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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates:
30.776389 x -85.238056

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Jackson County Floridan. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Vol. 90 No. 245


Fire damages Armed robbery
at Cottondale


church sanctuary convenience store
From staff report proximately 6 feet tall and
S. ~, .: ; weighed an estimated 170
A convenience store pounds.
clerk in Cottondale was Officers reviewed surveil-
robbed by a hooded gun- lance footage and. saw that
'man, early Sunday eve- the suspect came into the
ning. According to a press store by, way of the south
e re e release fror the Jackson. entrance and was armed
County Sheriff's Office, the with a black handgun. He
Saclerk at Southern Express walked behind the register
called 911 around 7 p.m. to and took money from two
report that an armed man cash drawers, then left by
wearing a green jacket and way of the north door. iHe
Se black hoodie had robbed ran into the wooded area
her. next to the store. K-9 teams
He was described as tracked a scent northward
white, with blond hair and to an area behind the near-
hazel eyes, and was wear- by Subway sandwich shop
ing blue jeans at the time
of the robbery. He was ap- See ROBBERY, Page 7A


Attempted murder

suspect captured
PHOTOS BY JENNIFERCURCl/FLORIDAN
The First Baptist Church of Cottondale was damaged by fire early Monday morning. Crews from Jackson C0unty Fire
Rescue, Marianna Fire Department, Chipleyire Department and several local volunteer units responded to the blaze. From staff reports bery and two counts of
e attempted murder in a
The hunt for a. man Putnam
Thre e fire departments sent to battle blaze wanted for attempted Countycom-
murder and home inva- munity near
sion robbery in Putnam Gainesville.
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER County concluded with his The local
dbuckhalter@jcfloridan.com p o e fo arrest four hours away in search for
Bay County early Monday Norris began
A fire at First Baptist morning, Norris after Lynn
Church in Cottondale Wanted in connection to Haven Police
early Monday morn- a.Putnam County incident Department and the BCSO
ing brought, crews from last Friday, Stonie Shane received information that
several towns to battle Norris was found hiding Norris might be headed
the blaze. The fire forced "under a pile of pine straw to Bay County. An all-out
authorities to close a in the woods off U.S. 231, manhunt began in that
section of U.S. 231 for a according to a press re- jurisdiction after "he wag
time while the firefight lease from the Bay County seen in the area of Carla
was underway. Sheriff's Office. Lane and Aberdeen Loop
Cottondale Police He was located near a in Lynn Haven. The BCSO
Chief William Watford creek bed in the area of At- Air Unit and the BCSO K9.
said the fire appears las Poitable Buildings and unit began searching the
to have started in an Truss Manufacturing, lo- area and found an F-i50
area behind the cated at 3925 US 231. The truck that had been report-
baptismal area, which BCSO took Norris custody ed stolen in Lake City. Au-
is located behind the shortly after 9 a.m., au-, thorities say a firearm was
pulpit, and that it may thorities said. found in the truck, which
have been electrical in Emergency responders battle an early mornilg fire at the First Baptist Church on' Main Officials reported that they suspect Norris stole
nature. Watford said Street in Cottondale, Fla., Monday, Nov. 25, 2013. A section of U.S. 231was closed down for Norris was wanted for
the fire traveled up a time during the peak of the firefight, which began around 6 a.m. home invasion rob- See CAPTURE, Page 7A
a wall to the second _
floor of the church, but no further details were Smoke was covering pass Lake in the Hills,
didn't break through the immediately available, the roadway in the area Alford, Marianha, Camp-
It is -under routine in- tondale city worker and 6 a.m. Fire units from responded to the call.
vestigation by the state possibly others called Jackson County Fire Res- The church is pastored onstriiction f r
fire marshal's office and 911 to report the fire. cue, Cottondale, Coin- by the Rev. Jack Brock. O

Spublic hset for Thanksgiving holiday
Legislative eegation ear gs time and to use extra cau-
Dec. 2 in Walton, Hones, Washington County The Florida Department tion in existing work zones
Three office is suspend- ers are urged to make sure
From staff reports 4:30 p.m. in the Washington County guidance of the people he repre- ing highway construction they buckle up, along with
Commission board room at 1331 sents," Gaetz was quoted as say- projects on major road- their passengers. FDOT
The office of Senate President South Blvd. ing, "When we listen better, we lead ways across Northwest and other safety agencies
Don Gaetz, R-Niceville, recently According to the better.' Florida. There will be no also ask drivers to obey
announced that members of the Gaetz office press Those who would like to be work on state roads requir- speed limits, get adequate
Walton, Holmes and Washington release, delegation placed on the agenda for any of the ing lane restrictions from rest before traveling, avoid
County state legislative delegation members will hear delegation meetings are asked to Thursday, Nov. 28 through distractions and never
will hold a public hearing on Mon- public comments contact Rhonda Thomas, assistant Sunday, Dec. 1. All major drink and drive.
day, Dec. 2. on proposals for to House Speaker Pro Tempore Mar- roads will be open to nor- Drivers also are urged to
The Walton County delegation Gaetz the 2014 Legislative ti Coley (chair of all three counties), mal traffic. be prepared for unsched-
meeting will be 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Session. They will R-Marianna, at 850-717-0047 or Although no construc- uled highway closures
at the Walton County Courthouse also consider and rhonda.thomas@myfloridahouse. tion closures are scheduled due to accidents, disabled
inside the.courthouse board room, vote on "local bills," gov no'later than 5 p.m. Friday Nov. over the holiday weekend, vehicles or other events.
located at 571 U.S. 90 East in DeFu- which is state leg- 29. existingstatehighwaywork Motorists should be alert
niak Springs. islation, that only Any member of the public is wel- zones will remain in effect. to changing weather con-
The Holmes County delegation pertains to a munici- come to attend and participate.. Motorists are reminded to ditions while traveling.
meeting will take place at the Hol- pality, taxing district, The Walton, Holmes and Wash- use caution while travel- Travelers can access
mes County School Board room at or school district ington County legislative delega- ing through work zones Florida's 511 service from
701 East Pennsylvania Ave. in Boni- Coley within the county., tion includes Coley and Gaetz, each around barricades and celiphones, landlines, and
fay, 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. "The most im- of whom also represent other equipment. the Internet at www.FL511.
In Chipley the Washington Coun- portant job of a state legislator portions of counties in Northwest FDOT is encouraging com to receive updates on
ty delegation meeting is set for 3 to is to listen to the concerns and Florida. drivers to allow extra travel travel in the area.
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Clearing Windy & Colder. Sunny & Cold.
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TUESDAY, NOV.26 IDAY, NOV.29 Chur ch,2901Caledonia St. in Mari anna .Attendance
Publisher Valeria Roberts Jackson County School Board Special Meet- a. "Senior Singles" Meeting 6-8 p.m. in the limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.
Wroberts@jfloridan.com ing -7 a.m. in the JCSB.meeting roomn 2903 First United MethodiSt Church Youth Center, 4392 Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting- 8 p.m. .in
Jefferson Ste Marianna. Public welcme. Agenda Clinton St. Mariann New location. Ample parking. the boad room of CampbeitonGraceville Hospital,
Circulation Manager- Dena Oberski available at JCSB.org. Call 482-1200. Singlesage 50 and older are invited for games, 5429 College Drive, Grceill.
doberski@jcfloidan.com Chipola College Application deadline For food, prizes and speakers. No charge. Donations
new students planning to enroll in the Spring 2014 accepted; proceeds fund charitable endeavors of MONDAY, IDEC. 2
CONTACT US semester. Marianna Gatheri Place oundation. Call 526- Toys for Tots applications Anchorage
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Toys for Tots applications Anchorage Children's.Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna: Ap-t
FChildren's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. plications wil lbe taken until noon on Dec. 6.Alltoys
FuXs85-4-4i Applicationswill be taken until noon on Dec .6. All SATURDAY, NOV.30 will be distributed on Dec. 21startingat 10 a.m.
Email: editoria@jcfloridan.com toys will be distributed on Dec 21starting atF Sugar Cane Syrup Making 8 a.m.-3 p.m. 9 Employability Workshops-2:30 p.m.sat the
oStret Address: :10.a.m. Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, Blountstown. Mprianna One Stop Career Center in Marianna. A
4403 Constitution Lane t Application Deadline,- Today is the deadline for Biscuits and sausage available for donation. General certified motivational careercoach will be teaching
S Marianna, FL 32448 new students planning to enroll in the Spring 2014. store willsbe open and guided tours of the settle- "Completihg applications." Free and open to public:
Office Hours: semester at.Chipola College to apply. Call 718-2211. ment will-available. Walk through time into the natu- 5:30-
Cral suga'r cane field. Admission and parking free. Cackson County Quilters Guild Meeting
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. n Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jacksoh County Senior rp r a wil e f 7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, 3975 U.S.
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call up eu 90 West, Marianna. Business meetings are'fourth
MISS YOUR PAPER? 482-5028. Special congregation meeting-1 a.m.Bethel .Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, lessons,
SAlcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon Star M.B. Church in Cypress .Presence of all current help. All quilters welcome. Ctall 209-7638.
You should receive your newspaper no later to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist members and inactive past members who wish Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
than 6a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. to reestablish their membership. Agenda ofthe c s t s o n eMet i
t.o reni6axm.nsand$n oonTuesday t Alcohoc A m business to be discussed and voted upon at the p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
tiobetween 6 a.m.and noon, Tuesday to Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 ngregatioal meting during worship service To Church, 2901CaledoniaSt., Marianna.
Friday,and7 a.m. tolla.m on Sunday.The p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist reestablish membership review bylaws and becopme
Jackson County Floridan USPS 271-840) Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. in good sanding financially with the church. Con- TUESDAY, DEC. 3
ispublished Tuesday through Friday and St Anne Thrift Store 9 am. -1 p.m. St. Anne's tact TomecoWhie 209-7637s forfurther details t on Toys for Tots applications Anchorage
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call 482- obtaining copy of bylaws. Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St. Marianna'
at MariannaFL 3734da e- a p am 0 FseT5-Year Pl n Public Heai ng Seso Application will and be taken until noon on Dec. 6.
10:30 a.m. at the Florida Departmentof Trans- All toys will be distributed on Dec.21 starting at
Sut rrIIn a smes e WEDNESDAY, NOV. T portatior DistrictThree Design 6 onference Room, 10 a.im.
e daysa.to o S hors ip1ation ca074 Highway 9QChipley. Hearing isto present and Sewing C rcle 1p.m. atJackson Cou nty I Senior
Home delivery: $11.23 per month $32.83 CiTens o Ot liion Marianh a. a receive input oh the woru program for.f scal.years Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call
for threeonths; $62.05for sixmonths; hi s Home, 44 Clinon St, M ann. July 1, 2014 through June 30 219 and consider 482-5028
and $123A5 for one year. All prices include will be distributed on Dec.21starting at 10 a.m. the 10:s0 akm. seto wle Bay, )Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon
applicable state and local taxes.Mail ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon alhoun, Gulf, Holn Jacksotand Wshington to 1 p.m. in the. AA room of First United Methodist
subscriptions must be paid in advaice..Mail to 1 p.m in the AA room of First United Methodist counties. Public welcome.bs .Church, 2901lCaled6nia St.in Marianna.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three month Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Alcholics Anonymous Open Meting 43 o n t
$92.24 forsix months; and $184.47 for one 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Marwnnam
so yeoar. t lori ( SS 2 -8 ChGrec THURSDAY, NOV.28 Church, 2901 Caledonia oSt in Marianna. d .arianna.
bheare Tisva y thouri nne Thanks SK Run/Walk a.m. Registra- TBook Signing -5 p.m.'- 6 p.m. Jackson County S. Tits itonr am- A N Oaie
ADVERTISING tion Lake Seminole Park in Sneads. Race begins at PublIc Library, 2929 Green St., Marianna. Author, neer anhandle Pioneer Settlemel nt 17869 NW Pio.
n o n7 a.m. Fu Runwill start after 5K Registration fee Clara Elizabeth Corbin-Romero, a native of Jackson e Settlement Rd, Blountstown in the Clubhouse.
The advertiser agrees that the publisher $20 adults. $15 for K-12th grade students. $50 County, will discuss her new, novel,," eans to an Cost of class $35 You will receive lleasy-to-do
taianF herlO:30nt newom. nFree~ ored.earm n taedCtorranS ,- AIquick project kits. A $10 deposit is required. Foe
shall not be liable for damages arising maximum registration fee per family. Host: Sneads End", and the role of women in modern mysteries
out of errors and advertisements beyond High School Project Graduation. Portion of pro- and thrillers. Light refreshments will be served. m i 6
npa frceeds donated to M.issy Owens and Brandon, Teddy PuWblic invited. Call482.9631. Marianna City Commission Meeting 6
occu ied by that'portion of the advertise- Chipola Civic Club Meeting Nooat The 7 p.m.at the Jacson County Agrinculture Confer e Cl- 718-1001..
ments in which'the error occurred, whether Oaks Restaurant, U.S.90 in Marianna. The CCC's ence Center, Penn Avenue, Marianna. Event is a T Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
such erroris due to the negligence ofbthe focus is th local community, "Coriimunity, Children memorial scholarship fundraiser in memory of p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
publishes empyees or otherwise, and & Character.i Cll 526-3142t,. Teddy- J eter, Bo McClamma and Brandon Hobbs.i Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
there shall be not liability for non-inser; Quit Smoking Now Cl'ss/Support Group Concert begifs at 7p.n. Doors open at 6 p.m. St. Anne Thrift Store 9a.m.-1p.m.St. Anne's

