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A tragic incident in Jackson County sent a 6-year-old child to the hospital Saturday night.
The Florida Highway Patrol reports that on Dec. 7, at approximately 5:20 p.m., Jeff Bloechl, 37; of Graceville was attempting to reposition his 2009 Chevrolet 2500 truck. While moving the vehicle, Bloechl's left front tire inadvertently collided with a boy, age 6, who was outside the vehicle. The incident occurred in the yard of

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The Sneads Elementary School leadership team is (front row) Principal Carolyn Pilcher and Assistant Principal Mindy Howell; and (second row) Edna Reed, Debby Thompson, Cindy Applewhite, Brandi Baxley, Brandi Perkins and Shay Pevy. In recognition for the hard work of its teachers, administration, parents and students, Sneads Elementary School was recently honored by Gov. Rick Scott for its high student performance as a Title I school. C A

Sneads Elementary Staff report

The Florida Highway Patrol says a l il e fronm Jackson-County car crash left a 79year-old man deadSunday morning. r According to FHP, Kenneth Ray
rlo~dgovernor Davis, 79, of Greenwood was driving
west on Nubbin Ridge Road around 7 a.m. on Dec. 8, at or near the posted After glowing FCAT scores, principal speedlimit.
The 2001 Buick LaSabre that Daready for challenge of Common Core vis was driving drifted to the left and
drove onto the south shoulder of BYANGIECOOK Employees recently received ORINFLPHOTO the roadway. The car then rotated word that their hard work LkANLP0 clockwise, causing the driver to lose
is paying off, even getting a ing at state school rankings Principal Carolyn Pilcher, control. Principal Carolyn Pilcher; handwritten note from Gov. based on reading, math and was written on a chart that FHP says the vehicle then collided
the students, faculty and Rick Scott that read, "Great science FCAT scores, the details where the school sits with a large oak tree, entrapping the
staff at Sneads Elementary job!" performance of SES is worth in those rankings: driver.
School are basking in some What caught the gover- noting. Scott's recognition, County EMS pronounced Davis
well-deserved recognition, nor's eye is that, when look- which was delivered to SES See SNEADS, Page 5A dead at the scene.

Quilter stitches one REILERS GET


up for her old school HOLIDAY RUSH

When she was much younger, still in her elementary years at the old Bascom School, Lanell Hagler Skalitzky swore she'd never quilt one scrap. She could, and did, sew most of her own clothes as a child but the very utilitarian quilts that her grandmother .made from old scraps of discarded fabrics at home just didn't appeal to a youngster's eye.
She remembers using, her grandmother's giant quilting frame to hide in games of seek--it hung from the ceiling ANGIECOOK/FLORIDAN
when it wasn't in use-but she Lanell Hagler Skalitzky folds up the quilt she made to assist. in the had no desire to use it for its in-' renovation and repurposing of her alma mater, long-inactive Bascom tended purpose. School. Her quilt will be given away in a drawing, Friday, Dec. 13, during DEBORAHBUCKHALTER/FLORIDAN
She kept that childhood vow a fish fry fundraiser for the cause. Moke than, $600 has been raised in vA whitee House Antiques owner Pete Carmichael until she was a grandmother contributions given for a chance to take the quilt home. The fish fry at ks on a herself. But when her grandson Bascom Town Hall will run from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. The exact time of the wor piece of merchandise in his came along 19 years ago, she quilt giveaway has not been set, but the winner will be contacted if not W distribution warehouse, formerly the Habitat broke down and made him a present during the drawing. for Humanity warehouse. Carmicheal was getting the
baby quilt. She didn't use her ed in her easy chain. From that dren, and a step-graridchild. grandmother's frame, but one point forward, Skalitzky started merchandise ready for his store as the Christmas
she could work with while seat- quilting for the other grandchil- See QUILTER, Page 5A buying season continues.

