Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Hopkins sells GMC to Rahal-Miller

Dealership gives

up last GM brand

The Hopkins auto deal-
ership in Marianna sold its
GMC franchise to Rahal-
Miller Chexrolet Buick
Cadillac this week. The
changeover took place
Hopkins will hbe open
Monday, selling used cars
and trucks., and the parts
and service department
will service all makes and
models.. not just GM, said
dealer Eddie Hopkins.
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always evolving entity,"
Hopkins said in a statement
"The auto manufacturers
have been in turmoil for the
past several years and as
they prepare their business
models for the future, they
have publicized the fact
there will be changes.
These changes filter down
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Top: While the Hopkins dealership
in Marianna sold its GMC fran-
chise to Rahal-Miller Chevrolet
Buick Cadillac, it will be open
Monday selling used cars and
trucks, and the parts and service
department will service all makes
and models. Mark
Left The Hopkins automobile deal-
ership has been a fixture in
Jackson County since 1970. This
page is from a special section of
the Jackson County Floridan that
announces the dealership's grand
opening after moving to its current
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A Greenwood resident
was arrested following a
traffic stop Thursday, after
deputies dis-
covered the
woman was %.
wanted on a
charge of
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a motor vehi-
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Smith. 20. of Smith
Dickens Road, Greenwood.
was stopped on U.S.
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section of Highway 71.
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warrant for a vehicle theft in
Jackson County, according
to a release from the
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Sheriff's office canine
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"IlcL air sniff' around the
vehicle. Toby alerted to the
possible presence of nar-
cotics, JL.,-rding to the
During a search of the
vehicle, deputies found
drug paraphernalia and
"evidence linking Smith to
other area burglaries,"
according to the release.
Smith was arrested and
transported to the Jackson
County Correctional

Chamber of Commerce welcomes new chairman

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new chainniman and new board .."
Ner: ch arman John Milton, presi-
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Series FI- ida\ morning. Milton served!N
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Clemmons. senior ice president of
Chipola College. Clemmons will now v
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Florida Public Lt-itihes Gail Ward. of
T.atun', Hard,,are. Ann Jones. of
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telephone (8501 526-3614
FAX. (850) 482-4478
E-mail editonal aIcflor:can.corn
Mailing Address
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Street Address
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna. FL 32446
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Monday, Jan. 10
The Sneads Carlisle Rose Garden Club
begins the new year with a covered-dish
luncheon, 11 a.m. at the Sneads Log Cabin.
Plans on how to celebrate Arbor Day (Jan. 21)
will be made; new ideas about Sneads' beau-
tification plan will be shared.
Lions Club of Marianna meets every sec-
ond and fourth Monday of the month, at noon
in Jim's Buffet & Grill. Call 482-2005.
Late registration for Chipola College
spring classes continues today through Jan.
11. Applications available at www.chipola:edu.
Call 718-2311.
Auditions for "Little Shop of Horrors" at
the Chipola theater are 5 p.m. Jan. 10 and 6
p.m. Jan. 11. The musical .-iil run March 9-
13. Call 718-2227 or e-mail sirmonc@chipo-
City of Jacob officials convene their regu-
lar meeting at 6 p.m. Call 263-6636.
C :,mnind-ipe city officials convene their reg-
ular meeting at 6 p.m. in the commission
room. Call 352-4361.
Concerned American Patriots of Jackson
County Inc. meets at 6 p.m. in the Jackson
County Aigriculture Center on Hwy. 90 West in
Marianna. Frantz Emmanuel Kebreau, author,
small business owner, Navy Commander,
pilot, and grandson of a former President of
Haiti, will present "Stolen History: Revealing
the Truth to Unite America We Won't
Recognize True Freedom Until We Know our
True Histoiy." Public welcome.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8
to 9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
Tuesday, Jan. 11
The Optimist Club of Jackson County

board meets at noon in First Capital Bank.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
:hreing or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens Center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
Teresa Carver teaches free Latin dance
classes, 3:15 p.m. Tuesday at Jackson
County Senior Citizens Center, 2931 Optimist
Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
Late registration for Chipola College
spring classes ends today at noon.
Afplii:traiur; available at
Call 718-2311.
The Town of Sneads Local Planning
Agency convenes a public hearing at 5:01
p.m. Sneads Town Council meets in regular
session after the hearing.
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees'
Joint Conference Committee meeting is at
5:30 p.m. in the Hospital classroom.
Emerald Coast Hospice's monthly volun-
teer meeting is 5:30 p.m. at 4374 Lafayette St.
in Marianna. Hospice staff will present "First
Impressions." Public welcome. Dinner provid-
ed. Call 526-3577.
Marianna High School Project Graduation
meets, 6 p.m. at MHS.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Marianna
Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6 to 8 p.m. in the First
United Mevironr:'i Church Youth Hall, Clinton
Street, behind the Marianna Post Office. Call
The Autism Support Group for parents or
caregivers of children on the autism spectrum
meets every second Tuesday, 6 to 7:30 p.m. in
the First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall
in Marianna (Clinton Street entrance, across
from Hancock Bank). Call 526-2430., for "Little Shop of Horrors" at
the Chipola theater are at 6 p.m. The musical
will run March 9-13. Call 718-2227 or e-mail
Marianna's American Legion Smith Kelley
Post 100 meets the second Tuesday of each
month, 7 p.m. in the American Legion building
on the west end of the Agricultural Center
parking lot on US 90 West. All vets, spouses
welcome. Meal provided. Guest speaker:
Joshua Ben King. who spent the last 10 years
as missionary in South Africa.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8
to 9 p.m. at the First United l',lethrodi, Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
Wednesday, Jan. 12
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Emerald Coast Hospice hosts "Hot Tea and
Gentle Stretching Techniques," 10 a.m. at the
Calhoun County Senior Center. Call 526-3577.
Chipola College retirees (faculty and staff)
meet for lunch, 11:30 a.m. at the Gazebo
Coffee Shoppe & Deli in downtown Marianna.
Spouses, friends welcome.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
noon to 1 p.m. at the First United Mei'hr:diist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St.. Marianna, in the
AA room.
Thursday, Jan. 13
The Jackson County Library Board .'.ill
hold a workshop at 1:30 p.m. in the Jackson
County Commission Chambers. Agenda
includes: Feb. 17 fundraiser and other special
projects. Public welcome.
A short Tai Chi for Arthritis class is offered
at the Jackson County Senior Citizens center,
3:15 p.m. Wear flat shoes and loose, comfort-
able .Iothing No charge. Call 557-5644.