ntaio inRoom. Free to attend. Curriculum developed by ex- door or reserved bycalling 557-0801r 209-0003. 3734.. AAroom of First United
newspaper will not knowingly accept or. themselves. Call482-6500. some door prizes will be given away. *WEDNESDAY, DEC.4
publish illegal material of any kindAdvertis- Alcoholics Anonymous Closed dis cussion, a lun a Toys for Tots applications AnchorageF
ing which expresses preference based on 8-9 p.m., First United Metho ditstcoChu rch, 2901ale- SUNDAY, DEC.1 Children's Home, 4452 Clinton St., Marianna. Ap
legally protected personal characteristics is donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance Toys for Tots applications Anchorage plications will be taken until noon on Dec.6. All toys
not acceptable. limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; Ch-ildren'sHome, 4452 Clinton St.; Marianna. Ap- will be distributed on Dec.21 starting at 10 am.
torpapers will not be signed. plications will be taken until noon on Dec. 6. All toys Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- Noon
H for nt YOUR St. Aan e Thrift Store 9 am.-1p.m. St. Annent s will be distributed on Dec 21star ting at 10a.m. to p.m. in' the AA room of First Uhited Methodist
e a UBISCatholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call 482- Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Church, 2901M aldonia St. ian Marianna.
ES I 3734. u- 6:30 p.m. in AA vroom of First United Method ist Je s.
T F n w sa at 5 e s one C li lnd r, w ve fes M a The Jackson County Floridan will publishil o 1ato -o
news of general interaest free of charger. The submission de a d lione for this caldendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Com lmunity CalendarJackson C ounty Floridan, P0. Box 520, Marianna, FL32447
M r o at o O e mail editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax 850-482-4478 o r bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.om sio en
eve nts via e-mail faeax, mailw atOl or hand delivery.rm o i aa rm ac p ll, 2 6 ent a

anniversary and b irth announcements. POs aoe RacnCount inue Cr- wlG oell 71-01
Forms are available at the FlorOS. cedan offices.c pn ne i et chi
Photographs must be of good quality and one highway obstruction, one report of pe nods:
csuitable for print.sThe Floridan reserves the The Marianna Pol ice Department listed mental illness, one burgary of a vehicle, Tena Bawroon, o21, 4052 Olted Cottondale
righttoedit all submissions. the following incidents for Nov. 24, the threo e verbal adisturbances, Road, M arianna, false information to a law
rlatest available reportc Oc e hospice death, on'e armed robbery, two enfor0cement officer.
GETTING IT RIGHT vithree abandoned vehicles, one reckless T prowler reports, one wood- a Johnny Chapman, 50,r2920 Orange St.,
The Jackson County Floridan's policy driver, three suspicious persons one e nt and fire, two vehicle fires, Marianna, violation of probation or com-
is to correct mistakes promptly. To escort, 18 traffic stops, one civil dispute,0 medical calls, one grass munity control.
report an error please call 526-3614 one illegally parked vehicle, one animal fire, three burglar alarms, Caly Sales-Domingo, 27, 5260 10th St.,
Monday-Fridayh complaint, one property check, one assist one panic alarm, one 1rMalone, battery (domestic violence).
of another agency, two patrol requests, two robbery alarm, one fire alarm, 23 traffic p Joseph Gilley, 31, 5267 Peanut Road,
unsecured buildings discovered, and 20 stops, one larceny complaint, one criminal Graceville, disorderly conduct, criminal
O O O home security checks. Stmischief complaint, one suicide attempt, mischief.
21 property checks, one assist of another C Dustr n HIlton, 24, 3530 McMillian Trail,
SJackson County Sheriffs Office agency, and one transport. Greenwood, violation of state probation.
The Jackson County Sheriffs Office and 140), Newnan, Ga., fugitive from justice
incidents for Nov. 24, the latest available Crctat ion al F"C ility Jal l Population: 207
report: One accident, one abandoned To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000 or a
vehicle, six suspicious vehicles, one suspi- The following persons were booked into local law enforcement agencyTo report a wildlife violation,
i ac llsubissons, .tch ciousincident, two suspicious perso ns, the county jail during the latest reporting call-888-404-FWCC (3922).
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CONSUMER AND MARIANNA FFA LIVESTOCK SHOW TEAM

FAMILY SCIENCE FALL HAS BIG DAY AT NORTH FLORIDA FAIR






Marianna had 22
Sindividuals showing
32 calves. Kaitlyn
Renegar was recog-
nized as Third High
in Sophom Sore show
manship and Shayna
carter was.recog-
nized as Fourth High-
Freshman showmnan!. SU0MYTEo PHOTO
Marianna had the
Grand and Reserve Champion Brahma heifers, Grand and Re'erve Champion Pai thetais
heifer, Reserve Chalmpion Limousin, Simmental andHereford Heifer. Show team mem-
bers (from left) are Shayna Carter, Chelsea Perry, Vicky Bestwick, Haley Robertson, Skyler
PHOTO COURTESYOFMARYaKILLINGSWORTH MASTER GARDENER
iSkipper, Cheyenne Welch, Mat Peham, Katie Mayo, Jeb Bruner, Ti.n Snyder, Kaulder
red are Marthe Efurd and Bar-
J1* bara Pledger whoatendetKressman, Sadie Mayo, Garrett Williams, Judge, Kyle Sniyder, Dustyn Sweeney, Kaitlyn
-F/IFAS Consumer and Family Science Renegar, Darby Sweeney, Desmond Knox, and Brian Solger.
Fall Food Preservation Workshop. Attendees
enjoyed door prizes, foo sample, andlunch
whilca n meat and v egables. By B F. hs f i t eucation.. t
popular demand, another classwill be helds e
on Saturday, D tec. 14. Call CFS Agent Mandy,
Griffin at 482-9620 for further inf. rmation., pum and open house

Special to the Floridan y a and look forward to the
next event.
The Teacher Educa- In addition to hosting
tion Division of The130- the instructive Education
tist College of Florida in Symposium, the Teacher
Graceville recently hosted Education Division re-
anae inagural .Eduation c ..tly held an oi en house
SymposiuM. f eaturing .in the urriculum Lab for
Kevin Smith the Research all of the BCF.facu.ty, stu-
Alliance Manage at' the de'nts, 'and staff. Guests
Regoonal EducationalLab-' were treated to home-
oratory Southeast atFlor- made chili, hot apple ci-
ida State University Snilth der and desserts.
articulated the Transitions For more information
ii Literacy nstruction for about the education de-
Elementary ElA Com- SUBMITTED PHOTO grees available at The BapL
on atore State Standrds BC education majors atheredn the Mill's Center for the tist College of lorida or
Implementation which inaugural Education Symposium held at The Baptist College plafts for next semester's
provided BCF educAtion of Flo rida, Education Symposiun,
,majors ,and area educa- call 800-328-2660 ext. 406
77f I' / tors with awealth of iifor- pew motto for. the Teacher the next Education Sym- or visit www.b ptistcol-
a. .SBMIT.ED.PHOT .mation on the standards Education Disio was posium to.beld uring lege.edu.
acez Myr' and. coriceptse for helping revealed "Opeing the spring semester. Sur-_
MacKezie Ma (right)a Snea s stdents Minds, Toiching iearts, vey results indicated thatin e
High senior visitsw ith Cosinetol- About 20, door prizes Shaping Futures." Plns participants eatly bene-e he
LV I instructorih' Pih I____rLorn
ogyinstructoPaie Vandrwef were ven away, and the are already underway for fitedfrom the symposium a ftie .
e(left) at the Regional Career airon Nov. 19 ato
Eastside htaptist Chu.rch.. uao of afee s
high school interacted with representatives MTB Ab COACH Y
from different career fields to explore career,...L
and. ducational opportunities beyond highwTsi':( ~sT:tc' "n
schoo. The fairds. sponsored by Chipod as TALo TO OPTIS
lege; Washliugton-Holmes Technical Center
and the counties of Calhoun, Holmes, I. Cb recently welco.med
Jackson, Liberty and Washington Travis Blanton (center)
alas their guest speaker.
Blanton who is currently the
Marionna High School Boys
Basketbal Coach, talked to
the gathering ofemen alout
his coaching phil;oophy.
4 AccordlngtofBlantonhe
ebelievesin not-only making
his players better on the .SO.
"1h i s sr b il 1 make his players better..-
young men while off the court gg
as well. Blanton is seen here .:

chairman s Jack Hollis. a a 850.482.4037

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2 managers sentenced in charity gambling scheme

ALLIED VETERANS.42 The Associated Press charges were dropped against with any crime. The arrests also led
Rubino, and 19 charges we dropped the Florida Legislature to ban In-
SANFORD Two. lower-level against Black, who helped operate ternet cafes in the state earlier this
managers pleaded guilty in a Flor- four casinos. year.
ida court Monday as prosecutors A sentencing hearing involving Prosecutors said Mathis and his
moved ahead on the cases of doz- several dozen more Allied Veterans associates built up the network
ens of defendants charged with defendants is set for Tuesday. of casinos by claiming they were
using a veterans' organization Last month, a Florida jury con- businesses where customers could
called Allied Veterans as a front victed attorney Kelly Mathis of 103 buy Internet time, when in real-
for a $300 million gambling counts for his role in the Allied Vet- ity most customers played slot ma-
operation. erans organization. He will be sen- chine games on computers and
Richard Rubino and Charles tenced in February. didn't use the Internet. Even
MARKSKINNER/FLORIDAN Black pleaded guilty to two Mathis was the first of 57 defen- though the Internet cafes were be-
In this Floridan file photo, officials with the Jackson County counts each of possession of a slot dants to go to trial in a case that led ing operated under the aegis of
Sheriff's Office and State Attorney's Office serve search machine -in Stminole County to the resignation of Lt. Gov. Jen- Allied Veterans of the World,
warrants on Saturday, May 23, 2009, for alleged violations Court. They were assessed courts nifer Carroll who had worked as a very little of the $300 million the
of state electronic gaming laws at Allied Veterans A.42 at Oak costs and given a $50 pros-. consultant for the Allied Veterans businesses earned actually went to
Street Station Shopping Center in Marianna, Fla. ecution charge. Some 13 'charity. She wasn't charged veterans, prosecutors said.


Florida governor Weak 2013 Atlantic hurricane season draws to close
The Associated Press ricane season. NOAA only storms with winds over active cycle that began in
put the chance of a quiet 110 mph. 1995. The cycles last from
SMIAMI The 2013 At- year at 5 percent. NOAA says 2013 will 25 'to 40 y6ars, so it's un-
lantic season has deliv- There were 13 named rank as the sixth least-ac-: clear whether 2013 will
ered the fewest hurricanes storms right on target tive year since 1950, in be harbinger of things to
said Monday, despite their Humberto, became hur- strength and duration "It may be that we'll
predictions in May that ricanes. Neither was con- of tropical storms and jump right back to a busy
The Associated Press ministration had turned it would be a busier than sidered "major," which is hurricanes. hurricane season, a lot of
over information related normal year. a storm that reaches Cate- Only one storm, Tropical impacts, or it could be that
TALLAHASSEE- A to 78 separate requests "It was a busted fore- gory 3 strength with winds Storm Andrea, made land- we're, you know, changing
persistent critic of Gov. that Andrews had made cast," said Chris.Landsea, from 111 to 129 mph that fall in the United States. It to a quiet regime again. We
Rick Scott filed lawsuits of the governor's office a forecaster at the National can cause devastating brought tornadoes, heavy really don't know," Land-
on Monday accusing top and other state agencies. Hurricane Center. "We did damage. rain, and minor flooding to sea said.
Florida officials of flout- "We worked diligently not anticipate it to be a Forecasters say that a portions of Florida, east- The relative calm in the
ing the state's public're- to fulfill all 78 records re- quiet year." combination of factors, em Georgia and eastern Atlantic has no relation-
cords laws by failing to quests and amendments Forecasters had predict- including drier-than-ex- South Carolina, causing 'ship to hurricane activity
turn over emails and oth- to those requests with ed 13 to 20 named Atlantic pected air and persistent one death, NOAA said. elsewhere, pointing to the
er documents. thousands of pages of re- storms, seven to 11 that conditions in the atmo- Unlike the U.S., Mexi- storms that hit Mexico and
The lawsuits contend cords, many produced at strengthen into hurricanes sphere over the Gulf of co was battered by eight Typhoon Haiyan, which
the Scott administration taxpayer expense," Sell- and three to six that be- Mexico, Caribbean Sea, storms, including three struck the Philippines Nov.
altered calendars of one ers said in an- emailed come major hurricanes, and tropical Atlantic from the Atlantic basin. 8, killing more than 5,200.
top aide, relied on private statement. The National Oceanic Ocean, led to the weak- and five from the eastern Last year was the third-
email accounts and wait- ColleenAndrews, alegal and Atmospheric Admin- er season, which starts North Pacific. busiest on record with 19'
ed more than a year to assistant at the Andrews istration said -there was a June 1 and ends Satur- Landsea said that in the named storms. Ten be-
hand, over text messages: law firm, said in response 70 percent chance that this day. A normal year has 12 Atlantic, hurricane activ- came hurricanes and two
of another aide. that the firm has spent year was going to be more named storms, six hur- ity tends to come in cycles, were major storms; includ-
The lawsuit against $48,000 in expenses relat- active than an average hur- ricanes and three major with the U.S. being in an ing Sandy.
Florida Attorney General ed to btainingpublic re-.........
Pam Bondi says her office cords frOm stateagencies.
refused tohandovernotes This in't thfirst tim Mother of bullied Fa. girl wants tougher laws
from meetings Bondi kept there have been ques-
on her iPad and didn't tions about the handling
provide emails from pri-, of public records by Scott The Associated Press Morgan, students who
vate accq~unts that deal and his administration. bully repeitedly could be
withsttebusiness. Scott ordered an investi- ORLANDO-- The moth- sent to juvenile detention.
Tallahassee attorney gation back in 2011 after er of a Florida girl who Under a federal law pro-
Steven Andrews, who is media reports revealed committed suicide after posal they are supporting,
embroiled in a land dis- that emails sent and re- complaining about being schools receiving public
pute with the governor ceived by members of bullied said Monday that funds would be required
and members of the Cabi- his transition team were she will push lawmakers to have anti-bullying pro-
net, said he decided to file missing. to pass new anti-bullying cedures in place and must
the lawsuits after -failing In the end authorities legislation because cur- follow those procedures.
to get records he has been concluded Scott and his, rent laws don't do enough Morgan wouldn't say
seeking for months. transition team did not to protect children, which lawmakers, if any,
"We finally got tired of willingly delete public Tricia Norman and her he had found to sponsor
them violating the Florida records shortly before attorney also said during the legislative proposals in
Constitution and not pro- Scott was sworn into of- a news conference that the Florida Legislature and
ducing public records," fice. But the investigation she plans to file wrong- Congress.
said Andrews. ended without "absolute ful death lawsuits against THE ASSOCIATED PRESS At a news conference af-
JenniferMeale, aspbkes- certainty" that authorities those she believes are re- Attorney Matt Morgan speaks during a press conference, Mon- ter the arrest of Rebecca's
woman for Bondi, main- were able to recover all sponsible for her daugh- day, Nov. 25, in Orlando, Fla., as Tricia Norman, the mother of classmates,. Sheriff Grady
.tained that "every public the emails that were writ- ter's death, though she Rebecca Sedwick, (left) listens. Norman announced she was Judd said the bullying be-
records request received ten or sent to Scott and refused to identify those going to file a wrongful death civil Ilw suit against the people gan about a year ago after
by this office is fulfilled in those helping him before people' specifically. responsible for her daughter's death, the 14-year-old 'girl start-
compliance with applica- his inauguration in Janu- "I intend -to' hold them the younger classmate has taught her the importance ed dating Rebecca's ex-
ble law." Meale said that ary 2011. accountable to the full ex- indicated he will pursue a of standing up to bullying. boyfriend. The older girl
Bondi's office has already Florida has a broad tent of the law," Norman lawsuit against the sheriff's Norman said she was threatened to fight Rebec-
given Andrews informa- public records law and said. office. upset that Rebecca's class- ca while they, were sixth-
tion related to 12 separate requires emails and other Rebecca Sedwick juniped The Associated Press mates hadn't offered an graders at a middle school
requests. documents to be made to her death at an aban- generally does not iden- apology, in Lakeland, Fla., and told
MelissaSellers~ aspokes- public although there doned concrete plant in tify juveniles charged with "I know having anger her "to drink bleach and
woman for Scott, did not are exemptions if the September. A month later, crimes, though the young- in my heart is not good," die," the sheriff had said.
address the allegations in documents cover items the Polk County Sheriff's er girl has spoken publicly Norman said. "I keep wait- She also persuaded the
the lawsuit directly. But such as open criminal Office arrested two of her alongside her family about ing for an apology I know younger girl to bully Re-
she said that the Scott ad- investigations classmates, ages 12 and 14, the matter. During an ap- will never come. This lack becca, even though they
.___._.... _._ .._.._._..._....___.... on charges of aggravated pearance on NBC's "To- of personal responsibility had been best friends, the
*stalking. Those charges day" show last week, Kate- is beyond upsetting." sheriffsaid.
a iat e d ies were dropped last week lyn Roman said that she Under the state law pro-
1 l S because of insufficient evi- had done nothing wrong posal championed by Nor- Online, all the time!
F a in a e dence, and an attorney for but that Sedwick's death man andher attomrney, Matt www.jcfloridan.com