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F L O R ID A N TUESDAY, DEC.,10 coach will be teaching "Tools for a successful Job Methodist Church on Clinton St. in Marianna.
St. Anne Thrift Store Sale- 9 a.m. -1 p.m. St. Search" Open to public and free of charge. Sponsored by Marianna Optimist Club for students Publisher Valeria Roberts Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. All ))Jackson County Branch of the NAACP month- for students 8 -18 years of age in Jackson County. clothing -buy one and get second item of equal or ly meeting 6 p. m. St. James AME Church. All studentshand their parents are welcome. Players
lslf r. Hall skill levels including beginners are welcome. less value for half price. Half price 6n all toys and )Marianna High Christmas Concert-6:30 Call 693,0473 Circulation Manager Dena Oberski Christmas Decorations. Call 482-3734. p.m. Marianna High School Auditorium featuring ) Republican Club of West Florida Meeting Marianna High School Jazz Band and Symphonic ) Celebrate.Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship
Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Band under the direction of Mackenzie Lane, Band Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult, CONTACT US Marianna. Call 352-4984. Director. Marianna Middle School Band will join the teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
Telephone: 850-526-3614 ) Optimist Club of Jackson County Board Meet- stage and play "Feliz Navidad'Admission: $3 or one hang-ups.' Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call
FAX: 850-482-4478 ing Noon at 4476 Broad St., Marianna. non-perishable food item. All food items s will be 2097856,573-1131. "
Email: Sewing Circle 1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior donated to the Chipola Family Ministries. ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
street Address: Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call )) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, p.m. in the AA roomof First United Methodist
St t A e 482-5028. 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
4403 Constitution Lane donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
Marianna, FL 32448 t m Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- Noon limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; SATURDAY DEC. 14
Office Hours: to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist papers will not be signed. )) Women of the Moose Chapter 1286 Fall'
Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
Weekdays, 8a.m. to 5p.m. EmployabyWorkshop-2 p.m. Marianna One F D 3 Bazaar 8a.m. to 1 p.m. in Moose Lodge (old
Wekas ~.t ~.) Employability Wokhp2pm ainaOeFIADC 3Tony's Restaurant) parking lot in Marianna. Bring
Stop Career Center. Certified motivational career
MISS YOUR PAPER? coach will be teaching "Effective Communication D Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson your handmade goods and join the cause. $5 ifyou
You should receive your newspaper no later 'Skills:' Open to public and freeof charge. County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and bring your table. $10 if Moose furnishes table. Call experienced hand rafters welcome to create, 526-1026 after 4 p.m.
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- Chipola Healthy Start Board of Directors spe- shares learn or teach faVorite projects. Call 482- Second annual Christmas Festival bythe
tion between 6a.m. and noon, Tuesday to clal meeting-3 p.m. at CARE Conference Room, 9631. Lake-8 am -4 p.m. in Sneads. Proceeds go to
i a4150 Hollis Dr, Marianna. Call 482-1236.
Friday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The Ar6 City of Marlanna selling Brunswick stew for Sneads High School Project Graduation.
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) Autism Support Group Meeting- 6 pm. in the Toys for Tots-11 a.m. to I p.m. in the parking lot ) Alford Community Health Clinic Hours 10
is published Tuesday through Friday and (Clinton Street entrance). Family Marianna between City Hall and the Police Station. $4 for 16 a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in
Sunda mnins. ueidica l pou g pai d (lSret enandservi ce ). pro i members. caregiv- oz. cup with crackers. Will make local deliveries for Alford,The free clinic for income-eligible patients
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid ers and service providers welcome. Call 526-2430. an order of five or more plates. To place orders call without medical insurance treats short-term
at Marianna, FL. ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8:9 718-1001 or 482-4353. illnesses and chronic conditions. Appointments
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist ) Which eReader is Right for You?-3p.m. available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins SUBSCRIPTION RATES Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. at the Jackson County Public Library, Marianna welcome. Sign in-before noon.
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 )) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a:m. -1 p.m. St. Anne's This informative class on eReaders will help you )) Christmas Festival-2 p.m. 4 p.m. in CottonCatholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. Call 482-. learn the differences'between Nooks, Kindles dale on Front Street. Free event. for three months $62.05 for six months 3734. and tablets. Find the right fit for you! Call Ann Christmas Parade-4 p.m. in Sneads.
and $123.45 for one year. All prices include WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11 482-9631. .) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30applicable state and local taxes. Mail )) Green Industries Best Management Practices i) Christmas Parade and Festival-4 p.m. in 5:30 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail Workshop-8 a.m. Jackson County Extension Grand Ridge. Line-up at 3 p.m. Afestival will im- Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months: Office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna. $30 regis- mediate follow with pony and train rides, games, Three Rivers State Park 10th Annual Commu$92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one tration fee. Call 482-9620 or prizes' visit from Santa and hot dog and chili. Free n Thrist a rkLig th A Cmmuyear. ))Jackson County Tourist Development Council to public. Rivers State Park in Sneads. Will be accepting pet
meeting-1O a.m. at the Russ House, 4318 Lafay- ) Fish Dinner-4 p.m.-7p.m. BascomTown Hall, food and other items for pets. Donations'accepted
ADVERTISING ette Street, Marianna. Bascom. $8 per plate. Raffle for a queen size quilt for future light shows. All families, groups, organiza) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon $1 each or 6 for $5. Call 569-1128. tions, churches and business interested in setting
The advertiser agrees that the publisher to I p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist )) Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation Din- up a display contact part for further information
shall not be liable for damages arising Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. ner/Dance 5:30 p.m. at Jim's Buffet & Grill, La- 482-9006. Free admission.
out of errors and advertisements beyond fayette Street, Marianra. Live music, prizes. Public
the amount paid for the space actually THURSDAY, DEC. 12 -welcome. Dotiations accepted norn- profit organiza- SUNDAY, DEC. 15
tion which will be Mark.Skinner, photographer of
occupied by that portion of the advertise- )) St. Anne Thrift Store Sale- 9 am. -1 p.m. St. Jackson County Floridan : Call 526-4561. )) Children's pictures taken with Santa and the
ments in which the error occurred, whether ,Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna. All .Gic- ~.-5pm tteCabro on
such error is due to the negligence of the clothing buy one and get second item of equal or )) The Rivers State Park lOth Annual Commu- ic-merce. Freemevent. ~.a h hme fCm 'I r h' nd less value for half price. Half price on all toys and nity Christmas Light Show-6 8 p~m. Three
publisher's employees o terwise, nd Christmas Decorations. Call 482-3734. Rivers State Park in Srneads.Will be accepting pet )) Capital Chordsmen Barbershop Harmony
there shall be not liability for non-inser- food and other items for pets: Donations accepted, Chorus Concert-4 p.m. at st. Luke's Episcopal
tio o an byon te Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The for future light shows, All families groups, organiza- church in downtown Marianna. Quartets wilistep
toofayadvertisement beodteOaks Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's tions, churches and business interested in setting out of the chorus. These quartets include women in
amount paid for such advertisement.This focus is the local community, "Community, Children up a display contact part for further information "Revised Edition".A"Meet the Artist" reception will
newspaper will not knowingly accept or & Character:' Call 526-3142. 482-9006. Free admission, follow the concert. The whole community is invited.
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis- )) Employability Workshop-2 p.m. Marianna One )) Chess Club -6p.m. 8 p~.First untd Donations are accepted for the Fine Arts Series.
p~m. nitedContact person Lois Jones 482-7671.'
ing which expresses preference based on Stop Career Center. Certified motivational career.
legally protected personal characteristics is The submission deadline for this calendar istwo days before publication. submit to: Community Calendar Jackson County Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Maianna, FL 32447,
not accepable.,'fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
SNEWS PUBLISHED MranPoiePolice Rounidup
new ofckgeneralunters Flreea ofl charge. 0 aian olc epartment down complaint, one burglary reported, )).Timothy Stephens, 51, 2910 Stephens
new o gnealineret re o careone physical disturbance reported, two -St., Marianna, failure to appear, resisting
Submit your news or Community Calendar .The Marianna Police Department listed verbal disturbance report- without violence, obstruction by disguise.
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.~ thle following incidents for Dec. 8, the latest ) ed, one hitcher/ pedestrian } Maurice Bennett, 26, 2406 Mayberry
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, available report:. One drunk pedestrian ', ; t reported, two fire/police Lane, Marianna, reckless driving.
anniversary and birth announcements. reported, one missing adult reported, one ]-LA-M-e sppecls w ie ~ rnLn,5,27 oeodDie
-Forms are available at the Floridan offices. missing juvenile reported, one abandoned .,--- single residential reported, Cottondale,- aggravated assault (domestic Photographs must be of good quality and vehicle reported, two suspicious incidents one fire vehicle, one drug violence).
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the 'reported, one suspicious person reported, offense complaint, 13 medi- ) Leo Logsdon, 52, 4390 Tupelo Court,
right to edit all Submissions. one highway Obstruction complaint, one cal calls, one fire department assist, one Marianna, battery (domestic violence)."
burglary reported, two verbal disturbance grass/brush fire call, one burglary alarm )) Rhonda Abel, 57, PO. Box 100, ManlGETTING IT RIGHT complaints, three traffic stops, one civil call, one traffic stop, four larceny, one civil anna, battery domesticc violence).
The Jackson County Floridan's policy disputes complaints, one follow-up inves- dispute complaint, one trespass report, i) Travis Holden, 38, 2823 Borden St., Manlis to correct mistakes promptly. To tigations, one welfare, check and seven one abandoned property reported, two anna, domestic battery on person over 65
report an error, please call 526-3614 home security checks, follow-up investigations, two noise-distur- years of age.
*Monday-Friday. -bance complaints, 13 property-building )) Jeffery Power, 42, 4820 Highway 90,
'checks, one retail theft/shoplifting report- Marianna, trespass after warning, aggra___________________ Jack$on COulnty Sheriff's Office ed, two calls to assist other agencies, one vated assatilt.
public service call, one transport and one )) Kristin Neel, 31, 2192 B (no street listed),
S! The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and Baker Act/transport. Grand Ridge, ietail theft.
... ': county fire/rescue reported the follow- )) Jessica Cannady, 28, 6115 Highway 2,
-.; ing incidents for Dec. 8, the latest avail- Bascom, retail theft.
4 :4 able report: One accident with injuries, Jackson County ,, Kristeen Avery, 35, 2426 Harold Drive,-,' ; one missing juvenile reported, one stolen Correctional Facility Marianna, retail theft.
: : vehicle reported, two abandoned vehicles Jail Population: 211
reported, one suspicious incident com- The following persons were booked into To report a crime. callCrimegtoppers at 526-5000 or a
plaint, one suspicious person complaint,, the county jail during the latest reporting local law enforcement agencyTo report a wildlife violation, .JCFLORIDA .C OM%, tWO funeral escorts, one sickness/subject -periods: -callI1-888-404-FWCC (3922).




