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GAINESVIL:LE FL 32611-007
Vol. 90 No. 249
Holiday shopping kicks off. hoicid:
Cottondale From staff reports
Graceville man Joseph Horace
craftsm an tries Gilley, 31, is charged with two
counts of homicide in the shoot-,
mg deaths of a
to cash in on' mn and. woman
at a residence on
Peanut Road in
Black, Friday Graceville where
SGilley is listed
BYANGIE COOK as a, resident on
firstname.lastname@example.org the Florida DeEven after many stores decided to open partmnent of. oron Thursday evening this Thanksgiving, rections website. Released from
plentyof Black-Friday "door busters" and prison in. late 2012 after serving
other in-store specials were leftover to time for burglaryand grandtheft,
draw throngs of bargain-hunting shop- according to the website's latest
pers out to area retailers the next morn- available information, Glley was
ing. And one Cottondale craftsman was listed there as a resident of 5267
hoping to benefit from the residual inter- Peanut Road in Graceville.
est of those who couldn't quite find that
special something among the discounted See SLAYINGS, Page 11A
HDTVs and video games or failed to land
an elusive "Duck Dynasty Chia Willie"
byist Robert Drummond unloaded and
carefully arranged roughly two -dozen t
pieces in the parking lot of a relative's
workplace located on busy U.S. 90. east
of the Marianna city limits, car
Angling them so passersby could get a 1 11 crash
good look, the birdhouses, benches, plant
stands and children's furniture showed From staffreports
an impressive attention to detail Colorful cedar and cypress, along with other A Defuniak Springs woman
varieties of wood, were used to craft the was killed and two Panama City
array of items, using years of knowledge residents were seriously injured
and woodworking skills Drummond says m a Thanksgivg Day crash near
he picked up from his father, Pete Drum- Freeport.
mond, who also had a hand inmaking the According to a press release
pieces. from the Florida Highway Pa"It's a hobby," Robert Drummond said, trol, Alicia, Marie Forest died in
"but it helps pay 'the bills and keeps me the crash after the car she was
out of trouble." driving collided head-on with
To show their goods, the Drummonds ANGIE COOK/FLORIDAN an SUV which was traveling the
frequent several area events, including Cottondale woodworking hobbyist Robert Drummond stands among several of the handmade wrong way in her lane of traffic. the Sunland Fall Festival, but on the day items he created with his father, Pete Drummond, Friday, Nov. 29, along U.S. 90 In Marianna. According to the release, after Thapksgiving, that parking lot on deal. Several hours in, however, he'wasn't nibble of interest in his collection. Asked Samual DePriest, 21, was driving U.S. 90 was where Robert Drummond having much luck. to what he attributed that, he thought a Mitsubisi SUV southbound on
hoped to benefit from traffic generated Despite setting up around 8 a.m., by ear- U.S. 331 around 12:30 a.m. when
by shoppers in search of a Black Friday ly afternoon Drummond only had seen a See DRUMMOND, Page 11A he left his lane to pass another
vehicle and never reassumed the
Crowds form early and often While southbound in the
northbound lane, the SUV struck
The Associated Press the Mitsubishi two-door vehicle
that Forest was driving northThe holiday shopping season started as bound, according to the report.
a marathon, not a sprint. The DePriest vehicle was disMore than a dozen major U.S. retail- abled in the roadway following
ers stayed open for 24 hours or more on that crash, and was struck by a
Thanksgiving Day through Black Friday third vehicle.
and crowds formed early and often over DePriest and his passenger, 75the two days. year-old Dorothy DePriest, were
About 15,000 people waited for the flag- 'listed as having serious injuries. ship Macy's in New York to open at 8 p.m. The driver of the third vehicle,
on Thanksgiving. Long checkout lines, a Toyota Camnry, was listed as
formed at the Target in Colma, Calif.,' on Milton resident Susan Marie
Friday morning. And by the time Jessica Przybylek, 60.
Astalos was leaving North Point Mall in' She and one of her 'passengers,
Alpharetta, Ga., after a six-hour buying ~ $ y' 32-year-old Amber Cristin Pr
binge that started on Thanksgiving, an- bylek of Philadelphia, Pa., were
other wave of shoppers was coming in listed as having minor injuries.
about 5:30 a.m. on Friday. Her other passenger, 32-year-old
"You just have to be out in the niidst of .'Ryan Michael Bell, also of Pilaall of it," said Ricki Moss, who hit stores delpia, was not injured in the
'near Portiand, Ore., at 5:30 a.m. on Friday. crash, according to the report.
"It's exciting." This year may cement the transforma- Road Worki~
tion of the Start of the holiday shopping DEBORAH BUCKNALTER/THE FLRIDANf adi~r
With a* Black Friday iPhone sale in the offing, people begin to gather near the electronics From staff reports See SHOPPING, Page 11A department counter to await the kick off hour early Friday morning at Marianna Walmart.
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enery sa mgs n witer coring operations on State Road
big in wm ~er 2 might necessitate temporary
lane closures along a stretch of
Special to the Floridan part of those costs come from Replace traditional light bulbs Thermostats and heating the roadway in Jackson County wasted energy during those with compact fluorescent light Keep your home warm and on Wednesday and Thursday
in the' winter, when many cold months. bulbs, which last between six comfortable, during the hours of 8 a.m. to
people turn on their heaters However, you can save on and 12 times longer Remember ))Instail a programmable ther- 3:30 p.m., according to a press and put up holiday lights, gas winter energy costs if you make to turn off any lights that aren't mostat for your home's heating 'release from the Florida Departand electric bills can be much some changes in. certain areas in use. system., ment of Transportation. The
higher, than usual. of your home. 'Consider using LED lights for ))Keep the doors and windows affected section lies between
According to the Department 'ihtngChristmas decorations. These closed while the heat is on. Cowarts Creek Bridge and State
of Energy, a family spends more Lgtn use 90 percent less energy Road 71. Drivers are advised to
than $1,900 a year on electric- .Improve the lighting in your than the standard Christmas use special caution when travelity bills and other utilities. A big home and save energy lights. See ENERGY, Page 11A ing through the work zone.
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i l i II P N SUNDAY, DEC. 1 plications Will be~taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys )) Christmas:Parade 5:30 p.m. Main Street
) Toys for TotsApplications Anchorage will be distributed on Dec: 21 starting at 10 a.m. Marianna. Entry fee $25. Families, churches, youth
Publisher Valeria Roberts Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon groups, civic organizations and businesses urged to
email@example.com plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys to 1 p.m. in theAA room of First United Methodist enter a float. Proceeds will be earmarked for downwill be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. town improvements. Call 718-1022 or download Circulation Manager Dena Oberski parade form www._eityofmarianna.com
doberski@lcfloridan corn .) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion
6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist THURSDAY, DEC. 5 ) Marianna Christmas Parade 6 p.m. downCONTACT US Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. At- ) Toys for Tots Applications Anchorage town Marianna.
tendance limited to persons with a desire to stop Children's Home; 4452 Clinton St.; Marianna. Ap- ) Three Rivers State Park 10th Annual CorTelephone: 850-526-3614 drinking. plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys munity Christmas Light Show -6-8 p.m. Three
FAX: 850-482-4478 )) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 am. Rivers State Park in Sneads. Will be accepting pet
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, ) International 'n'S- 8:30-10 am. food and other items for pets. Donations accepted
Street Address:' 5429 College Drive, Graceville. Jackson County ip te for future light shows. All families, groups, organizaCou3onstiutia n Lea i brsa, 2 en t inr tions, churches and business interested in setting 4403 Constitution Lane Marianna. Lea ring Center staff and their inter- up a display call the park for further information at
Marianna, FL 32448 MONDAY, DEC. 2 national Englishlearners invite the public for the 482-9006. Free admission.
Office Hours: Toys for Tots applications'- Anchorage exchange of language, culture and ideas in a relaxed
Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- environment. Lightrefreshments served. No charge. )) Chess Club 6-8 p.m. First United Methodist Weekdays. 8 am. to 5p.m. applications will betaken until noon on Dec. 6. toys Church on Clinton.St. in Marianna. Sponsored by
lll t Call 482-92. I., Marianna OptimistClub for students for students 8will be distributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m. ) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. St. 1 MISS YOUR PAPER? :)Etlyblt okhp :0pm tte AnesCtllCC~rh30 t tMran; 18 years of age~in Jackson County. All students and
Employability Workshops 2:30 p m. at the their parentsare welcome. Players of all skill levels
You should receive your newspaper no later Marianna One Stop Career Center in Marianna. A Call 482,?34. in luding;lginnes are welcome. Call 693-0473.
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- certified motivational career coach will be teaching )) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks ) Celebrate Rtecovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship tion between 6 a.m. and noon. Tuesday to "Completing applications." Free. Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus ,Certer,'2645Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult,
is the local community, "Communit y, Chi ldren & Ite 64 dl meeing t o a ioerom hurtsaisan dut Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11a.m. on Sunday. The ) Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting Character.' Call 526"3142. teen meetings to.overcome hurts, habits and
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, hang-ups"Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
3975 U.S. 90 W., Mariarina. Business meetings are ) Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at 209-7856,573-1131. is published Tuesday through Friday and fourth Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna. )) Jackson County School at Sunland's School Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid lessons, help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638. Call 482-2290. Advisory Council meeting 7:30 p.m. in the
at Marianna,.FL. ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 ) S.R. 71 Public Information Meeting 5-6 p.m. Student Commons room of the Habile Center, 3700
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist in the Jackson County Commission Chambers, Connally Dr., Marianna. Purpose of meeting to dis-. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. 2864 Madison St., Marianna. Hosted by Florida cuss School Improvement Plan for the school year
Home delivery $11.23 per month $32 )) Book Signing Event- 5-6 p.m. at the Jackson Department of Transportation, concerning improve- 2013-2014. For more information call 482-9139. forthree months; $62.05 for six mon County Public Library, 2929 Green St., Marianna ments to SR. 71 from the Calhounoununty line to Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 s ths: Author, Clara Elizabeth Corbin-Romero, a native of Malloy PlazaRoad in.Jackson County. Call 888- p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist and $123.45 for one year. All prices include Jackson County, will discuss her.new novel, "Means .638-0250,1ext. 1205.., Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
applicable state and local taxes. Mail to an End," and the role of women in modern ) VFW & Ladles Auxilliary Meeting 6 p~m. at subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail mysteries and thrillers. Light refreshments will be 2830 Wynn St, Marianna. Covered-dish supper folsubscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; served. Call 482.9631. lowed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372-2500. SATURDAY, DEC 7
rions Alcoholics Anonymous- Closed discussion, Elks Lodge Bargain Sale 7 a.m. Elks Lodge
$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one TUESDAY, DEC. 3 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Parking Lot, U.S. 90, Marianna. Vender setup 6 a.m.
year. 8- Toys for UCaledonia M eth room. Attendance or day before. Vendor spots $10 includes table and
Toys for Tots Applications Anchorage C aSt.; Marianna, in the AA Attendance chairs. For Vendor registration call 526-4992 or
Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; 573-4351. ADVERTISING plications will be taken until noonon Dec. 6. All toys. papers will not besigned.
The advertiser agrees that the publisher will bedistributed on Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m. Breakfast with Santa & Christmas Celebrashall not be liable for damages arising Sewing Circle I p.m. at Jackson County Senior F RIDAY, DEC. 6 NW Pioneer Settlement Road, Blountstown. Jolly
out of errors and advertisements beyond Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call Toys for Tots applications Anchorage Old St. Nick's Pancake Breakfast at the Club House. the amount paid for the space actually .482-5028. ... Children's Homg, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap- Bring your camera so you can take your children's
occpie b tht prton f te dvetis-. )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6..All toys picture with Santa. Pancake and sausage breakfast
occpid y ha prton f headeris-, to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist* will be distributed On Dec. 21 starting at 10 a.m. with juice and coffee is $5 donation for adults and ments in which the error occurred, whether Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. )) Chamber of Commerce First Friday Break- $3 for children. such error is due to the negligence of the )) Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting fast-7-9 am. Agriculture Center on Penn Avenue )) Blacksmithing Class 8 a.m. Panhandle publisher's employees or otherwise, and Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., .in Marianna. .Pioneer Settlement, 17869 NW Pioneer Settlement
there shall be not liability for non-inser- Marianna. ,)) Sugar Cane Syrup Making 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Road, Blountstown. Enjoy the art of forging heated.tion of any advertisement beyond the )) Sewing Projects for Christmas Class 5:30 Panhandle Pior~eer Settlement, Blountstown. iron and steel with hand tools such as hammers, ;amount paid for such advertisement. This p.m. Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, 17869 NW Biscuits and sausage available for donation. General tongs and chisels. Required items: gloves and safety newspaper will not knowingly accept or Pioneer Settlement Road, Blou ntstown in the Club- .store will be open and guided toursof the settle- glasses. Limited slots available. Cost $45 with a $25 house. Cost of class $35. You will receive 11 easy-to- ment will available. Walk through time into the natu- deposit fee required. This will be an all day even so .publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- do quick project kits. A $10 deposit is required. For ral sugar cane field.Admission and parking free. *pack your lunch. Call 674-2777 or email ppsmuseing which expresses preference based on more info' call 674-2777. Syrup and the Syrup maker DVD will befor sale. email@example.com
,legally protected personal characteristics is )) Marianna City Commission Meeting 6 )) Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson )) Marianna Marketplace-9 am. to 4 p.m. at not acceptable. p.m. in .City Hall, 2898 Green St., Marianna. Public County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and Madison Street Park in Marianna. Sponsored by
welcome. Call 718-1001. experienced hand crafters welcome to create, the University of Florida Jackson County ExtenHOW TO GET YOUR )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- 8-9 share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482- 'sion and the city of Marianna. Many local artist
NEWS PUBLISHED .p.m.in the AA room of First United Methddist 9631:. and crafters will show, sell and teach their craft.
Th Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. )) Panhandle Classic noon at Chipola Gulf coast Educational focus will be low-cost decorating using
heJackson County Fforidan'wlll publish' )) St Anne Thrift Store- 9 a.m. to 1 p~ t s Baton Rouge. 2po.m. Tallahassee vs. State Col- the bounty of nature by bringing the outdoors in: ;news of general intere -'free of charge. Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. lege Florida. 4 p.m. Northwest Florida vs. Bruns- wreath making 10 a:, table decorations noon; Submit your news or Cormunity Calendar Call 482-3734. wick. 6 p.m. Chipola vs. Santa 'Fe. .and tree ornaments to make with kids 2 p.m. There
eventsvia email, ax; m~l, orhand eliver. ~ Wnterfet 3p~m.iMdisonStreetParkwillibdhealhyoholdayofodtdemnstraionsiaints
evens va emai fa; mtl;or hnd eliery ))Winerfst -3 pm. adion tret Prkceramics, metal work, wooden crafts and more.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4 Marianna.., PahnlCasi-NontCipaTaahanniversary and birth announcements. )) Toys for Tots pltos Anchorage Vit Christmas" ~higSpm.i rcvle see vs. Baton Rouge. 2 p.m. Gulf Coast vg. Santa Fe
Forms are available at the Floridanoffices. Children's App.442liton VintageaChrist.as"- 4 p.m. Northwest Florida vs. State College Florida.
Photographs must be of good quality and The submission deadline for this calendar is twodays before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar Jackson County Floridan, PR 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447 suitable for print. Th~e Floridan reserves the email editorial~jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
right to edit all submissiors.Po i e'
GETTING ITrRIGiHT Po i ounup
The Jackson County Floridan's policy MARIANNA POLICE Offce and county fire/rescue alarms, eight traffic stops, one Correctional Facility
is to correct mistakes pr~rmptly To O :EPARTMENT reported the following incidents larceny complaint, one civil dis- Tefloigproswr
report an error, please call 526;3614 .for Nov. 28, the pute, two trespass complaints, booed flin therony waedrMonday-Friday. The Marianna Police De- .y.' latest available three follow-up investigations, igkdhltsit hrprigOnyeid~aldr
partment listed the following ; report: One re- one noise disturbance, 19inthlaetrptngeios
iniet frNv 8,teltst~pr f udr poet hekfu assso )) Scott Sammons, 34,
)! i available repOrt: One drunk t M five abandoned motorists or pedestrians, one 3103 Decatur Road, Cotton'4 driver, one suspicious person, .~'vehicle reports, retail theft, four assists of other wood, Ala., driving under the
one verbal disturbance, two two reckless agencies, one K-9 deployment, influence..
traffic stops, one assault, and drivers, five suspicious vehicles, one welfare check, two threat!/alPplain 0
one property check, three suspicious people, one harassment complaints, one Ji ouain 0
physical disturbance, two ver- 911 hang-up, and one arson
Jackson County bal disturbances, one residen1 complaint. .To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
,tS eifsO~etial fire, one commercial fire, at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement
30 medical calls, one grass fire, Jackson Conyagency To report a wildlife violation, call
JICFLOR iDAN.CO'M The Jackson County Sheriff's two burglar alarms, three fire Cony1-888-404-FWCC (3922),
Joshua lan Baxter was Raynond Dewayne Harborn at 5:16 a.m. on Nov. low was born at 4:43 a.m.
18 at Jackson Hospital in on Nov. 19 at Jackson
:Marianna. Heweighed Hospital in Marianna. Hunter Reign Powell Chalop Bradford Floyd
Levi Leeate Simmons 6 porinne D1stin ohev-ces
Corinne6 pounds 13.8 ounces He weighed 7 pounds was born at 8:27 a.m. was born at 12:33 a.m.
was born at i:45a.m. enne Russell was born and was 193 inches i 8 ounces and was 19 on Nov. 19 at Jackson on Nov. 23 at Jackson
onat 7:38 p.m. on Nov. 10 long at birth. His parent c Hospital in Marianna. Hospital in Marianna.
Hospital in Marianna. Hit73 ~,o Nv 0 ogt it:Hsprn s motnhe s gi Hopia inirth.na
Ho in Mariana. at Jackson Hospital in are: Laurie and Steven His mother is Chelsie He weighed 8 pounds He weighed 7 pounds
He weighed 7 pounds i Marianna. She weighed Baxter. Grandparents Harlow. Grandparents 6 ounces and was 19% 4 ounces andwas 20%
8 ounces and was 20%A 8 pounds 14 ounces and- are: Omi and Papa Ross are: Carissa and Thomas inches long at birth. His inches long at birth. His inches long at birth. His was 21 V2inches long of Marianna; Baxter of Harlow of Malone. parents are Amanda Kel. parents are: Feliciaand
parents are: Kayla Smith at birth. Her parents Malone; Becky Griswell ley and Anthony Powell. Chalop Floyd. Grandpa@
andMichael Simmons. are: Alysia Temple and 'of Altha and David Dick- Grandparents are: Ant cents are: Margaret Baxter
Dustin Russell. Grand- ens of Greenwood. And Mom- Allison Molsbee Floyd, Monica Baxley
parents are:Tracey four big brothers, Quen- of Cypress andMAmanda and Danny Baxley of
Yates, Ricky Russell and tin, Holdi, Gregson and Mom Jackie Kelley of Chipley; Pete Floyd of,,
DeeDee Lipford. Jordan Baxter. Chipley. Cottondale.