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DAYTONA BEACH -- A harm himself in anyway. action. School bookkeeper Renee '""" "
70-year-old sex crime sus- Sheriff's investigators Florida Today reports Carr says the girl was "just
pect died two days after talked to the inmate a the officer asked the in heaven" and proudly
a suicide attempt at. the month earlier about a girl her shoe size, then showed off her new shoes
Volusia County Jail. 'lewd/lascivious molesta-
The Daytona Beach tion charge. At that time
News-Journal reported he told them he was sui-
Sunday that Dennis Del- cidal and wotld hurt him-
iechiaie died Nov. 16 fol- self if he had the chance,
lowing a cardiac arrest. according to a Volusia"
Two days earlier, a cor- County sheriff's report.
rections officer gave the Dellechiaie, according to
inmatehiscellassignment the report, admitted to
shortly before 6 p.m. and, rubbing his hand across W lA NT (
according to reports, he a 13-year-old's chest and I,
walked up the stairs, set a fondling an 18-year-old 1 *
bag of belongings on the man's genitals. IT I
ground beside his cell and He was the second m-
Jail officials issued a attempt this month. Of-
Code White, which warns ficials said William Styffe
of a suicide attempt. died Nov. 9, about seven
The inmate was se- weeks after his attempt to
cured on a stretcher and kill himself in'his cell.
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Wal-Mart CEO steps down; McMillon is successor

The Associated Press more than 1,127 garment February 2009 at a time
workers.. And it contin- when .the retailer's strong
BENTONVILLE Wal- ues to face criticism over performance made it
Mart Stores Inc. is usher- its tjpgment of its hiourly the rare winner during
ing in a changing of the workers. the Great Recession. But
guard as the world's largest Additionally, allegations that soon changed a few
retailer confronts slower of bribery in Waltd4art's months after he took the
growth. and challenges to Mexico operations that. helm.
its reputation. surfaced in April 2012have "As the economy slowly
Doug McMillon, head of slowed business overseas. recovered, times got tougli
Wal-Mart's international 'Wal-Mart allegedly failed fo Wal-Mart, resulting in a
division, will succeed CEO to ibtify law enforcement more than.two-year slump
and President Mike Duke, that company officials au- in its U.S. namesake busi,
63, when he steps down thorized millions of dol- ness. The company also
on Feb 1 after five years in lars in bribes in Mexico to made mistakes in pricing
those roles. McMillon, a speed up getting building and merchandising that
23-year company veteran, permits and gains other backfired.
will become the fifth CEO favors. During his tenure, Duke
since Wal-Mart's founder The New York Times, named a new U.S. execu-p
SamWalton. which broke the story, re- tive team, which reversedc
The change at the top is THEASSOCIATEDPRESS ported that Wal-Mart of- the slump in the thirdP
indicative of a recent shift In this June 7 photo, Doug McMillon, President and CEO, Wal-Mart International, speaks at the ficials, including Duke; quarter of 2011 by restock-'
in strategy at the company shareholders meeting in Fayetteville, Ark.Wal-Mart Stores on Monday, Nov. 25, announced that were allegedly informed ing thousands of items
bestknown foritscutthroat CEO and President Mike Duke is stepping down from those posts, and named McMillon as his starting in 2005 about the that had been ditched and
pricing and big box stores. successor, effective Feb. 1, 2014. bribes. McMillon was not pushing low prices across
McMillon, 47, is expected linked to the incident be- the store.
.to infuse a youthful spirit at Wal-Mart store before trying to boost profitabil- in the U.S. struggling with cause he wasn't working in Butthosegainshavebeen
Sinto Wal-Mart's culture at holding several jobs, in- ity by closing some stores stagnant wages and rising the international division reversed since early this
a time when the company cluding a three-year stint in those countries. costs. At the same time, at the time. year. The U.S. Wal-Mart
is trying to reinvent itself as president and CEO of "This is aI very natural Wal-Mart faces fierce com- Dave Tovar, a' Wal-Mart business has posted three'
to attract a generation of the Sam's Club division. progression," said Brian petition from online com- spokesman, told 'The As- straight quarterly declines
shoppers who gravitate But in February 2009, he Sozzi, CEO and chief equi- petitors and dollar chains sociated Press that Duke's in a key revenue metric.
toward tablets and mobile succeeded Duke to head ties strategist at Belus Cap- that offer convenience and decision to leave Wal-Mart Wal-Mart also lowered its:
devices. the international division, ital Advisors. "Wal-Mart's lower prices, was "a personal one;" and annualprofit outlooktwice
The move also is a tes- which accounted for 29 engine of growth has been The company also has had nothing to do with the in three months.
tament to the company's percent of its $466.1 bil- iiternational." image problems. Wal- bribery allegations. "He Duke will remain as
continued focus on its lion in annual net sales McMillonand Duke were Mart is being pressured to decided it was time to re- chairman of the executive
international division. in Wal-Mart's latest fiscal not immediately available further increase its over- tire," said Tovar, who add- committee of the board. Iri.
McMfllon, who started at year. In that role, McMillon for comment. sight of factory condi- ed that Duke approached the tradition of his prede-
the company in 1984 as a has been expanding Wal- McMillon faces 'chal- tions abroad following a Walton and'the board vot- cessors, he will stay on as
summer intern, left and Mart's everyday low prices lenges. Wal-Mart is seeing building collapse in April ed Friday. an advisor to McMillon fot
came back in 1990 to work to Brazil and China, while its low-income shoppers in Bangladesh that killed Duke bdcame CEO in one year.



Fiat says no Chrysler IPO in 2013
The Associated Press traded under the symbol by the trust. Last month, without an IPO, but filed
"CGC," Chrysler said in a UBS AG set the value of the paperwork for the of-
DETROIT Chrysler government filing. the.trust's stake at $5.6 bil- fering in September at the
said Monday that its shares Fiat owns 58.5 percent lion. Fiat has gone to court trust's request.
will be sold on the New of Chrysler's shares, with seeking a judgment on the But Chrysler's profits
York Stock Exchange when the remaining 41.5 per- price, but the trial date is have been propping up
they're listed, but potential cent held by a United Auto set for next September. Fiat on the balance sheet
investors shouldn't expect Workers union test fund The pricing process for all year as the Italian auto--
that until next year. that pays health care bills the IPO might be the stim- maker struggles in a down
Italian automaker Fiat for blue-collar retirees. ulus needed for the -two European market.
SpA, Chrysler's majonrity But Sergio Marchionne, sides to reach agreement The Auburn Hills, Mich.,
owner, said earlier Mon- CEO of both automakers, and avoid the public sale. automaker earned $464 THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
day that Chrysler's board 'has been squabbling with "I'm not selling anything million last quarter on U.S. In this Monday, Nov. 4 photo, visitors on the floor of thi New
has determined an ini- the trust over the price, and nor do I think we need sales of the Ram pickup York Stock Exchange use their smartphones and tablet devic'
tial public offering is "not Gid so far~ey haver''t to do so," Marchionne said and Jeep Grand Cherokee, es to photograph the opening bell ceremonies. Five years after
practicable" in 2013. In- been able to reach agree- i o o b ,e .." its ninth-straight profit- the fi.anj.ae crisis dampened enthusiasm for initial public of-
stead, Chrysler Group LLC ment. Marchionne wants Marchionne can't 'spend able quarter. The results ferings, investors are again eager to buy shares when compa-
will continue work on the to buy the trust's shares Chrysler's cash on Fiat's boosted Fiat, which earned nies first start trading. There have been 190 offerings so far
offering so it can happen in order, to combine the operations unless the $260 million in the third in 2013, and momentum has built as market indexes have set
in the first quarter of next companies, companies merge. He has quarter. Without Chrysler's newhighs.
year, the statement said .' The IPO would consist made it clear that he would contribution, Fiat would
The shares would le f shares currebtl held prefer to settle the dispute have lost $340 inillion. M
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FDA overturns safety limits on diabetes drug WWW.JCFLORIDAN.COM
The Associated Press for the GlaxoSmithKline siderably reduced," said Clinic's departmept of car-
drug. FDA drug center director diology. 'Asinglereanalysis
WASHINGTON The Monday's ruling is a be- Dr. Janet Woodcock, in a 6fatrialdoesnotexonerate
Food and Drug Admin- lated victory for the Brit- statement. a drug where all the other
istration is lifting severe ish drugmaker, which has The announcement also datapointtoincreasedcar-
safety restrictions on the spent more than a half- represents a vindication of diovascular risks." Nissen -
former blockbuster dia- decade defending the sorts for FDA. leadership, said he doesn't expect doc-
betes pill Avandia, citing safety of Avandia, once the including Woodcock, who tors to return to prescrib-
recent data suggesting that best-selling diabetes drug only agreed to put'restric- ing the drug, considering
the much-debated medi- in the world. Sales began tions on the pill after years how many newer diabetes .
cation does not increase plummeting in 2007 af- of pressure from outside drugs are now available.
the risk of heart attack. ter researchers first raised researchers, safety advo- Nissen drew attention
The repeal means pa- questions about possible cates and severalmembers to AvandiaS safety in a
tients will no longer have links to heart attacks. After of Congress. 2007 study pooling thou-
to enroll in a special regis- three years of debate, the Dr. Steven Nissen of the sands of reports of heart
try to be eligible to receive FDA limited access to the Cleveland Clinic, whose attack and stroke from -
'the drug. Additionally, the drug in 2010. research first raised con- dozens of unrelated stud-
drug will be available at But FDA regulators said cerns about Avandia, said ies involving the drug. His
most pharmacies, whereas Monday a more recent the announcement "is so-called meta-analysis
it was previously limited to analysis of a key Afrandia about the FDA's effort to combined 42 studies and
certain registered pharma- study shows that the drug's' save face." showed a higher risk of (A" BEN SAUNDERS, D.M D.
cies. Those safety restric- heart risks are no greater "This is about appear- heart attack among pa-
tions and others were put than other diabetes drugs. ances, not changing miedi- tients taking Avandia com- PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
in place in 2010, severely 'Given these new results, cal practice," said Nissen, pared to other diabetes 4711 Highway 90 East Marianna, FL
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gunman hoax call Mon.
T- l n Travelers east wary eye


