicates. d There was speculation Toronto pitcher R.A. Dickey and the Blue Jays have agreed on a new contract, clearing hs tar at severl levels durin g
In a statement Monday, would receivecatchers sh Thole the way for the Mets to trade the Cy Young winner to Toronto. climb throughthe minrs.
the association said it is- and Mike Nickeas. The Los Angeles Angels and
sued an apology to the Dickey was already signed for playoffs since winning their sec- trade with the Miami Marlins. Texas also had been interested
world soccer body and $5.25 million next year. The Mets ond straight World Series crown Toronto then signed free agent, in Dickey befor the Blue Jays
said it would .launch its began to look at trade possibili- in 1993 and have boldly moved outfielder Melky Cabrera, an All- swooped in.
own internal investigation ties for the 20-game winnerwhen to reshape a team that went 73-89 Star outfielderwith San Francisco Popular with Mets fans, Dickey
into the officials' actions. the sides coildn't agree to extend, last season in the rugged AL East. whose season ended when he was perturbed team management
As part of the investiga- his deal for two more seasons. Last month, ithey acquired a suspended 50 games for a positive when he spoke about his contract
tion, it said the associa- Multiple reports say the reworked high-priced trio of All-Stars testosterone test. situation last week during a club
tion's committee asked contract adds two years and $25 pitchers Josh Johnson and Mark Dickey was 20-6 with a 2.73 ERA event at Citi Field for children
President Kirsten Nema- million to his existing deal. Buehrle and former Mets short- last season, capping his rapid rise displaced from their schools by
tandati to "take a volun- The Blue Jays have missed the stop Jose Reyes in a 12-player from themajors' scrap heap to an Superstorm Sandy.
tary leave of absence from
his position."
Four other association ( i he on't l
officials Dennis Mum- es says e wontst
ble, Lindile 'Ace' Kika, Ad- Ea es ack uffers & Exhaust
eel Carelse and Barney complr about role
Kujane also were asked com tlain a out a r
to take ,voluntary leave,
the statement said. Mwelo-
Nonkonyana, the asso- The Associated Press ill continue t feel like weeks ago.
ciation's vice president, I'm one of the best and I The Eagles have been
has taken over as interim PHILADELPHIA Mi- can play at a high level out of playoff contention
president. chaelVick went from MVP and I know I can," Vick for a while, so Reid decid-
"This is a difficult situ- candidate to scout team said -Monday. "Saying ed to look toward a future
ation for the association, quarterback in two years. that, Ifeel like I want to be that may not include him. TT
and for those who have Back from a concus- out there, I want to 'play But Reid isn't the only -
been named in the report," sion that forced him to as a competitor, but it's one likely to go.
Nonkonyana said in the miss five games, Vick is just not the ideal situation Vick may have played
statement. "We hope that finishing 'out the sea- right.now, the way things his last game for the Ea-
there will be no specula- son with the Philadel- are. So, I have to accept gles, too. Vick is due to
tion about their presumed phia Eagles (4-10) on the my role, accept it like a make nearly $16 million
guilt or otherwise. We need sideline. man and continue to find in 2013, far too much for
to allow the investigation He may not even be ac- positives out of it." a backup. Only $3 million 8501 .
to take place speedily and tive for Sunday's game Coach Andy Reid al- is guaranteed, however, Store oOs:6- onk
fairly, so those that are in- against Washington (8-6). ready named rookie Nick and the Eagles won't.have
nocent can be separated "I'm a competitor and Foles the starter for the to pay that ifVick is cut by I a
from those who are not." I've always felt like and rest of the season a few Feb. 3.

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TELLUm u THIS MAYAN NUY WHEN ooL.A AN' I u.YA E U WE'V been dating a woman. who resides two Input
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tabled his dummy, he put the club jack behind 94 108763
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play his queen.
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king, but South's remaining three honors draw the Vulnerable: Both
J oo rest of his trumps.