BLACKSMITHING CLASS OFFERED CivilAir Patrol cadet receives
The Panhandle Pioneer congressional HO illtlOIS
Settlement at 17869 NW
Pioneer Settlement Road, Special to the Floridan that Congressman South- has also done well in aeroBlountstown, will be having erland would select me as space educationwhich
a blacksmithing class on 'Robert HunterWard, a one of his nominees." said concentrates heavily in
Saturday, Dec. 7, starting cadet It. colonel at Civil Air Ward after learning of the Science, Technology Engi-'
at 8 a m. CST. If you enjoy Patrol's Tyndall-Panama nominations. rieerig and Math.: Rou ndhands on experiences, this Composite Squadron Part ofWard's service to ing out his CAP experience
is th e ato be. Come received word that he has Civil Air Patrol includes Ward also participates in
join us in the art of shaping received, more than a year and half CAP's EmergencyServices
heated iron and steel nomina- as the cadet commander training where he is a
(forging) with hand tools tions from for the Tyndall-Panama qualified ground team
such as hammers, tongs Congress- Composite Squadron. member,.
and chisels on an anvil. This man Steve During this time, Ward Today, Ward tits in one
will be an all-day event so Southerland mentored many of CAP's of the highest positions
pack your lunch. Gloes for the U.S. cadets who were coming a cadet in CivilAii,,Patrol
and safety glasses ame Air Force up through the ranks, and can hold as the Southeast
required. Ther are limited Academy, Want continued to grow and Region Chairman on the
mail now to reserve your U.S. Mer- learn new things himself National Cadet Advisory
slot c The cost of thiuclass chafit Marine Academy, covering all of CAP's three Council. The Council gives
is a $45. A $25 deposit and the U.S. Military Acad- missions which are emer- advice to Civil Air Patrol's
fee is required 099which emy. This is an important gency services, aerospace top leaders on where the
goes toward the cost of the step for an applicant to a education, and cadet cdet program should go
class. For more information, military service academy. programs. from the perspective of a
call 674-2777 or email: "It's been a dream to at- The cadet program cadet.
firstname.lastname@example.org tend the Air Force Acad- concentrates heavily on Ward is the son of Chapemy for many years; this is leadership, and character lain-Ward who recently one giant step towards an development, both areas transferred to Texas from appointment. I'm honored Ward has excelled in. He TyndallAFB.
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Sun on medical
F lorida House Speaker Will Weatherford and Senate President Don Gaetz have joined the'debate
about medical marijuana. Their arrival is indefensibly late.."_.___ __ __ __,_._
On Oct. 24, Attorney General Pam Bondi.sent to the
Florida Supreme Court the ballot language of a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow Floridians to use marijuana for medical reasons. She said
the language is misleading and asked for an opinion
on it. On Nov. 8, Weatherford and Gaetz filed their own
brief in the case. Then Bondi filed her own brief. Oral
arguments are scheduled for Dec. 5.
Unfortunately,Weatherford and Gaetz showed essenit came up in the Legilature last session. That would n e h
have been the right time and place to work through I kW legal language Instead, bills that would have permitted
the medical use of marijuana under strict conditions T t's not just abumper strip. their blood pressure more than
died in committees. n slogan.Some Americans actu- non-volunteers.
The Legislature ignored the opportunity to carefully ally do practice random acts of Many people prefer to pay it forcraft a law that would allow the use of marijuana as a kindness ward With cash. Individual charitamedical necessity. As a result, Weatherford and Gaetz 'At fast food restaurants around ble giving rose almost 4 percent last
like Florida legislative leaders have many times in the the country, some customers are year but still lags its pre-recession
past ceded the debate of a difficult issue to the elec- paying for the orders placed by peak. This is one area where young.
tion process for proposed constitutional amendments. strangers in the next car. people are a shining example.
Polls have shown that a solid majority of Florida vot- "Drive-through generosity is hap- Nine of 10 kids between the ages
ers support medical marijuana. pening across America. and parts of 8 and 19 give to charity, acBondi, however, contends the proposal doesn't of Canada, sometimes resulting in legendary comedian Carol Burnett cording to a recent study by the
convey its true meaning and ramifications." She unbroken chains of hundreds of came to town last month'to receive. Women's Philanthropic Institute told the state Supreme Court that, if the amendment cars paying in turn for the person the Mark Twain Prize for American at- Indiana University's Lilly Family passes, "Florida law would allow marijuana in limitless behind them," Kate Murphy re- Humor, she showed how it's done. School of Philanthropy. situations." ported last month in The New York Burnett asked that Rosemary We all have a chance to pay it
Such an interpretation of the proposed amendment Times. Watson, a comedic newcomer who forward on Giving Tuesday the
twists the meaning of the language, amendment sup- "We reallydon't know why it's does dead-on impersonations of Tuesday after Thanksgiving. It's a porters say. Ben Pollara, campaign manager for People happening but if I had to guess, I'd Hillary Clinton and other promi- day to give back at the start of the United, has said the claim that Florida would become say there is just a lot of stuff going, nent female politicians, be given holiday season, after our two bigone of the most lenient states on marijuana regulation on in the country that people find the, chance to perform at the Ken- gest days of getting, Black Friday if the. proposal is approved is "way off base." discouraging," MarkMoraitakis, nedy Center awards gala. The two and Cyber Monday. .The challenges by Bondi, Weatherford and Gaetz director of hospitality at Chick-fil- had'never met. Watson had written Giving Tuesday was created last should make for interesting arguments in court; A, told Murphy, adding, "Paying Burnett a fan letter, and Burnett year by Henry Timms of the 92nd the proposed amendment was written by Jon Mills, it forward is a way to counteract had watched Watsons videos on Street Y, a cultural and community, onetime House speaker and now dean emeritus of the that." YouiTube. Impressed, she wanted tO nonprofit center in NewYork City.
University of Florida Levin College of Law. "Pay it forward" refers to repay- give a boost to the younger wom- He's the son of one of my closest
It is a debate, however, that should have taken place ing a kindness by doing something an's career. friends but I'd be writing about this
in the Legislature. kind for another person: The "The thing is, you pay it forward," brilliant project anyway.
concept was popularized by a 1999 Burnett said."Because when I g6t -i its first year, Giving Tuesday novel by Catherine Hyde Ryan and started, somebody gave me a break raised $10 million for more than movie starring Kevin Spacey and when I was 21 years old, and I 2,500 nonprofit groups. More th e T a m p a Helen Hunt. A high school teacher wanted to go to NewYork." groups are participating this year.
challenges his students to change Paying it forward can be as simple Giving Tuesday doesn't collect the the world. One boy helps three as letting someone go ahead in line money It genius is that it encour-. people and asks each of them to at the grocery store. Many people ages each person to choose a favorhelp three more people ... You see pay it forward with their time. It ite charity and publicize the choice f where this is going. turns out there are special benefits on social media.
A mericans have grown accustomed to regarding Moraitakis is onto something. for people who volunteer. If you're interested in paying it
an as an intransigent foe, one that seemed in- People like helping others on The December issue of Oprah forward, join the movement. It ent on developing nuclear weapons, a quest that 'their own terms. Compulsory kind- WInfrey's 0 Magazine touts "Four might make you feel as good as infuriated the nearby Israelis and Saudi Arabians and ness doesn't cut it. 'Amazing Health Benefits of Helping those you help.
defied Western nations demanding it cease its danger- You don't-see many people paying :Others." Studies show that volun- Marsha Mercer writes from Washington. You ous ambitions. it forward in Washington, a city teers may live longer, be happier, may contact her at marsha.mercer@yahoo.
Well; late Saturday night the Iranians finally told the famous for pay backs. But when manage their pain better and lower com. @2013 Marsha Merce. All rights reserved. United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany,
Russia and China that it would suspend its nuclear
ambitions in exchange fora temporary relaxation of the t W washing publ
economic sanctions that have crippled its economy. GOP governors target: on Repu licans
But this hardly means the Iranians are our friends,
and congressional leaders have good cause to be skep- Tn the aftermath of the goVern- erything he can to prove us right."
tical of the agreement, which by no means eliminates ment shutdown, it's clear that Just about the only governors who
Iran's ability to become a nuclear power. .many of the nation's Republican. demur on the question of whether a
As The Wall Street Journal reports, the deal calls for governors are disgusted by the governor should be the Republican
Tehran to limit nuclear efforts in exchange for loosen- peif6rmance of GOP lawmakers in nominee are the governors who
ing of Western sanctions worth more than $6 billion to -Congress. Buit they don't say it in actually want to be the RepubliIran,' though many sanctions will remain in. place until so many Words. instead, recently can nominee. Christie declined to
broader agreement is reached., meeting in Scottsdale, Ariz. at their"'D 1 answer the question, arguing~thatAlthough Iranian leaders consistently denied they annual conference, they expressed BLyron~o5rgvnte okaedin2 4 e
were seeking to develop nuclear weaponry, their a4gree- growing weariness with'Wash- ...._____ publicans "start thinking about 2016
ment Saturday to stop doing so would appear to be a 'ington, D.C."' and declared that if only Republican success story go- at our own peril." Texas Gov. Rick tacit concession that the United States and its allies anything good is to happen in poli- ing right now. The GOP controls 29 Perry, who ismulling a second shot were right all along. tics, it will be done by Republican governorships, coveringa majority at the nomination, also declined
Two of America's strongest allies, Israel and Saudi governors, and not politicians in the of the American population. They're to answer; other than to repeat his Arabia, were dismayed by the agreement. nation's capital. hoping to make that majority even old hope of making Washington
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described 'qt's pure insanity, what's coming bigger in a bunch of gubernatorial "as inconsequential as possible"~ in Saturday's agreement as "an historic mistake." out of there," Florida Gov. Rick Scott contests coming in 2014. American life.
Because Israel especially enjoys so much support said of Washington. 'But politics being politics, there 'Meanwhile, the denouncing of
from both parties on Capitol Hill, President Obama can "Chaos," said South Carolina Gov. are also eyes on 2016. And all the Washington goes on. Governors expect to be sharply criticized for his role in reaching Nikki Haley Washington-bashing sends a clear .who once served in Congress
this agreement with Iran. '"Dysfunction," said Louisiana message about the upcoming presi- -- ohio's John Kasich, Indiana'sThe "interim" agreement looks to have gaping holes, Gov. Bobby Jindal. dential race. Sens. Rand Paul, Marco Mike Pen Ce, Oklahoma's Mary Falallowing Iran to continue low-level uranium enrich- The new chairman of the Repub- Rubio, Ted Cruz, and Rep. Paul lin, Jindal, and several others- all ment that Israeli authorities believe 'could be used to lican Governors Association, New Ryan, along with other Washington said they are glad tq be gone from' mask secret efforts to develop weapons-grade fuel. Jersey's Chris Christie, joined in, 'lawmakers, are all fine fellows, but Washington. Americans have no reason to believe' Iran, which noting an "incredible contrast be- 'the governors want to see a chief "I don't quite knowwhat's hapuntil recently has demonstrated only contempt for the tween what you see being discussed executive become the Republican pened in Washington from the time "Great Satan," will be more diligent about its promises. ~here (at the governors meeting) ... nominee for the White House. I was there, when we actually could as opposed to what's going on in "It's the right experience for being get some things done," said Kasich, Washington, D.C." 'president," said North Dakota Gov. who served in the House from 1983
The governors were qulck to note Jack Dalrymple. to 2001. "But it's pretty bad."
TE II )that of course they also mean Dem- "Governors are better suited to Pence, who served from 2001 to
ANY(iQt)B OK~ocrats when they slam Washington. be in the White House," said Utah's January 2013, joked that if he only
LAELBut there's no doubt the steady bar- Gary Herbert. "We're executive had a few years to live, he would
rage of abuse directed at the capital branch people. We actually have to choose to live them in Washington,
quite specifically includes the lead- c~o things." 'because his time in the nation's O ers of their own party. '"I always prefer governors," said capital' felt like the longest of his life.
/,,.._ o0 "We're criticizing everybody," said Haley whose state holds an early Yes, all the talk helps the gover Christie. "Myfeeling has always GOP primary. And so, not inciden- nors 'portray themselves as Republi,. .\ been that when a Republican tally, does owa Gov. Terry Branstad, can good guys. But it also highlights.
-deserves criticism, he or she gets it. whose state starts the presidential a growing breach inside the GOP: When a Democrat deserves criti- voting. Congress versus everybody else.
.ci! sm, he or she gets it." '"Being governor is the closest Republicans who can distance
"It's not that we don't like them job in the United States to being themselves from the unpopular personally it's that we don't like the president," added Haley Barbour, Congress are taking every opporS job they're doing," added Haley tlhe former Mississippi governor ''tunity to do so. And those lawmakIt's an easy and virtually risk- whose counsel s widely sought ers who want to run for president
Iifree attack, given that the target, among Republican politicos. "Most could find very little support in the
.11/27 Congress,haanapoaraign ofuwo'ebegoenrthn nai'stthue.
203 ef SaherDit. Unvesa1U1ik/or7F the single digits. But the governors governors make better presidents, Byron York is chief political correspondent for
01JefSherDtby Unvra ~ikfrUS really do view themselves as the ad President Obama is doing ev- The Washington Examiner
JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com LOC[lJL~ SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1,2013 5AFThanksgiving should prepare us for Christmas season
hanksgiving is over; holiday nears. Growing but shouldn't outweigh just to feel the Christmas of pizza or some other around and seeing so
so now all the atten- up in a large family where the main reason for the atmosphere. snack while watching many beautiful, glittering
Lion can be squarely we learned season. In fact, one of the most others rush around trying lights can do a lot to lift
put on the holiday most to share and We should try hard not to interesting things we can to buy the right kinds, of one's spirits. Some parks
people in our country appreciate allow anything to depress, do is simply to do some gifts, remember who not are known for having great
consider the biggest of the the gifts we disappoint or discourage "people watching." By to leave off the gift list, and Christmas displays during
year: Christmas. The closer were given, us during this special time watching busy people trying to avoid this time of year.
we come to the Christmas some of of the year. Even those of rushing around during this getting into too much The Thanksgiving
holiday, the more emo- our most modest means can enjoy time of the year, we can debt. holiday should prepared
tions will come to the ThomaS enjoyable this season of the year; es- see looks, attitudes and Another way to enhance us for Christmas by helpforefront. incent memories pecially when family, close actions, or hear words and the Christmas season is ing us realize that we
No matter what our Mrphy were based friends and those we are conversations that would by spending an evening each have things to be
thoughts are concerning on our time comfortable around are. make us realize how odd with family or friends and thankful for; and that the
Christmas, it's hard not 'having fun" as a family. We included in our activities. some of us humans. actu- checking out'some of the Holidays can be enjoyed to realize that during this learned that the reason for Mingling with other folks ally are. Real, unscripted, awesome decorations that by anyone from the riches time of the year the excit- the season was the most at the mall or at some of live entertainment. So if some folks enjoy display- to the poorest, if we obing, festive atmosphere in- important issue;, and that; our large stores can be theres not much money to ing at their homes or serve them for their "real tensifies as the Christmas "things" are nice to receive, funi, even if the purposeis, spend, why not buy a slice businesses, Driving meaning."
Black Friday and Sneads FFA attends national'convention
Special to the Floridan6
how the super=o= tO
how te p r The Sneads FFA attended the National ,n Nf -.
rich stay that way
rih saha ,ay Louisville, Kentucky
Y from Oct. 29 to Nov. 2
to compete in AgriculSecond in a Series Google investor whose tural Communications,
estimated Agricultural Sales and
"When your prized pos- net worth is Service, and Extemporasessions.. start to weigh $1.3 billion, neous Speaking.
you down; asks for a They had former FFA
Look in my direc- "to go" box members receive their
tion... I'll be 'round...I11 whenever American Degree as
be'round." he eats in a well. The American
"And Your Bird Can Sing" Margaret restaurant. Degree is the highest "
by the Beatles McDOWel Cheriton degree ar FFA member
at are your says he can receive from the
personal spend- has been National FFA OrganiW ing habits? is cutting his own hair for zalion. The recipients NATIONAL FFA
one of several important fifteen years and drives a from Sneads were: Agrlicultural Communications
questions that an inves- 1986 Volksvagen. Sydney Stone, Sheldon Career Development Event
tor might ask a potential Actress Hillary Swank, White, Josh Weeks and investment advisor. If who grew up poor in Alan Toole. -SUBMITTED PHOTOS
a financial advisor lives Washington state and The Agricultural Com- National 'FFA Agricultural Communication Career Development Event winners. Left to right:
frugally, an investor can once lived out of a car munications team con- Taylor Reed, Bronze Emblem; Georgia Pevy, Gold Emblem; Lindsey Locke, Gold Emblem; and assume that the advisor with her mother, has sisted of Taylor Reed, Stan Scurlock, Advisor.
is just as prudent when retained her frugal habits Georgia Pevy and Lindmanaging the investor's in the midst of big screen sey Locke. They placed assets. stardom. Swank, whose as a silver team. Lindsey
Knight Kiplinger wrote net worth is $40 million, Locke and Georgia Pevy in a column called "The is still a coupon clipper, were placed as gold.emInvisible Rich" that "the "When you open up the blem individuals, and
biggest barrier to becom- paper and you see those Taylor Reed was placed ing rich is living like you're coupons, it looks like as ajbronze emblem rich before you are." In- dollar bills staring you in individual. terestingly, several "Super the face. It's how I grew The Agricultural Sales Rich" club members still up.. .why not?" she says in and Service team conwatch their money care- the interview. sisted of Cole Hamilton,
fully. Kiplinger's inter- Bethany Frankel is Ashleigh Tharpe, Destiviews reveal that: credited with originating nee Douthit, Samantha
Oil magnate T. Boone the Skinnygirl cocktail Rabon and alternate
Pickens only buys three brand, and recently sold Orion Douthit. They news suits every five her company for $100 placed as a silver team.
years and only owns ten. million. But she still only Cole Hamilton and "That's all I need", Pickens buys her clothes on sale Ashleigh Tharpe were says. and frequently buys from placed as gold
David Cheriton, an early discount sites online, emblem individuals, and Destinee Douthit
Sneads High School and Samantha Rabon
were placed as silver- NATIONAL FFA
Honor Roll emblem individuals. A TurAL Sa
All A honor roll lane Alexander, Dakota Wyatt/ Overall, the Sneads tONSAN'1 Co Agricultural Sales
Mallory Regan Beauchamp, Baggett, Madison Leigh Baker, FFA accomplished Allison Larae Brown, Chelsey Lyrik Jemia Barnes, Jackson great things at the Monita Brown, Allison Elizabeth -Grey Basford, Richard Seth Bax- gratinsat the Cod, Reginald D. Cereal, Kaitlin ter, Brittany Elizabeth Benton National FFA National FFA Agricultural SalesCareer Development Event winners. Lefto right: Orion Douthit, Amanda Dennison, Nina Mikayla Tia'kendra Cardetha Berry, Anna Convention. Ashleigh Tharp, Samantha Rabon, Cole Hamilton, Destinee Douthit, Jillian Etress, Advisor. Duren, Elizabeth Ann English, Elizabeth Branch, Ulysses Lee Miriam S. Estok, Andy Jose Faria, Bunting, Shelbi Kay Byler, Chris-. ,. -C.co
Jakob Collin Farmer, Logan- tine Elise Cain, Jordan Leighann G -.e Ric
Brooke Gilley, Casey Payton Cain, Kaylee Amanda Cain, Grover, Donovan cole Hamilton, Caitlin Grace Chason, Violet Arthur Jamra Johnson, Sierra Marie Collier, Kristal Marcell z9
Raine Kellye, Sierra Cheyenne Cooley ,Nichole Dagen Davis, Kinsinger, Brainna Nicole Mc- Gabriela Bree-Ann Davis, Orion Caifrey, Logan Shayne McCord, ,Dane Douthit, Donald Young Kaylee Rena Messer, Logan Dowling, Emily Danielle Edge, McKenzie Neel, Mary Ann Nadia Farista Estok, Mikayla,, i
Pintado, Jenna Danielle Poole, Irene Fontenot, Robert James Hurlter Lee Powell, Erin Taylor Forrester, NicholasTrent Fra- /
Joseph~d AyMackenzie scott,erSAmber oaBrittany neLeianne llFuder,roaMorgan +
Madison Taylor, Ashleigh Brooke McKenzie Gainer, Alicia Michelle Tharpe, effery Scott, Alaynah Gibson, Austin Goff, Ashlyn
Jordn WissandJerey JmesElizabeth Goodson, Djimon Gray,
JonWe isaddeeyae Taylor Leigh Green, Deon Griffin, z _ ,
A/B honor roll Sarah Elizabeth Hardman, Alexa
Margaret Ann Aaron, Dustin See SNEADS, Page6A .i JWLa s
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Record numbers (above) attended the BCF Heritage Festival in Graceville. The BCF Male Chorale (right) provided entertainment.