NEW HAVEN, Conn. tilt in the direction of an g
Yale University was locked innocent mistake, it start- e a s w a r
down for nearly six hours ed with a purposeful and a stor m m oves
Monday as authorities malicious call," Esserman ICn
investigated a phone call said, vowing to track down
s saying an armed man was and arrest the person who 7 b d r a Dl
heading to shoot it up, a made the call, TheAssociatedPress
warning they o ater said was s Authorities don't believea r
likelWy a hoax. n that the allet w as a Yale DALLAS A winter
SWAT teams sealching student or ithat his room- storm blamed for at least
the Ivy League campur s mate attended Yale, Es- 10 fatal accidents in the
didn'tfindagunmanaftera serman said. There was West and Texas threatens es e ca
roomin-byroom search, and nothing specific about the to dampen the Thanksgiv-
the lockdown was lifted threat, he said, and the call ing holiday for millions of
Monday aftenoon. No one lasted only seconds. Americans traveling this
was injured, police.said. Classes aren't in ses- week.
"New Haven is safe. The a ton this week, and many Nearly 300 American
WYale campus is safe,'ri New students and staff neom- Airlines and foAmerican East
tHaven poli ea Chief an ebes ft ca mpus lfor the gle flightss wter e canceled
Esserman said. Thanksgiving holiday in and out of Dall as -Forte.
A 911 call was receihead folltWing Saturday's tra- Worth Intemational Air-
ath9:48 a. rom'a man at ditiohal football game port ont. clMonday due tholi of m n o.
a pay pholi about a mile lagainst Harvard. the weather, spokeswom-in ti s
frow the campus who said. But manystudents were an Laura Masvidal said, k.Audre Todd (eft)gathers up a snowball totoss at sister Kensie (center) during a snowman-
is roommate wasothe still their drm rooms, mirroring disruptions at building session with their father, Csey, at their home in awton, Okla., on Sunday.
way to the university to Hartslan said and Yale the airn hub a dayearli er.a
shoot people, Officer D- authorities sent but their Some of th e country's bus-
id-artman said. . firsthwaming h i nab outhalfan iest airiorts aNew sYork, o $3 ig t
SEsserrnan said he was hour after the 911 cae. W ashington D.C., Phila- Travelers
8leaning toward the inci- "The Yale police made delphia, Boston and Char- wait in a
dent being a -hoax nd a lthe right callr Esserman lott e, N.C;.- could seeebig winding
wim esswhoteporte see-said. "They wen st oits ee- La adelays. ai, ad odd yth anwle tr c e u ine to passow
ing soienate witha rifle mediate iockdown to keep Icyro adsledtohundredsa gln o w ei throughn
likely saw a law enforce- everybody safe." a ofe accidentsh a t least customs
sht ppA l, Oic D- W th oitie o bu ir Texas. On Mondays the control at
woohrt es .fst a rong asout fan estorm brought a mix of John F.
fraprsiden a s hon ate IrIg he vsnow, sleet and freezing KennedYr
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Texas. But as the storm
continues east, there are




gfeats of heavy rain along said. and more expensive than though, is the weather
iethe busy Interstaorte 95 cr- Smidt tried to get on an usual this Thanksgiving that's ahead for much of
Sridor and sleet, freezing earlier flight but JetBlue This holiday likely the country. Alread the




J g dubbed. rain and snow away from told hinm it isnt waiving rsee the most air travel- storm system dropped
the coast and at higher any hange fees yet. ers since 2007, according severa inchesofsnowlast
relevatins. "I'm just hoping I also to Airlines for America, week in New Mexico, Art
Tom e oes, a onete oro don't become a statistic the industry's trade and zone, Oklahoma andWest
THEASSOCIATEDPRESS snt with AccuWeather, duringthe holiday week- lobbying group, with the Texas.


YMinnesota Gity Mark Dayton (center) kick off Thanke gMng said it will be "primarily end," hr said. "Worst busiest day being Sundayt Some of the worst
week in Minnesota by ordering a brief stay of ution for a rain event" for the East comes to worst, it will be an estimated 2.56 million weather was expected in
turkey at the sltte Capitol in Minneapolis on Monday. Coast, with up to othree an eight-hour, trek down passengers. Wednesday the Ouachita Mountains
n einches of rain dousing Interstate 90" is expected to be the sec rof western Arkansas but
i rm ann travelers. Ninety percent of tray- ond-busiest with 2.42 mil- most of the region saw
"The further inlawd you elers this week will drive, lion passengerst only sporadic ice and very
Shed sget especially at s you according to AAA, and The average domestic cold temperatures
arn ito tat "ee te ionan ejst imated 389 ail- airfare is up9.5 percent "You ca n see it on the
a n tu you are going to de on people- percent from last Thanksgiving power lines but the roads
Swith frozen precipitation fewer than last year- are to $313, according to the" are.fine," said Cour ey
inta g ar ern ines said tSnow coud farl expectedto drive50 miles Airlines Reporting Corp., O'Neal-Walden, who



week sta western Pennsylvania or more from their home. which proeesses tickets planned to close her Dairy-
Sand th e interior of New Gas is about 15 cents sold online and by tradi- ette restaurant in Mount



England. Up to 9 inches cheaper than last year, tional travel agencies. Ida four hours early be-
BY PATRICK CONDON ered candidates for aWhite could blanket northern AAA said Mondaye with d a Meanwhile, Amtak cause business was slow.
SThe Associated Press House pardon, he got far parts of West Virginia, gallon of regular selling pricesd inSeptember the In Texas, up to 44,000
a tore TLC than the average where th e NationalWeath for $3.28. most recent month for people, msty in the Dal-
wST. PAUL, Minn. With dining room-bound bird. er Service issued a win- The car-lobbying group which data is available las-Fort Worth area, werek
two oter turkeys ticketed Along with his more fortu- ter storm warning from and travel agency says were up more than 4 without power earlier in
for a presidential pardon nate siblings, he lived in a Tyesday momring through Wednesday will be the percent from last year. the day, but that number

gYvemor Monday atf state including Vivaldi and John Wednesday from his home that factors in consumer
Capit ol ceremony featur- Mayer. in Toronto to visit his far confidence, stock m arket
ng much of the sai e up- The bi and his two i ly in Andover, Mass., just perforance, emloy-





beat pageantry ahead of White a iouse-bound kin outside Boston. ment and a survey of 418
a far gloomier fate for the wese all raisedrby turkey "My understanding is people that has a 6 per-
bird. farmer John Burkel in Bad- that I'm traveling at like cent margin of error.
Jokingly dubbedo "Del- getr, Minn., near the Ca- the worst time ever," he Air travel will be busier
cious" by a farmer .tray- nadian border. As current
ling with the 20-pound chairman of the National'a l ,N seg widn
gobbler, the unfortunate Turkey Federation, Burkel
turkey enjoyed only a brief was tapped to provide a
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dinner for the less-forIt- vacy, Burkel conditioned Ann Jobsy Real Estate Tom Sapp
nate. Conversely, his two the naturally nervous birds awner/Broker Broker Associate
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"I dotat know how long tracted," said Steve Olson,
ued last in my backyard executive director of the
with two German shep- Minnesota y. CrkeyGrowers t-.C W sday OU Ac M t
herds," Dayton whispered Association. After Obama's ige EKtHe sc of weser Arasa0u
as he stroked the bird's pardon, the star turkeys Sandra Ward Michael Bedsole Julie Basford
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Obituaries
Lanier-Andler the Farm Credit System in -.
Funeral Home 1995, and he was a charter
Sneads, Florida member of the Valley View
Phone 850-593-9900 Baptist Church.
In addition to his moth-
Carroll J. Neel he is suvived by: Wife,
Sarietta Wells Sister, Fonda
Gail Wells Williams and
Turkey Neel, age 66, of husband Gary Lee Son,
Sneads, Florida passed Wendell Byars Wells and
away at Select Specialty wife Nycole Son, James
Hospital in Panama City, Ross Wells and wife Ashley
Florida on November 23, Daughter, Allison Elizabeth
2013 after a lengthy illness. Wells Arvin and husband
He was born in Calhoun Mark Daughter, Amber
County and -lived in this Nicole Delk and husband
area most of his life. He Cory Ware, Nine grandchil-
was of the Holiness faith dren; Brooke, Samuel, John
and loved the Florida Michael Arvin, Sawyer,
Gators. Grayson, Dylan, Cansler
He was survived by four and Sophia Wells, and
sons Sean Neel and wife Ryleigh Ware and his best
Crystal of Faceville, GA; friend, Abner
Michael Edge an4,wife Kel- Mr. Wells' family will re-
ly of Panama City, FL; ceive friends for a visitation
Shannon Neel and wife Li- at Oak Lawn Funeral Home
sa of Faceville, GA; Jason on Friday, November 22,
Neel of Sneads, FL; two 2013 from 5 until 8pm and
daughters Dawn Loge of a second visitation will be
Athens, GA; Becky on Saturday, November 23,
Broughton of Blountstown, 2013 from 12 until 2pm at
FL; one brother Gene Neel the Valley View Baptist SUBMITTEDPHOTOS
of Idaho; eighteen grand- Church with a funeral serv- Picture of needy famil in the Philippines.
children and four great ice on Saturday at 2pm

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prior to services. To sign the online Club recely donated storage and purifica-
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Hopkinsville, KY on March Chapel Funeral Home. The Associated Press and other such mass kill-
5, 1949,d in Hopkinsville, Marianna Chapel Funer- ings, the report said.
Kentucky, a son of the late al Home is in charge of ar- HARTFORD, Conn. The guns he used in the
James "Ross" W. Wells and rangements. In fifth grade, Adam attackhadbeenpurchased
is survived by his mother, e Lanza wr6te a book thl legally by his mother, who
Barbara E. (Sullivan). Mri s included tales chiden often took her son shoot- t .
Wells graduated from Todd being slaughtered and ing and, according to the
Central High School in son shooting his mother report, had written out a
1967 and Western Ken- Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. in the head. heck to buy him a pistol
tucky University in 1973. Your LocalFlorist andGifts In the years that fl- for Christmas.
He served his country in 2911 Jefferson St. Marianna nwe the was othat ls The report Sid that in
the U-1.S. Marine Corps 850-372-4456 Wed, he was obsessed The reprt said that in
where he was awarded the Michael s Toggery with mass murders, as- 2005, Lanza was diag
Purple Heart for injuries FuneralAppropriateAttire sembling articles, photos, nosed with Aspergefs
sustained in combat during 2878 Jefferson St. Marianna ooks, footage and vio- disorder an autism-
Vietnam. He retired from 850-482-8647 lent ideo games, includ like condition that is not
ing one in: which players THEASSOIATED PRESS associated with violence
gun down students in This identification photo released Apil3, by Western Con- and that he lacked em-
school. He even kept a necticut State University in Danbury, Conn., shdws former pathy for others and be-
Law enforcement gath- spreadsheet ranking mass student Adam Lanza, who authorities saidopened fire inside haved strangely. e
ered there and Norris was murders. the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. Nobody was allowed
From Page lA spotted twice in a nearby Nearly a year after Lanza or excuse." why Lanza chose Sandy into his room, not even
wooded area.- The BCSO shot his mother to death The summary released Hook Elementary other to clean, according to the
and drove to the local area. Air Unit and K9 unit were and thenr massacred 26 by the lead investigator, than that it was close to report. It said Lanza also
The search continued used to search the wo0ods, people at Sandy Hook El- State's Attorney Stephen his home. He attended disliked birthdays, Christ-
throughout Sunday night A shoulder-to-shoul- ementary in Newtown, Sedensky III, describes a Sandy Hook from first mas and holidays and did
around 6:30 a.m. Monday, der grid search was con- prosecutors closed the 20-year-old gunman who through fifth grade, but not like to have his hair
a citizen called the BCSO ducted by deputies in the caseMondaywithareport had "significant mental he was never assigned to cut.
and reported seeing aman heavy brush, and Norris that sketched a chilling health issues" but had the classrooms where the He also wouldn't touch
matching Norris descrip- was found under a pile of portrait of a young man sure knowledge of what shootings took place. doorknobs, his food had
tionr in the area of a creek pine straw in -the woods with a twisted fascination he was planning: Besides The spiral-bound man- to be arranged on the
bed near Atlas Portable where he had attempted with violence, having the spreadsheet, uscript that Lanza wrote plate in a certain way, and
Buildilgs and Truss Manu- to bury himself, officials But they were unable to he smashed his com- in the fifth grade at San- he changed clothes often
facturing at 3925 USHigh- reported.p answer the question thaat puter hard drive and he dy Hook, "The Big Book during the day. He was a
way 231 and Evergreen No details about thePut- everyone has been asking used earplugs during the of Granny," was among loner at school and was
Cemetery on Highway nam County incident that since the tragedy: Why? shooting. items seized from Laaiza's repelled by crowds and
231, according to the press led to his arrest were im- "The dbvious question Lanza killed 20 first- home. There is no indica- loud noises.
release. mediately available, that remains is: 'Why did graders and six educators tion he ever handed thea Weeks beforethe New-
'i "the ,: .. ::the shooter murder 27 with aw semi-autonatic book in at school. town 'shootidg, Nancy
of.people, including 20 chil- rifle at the school on Dec. The main cfiaracter has Laniza was concerned
1 1eThe store is located at dren?' Unfortunately, that '14. He also shot his moth- a gun in 'her cane and about her son.and said
R o e 2638 Hwy. in Cottondale.' question mnay never be er in the forehead inside 'shoots people, and an- that he hndn't gone any-
From Pag d A Anyone with informa- answered conclusively," their home. He commit- other character likes hutt- Where in three' months
r stiton in the case is asked the report said. ted suicide with a hand- ing people, especially and would communicate
and the old truck stop next to call the Jackson County Lanza "was under no gun as police arrived at children w ith her by email only,
door, whereauthoritiesbe- Sheriff's Office at 850-482- extreme emotional distur- the school Lanza also became ob- even though they lied in
lieve he left the area in an 9648 or Crimestoppers at bancefor which there was Sedensky said there sessed with the 1999 'Col- the same house, accord-.
unknownvehicle.."' 850-526-5000. a reasonable explanation was no clear indication umbine High bloodbath irng to the report.