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Beautiful Golden Retriever Puppies just in time
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left. Now taking deposits. Please call 334-482- Bahia & Coastal
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07i Christma Puppie h8 ws old, a f 1 during business hours. Successful applicant
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Restaurant Equipment Cymbals, i3)Sabian B8 $150/all 850-638-3115 Range/Whlrpool exc. cond. $125. 850-482-3780
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J 1999 Honda Civic EX 126,200 K mi. Nice clean Toyota 2010 Tacoma: double cab, silver-gray,
SF car. Reg. oil changes, new battery & spark TRD package and sport package, and only 35k
plugs. New drive belt at 100 K mi. Runs great, miles..$25,500. Call Scott 334-685-1070

degree, preferably MSc, valid US driver please. 334-714-7694 Leave Message. Asking price $10,000 OBO 334-695-1954
license. Lab supervision and analysis of Buick 2005 LeSabre, Low Miles, Very good
samples from animal science experiments 20/,cep scondition, white, gray cloth ipterior, Kelley W
(beef cattle). Ability to provide technical M agBluebook value is over $10K, asking $9000
assistance with Ag Research experiments C76 r Cct ph 334-803-4096uebk vue is over P, a g $ 0IE
and operate and mainain lab equipment CALL FOR TOP PRICE
(GC, AA, ELISA, etc). Assist researchers Dodge 2010 Challenger,VEHICLES
with data collection and training of Special Christmas Gift for FOR JUNK VEHICLES
graduate and undergraduate students, that Graduate or Senior!
a N 7, G CO Like New, Black, V6, 5- I ALSO SELL USED PARTS
Fun art built b arter. speed automatic, 25mpg, 24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664
un Cart built by Crter. 39K miles, Warranty, Way
Below Retail! $17,400! 850-209-4936
Matrix 150, 2 valve, Got a Clunker
TRNlSO' RATIO &t LGI STICS air cooled engine. W'll be yonr unk
Still new, 2011, moving. *D O l lE L ? We'll be your Junker!
Call Larry (334) 618-7646 | oii r''" ; Paymen We buy wrecked cars
4 WANTED: MATURE, r$0 Down/ist Payment, Tax, Tag & Title nd Farm Equip. t ar
Repos, Slow Credit, Past Bankruptcy OK! fair and honest price!
DEPENDABLE, BUSINESS-MINDED, Go-Cart, Murray I-seater, Off Road, Tecumseh Push, Pull or DragC Wil Trade Anythnl do lete Cars i
6.5 HP Motor, Silver & Black, Good Condition, | rsh Pull ment 30 Daors Out!rade Anything
NEWSPAPER CARRIERS Roll Bars; Well maintained, Cover included. CALL 334-7024323 OR 334714-6285
$750; 334-792-4541 or 334-791-8883.
Honda 2012 Civic LX
:0. .ion Sedan: Only 6,500 miles,
Earn an average of Bass Tracker 2002: 18Ft, 90HP Mercury, black Dark gray paint with two
and gray, Garmin GPS fish finder, front fish tone gray inside. Tinted
finder, AM/FM/CD Radio, Excellent Condition windows. Automatic. No accidents or smoke.
$6,500. Call 850-774-6230 Power windows and locks, CD player, 2 sets of
Sfloor mats, $16,500. Call 333-268-3900
$A45 0 Lexus 2003 LX470-One owner, garage kept,
per month light beige, 120K miles, Reduce for quick Sale I=[ N
Route Hours 3 A.M. to 6 A.M. Packags Fom0 LF159984 PUBLIC NOTICE
Must have dependable transportation, X trem e P $4,995 MINI201 Cooperh is LFIS.84 PUBLIC NOTICE
Must have dependable transportation, $4,995 MINIt2010 Cooper S This The U. S. D.epartment of Labor approved
All Welded sweet little Mini has an auto- Petition# TA-W- #81752 on 07/18/2012 for
minimum liability insurance & valid Boats All Aluminum Boats matic 1.6 turbo engine and worker adjustment assistance for workers at
driver's license uminum gets up to 34 MPG. She has WestPoint Home LLC Bed Products Division in-
wvere diene.m been driven less thin 13,000 eluding on-site leased workers from
and fil ot an apwww.xtremeindustries.com miles, a panoramic sunroof, Manpower.lncChipley, Florida. Workers who
Come by and fill out an application at the I Ii :i and a Harmon Kardon premi- are covered under this petition may qualify for
Jackson County Floridan, um sound system. Bluetooth, USB/lpod adap- Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) which may
4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna, FL ylvan, 1988 Pontoon boat, 24', 70 hp Mercury tor, and 100% maintenance until August 2013 is include reemployment services, job search
S(runs great), minntoka trolling motor, also included. The asking price is negotiable. and/or relocation allowances, training, Trade
2 h(runs g reat), minntoka trolls, single axle trailer. Call 816-752-0947 Readjustment allowances (TRA), Alternative
I 2 hummingbird fsh fnders sg axle tra or email: rayherrera93@gmai.com. Adjustment Assistance (ATAA), Reemployment
$4500 obo 334-983-4446 or 334-798-2999 TradeAdjustment Assistance (RTAA), and
,R . : ., .i____________,_e Halth;Coverage Tax Credit(HCTC), To qualify
SCHOOLS & ISR T**IN PERS for TRA benefits, the worker must have been
2008 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic Electra laid off or put on a reduced work schedule on
Classes Forming Noe 2008 30 ft Surveyior SV-g Glide -FLHTCU, Black, 9250 miles, 1584 cc, Ex- or after 07/03/2011 from the trade affected
S for ing GVWR8922 Ibs, Fiberglass cellent Cond., One Owner, $7,400, 205-487-7666 employer. Workers must also have worked for
forMedicalAssisting, lightweight, 2 slideouts, 36 the employer at least 26 weeks during the 52
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Sports Briefs College Basketball
Duke moves Devils do: They own three be No. 1 at the end of the
High School Ridge, 8 p.m. to No. 1 in AP poll wins over teams ranked in. season."