Record crowd attend
BCF Heritage Festival GOSPEL MEETING
Special to the Floridan tary school students through the historic
buildings, explaining where the building with Tom .Bowhng
More than 1,000 people attended the had been located and how it came to BCE .t . ..g
Baptist College of Florida's annual Holi- Adding to the warmth of the traditional s 4th 6: Nihtl
day Heritage Festival held on Friday, Nov. holiday gathering, small contained fires Decem ber st-4th 6 00pm Nightly
22, where guestswere greeted with warm were lit throughout the village keeping ,smiles ushering in the holiday season. guests war, and hot beverages and bot- 10*:*0 .U
Visitors to the campus strolled through tled water was available to guests at no picturesque Heritage Village admiring the charge. The event also included delicious decorations and the old-fashioned sur- homemade chili, ham biscuits, and good- S) M i H N
roundings. The historic buildings were ies baked by the faculty and staff.More
to display their handiwork and creative fund. skills, Demonstrations of intricately de- This year's festival included tours of the signed trains, beautifully crafted paint- college campus and a life size replica of AN OMI 1 ROM
ings, detailed stone carvings and pottery, the tabernacle constructed by Patterns of flawlessly sown quilts, and the expeti of Approach Ministries. There were. guided a blacksmith combined with buggy rides tours of the tabernaclefrom Nov. 11 until and the sweet smell of cane syrup brewing Nov. 22, filled with the amazing histori- -A -- N( 45 1
provided the perfect ambiance. cal facts conveying the true meaning of *
Faculty and students from the BCF Christmas as Jesus born in a manger as Music and Worship Division performed the sacrificial lamb. musical selections throughout the after- : For more information about the college noon, in addition to the award winning that is "Changing the World Through the sound provided by the gospelduo Mercy UnchangingWord," please call 800-328Revealed. BCF students in the Teacher 2660 ext. 460 or visit www.baptistcollege. CAVERN$1 OAD C URC 0H OF CH.RIST
Education Division escorted elemen- edu 4 4 RO 2
4448 River Rd, Marianna, FL 32446
S Elizabeth Maldonado, Mackenzie Rupnik, Dagnte Gabriel Scott, "Jesus of Naareth, Son of God" Sunday 9:30am
Simpson May, MalloryJordan Kimberly Shonta Scott, Macey 0818 of Nazareth, Head of His Church" Sunday 10:30am From Page 5A McDaniel, Brianna Cheyenne Renee Searcy, Brandon Pierce
Lynn Harrison, Angerita Quanita McDonald, Brian S. Moran, Sheffield, Amanda Erin Smith, flO j i '
Hayes, Bianca E. Hernandez, Shelby Fay Moulton, Mallory Amy Elisabeth Snell,Jade Eliza- Feowship Mel* Everyone Invited 1 Sunday Noon
Crystal Hernandez, Ana Luz, Virginia Myhill, Chelsey Ann beth Stagner, Sandra Lauren Hernandez-Angeles, Harley Neely, Hillary Faith Oliver, Biridgit Stewart, Joshua AliTaylor, Katia sus of Nasareth, The Master Teacher" Sunday 6:00p Cheyenne Hosey, Catherine Leeann Owens, Jaylyn MichaeVl' Rebkkah Thomas, Savannah 44 f N reth, The Good Sheherd" Monda 600
Marie Humphrey, Lacy Elizabeth Palmer, Riddhi N. Patel, Alyssa J. Thompson, Rebecca Leigho .
Hunter, Jacore Christophe Irving, Lynne Perkins, Chloe Rebekah Timms, Ashleigh Breanna Varn, Je8us of Naareth, The Savior" Tuesday 6:00pm Dylan Shelby Johns, Christopher Perkins Kendra Katelyn, Madi- Madison Rose Vogel, Michaela BlakeJohnson, Donnie Wayne son Emilee Pickens, Lyndsey Brooke Vogel, Brandi N, Walden' of Nasareth, The Gift of God's Grace" Wed 6:00pn Johnson, Kelly Alyssa John- Poole, Madison Rose Powell, Kelsey Raeann Walters, Megan "; OME, and SEE" Hiear the Gos pel of Christ! son, Shelby Danielle Johnson, Samantha Marie Rabon, Aaiiyah Elizabeth White, Charlis Macey Mary Elizabeth Jose-Disalvo Brianna Raines, DariusVernor Wilkes, PatrickJames Wilkinson, Jordan Danielle Kite, John Kyle Raines, Ctistina Benitez Rodri- Aaliyah Christiana Williams and Lawrence, Crystla Lafaye Lewis, guez, Abigail Jayne Rogers, Alek Melissa JoelleWray
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New county committee election ballots to be mailed
Special to theFloridan committee member whose erations of an entire farm in IAA#1, Jackson County In addition to farming, the new2013 fact sheet and term expiries on Dec. .31 may also be eligible to to serve as a committee he is employee by Jackson brochures can be found on The County Commit- will have -their term ex- vote. member. Wesley resides in County as chief of fire and the FSA website at www.
tee election ballots that tended toJan. 31, 2014. The candidates in this Campbellton and is a life- rescue services. fsa.usda.gov/ elections or were mailed to producers Counitycommittee mem- year's election'are: long and multi-generation More information on at a local USDA Service on Nov. 4 were incorrectly ber are animportant cornm- TonyWesleyisnominated farmer. county committee, such as Center.
printedwith the producer's popent of the operations of name and address on the FSA andptovide a link.beback of the ballot County tweenthe agriculturalconcommittee elections must munity and USDA. Farmuse a secret ballot so the ers and ranchers elected *2SFTotal,
misrined allts annt t contycomitte hlp MARIANNA 4tO9 Clay St., 4BR/2BA, 3115 SF, 3627 SF Total, misprinted ballots cannot to county comitteehelp 1 Car Garag, Needs Work, Bank Ask ing $48400 be used. Please destroy', deliver FSA 'programs at sEA 9DWMH, 4BR/2BA, 1440 SF, Shaidy Lot, 50'x150', or recycle the misprinted the local level, applyiBng Bank Asking p9,000 ballot..If you have already their knowledge and judg- eisur .akes, 5BR/3A on 2.2, Acres, Needs Little TLC, voted; your ballot will be ment to make decisions on .as50 0 ,000
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ORLANDO -A father was arrested on Thanksgiving Pay on a felony child neglect charge after police say he left his 2month-old son alone in a car outside a store. Haider Hassan Khudhair Darwash, 34, was booked into the Orange County Jail after the arrest Thursday evening.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, trooper Edy Rivera was working an off-duty detail at a Best Buy in the Waterford Lakes shopping center for Black Friday when a man approached him and told him there was a baby alone in a car.
The infant was asleep in the back seat of the locked car wherif Rivera found him, officials said. Rivera
then went inside the store and announced on the public' address system that he was trying to find the parents of the child or the owner of the car. After about 10 minutes, no one I
came forward, and the 85A04O
trooper broke the window 850
but "couldn't get the child to wake up," Montes said. OLR HIGHLIGHTS HAIRCUTS
Paramedics were called to. FACIALS MNICUES PEDICUES
the scene. GEL POL1 MASSAGE
Shortly after, Darwash ***.*..... .... .
returned to the car and Apponets Necessary..
identified' himselfas the 0
father, officials said. O i S i
Wheir the trooper asked why the infant was left alone in the car, the father "
replied that he thought ATION T Y
his wife had the child. The *., 8Al-8PM
wife was located at a store TUESDY, DECEMBER
in the shopping center. 800 COOKIES & CIDER
Darwash was arrested Mg' .... y g'DISC.OUNT &DOR PRIZES
on a felony child neglect SMad Up Taonnng Beds
charge. The child was not a
harmed. ABL O M O N
Iearwater High to dffer aviation course / e
/EARWATER Clearopening an aviation academy that will allow' students to graduate with a $o 's license. iThe learwater Aero- riaut~l Space Academy wil have a soft launch in January, with a class about unmanned aircraft. The full program, with classes in engineering, space flightt and aeronautical science, will be available duringThe 2014-15 school year. '
The program is offered' through a partnership 'f'.j', with Embry-Riddle Aerd" nautical University.
"We're really excited,"
principal Keith Mastorides told the Tampa Bay Times. Any student at Clearwater High can enroll in the academy. They canearn the pilot's license and up to 30 college credits by the time they graduate. Pinellas School District !
spokeswoman Lisa Wolf told the newspaper that administrators had been ,
seeking a partnership with the university for
7l8A. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2013 STATE & NATION JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com
Electronic tag readers are solving Florida crimes
The Associated Press *---TAMPA The Hillsborough County Sheriff's,Office recently got a tip a *i..
stolen vehicle had been seen near the University of South Florida. Investigators sent deputies to the area, found the car and arrested the two men inside.
Both were charged with
grand theft auto.
The tip didn't come from
an alert citizen. It. came from a tag reader that reads license plates from passing vehicles, a process similar to the one used to bill motorists on toll roads in Tampa Bay and throughout the
Unlike that system,
though, the sheriff's office THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOS
tag reader sends the license Images from tag-reading camera system are monitored (at plate information through right) at the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office District One.
the National Crime Infor- ABOVE, The cameras show northbound and southbound traffic mation Center and Florida along 15th Street at 122nd Ave.Two cameras facing in opposite
Crime Information Center directions check for stolen tags, cars etc.
databases. If a "hit" arises r
a stolen car, say, or a car "Ifyou can solve a handful ofeases you ordinarily
registered to someone with
an outstanding arrest war- wouldn't solve, why'wouldn't you invest in it?"
rant- the system flags that Major J.R. Burton,
information for deputies. Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office wouldn't you invest in it?" readers, completed in July, employees.
The tag reader is the lat- The cameras -are useful focused on how long the Burton also noted that
est weapon in a growing done nothing wrong, there coated. "I would love to see in -other ways, too, Bur- data collected onlaw-abid- before a deputy investiarsenal of high-tech de- is no reason they should it expanded." ton said. When someone ing motorists is kept and gates a hit from the tag
vices used by law enforce- keep that data." The system's value to law shot bullets into a car on whether law enforcement reader, the information is
ment agencies throughout Hillsborough County's enforcement is its ability 15th Street, not far from agencies have procedures verified by a human being.
the country Police depart- tag. reader consists of two to record huge numbers of where the tag readers are in place to regularly delete Sometimes the tag reader ments and sheriff's ofo- cameras installed on a pole license plates and run that installed, investigators re- the information, can misinterpret letters or fices say the system's abil-' at 15th Street and 122nd information through crime viewed the video, saw the "Our problem is what numbers on a license plate, ityto process thousands Avenue and has been in databases. For instance, car and its license plate, happens to the data of the for instance, misreading a of license plates a day is use for about a year. The the two cameras installed and went to the home of 99.9 percent of cars that "1" for an "I" or an "0" for
an effective, low-cost way tag reader software was in- near USF read 1.3 million the person to whom the aren't involved in crimes," a"Q," he said.
of solving car thefts and cluded when the sheriff's tags over a 90-day period, vehicle was registered. Johnson said. "In most cas- Burton 'doesn't worry catching criminals, office received a $1.3 mil- a rate almost incalcula- Although the case re- es, there is no policy of get- about the occasional comThe notion, though, that lion federal grant in 2010 bly higher than deputies mains under investigation, ting rid of the data. Unless ments about Big Brother
the government is captur- for equipment and instal- would have been able to do deputies have been able to they are proactively taking that tag reader systems ing information about the lation of the Eye on Crime on their own. advance the case with help steps to get rid of the data, get. Surveillance cameras
whereabouts of thousands surveillance system in the The tag reader system from the tag reader cam- it just lasts forever." have become ubiquitous of law-abiding motorists neighborhoods around recorded 1,159 hits, includ-' eras, Burton said. Burton said the sheriff's in public areas like stores, every day has raised priva- USE ing stolen' plates, stolen "In my book, it paid for it- office is aware of privacy businesses and elsewhere,
cy concerns. The growing The $25,000 device is the vehicles, vehicles used in self that day," Burton said. concerns and that the he said. The grant that paid popularity of tag readers only one in Hillsborough commission of a crime, "That was a lead we would county's system has safe- for the tag reader software prompted' the American County; its results will de- wanted persons and miss- have never of had." guards built into, it. was also used to install 29 Civil Liberties Union to termine whether the pilot ing persons. Using infqr- The ACLU's biggest con- The sheriff's office de- cameras to look for cnrmiconduct a national study program is broadened. mation from the tag read- cern about tag readers is letes the data after 90 days nal activity in the neighon the issue this summer. So far, it's been a hit with ers, the sheriff's office has what happens to the data, except for tag information borhoods west of USE
"The real problem is what authorities. been able to recover eight Johnson said. needed on existing cases, "If you're not doing anyhappens with that data "The system has ,been stolen vehicles in the last "Any law enforcement Burton said. thing illegal, do you have
that they collected about extremely successful," said 90-day cycle, Burton said. technology, especially sur- "It's gone and there's no anything to worry about if you," said Florida ACLU Major J.R. Burton, who "We love it," he said. veillance technology, is a way to retrieve it," said Bur- your tag is being captured spokesman Baylor John- oversees the sheriff's office "Ifyou can solve a hand- two-edge sword," Johnson ton, who also said access to at 15th (Street) and 122nd son. "Who then has access District I operations where ful of cases you ordinar- said. the information is restrict- (Avenue)?" Burton asked.
to that data? If you have the tag reader system is lo- ily wouldn't solve, why The group's study of tag ed to certain categories of "I see that as a non-issue."
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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com NATION & STATE SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2013 9AFSign language interpreter s moves a hit in concert
The Associated Press Twitter this year when she saw a
video of Maniatty performing at
PORTLAND, Maine Holly the Wu-Tang show: "Wu tang inManiatty creates music for terpreter is rapping.in signBIG
the deaf. time!!"
Teaming American Sign Lan- The 33-year-old Maniatty, who
guage with dance -moves and lives outside Portland, learned
body language, she brings musi- sign language while studying
cal performances alive for those it at the Rochester Institute of
who can't hear. Her clients are a Technology in New York. She
who's who of rock, pop and hip- decided to make a living of itdehop: Bruce Springsteen, Emi- spite counselors' advice against
nem, Mumford and Sons, Jay-Z, it.
Billy Joel, Marilyn Manson, U2; She works for a company that
Beastie Boys and Wu-Tang Clan, connects deaf people with other
to name a few. people over videophones that
Along the way, videos of her are connected online to computfast-motion, helter-skelter sign- ers or TVs. But from mid-April to
ing have become popular on- mid-September, she travels for
line. There's the video of Spring- paid gigs interpreting all types
steen jumping down from the of music hip-hop, rock, jazz,
stage at the New Orleans Jazz country, gospel, rap.
Pest and. joining Maniatty and It's hard work. To prepare for
another interpreter. There, he concerts and festivals,. Maniatty
dances and signs to "Dancing in studies the musicians for whom
the Dark." she'll be signing. She learns their
"Deaf people were comment- lyrics, their dialect, their eve ry
ing, 'Oh, the Boss knows he has AS E move.
deaffan. Tat' awsom,"'THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jay-Z; for instance, is open and
deaf fans. That's awesome'" Holly Maniatty (right), an American Sign Language interpreter, signs during a performance by a contestant in the yor instae, i e and sitthei. "Weprhenyartists cot the Royal Majesty Drag Show and Competition in Portland, Maine. Maniatty has worked with several big names boisterous on stage, while Emiwith their interpreters, they also performers such as Wu Tang Clan, Jay-Z, and Phish. nem slouches and drops 6ne of
connectwith their deaf fans." his shoulders.
In another video, rap artist Kill- ing her to sign a profane phrase, signing, cam~e down from the England's largest drag queen "As much as you're able to er Mike approaches Maniatty in which'she, does wholeheart- stage and joined her. show as performers sashayed study those movements and
front of the.stage after noticing edly as the crowd hoots and "He said, 'That's dope,' and down the runway and lip- incorporate them into your inher animated signing. hollers. gave me a hug and a fist pump," synched to booming music. terpretation," she said, "you re"I've never seen that before," At a Wu-Tang performance, she said. Oscar-winning actress Mar- ally breathe that artist in, and it's
he says to her before challeng- Method Man took notice of her This month, she signed at New lee Matlin, Who's deaf, took to more authentic for people."
LDog found under
push suits rubble nine days
fo tg after Ill, tornado
rights The Associated Press Facebook message to tell
The Associated Press him Dexter had been
WASHINGTON, Ill. A found partially buried in
WASHINGTON The six-month-old pit bull debris where the apartObama administration that was buried under a ment building used to
is aggressively pursuing pile of rubble for more stand.
lawsuits over minority than a week after a torna- "He said, 'I've got your
voting rights in Texas and do ripped through a cen- dog right here,"' MontNorth Carolina, but the tral Illinois city has been gomeryrecalledin a stateJustice Department has coaxed to freedom with ment released by the Minot moved on evidence hot dogs and reunited nois'National Guard. "As
that the latest round of re- with his owner. soon as Dexter saw me,
districting in Los Angeles Jacob Montgomery, a his tail started going."
County unfairly reduces member of the Illinois The pooch was in relathe influence of Latino THEASSOCIATED PRESS National Guard, was lively good shape.
voters. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama visit with individuals who are taking separated from the dog, "The vet said he has no
Nearly half the 10 mil- part in Fast for Families on the National Mall in Washington on Friday. Dexter, when the Nov. real injuries just a few lion people in the nation's 17 tornado destroyed his scrapes and cuts," said
largest county are Latino. is dominated by Demo- the passage of the laws Counties, though, retain third-floor apartment in Montgomery, who got But political boundaries crats. "Most of the folk in now being challenged in the authority to devise Washington. Montgom- Dexter as a puppy to keep redrawn in 2011 make it LosAngeles have been sup- North Carolina and Texas. their own districts. No- ery combed through the him company when he possible for Latino voters porters of the president, so The Justice Department where is there more power wreckage multiple times moved from Champaign. to elect just one of the five why make them unhappy acknowledges it is look- and money at stake than in but turned up no sign of "He was malnourished, supervisors, despite the fact that, from ing at the situation in Los Los Angeles, where each of Dexter. but he's going to be fine."
The administration has my point of view, there is Angeles, but otherwise de-. five supervisors represents Nine days after the The Washington torresisted calls to 'sue the great injustice going on," dined comment. nearly 2 million people storm, a neighbor who nado was part of a band
county, despite the coun- he said. "We have received signif- and the county's annual was looking for his cat, of heavy storms that
ty's history of discrimina- In the wake of a stinging icant amounts of informa- budget tops $26 billion, also missing, with the brought rain, high winds Lion against Latino vot- U.S. .Supreme Court de- tion from the county and Following the 2010 cen- help of a group called and a rash of twisters to ers in earlier redistricting feat in June that rendered others about the issue and sus, the board adopted Rescuing Animals. in Illinois, and left seven efforts. useless an important en- the matter is still under re- districts in 2011 that made Need sent Montgomery a people dead in its wake.
The inaction rankles forcement provision of the view," said Justice Depart- relatively few changes some Latino activists Voting Rights Act, the ad- ment spokeswoman Dena even though two superviwho count themselves as ministration has focused Iverson. sors cautioned that their w r
strong backers of Presi- its voting rights resources Matt Barreto, a politi- colleagues were expos- Hearing the words dent Barack Obama. on Southern states that are cal science professor and ing themselves to a voting "skin cancer" can be scary.