The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Jan.
7. the latest available
report: One accident
without injury, one stolen
vehicle, two reckless driv-
ers,,. ie suspicious per-
sons. two funeral escorts.
one burglary,. three vehi-
cle burglaries. fice erbal
disturbances,. three bur-
glar alarms. 27 traffic
stops. two larcenies, one
criminal mischief com-
plaint, one trespassing
complaint, one obscene or
threatening calls, one
found or abandoned
property, two follow up
investigations, twvo juxe-
nile complaints, one
assault, tVo dog com-
plaints. tM o frauds. t'.,
assists,, of other ,tencie-.
eight public sericc l:,dls
and one patrol request,
JA \CKS()N ((1)'NFY
I he J acksn (Counz.
Sheritf's (t I t e and .L u -
t1 Fire RescueI repr'.:
the tollo'.,ing ncii nt
tor Jan -. the latest .c-.:td-

able report (Some of
these calls may be related
to after-hours calls taken
on behalf of Graceville
and Cottondale Police
Departments): One stolen
vehicle. 12 abandoned
vehicles., one reckless
driver. eight suspicious
vehicles. two suspicious
incidents,. two suspicious
persons. three funeral
es,,corts, one mental ill-
ness case. four burglaries.
one physical disturbance.
one verbal disturbance.
one woodland fire. one
.chicle fire. one drug
offense. 25 medical
cals. six burglar .
alarms. 2-1 traffic "
stop,. ()ne Jaren *
three riminal mis- CRIK
chi fc ,iim plaint..- 11 I I
papers -er.ed. four
civil disputc-, five t res -

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service calls. seven trans-
ports. fixe threat/harass-
ment complaints, and two
VIN verifications.
The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
Kenneth Henke. 78.
2374 S.E. Manor Axe..
Port St. Lucie. DUI.
Cassandra \ hite. 2 .
1999 () Hara A\e.. Sneads.
sentenced to 60 das
Timoth' B,,ntrager.
4;. 3025 State
-. Correctional Rad.
-, Manranna. hl d ftor
( Calhoun Count).
ME Chri 'opher
Klhngnmbth. 2.
'7 Eden Road.
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4564 Dickens Road.
Greenwood. grand theft.
possession of drug para-
Terry Thomas. 21.
5858 Panda Lane.
Bascom. resisting without
violence. possession of
firearm by a convicted
felon, possession of a con-
cealed firearm. poses-
sion of a firearm .with
altered serial number.
fuj i'; e from justice in
Jason Thomas. I1.
51 1 Marcus Drie.t
Greenwv.od, po4,s O i, n tf
a concealed firearm, poF-
-, i,- n cf a firearm vith
altered snral number,
Qt,inton Div.n. 22.
6657 Kirkland RPoad.
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concealed firearms., p -
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burglary of a dwelling.
burglary of a dv.welling.
grand theft.
Ronald Grant. 21.
1788 Highvway 73.
Marianna. DLI. posses-
sion of les than 20 grams
of. possession of a con-
trolled substance. poses-
sion of prescription medi-
cine v. without a prescrip-
tion. possesion of drug
Mercedes Smith. 20.
4564 Dickson Road.
Green. ood. burglary of
dwelling, grand theft.
farneka 'Vwnliam. 22.
4367 K-ent Drn'.
Marianna. fleeing or
attemptng to elCude

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cIi Sta tlurda,. Janl 29.
iPeoplc mtcrcted in attend-
Ini sould ai-C\e at the lnew
Strickll and Road Parking
Arca, about i 25 nmles west
of Highwa, 2),1. north of
highway 20 Just off
Strickland Road. b\ 9 a.m.
Signs will be displayed on
thghway 20 at Strickland
Road. Puarticipant.,s should be

prepared to v.sal'k about a
quarlcr-mile around the
I. ntfina Springs cmnple\x to
,. i spruini restoratiotln arid
ptecition ime.lsuli and new,
Iecieaiion t. lilies at Pilltt and
S \lan springs. People need-
IL provisitonis tfor the handi-
.ip[pXsd should call in
ad iance.
I hie I I a.mI workshop
bxei'ns sA ithli tour iot \Villitord
Sp[ilig, w'. which is hated ioff
Stlickland Road aiout thice-
IMurtlis o a mile north of
th.hway 20. Preliminnary
eininiieering designs will be
presented and the public will
hbe invited ltcomnient on pro-
isetd spring istcoration and
protection plans. These
include spring and stream-
bank restoration and protec-
tion mea-sures, a limestone
access deck and steps into the
spring pool, and two elevated
viewing decks. Other facili-
ties include picnic pavilions, a
composting toilet, a board-
walk to a canoe dock on the
spring run and nature trails.
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spring re., ir -.'" -aid
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"Public input o these pre-
luiinary \ illitord Springm
designs ill help us complete
and linali/c desins,." said
William () "Bill" ('lecklec,
director t the D)i sion olf
Land Management and
Alter public and District
( ;ovemine oa13rd comments.
prelimmain designs will be
presented to the ad hoc Spring
Restoration Group and
Florida Department ofi
Environmental Protection
pennitting stall before pro-
ceeding to final design. This
process will allow the district
to proceed to permitting. bid-
ding and possible construc-
tion by fall 2011. subject to
funding. Another workshop
will be held onsite at a later
date to receive public input on
final designs.


Ihe L.S. Department of
Labor has upgraded its re-
employment WVeb portal to
provide access to assistance
bey ond career and job
searches. The
mpl iomnclt site ni.ow offers a
single source for information
on jobs., career training.
unemplt.ient benefits andf
assistance withl necessities
such as lotod, housing. health

Emerald Coast
Hospice to host
volunteer meeting

Emecrald Coast Hosplice
w ill host its monthly \olun-
teer meeting at 5:30 p.m.
Monday Jan. I1. at its
Marianna office, at 43'74
Lafa \ette St.
Hospice staff \sill present
"First Impressions."
.\ er, one is- welcome.
Fmner.ild Coa( t Hospice
pro\ ides hs-pime sen ice it
Jackson. C(.lhoun.
\W.htlgeton .iand Htollime,
cotunitle. .'nd 11 a.I 't it' s 1uiI-
leel s pls a ital role in pro-
\ idig those srl ices, pcr-
t\o miii .1 s wide langce io ]ob
Dinner will be rn' i lded. 1T'
leanm nI .r .d'iN' u \t'lunteer-
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care and utility payments.
The resources will prove use-
ful to everyone from recently
laid-off workers and unem-
ployment insurance
claimants to individuals who
have exhausted their unem-
ployment benefits and those
seeking to change careers.
"Being laid off is devastat-
ing. It cuts off an individ-
ual's, and often a family's,
income. It also affects virtu-
ally every other critical
aspect of daily life.'" said