The Baptist College of Florida Fall 2013 Graduating Class. From left: (Pront Row) Dr. Thomas A. Kinchen, Todd Larson, Anthony Toseph William Jeter II, son of Joey and Langer, Jessica Paine, ReAnna Logan, Callie Cumberland, Brittany Blowers, Rachel Butler, Brandy Little, Heather Kelly, Mackenzie Tiffany Jeter. Hadley, Joshua Watford, Dr.R.C. Hammack (2nd Row) Gary Medlock, Timothy Bradley, Jessica Harris, Heather Lloyd,, Lauren I Camp, Nicole Hedrick, Bethany Grebeta, Stephanie Scheib, Maggie Hudson, Jessee Pennington, Rebecca Pitts, Lucas Lott (3rd Row) Trent Livingston, James Matthews, Jacob White, James Coleman, Jonathan Engstrom, Kyle Allen, Joshua Trent, Hunter Dorriety (Back Row) Timothy Burdin, Lee Peters 11, Steven Crews, David Robinson, Randy Scheib, Derek Brown, Jacob Patillo, Austin Rhodes..

BCF class graduates; 'What are you waiting for?' Place Dinner/Dance
Special to the Floridan address, SeniorVice
President R.C. Hammack Special to the Floridan a live country band. The
"What are you waiting presented the graduat- public is invited for an
for?" asked The Baptist ing seniors to Kinchen The Marianna Gather- evening of fun, dancing,
College of Florida Presi- as recommended by the ing Place Foundation, a prizes, etc. Donations will
dent Thomas A. Kinchen registrar and approved not-for-profit organiza- be'accepted. Proceeds of
during his address to the by the faculty. Kinchen ton, is having a char- this event will go to Mark
graduates at the Fall 2013 proceeded to confer ity dinner/dance get-to- Skinner, photographer of
commencement service degrees and instructed gether at Jim's Buffet on. the Jackson County Floriheld Dec. 6. Forty-three the graduates to turn their Lafayette Street in Mar- dan, who is battling cangraduates listened intently tassel symbolizing the anna on Friday, Dec. 13, cer. For more information
as Kinchen made it clear completion of this chapter at 5:30 p.m. There will be call 526-4561.
that their response to the in their education. Among
question would make a' the newdegree recipients
difference for all eternity. were a husband and wife,
Graduation commemo- couples engaged to be A note from Jeff Massey
rates the beginning of married and miraculous
new areas of ministry, life stories of how each gradu- at the M arianna Chamber
changing commitments, ate arrived at this point
transforming decisions in their lives. Uniting the Special to the Floridan Russ House situation.
and continued education. entire group was the com- We wish 'to thank each
According to Kinchen, mitmekt and determina- It is so hard to believe of you for your continued
"The vast majority of tion to use the education that the end of 2013 is support and you willingthe world is waiting in and skills earned over the upon us, looking back on ness to let us evolve into
desperation, secluded past years in service to the this year it is not hard for the best Chamber we can
silence, hoping things will Lord. me to find reasons to be be.
get better. The world is Davis led the congre- grateful. The Chamber of. We would like to. wish
asking the question, 'Do I gation in singing the Commerce has been so all of you a very Merry
matter? Does life matter?' -college hymn, "Tell Me the fortunate to have a mem- Christmas and the happiSo let me ask you, gradu- Story of Jesus," and the bership. base that spans est of NewYears.
ate, what are you waiting Husband and wife, Randy and Stephanie Scheib, graduate new Teacher Education from small business to for? The world is waiting together with honors during the BCF Fall 2013 graduation Professor Kaye Johnson corporate and all of those to hear the message He exercises on December 6. pronounced the benedic- in between. A member- '
is b6m, He is risen, He is tion. The 2Q13 December ship that has allowed
alive!" and Circumstance" as sors Shawn Buice, Darreyl graduates exited in excite-, us to be a part of their
With just a small cluster guests stood in honor of Duggar, Jay Erp and Kaye ment as photographs and growing businesses and /J A
of clouds, the projected the graduating class. The Johnson as they signed the social media sites were in any ways their lives. rain held off, keeping commencement service Articles of Faith pledging quickly filled with the Each day we are looking the focus on the excite- officially began with the to uphold the Christian news of this special day. for new ways to increase meant and anticipation invocation by New Testa- doctrines and standards The compelling question member services for our surrounding graduation. ment Professor Shawn of The Baptist College of remains, "What are you members so that we may i7' ,
Black caps and gowns Buice followed by the Florida. The.BCF College waiting for?" The Baptist help to build your busifilled the Wellness Center hymn favorite, "How Great Singers led by Professor College of Florida can nesses to the levels you as the graduating seniors ,Thou Art," led by Music Bill Knowles provided be your alma mater and wish to see. The Chain- ,
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with family and friends Chair Bill Davis. music selection, 'All Men changing the world. For ways to link businesses
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'Blackfish' prompts Heart to cancel SeaWorld gig