"I support the Obama controlled by Republicans, voting rights expert at the rightsilawsuit.
administration and the The Justice Department University of Washington, Gloria Molina, the only president, but frankly; has initiated orjoined suits said the evidence against Latina ever elected to the Knowing your cancer is Obama and the top pep- targeting voter identifica- the county is overwhelm- board, and Mark Ridley- 9 n htsp aeo id
ple around him seem to tion laws and redistricting ing and includes a history Thomas, the board's lone g n htspaeo id
be unaware on this issue. plans in North Carolina of racially polarized voting African-American memObama is somewhat blind and in Texas, where Re- that has hurt Latinos. ber, supported maps that This isanie of those times when having today's best ~
to the issues of Latinos," publican Attorney General, "My perspective is that would have created a sec- options on your side means the most, said Cruz Reynoso, a for- Greg Abbott began mov- this is one of the easiest and district with a majormer California Supreme ing to put the state's tough cases to be made nation- ity of Latino residents. But ,At Gulf Coast Dermatology, we know that prviin Court justice and member voterlID law into effect just ally," said Barreto, who the two rrembers could ,Mohs m-icrographic surgery, today's most avne of the U.S. Commission hours after the high court's has worked for the group not persuade their three and proven procedure for treating skin cancer, on Civil Rights. Reynoso decision, of Latinos that includes white colleagues to join and offering our patients access to
said the administration The suits were filed un- Reynoso. Barreto also them. painless SRT-100 'radiotherapy, are
seems more attuned to der other provisions of the served as a consultant to ."Today this board had an making a big difference in the voting rights complaints voting rights law that were the California Citizens Re- opportunity tp make his- lives of our, patients,: of African-Americans. not part of the Supreme districting Commission, a tory, not repeat it, but all He said the administra- Court case. .voter-approved indepen- signs indicated" that they, With cure rates as high
tion also appears reluc- The situation in Los An- dent board that draws the would repeat history, and as 99%, we're not:,:. .. tanttopursue complaint geles County predates the state's congressional and unfortunately, they* did," onl gpi iving them:i: :i against a jurisdiction that high court decision and legislative districts. Molina said in 2011. peace o~minid- .-..----...-.- ....'" -. .."we're helping them,
State B ifBEFORE r get back to enjoying :
Busch Gardens cheetahs race Devin Hester, a wide receiver and kick THE thiElvs
two football players returkner for the Chicago Bears.
Tenetwork and park created a 220- BOTTOM
TAMPA National Geographic has foot-long course with a 10-foot-tall wall (A d4,pitted two of the fastest football players separating man fro m beast. DRO PS-D ER M~ ATO L O GY
against cheetahs from Busch Gardens in The players and cheetahs couldn't TD Skin Exprt
Tampa to see who could cross the finish see each other during the race but ran OUT.," line first. simultaneously, one man and one cat
The documentary "Man v. Cheetah," per heat. SELL YOUR
premiered Friday as a kickoff for the The filming was unscripted and done network's "Big Cat Week." in a single take to avoid stress on the GOLD- .
"We wanted to do something really dif- cheetahs -and humans.
ferent that would push our understand- "We didn't do it again and again and AT p
ing of the animals and be something again,". Apostol said. "We didn't want to
'that was relatable," said Jenny Apostol, exploit the animals. We didn't want to JnWrM or-etfe emtlgs
no idea what was going to happen." The race was part of the cheetahs' rou- / Karrie Burkhardt, PA-C I Certified Physician Assistant
The Tampa Bay Times reports the one- tine conditioning. Trainers exercise the ~ iBarry Newton, PA-C I Certified Physician Assistant hour documentary was taped at Busch park's five cheetahs 'once or twice a day Harmony Church, PA-C I Certified Physician Assistant
Gardens' Cheetah Run exhibit in early to keep them healthy and in good Paid on Site
May. Two cheetahs, Jenna and Nave, shape. -4432 Lafayette Street MARIANNA BONIFAY PANAMA CITY
compete against Chris Johnson, a run- '.526-5488 glcatemcm
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110A SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2013 STATE JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN + www.jcfloridan.com
Corporal punishment still used in Florida schools
The Associated Press cent Florida Department bruised her son's pride, not Roberts, denies the school cal and emotional damage behavior and unflattering of Education figures. Most his backside. practices corporal punish- to kids. During that same test scores and graduaJACKSONVILLE Pad- of those paddlings were at This time it was different. ment and says Jones' story time period, the num- tion rates, in part because dling in schools has been schools in north Florida. Without Jones' knowl- is only "half true." She ber and breadth of civil teachers fail to manage declining f6r years across No one knows how many edge, a male staffer hit her' wouldn't say more. lawsuits. against schools classrooms and students the country and across more kids got swats in pri- son twice with a w6oden Schools and educators mushroomed. lack discipline.
Florida. But in north Flori- vate schools. They don't paddle. The boy cried have found many non- Now31statesbanallcor- "My personal -opinion: da it maintains a fast foot- have to report it. later, complaining he was physical ways to discipline poral punishment in pub- if we would go back to hold in 20 public school But sometimes corporal too sore to sit. Two days kids. Corporal punish- lic schools. Two states, New (spanking), a lot of the districts and in uncounted punishment seems to go later, because he was still ment is no longer the norm Jersey and Iowa, also ban it behavior in school would private schools. too far, even to parentswho in pain, Jones took him to in most of the, nation's inprivate schools. probably not be inthe exIn 1988, one of the last believe that sparing the rod Memorial Hospital, where schools. That leaves Florida, treme state it's in," saidRev.
years all Florida school spoils the child. an emergency-room doc- "It's considered a de- Georgia and 17 other states Deryle Adkison, school addistricts allowed in-school Orri Jones is one of those tor noted a 6-inch-long, plorable practice," said that allow corporal punish- ministrator at Old Plank spanking, 84,495 kids parents. She thought she 3-inch-wide bruise on his Linda Johnson, head of ment in schools. Florida ChristianAcademy in Jackwere physically punished was doing the right thing butt shaped like a paddle. the Hendricks Day School, considers it a local school sonville, where he is the in public schools. Twenty when in October she gave Jones. called police., a private school that does board matter, though dis- designated discipliner. years later, in 2008, only permission for the prin- Jacksonville Officer Lee' not condone physical triots have to report to the "You've got to have con4,869 students were struck cipal at Joshua Christian A. Hendricks wrote in his punishment., state instances of corpo- trol in your classroom or in 30 of Floridas 67 school Academy to paddle her report, "The injury ap- Over the last three de- ral punishment and other the learning environment districts. fourth-gradesonforyelling peared to be excessive for. cades, dozens of child forms of discipline. will not be conducive to
That number has fallen at ateacher. Lastyear when 'punishment.'. "psychology and medical Proponents of paddling education. You see that in
even more, to 2,996 kids the principal paddled him, No charges were filed, groups warned that spank- say large school districts the public school system in 2012, according to re- Jones said, the mild swats The school'sprincipal, Alice ing caused hidden physi- often struggle with student all the time.
h State Briefs hmidnOn Wednesday, December 25, 2013, the Floridan will
Grinch steals and vehicular homicide in publish its annual In Loving Memory'page.
Christmas trees the Oct. 24 crash that killed I
67-year-oldRayAllen If you would liketo pay tribute to aloved one who
PE14SACOLA-- Deputie6s Kraus and his 64-year-old
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Grinch stole more than The Ocala Star-Banner with a photo and payment of $18.00 to:
50 Fraser fir trees from a reports the FHP estimates Pensacola lot. Godwin was travelling 78 In Lovinlg Memory
.The Pensacola News mph when he ran the red c/o Jackson County Floridan
Journal reports Suzanne light. Tests revealed his Eaton received a shipment blood-alcohol level was P..O..)BOX 094 A
of 300 trees on Monday at .19, well above the state's .= ...'
her tree lot in front of Tate legal limit of .08. I Marinna, 3247
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rived at the lot onWednes- was flown to a Gainesville drop a.
day, she noticed the Fraser hospital where he was 4403 CmS!ituon Lane, Marianna
firs that she sells for up to initially listed in criticalbetween the hours of 8:00AM and 5:00M. $120 each Were gone. condition. he later was
Eaton estimates the booked into jail. Deadline is Monday, December 16, 2013,
missing trees are worth
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boa lit capsizes, r "Sn
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people are safe after their Year Born:
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sped through a red light News-Journal reports the 4o P Message2woorless)
and crashed into vehicle, three people were able to
killing an Ocala couple. stay afloat on part of the I
The Florida Highway boat as they waited for res-
Patrol arrested 30-year- cue workers. The incident I 1 .
old Allen Cole Godwin on happened on Thanks- 1 2005__ou___Thanksgiving Day. He's giving evening on Lake, 8 i We miss you!
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email@example.com The Associated Press Ferreiro was driving
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Grady Curtis Paulk, age says it will meet its self- killed three passengers crashed the nearly 1257, of Geneva, Alabama, imposed deadline of fix- said he is innocent of foot-tall bus into an airpassed away peacefully in ing the troubled health the charges filed ,against port arrival entrance with
his sleep during the early care website so that him. a clearance of about 10
morning hours of Novem- 50,000 people can log in Ramon Ferreiro told feet. One passenger in the
ber 29th. at the same time starting The Miami Herald on Fri- upper section was killed
Born on December 3, late Saturday. Yet ques- day, "You never think an and two others died later
1955, he attended Camp- tions remain about the accident is'going to hap- from injuries sustained in
third grade rand attended stability of the site, the pen, but it did." the.crash.
Malone School and Cot volume of traffic it can The 48-year-old driver A reconstruction of the
toniwood High School be- handle and the quality of THE ASSOCATEDPRESs hasbeen charged with crashandpassengerstatefore graduating from the data it is delivering to The government's health Insurance website has had three counts of felony ments indicate Ferreiro
Graceville High School in insurers, periods of down times as as the government tries to fix the vehicular homicide as drove past eight different
1973. He used his unique Round-the-clock repair problems. well as reckless driving signs warning of a low
talent as a floral designer to work since HealthCare. He was released on bond clearance before crashing
create beautiful arrange- gov went live on Oct. 1 ond term that has been upgrades and software Thanksgiving Day. into the overpass.
ments throughout the area has produced fewer er- weighed down by. health fixes were planned from Dothan to Panamafrom Dothan to Panama rors, and pages are load- care law's rough start and for overnight Saturday
Cand Graceville. Honored tona ing faster. other issues. to further improve speed .athe parking area outside
serve as the 1994-1995 But the site still won't Administration offi- and reduce errors. ags the residence, and was
Southeast Director of the be able to do everything cials said HealthCare.gov "With upgrades last . later found abandoned
Alabama State Florists As- the administration want- was "performing well" night and those planned From Page lA near Graceville.
sociation, his other inter- ed, and companion sites Saturday, the deadline for tonight, the team is Gilley was identified as
ests included vintage cars, for small businesses and set to have it working continuing its ongoing A Graceville police of- a suspect and located at classic movies, and cook- Spanish speakers have smoothly for the "vast work to make Health- ficer was flagged down a relative's home a few
ing. During the last few been delayed. majority of users," after Care.gov work smoothly by someone as he was hours later, around 3:30
years, his faithful German Still, the White House overnight hardware up- for the vast majority of patrolling in the area a.m. Friday, where he was shepherd, Gretchen, help- hopes a website that is grades to boost server users," Julie Bataille, nearby just before 11 p.m. arrested without incident. ed him with recurring at least operating more capacity. The deadline communications direc- Thursday, the individual He was taken to the Jackhealth problems.
Grady is survived by his smoothly after weeks of fell during a long holiday tor for the Centers for telling the officer of the son County jail where he parents, Curtis and Ethel bad publicity about its weekend when traffic Medicare and Medicaid. possible shootings. The awaited his first court ap(Fears) Paulk; two brothers, troubles will mark a fresh to the site likely would Services, said Saturday in bodies were found when pearance on the charges. Frank and Jeff (Mary Ann); start for Obama and have been slower anyway a blbgpost. CMSoversees the officer responded to The names of thevietwo sisters, Marilyn (Glen) the signature domestic and at a level unlikely to the health care website the location. A vehicle tims were not immediateDavis and Geraldine (Da- initiative of his presiden- expose new technical and is a division of the belonging to one of the ly released pending notivid) DeFelix; a sister-in- cy, as well as give him a issues. Department of Health victims was missing from fication of next of kin.
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From Page lA IBM Benchmark, which
tracks e-commerce for 800
season into a two-day retailers, said online sales
affair. on Thanksgiving were up
Black Friday, the official 19.7 percent from lastyear.
start of the shopping sea- Online sales on Black Frison between Thanksgiving day rose 9 percent, based
and Christmas, originally on preliminary data.
Was named that because it There are signs that
was when retailers turned stores fared well, too.
a profit, or moved out of Wal-Mart, the world's
the red and into the black. largest retailer, started its
Retailers opened early and holiday sales events at 6
offered deep discounts; p.m. on Thanksgiving, two
But in the past few years, hours earlier thanlast year.
store chains have been Wal-Mart said customers
opening on Thanksgiving, bought at least 2.8 million
This year, several wel- towels, 2 million. TVs, 1.4
comed shoppers for the million tablets, 300,000
first time on Thanksgiv- bicycles and 1.9 million
ing night, while Gap Inc., dolls.
which owns Banana Re- Terry Lundgren, Macy's
public, Gap and Old Navy, CEO, said the 15,000 peoopened half its stores ear- pie who showed up for the
lier on the holiday. opening of the flagship
Wal-Mart stores, most of storestoe was the most ever, which stay open 24 hours, up from 11,000 last year.
has for the past several "Clearly people are in the
years offered doorbusters ; shopping mood," he said.
that had been reserved for Of course, not every yeBlack Friday. And Kmart taller saw robust crowds.
planned to stay open 41. At Woodland Hills mall
hour statingat 6a~m.on EBORAHBUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN ill Tulsa, Okla., the owner
at 6 a.m. on Marlanna Walmart manager Mickey Gilmore takes down some of the caution tape he used to manage the crowds Thursday night ha 'a the one
Thiat has led some to and Friday morning as the store's Black Friday and Thanksgiving night sales got under way: With some early Friday deals still of Band a n e comdrawing a crowd to the electronics division near this area of the store, Gilmore was a tired but happy merchant. According to question how much fur- information he had received early Friday, his Marianna store had out-performed all other Walmart centers in his market group, stay open from 8 p.m. on ther Black Friday will creep which includes Tallahassee. Thanksgiving to 10 p.m.
into Thanksgiving, which on Friday. Stthail Zaidi,
along with Christmas is planned protests on Clifton Park, N.Y., for $288. "I said, 'Tm not going year to $810 million, as who was required by the
one of only two days a Thanksgiving and Black BUt "I don't really dig the to do it. Those people are more stores opened on mall to keep his booth year that most stores are Friday to decry the way Thanksgiving night thing," crazy,"' Gopalakrishnan the holiday, according to open, said Thanksgiving closed. 'some store employees she confessed. "I feel bad said before heading to a research firm Shopper- was somewhat busy, but
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Gray Friday," said Craig day meals at home. But Vinnie Gopalakrishnan It's unclear whether the percent to $11.2 billion on 3 a.m. On Friday morning,
Johnson, president of Cus- as of Thursday afternoon, pledged not to hit the early openings will lead Black Friday, though it still he said he had seen only tomer Growth Partners, a there were no "reports of stores after seeing TV foot- 'shoppers to spend more was the biggest shopping about 20 customers. retail consultancy. widespread protests. age of people shopping on over the two days or sim- day last year "We ruined the holiday,"
Theearlieropeningshave Judy Espey ducked out of Thanksgiving. But he flip- ply spread sales out. Store sales numbers Zaidi said. "Black Friday is met with some resistance, a Thanksgiving family din- flopped after his cousin Last year, sales on won't be available until a good shopping day, but Workers' rights groups ner to buy a 50-inch flat- told him about a deal on a Thanksgiving rose 55 per- Saturday. The National opening up on Thanksgivand some shoppers had screen TV atWal-Mart near big-screen TV cent from the previous Retail Federation. said 140 ing is ridiculous."
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BY DUSTIN KENT
The No. 4 Chipola Lady Indians made it nine wins in
a row to start the season Friday in Niceville, using an explosive first-half performance to cruise to a 76-60 win over the Santa Fe Saints.
Sueterrica Key had 18 points to lead a balanced Lady
,Indians effort, with Evelyn Akhator adding 13 points, Rahni Bell 10, and KhadiSjah Ellison and Tiffany Lewis nine each.
I.Akhator also contributed 15 rebounds,
four steals, and two blocked shots for
Chipola, with Brianna Wright posting
seven points, eight rebounds, three steals, and two blocks.
The Lady Indians jumped on the Saints early and
took a 49-27. lead into the halftime break, but it was the effort in the final 20 minutes that drew the ire of Chipola coach Greg Franklin.
See CHIPOLA, Page 4B
PHOTO BY HALEY BOGGS/FOR THE FLORIDAN
Blountstown defenders Tanner Peacock (4) and Dylan Lee (9) wrap up a Cottondale runner during Friday's 1A state semifinal game in Cottondale.
Tigers shut down CHS, head to state title game
BY DUSTIN KENT get us a lead and we were able to hit Shontavious Peterson for a email@example.com get into a flow and play real well," yard touchdown pass to make it a Blountstown coach Greg Jordan four-touchdown lead with 5:30 to COTTONDALE The Blount- said after the game. halftime.
stown put an emphatic end to the The Tiger defense, which is now The Blountstown defense got Cottondale Hornets' unexpected allowing just 4.7 points per game into the act late in the second perun through the lA playoffs Friday for the season, forced six Cotton- riod when Corin Peterson internight, winning in dominant fash- dale turnovers and limited the cepted a Justin KlItz pass deep in ion 42-0 to advance to the state 'Hornet offense to just 102 total Hornets territory and returned it championship game. yards. 12 yards for a touchdown to make
Alex Mayorga rushed for 115 It took very little time for the Ti- it a 35-0 halftime lead. yards and a touchdown, Hunter gers to take control, scoring on a Cottondale's first series of the Jordan accounted for three TDs, three-play drive to start the game, second 'half ended with another and .the Blountstown defense with a 37-yard run by Corin Peter- pick-six for the Tigers, with Shonscored two times and recorded son setting up a 2-yard TD run by tavious Peterson coming up with its eighth shutout of the season to Jordan just 32 seconds in. the big play for the BHS ,defense improve to 13-0. After a three-and-out followed and going 78 yards for the final
It Was another in a long line by-a 5-yard punt by Cottondale on sore of the night. of impressive performances by its first series, Blountstown scored The Hornets had trouble get- PHOTO BY BRYAN CRAVENIFOR THE FLORIDAN
the state's top-ranked team that again five plays later on a 9-yard ting anything going through the hipola's Ty Baker goes in for a dunk
leaves the Tigers just one victory run by Mayorga to make it 14-0. air or on the ground all night, with durin a game this season. The No.7 away from a state title. A 10-yard TD run by Jordan gave Klotz getting picked off five times
"Our defense played well and theTigers a 21-0 lead at the end of Indians suffered their first loss ofthe
our offense did enough early to the first quarter, and Jordan later See CHS, Page 4B season Friday in Niceville, falling to No. 2
Auburn upsets Alabama FSU stillunbeaten, beats Gators
The Associated Press
with amazing finish .aI.. NESVIL Jameis Winston
threw three toUchdown passes to Kelvin Benjamin, and No 2 Florida State
The Associated Press moved a step closer to playing for the
national championship with a 37-7 vicAUBURN, Ala. Chris Davis returned tory against rival Florida on Saturday.
a missed field-goal attempt more than The Seminoles improved to 12-0 for
100 yards for a touchdown on the final the first time since 1999 and likely will
play to lift No. 4 Auburn to a 34-28 vic- earn a spot in the Bowl Championship
tory over No. 1 Alabama on Saturday, up- Series title game by beating Duke in the
ending the two-time defending national Atlantic Coast Conference championchampions BCS hopes and preserving ship game next Saturday.
the Tigers' own. Florida, meanwhile, ended its worst
Davis caught the ball about 9 yards deep season since 1979.
in the end zone after freshman Adam The Gators (4-8) lost their final seven
Griffith's 57-yard attempt fell short. He games and missed, a bowl for the first
then sprinted down the left sideline and time since 1990. Florida's bowl streak
cut back with nothing but teammates had been the second-longest in the THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
around him in a second straight hard- country, behind Florida State. Florida State tight end Nick O'Leary (35)
to-fathom finish for the Tigers (11-1, 7-1 THEASSOCIATEOPRESS The Seminoles were four-touchdown runs after catching a pass as Florida
Southeastern Conference). Auburn cornerback Chris Davis (11) returns a favorites in this lopsided matchup defensive back Cody Riggs (31) moves in to
Auburn clinched a spot in the SEC missed field goal attempt 100-plus yards to that lived up to advance billing, make the tackle during the game Saturday in chai!ipionship game with the stunning score the game-winning touchdown against Although the outcome was never in Gainesville, Fla. victory over the powerhouse from across* No.1Alabama in Auburn, Ala., on Saturday. doubt, the Gators made it interesting again -- Florida managed just three first the state. The Crimson Tide (11-1, 7-1) Instead, the Tigers put it away just early with some stout defense. They hit downs in the first half the defense seemed at several times poised to con- when overtime seemed their best hope. Winston several times, even late once, eventually wore down. tinue its run toward the first three-peat and stuffed FSU's running game.
in modern college football. See AUBURN, Page 4B But with its offense floundering once See FSU, Page 4B
COLLEGE FOOTBALL J rD ?