Secretary of Labor Hilda L.
Solis. "This newly revamped
site streamlines the daunting
task of finding information
about everything from career
support to government bene-
fits. It brings all of this infor-
mation together in one
The portal offers informa-
tion and guidance related to
such varied topics as food
stamps: the Low Income
Home Energy Assistance
Program: continuing health

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h' .:uJ i''n, r "Litnk Sh, p
, HII rrtIr,) Jan. l .it 5 p iI
and Jan. 11 at 6 p.m.
The loig-runnin ( )ti-
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ong'.triling ltealm of Al.
NMenken and Hov.,ard AQshani
,.ill run March 9-13. 201 1. in
the ("hirpla Theatre.
hie story centers on floral
shop emiplosc SeCinmour. s tM1
disco\ ers an exotic plant
species at a tlea llmarket and
brines it back to .Munhnik's
Skid Row Ilorst. .here the
i steCrioius plant dra.,s in
curiosity seekers and cus-
tomers. Mr. Mushnik is thrilled
with the new business, but
soon. Seymour learns the plant
has an unusual appetite that
must be satisfied. The plant.
named "Audrey 2." having
developed a mind and a
rhythm-and-blues singing
voice of its own, demands that
Seymour fulfill its cravings,
promising wealth and fame in
Parts available include

insurance coverage under the
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('ommis'un recognize that. with all
the new bhusine,,es and new develop-
ment in the dowv.ntowvn area, the matter
ot parking needs to be addressed.
In one case. the city will simply for-
mali/e an already existing and infor-
meal arrangement, by purchasing the
property v here many ot Bistro Palm's
patrons are already choosing to park.
Now, instead ot parking on the grass,
patrons w ill hopefully have paved
asphalt to) park on.
lhe area around the farmers market,
due to be completed this spring, will
prove trickier. The city is pursuing an
agreement with First Presbyterian
churchh in which the city will build
parking on church property with the
understanding that the church will use
it on Sundays.
This seems more ol a stopgap solu-
tion than a long-term one. And it only
addresses some of the potential park-
ing problems near the farmers market.
There is still the rest of the down-
town area to consider, where parking
spaces remain few and far between,
given the concentration of businesses,
the courthouse, and city and county
offices located within just a few
square blocks.
The problem still awaits a more per-
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Obamacare mess is Democrats' legacy


As Republicans take power
in the House and play a more
influential role in the Senate,
it's good to think back a year.
As 2010. began. it was not at all
clear that big Republican victo-
ries were on the way only
that the GOP was at its lowest
point in a long, long time.
Roundly defeated in 2008.
House Republicans were pow-
erless to stop a huge
Democratic majority from pass-.
ing the national health care bill
in November 2009. Then. in
late December of that year,
Senate Republicans were just as
powerless to stop a filibuster-
proof majority of 60 Democrats
from puslhng that far-reaching
and deeply unpopular piece of
legislation through the Senate.
With the passage of
Obamacare. GOP lawmakers
learned what defeat really
The country is still learning
the full extent of the damage. A
new analysis by the Washington
Post shows that a provision of

Who's crying

In the new Congress,
Republican House Speaker
John A. Boehner dabbed his
eyes liberally, something his
Democratic female predecessor
from San Francisco never did.
House Democrats and
Republicans finally agreed on
something they love the,
U.S. Constitution! and cele-
brated with a bipartisan, round-
robin reading. Next. they plan
to share the pain of cutting
their office budgets 5 whole
percent. Isn't political change
The new. Republican-con-
trolled House gets an A on the
symbolism of change. The sub-
stance'? That's another story.
yet to unfold. It won't be easy
for Republicans to aoid grid-
lock and change how
Washington actually works.
The Senate and White Houtse
are controlled bh Democrats.
But the atmosphencs of change
pervaded the theatrical debut of
the 112th Congre'.
In the House. slogan change

Obamacare dealing with high-
risk patients is attracting far
fewer participants than expect-
ed but still costs vastly more
than projected a bad omen
for the law's other programs.
And that is on top of earlier
reports showing that
Obamacare will actually bend
the.cost curve upward. not
downward: that many compa-
nies are curtailing or planning
to curtail coverage offered to
employees and retirees: and that
its core provision the indi-
vidual mandate might well
be unconstitutional.
Obamacare is the product of
a brief moment of total
Democratic dominance in
Was rjgon. Key to that domi-
tnancdrs a 60-seat, filibuster-
proof Senate majority. It wasn't
a sure bet for Democrats;
despite victories in 2008. the
party's hopes for that majority
depended on the defection of
formerly Republican Sen. Arlen
Specter and the outcome of a
contested race in Minnesota.
After a controversial recount,
Al Franken became the 60th

Democratic senator on July 7.
2(X)9. giving Democrats an
unassailable edge.
But that majority disappeared
just 49 days later when, on
Aug. 25. 200)9. Massachusetts
Democratic Sen. Ted Kennedy
died. State law called for a spe-
cial election to fill the empty
seat. That would have taken
months, and as public opposi-
tion to Obamacare grew.
Democrats became increasingly
anxious to pass the bill as
quickly as possible. Luckily for
them. Democrats in the
Massachusetts legislature came
to the rescue, changing the law
to allow the immediate appoint-
ment of Democrat Paul Kirk.
Sworn in on Sept. 24. 2009,
Kirk gave Democrats 60 votes
once more.
After Obamacare passed the
House on Nov. 7 over the
opposition of 39 Democrats and
all but one Republican -
Senate Democrats raced to get
the job done. Threatening to
keep the Senate in session
through the holidays, they final-
ly passed the bill in the early

hours ol C(hristmals alve.
Later. w without a d(cisi\e
Senate mliajori\t. Democrats
were forced to use procedural
maneuvers to put the final
touches on O(bamliacare. But
they were just tweaking what
had only been possible with a
60-vote majority.
The last such achievement.
Medicare. passed in 1965 with
bipartisan support on the foun-
dation of a huge Democratic
majority that lasted many years.
Obamacare barely scraped by.
Now a new. more balanced
Congress will consider what to
do with Obamacare. House
Republicans will likely vote to
repeal the bill. and IDemocrats.
still in control of the Senate and
White House. will fight furious-
ly to keep their achievement
untouched. As the battle goes
on. it will be good to remember
the circumstances and lessons
of the bill's passage. Given a
brief window of opportunity, a
determined group of lawmakers
can do damage that might take
years to undo.