The Associated Press sions after fans launched to the allegations made by petitions urg- animal extremist groups
ORLANDO The rock ing them not to perform at opposed to the zoological
bands Heart and Bare- SeaWorld. display 'of. marine mainnaked Ladies along with Barenaked Ladies said mals," Gollattscheck said.
country singer Willie Nelr, in a statement provided "Blackfish" explores what
soh have canceled their by their spokeswoman: may have caused Tilikum,
planned performances at "We watch. movies too, ya a 12,000-pound orca, to kill
SeaWorld in Florida, citing know" veteran SeaWorld trainer
the recent documentary "This is a complicated is- Dawn Brancheau in 2010.
"Blackfish," which raises sue, and we don't claim to She was killed when Till
questions about the effects understand all of it, but we' kum pulled her into a pool.
of captivity on whales. dont feel comfortable pro- The orca was also involved
Joan Jett on Monday also ceeding with the gig at this in two other deaths.
joined thi list of recording time," the statement said. *Tilikum was oine of three
artists distancing them- SeaWorld officials "have orcas blamed for kill.selves from the marine been gracious, and ex- ing a trainer in 1991 after
park when she sent a letter tended us invitations to the woman. lost, her balto SeaWorld President Jim the park to learn more ance and fell in the pool
Atchison asking that the about what they -do, and at Sealand of the Pacific
park stop using her song how they do it," it said. near Victoria, British Co"I- Love Rock 'n' Roll" as. THEASSOCIATEDPRESS SeaWorld spokesman lumbia. Tilikum was also
the opening music for its This June 17 photo shows Nancy Wilson (left) and Ann Wilson of Heart performing on opening Nick Gollattscheck said involved in a 1999 death, "Shamu Rocks" show. night of the Heartbreaker Tour at the Cruzan Amphitheater in West Palm Beach, Fla. The group in a statement that ma- when the body of a man
"I'm among the millions Heart is the latest'act to'cancel an appearance at SeaWorld Orlando's Bands, Brew & Barbecue rine park officials, respect who had sneaked by Seawho saw 'BlackfisW, and music series in February. Country singer Willie Nelson and the rock group Barenaked Ladies the performers' deci- World security was found am sickened that my mu- also have canceled. A posting on Heart's official Twitter page over the weekend says the deci- sions but added that they draped over him. The man sic was blasted without my sion was influenced by the recently released documentary "Blackfish."The documentary raises were disappointed that either jumped, fell or was permission at sound-sen- questions about the effects of captivity on killer whales at marine parks such as SeaWorld. "a small group of mis-. pulled into the 'frigid wasitive marine mammals," informed individuals" ter and died of hypothe;Jett said in the letter. scheck said in an email. Orlando's Bands, Brew & decision was influenced was able to influence the mia, though he was also "Ms. Jett's music, is not '" new nighttime Shamu Barbecue mUsic series in by 'the recently-released performers. bruised and scratched by
.currently part of any show is being designed February, making their documentary "Blackfish." "The bands and artists Tilikum.
show, although it was for SeaWorld Orlando announcement over the. The documentary raises have a standing invitation The documentary replayed as walk-in music and we had no plans to use weekend. The series is held questions about the effects to visit any of our parks to leased this year chronicles for the "Shamu Rocks" any of her music in that over several weekends and of captivity on killerwhales see firsthand orto speak to past incidences of killer nighttime show at Sea- show." features top 'classic rock at marine parks such as any of our -animal experts whales in captivity, acting
World Orlando and was Heart was the latest act and country acts. SeaWorld. to learn for themselves aggressively toward hufully licensed for us to use," in the past week to cancel A posting on Heart's of- Nelson and Barenaked how we care for animals man trainers and' other spokesman Nick Gollatt- appearances at SeaWorld ficial Twitter page said the Ladies made their ,deci- and how little truth there is orcas.

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himself after believed to be carrying dead whales suffered from malnutiton
Cuban migrants.
stabbing stepson The Coast Guard reports TheAssociated Press ."Really we don't know ones, especially, were ruses," Zaias said. "We're
WEST PALM BEACH, a good Samaritan found how long they've been emaciated, said Julia Za- looking to see if they have
Fla. Palm Beach Cotmty one survivor aboard the SNIPE POINT Nec- in the area and we don't ias, a veterinarian with any there, and then we'll authorities say a man homemade raft in Bis- ropsies performed or have any clues of how the Marine Animal Rescue be. looking for all other
stabbed his stepson before cayne Bay on Monday. the 11 pilot whales found they got'here in the first Society. possible reasons."
barricading himself inside Rescue crews responded dead in the Florida Keys place," she said in a con- Zaias spoke with The The whales are believed a home and turning the to the scene and began show that they were ema- ference call with the me- Associated Press from a to be part of a pod of 51 knife on himself. searching for two other ciated and suffering from dia. It could be weeks to center,in KeyWest where whales originally found
A sheriff's office state- people in the water. malnutrition, federal offi- months before the results researchers handled sam- stranded on a remote ment says the body The man who survived cials said Monday. of the necropsies come ples on Monday. TWo of Everglades beach. last
55-year-old Hiep Le was was taken ashore by National Oceanic and in, she said, and "there the female whales were Tuesday. Six other
found inside the West Miami-Dade Fire Res- Atmospheric Adminis- is a possibility there pregnant, whales. were found
Palm Beach home Mon- cue. He told authorities tration stranding coor- could be more whales in The samples would help dead Wednesday, and
day afternoon. He had three people had possibly dinator Blair Mase said the area.' researchers discover any four more had to be
self-inflicted stab wounds drowned during the jour-. the whales' empty bellies A fisherman found the. illnesses or anything else euthanized. Another and was pronounced dead ney through the Florida could be a .result of dis- 11 whales lying near each that could help them un- whale was found dead on the scene. His stepson, Straits. ease or of being out of the other Sunday in Snipe derstand why the whales Thursday.
43-year-old Robert Lee, Anyone with informa- deep, cooler waters that Point, on an island chain had beached. Twenty-nine whales reremains in critical condi- tion on the missing people form their natural habitat. near Key West. The young "We'll be'testing for vi- main unaccounted for. tion in the hospital. or the rescued man is
Deputies were called to asked to call the Coast
the home after the two Guard Sector Miami at
got into in a heated argu- 305-535-4316. F
ment over disciplining
Lee's son. The fight turned Sentencing delayed The Associated Press. was anything but a victim long, long time," Grayson its. obligations under the
physical with Le attacking for Tampa abortion of the scheme. Grayson, said. 'At least in the end, loan agreements," defense
his stepson. Lee ran to a drug case McLEAN, Va. U.S. a former trial attorney, some kind of justice was lawyer Whitney' Minter
neighbor's home for help Rep. Alan Grayson of said he has had a long served." wrote.
while his stepfather bar- TAMPA, Fla. A federal Florida lost $18 million record for picking win-. In Grayson's case, his In 2007, Grayson had ricaded himself. Le's wife judge delayed on Mon- in a scheme -that cheated, ning stocks, which formed stocks performed astro- $9.35 million in a, stock was also cut in the hands, day the sentencing of a him and about 120 other the basis for his personal nomically well while they portfolio that Chapman though not seriously. Tampa man accused of investors out of more than fortune. were entrusted to Chap- was supposed to be holdLe refused numerous tricking his pregnant ex- $35 million, according to The scheme worked man and his company Al- ing as collateral. In that commands to surrender girlfriend into taking a pill court papers. like this: clients exander Capital Markets. year alone,, the portfolio's
and he was later found that caused her to have a The Virginia man who would turn over their Lawyers for Chapman value. increased by 147
dead. miscarriage. ran the scheme, William stocks to Chapman as said it was the strength percent, to $23 million,
Sentencing for John 'Dean' Chapman, was sen- collateral for a loan, and. of Grayson's stocks. 'that according to a chart in the AndrewWelden, 28, was fenced Friday in. federal Chapman would let cus- causedChapman'sscheme court documents.
Flightdiverted with scheduled for Tuesday court to 12 years in prison. tomers 'borrow about to crumble. Chapman Chapman's lawyer
for tampering with a Prosecutors say Chap- 90 percent of the stocks' and Grayson negotiated did not immediately. relanding gear light on consumer product and man used the money to value. a payment plan, accord- turn a call' Chapman, of
ORLANDO, Fla. -Air- conspiracy to commit mail fund a lavish lifestyle in-. 'If the stocks did badly ing to court records, but Sterlir, g, Va., pleaded line officials say a Delta Air fraud. During Monday's cluding 'a LambOrghini, borrowers could walk it was not enough to keep guilty in May but tried Lines fight from Miami to emergency hearing, U.S. a Ferrari and a $3 million away and keep the money Chapman's positions from at Friday's sentencAtlanta had to be diverted District Judge Richard home. they were loaned. But if collapsing., ing hearing to withdraw
to Orlando because a A. Lazzara delayed the In most of the court pa- the borrowers' stocks did "Because the return on the 'plea,' saying he felt
landing gear door indica- sentencing amid corcerns pers, Grayson's identity is well, they would repay A.G.'s commodities invest- pressured to plead and tor light was on. over whether the pill protected prosecutors the loan with interest, and, ments were so astronomi- that he 'never intended to
Airlines spokesman caused the miscarriage, say only that an elected Chapman was Supposed cal, ACM could not meet defraud.
Morgan Durrant said in A status hearing was set official with the initials to return the stocks to the an email that the crew for Thursday. A.G. was the primary vic- investor at their increased ........
of fight 362 "followed Prosecutors said Welden tim -but documents 'value. rlt'fui--"
established procedures" forged a signature on a twice mention Grayson But, according to courtS ON DISO 'IIE [UNT
on Monday afternoon prescription for a pill used by name. The Democratic papers, Chapman sold after the light was seen in to induce labor. He forged congressman on Mon- the stocks and had no way
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examining the aircraft, before telling his ex-girl- papers suggests Grayson is going to prison for a 30 Jef so St* MaranF
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Ala. House Democratic leader pushing state lottery