Contractor chargedwith murder in Philly collapse
The Associated Press ter was imminent. to cut corners, Williams three attached store- onto a smaller Salva- tion to the earlier charges,
"The tragic and prevent- said. He charged Camp- fronts when other bids tion Army store, trap- the grand jury charged
PHILADELPHIA-A cut- able collapse ... robbed our bell with six counts each were two or three times ping shoppers and work- him Monday with criminal
rate building contractor city of six amazing Phila- of third-degree murder that amount was not ers in rubble. Campbell conspiracy,
will face murder charges delphians that perished and involuntary man- charged Monday. And his was alsO charged with risk- "Mr. Benschop hadnoth-
for a botched demolition in the rubble and left an slaughter, aloig with other architect was given im- ing a catastrophe, conspir- ing to do with the plan-
in downtown Philadel- additional 13 wounded," charges. munity in exchange for acy and endangerment. ning of how that building
phia that killed six people Philadelphia District At- Griffin's subcontractor, his grand jury testimony. He was expected to sur- was coming down. He
inside an adjacent store, torney Seth Williams said equipment operator Sean However, the panel has render to police Monday. showed up to work and
officials announced at a news conference. "The Benschop, had previously not finished its work, and A call to his cellphone the contractor told him
Monday. motive was greed." been charged with invol- Williams declined to com- went unanswered, and his what to do," defense
Prosecutors called Grif- Campbell, 49, had a untary manslaughter, and ment on whether owner lawyer did not return a call lawyer Daine Grey said
fin Campbell "the center deadline to meet, was be- remains in custody on $1.6 Richard Basciano could be for comment. Monday.
of culpability" for 'the June ing paid a flat fee, and million bail. charged. Benschop allegedly op- Williams agreed that
collapse, and said he ig- wanted 'to preserve as The building owner The collapse occurred erated heavy equipment Campbell alone chose the
nored his client's warning much salvageable material who chose Campbell's when an unsupported while high on marijuana demolition method and
the night before that disas- as he could, leading him $112,000 bid to take down brick wall crashed down and painkillers. In addi- supervised the job site.

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Syria talks aim to build on momentum of Iran deal
The Associated Press told The Associated Press. tion by both sides is by no
"The Iranian govern- means guaranteed.
BEIRUT -Within 24 ment must cut relations Under pressure from the
hours of an interim deal with the regime and leave U.S., the Syrian National
aimed at reining in Iran's the choice to the Syrian Coalition has dropped
nuclear program, world people." conditions that Assad step
powers raised hopes Mon- A break between Iran down before any talks and
day for the first face-to- and Assad is unlikely in has eased demands for
face talks to end the Syrian the short term given the' guarantees ahead of time
civil war as the United foothold the alliance gives that he will not be part of
Nations called the warring Tehran in the Arab world. any transitional govern-
parties to the table. Still, a thaw between Iran ment demands that the
But huge gaps remain, and the U.S. which Syrian government has
The opposition remains backs the opposition roundly rejected.
vague on whether it will coalition could prompt But the coalition is stick-
even attend the Geneva Tehran to encourage ing to its condition that
conference called for Jan. Assad to make conces- Assad release detainees
22, and both sides hold sions, at least enough to and allow humanitarian
fundamentally different keep talks going. corridors to provide access
visions on the very basics, "If the Iran talks had not for desperately needed aid
particularly the future worked or if the Iranian to rebel-held areas.
role of President Bashar THEASSOCIATED PRESS deal had not come about "These are trust-build-
Assad. In this Saturday, Nov. 9 citizen journalism image provided by Aleppo Media Center AMC, which yesterday, I think it might ing measures thai need to
Nevertheless, Monday's has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting, a Syrian rebel fires a have bepn more hard-go- take place ahead of any
announcement of a weapon towards Syrian government troops loyal to President Bashar Assad in Aleppo, Syria. ing today," said Salman talks, otherwise all efforts
date for the talks after aeShaikh, director of the to convene a peace con-
months of delay produced a final accord could pave U.N. spokesman Martin that it was a good week- Brookings Doha Center, ference are futile," Sieda
palpable hope that the the way for normalization Nesirky played down end for diplomacy." "In terms of the diplo- said.
precedent of success- of ties between Iran and the possibility that the Still, a senior member matic atmosphere, there's Previous attempts to
ful nuclear negotiations the West, reshaping the negotiations with Iran in the main, Westeri- certainly a feeling of some bring Syria's warring sides
with Iran might open new Mideast political map. played a direct role in the backed Syrian opposition impetus." together have failed mis-
diplomatic channels that As Assad's staunchest movement on Syria, which coalition expressed hope The conference aims erably, mainly because of
could help broker an end ally, Iran has given him followed a meeting in Ge- the nuclear deal would to work out aroadmap disputes over Who should
to the nearly 3-year-old sigificant financial cup- neva of senior diplomats transform Iran into a for Syria adopted by the represent the opposi-
civil war in Syria that has port and is believed to from the U.S., Russia and "positive regional player," "U.S., Russia and othe tion and the government,
killed more than 100,000 have sent military advis- ...the U. relinquishing its support major powers in June 2012 as well as whether Iran,
people. ers, trained pro-govern- The two tracks "are very for Assad. including creating a Saudi Arabia and other
The nuclear deal be- ment militiamen and separate, both tracks have "We hope the Iranian transitional. government regiqnal powers should be
tween Tehran and world directed one of its proxies, been going on in different nuclear deal will provide leading to the holding of at the table, and above
powers was announced Lebanon's Shiite Muslim formats, in different lca- impetus for aSyria deal," elections. all- whether Assad will
in Geneva on Sunday. Hezbollah, to fight along- tions," he told reporters. Abdelbaset Sieda of the Enormous challenges remain in office in the
Success in negotiations on side Assad's troops. "So I would simply say Syrian National Coalition lie ahead. Even participa- future.




Easing of sanctions could start in December
The Associated Press The United States and of the agreement," Hague regional influence.
the EU have separate said, calling the amount On his return to Tehran,
BRUSSELS European sanctions on Iran. Easing of sanctions relief "a very Iranian Foreign Minister
Union sanctions against European restrictions small proportion" of the Mohammed Javad Zarif
Iran could be eased as soon would affect numerous total frozen assets and told state television that
as December, officials said areas including trade value of sanctions applied the country was prepared
Monday, hfter a potentially in petrochemicals, gold to ran. for quick follow-up nego-
history-shaping deal that and other precious met- "The way we're doing tiations to keep the deal on
gives Tehran six months als, financial transfers sanctions relief leaves Iran- track
to increase access to its to purchase food, and with a' huge incentive" to "We are ready to begin
nuclear sites in exchange medicine, and the' ability go for a comprehensive the final stage of nuclear
for keeping the core com- of third countries to ise agreement since Tehran agreement from tomor- (flmrt 300 people)
ponents of its uranium EU-based firms to insure wants complete sanctions row," said Zarif, who was
program. shipments of Iranian oil relief, Hague said. greeted by hundreds of Date: Thursday, November28th
The deal, announced again. The deal reached Sun- cheeringstudepts. (D : Thrak oivibg D Ay)
Sunday, envisions lifting Mann said work on day will allow Iran to keep.'- Many Iranians' appeared
some of the sanctions that amending the EU regula4 the central elements of its upbeat about the deal Time: Serving from 11:00AM 1:00PM
have been crippling the tions was already begin- uranium program, while and the possibility of an Place: Grocery Outlet Parking Lot
country's economy. The ning, but cautioned that stopping its enrichment.at eventual end to sanctions,
sanctions were in response changes depend on the a level lower than what is such as blocks on access, MENU
to fears that Tehran is us- Iranian government living needed for nuclear arms. to international banking Turkey *.Dressing or Mashed
ing its nuclear program up to its end of the deal. In addition to a six-month networks that have cnrip-
to build atomic arms. 'It's important that both window for Iran to allow pled businesses and' made Potatoes wgravy Green Beans
Iran denies it wants such sides of the bargain are more U.N. access to nudcle- once-routine transactions Dinner Roll Cranberry Sauce
weapons. implementing this agree- ar sites, sanctions Will be such as paying tuition Pumpkin or Apple Pie
"A Europe-wide decision ment, so we w6uld coordi- eased notably in the oil, for a student abroad a wl Whipped Cream *Iced Tea
is necessary" to ease EU nate timing-wise also with automotive and aviation complicated process.
sanctions, French Foreign the Iranian side," the EU industries though not
Minister Laurent Fabius spokesman said. ended.
told Europe 1 radio. "That's Britain's Foreign Secte- The agreement is a first AL
expected in several weeks, tary William Hague put step one that Israel has
for a partial lifting that is the total estimated value condemned as a "historic L
targeted, reversible." of sanctions relief at $7 mistake" that effectively
"It could be in Decem- billion over a 6-month pe- accepts Iran as a thresh-
ber, it could be in January, riod, but stressed it would old nuclear weapons state.
it depends on how long the not all come at once. Israel has found common
legislative process takes," "They do not receive 7 cause with Saudi Arabia,
EU foreign affairs spokes- billion on the first day and which shares concerns
man Michael Mann told then decide if they want about a nuclear-armed
reporters in Brussels. to implement their side Iran and Tehran's growing



































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College Basketball


Chipola women knock off No. 1 Trinity Valley
BY DUSTIN KENT NIT. a 50-point second-half outburst "We kind of got hot (in the over Cloud, and Evelyn Akha-
dkent@jcfloridan.com The tournament started on to blow the game open and then second half) and had some big tor posting 22 points and 15 re-
Thursday, with Chipola open- salt it away late plays from some kids who really bounds in the win over Odessa.
The No.4 Chipola Lady Indians ing up with a somewhat slug- thanks to the free stepped up," Chipola coach Greg Akhator, Key, and Brianna
made a big early-season state- gish 70-64 win over Odessa be- throw shooting of Franklin said. "Every night, we Wright all made the all-tourna-
ment Saturday night in Midland, fore bouncing back Friday with freshman point had a different kid step up." ment team, with Akhator earn-
Texas, knocking off the defend- a dominating 76-44 victory over guard Diamoni- The Lady Indians had three dif- ing Most Valuable Player hon-
ing national champion and No. Cloud. sha Sophus, who ferent leading scorers in the tour- ors after filling up the stat sheet
1 Trinity Valley Lady Cardinals In Saturday's final against Trin- made 11-of-12 at the stripe and nament, with Sue Key scoring a
72-60 in the final of the Women's ity Valley, the Lady Indians used scored a game-high 23 points. team-high 22 points in the win See CHIIOLA, Page 3B

College Basketbal
PREP BASKETB .RI.




ON A BIG STAGE

'Dawgs try to

turn the tables

on Tigers at

Chipola
BY DUSTIN KENT
dkent@jcfloridan.com
For the second straight year,
the Malone Tigers and Marianna PHOTO BY BRYAN CRAVEN
Bulldogs will open their sea- i Chipola's Cinmeon Bowers goes up for
son series at a neutral site, with a layup during a game this season
Chipola College again playinga
host tonight to one of the most
storied and intense rivalries in
Jackson County.
Both teams come into the game
without a blemish on the record *
thus far, with Malone sporting
dyight' Shomg aistN rem ain
a 3-0 record going into Mon-
day night's home game against
Poncd de Leon, and Marianna
a 3-6 mark after opening-week
wins over Cottondale, Ruther-
ford, and Blountstown.
Each club brings positive mo-
mentum into the game, though BY DUSTIN KENT
it's tle series momentum that dkent@jcfloridan.com
th6Bulldogs would like to turn
in the other direction'. The No. 7 Chipola Indians picked
After running off seven straight up two more wins over the week-
victories over Malone from 2007- end inWaycross, Ga., beating Cape
2010, Marianna has found itself Fear and South Georgia State to
on the wrong end of the rivalry improve to 7-0 on the year.
in recent years, with Malone tak- Friday's matchup with Cape Fear
ing four straight overall and five was a high-scoring affair, with
of the last six. the Indians taking a 102-93 win
The Tigers won the initial and the quartet of Carlos Morris,
matchup at Chipola last year 65- Demetrious Floyd, Jamaar McKay,
52 and then humbled the Bull- and' Sam Cassell, Jr. combing to
dogs 75-49 in the return match score 83 points.
in Malone, leading by as much as Morris led the way with 25 points
35 points and drawing a running on 7-of-10 shooting and 5-of-7
clock on their arch rivals,. from the three-point line, while
It's a niemory that is surely still Floyd and McKay each scored 20,
with the Bulldogs, who will have with McKay also adding nine re-
plenty of motivation to turn the bounds and making 10-of-11 from
tables tonight. the free throw stripe.
"f I think they're eager and feel FLORIDANFILEPHOTO Cassell, Jr. had 18 points to go
Marianna's Roderick Copeland goes up for a shot during a game against Malone last season. The withfive rebounds, five assists
See STAGE, Page 3B Bulldogs and the Tigers will play again tonight at Chipola at 7 p.m.
See INDIANS, Page B3

Prep Basketbal

Baker, Johnson lift Tigers to win
BY DU.SiN KENTm ter we got it going and got a few points up."
dkentjcfli c stops. Of course it helps when It was a busy opening week for
The Malone Tigers made it you've got two guys who can give the Tigers, who are also sched-
three straight wins to start the you 54 points." uled for three games this week,
season Saturday night at home, The Baker/Johnson duo also with a game at Chipola against
using a. third quarter surge to 'combined for 52 points in last Marianna tonight following
pull away for a 70-49 victory over week's 70-32 win over Bethlehem Monday's scheduled contest
the Central Jaguars. and each ik averaging right at 22 against Ponce de Leon, and thent
Chai Baker scored 30 points to points per game on the season. a third Saturday in Cottondale
lead the Tigers, while AntWain Welch said that the two are against the Hornets.
Johnsoit added 24. learning quickly how to use each
Central's Zac Wright scored 24 other's talents to make each oth- lady Tigers win again
points in defeat and kept the Jag- er better.
uars close until a big run midway "We've won two games in a row The Malone LadyTigers earned,
through the third period helped where they both played well and their second straight victory Sat-
Malone get some separation. played very well off of each oth- urdaynight at home against Cen-
The Tigers led 33-22 at halftime er," the coach said. "They did a tral, blowing open a close game
before Central cut the margin to great job (against Central). They early en route to a 51-31 win.
eight early in the second half, were able to shoot over the de- Malone, which improved to 3-
but tha4 was as close as the Jag- fense and they both shot it well. 2 with the victory, led 9-8 at the
uars got. Chai also did a good job of get- end of the first quarter thanks to
"Zac Wright had a good night ting to the free throw line (mak- a buzzer-beating half-court shot
for them. He always gives us ing 12-of-15). When you're able byBreana Dallas. PHOTOBYKELSEYWELCH
problems," Tigers coach Steven to do that and hit open shots, Malone's Taqualan Brelove looks for a teammate during a game Saturday
Welch said. "In the third quar- 'you have the ability to put some See TIGERS, Page 3B against Central.