now? In House, symbols change first
accompanied regime change. focused on lowering costs and closely. The )Demociatic
"Cut and grow" replaced "pay protecting American jobs. Congressional campaigngn
as you go." From now on, new Well. not exactly. House Coninintlcc triiijpCe'd
spending increases are sup- Republicans do plan a vote Jan. "HYPOCRISY AI.IRT' this
posed to be offset by spending 12 on whether to repeal the week after it asked lic.hinan
cuts. In the old days of the Affordable Care Act. but it's HIouse members who ran
11 th Congress. spending was repeal-only. not repeal and against health care reforni
supposed to be offset by higher reform. The Republican leader- whether the, were enrolling i in
revenues, and the federal ship says no changes in the bill the government's health
deficit soared. Is "cut and will be allowed. Departing plan. The DUC('c found nl
grow" real change or merely White House press secretary four freshmen who had told
verb change'? Robert Gibbs called the House news outlets they won't lake
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I ne Kepublicans 'Peuge to
America" campaign manifesto
promised to slash federal
spending to pre-stimulus. pre-
bailout levels. saving "at least
S100 billion in the first year
The whoosh of backpedaling
began almost as soon as
Boehner banged his big gavel.
Republicans suddenly realized
that three months of the fiscal
sear have flown. Did they sa\
$100 billion'? Make that $50"
billion. Maybe.
The "Pledge to America"
states: "We offer a plan to
repeal and replace the goemrn-
ment takeover of health care
with common sense solutions

vote a bit 01 nhui anu putt as
it has no chance of becoming
law. Neither the Senate nor
President Obama will go along
with repeal.
Then there's the inconven-
ient fact of the cost. The
Congressional Budget Office
said Thursdas that repeal
would increase the federal
budget deficit by roughly $145
billion between 2012 and 2019.
Add in another S80 billion to
S90 billion for 2020 and 2021.
and the total pncetag of repeal
jumps to S230) billion. Details.
Republicans disputed the num-
bers and i,'.'.ed tl march for-
,'.ard. Needle- to a',.
Democrat, are *.. aching all this

the generous insurance benefit.
.Most freshmen stayed itinm.
Staying mum is not an eas',
task in this tv.eetful time.
Which raises another question.
Should hard-wvorking taxpayers,
be footimn the hill for members
of Congress to t'.'.eet?. In the
spirit of sa' ings. wouldn'tt
members pay fnor their o'.. n
BlackBerr1s. as man\
Americans do? (O)n a related
note. b,. ho'. much ha'.e ,ou
cut sour personal budget since
the financial meltdown .' Mi
guess: It's more than the 5 per-
cent the lHou-e prom'-Ie' to cut
it. rperation. Ju-t -a in .
Some thri'- don't chance.


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friends to "Pl ease don't be
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Masonic banquet

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Jamaica Bible C(ollege with
an A.A., and from Florida
Theological College in
Graceville with a B.A.
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Mexico and Guatemala has
also taught at Port Antonio
High School in Jamaica. He
is the president of the Bi-
County Choir and Usher
Union. and serves as associ-
ate pastor at the Jerusalem
Missionary Baptist Church
in Chipley. where the Rev.
Henry Taylor is pastor.
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a rehabilitation therapist at
Sunland in Narianna. He is
carried to Tessa Washington
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two daughters: Lydia
\\Vddcrbur. a student at the
I ni\ersitv of West Florida.
and Crs,,tal Wedderburn. a
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Fiery package in DC triggers memories of anthrax


PoI tal z workerss who
r'-turnried to work
Saturdia aid a package
that li'rmted at a govern-
inieit mail tacililt con-
jurecl painful memories
ou the anthrax attacks
that killed two Iof their
tolleaiuCl s in 2001.
1 he tiery package
found f-riday. which was
addressed to Homeland
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Napolitano. followed
twvo packages that ignit-
ed Thursday in
Maryland state govern-
ment mailrooms. It halt-
ed government mail
until bomb-sniffing dogs
could sweep the D.C.
tacilit y.
Mail processing
resumed Saturday
morning after a meeting
with workers, the local
postmaster and the
workers' union.
Postal workers union
President Dena Briscoe

said that the meeting
was helpful but that the
fiery package worried
man\ employees. She
said most of the postal
workers also were sort-
ing D.C. mail back in
2001. when letters con-
taining anthrax were
sent to lawmakers and
news organizations as
the nation was still reel-
ing from the 9/11 attacks.
"One of the ladies was
crying because these
episodes are bringing
those feelings and those

Washington Mayor Vincent Gray, right, and Chief of Police Cathy Lanier, talk with
the media near a postal sorting facility in Washington, Friday. A package ignited at the
facility, a day after fiery packages sent to Maryland's governor and transportation
secretary burned the fingers of workers who opened them. AP 'Phoo/Aex Brandon

Brash congressman won't

lead immigration panel

emotion, and those
memories back."
Briscoe said. "\Ve want
them to feel safe and
secure and be able to
trust management to
respond properly\ if this
were to happen again."
Postal officials installed
new sensors and other
safety equipment in the
wake of the anthrax
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Republicans eliminated a
potential liability with
Latino voters Friday by
refusing to give the top
spot on an immigration
subcommittee to a con-
gressman who once pro-
posed stopping illegal
immigrants with an elec-
trified fence.
The expectation was
that Rep. Lamar Smith of
Texas. House Judiciary
Committee chairman,
would choose fellow
Republican Rep. Steve
King of Iowa to be the
next chairman of the
Judiciary Committee's
subcommittee on immi-
gration, citizenship and
other related issues.
Instead he chose
California Rep. Elton
Gallegl\'. w ho is consid-
ered an immigration
haw k. but w ho is less like-

ly to make explosive com-
ments that make him an
easy target for critics.
Efforts by The
Associated Press and
King to talk about the
development Friday were
unsuccessful. A spokes-
woman for Smith did not
return phone and e-mail
messages from the AP
requesting comment.
Michael Steel, a
spokesman for House
Speaker John Boehner,
said the choice for the
subcommittee chairman-
ship was Smith's. He said
Boehner did not make a
By choosing Gallegly.
Republicans get a sub-
committee chairman
whose public comments
are less likely to be incen-
diary and won't GOP hurt
efforts to become more
Latino-friendly. while
depriving Democrats of
an easy target in the run-
up to the 2012 presidential