The Associated Press' Hammon, R-Decatur, are working to put more
serves as vice chairman. money into the pockets of
MONTGOMERY, Ala. Hammon said Ala- hardworking Alabamians,
-The Democratic leader bama citizens ,have said while Democrats want to in the Alabama House is repeatedly they don't take it out," he said
calling for the Legislature want a lottery, beginning Ford said the bill he. to use its election-year with the state lottery ref- plans to introduce in the session to approve a state erendum that failed in. session that starts Jan. 14' lottery. 1999 to Ron Sparks' cam-- would set aside $50 million
Republican leaders say paign for governor in of the-proceeds to hire seRep. Craig Ford is carrying 2010., curity officers for schools.
a losing ticket for 2014. "Just four years ago, the The remainder would be
Ford, D-Gasden, said a Democratic nominee for used for college or vocastate lottery could produce governor made the cre- tional school scholarships $250 million annually for action of a statewide lottery for students who make education purposes and his one and only issue, and the "A-B" honor roll. "A keep money at home that he was soundly defeated in state lottery can open the is now going to lotteries in that race," Hamnon said.- doors of opportunity for Florida, Georgia and Ten- He said the House Eco- thousands of children nessee. "That is why I plan nomic Development and in Alabama and lighten to propose a .lottery bill Tourism Committee plans the burden on thousands during the 2014 legislative to spend the 2014 session more," he said.
session," he said Monday. considering bills that will If the Legislature passes a
Any lottery bill would create good jobs father bill to create a state lottery,
likely be considered by than a'lottery. it would still have to be ap- THEASSOCIATED PRESS FILE
the House Economic De- House Speaker Mike proved by Alabama voters In this Wednesday, Nov. 16 photo, the Democratic leader in the Alabama House, Rep. Craig Ford velopment and Tourism Hubbard, R-Auburn, said a in a statewide referendum, of Gadsden, talks with reporters in Montgomery, Ala. Ford said Monday, Dec. 9, that a state lotCommittee, Wyhere House lottery proposal is a failed likely during the general tery could produce $250 million annuallyfor education purposes and keep moneyat home that Majority 'Leader Micky idea from, the past. "We election on Nov. 4, 2014. is now goingto lotteries in Florida, Georgia and Tennessee.