Hurricanes end regular 'C I i, J Ui! J
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Ohio State defeats Michigan Georgia beats
Three players Ga. Tech in OT
ejected after The Associated Press halftime. t
first-half brawl Lee threw two touchATLANTA Todd Gur- down passes to DeAndre
The Associated Press ley ran for 12Zyards and Smelter as Georgia Tech,
three touchdowns, in- which usually emphasizANN ARBOR, Mich. cluding two scores after es the run in its spread- Michigan went for the regulation, and Georgia option offense, instead
victory and Ohio State rallied after trailing by 20 attacked Georgia through
stayed undefeated, points in the first half to the air.,
Tyvis Powell intercepted beat Georgia Tech 41-34 'Mason completed 22
Devin Gardner's pass as in overtime, on Saturday, of 36 passes for 299 yards
the Wolverines went for night., withtwo 'touchdowns
a go-ahead 2-point, con- Gurley's 25-yard touch-' and one interception. .
version with 32 seconds down run in the second Georgia won the toss to
left and No. 3 Ohio State and final overtime gave start overtime and' chose
held on for a 42-41 victory Georgia its first lead. to play defense. Smelter
Saturday in one the most Vad Lee passed for a ran for 12 yards on a rethrilling games in the his- career-high 232 yards verse to help set up Lee's
tory of the storied Big Ten'" for Georgia Tech but scoring run from the 2..
rivalry. his fourth-down pass Georgia answered with
Gardner threw a 2-yard for Darren +Waller was a strong dose of Todd
touchdown pass to Devin THEASSOCIATED PRESS deflected by Georgia's Gurley on its first overFunchess to make it 42-41, Ohio State's Dontre Wilson (1) is stopped by Michigan' Dennis Norfleet (23) on a punt return Ramik Wilson to end the time possession. Gurley but instead -of kicking for during the game in Ann Arbor, Mich., on Saturday. '.game... had gains of 8, 11 and 6
the tie, Wolverines coach couldn't make apivotalplay time in their 110th meet- and had to leave the field Hutson Mason' over- yards on the Bulldogs' Brady Hoke went for the that might've given it the ing in a rivalry that dates after a skirmish. Hall and came a shaky first half in 'quick three-play touchlead with his offense. biggest upset in the series to 1897. Wilson appeared to throw his first start to lead the down drive.
"We played the game to since Bo Schembechler's Gardner was 32 of 45 for punches. Jenkins-Stone comeback for Georgia GeorgiaTechthenelect7
win," Hoke said. first team at Michigan beat 451 yards and four TDs, tugged Wilson's helmet off (8-4), which has won 12 ed to play defense in.the
Gardner tried to zip a whatWoodyHayes said was connecting nine times for and tossed it to the turf. of 13 games in the series second extra period. Gurpass into traffic near the his best Buckeyes squad. 175 yards and a score to While walking off the under coach Mark Richt, ley ran straight through goal line; but Powell came Miller and Hyde had a lot Jeremy Gallon, and ran field and toward the tun- including five straight. the Georgia Tech defense up with it. Buckeyes cor- to do with Ohio State stay- for a 1 -yard TD that gave nel, Hall put both arms Georgia Tech (7-5) blew for a 25-yard touchdown .inerback Roby Bradley re- ing undefeated for at 'least Michigan the first lead, in into the air and flashed a leads of 20-0 in the sec- run. and, the Bulldogs' covered the onside kick to another week. TheBuck- the shootout that went to famiar obscene gesture, ond quarter and 20-7 at first lead at 41-34. .,seal Ohio State's 24th con- eyes play Michigan Statq in halftime tiedat 21.'' extended middle fingers, secutive victory and keep the Big Ten title game nexti; It was:a slug fest liter- to the Michigan crowd.
its national'championship Saturday in Indianapolis, ally for a few moments Punishment could pohopes alive. and need a loss by'No. 1 The teams exchanged teritially linger for Ohio
Braxton Miller account- Alabama or No. 2 Florida pushes and a couple of State if. both players are N
ed for five touchdowns for State to have a chance to punches in the second suspended for next week's Ohio State (12-0, 8-0) and reach the BCS national quarter after a Michigan Big Ten, championship Carlos Hyde ran for a- 1- championship game. kickoff. game.
yard score with 2:20 left to Miller ran for 153 yards The Buckeyes lost start- "The conference office make it42-35.-' and three TDs and threw ing right, guard Marcus will wait until after the
The-Wolverines (7-5, 3-5) for 133 yards. and;.two Hall and kick returner game for the officials'writstarted strong as a 16 1-2- scores, Hyde ran for 226 Dontre Wilson and the ten report, review the vidpoint underdog and didn't yards. to help Ohio State Wolverines lost backup eo and then take further wilt when Ohio State went win for the ninth time in 10 linebacker Royce Jenkins- action if needed," Big Ten up 35-21 late in the third games against Michigan. Stone to ejections. All three spokesman Scott Chipquarter. Both teams scored at players were flagged for man wrote in an email to
Michigan, though, least 41 points for the first unsportsmanlike conduct The Associated Press. "
Duke gets late TNT to hold of UNC
The Associated Press next week.
Duke, which beat UNC Q
CHAPEL HILL Ross on Crowder's last-secMartin kicked a 27-yard ond touchdown catch in
field goal with 2:22 left and Durham last season, has
No. 24 Duke beat North defeated' the Tar Heels in
Carolina 27-25 on Satur- consecutive seasons for
day, completing the Blue the first time since 1988Devils' improbable run to 89. It was Duke's first win
reach the Atlantic Coast in Chapel Hill since 2003.
Conference championship Edwards also had a 99-''
game. yard kickoff. return for a .
Anthony Boone threw for touchdown for the Blue THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
274 yards and two touch- Devils, which came just Giorgia's Todd Gurley (3) celebrates 'his touchdown with
downs to Jamison Crowder r the teammates Toby.Johnson (88) and Rhett McGowan (27)
as the Blue Devils (10-2, 6- Tar Heels had taken a 15-,! during the game against Georgia Tech on Saturday in
2 ACC) clinched the Coast-' 10 lead on Williams' I yard Atlanta.
al Division championship bootleg run for a score. '_with their eighth straight The Tar Heels dug their
victory. DeVon Edwards' way out ofa1-5 start to St t
interception with 13 sec- become bowl eligible, but M Staw
onds left clinched the they'll certainly be left
long-surngprogram's Twth memore ofo aew
firs 10winseaon.Duke's Jamison Crowder (3) celebrates his touchdown against plays that let this game I4I JI L 1iIL U (
Duket 10will faeo.2or North Carolina with teamamtes Jela Duncan (25) and Matt slip away. Among the big- l ,l l!; Tl ~ K; O14
ida state next weekend in Skura (62) during the game in Chapel Hill on Saturday. Duke gest: Starting center Rus- The Associated Press the Golden Gophers out Charlotte, where the heavy won 27-25. sell Bodine picked up an of the end zone, repeating
underdog Blue Devils will final drive, breaking free needed Boone's ffial kneel unsportsmanlike conduct EAST LANSING, Mich.. aformulathathasbrought go for their first ACC crown from a collapsing pocket down to close it out. penalty for shoving a Duke Jeremy Langford ran Michigan State within a since 1989. for a 10-yard run: on fourth. It was the latest' big .mo- player after a play when for 134 yards and a touch- win of the Rose Bowl.
S!:Duke led 24-15 in the down to give UNC a shot.' ment for Duk~e under sixth- the Tar Heels had reached down, and No. 11 Michi- The Spartans went unthaird quarter :but. needed 'But Duke didn't let the Tar year coach Daid Cutcliffe, the 9-yard line, pushing gan State wrapped up an defeated at home for the to rally to beat the rival Tar Heels get within Thomas who guided the Blue Dev- them back 15 yards and unbeaten regular season third time in four years.
Heels (6-6, 4-4). Moore's field goal range, ils to their first bowl game ultimately forcing them to in Big Ten play with a 14- They took' the lead right
Marquise Williams ran pressuring Williams. as he in 18. years 'last season. ,settle for Moore's 37-yard 3 victory over Minnesota 'away Saturday on Langfor .two scores, and threw threw a ball that sailed into 'The Blue Devils are bowl field goal with 7:03 left. on Saturday. ford's 15-yard touchdown for another forUNC, which EdwardS' waiting arms; eligible in consecutive That put UNC up :only The Spartans (11-1, 8- run in the. first quarter, had won five straight. The Blue Devils' TSide- seasons for the first time 25-24, and 'Martin's field 0) finished a perfect Big which capped a sevenWilliams marched the Tar line immediately started ever, though 1 ey certainly goal gave the Blue Devils Ten regular season for play, 80-yard drive.
Heels to' midfield on their :celebrating, though iDuke have a lot more' to play for the lead for good. only the third time. They Minnesota's Philip Nel_______.....____________....._______________________"_______ also did it in 1965 and son attempted only sev...... ... ..... ... '1966, when they onlyhad en passes in the first half,
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Michigan State will face State's Trae Waynes, but
SThe Associated Press threw for three touch Big Ten play'That's quite to blame. Ohio State in the Big Ten the Spartans struggled to
/ downs for Wisconsin (9-3, an accomplishment for a A high pass from Stave championship game next extend the lead.
MADISON, Wis. Chris- 6-2), though Penn State program that's typically off the fingertips of Jared weekend.. The Spartans Chris Hawthorne's 21'tan Hackenberg threw capitalized on second- dressed about 60 recruited Abbrederis was picked off had already wrapped yard field goal made it for 339 yards and four half interceptions,' turn- scholarship players as a by Trevor Williams, who up the Legends Division 7-3, and the Spartans touchdowns, and Penn ing. one into Levels' long .result of NCAA' sanctions, 'returned it 33 yards to the title, but there was no let- missed a chance to score State pounced on a slew TD. resulting from the Jerry Penn State 38. Three plays down against Minnesota at the end of the half
of blunders before hold- The Badgers scored 10 Sandusky child sex abuse later, Hackenberg let go (8-4, 4-4). when Connor Cook was
ing off a late rally to upset points in a span of 1:25 of scandal. a deep pass after absorb- The Spartans' top- intercepted at the MinneNo. 14 Wisconsin 31-24 on the fourth quarter, capped Penn State can't go to a ing a hit from Brendan ranked defense forced sota 24 by Derrick Wells Saturday. by a 48-yard field goal by bowl game because of the Kelly that landed in the three turnovers and kept in the final seconds.
Hackenberg, a fresh- Jack 'Russell with 4:13 left sanctions. But coach Bill arms of a streaking Lewis *,
man, showed the poise to get within a score. Sam O'Brien's team will never- over double coverage for a ': >:"\ and touch of a veteran in Ficken's 31-yard field goal theless ride into the off- touchdown and 31-14 lead $'i' N '
dissecting a tough defense. went wide right with 31 .season on a high note for a in the fourth. i. < .
Eugene Lewis caught two seconds left, to give the second straight season af- In the third, quarter, E,~~' touchdowns, including" a Badgers one more Chance. ter a Win over the Badgers. Stave lost the ball after get- \ 59-yarder for a 17-point But a Hail Mary attempt PennState beat Wisconsin ting rushed on the edge lead with 13 minutes to by Stave was intercepted 24-21 in an overtime thrill- by Brandon Bell. The ball go. by Ryan Keiser. in the end er to end the 2012 season. was snatched out of the air
The Nittany Lions (7-5, 4- .zone with 1 second left. This year's game was .by defensive lineman C.J. 4 Big Ten) secured a state- The Nittany Lions nearly as close, in Camp Olaniyan, who had a 33menit win against a team clinched a winning season Randall Stadium, no less, yard return to the Wisconithat 'had been dominant on the road, where, they. on Senior Day.:.. sin 19 to set up a 28-yard U
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JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com SPORTS SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2013 3BCollege Ibotball
Jennings rescues LSU Miami beats It
in win over Arkansas tO close season
The Associated Press
BATON ROUGE,, La. eThe Associated Press passes for 296 yards and three scores
Backup quarterback for Miami, which has won eight straight
Anthony Jennings closed PITTSBURGH Stacy Coley hauled, against the Panthers and 16 of the last
out LSU'S regular. season in a pair of touchdown passes and 17 meetings. Most of those wins came
by giving Tigers fans a zig-zagged 73 yards on an end around when the teams were still rivals in the
big dose of hope for the for another. score as Miami kept its Big East.
future. slim hopes for a spot in the ACC title Switching conferences, however, has
The freshman replaced game alive with a 41-31 victory over donq little to change the result.
an injured Zach Metten- Pittsburgh on Friday. The Panthers have shown signs of
berger in the fourth quar- Allen Hums caught nine passes for 173 progress under second-year coach Paul
ter and lofted a 49-yard yards for the Hurricanes (9-3, 5-,3 AC), Chryst, but the Hurricanes showed
touchdown pass to Travin who raced to a quick 14-point lead and the gap between the Panthers and
Dural with 1:15 left as No. had no real trouble with the Panthers the ACC elite will take some time to
15LSU pulled out a tense (6-6, 3-5). close.
31-27 victory over up- Isaac Bennett ran for a 141 yards and Coley provided the glaring evidence.
set-minded Arkansas on a score for Pitt but the Panthers were He scored twice in the game's first 3:30
Friday,' never really in it. on passes from Morris after Pitt misJennings entered the Miami assured itself of its first nine- cues but gave the Hurricanes control for
game after Mettenberger win season sinqe 2009 with the vic- good with his remarkable 73-yard jouhurthis leftlegin the fourth tory. The Hurricanes need losses by ney through the Panther defense late in
quarter, and the game Duke and Virginia Tech -on Saturday the first half.
came down to whether TEASS0CATDPRESS to earn a rematch with No. 2 Florida The Panthers had closed to 24-10on a
Jennings could drive the LSU running backTerrence Magee (14) runs in front of Arkansas State in the title game in.Charlotte next 36-yard field goal by Chris Blewitt when Tigers 99 yards in the final cornerback Jared Collins (29) for a touchdown during the Saturday. Coley ran in motion and took a handoff
3 minutes game in Baton Rouge,.La., on Friday. Stephen Morris completed 17 of 28 from Morris.
He responded with a pair of clutch first-down passes winless record in, the SEC in the third quarter.. HIll and a 21-yard scramble to since joining the confer- finished with 145 yards on set up his winning scor- ence in 1992. 20 carries.
ing strike that kept LSU LSUs defense sealed Junior receiver Jarvis
*(9-3, 5-3 Southeastern up the victory when cor- Landry caught eight passes Conference) alive for nerback Dwayne Thomas for 113 yards in what may fourth-straight 10-win sacked and stripped Allen have been his final game campaign. and defensive end Jermau- in Tiger Stadium, includBrandon Allen complet- riA Rasco recovered in the ing an awkward, leaping ed two touchdown passes final minute, allowing Jen- circus catch from behind to tight end Hunter Henry, nings to take a curtain call a defender to set up a field the second givingArkansas in kneel on the ball to run goal that cutArkansas' lead (3-9, 0-8) a 27-21 lead that out the clock, to 27-24 with about 5 minstood. most of the fourth The Tigers first three utes to go. The catch came quarter. But Jennings' he- scores all came on long on the 32-yard pass that roics extended the Razor- ris. Terrence Magee had Mettenberger delivered backs' school-record los- TDs of 29 and 23 yards in just as hit low and twisted ing streak to ,nine games the first and Jeremy Hill underneath a defender and ensured Arkansas' first broke loose for a 52-yarder and blocker.
No. 17 UCF survives
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Miami wide receiver Stacy Coley (3) runs away from Pittsburgh linebacker Todd Thomas (8)
scare from rival USF_______to score a touchdown during the game in Pittsburgh on Friday.
The Associated PressFAU gets
tries have defined Central bt o F
Florida's season. The Associated Press FLU's only win this season came against
The 17th-ranked Knights Southern Miss.
got another one Friday BOCA RATON Jaquez Johnson Florida Atlantic coach Brian Wright
night, and it was probably threw three touchdown passes to lead has won all four of his games since he
their most important yet. Florida Atlantic over Florida Interna- took over as interim coach on Oct. 30,
Blake Bortles found Bre- tional 21-6 on Friday. following the resignation of former
shad Perriman for a 52- Johnson finished 10-for-19 for 218 coach Carl Pelini amid allegations of
yard touchdown pass with. yards and the Owls (6-6,4-4 (onference drug use.
4:50 left in the fourth quar- USA) won the 12th Annual Nula Bowl Johrison's third touchdown pass of the
ter to give UCF a 23-20. trophy, named after former NFL head .,game, a 23-yard strike to Alex Deleon,
victory over South Florida coach Don Shula. gave Florida Atlantic a 21-3 lead.
on Friday night and keep Florida Atlantic's six wins makes'it eli- The Owls took a 7-0 lead on an 1 1-yard
the Knights on course for gible for a possible bowl game. touchdown pass from Johnson to Nexus
a conference title and BCS Jake Medlockwas 7-for-21 for 56 yards Dorvilus in the first quarter. Dorvilus
bid. for FIU (1-11, 1-7) before leaving in the one-handed the ball in the comer of the
"I suppose somebody final quarter due to injury. E.J. Hilliard end zone.
up there is watching over was 4-for-6 for 33 yards after replac- The Owls stretched their lead to 14us," Knights coach George ing Medlock. The Panthers offense was 3 on a 59-yard touchdown pass from
O'Leary Said. "Luck is anemic, managing just 132 total yards. Johnson toWlliam Dukes.
when preparation meets THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
opportunity and that's a lot Central Florida running back William Stanback (28) is chased of what is happening. We by South Florida defensive tackle Todd Chandler (95) during throw those routes a lot in the game Friday in Orlando.
practice and Blake threw it the BCS. lines and stay."
against the wind. It was a The win was also UCF's USF (2-9, 2-5) had a final heck of a throw." first oyer USF, which held a chance to win or send the
The Knights won despite 4-0 series lead. game to overtime, but Jorcommitting five turnovers, UCF now has now posted dan Ozerities intercepted including three by Bortles, six victories this season by Mike White's pass and rewho entered the game with seven points of less. turned it 52 yards with 1:20
just seven on the season. "We were put in a situa- left in the game to seal the, Athletic Conference) *se- done to win a champion- The Bulls came into the cured at least ashare of the ship and we did it,' UCF game with nine offensive conference title: A victory center Joey Grant said. touchdowns on the seaagamnst SMU next 'week "We put some good stuff son, but had a pair rushing will give it the title outright together on those drives so scores by Chris Dunkley and the Knights' first bid to you got to go to the side- and Marcus Shaw.