Alfonso Aguilar, execu-
tive director of the Latino
Partnership for
Conservative Principles,
said the decision is a clear
message Republican lead-
ership doesn't want to
antagonize Latinos.
King was the top
Republican on the same
immigration subcommit-
tee in the last Congress
and was expected to be in
charge when Republicans
took control of the House.
He once suggested on
the House floor that an
electrified fence could be
put on the border to stop
illegal immigrants. "We
do that with livestock all
the time," he said then.
King also accused
President Barack Obama
of favoring blacks and
referred to settlement of a
discrimination lawsuit
filed by black farmers and
Native Americans as

SC mayor: Odor sickens

basketball players, fans

iAP, Dozens of fans
were being screened
Friday\ night by emer-
genc\ responders after
odor from a \entilation
unit sickened several
players and spectators at
a high school basketball
At least two people
were taken to the hospi-
tal after the odor spewed
troIm the and air
c Onr It nin gI unit at
Ride'.clandi High School
in the southeastern part
of the state. Ma'.or G(ar,
HodgLC-s told, The
.\sso i.ted Pre,,. No
,ci i'iL1 ii" lu-iutrI '. ere
repr'orted. and h4 did not

suspect foul play.
Between 200 and 300
people were at the game
when the unit at the
three-year-old school
turned on. sickening a
basketball player and
then others, the mayor
said. Illnesses ranged
from naseau. vomiting to
skin irritation.
"We don't know what
we're dealing with."
Hodges aid.
The players and fans
were mno\ed from the
gmill to another part of
the school. and small
groups Cswere ,oing
through a decontaminna-
tion prices th t
in\' o\ Cs answ, ring qu .-

tions from emergency
responders. Those feel-
ing ill must go through a
more rigorous process
that involves taking off
their clothes to look for
redness and spots.
Irritation subsided for
the several people who
initially had it after the'.
lef: the gym.
Hodges said local haz-
ardous materials teams
'..e-re on hand. and the
state Department of
Health and
En ironmental Control
a on its waa'.
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The incident caused
approximately $9.(XX) in
damage to the truck. The
vehicle was insured, but the
city had to pay a $1.0(X)
deductible, according to City
Manager J.R. Moneyhanm.
Moneyham said the city
encountered quite a bit of
additional costs as a result of
the incident. The truck had to
be taken out of state several
times to t)be tested to ensure it
wa.s in compliance. Also, the
city's best fire truck was out
of service for several weeks.
he said.
Since Wright was sus-
pended from office in April.
Grand Ridge has been oper-
ating with a four-person
council. Council member
Kim Applewhite was
appointed interim mayor


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bcturc becoming a dealer
Eddic ha, been v.,ith the
dealership for 33 \,car,.
The Hopkin. ,aid their
relationship has, alvas,,
heen triendl with all the
other dealerships in tow n.
including Rahal-Miller.
"'WeVc've all g,,t the same
trouble,,' hlop said.
IEddie ,aid lhe\ all know
cait.h other and are Iriends.
C\Cen ha\ling lunch with
people from other dealer-
ships. "Wec're not really
minpeCttors." he added.
The real competition is
the Dothan, Panama C'ity
and T'allahassee dealer-
ships,,. Eddie said.
lie said people are going
to buy the car brand they
like, so they've been doing
everything they can for
years to keep business in

after Crist's executive order.
No action was taken to
elect a new mayor, because
Wright was only on suspen-
sion. Now the council has
some direction because the
new governor's decision is
permanent, Moneyham said.
The council has a regular
meeting Thursday at 6 p.m.
Moneyham said the council
will discuss how to proceed
in filling the vacancy.
Moneyham said the city
probably wouldn't hold a
special election because the
regular election is coming up
in the next few months
Wright's term would have
expired on June 1. Grand
Ridge normally holds elec-
tions in April.
Moneyham said every-
thing in Grand Ridge has
been in good order, with few
issues since the "unfortunate
circumstances" the city had
to deal with early in 2010.

Sr.k Ri- )Ri

A Marianna resident
, was arrested, after a traf-
fic stop early Friday
morninie lead to the dis-
covery of marijuana and
multiple prescription
drugs in his vehicle.
Just before I a.m.
Friday, officers with the
Marianna Police
Department were observ-
ing traffic near Jefferson
Street and U.S. Highway
A 2000 Toyota was
reportedly seen swerving
and almost hit the curb at
the intersection of
Jackson and Jefferson
streets, according to a
press release from the
police department.
The driver was identi-
fied as Ronald Eudon
Grant III. Officers
searched Grant and he
was asked to remove a
large bulge from his
A bag of marijuana
allegedly fell out of a cig-
arette pack, and an addi-
tional bag of marijuana

l was repiort-
edl\ tound
Win the
^ p a c k .
I accor ldin
to the
A search
Ronald of the
Eudon e h i C Ic
Grant III re sealed
s e v e r a I
types of pills, including
Oxycodone. Xanax and
Ritalin. according to the
Grant. 23. of 1788
Highway 73. Marianna.
was charged with posses-
sion of less than 20 grams
of marijuana, possession
of drug paraphernalia.
driving under the influ-
ence of a controlled sub-
stance, knowingly driving
while license suspended
or revoked, three counts
of possession of a con-
trolled substance, and
possession of prescription
medication without a
Grant was transported
to Jackson County
Correctional Facility.

Homecoming queen

Cara McCormick accepts her accolades after being
crowned Malone High School's 2010-2011
Homecoming Queen. Contributed Photo

Foreclosure mediation program expanding

foreclosure cases are being added to
an experimental mortgage foreclo-
sure mediation program that operates
in six of Florida's 20 court circuits.
The Collins Center for Public
Policy, a Tallahassee think tank, runs
the program and announced the

expansion Friday.
Government-backed mortgage
giant Fannie Mae has directed its loan
services to participate in the pre-
foreclosure mediation.
Program director Ned Pope call it a
"game changer" that'will save home-
owners. lenders and the courts time

and money.
The program operates in two cir-
cuits covering 10 western Panhandle
counties and four circuits serving
Miami-Dade. Hlardee. Highlands,
Polk. DleSoo. Manatee. Sarasota,
Indian River. Marlin. Okeechobee
and St. I .ucic counties.