Congress renews undetectable Newtown for privacy,

plastic firearm ban for decade kindness on.1-year mark

i TheAssociated Press honoring the late South interview Monday
African president Nel- The National Rifle As- The Associated Press six educators shot to death how they touched our
WASHINGTON Nar- son Mandela, was ex-' sociation, which has been in the school on Dec. 14, -hearts," said Krista.Rekos,
rowly beating a midnight pected to sign the bill instrumental in. block- NEWTOWN, Conn. 2012. She was readingfrom mother of' 6-year old Jesdeadline, Congress voted before midnight using an Ing gun restrictions, ex- Newtown officials asked a statement released bythe sica "We've been uplifted Monday to renew an ex- auto pen, a White House pressed no opposition to for privacy and joined vic- families of all 26 victims. by the support of so many pining ban on plastic fire- official said. The device renewing the law. But the rims' families Monday in The town has n formal: people, and we wouldlike arms that can evade air- has been used for the gun lobby said it would calling for people to mark events planned for Satur- to keep that spirit of unity port detection machines. signatures of traveling fight any expanded re- the upcoming anniver- day, and officials have dis- and love alive in all we do But Republicans blocke& presidents since the ad- quirements, including sary of the Sandy Hook couraged the. news media to remember those We so an effort to toughen the ministration of president Schumer's, "that would Elementary School shoot- from coming to Newtown. dearly miss." restrictions the latest GeorgeW Bush.. infringe on our Second ing by performing acts of "We'are trying to re- The gunman, Adam Landefeat for gun-control GOP senators rejected Amendment rights" to kindness or volunteering spect the world's interest za, killed his mother inside
forces in the year since an effort by Sen. Chuck bear arms. with charities. in us, but we also have a their Newt6wn home bethe grade school-massacre Schumer, P-N.Y., to Underscoring the issue's Relatives of more than real need in our commu- fore driving to the school in Newtown, Conn. strengthen the ban by re- political sensitivity, both half the 26 victims said at a nity to gain a foothold," where he carried out his
By voice vote, the Sen- quiring that such weap- of Monday's votes were news conference that they First Selectman Pat Llodra rampage. He killed himself ate gave final congressio- ons contain undetachable by voice only, meaning planned to light a candle said. as police arrived.
nal approve to a 10-year metal parts. Some plastic no individual senators' on Friday night in honor of The families also an- The "acts of kindness" extension of the prohibi- guns meet the letter of the votes were recorded. For their lost loved ones. They nounced they have set 'up theme has been seized on tion against guns that can current law with a metal a handful of Democratic also urged people thinking a new website http:// by other officials, includslip past metal detectors piece that canbe removed, senators seeking re-elec- of the victims to find ways ing Gov. Dannel P Malloy and X-ray machines. The making them a threat to tion next year in GOP- to give. back to their own where each fam- and members of Congress. House voted last week for be slippedpast security leaning states, the day's communities. ily can share information, U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty
an identical decade-long screeners at schools, air- votes could have -been "In this way, we hope on how they are honoring and U.S. Sen. Richard Blurenewal of the ban, and ports and elsewhere. difficult. that some small measure victims. menthal joined the United
the measure now goes to "Who in God's name The rejection of stricter ,of good may be returned "In the midst of our grief Way and others at an event
President Barack Obama wants to let plastic guns curbs highlighted the re- to the world," said JoAnn we have come to realize Monday in New Britain in
for his signature. pass through metal detec- peated setbacks for gun- Bacon, whose 6-year-old that we want our loved calling fora week of volun-.
Obama, traveling to tors at airports or stadi- control advocates in Con- daughter,, Charlotte, was ones to be remembered teer service in memory of Africa for ceremonies ums?" Schumer Said in an gress since last Dec. 14. among the 20 students and for the lives they lived and those killed. '
coming up on Friday, Dec. being offered at $1 each or she chose so much that she Skalitzky's father taught
tr 13, at Bascom Town Hall, at a rate of six for $5. The wanted to expand -those grades 6-8, across all sublocated at 4969 Basswood tickets will be available into a quilt, and decided ject areas. "He was a good From Page 1A From Page 1A Road. Diners can eat in Or until the win nig ticket is to make it for the Bascom teacher, but he was stem,
Bloechl's home on High- All of them have one of carry out. The catfish fillet drawn at the event, sched- School project. and I didn't get away with' Way 77. Local law enforce- her quilts now and she has plates go for $8 each and ruled to run from 4 p.m to Skalitzky said the school anything, I can tell you," 'ment would not confirm recently turned out one to include two sides, with a 7 p.m. Call Betty James at means, a great deal to her Skalitzsy said with a laugh. that the child was the driv- benefit her old school. Big choice of cole slaw, cheese 569-1128 for more infor- and that putting it back "I'hate to see the school er's son, but did say the boy enough to cover a queen- grits and potato salad on mation about the draw- into use for the communi- with just nothing happenlived at the same address. sized bed, the quilt is in a the sides menu. Al plates ing or the fish fry. Her ty is something she wants ing in it. I'd really like to After the collision, pattern that Skalitzky de- include hush puppies arid husband, Billy James, and to be part of achieving, see it put to some kind of Bloechl called 911 and signed herself by modify- dessert, with choices of otherhelpers will cook the She was a student there use.", Jackson County EMS re-. ing an existing shape to pecan or sweet potato pie, fish outside near city hall from second through If sewing a quilt can help sponded to the scene, suit her needs. pound cake or brownies' and tables will be set up eighth grade, and during in that endeavor, she said,
where the child had sus- Former students of on the dessert menu. A inside for diners whowish that time her father, J.T. it will be a most satisfying' tained serious injuries, the now-closed Bascom beverage comes with the to eat in. Hegier, was the principal, project.
Officials with the Jack- School and other sup- 'meal. Skalitzky spent many At the same time,' he also Her friend and fellow
son County Sheriff's Office porters are rehabilitating Organizers hope the hours assembling the quilt served as one of only three' Bascom: School- project say a deputy drove to the. the structure and hope crowd is hungry for food over the course of several teachers who mannred the participant, Betty James, Southeast Alabama .Medi- to turn it into a commu- and for Skalitzky's artistic months, putting in an hour school in those years back said her contribution is. cal Center in Dothan, Ala., nity center. They've put in creation. 'here and' there when she when wood-or coal-burn- already a proven factor in
freeing the two paramed. new windows and topped The quilt she designed had the time. The squares ing stoves supplied the the fundraiser.With aweek ics to work on the child in it with a new roof, finainc- and made will be given she initially created were schoolroom heat in winter still left to go before the big the backof the ambulance. ing the project largely away in a drawing at the some she did for aprojeci and'provided a cook top drawing, ticket sales for From that facility, the boy through fundraising proj- fish fry Tickets for a chance in her quilter's club., But for the lunchroom cook .the drawing have already was transported by air to ects like the big fish fry to take thatprize home are Skalitzky liked the colors of the day Bea Tidweil. reached&$600. a children's hospital in Bir ___ __ __ __... .. .................._... ..__.. . ___
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Snea.ds that qualify for addi-" While she could hardly I organization. In Octdber, excited about the directional fed- wait to share the good the district was notified tion the district is moving. Obituaries From Page 1A ~ ~ eral fund- news with her staff, Pilcher 'that the East Coast Tech- With Common Core, we're
In. reading, SES ranked ing based was asked to hold off just nical Assistance Center doing more collaboration
256 out of all 3,127 schools '~,on poverty a short while a hand- had selected SES as a Title than ever before."
in the state that made sat- ~>'~'~level), the ful of proud district of- I school that is "Exceed- She says that spirit of Y isfactory or higher scores. rankings are ficials wanted to be there ing Expectations," and has working together is some
Wheni drilling down to just even more 'when word got out. Add- been asked to participate thing that wllhelp schools
Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. elementary schools, SES is striking. ing to the suspense of an in a program that lets EC- be able to implement Your Local Florist and Gifts 155 out of 1,780. Picher Out of the unscheduled early morn- TAC representatives ob- Common Core, a process
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850-372-4456. SES at 95 out of the state's ly 1,650 Title I schools with SES faculty arriving to to take those lessons back challenge" -one she's
Michael's Toggery 3,124 schools that 'made satisfactory FCAT' scores, find Superintendent Steve to the other districts in its ready to face, one day at a
Funeral Appropriate Attire satisfactory scores, or 35 Sneads Elementary ranks Benton, Deputy Superin- group. time.
2 -878-rso St aine OUt of 1,780 when look- an impressive seventh in tendent Cheryl McDaniel So Pilcher, a 23-year edu- With a reminder that,
850-48-8647ing strictly at elementary reading and math, and and Supervisor of Federal cation veteran, has reason "everybody's tender spot schools. fourth in science. Programs Michael Kilts in to smile, but she knows the is their child," Pilcher tries
'hrwee And for science, the rank Pilcher, now in her fourth attendance. FCAT scores don't tell thle to look past the heated deis 50 out of 3,127 out of year as SES principal, was The news that SF5 was whole story., bate that can sometimes
olntarie orall state school with satis- even a little surprised by one of the top perform- 'A child is a lot more than come with talk, o1f Coindahntes' factory scores; looking at the Title I school rankings. ing Title I schools in the just a test." mon Core and. the public
subited o iwjust elementary schools, "I knew we had scored state, not surprisingly was Despite steady improve- school system in general.
Sneads is an impressive 14 well, but I didn't know it very well received by what ment in SES's overall "There will always be Flrdna fte out of 1,780. was 7 and 4," Pilcher said, Pilcher calls "the best staff scores, Pilcher says there is politics in education," she
dainat4m.Those numbers are plen- deScribing her reaction to in the world." more work to be done. says, but, "the main focus
yesteday.ty to beproud of, but when the chart that accompa- The performance has "We still need to~ close is that our 'children are
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Storm snarls travel; power outages persist