Sports Briefs
High School Football 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.; Sneads at Tuesday- Marianna vs. Malone at day, with both games at 3:30 p.m. Both games tip at 1:30 p.m.
The Cottondale Hornets will host the Port St. Joe, 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.; Chipola, 5:30 p.m.; Sneads at Port
Blountstown Tigers in the 1A state Graceville vs. Geneva (Ala.) in Ge- St. Joe, 4 p.m. Chipola Women's Sports Items
semifinals on Friday at 7:30 p.m. neva, 6:30 p.m. Basketball Send all sports items to edito-
50turday- Malnone at Cottondale, Chipola Men's Basketball The Lady Indians will compete in the rial@jcfloridan.com, or fax them to
g h ool5:30 p.m. and7 p.m.- The Indians will travel to Niceville Northwest Florida Rick Flores Clas- 850-482-4478. The mailing address
Boys Baskethall this weekend to play in the North- sic in Niceville this weekend, taking for the paper is Jackson County
High School west Florida Rick Flores Classic. on Santa Fe on Friday and Miami- Floridan P.O. Box 520 Marianna, FL
Tuesday- Malone vs. Marianna at Girls Basketball Chipola will play Indian Hills on Dade on Saturday. 32447
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Florida State Iron Bowl


Rivals gear up


for showdown
The Associated Press take what we've worked
for."
AUBURN, Ala. Ala- Prosch offered a simi-
bama quarterback AJ Mc- lar mind-set on prepar-
Carron insists Auburn is ing for the game, which
Florida State merely "the next team in is only the seventh top-10
quarterback our way," whatever the Ti- matchup in a rivalry that
Jameis Winston gers' record. has been played 77 times.
signs autographs Auburn H-back Jay "It feels -like we've been
after the Prosch says preparation preparing for every other
Semoles for this Iron Bowl has felt team, not really anything
beat Idaho on lilke any other game so far. different," he said. "We all
Saturdayein The hundreds of RVs know it's a huge game and
Talywas.PS oalready parked down the we're going to play our
THEASSOCIATED PRESS -street from Jordan-Hare hearts out, preparing like
So n Stadium a week before we. normally do."
kickoff offered a'different Auburn ti0ght end C.J.
Hesman voters wait on Wston perspctive. Business- Uzomah said erery player
as-usual denials aside, learns the significance of
The Associated Press Many Heisman vot- tion one way or the other. last Saturday they're No. 1 Alabama and No. 4 this rivalry early in their
ers say they are taking a The presumption of inno- warming up to Northern Auburn are preparing for careers, even minus the
Heisman Trophy voters wait-and-see approach on cence that he has legally llinois quarterback Jordan perhaps the biggest game high rankings. But he said
were emailed a ballot on Winston's legal issues. The ought to apply in -terms Lynch, Fresno State quar- ever in this rabid in-state with the losses by Bay-
Monday. It's not due back state attorney in Tallaha- of his Heisman chances. I terback Derek Car and rivalry on Saturday. lor a game Uzomah.
for two weeks. see,. Fla., has said a deci- just hope there's a resolu- Boston College running The teams that have watched on T- and Or-
Good thing, because it's sion on whether to charge tion before have to vote!" back Andre Williams. hoarded the last four na- egon and the high rank-
going to take some time Winston with anything is Votes from the 928-men- "I was probably leaning tiorial titles have only ings, the game has been
to sort this out. A Heis- unlikely to be reached this berHeisman electorateare toward Johnny Manzielun- met once before when magnified even further.
nman race that not long week, but maybe next. due by Dec.9 at 5 p.m. EST. til this past weekend," said both were ranked in the "You step on the cam-
ago seemed well-defined "It cant be forgotten that The winner is announced Hugh Kellenberger of The top five. No. 3 Alabama pus and that's the first
has been muddled in so Winston's constitutional Dec. 14. Claiion-Ledger of Jackson, beat No. 5 Auburn and thing you hear," Uzomah
many ways. Not the least rights supersede whatever Meanwhile, the, stage Miss. "Earlier in the year I Heisman Trophy-winning said. "You get recruited
of which is a sexualassault privileges afforded him is set for AJ McCarron to thought it was Marcus Mar- quarterback Pat Sullivan and that's the focal point
investigation involving Ja- as an exceptional 'college make a late push.The Ala- iota's to lose. So right pow 31-7in 1971. Bear Bryant's that can define the sea-
meis Winston, the TFlorida football quarterback," said bama quarterback could I'm certainly looking for Crimson Tide then were son, like it is this upcom-
State star who would oth- Drew Sharp of the Detroit have two more chances his other candidates, and a guy routed by No. 1 Nebraska ing Saturday"
erwise be 'the clear front- Free Press. "Heisman vot- talents on. display, start- like Alabama's A McCarron 38-6 in the Orange Bowl. Unomah said when he
runner after the Heisman ers must let the investiga- ing Saturday at Auburn. probably has a better can- Both teams are con- saw the packed RV lot a
stock of several contenders tion play itself out for as Win that and it's on to the didacy now than he did just tenders going into this week before the game he:
crashed last weekend. long as possible before Southeastern Conference a couple weeks ago." one, though Auburn (10- realized, "This is going to
"Last week was a seis- rendering judgment." title game for the Crimson McCarron is the second 1, 6-1 Southeastern Con- be huge."
mic one, and shook up the No. 2 Florida State plays Tide. choice onr Boada's board ference) likely needs No. 3 "It's going to be the most
landscape," Charles Davis Florida on Saturday, and BraxtonMiller, No.3 Ohio at 2-1, making ahuge move Ohio State or No. 2 Florida unbelievable atmosphere'
of FoxSports said. then the Atlantic Coast State's dual-threat quarter- after being 13-2 last week. State to lose. I've ever gotten to play
Even with potential crim- Conference championship back, is in a similar situa- There doesn't seem to be Losses by Oregon and in," he said.
inal charges hanging over game on Dec. 7. He leads tion., He gets Michigan on a massive, groundswell of Baylor helped the Tigers While the Tide (11-0,
Winston, online sports the nation in efficiency Saturday, and then No. 11 support for the senior with move'up a couple of spots 7-0) was romping over
book Bovada has him as rating (194.5) and has Michigan State the week two national champion- in the shrinking line of Chattan6oga 49-0 Satur-
the favrite to win the thrown for 3,163 yards and after for the Big Ten title. ship rings" it's been more of tiflehopefuls, but the Iron day, Auburn had an open
award at 12 odds, mean- 32touchdowns. While voters havecooled a steadily growing appre- Bowl winnerstill mustget date.follwing a thriing
ing if you bet $200 on him "Obviously, strictly as a on Texas A&M'sJohnny ciatiori for his consistent past either No. 5 Missouri win over Georgia in an-
to win the Heisman you'd player, he's a leading con-, Manziel, Oregon's Mar- production. A cover story orNo.10 South Carolina other matchup of tradi-
win only $100. Though the tender," said Bill Rabinow- cus Mariota and Baylor's in Sports llustrated can in the SEC champinship tional rivals.
odds that he wins it are not itz of the Columbus (Ohio) Bryce Petty all of whom help. And, of course, he's game It's taken the biggest
as good as they were last Dispatch. "But I don't want had.below-average perfor- now fAcing more pushback Nick Saban's Alabama turnaround of the col-
week. to prejudge his legal situa- mances in losing efforts from skeptics. team controls its own des- lege football season to
tiny 'in the program's pur- restore this game into a
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neyears. Alabama's 49-0 win last
NOles 1 win fromn perfect regular season in fvyeasb
S i cCarron insisted itwas season was the second-
easy remaining focused biggest margin in Iron
The Associated Press The, Seminoles have on FCS Chattanooga last Bowl history. Alabama'
set the ACC single-sea- week and said the height- won 42-14 in 2011 after
TALIAHASSEE -Florida .son scoring record with ened stakes don't. change the Tigers pulled off a
State's Jameis Winston de- 607 points. Florida State's his approach to the game. huge comeback to win
scribesthe football field as Lstreak ofl t consecutive "I really don't care what 28-27 the year before to
his'sanctuary. gaines scoring 40 points or their record is," he said. continue their own na-
The Heisman Trophy more ties Texas' 2005 sin- "They're still the next tional title run with Cam
candidate continues to gle-season FBS record. team in our way trying to Newton.
put any distractions of an Florida State has been
ongoing sexual assault in- adept at staying focused,
vestigation aside when he even against lesser op-
steps on the field, though ponents. But the Gators
he is still waiting to learn if will desperately want to
he will be charged. redeem' themselves after
Winston helped No. 2 losing toGeorgia Southemrn
Florida State roll to 80-14 at home.
win against Idaho on Satur- "Just because they lost to
day. The Seminoles capped another team doesn't mean
off their first 11-0 start THEASSOCIATED PRESS they're not going to come
since winning the national Florida State defensive back Lamarcus Brutus (42) and to play hard against us,"
championship in 1999. running back Karlos Williams (right) congratulate defensive. Florida State running back
'"The football field is a back Keelin Smith (37) after he intercepted a pass Saturday Devonta Freeman said. "If
sanctuary to me," Winston against Idaho in Tallahassee. we let up they might hit us
said, ";.. When all of us are whether to charge the 19- BCS champidnship game. in the mouth, but we ain't
on 'the field everything is year-old Winston. "I mentally prepare my- letting up.
jiust zoned out." The family of the ac- 'self for football ... always "I know for a fact we ant
Florida State, his set cuser issued a statement football," said Winston, going to let up."
several school records be- through attorney Patricia who signed autographs There hasn't been this
hind Winston and all that CarroU, saying Winston for Seminoles fans as he much of a disparity be-
stands between the Semi- raped the woman on Dec. walked off the field on tween the two programs
noles and an undefeated 7, 2012. Winston's lawyer "Saturday. since 2009. The Gators
regular season is '60 min- Tim Jansen has suggested The Seminoles will pre- were 13-1 and finished
utes against struggling ri- the sex between the two pare for a Gators team (4- ranked No. 3 in the coun-
val Florida this week. was consensual. 7) in the midst of its first try. The Seminoles went
Whether.- Winston will On the field, Winston re- losing season since going 7-6 and ended the season
continue to be the quar- mains a leading Heisman 0-10 in 1979 and coming unranked, but they did THEASSOCATEDPRESS
terback is unclear. Trophy candidate after off its first loss to an FCS beat West Virginia 33-21 Alabama linebacker Jonathan Allen (93) and defensive
State Attorney Willie throwing for 225 yards and team in school history. in the Gatoi Bowl. Florida lineman Brandon Ivory (99) stop Chattanooga running back
Meggs told the Associated four touchdowns against' The Gators will have their cannot become bowl eli- Kendrix Huitt (27) on Saturday in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Press it is unlikely that a the Vandals and the Semi- hands full against Florida gible in 2013--- even with a
final decision will be made' noles are two wins away State, which just keeps win this week- and are on
before Thanksgiving on from a likely berth in the rolling along, a six-game losing streak.