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Sports Briefs Outdoors
High School boys
bkaA hat with local
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at Marianna, 5:30 and
7 p.m.; Cottondale at
Holmes County, 5:30 and Tust how old are you?? here at the field's edge, a short nap. Sometimes, "Hey, look at that. One
7 p.m. How long have you your face to the sunny while sitting here musing, of those big black ants just
hesday Sneads at J stood here, in this open expanse and your I even think of trying to picked tip the last crumb
Graceville, 5:30 and 7 precise location, your back to the dense, dark climb you, a notion always from my sandwich and
p.m.; Wewahitchka at sprawling roots anchor- creek-swamp. eventually dissuaded by carried it into a hole under
Cottondale, 5:30 and 7 ing your massive bole and For 30 years of my own my aging, aching joints, that root."
p.m.; Laurel Hill at Malo- crown to the sandy soil? A human lifespan, I've Sometimes, conversing Whoa!Wait a second.
ne, 7 p.m.; Marianna at hundred years, perhaps? Bob ornegay often rested beneath with friends, I refer to you Did I say that aloud? Did
Bay, 5:30 and 7 p.m. Maybe more? The books Outdoors Columnist your spreading, droop- as "My" oak tree. That's I just talk to a tree? Must
Thursday Malone at might tell me, but right ing boughs. With your not true, though, is it? No, have. Else, why did that
Bethlehem, 4 and 7 p.m. now I'm much too lazy for Historians say the trunk as a backrest, I've I share your hospitality blue jay over there take off
Friday Cottondale botanical research. strong, tough wood of watched your open field at with others. Hundreds of so suddenly? Aw, what the
at Graceville, 5:30 and 7 One thing's certain, Mr. your ancestral forebears dawn and dusk for feeding creeping, crawling crea- heck? Nobody's around to p.m.; Sneads at Bloiitn2 Live Oak. By human stan- was once widely used for whitetails. Other times,.180 tures reside in the nooks hear me if I did and I long
stown, 5:30 and 7 p.m.; dards you are ancient.. maritime construction, degrees around onyour and crannies of your bark ago reconciled with my
Marianna at Walton, 5:30 Botanists tell me you and in the days of sailing opposite side, I've silently channels, a fact evidenced weirdness.
and 7 p.m. and your kin thrive in the ships our nation's first eyed the shadowy wood- out by countless species of Might as well make it
Saturday Port St. Joe loose, sandy soil of the publicly owned timber land, marking gray squir- spiders and insects inad- official...
at Sneads, 3:30 and 5 Southern Coastal Plain. lands were live oak forests rels and calling, most times vertently carried home in "I gotta go now, Live
p.m. Such growth medium is purchased for naval ship- fruitlessly, to wary gobblers. the pockets and wrinkles Oak, old buddy. Thanks
much to your liking. That yards. If ships were still Your ground-sweeping of my Clothing. Woodpeck- again for letting me sit
High School iris must be true for you are made of wood, you'd likely lower limbs and unique ers and nuthatches know here and ruminate a spell.
etba huge. Not particularly tall, not be here to impress and evergreen foliage ilit hide you.as a living cafeteria See you next time, and
but massive. Neighboring inspire me. Your stout tim- me from my fall and win-. while other avian critters watch out for those pesky Monday Malone at pines and hickories dwarf bers would instead grace ter prey have also many consider you the perfect chainsaws, you hear?
Blountstown, 5 p.m. you in height, but pale the hull or deck of some times shaded my weary, roost or nursery. I once "Oh, by the way, I'm
Tuesday Sneads in comparison to your stately merchantman or worn-out human carcass sawa big boar 'coon exit heading down to Florida
at Graceville, 4 p.m.; great circumference, girth man o' war. Perhaps even from the pitiless assault of that hollow about halfway in a few days. There's a
Wewahitchka at Cot- attained through count- the famous Old Ironsides: the hot Southern sun.You up your trunk. And, oh friendly sabal palm down
tondale, 4p.m.; Laurel less years of methodical But that didn't happen stoically and silently abide my, what is it about the there by a deep slough off
illat Malone, 5:30 p.m.; absorption of sun, rain, and here you are, an old my presence whenever I Spanish moss hanging the St. Johns River.
Pensacola Catholict and nutrient-rich subter- friend. You stand here shelter here for a drink, a from your boughs that the "Shall I give him your
Marianna, 6 p.m. ranean minerals, as you've always stood, bite to eat, or maybe even chiggers like so much? regards?"
at Graceville, 5 p.m.,Wi Walon at Maran, 6 p. 6TEAM STANDINGS 1) Ba-Zin-Ga 33.5-22.5 NOV.27
NV2) We're Back 33-23 W-L
SNOV.26 3) X Men 32.5-23.5 1) Smith's Supermarket 36-16
5:30 p.. W-L 4).Backwoods Bowlers 31-25 2) 2 Pair of Nutz 32-20
TEAM STANDINGS 1) Gazebo 39.5-20.5 5) Jason's crew 31-25 3) Big Lots 32-20
Friday Poplar Sprngs 2) Kindel Awards 38.5-21.5 6) Oak Creek Honey Bees 28-28 4) P.C.B.D.T. 30-22
at Cottondale 1:30 and NOV. 25 3) Downhome Dental 37-23 7) Deadwood 23.5-32.5 5) Hump Day 29-23
W-L 4) Verizon 34-26 8) James Gang 23.5-32.5 6) Kindel Awards 27-25
230 pm.; Sneads at 1) Mary's Day Care 26.5-21.5 5) Family Dentiktry 33-27 9) Brantley's Bunch 23-33 7) Whiskey Throttle 25-27
S 42) #1 24-24 6) James &Sikes 33-27 10) El Rio 21-35 8) Kindel Pro Shop 24-28
S4p. 3) Marianna Office Supply 23-25 7) Jim's Buffet & Grill 28-32 High Team Hdcp. Game: Ba-Zin-Ga 986 9) 4 Shades of Grey 24-28
Satuay Port St. Jo 4) Adams Funeral Home 23-25 8) Pacers 26-34 High Team Hdcp. Series: Ba-Zin-Ga 2892 10) James Gang 18-34
5) Trouble 21-27 9) Marianna Animal Hospital 25-35 High Game Hdcp: Cheryl Gaffaney 259; Bobby 11) Marianna Wash & Wax 18-34
t ead p. 6) Huby Night 5-11 High Game: LuAnn 187, Jay Kindelspire 242 Bowers 278 12) EJ Sound Machine 17-35
High Team Hdcp. Game: Marianna Office Sup- High Series: LuAnn 508; Jay Kindelspire 677 High Game Scratch: Cheryl Gaffaney 188; Jason High Team Hdcp. Game: Kindel Pro Shop 986 ply 687 High Team Game: Downhome Dental & Jims 269 High Team Hdcp. Series: KindelPro Shop 2835
Chpla m n's~lt High Team Hdcp. Serles:Marianna Office Sup- Buffett 920 High Series Hdcp: Bettie Grinsted 690; Donald High Game Hdcp: Nichole Townsell 262; Jason
ply 2035 High Team Series: Downhome Dental 2711 Medders 785 290
High Game:,Linda Mathis 167; Don Still 234 High Series Scratch: LuAnn 482; Tim Rischar High Series Hdcp: Nichole Townsell 723; Robert
High Series: Betty James 467; Tom Arnold 652 688 Booth 816
The Indians return Pickups: Bettle Grlnsted 4-5 & 5-10; Jim Miller TEAM STANDINGS WENESDAYNGHTMIXED High Game Scratch: Nichole Townsel 90;
5-7ason 278 home this weekend for I ES.DAY ll C LElU NOV.26 TEAM STANDINGS High Series Scratch: LuAnn 527; Jason 769
the Panhandle Clas- W-L Special Pickup: Kelley Kindelspire 4-7-10
sic,with games against Santa Fe on Friday and
Brunswick on'Saturday, Fishing Report
both at 6 p.m.
Lake Seminole Cool weather has con- vegetation is also recom- Lake Andrews/ periods of the day. Fish
Chipol~ women' Bass fishing is fair. Cold- tinued to slow down the mended as are shallow- Chattahoochee River along the bluff walls and
Basketball er temperatures are ac- bream fishing all over the running crankbaits and Fishing is fairly good in nearriver bends. Tailwater
companied by a crankbait lake. Texas-rig worms. Crank- some locations up and catfishing is fair on frozen
The Lady Indians and Rat L Trap bite. Fish Catfish are reported baits and Carolina-rigs down the river. Bass fish- shad, worms, or prepared
will hedto Ocala this the grass flats on the main as slow, but a few may may pay off on points and ing is fair. Largemouths baits.
'weketd fo'rthe Florida lake. Reports say crankbait be taken during warmer on the mid-depth ledges may be caught along Crappies are very slow at
Shoot taking on fishing is best when there periods of the day. Crappies re deep and ledges in spots where the present.
FloridaSate College on is wind present. During following shad. Target the ciifrent is not too great Bream fishing up the
Frid yat p.m. and St. calm copresent. Duringswitch Lake Eufaula- river and creek channels Fish jig-and-trailer com- creeks and in the river
Petersburg onSaturday a swimbait and fish ith over Bass fishing is still fair with either live minnows Pinations and be patient. itself has slowed a great
at 4 p.'m. the tops of the now-dying and the largemouths or jigs. Both numbers Bass fishing up the creeks deal with the recent coolhydrilla patches. are actively moving and and sizes can be good is fair also, but sporadic weather snap.
Sports Iit Crappies are on the feeding. Stained-water when crappie schools are overall. Use worms and
upswing as well. Minnows locations are giving up located. crankbaits there. The fish- Generation schedules, poollevels,
Send all'sports items to editor are working well with jig some good numbers and 'Catfish are deep and bit- ing has slowed consider- and other such information for firstname.lastname@example.org, orfax them fair sizes on spinner- ing veryreluctantly. abl db d area waterways may be obtained
.to 850-482-4479 The mailing fishermen experience aits Chartreuse/white B very-re ably near sandbars and by calling toll-free 1-888-771-4601.
addressforthe pap isJackson less success. Most fish are ream ave bankside structure. Follow the recorded instructions
County Floridan P c n less success. Most fishcreek ariver is a good color pattern. completely shut down Catfishing is fair, par- and access the touch-tone for the
Mani danna, FL 32447 channels. ek and ver Swimming jigs in flooded at present. ticularly during warmer Apalachicola River System.
turn it over some and F weaving untouched from 78-year history.
i make some boneheaded F SU 11 yards out and putting It lived up to the billing
plays, but you can al- the Seminoles ahead and then some.
From Page 1B Ways play with a sense of From Page lB 27-0. From Page lB A team that went 3-9
"We played a really good urgency." -- And Winston& Co. took Winston and Benjamin Alabama had gotten 1 last season and had been
first half and a really bad Chipola was aided by advantage, recorded the hat trick second restored and one destroyed by Alabama
second half," he said. "I some hot-shooting from -Winston, the Heisman with a 4-yard score in the more play after a review 91-14 combined the past
was very pleased with the the perimeter, making Trophy candidate being fourth, when T.J. Yeldon ran it to two seasons will play for
first half. Our effort and 11-of-23 shots from long investigated for his role in FSU outgained Flor- Auburn's 39. an SEC title and perhaps
intensity were really good distance. an alleged rape, hooked ida 456-193, most That gave the Tide a a trip to the BCS champiand we bothered them The Lady Indians shot up With Benjamin for of it through the chancetotrythelongfield onshipgame.
a lot with our defensive just 31 percent from in- touchdown passes of 45 air. goal and now it prob- Undefeated Ohio State,
pressure. But the second side the arc and missed and 29 yards in the sec- Winston completed 19 ably wished it never did. which was third in the
half was just a poor effort. 11-of-30 free throws, but ond quarter. of 31 passes for 327 yards. The entire field was BCS standings this week
I don't care if shots went it was still good enough Winston found his Benjamin caught nine flooded' with orange and figures to move up
in; it was a poor effort to stay out of the loss 6-foot-5 target again passes for a career-high shakers long after the to second behind Florida
and that's not what we're column. in the third, a 56-yard 212 yards, beating Lou- climactic finale of one State, willhavesomething
about. Chipola was scheduled connection that would cheiz Purifoy early and of the biggest Iron Bowls to say about which teams
"If we're going to be a to take on Miami-Dade on have gone the distance often. in the bitter rivalry's play for the national title.
mature team that wins Saturday before heading had Benjamin not fallen Benjamin's previchampionships, you can't to Ocala this weekend for down while making the ous high was 103 yards
have a letdown in your in- games against Florida State catch.. receiving at Boston
tensity and effort. You're College at Jacksonville and Devonta Freeman College earlier this
going to miss shots and St. Petersburg. scored on the next play, year.
'in, but the turnovers and trip to the state finals for state title round when the Some costly penalties in a Trenton squad that lost season began, winning the the first half made it im- 42-21 to Northview in last regional title over NorthFrom Page1B possible for Cottondale to year's title game. view and making the state
and star running back keep up. There will be another semifinals was enough to
Norris Calhoun being lim- "We needed to play per- dominant Panhandle earn a standing ovation
ited to just 30 yards on 16 fect to have a chance to squad standing in their from the home crowd as carries. stay in it and we had way way this time with Blount- time expired.
DaMichael Faulk led too many mistakes with stown, but coach Jordan Melvin said that FriCottondale with 44 yards penalties and turnovers said he knows that his day's defeat did nothon 11 carries, but the run- and not taking care of the club will have to bring its ing to diminish what his heavy Hornets amassed football, which is some- 'A' game to bring home a team accomplished this just 90 yards on the ground thing we hadn't done in a championship. year, which was simply
on 42 carries against a de- couple of weeks," Melvin "We don't know a thing to go further in the playfense that CHS coach Mike said. "But that was by far about those guys, but we offs than any Cottondale Melvin said was every bit the best team that we've know we're going to have team had in the school's as good as advertised. played this year. I don't our hands full and .we'll history. *
"They sure were. They're know how good Trenton is, have to play our best game "One thing about these a *o
really. good. It was unbe- but they better bring it to to win," he said. "But we're guys is they didn't drop lievable. They all went to beat this team." excited to get the chance their heads; they played
the football in a hurry," he Trenton (11-1) advanced to go down there and play all the way through to the said. "We didn't really slow to next week's state title for a state title." end tonight," he said. "And LOCAL NEWS, YOUR WAY.
them down offensively, but gamein Orlando by aveng- Forthetop-rankedTigers, no one can take away from WEE KNIGHTS A
they're all about defense ing an early-season loss to it has been championship- them that they're regional 1
and they're good at it." Dixie County with a 17-14 or-bust all season long, but champs. It was a great year.
The odds were stacked win Friday night, for a Hornets team not ex- We just got beat by a great
_against the Hornets going It's the second straight pected anywhere near the team."
JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN www.jcfloridan.com EN THINM T'I SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1,2013, 5BFAnnie's Mailbox Horoscopes Entertainment Brief
Dear Annie: I aM in my 60s and have Dear Annie: My wife and I recently mar- SAGITTARIUS (Nov. Elvis items featured ing rings and military
been married for 10 years to a won- tied. The wedding was in Texas, but most 23-Dec. 21) Come at Rock and Roll mementos.,
derful man. It's a second marriage for of our family lives elsewhere. Although together with people who Hall of Fame The exhibit includes
both of us. He was a widower, and I was we were disappointed, we understood share your concerns and morethan 40 artifacts
divorced, that many folks would be unable to at- interests. You can make a CLEVELAND Old- loaned by his Graceland
The problem is his daughter, "Emily," tend because of travel and hotel costs. difference if you ques- time Elvis Presley fans mansion in Memphis, who has been a thborn in our sides fiom Here's the problem. Not one of these tion what's wrong and and lots of newer, Tenn.
day one. When we married, we signed a relatives sent so much as a card, let demand change. younger ones flocked The items include a
prenup. My husband has investments, ..alone a gift. In thepast few ye4rs, we CAPRICORN (Dec. to a new exhibit at the walnut-size 41-carat
which are primarily in his childrenfs have attended several family events 22-Jan. 19) -Keep Rock and Roll Hall of ruby and diamond ring,
names. My house was paid for, and his and always gave gifts. Sometimes we your finances in order Fame and Museum Fri- a 25.5-carat opal ring wasn't, so he sold it and we moved into had to travel great distances and pay for and your sights on your day to see his stylish ID and a sapphire pinkie mine. It's still in my name because I in- hotels and plane fares. We expectedd.' personalgoals. Don't feel bracelet, custom-made ring. tend to leave it to my children after both they would return the favor. Their failure pressured into making a motorcycle, eye-catch- From wire reports of us pass on. to do so leaves a bad taste in our choice when you are in
Emily has been complaining to her mouths and makes us not, want to the driver's seat. ACROSS 48 Mountain Answer to Previous Puzzle
father that he should have his name on attend any events they plan in the OAtUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 1 MischievoUs retreat the deed to my house. I am notwilling to future. 19) Question your Bluesprite 531 SpokedDancing
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my husband for money. Yet, Emily tells with good wishes is always proper. But takes to chage your 14 Ewes mate 59 Cookie him I'm only after his money. please do not treat your wedding as a course. escapade,,' 60QBE A U
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ments. The reason she wants her father's their good wishes, but you cannot de- will realizeyour choice is 22 Coal DOWN hunter 44 Prior to name on my house is because she wants mand that they do so. clear; following through measure 1 Buddies 22 Harrison's 46 Overly
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so much as it is your husband, who cal analgesic. My manager, though, has be too quick to give up a 37 Mr. Montand brunch 29 Stockholm levels refuses to tell her to knock it off. Please no idea. I never complain, even though position you enjoy. 39 CD forerunners 8 Salsa' carrier' 54 Jackie's
talk to him (do not badmouth his I wind up in bed the next day. Just be- TAURUS (April 20-May 40 He loved gowith 30Run second
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Broncos coach Fox set to return Monday
The Associated Press instead of the usual three.
The aoitic valve regulates
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. blood flow from the heart
Jack Del Rio had a big into the aorta, the major
Thanksgiving Day surprise blood vessel that brings
for his team. blood into the body.