TheAssociated Press spent Sunday night in a day in Hawaii. lines and other equipment.
Dallas hotel instead of "Tough break for them, Some 109,000 customMINNEAPOLIS Snow Cabo San Lucas in Mexico. huh?" joked parent chap- ers were without power in
anid bitter cold snarled traf- American canceled their erone Tami Meyer. Virginia.
fie'and prompted another Monday morning flight, The storm dumped snow Parts of northwest and
1,650 U.S. flight cancella- too, and they weren't hap- through the Mid-Atian- southwest Virginia and
tions on Monday, and tens py as they sat in the in- tic region. Freezing rain southern West Virginia got
of thousands of people ternational lobby. They'd prompted the federal gov- snow, while sleet and freezwere still without power spent three hours on hold ernment to allow workers ing rain prevailed west and
after January-like weather with American, which told to arrive up to two hours north of Richmond.
barged in a month early. them not to go to the air- later than normal Monday The area is'in for more
The storm covered parts port or search for a new or take unscheduled leave. wintry weather. The Naof North Texas in ice over reservation advice they In Washington, cab driv- tionalWeather Service prethe weekend and then ignored. er Mahdi Abdi said he had dicted a second storm-for
moved East. Below-zero "- 'Am I supposed to sit at been driving since around the Mid-Atlantic region,
temperatures crowned the THtrailers, and cars liter southbound lane of Interstate the hotel and wait for them midnight and the main with five inches of snow
top of the U.S. from Idaho 81 at Salem Ave. Sunday, Dec. 8. A powerful storm that crept to call? And pay for the roads were clear. But side, possible Monday night,
to Minnesota, where many across the country dupiped a mix of snow, freezing rain and hotel?" Brenda Mull said. streets were a different At Ronald Reagan Washroads still had an inch- "o the M ntr e io They wouldn't have gone story. ington National Airport,
thick plate of ice, polished sleet on the Mid-Atlantic regin, through bankruptcy if they "The small streets, a lot more than 100 flights
smooth by traffic and im- without power on Monday, Nationally, there have ran it like a business." The of them are icy," said Abdi, were canceled, according pervious to ice-melting according to electric util- been more than 6,100 flight couple was scheduled on 52. "I don't even go in." to, and chemicals, making inter- ity Oncor. That was down cancellations since Satur- another flight Monday Power outages were re- crowds were sparse Monsections an adventure. from 270,000 on Friday. day, according to Flight- night. ported in Virginia, .parts day morning as travelMany travelers ished Dallas students got a snow, including more Half of the high school of West Virginia, Mary- ers made alternate plans.
they were home, and day. . than 2,800 by American or band from Norman, Okla. land and the metropolitan Some, though, were setpeople in homes without More than half of the na- its American Eagle regional landed at Dallas-Fort Washington, D.C., area fol- tling in-for a long wait.
power wished they. were tions flight cancellations, airline. American emerged Worth on Monday after lowing freezing rain, wet EmifioLobato,53,hiswife, somewhere else. on Monday were at Dallas- from bankruptcy protec- playing in a Pearl Harbor snow and sleet. More than Cheri and their daughters
Some of the most dif- Fort Worth International tion and merged with US Day parade in Hawaii. But 15,000 customers in Mary- Katherine, 12, and Victoria,
ficult conditions were in Airport, dominated by Airways on Monday. the flight for the other half -land were without power, 10, were forced to spend an
North Texas. More than American Airlines. About A flight cancellation of the band was canceled where the weight of the extra night ini.Washington 22,000 Dallas-area homes 650 travelers were strand- meant that Fred and Bren- because of'the ice, leaving ice weakened tree limbs following a long weekend
and businesses were still ed there Sunday night. da Mull of Oklahoma City them stranded for an extra that then contacted power sightseeing trip.

Study: Manylung cancer tumors prove harmless
The Associated Press people," said Dr., Michael,
LeFevre co-chairman of
CHICAGO Harmless the U.S. Preventive Serlung cancer? A provocative vices Task Force.
study found that nearly 1 The panel recently is
in 5 lung tumors detected sued a draft proposal recon CT scans are prob- -ommending annual CT
ably so slow-growing that scans for high-risk current
they would never cause and former heavy smokproblems. ers echoing advice
The analysis suggests the from the American Canworld's No. I cause of can- cer Society. A final recomcer deaths isn't as lethal as agomendation is pending,
doctors once thought. but LeFevre said the panel
In the study, these were had already assumed that '
not false-positives sus- THEASSOCIATEDPRE screening might lead to
picious results that turn In this June 3 photo, Dr. Steven Birnbaum works with a patient overdiagnosis.
out upon further testing in a CT scanner at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center in "The more we bring not to be .cancer. These Nashua, N.H. A national study suggeststheworld's top cancer public awareness of this, were indeed cancerous killer isn't always as deadly as doctors once thought. then the more informed tumors, but ones that decisions might be when
caused no symptoms and logical markers that would commonly known with people decide to screen were unlikely ever to be- help doctors determine ~lung cancer." or not," LeFevre said. He
come deadly, the research- which tumors are harmless A leader of an influential called theh study "a very ers said. and which ones ,require govergment-appointg d important contribution,"
Still, the results are not treatment, said Dr. Ed- health panel agreed. ut said doctors will face likely to change how doc- ward Patz, Jr., lead author "Puttingtheword'harm challenge in trying to tors treat lung cancer, and a radiologist at Duke less' next to cancer is explain the results to For one thing, ithe dis- University Medical Center. such a foreign concept to patients. ease is usually diagnosed He is among researchers
after symptoms develop, working to do just that.
when tumors show up Patz said patients who
on an ordinary chest X- seek lung cancer' screenray and are potentially ing should be told about life-thteateninig. the study results.
Also, doctors don't know "People have to unyet how to determine derstand that we're gowhich symptomless tu- ing to find some cancers mors found on CT scans which if we'd' never .
might become dangerous, looked, we never would '
so they automatically treat have had to treat," he said. the cancer aggressively. Among patients and even The findings underscore many doctors, "it's N
the need to identify bio- not something that is