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and a long line of very lop- getting to the state tourna- ven Welch said he knows giving his team problems it up yet, but that's what
sided victory margins. ment and making an even they've all been waiting to on the boards, but per- makes it special. If one
From Page 1B 'But the Tigers lost three bigger. run are better this get another chance at his haps his biggest concern team won every year, it
starters from that team, year because those other team. is making sure his players wouldn't be a rivalry. It
like they've got a little bit including athletic inte- kids understand their "Both teams will be aren't affected by playing may be (Marianna's) time
of something to prove," rior forces in Ty Baker and roles and they're going to amped up, but obviously in a college gym with a now, but we're not ready
Marianna coach Travis Amp Speights, as well as walk out there with two they'll feel like they've got bigger crowd watching. to give it up yet."
Blanton said of his play- gritty defensive guardAus- (players) that are as good a lot to prove. It's been a "There are so many peo- Blanton said he believes
ers. "We took some pretty tin Williams. or better than you've got while (since the Bulldogs ple there and it's such a big that his players are ready
good whippings last year This year's Malone team on any given night. beat Malone)," he said. deal and kind of like a big for the moment.
from Malone and from is much less deep and ex- "They've got two Divi- "But my guys feel 'like stage, some people, don't "Our kids are excited to
several others, but we've perienced than the senior- sion-I basketball players they have a lot to prove as show up as their normal play in that kind of atmo-
just got to continue to get laden group last year, but and I just think they un- well. We graduated some selves on a big stage and sphere and I'm sure theirs
better.. Blanton said he believes derstand a little better that seniors and some people that's the biggest thing," are also.
"I think the whipping we this group could be even those two have to touch it, think our run is over,- so he said. "Neither team re- "We're looking forward
took from them late last more dangerous with the and they can turn it on any our kids have a lot of inter- ally, played well (in last to the challenge of playing
year was embarrassing, perimeter duo of senior time they want.", est in the game obviously, year's game), but I felt like one of the best teams in
but that was my fault. We Chai Baker and junior An- The Bulldogs have been "It will be a good one. it was kind of to (Marian" the state," he said. "We're
weren't prepared to play twain Johnson, who were a bit more balanced offen- They've got some really na's) advantage. When we excited about it. It's a
and we went away from both averaging 22 points sively thus far, placing five good playersand we've got got them in a regular gym, holiday so h lot of people
the game plan early and per game going into Mon- different players in double some good ones too. I feel it was a little bitdifferent, should be home and able
tried to play like them and day night's action. figures in the opening win like the team that does the "The rivalry outdates to come watch and hope-
it got away from us. We "WatchingthewayMalo- -over Cottondale, and no best job of handling the any of us and it's probably fullywe'll have a good per-
can't let them dictate to us ne played against Godby one scoring more than 16 emotion early will prob- been this way throughout formance. Well probably
the way we play." (an 80-71 preseasonr win points in a game yet. ably end up winning the history where one team have to play our very best
Malone had its way with at Marianna High School) Marianna returns seven game." will have a good run and to have a chance.".
a lot of teams during a was really impressive," the players who saw time in Welch said he was wor- get on top and then an- The game tips off at 7
dominant 2012%2013 sea- coach said. the two matchups last sea- ried about the length and other will do it. I hope p.m. following the junior
son that included 25 wins "I think their chances of son and Tigers coach Ste- athleticism of the Bulldogs .we're not ready to give. varsity game at 5:30 p.m.



Miami assistant deends Philbin


The Associated Press scandal.
TOne issue is whether
DAVIE Miai Dol- anyone on the coaching
phins defensive coordina- staff ordered Thcognito to
tor Kevin Coyle defended toughen up Martin, who
the management style of becameastarterasarookie
coach Joe Philbin in the last year but played'poorly
wake of the team's bullying at times.
scandal. Martin left the Dolphins THE. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Coyle said Monday he on Oct. 28, and Incognito The Dolphins surrendered a last-minute touchdown Sunday
was happy 'to talk with was suspended Nov. 3. against the Panthers that cost themthe game.
an NFL special investiga- "Mrtin will likely be'in-
tor who spent last week terviewed a second time
questioning coaches, .by NFL special investigator
players and others in the Ted Wells about the team's
organization. Dolphins coach has been facing a lotof tension as a result bullying scandal a
"When you know what the team's issues on and off the field. person fa ar with the
you're doing is. right, and situation. 1
how you're doing it is as The. 'second interview "
goodaswhat I believe any- what the organization is vestigatng allegations by will likelybe in NewYork .
body in this league does all about," Coyle, said. "I'm tackle Jonathan Martin City or California the first
- and I believe that's how happy to talk. to anybody, that he was harassed daily week in December, the The'Associated Press Again, that last five or so
we do things here and how because I think coach Phil- by teammates, including person told' The Associ- minutes, where the play
we operate here then bin and we do things bet- guard Richie Incognito. ated Press on condition of DAVIE The Miai 'needstobemade, wekind
there's no reason not to be ter than most people in Wells will determine the anonymity because details' Dolphins have developed of let it slip through our
able to tell whoever exactly any sport." role of Philbin, his staff about the investigation are a habit of fading at the- fingers. It's frustrating to
what you're all about, and Attorney Ted Wells is in- and management in the confidential. finish, which bodes poor- know the capability and-
ly for the closing stretch ability is there, and guys
of.the season. are making it happen, but
and five assists. ing as a team for the second seven rebounds, and Floyd Over, the past eight in critical positions we
.I IJ .:.:S Chipol,. made ,,-9of-36 straight game, with Torian and Dont'e Reynolds scor- games, the Dolphins have dropped the ball."
e.B from the free throw line, Graham leading all scorers ing nine points each. been outscored 53-23 Literally, at the very
From Page lB which- proved to be the with 29 points on 11-of-14 Chipola will next head to in the final period. They' end. MikeWallce let a
and three-steals. difference with Cape Fear from the field and 6-of-9 Niceville for the Northwest haven't scored a fourth- longdesperationpass slip,
Anthonly Vanhook led making just 18-of-29 at the from three. Florida Rick Flores Classic quarter touchdown since ,off his fingers at the goal
Cape Fear with 27 points line. Cassell, 'Jr. also had 20 this weekend, taking on September. The latest line in the final seconds,
and 15 rebounds,- and In the win over South pointstogowithfourassists No. 2 Indian Hills on Fri- blown lead knocked them which summed up; the
Osandai Vaughn had 26 Georgia State, the Indians and fourfteals, with McKay day and VolunteerState on out of the driver's seat in 'Dolphins' latest fourth-
points, nine rebounds, topped 50 percent shoot- contributing 17points and Saturday. .the race for. the final AFC quarter flop.
playoffhberth.' The defeat dropped
Miami built a 16-3 lead them into a six-team tie
T had a more balaficed scor- I that should have been- in the AFC at 5-6. The
ing effort and got more / bigger Sunday, but gave group is scrambling for
people involved. When we up a last-nid ute touch- the last wild-card spot,
From Page 1B share the ball and pound downianidl.ost to the Car- 'behind the five teams i
Sto ethe post and limit teams' oliina Panithers 20-16. the conferetice with win-
The Lady Tigers took con- second- and third-chance It's piobably iore frus- ning tecords.
trol in the second quarter opportunities, we're apret- traifig flian if they. put "There's a lot of football
and carried a 26-14 lead tygoodbasketballtean." 50 points on the board, left to be played," coach,
into the halftime break Dallas led all Malone defensive end Cameron Joe P-hilbin said Moriday.
before pulling away in the scorers with 19 points, fol- Wake said. "You know for "There are a lot of teams
second half. iowed by Curteeont Bre- 56 minutes of the game in a cluster, and Decem-
"We 'did a real good job love with 16, and Angelica. you gre doing everything ber is usually the time
defensirely. Our goal is to Livingston with eight. you can, and you are da- when teams separate
hold teams under 40 points Malone was scheduled ing everything you need themselves from one an-
and we did that, and we did to take on Ponce de Leon to do to win the game. other."
a real goodjob of sharing on Monday before facing
the ball," Malone coach Marianna' at 5:30 p.m. at
Preston Roberts said. "We Chipola tonight. -

S t Iinto that top tier," Frank-
a lin said."It helps with re-
Scmuiting and bringing kids
From Page lB in here and letting them
-kniow that we are compet- -
with 12 points, 18 re- ing at the national level on.
bounds, four blocks, and and we're going to coim-
four steals in the win over pete for championships."
Trinity Valley and continu- Chipolais now8-0 oi the THE ASCIATED PRESS a-
ing tobe a dominant force season and has won those Stephen Gostkowski kicks the game-winning fcield goal
for the Lady Indians t games by an average mNar- against the Denver Broncos Sunday nightoin Foxborough.
both ends of the court.- gin of 28 points per game. a
"She was tremendous," That level of dominance i*t n O ithe *,trld h ainfon
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It's a victory that estab- got to be able to handle franchise history gave it a nice to. get.a good bounce w w, surroundings, automaticaUy..
lishes the Lady Indians as success," Franklin said. 34-31victofyoverDenver. when we needed it.
serious national champi- "They have to stay focused In a game of turnovers "It was not our best
onship contenders, and it' and be able to handle in frigid and windy condi- night, glad we won."
may result in their ascen- that every day grind. But I tions Sunday night, Tom The bitter defeat for the
sion to No. 1 in the next wouldn't mind beingl o. 1. Brady brought the Patri- visiting Broncos (9-2) ru- irnt n
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ALLEY OOP BY JACK AND CAROLE BENDE Dear Annie: I am a boy injunior high false encouragement by engaging her in.
I WOULD ADVISE SCHEDUING AN M s L W BOUHR" school. I recentlywent to a social event corinversation, even negatively. Be totally
ASWES, 50. W CAN 6ECK 1 XwTN A o AY WV N r for kids my age. While there, a girl spilled: neutral and uninterested. Arad patient.
REPEAIED CONCUSSIONS? AM MRI OING YOUP L S SOUND HA OP the beans that she has had a major crush. .
R on me for more than a year. She asked Dear Anni:e My uncle is a tax attorney.
to hold myIellphone and then put her Recently, the whole family was together
k ..number into my contacts. for lunch, and.we happened to talk about
".- -|.Here's the problem. I don't like this girl myjob as a special ed teacher. I asked
at all, but I'm getting tonsof texts from my uncle, "If the boss declares bankrupt-
her daily. No matter how hard I try to cy, who gets paid first the employees,
1 2- distance myself and let this one-sided landlord or lender?"
relationship die, she keeps coming back. Before my uncle could respond, my
SI P RBY JACK AND C OLEBENDER Annie, I have tried not responding, de- mother said, "You don't ask lawyeis for
_o T 0.,OY tHI.i NED m leting her from my contacts, etc. I don't free legal advice." I replied that no one
ooT,, i want to break her heart, because I'm seems to mind asking me for exper-
4-. ) | > not that kind of guy. This is the first time tise. My aunt insisted that it is different
S ot o wrr ^"---'-. lanything like this has happened to me, because my uncle is an attorney, and
and it's starting to stress me out.Can you my mother agreed with her. I pointed
p-6 help? NOT A HEARTBREAKER out that my grandfather, an accountant,
often gave free professional advice.
SDear Not: Somnetimes you can't avoid So, let me ask you, Annie. Ifcmy Uncle
breaking a heart. Be kind, not cruel, and were a chef, would it be wrong to ask
take solace in knowing you behaved like how long spices keep their freshness?
THAT A BABY BY PAUL TRIAP a gentleman. Tell this girl as kindly as Why is it that lawyers are sacrosanct,
S possible that you aren't interested in a but all other professionals are fair game?
romantic relationship. Say that you're NOT A LAWYER
^ UNVs 4ec, _, sorry things didn't work out the way
X^y wr'P. ,/ ~^she wanted, but she must stop texting Dear NotWe don't believe this is true.
i.e .. e ^"'' ^becauseit makes you feel that slhe is We.think in your household, your mother
S < |j > astalking you. and aunt expect lawyers to hand you a
SYou cannot control her response. She bill for professional advice. People ask
inay cry, be angry or even continue-to lawyers, doctors, teachers, cooks and
rtext. Do not respond. It will take a while other professionals for free advice all the
_* ._ \before she,gives up, so be sure not to give time. How they handle that is up to them.
KIT'N' CARLYLE BY LARRY WRIGHT HERMAN BY JIM UNGER
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lThis year, Audrey Grant ing three hearts and one North 11-26-13

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W|{t b )0 "-- .(Baron Barclay). In this but better is to give West West 4 East
'' i'- dealfromthe book, look thelead withhis lknown 9* 5as 4 2
UDO~NN ~at only the North and diamond queen when he ,A 8 6 Y QJ 10 7
-. : :Soutth hands. The contract must either lead ahea op10.742 5 43
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7 k leads the diamond king, or concede a ruff-and- YE 92
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: play, given that trumps are nating all the black-suit & KQ 96
it ".breaking 3-2? cards from West. Dealer:South
TVulnerable: Neither
Three no-trump would Southwins the first South West North East
,have been easy to.make, trick, draws'trumps, and 1 NT Pass 2 4 Pass
and perhaps North, since cashes his four club tricks. 2 4 .Pass 4 4 All pass
he has a strong doubleton, Then he leads a diamond. Opening lead:
should have eschewed West takes declarer's jack
11-26 - LaiingsonaiOannc..DM. untoU.aus.23 Stayman. But thatwould with his queen, but he is sary half the time, because
iclfrs c fo s have ruined the lesson, endplayed. In real life, the East will have the heart
istrbted by Universal Udlick for UFS "We're still married, but separated." South is in'danger of los- endplay will be unneces- queen.