Meals found with insects at Orange Co. Jail

ORLANDO Central Florida
authorities say inmates did not end up
eating any insects found in meals deliv-
ered to the Orange County Jail.
Jail spokesman Allen Moore says
inmates and staff at the Whitcomb unit
found insects on some food trays. The

trays were collected and about 2(X)
meals were replaced. Moore says the
insect problem didn't impact any of the
other 3.400 meals being served Friday.
The foxxl wa s delivered by Trinity
Foxod Service. In a statement, the com-
pany said it was "extremely con-

cerned" when notified about the infes-
tation and imunediately prepared new
A res icy found that the .delivery
truck was the rxoot ol the problem. '[lhe
truck has been 1umigated and ,
but a new truck %'..ill sre ice the facility.

Florida Democrats picks new party chairman


ORI.ANDO Defeated. but not
dejected. Florida Democrats elected
former Sen. Rod Smith as their chair-
man Saturday .just two months after
enduring one of their worst election
e.arrs ecer
Deinocrat, lost all fie statewide
seats on the November ballot and lost
ground in the state Legislature and
Congress W\hile party leaders and offi-
cial, spent the morning talking about
what went wrong citing a national
Republican tsunami among a list of rea-
sons -- the' looked ahead with enthu-
silitm to 2012 and cheered call to re-
clect President Bairack Ob.ama .and Sen.
Bill Nelson
"lTod.a is the end ,Ot our period of
mourning I haIec pouted long enough"
Smith tIO'd .:cti It,,. T ron,'m this dai\ for-
w.ard. '.Ae '.ill not again be dispirited.
disw\.iaed >or discourai.ced in reaching
our c coal of t urminm this state
around in 212 \\e 111must think
ti \l.i, we i must ,ac.t .I'Anc t .i and we.
miist mii''e tiwi.Ard .ir rs ,.
Smith is 1 i l.:'. ser ifrIm \i,;chu.a 'ho
rcpresrcentcd th'e ( ;ine. ilic area until
201'l.. 'hein' he r. .in i 'r e, crn',r .iand Iost
the primary t'o i' ( Jun lD)a>is ,
This elcLioni he s'.,as )De' t'cr.tic
guberna.torial nominece \Ale\ Sink's run-
ning mate. As a sen.latr. Smith 'as con-
sidered a moderate kno n tfor e.'inig
able to work with Republicans.
Smith replaces former
Congress,, Karcn Thurmnan. w ho
has led the pN since .Ma. 21ix5.

Before his election. party officials
and strategist talked about what went
wrong for Democrats last year.
Part' executive director Scott
Arceneaux said Republicans did an
excellent job of nationalizing the elec-
tion. so while Democrat, argued that
GOP leaders controlling Florida go'-
eminent "screwed up" the state while in
power the last 12 years, the message
was lost.
More people are getting their infor-
mation from national news stations.
and less from local newspapers and TV.
and Republicans took advantage of
that. Arceneaux said. Among other
points he and strategist Steve Schale
Republican turnout increased
while D)emocratic tum'Out decreased
Democrats ,'.re outpent bi a 2-1
Republic,.ins, dramatically
increased their ,. _tior,. m.rir.'s in ci'un-
ties that histitncll ,uppo'r the GOP races '. here took. Denm.-r,:aci'
helped drime up turnout fo'r the GOP .
Still. Dem ,.rats tried ,, keepR a -
ise \ite of 2012 Smith ,.:.J he 'r ni
needs to sItr.t reach ,'u: t', Hisparni,
.Ind youngerr r.oters .irJ d.' .a ber 1
ot getting out e.rls'. ',w e,
Sink .and the threc.: Derr ...ra' '.
list C'abinet ra,.cs .:s r.:ei : hL:
cr,.v'd. th.inkinuc then f tihr.'e::. ar s''
and 'ow. ing ti keepin 'i.h: :n: ir.
"FriLnds ,we h,'.,e : .': r.
a.nd some ra,ces to' '. .: I' : : -
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Former FIorida Democratic Par+y Chair-.'-,om'-. Karern T- "-,'-, o' D,'-nellon passes the
cgavel to Rod Smith o1 Ganres, e-. 01o acs -r- " e -*ed Sarrda/, Jan. 8, 2011
o scc--eed her as chairra'- s a State Exec- -,e Co'".'-fe -'--'ena in Kissimmee, Fla.
iT.rman resigned /4/ .o /eJr's lef : re- 'e-- 'co -/ g ae: .e Deoc-rats suffered
a tRe pols on rNo, 2 2' C. -r-tth, a fo'"-" s:c'e :e'-'s- c eased 'o delvei Florida's
e ectora votes to Pre:de'-" Co.a'a anrd US Se B.' *e'-. e-eec'ed in 2012.
- AP Photo/Tallahassee Democrat, Bill Cotterell


There were no obituaries or death
notices submitted to the Floridan as of
the deadline at 4 p.m. yesterday.

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Clete at I dearr- ct
for the sc" ,inA hunt

upon the.'. ..c but nceissar
ride downarner

hollered over the ,ouke-
belching, ant t:.r.. pold
"Aw, shut up," I hollered
bicgk You've been cold
befo reI"
He retorted with sonie-
'hing quite nasty, turned up

bare-bones fashion. Minus
such "trappings" as auxiliary
heat or spare (t I. ,-,ic we
tied off up a well-concealed
feeder creek and slogged

Bass fishing is g,, l.I The fish
are deep and mostly suspend-
ed in standing timber in large
concentrations. Locating
shad is the key. The large-
mouths, in general, can be
found beneath the big shad
schools. Jigging spoons and
drop-shot rigs are the two
most recommended baits and
methods at present. Four-
inch worms are suggested for
use while drop-shotting.
Deep-running crankbaits
have also produced a few
nice catches as well.
Crappies are fair and the
fish remain active. Follow the
baitfish and look for the crap-
pie schools directly beneath
them in deep water. Minnows
are th'b best bait choice.
Bream, catfish, white bass
and hybrids remain slow for
Bass fishing is fair, especially
on the south end of the lake.
In the afternoon, try jigs and
jerkbaits fished near old-
growth weedlines. Rat-L-
Traps are producing in some
of the sheltered creek coves.
Suspended deeper fish may
be found in spots and will hit
spoons from time to time. On
main-lake points fish deep-
running crankbaits and hit
the ledges with Carolina-
rigged worms for the best
Crappies should soon
become more aggressive
biters, especially in water
temperatures of 50-plus

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"Get-- .C 'a! I a l e Ic
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his stald rlin .Jau