John Fox joined the play- He said it was discovered
ers and coaches for their in 1997 when a murmur
post-practice huddle on showed up in. a physical
the football field Thurs- while he was the Giants
day. Amid hails, hugs and "defensive coordinator. He
handshakes, he told them was told earlier this year
how thankful he was for that surgery was neceshis health, their hard work sary, but he had hoped to
and his good friendDel-Rio delay the operation until
for running things while he after the Super Bowl.
was recovering from open- That changed when he
heart surgery almost passed out Nov. 2
"I believe there couldn't while golfing in Charlotte,
have been a better mes- two days after he'd visited
sage on a better day," safe- his cardiologist in Raleigh.
ty David Bruton said. Less than48 hours later, he
Of course, Fox also took .had surgery, and he was
the opportunity to do released from the hospital
some coaching, implor- four days after that.
ing his players to focus on He said the typicalhospibeating Kansas City this talstay for such surgeries is
weekend so that when five to seven days. He also
he officially returns to noted that he was "very,
work Monday, he'll have a very healthy," saying his
first-place team awaiting THEASSOCIATEDPRESS heart condition was mIore
.im. Denver Broncos interintm head coach Jack Del Rio (left) and quarterback Peyton Manning (18) watch from the sideline duringthe of a bifth defect than the
It hasn't been deter- game against the New England Patriots on Nov.24 in Foxborough, Mass. result of any poor lifestyle
mined whether Fox will choices or too much stress.
coach from the sideline or It's been less than a Thanksgiving morning Sunday for an AFC West his release from the 'hos- He pledged then get back the booth for his first game month since Fox had his so that the entire team showdown betweeri 9-2 pital, -and on Wednesday to work by season's end. back, when the Broncos heart operation. wouldn't have to show up teams that could go a long quarterback Peyton Man- Tight end Jacob Tamme
host the Tennessee Titans Team owner Pat Bowlen at the Fox house for turkey way in determining playoff ning said they've commu- called it a "pretty cool on Dec. 8. The team issued senthis privatejet to Char- dinner positioning. nicated"ahealthyamount" Thanksgiving treat to have
a statement Thursday say- lotte, N.C., on Wednesday "It was great to see (him) Del Rio has gone 2-1 in over the last three weeks. him back and see how ing that "While no formal to bring Fox- and his wife, and very fitting on a day Fox's absence. His return was first re- happy he was to be back."
restrictions will be placed Robin, back to Denver. Fox like today when we're all Fox has actually been ported by Fox Sports. "I mean, it's killing him on his workload upon his had been. recuperating at kind of taking a.pause and back coaching for a while. About a week after the (to be away)," Tamme return, he will continue his offseason home after taking a break and giving He and Del Rio talk every surgery, Fox said on a con- said. "He loves it, man. He to be monitored by our aortic valve replacement thanks," Del Rio said. day, and he even Skyped ference call with reporters loves being around this medical staff as his well- surgery Nov. 4. FoxwillstaybackinDen- his players during a team that he was born with a group and we love having
being remains our No. 1 Del Rio said he invited ver when the Broncos visit meeting last week. He was bicuspid aortic valve, one him here. So it was pretty priority." Fox to drop by the office Arrowhead Stadium on breaking down plays upon that has only two leaflets awesome."
Injuries, Falcons' struggles frustrate Roddy White
The Associated Press ing into Decemtiber with the ankle; and then I hurt tweaked a hamstring to only injured Falcon, not by time. The two combined just 209 yards and one my hamstring. make matterst worse and alongshot.Atlantahassuf- for 171 receptions, 2,549
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. TD hurts White almost as "It's been injury after force his de-activation. fered a rather remarkable yards and 17 touchdowns
Atlanta's Roddy White much, .the.ii gh, ankle injury, and I can't get my With six receptions for 80 rash of injuries, several of last season, and suddenly has had success like oly sprain 'iht'splagued him body to react. It's been a yards and a score in the past themseason-ending.;, neither was available to a handful of wide receives sinc the eseason... tough season overall fox three games, the former Defensive end/lineback- quarterback Matt Ryan. in NFL history. "Compounding Wh ite's us because we've all been first-round pick is still not er Kroy Bierin'n went s the Falcons continued
So missing three games misery has been the Fal- hurt. Injuries happen, butz himself a~id,, '$aid he likely down for good in the first to struggle, so did White this season and entering cons (20) disapoiting you don't expect them to wor 't be quite right when game, running back Steven as he longed to help his December with just 20 re- season; which he' says is have this much of an effect the Falcons play the Buffalo Jackson missed four games, teammates. ceptions has left the four- "probably thh toughest6 of to where we're 2-9." Bills SundayinToronto. tackle Sam Baker is- long 'Absolutely That's been time Pro Bokler, "yelling his ~areer. ,,, White played in the first "I don't think so. I go out 'gone for the season, line- the worst part about it," he
and screaming at myself, "Coming bhiss oii, 113 consecutive games there and give it my all, backerSeanWeatherspoon said. "It's been tough, man, trying to getmy body to act we had reall high expecta- of his career before going but (team officials) know missed seven games. one of the toughest searight" tions and I had very high inactive6this fal~'for'ti e:- 1 woiAt be completely Plus, the other half of the sons that I've been throtigh,
Last season White be- expectations for myself," straight games. That came healthy until the offsea- Falcons' top-shelf wide probably the toughest, became just the fifth NFL said the nine-year veteran, after catching just l4 pass- son when I- can get off of receiver crew, Julio Jones, cause we've got so many receiver to have three con- who had 92 catches for es for 129 yards and'ho it," he said. "The anklehas went down with a season- good players on this team secutive seasons of more 1,351 yards last year. "It's scores in the first five. just bee nagging me and ending foot injury in the and we've lost a~ouple of than 90 receptions and been frustrating because At times, White was little nagging me. It won't turn season's fifth game. them for the season. We 1,200 yards, and the sixth I'm not able to dowhat I set more than a deco6y early around. The doctors say it That made White worse lost a lot of the core guys, to register at least 80 re- out to do, to be the kind of in the season as he could will probably bother (me) psychologically.Joneswent important guys, that help ceptions and 1,000 yards player that I want to be be- not shake the effects of until the offseason." on injured reserve and he us,roll and it takes a toll on six straight times. Head- cause I've been hobbled by his balky ankle. Then, he White hasn't been the went inactive at the same the guys."
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SPea River Tiber sou Milanes PAID o the classifieds for 140 acres of paradise!
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pool house, 2 detached storagebldgsapt., and afm.h. that could be a rental Property is half
clearedwitha fish pond and a creekpariaV on it. What a deal foronly,268,000 MLS # 248976
MILL POND! Retreat from
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unique waterfront home wI
SERVICE DIRiECTOR gorgeous views...3BR2BA
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bedroom new carpet .boat dock, dock 2 workshops paved driveway secluded
0 1 from main road. Fishing ahng, dgi swimming, etc. Beautiful clear sprng
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_______ Milk Glass, Vaseline Glass, FolkArt and much more Stuffll D ck 30 acres in clear pasture & balance in pine trees wAspasture.
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Shopin Ct.PICD $490 MLS # 240339
Hours: Mon-Fri 7.5 Sat 7-1 2890 Noland S.Marianna '
2978 Pierce Street (behind Tim's Florist) t I Industrial bldg w/ 13,788
sq. lout under rl. Steel,
For All Your Home Improvement Needs construction coneoin e
flooring, 14' ceilings at eyes.
NeW Homes & Room Additions Flooring The building has divided work areas, 4 roll-up doors, loading dock, tool crib
Painting Siding Kitchen & Bathroom Upgrades Al rekv area, office areas w/baths, a Frame Hoist and a Jib Hoist. Bldg. wired w/240
Siding Volt, 3-Phase 600 Watt electrical. Too many extras to list! Bring all offers.
Custom Ceramic Shower Specialist Porches Greenhouses PRICEDAT$29 00 MLS#248801
Pole Barns Concrete Driveways Sidewalks & Slabs in Stock Location,, location,
Lio# RR 2822811487 INSURED 35 Years in usineg location this medical
8E5oreP5e73L 1o880usoffice complex has 1538'
SE MOVE PORTABLE BUILDINGS & is close to the hospital.
ml . ] ] roof. Has 5 exam rms, 3 batts, waiting area, check-in area, & exec. office.
Currently leased on a month-to-month basis. ETc. income producer or use
F A P "': ": " " foryour own business! PRICED AT $137,500 MLS# 248189
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and 15 miles to Marianna, FL. An excellent location for one or more
*..... THE specialists. This is a mst see! PRICED AT $425,000 MLS # 24829
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FURNISHED DUPLEX Stacy Borges, Realtor 850-573-1990 SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER
home perfect for a small family. This 2 bedroom 1 Julie Miles, Realtor 850-6934435
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Split floor plan with Large Master Bed and Bath and Three large Bedrooms with two lot that can be Nice maintained to bring her back to her
full baths. Formal Dining Room and Breakfast Area. Kitchen custom cabinets. Marble purchase as a whole for $35,000 or Can be purchased potentials. Has plenty of room
Fireplace and Built-in Book Shelves. Perfect homefo entertaining. So many beautiu ful In 31.05+/- lots Each for $15,000. Located close t home with moanry feaeinside and a nice big ot
things with the beautiful home. $282,000 and considering all Offers. MLS #247640 the High School and in an established neighborhood including storage shed, aoched insideoo a a nice big front
carport End well landscaped. MporSch plus o detached carport.
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t De HOME INSIEAND OUT! MLS 248591 $89,900. 2 story brick home on
tis beautiful 2 4/31t2uwith almost 70 5.15 acres. Home with
Bedroom Home in sq fthe wraparounde r air! Relax O Lovely home split bedroom design and
Malone! It's already updated and ready for you! Large tthe wraparound porch, s new a large rec. room with
fenced yard with a workshop! A great neighborhood and 16x32Lgunite pool. Hardwood floors on the first flor Th kitchen look and is move-in Mbathroom upstairs.
a Great Home! You can afford this one! MLS #247258 is large with plenty of countertop AND cabinet space[ Large center rtabdy. Great location in MLS 249082 $199,000.
Island and breakfast area There is an air conditioned game room or established neighborhood. 'REDUCED Lovely
Character gives this 5th bedroom and half bath over the detached garage. MLS #248338 3 story home waiting for
older home in Graceville MLS 248712 $114,900. large family needing 4
its charm This well PERFECT FOR lovely h wi bedrooms. Located on
maintaihed home has YOUR LARGE corner lot with entrances
a large yard and is very FAMILY?? Great features too numerous to from2 streets. Des
convenient to the College and Businesses of Graceville, This 3/2 home is 4/2 with almost mention! You must see them 72 500.
ready for you to call it home. The roof was completely replaced in 2011! 1700 sq ft under wheh you make your viewing MS 48855. $72,500.
Bedrooms ar e large with plenty of space All of the appliances! Call today to Air! Beautiful appointment.. Neat and well
set an appointment to see this beautiful, and affordable hone. MLS# 247421 original hardwood maintained home
fb floors! The Family MLS 248984 $99,900. with large kitchen/dining
Country life in a 2002 room can be easily converted to a 5th bedroom if needed! room, 3 bedrooms and large
built 2000 square foot Great Spacious 1.80 acres! Brick home has a newer 4 ton AC Just starting tolookfor back deck. Move-in ready.
Manufactured home unit! This home can be offered as a short sale! MLS #248281 st tting to PRE REUCED
on apx. 4 acres on a firs home or getting reedytorefire PRICE REDUCED!
paved road a great COZY COTTAGE. 3/2 thiis s the perfect place for you! M 248699 $64,900.
aice to fivol Locatedwihapo130s
in North Jackson County close to the A tla statedLi t with approx 1300 sq The interioris amazing in this cute Brick home in
home is in a perfect spot for those who travel between Marianna Ift under airl Home has wo bedroom home. the country on 3.95
and Dothan. Call today and let us show you this beautiful home. a mketa rroo, an21x acres, a large bon and
Priced to sell, owner says bring all offers. $79,900 MLS# 248922 270 Front porch to MLS 248951 $62,000. attached carport. Home has
27x10 Front porch to L24919$20 .atcecrpt.Hmhs
relax o Wood Floor 3 bedrooms and has a nicely
Corner Russ St and inside home! Needs Look ing for space? laidoutfoorplan.
Kelson St Close some TLC but SOLD This home has 5 bedrooms, MLS249025 $126,000.
to College, Schools AS IS. MLS #248538 spacious sized rooms, two MS 249025 $126,000.
and Hospital in fireplaces and more, including S H O W CA S E
Marianna only pool. All on 5.81 HOMEII There are 4
$59,900 Updates already done! Just move in! Great EXECUTIVE HOME WITH ALL THE bedrooms, beautiful hardwood
investment with low payments! Hardwood Floors, BELLSANOWHISTLES10ver2800 f|r d wgis 0 d
newer metal roof and central heat/air. Just too cute sq ft Under Air, with a Gorgeous MLS 248687 $242,900. ors wood walls, a dream
to pass upr! Possible Lease Purchase. MLS# 248356 Sunroom with Windows from kitchen and wrap around
Floor tot ceiling oertooking theW hp ao.I E O
backyalordl The Family Room oasts.PRICEREDUCTION Blue Springs Plantation 18ft ceilings, builtinentertainment center and a granite see thru fireplaceto been reduced on this 3 MLS248635 *$175,000.
is located close to the the.sunroom.'The Main Kitchen isa dream. Granite countertops with a center BEAUTIFUL Blue Springs island with lots of upgraded cabinets! There is a 2 car attached garage with bedroom brick home located Exceptionally nice
State Park, Merritts Mill a bonus room which has central air and the detached garage is large enough close to college and town for bsck home with custom
Pond and Lake Seminole. to store your toys! There is also another bedroom over.the detached garage. y hopping fooures, small sh pndd
These lots would be" all your shopping needs.,A features, small fish pond~ond
Ths-os ol eeasy access to town and a golf a PERFECT Place to build a home and enjoy the Peace and tranquility MOVE IN. READY! MS 248876 ace $85,900. coa ss o thesTeet. PRICEndgo
Marianna has to offer. An established Subdivision. Blue Springs Plantation MLS 248876 $85,900. course across the street. PRICE
is a growing community with homes already built and occupied. I has a Great 3/2 with over
Public water system, Underground Utilities, Phone, Sewer and Paved roads. 1900 sq ftI There is a Custom built home has been REDUCED!
Several Lots availableto choose from. Located on Blue Springs Highway. Mother in Law guest located on 2.2 acres and has MLS 248506 $169,900.
house! Large 1 acre lot boon well maintoinedi. Coil today
Large family room with a Huge Workshop! and make your appointment Lovely country
Salr is rdning Completely remodeled end view all the features in this home located in
mos etter ispetl re oee eapiae n ue
to look at all offers from floors to ceiling! Beautiful sunroom home. pvate nd quiet
and help a buyer fulfill overlooking nice back ard! MLS #248896 ML248838 $146,000 setting and just.a few
heir dream of owning ML248838 minutes from town. Nice
a home! Newer stove and refrigerator. Allowance for a new stove LOCATED ON MERRITS lan pe y
pick it out yourself! Beautiful patio with a gardening shed for MILL PONDI Cozy 2/1 with
all your tools. Small fenced area for children or pets. Don't miss 1080 sq overlooking lake! Pat Furr MIS 248732 $65,000.
out on the fantastic price for this beautiful home! MLS# 248529 Large Backyard with deck Realtor
perfect fur relating! Kitchen Realt.oru,0 5 7
ustastart collecting cnd bath have had ome 850.209.8071 aBRENDA m r-4799a
$'s. Nothing to updates! Living room and email@example.com brenda.morgan
maintain except Master bedroom overlook I DMORGAN centuryy. com
the lawn! These 38 the water Fireplace in.p oEu
tage Units are living rooml MLS #247509 PRC EDe Lo I
already established and average 90% occupancy! Located Arcitne A cemfortnabl no is I d
close to Downtown Marianna with easy access from Hwy 73 GRACEVILLE. Lots Of Potential 3B*dro/2Bath hen ie indian bo.el eadoiW oar 26 oms.
S just south of the Court House in Marianna. Owner needs in this 21 with almost 1300 do, sledv teioa ho mesay ls ion ,
a break now ou can have the income! MLS# 248539 sq It under air! Located On 6ni .men n e ha a iin bseant niiawcorn
I 4 tkcen.51 acres with screened back i ml onin ed .a et oan wnlhehiiao
Listing $99,900 this Historical porch and a deck In the reaf! 2008 & n nrof inanil in W oI'eir eMe e n Is;
HCome is waiting for the perfect AttachedI carcarportCentral Thi hamoismo- ined achi on space ia Moeb r sbedout n soan Meo illeme ndh emenidbehaw n
buyer to bring it back to lifel wWr, overd1 OtO sq ft. e inn fuser botde ta
Come is being d AS-IS. Tois Heat & Air. This is being sold MLS# 249075 $179,000 ai sboi eanounis.Toae pi e to aasen lo
home is located on the main AS-IS. Cal r your persona
tarea that is mid residential and Commercial. ariann ao n Wain a Showin tdayl MLS #240018 Beci t eiin. MLS# 248846 $400,000 Ponce De Leon
area toh I.. is~t+ mixed fordeti secon detaios o,, .. + w u ed ashi two is larly ,=ld Wahnnern. cThi gG ll$i
separate apartments with their own electricity, bedroom, bath, kitchen and sitting room. GREAT 8 RICK .
There can bemoreparking in thea ha ha little learng MLS#247757Makeanoffer! o on 2.06 abre. Like new
HOME IN GRAND wn/fo. me. nelmednn manufaced hornme -fetuin
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Commercial Building Is RIDGE. Cozy 3/2 30.24 .4 ,aen freplacea pliaoces, garden to
one block from the County with over 1000 sq ft. nlo ,apo master Oa U, e 5hto 0e
rt Caomd tntone h (k Located on a Paved MLS#248822 00 Bil screened porches ck.
o '~ n,~m napert we an matrbewo i nthis MS# #248822 $1533900 utt ,m, o~
S90). Metal Roof was added road! 1 Car Carport. e and mooeiready.
about 5 years ago' Windows. au Call Ch. g 3e.de- /2. MLS# 248862 $10,000 ompss e
wiring updated thin the Laundry 70,m000 r m h Thih BIG PRKERE
pas 0 years, Electric Heat/ for mcke details. olen sweious. amien w/ BalmFUL AND MOVE uIN RDY
Ai Ga meter is available if buyer prefers gas. 3Office spaces, Reception Area, ma a o ing & dico al 1 mes! luly trwled maladured
Stnrae/wor k room. One side tof the building available for working and has a oll DOWNTOWN LIVING wIN h a. rn. tn n hnar t msee in id hrel
up doo for deliveries. TWO Existing Signs already in place. 2 parcels Vacant CHATTAHOOCHEE. s uLovelze p aw/iaenw &x ae s l oungd
lot and Commercial Buildin Let's make this deal work! MLS# 246871 a4/2 1/2, 2 story home Wit. n ae mnle n, an
4/ 1/2 2u soyhr fg ft o Stan, dm~
over 1900 sq ft under air. The aM6 Bcc i icaran. m a
Income property with a master bedroom is on the first MLS #248753 $149,900rm
little history! Renovations flnor and all other 3 bedrooms auet.rur+edB Inda owhlu 0(0 0n d.Rned c fofr l hedoaned
complete on two units and are upstairs. This home sits Ltovy 2Bedroome/2Bath whiefohelidel padw4 Selerwil nerentelw ahearc ntraif oy amugnan
threealmostcomplete.Total a nr o hoe red in the pnivae, adil h iin 2De015le e ith eeas.
u enis searae r ent privteyard. Newr home wit cn, n o n. MIS# 248502 $89,000 Alford
one has two bedrooms and two baths and unit two has three bedrooms, two- all the extras. MLS #24884 ow HOME Of MBMS e UTe5A DESIGNED
baehs. The new owner could continue this p wect and live in one unit while icit en,2 Oacano HOMEea t r iin khiou il easulr*dio e
renting out the rest of the units. The property is located in a small town next LOCAED ON A CORNERI Large bcko~roerloing herwooded oorA eme
to the city park and recreation area. Owner financing lye qualified buyer with 3OA Or 4 Bedroom E 3 Lathho e as m neal d ; alinnn en. -e cnidrmltiefhnero
A-Huge lyn room, with 2 Master MIS# 248977 $143,000 a .faing1eflea"
Completely renovated and bedrooms. Screened Porch, -amen afipr eno
books brand new iside un om n Debbie Roney Smith,
News appliances, beautiful Into and has a beautitol'hsckyard n fool ne/d Ii a belWKM0 'kkdly 1 61110,ae131)(5 aO~neerd dI M*m
hardood loor, unquewith a 2424 Outhsilding/Shnpl aRealtornio a edeaheaeeidibaen~dn~hn'fdr
design. Open ceilings Sold AS-IS. MLS #248168 n 850-209-8039 a en twee nnrtanf0a nys
were popular in the 60s and this builder added insulated panels to keep it MOE RG T I!>.-\ debbieroneysmith@ MLS# 248912 $159,000 Silver lake
economicalforheatingandcooling. Patioareaperfectforentertainingandfamily MOVE RIGHT IN i ey
fun. This home has characterthat gives it charm! $215,000 MLS# 248150 fhr n is f3ll embarqmail.com .