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-$9.00 per bussell Look ahead to your Mobile Homes for Rent 2BR/1BA
Fresh Green 1 229-246-1340 4 0 future! Start training Located beween Grand Ridge & Sneads.
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$49.95 ea. 10 or DUPLEXE TRIL.XS QUAD HO E ORS
more $39.95 4 Brick 2/1 Duplex 3196 Diana Lane $575. Large Brick Home 3/2 with 10 acres, country
secluded area $160,000 $25,000 down &
Live Oaks, Crape Myrtle, and with carport & Storage $600. 700. mo. Owner fin. Avail. 80-264283.
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S850- 557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4 2003, 40 ft
S7 ds $95,000.
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a maSm IE (775) 721-8359
$10.00 per bag or $20.00 per box
Bar-L Ranch Hwy 73 sdiuth and Lararjore Ad, 4BR/2BA Moble Home in Sneads
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schools and shopping. $650 M. + Dep.
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a loaded, black, 2 door, 62k miles. KBB $22,000.
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SImmediate need for a "Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" Please call 334-693-9360 for more information.
Beautiful, stylish newly remodeled brick home 2011 Hyundai Genesis
Full Charge Bookkeeper for rent 2BR/1A QUIET, SAFE neighborhood. Coupe Grand Touripg 3.8L
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be capable of working independently in a hers master bath, walk In closets, open floor seats, automatic transmission, Infinity sound
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*'k E1 M E 2 N. Oates St. mats, and ice cold air conditioning. 18" alloy
The Dotha Eagle 227 N. ates St Nicely remodeled, wheels, rear parking sensors, window tint.
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2-car garage. Laminate Cadillac 2003 Deville financing available
l F F hardwood flooring/vinyl silver in color, like new condition, low miles.
220 W. H 52 Ma tile squares. Screened back 334-585-3236. $550D.
34 7Iporch. Fen, ced yard. Wall- Chevrolet 2002 Trailblazer:
334-793-6690 New refrigerator. Washer &dryer and 2ge.nd New design /straight 4.2,
SNow Hiring Cashiers. refrigerator in garage. Less than 5 minutes 6 cyl. eng w/DOC, 24V,
Retail Convenient Store in Sneads. from Mariann FCI and Sunland. $775 deposit, 270HP. Good MPG, GRN,
Please Call: credit/income verification and references AC, OD auto, PS, PB, near
DEER CORN shelled and sold by the bag, barrel, 850-482-5676 or 850-584-6666 required. Call 850-212-4325 new tires. Runs, looks & drives good. Lots of
and or wagon. $6 per 50 lbs. Call for the best wto inquire. -. f : .power. New headlights, battery, wiper blades.
price around. 850-557-2400 aSE foT the T NADA $4,500. Reduced to $3,995. 671-3059.
Chewolet 2012 Malibu, low miles, fully euipped,
3BR/1.5 BA, nice, clean, ceramic tile, fireplace, like new, $200 down, $259 per month, call Ron
stainless steel appliances, separate party Ellis 334-714-0028.
house. 1/2 acre of land with fruit and pecan
a trees. $55,000. 850-263-4590 or 850-209-3474 Soa GOT BAD CREDIT?
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mo Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550
2/2 MNbile Home on one acre,,near Lipcoln 1991 Mercury Pracer: metallic blue, 441k
Sunland $450/month $500. deposit original miles, only driven in Dothan, mint con-
850,693-0570 ,0 dition, 4 new tires, like new, 4 doors, cold AC,
power steering and AM/FM radio. $5,000 Call
S3 bedroonobile Homes In Cottondale. 334-701-0010
$500 www.20arbosc weryngcom. Nissan 2012 Versa Sedan, real nice car, great
American Heart Association Course & = gas mileage over 30 MPG, very well equipped,
$250 down, $250 per month. Call Steve Hatcher
S2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. 334-791-8243.
-- NO PETS CH&A $325- $500/Month Nissan 2013 Altima, low miles, fullwarranty,
c ePlease call 850-258-1594 or Must Sell!! $200 down, $279 per month, call
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Toyota 2012 Corolla 5, still under factory war-
On-Cam pu's& Online 2&3BRMobileHomes ranty, great gasmileage, fully loaded, $300
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Dining room table & 6 chairs: Formal, cherry Recliner La-Z-Boy, taupe. $25. 850-592-3261
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gray int blue tooth ready, Lg. cargo, exc. cond. We u?|(W *c m
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Toyota Sienna 2011 XLE 3.SL inside lift for iM a I 3. 4qM474
Hoover round $6225. optional equip. + moon o -
roof. 30K miles, $22,500. OBO 334-493-9930
MTRCEWE WILL BUY YOUR CAR
2005 Honda Gold Wing 1800 Trike 2400 miles, OUT GHT
Silver, showroom clean, EZ steer, spoiler, lug- Regardless o year, make, model,-we ave
gage rack, fog lights. $19,500. 334-673-9990. millions of dollars on hand to pay'you good
2009 Yamaha Raider ONLY W re On Thecoast BurtWorth The Drive,
1,960 Miles. 1900cc (113ci) replOtable, &we can give you a fair price'
motor. Black. Garage kept I '' I 1 5
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Controls. Hard Krome Strip-
pers Exhaust $9,000 OBO.
Spare front tire, and factory foot controls if.
needed. Building home, so it HAS TO GO. ..J
256-335-1354 Call with your name and leave L EGL NOI
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Chevrolet 2006 Tahoe: burgundy, one owner, sons or firms that sealed proposals will be ac-
excellent condition, 3rd row seat, custom run- cepted at the Jadkson County Purchasing De-
ning boards, extras, very clean, 101k miles partment located at the Jackson County Ad-
$11,900. Call 334-712-0692 or 334-618-9980 ministration building, 2864 Madison Street, Ma-
rianna, Fl. 32448 until 2:00PM CST on
l I II- 12/12/2013 for the following item or items:
Dodge Ram 1500 2007 SLT quad cab 4x2 HEMI RFP NUMBER: 1213-36
5.7 V8 engine, anti theft, tilt steering, 27K RFP NAME: Replace 6 rooftop Gas Packs
miles, Very clean, power drivers seat, rear-slid- (HVAC) units at the'Jackson County Correction
ing window, bed liner, towing pack. Loaded. Facility Phase II
$16,500.334-475-6309.
DESCRIPTION: Removal of old units and install
(5) new 7V.5 ton units (1) 10 ton unit
Chrysler 2004 OPENING:
Town & Country Touring. Proposals will be opened by the Purchasing De-
Cherry red wgray interior. partment of the BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
Automatic, power doors, SIONERS located at 2864 MADISON STREET,
windows & locks, clean, verydependable. Cold Marianna, Florida 32448 on 12/13/13 at 10:00
AC. Smoke free. 137K. Great family car! $3,750 AM C.T.
Call 334-803-0724
GMC 2008 Savannah Cargo Van. Bid Packets must be obtained from our web
Mileage 109,575. Can be seen at 208 Bic Road. tewwnbd& RPs Infrmai In urcis
Call 334-72-7746 ask for Sylvia may be made by contacting Stanley Hascher,
WANTED T k f Purchasing Agent, at 2864 Madison Street, Ma-
rianna, Florida or voice phone 850-718-0005, or
Fax 850-482-9682.
1ST PLACE TO CALL FOR ALL OF
YOUR TOWING NEEDS! IMPORTANT
49e OP4 4 Response packets SHALL be submitted in a
sealed envelope marked SEALED RFP arid iden-
PAYINGMTOP DOLLAR FOR JNKCARS tified by the NAME OF THE FIRM, NAME AND
NUMBER OFTHE PROJECT, ALONG WITH THE
Contact Jason Harger at 334-791-2624 DATE AND TIME OF OPENING. Opening Date:
Dec 6th 2013 at 10:00 AM C.T.
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FOR JUNK VEHICLES Jackson County is committed to assuring equal
opportunity in the award of contracts and,
IALSO SELL USED PARTS therefore, complies with all laws prohibiting
24 HOUR TOWING 334-792-8664 discrimination on the basis of race, color, reli-
gion, national origin, age and sex.
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IA signs Bryant to 2-year extension

TheAssociated Press Jerry West have declared
Bryant the franchise's
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. greatest player, given his
The Los Angeles Lakers fistful of championship
signed Kobe Bryant to a rings and his consistent
two-year contract exten- brilliance while scoring
sion Monday, securing the more points than anybody
fourth-leading scorer in in a Lakers uniform.
NBA history into his 20th Although Bryant is taking
season with the franchise. a pay cut from his. $30.45
Bryant hasn't played million salary this season,
this season while recover- Kobe and the Lakers didn't
ing from surgery on his exactly agree to a home-
torn Achilles tendon in town discount, either.
THEASSOCATED PRESS April, but the Lakers didn't ESPN reported the'deal is
Derrick Rose has played in only 50 games since the Bull's wat'to renewL their cor w orth $48.5 million, keep-
Eastern Conference Finals run in 2011.
mitment to the five-time ing Kobe among the NBAs
NBA champion before he highest-paid players.
got anywhere close to the Some fans grumbled on-
S free-agent market next line that the contract will
summer. limit the Lakers' flexibility THEASSOCIATEDPRESS
Bryant inked the deal in the free-agent market Despite not having played yet this season, the Lakers have de-
aD skuc swithowner Jim Buss and next suinmer, clouding cided to extend the contract of the 35-year-old Bryant.
I U general manager Mitch their starry-eyed dreams
D cKupchak at his side in df signing Carmelo Antho- perhaps the most signifi- competed," Bryant said.
agent Rob Pelinka's office ny or LeBron James. Other Cant injury of his career. The contract is another
moments before the Lak- fans approved the payout Bryant said last week that milestone in Bryant's re-
ers left for an East Coast as a reward for an iconic he could adjust his game markable career. He was a
road trip. Bryant, Buss and player who still ranked and contribute something 17-year-old high schooler
o ut t o se a so n PKaupchak all had repeated- among the 'NBAs most to the Lakers right now, when the Lakers acquired
ly stated Bryant wouldn't dangerous scorers before but he wants to make a him after the Charlotte-
leave his only NBA home. his injury full return when he finally Hornets chose him in the
The Associated Press and he's already thinking The 35-year-old guard Bryant and 39-year-old steps on.the court for his first round of the 1996
about his rehab," coach quickly tweeted a picture point guard Steve Nash are 18th NBA season. draft, and Lakers fans
CHICAGO Chicago Tom Thibodeau said Sun- of his signature with the the only players signed to "It's definitely some- watched as he evolved into
Bulls star Derrick Rose is day, before the team an- hashtag: Laker4Life. significant contracts for thing where youfre kind of one of the most dominant
out for the remainder of nounced their star was "This is a very happy day next season with the Lak- champing at the bit a little scorers in NBA history
the season. gone for the. season. for Lakers fans and for the ers, who have been an- bit, but we've come so far," dazzling fans with his of-
The team said that Rose "Typical Derrick. He's con- Lakers organization," Kup- ticipating a major roster Bryant.said after practice fensive inventiveness and
had successful surgery cerned about his team, his chak said in a statement. restructuring in 2014 ever last week. "I want to make drawing critics for his ball-
Monday morning in Chi- teammates." "We've said all along that since Dwight Howard fled sure, we all do, when you dominating style of play.
cago to repair a torn me- The top-seeded Bulls our priority and hope was town in July. step out there you're ready Bryant woi three chain-
dial meniscus in his right bowed out -in the first to have Kobe finish his Even if the Lakers waived to go. the long haul; ad pionships with Shaquille
knee. He was hurt Friday round of the playoffs in career as a Laker, and this the oft-injured Nash under (the injury) isn't something O'Neal from 2000-02 and
night at Portland. 2012 against Philadelphia should ensure that that a special provision limit- that continues on." added two more with Pau
The 2011 NBA MVP after Rose went down and happens." l ing his salary cap hit, Bry- Coach Mike D'Antoni Gasol in 2009 and 2010,
missed all of last season fell into a season-long Bryant has spent more ant would eat up roughly a has said Bryant can: re- winning the NBA finals
after tearing the ante- holding pattern without than half of his life play- third of their room under turn whenever Kobe says MVP award after each of
rior cruciate ligament him last year, waiting for a ing for the Lakers, and ifhe the projected cap before he's ready. The Lakers are those titles. He won his
in his left knee in Chica- return that didn't happen. fulfillshis new contract, he anybody else joins him surviving in his absence, orily NBA`MVP 'award in
go's 2012 playoff opener His recovery took on a will break John Stockton's nextseason. improving to 7-7 on Sun- 2008 and his scoring titles
against Philadelphia. He circus-like feel. Fans saw recorm of 19 seasons with Bryant returned to prac- day night by beating Sac- in2006and2007,alsoearn-
has played in just 50 NBA him shooting and dunk- one NBA franchise. tice earlier this month, ramento for their third ing 15 selections to the All,
games -- 49 in the regular ing before games last sea- But Kobe's legacy in LA. andhis return to the court straight victory. Stargame-with four MVP
season and that lone play- son and wondered why he already is. secure: No less seems imminent, although "I've been extremely awards from the showcase.
off game since the Bulls' wasn't playing, particularly than Magic Johnson and he isn't rushing back from proud of the way we've and two gold medals.
run to the Eastern Confer- as the Bulls fought through
ence finals during his MVP injuries and illnesses down
season. the stretch.Adidas released On Wednesday, December 25, 2013, the Floridan will
The latest injury oc- videos documenting his
curred in the third quarter progress, but Rose mostly publish its annual In Loving Memory page.'
against the Trail Blazer. stayed inthe background, If you would like to pay tribute to a loved one who
He lost his footing while saying little about his re-
trying to change direction covery. That changed mid- you have lost, send the following information along
to get back on defense way through the season.
when Nicolas B13atum stole There was also specula- .with a photo and payment of $18.00 to
a pass froih Joakim Noah tion that Rose's camp was
and started the other way. advising him to sit out i
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court and couldn't put any was a rift with the organi-
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ing a timeout. standing pat at the trade or drop by our office at:
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afterward. back this season- and in- Deadline is Monday, December 16, 2013,
With Rose back, the Bulls sisting he could regain his 5:00
were expected to challenge MVP form. at 5:00PM.
LeBron James and the Mi- He was off to an up- r
ami Heat for supremacy and-down start., He was Name of Loved One: etySmi
in the Eastern Conference 'averaging 15.9 points and I
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in a familiar spot trying games, with 19 points in
to get by without-their cor- a loss at Denver and 20 I !__ _as_ an &
nerstone player. against Portland.
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badly for Derrick. He's Kirk Hinrich figures to Wemissyou!'
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