the top five Indiana (9-1) held the top
Boys Basketll High School Duke is back in a familiar at the time spot from the preseason
STuesday Vernon at Grceville, 6 iall place -No. 1. then-No. poll through the first five
and 7:30 p.m.; Mosley at Marianna, 5:30 Glrls Bs l The Blue Devils advanced 3 Kentucky, weeks of the season. Butler
and 7 p.m.; Malone'at Laurel Hill, 5:30 Tuesday- Graceville at Chipley, 5 one spot to replace Indiana then-No. 2 beat the Hoosiers 88-86 in
and 7 p.m. p.m.; Mosley at Marianna, 4:15 p.m. 'at the top of The Associated Louisville and overtime Saturday.
Thursday -Marianna vs. Blount- a Thursday Sneads vs. Marianna in Press' Top 25 on Monday, then-No. 4 The Blue Devils (9-0),
stown in Grand Ridge, 6 p.m.; Sneads vs. Grand Ridge,4 p.m. drawing closer to UCLA's re- Kryzewski Ohio State, all whose only game in the past
WestGadsden in Grand Ridge, 8 p.m. Friday- New Bay Haven Academy cord for most No. 1 rankings. in a span of 16 21 weeks was a victory over
a Friday Cottondale vs. Blount- at Sneads, 5p.m. Duke has reached No. 1 days. Temple on Dec. 8, received
stown in Grand Ridge, 4p.m.; Malonevs. Saturday Sneads vs. Malone in at least once in a record 16 "We're proud of it. I think 62 first-place votes from the
West Gadsden inGrandRidge, 6 p.m.; Grand Ridge, 2 p.m. seasons under coach Mike it'sa lot different than a 65-member national media
Mearianna vs Bainbridge(Ga.) in Grad Krzyzewski and has played preseason ranking," forward panel.
MRidgaa vsp. (.) i rts tes more games as the No. 1 Mason Plumlee said. "We They will debut their lat-
atuRidge,da 8 m. Rtherd vs. Seads ranked team in 33 years feel like we've earned it, est No. 1. ranking at home
in Grand Ridge,4 p.m. Cottondale Send all sports items to editorial@jcfloridan. under Coach K (209) than as not like we've been given Wednesday night against
iranm or fax them to 850-482-4478 The mailing an unranked team (141). anything. (But) if we don't Cornell.
vs. Bainbridge (Ga.) in Grand Ridge, address for the paper is Jackson County Flori- No team in the country get any better during the F
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prepared for the next two
InJdllS games." C
Chipola will return to 77 t
From PagelB action Dec. 29-30 at the
3-point line, while Chris Gulf Coast State Clas-
Thomas added 11 points, sic in Panama City, tak-
six rebounds and five ing on Aiken Tech and Available through the end of the year!
assists. USC-Salkehatchie.
Chipola shot 50.9 per-
cent from the field, but
could not translate the
good shooting into a'big
point total largely due to
collecting only four offen-
sive rebounds and shoot-
ing just three free throws.
"We didn't have great de-
fensive intensity to force
any turnovers and get easy
points as well," Blake said.
"(Baton Rouge) did a good
job keeping us off the of-
fensive glass and getting
those extra possessions."
It also appeared a classic
case of a team sleepwalk-
ing through the last game
before the Christmas
break, though the Indi-
ans' first-year coach said
the hard fought game pro-
vided a rare opportunity to
execute in pressure situa-
tions after winning most
of its game this season by
big margins.
"Obviously, I like how
our guys competed and
rose to the challenge at the
end," Blake said. "We've
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issue for the Pirates all sea-
son, and Saturday was no
different.
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