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replied with a superior sin rk
of accomplishment.
"Where'." I quened.
Clete pointed across a 40-
yard expanse of black water.
A nice X-point lay dead on
the far bank.
"Uh, I hate to burst your
bubble," I said, "but I sup-
pose you know we can't get
the boat up here. We'll have
to wade across and get him.
We'll also have to strip off
so we'll have dry clothes to
put on when we get back."
In typical Cletus fashion,
he responded with, "You
sayin' you ain't man
Me'? Not man enough?
What nerve.
We peeled off everything

degrees. Look for them in
sizable schools beneath large
shad concentrations. Use live
Hybrids, white bass,
bream and catfish continue
slow at present.
RIVER Bass fishing is
fair. Largemouths may be
caught along ledges in spots
where the current is not too
fast. Fish spoons or jig-and-
pig combos and work the
baits very slowly. Bass fish-
ing up the creeks can
ductive at times, but the bite
there is more sporadic than
on the river itself. Up the
creeks, use worms and
Catfishing can be fair to
good up and downriver, par-
ticularly during warmer peri-
ods of the day. For larger
cats, go downstream
bluff walls near river bends.
Tailwater catfishing is slow
to fair. Use frozen shad,
worms, or prepared baits.
Crappies will bite moder-
ately well when concentra-
tions of fish can be located.
Bream fishing remains

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

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S'': , ;.:' l ii, rc:bound the ball
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unbclic.ab "c ll- in thye first
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hai o' "i .. _,cdr: i lead in the first period u.
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pers'n .nn l i-suc'. \'c still
had a lot of our kc\ guy,
therc WVc just didn t get
production out ot so nict

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pushed the Clad to fi',c. and
the Bulldog- nce.r reco7 -
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(K before that point."
Blanton said. '"\e had got-
ten ourscIes to a: spot

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Marianna's Kruize Pinkins heads for the hoop at a
recent game.-Mark Skinner/Flondan

Tigers Completing the sweep

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The Malone Tigers moved
to 9-0 in district play with a
69-51 win over the Altha
Wildcats on Friday night in
It was Homecoming for
the Tigers, who gave the fans
a good show with a domi-
nant performance that saw
them lead by over 30 points,
before the Wildcats nar-
rowed the margin in the
Chai Baker scored 25
points to lead Malone. while
Ty Baker scored 20.
"We played pretty good,
pretty hard." Tigers coach
Steven Welch said. "We did-
n't shoot it well early. but we
played hard, and we played
some pretty good defense. It
was the liomecollulg game,
so we were out of our normal
routine. But we were able to
get everybody in the game."
The Tigers dominated in
the first three quarter, taking
a 30-12 lead at halftime, and
going up 5,8-26 in the third
It wa.s a far cry from the
match-up between the teams
in Altha on Dec. 3. when the
Tigers had to grind out a
much closer win.
"We had a little let-up
there at the end." Welch said.
"But I thought we played
much better against them this
time than we did last time."
Malone is now 15-3 over-
all. and 9-0 in District 2-1A.
U p ne\t for the Tigers is a
big district show dow .n with
the F.-AML Baby Rattlers on
Monday, in Malme.
It the Figer, are \icotonous.
the, will inch the top 'eedI
in the district toiuntament for
the second straight season.
It IA'N wins., the teams
would be tied at the top of
the league and would haxe to
tlip a coin to determine who,
tinmhe, first.
Fhe Babt Rattlers' only
losI mn league plaI thi ,ear
camie to Mlalone on Dec.. 11
in I '-- .ee
fhe Tiiger had to rally
from a ftoutLh quarter deficit
in th.t g. ite to v:n. and
Wclch it hc e'a rcte t i'- as
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Cottondale Hornets swept
the season series over the
Graceville Tigers on
Friday night with a 50-43
With the win. the
Hornets improved to 8-7
overall and 6-2 in District
2-2A, while the Tigers fell
to 8-7 overall and 6-3 in
league competition.
Darien Pollock scored
14 points to lead
Cottondale. while Trestin
White added 11. and
Jeremie Glover and
Clifford Canty chipped in
eight points apiece.
Rasheed Campbell.
Byron Laster, and
Marquise White all scored
10 points to lead
Graceville, with Kevin
Potts adding eight.
The game was close
through three quarters, but
a 13-1 run in the fourth
quarter helped the Hornets
to seize control for good.
The Tigers led 37-36
with 6:27 left in the game.
The Hornets quickly
responded with a basket
from White. and back-to-.
back dunks by Glover. the
second off of a lob pass
from Canty. to go up 42-

A pair of free throws by
goes for a shot against Graceville Friday.- Mark Pollock made it 44-38.
with a put-back by White,

and a driving basket by
Pollock putting Cottondale
ahead 48-38 with 2:24 left
to play.
"I thought we played
hard. especially on the
defensive end." Hornets
coach Chris Obert said
after the game.
"Offensively. we did a pret-
ty good job of handling the
pressure. At the end of the
game, we had a couple of
turnovers that we don't nor-
mally have. but for the most
part we did a good job. We
were able to break the pres-
sure and get somt- easy bas-
Graceville coach Thomas
Register said he was very
disappointed with his
team's effort, particularly
late in the game.
"We didn't play like we
were coached, but that has
kind of been our season all
year." he said. "I think it's a
heart issue. That's what
we're dealing with right
now. It's,, a four-point game.
and we start letting them go
up and down the court and
dunk on us.
"But give Cottondale
credit. They beat our tails."
The game was tied 19-19
at halftime. but the T: t r'
opened the second half
with consecutive '3-pointers
bv Potts and White to take a
25-21 lead.
The Hornets answered
with an 1 1-3 run to go back
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Pirates top Seahawks for 2nd straight win

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The Sneads Pirates picked up their second
straight district victory Friday night at
home. taking a 64-53 win oer the South
Walton Seahawks.
John Locke scored 18 point' to lead the
Pirates. with Darvll Johnson adding 16.
With the win. Sneads improved to 6-3 in
District 2-2A. and 6-6 overall.
The Pirates led the entire way. going up
15-13 after one quarter. -'.23 at halftime.
and extending the lead to nine at 48-39
heading into the fourth.
"I thought we played pretty well." Sneads
coach Kelvin Johnon said. "Wednesday and
Thursday were the best tvwo day, of practice
we've had this ,ear. We looked pretty' good.
We plated solid. It'< something to buiid 'n-"
The Snead, coach al;o employed a tactic
rarely seen in a Pirates game- man-to-man
Johnsorn. who aldnt o-.t a' :'.s u-e- a /oie
defense ,aid the nrtar h-up .,- rgh't ue
the more tra.hi lh,..a aon-tn- ';:u'p o