with over 1400 sq Nan Harkleroad
Interstate 10 and Hwy 77 ft. This home has Enjoy the s,.rlso he REALTOR.ASSOCIATE
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storeinexcellentlocatIon porch to relax on ahnmoons then wove he the 850.526.2891
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77 beach access traffic, months sloping coffee in the 20xl16 sunroom! Ono then,. Spauleus 3/2 lea/nna hofaIeo
2000 square foot of retail space and two fuel islands are ready for Large 1.61 acre lot with several Pecan trees! hoen with oneo, 2 ou0dliven
an enterprising Operator. Property is in the county where alcohol sales Large Barn tn the rear! MLS #248937 nn 1n e vado
are possible seven days a week. Over 6 vehicles pass this location NEW ON MARKET. iMS249086 $239,900
________________________e.Located Just before
3/2 well maintained and Graceville. 3/1 with New ListIng la Clho n
updated home close to Maln a|uost 1100 sq ft boh, Brick Colonial on 40
Of, cheotafhoocoe end within ntc
stcs a couple a ri/is af Located on 1.35 acres Irncrs, 2 sory 36x36 anm,
La/n Seemne. Large, nicoly and ismove inreadyao hearx metal workshop with ke our forming dreams s reality with is 80 scrm frm. Co e wi tim pole
lendscopod backyard Iwli Call d in ready ull bath, 24x48 Pale lam with bms Cr equipment ond has 2 wells and se ic for double wide moib hore.
patio ,ant privacy fence that separates it from the homes behind. Large separatn oon 120oh On 10 Coeiakers on pmises Coosel and Bohia lelds end ho been a code ranch ns
storage shed. New roof on carport with separate laundry room attached. A argo I0t8ormation Mile Creek, Lots oF wildlife. well. Appmximlely 10 acres in weands/pond. Deeded ingress and egress rod fo
screened porch spans the whole length of the front of house. This Is a verycomfortable PLUS SO MUCH MORE. $399,000 property Make your app to she today.
home and has lots of personaity. It is surely a must seel ONLY $69,900 MLS# 248828
LARGE FAMILY MLS #249013* Priedat $160,000 8ascom
This very ni ce 3/22004 HOME. True 4/3 Brick "All, e audant Log IstinMS#29 3 rea $1600 de acnia
Cavalier Mobile Home is I1ome with a 3 car 20 Aepc taOL ad oe o /ne In nnuep mre ld
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located very cse o tow ped road. Born plus ar exl bedro and ba He
allnd appronimately i/8 acres. Over 2900 IPigorlruoourprpeerty. Make dIat l aarae thehe redy ou
I iesfom a public Asat sq ft with a large irope.....etn far paloreen ...ncapee, bai, nrc Cnnic Aileoan
landing at rritts Mill Pond. Some repairs needed. Property is veryprivate living room, formal andcetle. taooing, stone acenou r dar in
and the only home on this road. Just walk down the road to Meritts Mill Pond! dining room and b$edroao, elm onew heok op RV.
Prced AS SwhchmakeStave od deal on this home. MLS# 240807 21x16 Family room. Hardwood floors thru out All for $55,000 AII for $89,000 Bring Offers. MLS#248935*Marianna
separate LsAvailablein ~eSpngs Patatin Subd vision living areas and bedrooms. MLS #248717 fNw Inveshmn Propery Thiwdin hernAm IWO
ott Blue Springs Highway IAND FOR SALE RETAIL SAPCE opodmos eedintends omoeandock,
1 Acre Lot on Old US Hwy north ofHwy 162 $10,000 I .. outside city limits ofsaionno: ennp. an a ti pepemy.
10 Beautiful Acres on River Road near Lake Semintle $40,000 i 'I", Tfreeaps am 2/! and one is
*D10 Acre Tract off Biocker Road $35,000 iwe co1/n. All cboentlyrlor
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A ic H ... ranty, great gas mileage, fully loaded, $300 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE
down, $300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334- LF160315 SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
iIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
ca19 65 791-8243. OF THESIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
Toyota 2012 Rav4 only 5000 miles, red with. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JACKSON WITHIN DAY$ AFTER THE SALE. uAty n ome & partmes gray int. blue tooth ready, Lg. cargo, exc. cond. COUNTY, FLORIDA W
Quality Homes & Apartments $20,000 850-557-8804. CIVIL DIVISION If you are a person with a disabiity who needs
_850- 526-3355 or austintylerco.com Case #: 2012-CA-000418 ny accommodation in order to participate in"Property Management Is-Our ONLY MOOCYLSusiness"aih nore t atiiat n
"P-ole Me sN ess' Ithis proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to
Beautiful, stylish newly remodeled brick home Bank of America, National Association, succes- you, to the provision of certain assistance.
for rent. 2BR/1BA QUIET, SAFE neighborhood. 5 sor by merger to BAC Home Loans Servicing, Please contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at
Nice size yard. Brick storage bldg on property. Silver, showroom clean, EZ steer, spoiler, lug- LP f/k/a Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, P.O. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402 at (850) $650/month. Call 850-573-8446. gage rack, fog lights. $19,500. 334-673-9990. LP 747-5338, at least seven (7) days before your
Convenience! W. Dothan 2009 Yamaha Raider ONLY Plaintiff, scheduled court appearance, or immediately
1Just off Main/Westgate! ,960 Miles. 1900cc (113c) upon receiving this notification if the time be3 SF largeWfencede! motor. Black. Garage kept. -vs.- fore the scheduled appearance is less than sev3/2, 1600 SF, large fended Not a single scratch or dent. en (7) days. If you are hearing-impaired, call
yard.$900.Never seen rain. 5" Forward Patricia L. Benedict; Unknown Parties in Pos- 711.
In Indian Springs on Golf Course 3/3.5, his & Controls.Hard Krome Strip- session #1, If living, and all Unknown Parties
hers master bath, walk in closets, open floor pers Exhaust. $9,000 OBO. claiming by, through, under and against the /s/.Dale Rabon Guthrie
plan, 2300 sq. f. backed. fenced, 9 ft. ceilings Spare front tire, and factory foot controls if above named Defendant(s) who are not known CLERK OF TIHIE CIRCUIT COURT
to be dead or alive, whether said Unknown Par- Jackson County, Florida $1200. mom 4 avail. Jan. 1st. 850-271-5545. needed. Building home: so it HAS TO GO. ties may claim an interest as Spouse, Heirs,
256-335-1354 Call with your name and leave, Devisees, Grantees, or Other Clainants; Un- /s/ Tammy Bailey LEASE WITH PTION TO BUY message. known Parties in Possession #2, If living, and DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT
3BR/1.5 BA, nice, clean, ceramic tile, fireplace, SPORT TLITY all Unknown Parties claiming by, through, unBsa ne cpleance, eractle, fplac, der and against the above named Defendant(s) SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & GACHI, LLP
house. 1/2 acre of liand wihrtand pdcan Chevrolet 2006 Tahoe: burgundy, one owner, who are not known to be dead or alive, wheth- 2424 North Federal Highway, Suite 360 trees. $5S,000. 850-263-4590 or 856-209-3474 excellent condition, 3rd row seat, custom run-. er said Unknown Parties may claim an interest Boca Raton, Florida 3343 ning boards, extras, very clean, 101k miles as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Other (561) 998-6700 o : [ i $11,900. Call 334-712-0692 or 334-618-9980 Claimants (561) 998-6707
S -9 o 3 - Defendant(s).
2/1 MH in Afford $380. mo. $380. dep. NOTICE OF SALE
80-5790882/850-2091664/850-573-1851 Dodge Ram 1500 2007 SLT quad cab 4x2 HEMI IN THE CIRCUIT.COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH
5.7 V8 engine; anti theft, tilt steering, 27K NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR JACKSON 2/2 Mobile Home on one acre, near miles, very clean, power drivers seat, rear slid- dated November 6,.2013, entered in Civil Case COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Sunland $450/month $500. deposit ing window, bed liner; towing pack. Loaded. No. 2012-CA-000418 of the Circuit Court of the CASE No. 110364CA
-693:070 $16,500. 334-475-6309. -14th Judicial Circuit in and for Jackson County, S850-693-0570 0 $197.34-45-309. prik Florida, wherein Bank of America, National As- CITIFINANCIAL SERVICES INC. DBA
Ford 1973 F-100 Explorer, pick-up, restored, like sociation, successor by merger to BAC Home CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY SERVICES, INC.,
2 & 3 o n attondale. new condition, 5.0 V-8, automatic, LWB, $4000. Loans Servicing, LP f/k/a Countrywide Home PLAINTIFF$51)and-Ulp, H20, gab see included. 3347907959. Loans Servicing, LP, Plaintiff and Patricia L.
httP:// ww airosciunt"rMrh co Ford F-250 Super Duty crew cab 2001 4-wheel Benedict are defendant(s), I, Clerk of Court, VS.
- 850-20 4847 -drive, 5.4 gas engine, 128K miles, tool box Dale Rabon Guthri; will sell to the highest and
2 & 3BR Molbile Homes In Cottondale. & chrome brush gaurd. $10,500 Super Clean best bidder for cash AT THE FRONT DOOR OF VALARIA W. DAVIES, ETAL.
NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month 334-791-1069. THE JACKSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE, AT 11:00 DEFENDANT(S).
N e- n 3 1A.M. CENTRAL STANDARD TIME on January 9, Please call 850-258-1594 or 112014, the following described property as set NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
850-638-8570 Leave Message forth In said Final Judgment, to-wit:.a
Chrysler 2004 ONE LOT, OR PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Town & Country Touring, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE PAR- Judgment of Foreclosure dated June 17, 2013,
in Maranna & Sneadt (850)209-8595 Cherry red wgray interior. TICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: in the above action, I will sell to the highest
Automatic, power doors, bidder for cash at Jackson, Florida, on January
2BR/ 1.5B at Millpond $495 rent + deposit. windows & locks, clean, very dependable. Cold A PORTION OF LOT 13, BLOCK "D", OF THE 2, 2014, at 11:00 AM cst, at North door of courtHas utility shed, screened in front porch AC. Smoke free. 137K. Great family car! $3,750 SHOEMAKER ADDITION TO COMPASS LAKE, house in Marianna- 4445 Lafayette Street, Ma823 uCall 334-803-0724 DESCRIBED AS BEGINNING AT TH4E NORTH- rianna, FL 32446 for the following described
850-209-390 GMC 2008 Savannah Cargo Van. WEST CORNER OF SAID LOT 13; THENCE property:
Mileage 109,575, Can be seen at 208 Bic Road. SOUTHERLY, ALONG THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY I'sal e Fam Orientde watrkgarb,-, R Mlae955 Call be-9274 asee or 208lv icaod OF U.S. HIGHWAY 231, 40 FEET; THENCE EAST, ALL THATCERTAIN PARCEL .OF LAND IN, JACKH"s for Rent includes water. garbage, Call 334-792-7746 ask for Sylvia PARALLEL TO THE SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE SON COUNTY, STATE OF FL, AS MORE FULLY
L lawn care, No Pets 850-592-1639 J FUS IHA 3,0FE;TEC AT L HTCRANPRE FLN N AK
WANTED___ AUT__ __ __O OF BLUFF STREET, 60 FEET; THENCE NORTH, DESCRIBED IN OR BOOK 560 PAGE 0569 1D#
PARALLEL TO THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF 25-SN, BEING KNOWNAND DESIGNATED AS LOT U.S. HIGHWAY 231,40 FEET TO THE SOUTH 15 VALLEY OAKS SUBDIVISION. 1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF BLUFF STREET; THENCE
YOUR TOWING NEEDS WEST, ALONG SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE, 60 Any person claiming an interest in the surplus
M* R HOMES &' RS FEET, TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. THIS BE- from the sale, if any, other than the property
1&" ercjaEgl 70&14V ING THE SAME PROPERTY AS DESCRIBED IN owner as of the date of the lis pendens must
DEED BOOK 303, PAGE 984, AND BOOK 303,' file a claim Within sixty (60) days after the'sale.
2003, 40 ft AUTO BODY & RECYCLINO PAGE 986. The Court, in itsdiscretion, may enlarge the
$95,000. PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS time of the sale. Notice of the changed time of
Call for more info Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 ONE LOT, OR PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN sale shall be published as provided herein.
(775) 721-8359 JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: LOTS 11, DATED:
CALL FOR TOP PRICE 12,13 AND 14, BLOCK !'D", OF THE SHOEMAKER
ADDITION TO COMPASS LAKE, EXCEPT A LOT, By: Tammy Bailey
FOR JUNK VEHICLES 40 BY 60 FEET, IN THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF Deputy-Clerk of the Court
4 WHEEL DRIVE- LOT 13;'ALSO A CERTAIN PARCEL OF LAND DEI ALSO SELL USED PARTS SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: If you are a person with a disability who needs
Jeep 2008 Wrangler Sahara Unlimited: fully 24 HOUR TOWING ,* 334792-4664 1EGINNING AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF in ore to-participate in
loaded, black, 2 door, 62k miles. KBB $22,000. BEGINNNGATTHENORTHEASTCORNER__F this proceeding, you are entitled, atno cost to
AskingMAINAND OAK STREET, AND RUNNING NORTH you, to the provision of certain assistance.
Asking$18,00.Cll334-894-0520 % Chad's Used & 137-FEET; THENCE EAST 264 FEET; THENCE Please contact ADA Coordinator at 850-747AUTOS Salvage Car LLC SOUTHEAST 211 FEET; THENCE ALONG OAK 5338, fax 850-747-5717 or at ADARequest@judl
PAYS TOP DOLLAR $ STREET, RUNNING WEST, 233 FEET, TO THE 4.flcourts.org, P 0. BoX 1089, Pahama City, FL
2000 Honda Odyssey Van -3rd row seating mini for you Junk Vehicals STARTING POINT. ALL OF SAID LAND BEING A 32402 at least 7 days before your scheduled
van, Runs perfect, Asking $5995 or Best Offer PART OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4, OF THE SOUTH- court appearance, or immediately upon receiv-Please call 334-693-9360 for more information. + WE WILL COME AND HAUL m EAST 1/4, SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, ing this notification if thetimebefore'the
6 m i o Chad Gibson 334-684-8481 or 334-588-0047 RANGE 12 WEST. THERE IS EXCEPTED AND RE- scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if
I 2011 Hyundai Genesis
2011eHGrndl Geneisg 3 SERVED FROM THIS CONVEYANCE AND THE you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711.
V-6. 28,880 miles. Interior .Got a Clunk FOREGOING DESCRIPTION, ONE STORAGE OR
excel80m leIntri co- a l unker! SERVANT'S HOUSE LOCATED ON SAID LAND; LF160307
& exterior in excellent con- W011 hyour Junker! AND THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOT OR PARdition. Saddle brown leather power & heated E FLN IRTATRCNEE OI H ICI OR FTEFUTET
seats, automatic transmission, Infinity sound :-We buy wrecked cars : E= FLN=EEOFE OVYDT I H ICI OR FTEFUTE~
sysem ithtouh-sree naigaionsys-mand Farm Equip. at a : CHARLIE NEWTON BY J.N. BLAUM AND WIFE, -JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, INAND FOR JACKSON
kelsssatpwr onrof aree-forfair and honest price! *CLARA C. BLAUM, TO-WIT; (BOUNDED ON THE COUNTY, FLORIDA
mats, and ice cold air conditioning. 18" alloy -: _250 ....&t 'opet ars. LINEsTARTING FoNSRE~oUTH SIDEHoFETBLUFF BY-S ODivslon: -A-14-L
wheels, rear parking sensors, window tint. STREET AND AU POING 18NAFEETEASTEL 21TFORGGECMAIANO-,
$21,000. Contact Craig 334-798-1407. L n,,,,, ,..,,,,,,..CALL 334-714-6285 STREET ATD AUPOIN 180 FEETHEASTER MAINOTAG OPOAIO'
-IIIUUEIIEEIIISII3III~ DIRECTION, ON LINE WITH WELL AND WIND- Delaware Corporation authorized to transact
MILL TO A POINT ON NORTH SIDE OF OAK business in Florida,STREET, 336 FEET, EAST OF MAIN STREET, ON Plaintiff,
W h e ls " ?SOUTH BY OAK STREET, AND EAST, BY LOTS 15
h e l u rn n g AND 10, OF THE SHOEMAKER ADDITION, BEING v.
-A PART OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4, OF THE
,SOUTHEAST 1/4, SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 2 TAKESHA GRAHAM, AKA TAKESHA R.
NORTH, RANGE 12 WEST. THE FOREGOING GRAHAM; et al,-SPROPERTY IS FURTHER DESCRIBED AS FOL- Defendants.
IBOUNDED ON THE NORTH BY BLUFF STREET, -- CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE
40 FOOT LOT, KNOWN AS THARP LOT, ON THE NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance with the ~SOUTH BY OAK STREET, AND ON THE EAST BY Plaintiff's Final Judgment of Foreclosure en; : .... T LINE BETWEEN THIS PROPERTY AND PROPERTY tered on May 15, 2012 in the above-styled
y OWNED BY CHARLIE NEWTON, SAID EAST LINE cause, I will sell to the highest and best bidder 'V STARTING ON SOUTH SIDE OF BLUFF STREET, for cash on January 9, 2014 at 11:00 A.M. (CST),
AT A POINT 180 FEET, EAST OF MAIN STREET, at the Marlanna County Courthouse, 4445 LaAND RUNNING IN A SOUTHEASTERLY DIREC- -fayette Street, Marianna, Fl132446, the follow~ ~ TION, ON LINE WITH WELL AND-WINDMILL, TO -ing described property: Q~A POINT ON NORTH SIDE OF OAK STREET, 336
-FEET, EAST OF MAIN STREET. TOGETHER WITH See Attached Exhibit "A" ~ '~ ~-~ -' ALL IMPROVEMENTS LOCATED THEREON, IN- CLUDING 1/2 INTEREST IN THE ELECTRIC WELL Property Address: 6045 Oscar Road,
AND PUMP (THE REMAINING 1/2 INTEREST Greenwood, Fl132443
OWNED BY CHARLES D. ROBERTS). THIS BEING
THE SAME PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN DEED ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTERST IN THE
BOOK 298, PAGE 886. -- SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE
LESS AND EXCEPT: -OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
COMMENCE AT AN ExIsTING NAIL AND CAP IN WIHN6 ASAFE H AE
-, -~AN EXISTING ROAD, MARKING THE NORTHEAST Dated; November 13, 2013.
CORNER OF SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
RANGE 12 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA, DALE R. GUTHRIE, CLERK THENCE NORTH 05 18' 37" WEST, A DISTANCE JACKSON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT OF 3.40 FEET, TOAN EXISTING NAIL IN THE
CENTERLINE OF SAID ROAD, THENCE NORTH By: Tammy Bailey
87o 49' 47" WEST, A DISTANCE OF 1,156.84 Deputy Clerk
FEET, TO AN EXISTING NAIL, THENCE SOUTH
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THENCE NORTH 730 04' 42" WEST, A DISTANCE
OF 18.00 FEET, TO AN IRON ROD, THENCE
2,381.62 FEET, TO AN IRON ROD, THENCE
SOUTH 670 38' 12" EAST, A DISTANCE 170.94 [n-- ]
FEET, TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT SET ON THE GARAGE
SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF AN EXISTING
GRADED ROAD, AND CALL THIS THE POINT OF S ALES
BEGINNING, THENCE SOUTH 880 10' 09" EAST, TH CL S I ED
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