"We probably played man for half of the
game. and that caused some problems for
them." he said. "We match up pretty good
with them. They've got a couple of good
post players. but not that many guards on the
court. We were able to mix up our defenses,
and keep them guessing."
Johnson also widened hi' rotation from
the usual six or seven to include more of hi
reCeres .
Jalon Daniel, gave the Pirates a big lift off
of the bench with nine points and six as "He was probably\ the biggest park on the
team,." the coach said of Dani:el. He play ed
realiv well. We need some of those kids tr
step up and play some gnrd minutes,. All ',f
m,. guards played excepntiFall; well. The.
were quicker than the South W'alt n guard-
The Pirates ,..ill next ira'.el to Bristol to
pla ILhcrts Count', on NMonnda' before
retu rnin home Tuesda" for a district game
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in front 1 228 with 40, left
in the third quarter.
The 'Igers didn't go
away, howccr. cutlIngi the
lead to two at the end ot the
third, and going t front 37-
36 on a ha.sket by White.
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where we felt like we were
going to win. But ultimately.
we lost because we didn't
rebound. That's what it
comes down to."
The loss was a major set-
back to the Bulldogs' hopes
of earning the top seed in the
district tournament, falling
now two games behind first-
place Chipley at 4-2 in

'a. ifI .ad, ,)I tel f '. and ti'-,:
at the end () the lir,'t anid
,Ci ld quaiers,, and pu-h-
In-r the milar.rg' to e'.eCnF at
40-W3 in the third.
The Jigers then domi-
nated the final period. out-
scoring the Panthers 24-
"Offensivels. we were a
little flat to start the game."
Malone coach Steven
Welch said. "We didn't

team to play." O)ber said.
"Coach Register, does a
gixxl job of scouting and
preparing his team. They're
always ready for your stuff,
so it's just about players
making plays. IForltunately,
we made enough plays to
get the win."
It was a big victory for the
Hornets, who stayed just
one game behind the first-
place I olnmes County Blue

District 1-3A.
"It puts us in a tough spot
in district," Blanton said.
"We're going to have to do
our best to win out if we want
a chance at the top seed. But
that's going to be exceptional-
ly tough."
Catholic also is 4-2 in
league play, while Chipley
remains unbeaten.
The Bulldogs will have
three home games this week,
taking on Graceville on
Tuesday, Chipley on

ahl" ,.ei a.,' -e .ere-

e kind : ', re therr.m
dow,,n. J,.ihn Paul is -crp-

Leonard and T'. Baker
both shined in the final
period, combining for 15
We\kh -aid that his team
was simple' able to impose

Desi-s in the league stand-
lowvecr. Obenr said it's
still tixo early to get caught
up in the district race.
"There are so many teams
in district, and everyone is
playing almost very night."
he said. "We're playing
three district gaines next
week, two on the road. so
you can go from the top to
the middle or the bottom real

Continued From Page 1B

They didn't shoot it
well the first time we
played them, so I hope
that will be the case
"But they're well-
coached, and they play
real hard. They remind
me of us at times. It

. .

'The:. dd a i, 'd ,b2
ear'l'o If .slii 1ng i, doa n
and pla, ing their game.'
the coach -aid. "In the
fourth quarter. the differ-
ence '.ka, that the; were
behind and had to pla, our
,st'le to trn to get back into
the game. and we were
able to stretch it out."

"It's hard to esen talk
about seeding with the dis-
trict. We just hase to worm
about playing hard and get-
ting better."
The Hornets next play on
Tuesday at South Walton
before staying on the road
Thursday against Bo/.eman.
Graceville will go to
Marianna on Tuesday to
take on the Bulldogs.

should be a good game.
I think the teams are
pretty evenly matched."
The game will tip at
7:30 p.m.
Malone will finish
the week with two road
games against bigger
opponents that the
Tigers defeated in their
first match-ups this sea-
The Tigers will travel
to Georgia to take on
Bainbridge on Tuesday.

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away. Nbut with our mutual business interests.
that would be both difficult ,and suspicious.
And een itf we did tr to end things, our con-
stant contact woulld make it nearlI impossible
to keep our peiorald distance.
Jim',s youngestt child graduates in June. and I
suspect he nu\ be more willing to get out of his
nmanage then. L'nforunatelh. it's not soon
enough. Every day that ges by makes me
more afr hd of someone finding out. which
would cause irreparable damage to multiple
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t hat h' need some partners to h'lp
I lite in the accomplish your purposes
today there may ce certain
ooper also advantages for ha,'ng some
er said he Don't let others discourage you
pooll to from teaming up
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
Because your mental faculties
are likely to be a bit sharper
than usual if there are certain
matters that need to be studied
carefully, now is the time to
review them carefully
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
Take on a personal task that
needs to be done correctly,
Johnny because things in general will
be running very smoothly for
Depp you. enabling you to make
more progress than usual.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
TV corn- Being in an amicable mood.
d a young you won't have any trouble
ngs and a finding some pleasant com-
rms antics. panions to share your day. And
me of this because you'll all get along
M., New brilliantly, it'll turn out to be
more fun than usual.

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Dear Sue: You won't get caught if there is
nothing to catch. There are ways to extricate
yourself from a jointly owned business without
raising suspicions if you do it for logical rea-
sons. supported by sound legal advice. Find a
way. If Jim wants out of his marriage. that is up
to him. but you should not be encour-
6\ aging him or wasting your life
waiting. We know it won't be
easy. but it sounds as if you've
reached your limit. Good.
Dear Annie: I am a well-
^^"^ ~educated young female with a
". 1 good job. great family and a loving
<\, w< boyfriend. I have everything I
need to be happy except close
'- friends.
Where does one go to meet new people'?
At the office. I'm surrounded by significant-
1\ older people with grown families. And I
don't think a bar is the appropriate place to
"pick up" friends. My boyfriend and I crave the
company of a nice couple our own age. What
do you suggest - Female Seeking Friendship
Dear Female: Miot churches and srna-
gogues have social groups. especially for
young couples. Tnr them out. Check your park
districts and community centers for book clubs.
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Today is the ninth day of 2011
and the 20th day of winter.
Connecticut ratified the U.S.
Constitution and became the fifth
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In 1945, Gen. Douglas
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in the Philippines.
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