NewAmerican Airlines

emerges as deal closes

The Associated Press Forpassengers, themergnO -nfl 0
er won't mean many imFORT WORTH, Texas mediate changes. Whether
American Airlines the deal leads to higher
emerged from bankruptcy ticket prices, the issue at
protection and US Airways the heart of legal challengculminated its long pur- es from the government On Wednesday, December 25, 2013, the Floridan will
'suit of a merger partner as and consumer groups, re-' p
the two completed their mains to be seen. publish its annual Int0ting Menor page.
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Lady Pirates hold offPSJ for 4th straight win
BY DUSTIN KENT the Lady Pirates overcame a slow ter and briefly taking the lead among their most impressive The Lady Pirates haven't lost
start and a terrible night from with just under three minutes overall performances. since their season-opening loss The Sneads Lady Pirates held the foul line. remaining in the game. "We were a little sloppy," to Chipley and were scheduled
off alate Port St. Joe rally to make Sneads won its first matchup A three-pointer by Tasherica Sneads coach Andy Ward said. to take on Holmes County it four wins in a row Saturday at with Port St Joe this season McMillon with 2:30 to play gave "With it being a Saturday game ranked No. 3 in the state on
home with a 54-31 on Nov. 26, but the Lady the lead back to Sneads and the and starting an hour late be- Monday evening before finish40-37 victory Pirates found the going much Lady Pirates did not relinquish it cause the officials were late and ing the week Friday with a disover the Lady tougher Saturday and trailed 10- the rest of the way. the fact that we beat them by 20 trict game against Cottondale.
Sharks. 8afteronequarter. Williams' free throw with 15 or so the first time, it led to us Despite the uneven perforChasity Mc- But in the second period, seconds to play pushed the not being real focused. We were mance Saturday, Ward said he
Griff led three Sneads outscored Port St. Joe 15- Sneads lead to three and Port St. prettysloppy with the ball, made has been mostly satisfied with Sneads play- 6 to take a seven-point lead into Joe's last possession ended with some poor decisions, andmadeI what he has seen from his team
ers in double the halftime break. a turnover to seal the victory for it closer than it should have been since the loss to Chipley.
figures with 14 points, followed The Lady Sharks refused to go SHS. with all the missed free throws. "I feel like we've gotten better
by Tasherica McMillon with 13,. away, however, staying within The win improved the Lady We didn't help ourselves out any and Aaliyah Williams with 10, as five points through three quar- Pirates to 4-1, though it wasn't (at the foul line)." See SNEADS, Page 2B





by St. Pete

The No. 1 Chipola Lady Indians' reign atop the national
JUCO standings may be a brief
one after being stunned 58-55 by
St. Petersburg College on Saturday night in Ocala.
Chipola led by two at halftime
but found itself behind two
in the waning
N moments ofthe
game before
Tiffany Lewis
knocked in a
with six seconds to play to put
the Lady Indians up 55-54.
But the Lady Titans scored with
0.9 seconds on the clock to regain
the lead and added to it with two,.
free throws after Chipolawas whistledfor a technicalfoulforcallinga
timeout that it didn't have.
It was just the secofld game as
the nation's top team for the Lady
Indians, who first defeated No. 10
Florida State College at Jacksonville on Friday in what appeared
would be Chipola's toughest
challenge of the weekend.
But St. Petersburg proved othBRYAN CRAVEN erwise Saturday by stifling the
Chipola's Carlos Morris sizes up a Santa Fe defender during a game Friday night against Santa Fe. Chipola offense with a zone defense that resulted in the Lady
Indians shooting 33 percent from.
Panhandle Perfect
the field-and making just 6-of-24
from beyond the three-point arc.
al~nThe LadyTitans were even worse, a1 from the field, shooting only 29
percent overall and 4-of-14 from
fore exploding for 70 points in the second each had double-doubles, with Bowiers the three-point line, winning priIn ians cap 2 0 half and outscoring Brunswick by 30. going for 12 points and 15 rebounds, and marilythanks to their 13 extrashot
SThe Indians did it with another bal- Morris 12'points and 11 rebounds. attempts resulting from winning
weekend at Classic anced offensive effort, placing seven The win improved the Indians to 10-1 the turnover battle and getting six
players in double digit scoring led by To- on the season and they will be back at it more offensive rebounds. BY DUSTIN KENT nan Graham's 23 points on 7-of- 12 shoot- this weekend when they travel to Gaines- Kenyona Armstrong had 15 ing from the three-point line. .ville to compete in the Florida Shootout. points to lead St. Petersburg,
Chipola made 14-of-30 from behind the with Baylie Bridges adding 14,
The No. 5 Chipola Indians capped off a arc for the game, which helped offset poor Chipola will take on FCSAA No. 6 East- and Simonne Potts 12 points to successful stay at home in the Panhandle shooting on two-point shots (22-of-56) ern Florida State on Friday at 6 p.m. in a go along with seven rebounds Classic on Saturday with a 99-75 victory and from the free throw line (13-of-29). rematch of last years state tournament and three blocked shots. over Brunswick (N.C.), their second of the Demetrious Floyd also had 16 points game in which the Titans then known Evelyn Akhator scored 12 weekend after knocking off No. 20 Santa for Chipola, with Sam Caspell, Jr. adding as Brevard eliminated the Indians with points to lead Chipola to go Fe (1-75 on Friday. 15 points and 10 assists, Alpha Ndaw 11 an 82-72 victory in the semifinal round. along with eight rebounds and
Chipola overcame a slow start Saturday points, and Ty Baker 10 points. 'On Saturday, the Indians will take on St. two blocks, while BriannaWright night, falling behind 35-29 at halftime be- Cinmeon Bowers and Carlos Morris Petersburg at 4 p.m had nine points, eight rebounds,
and three blocks.
Rahni Bell also scored nine
points on 3-of-7 from the threeSoftball star Finch to come to Chipola point line, with Sueterrica Key
ding eight points, and Lewis
Professional softball player seven.
Special to Floridian The camp includes instruction each Chipola is now 11-1 on the seaMarianna for a softball day with lunch on Saturday. I son and will be off until a Dec.
camp at the Chipola College Area softball players will have the The Skills Camp will be held Jan. 25, 19-21 trip to Palm Beach State
softball field on Jan.25-26. once-in-a-lifetime chance, to work 'from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will con- College for games against Wake
with softball superstar Jennie Finch clude Jan. 26 from 9 a.m. to noon. Tech, Patrick Henry, and Palm and four other professional players Players will learn to practice like Beach State. at Chipola Collegefor a two-day soft- St. Petersburg improved to 6-3
SUBMITTED PHOTO ball camp Jan. 25-26. See FINCH, Page 2B with the win.

Sports Briefs

High School Friday- Sneads at Cot- atWewahitchka 5:30 p.m. Gainesville this weekend and Palm Beach State. p.m., 6 p.m., and 8 p.m.
Boys Basketball tondale, 5:30 p.m. and 7 Thursday- Sneads for the Florida Shootout, each night.
p.m.; Graceville at Chipley, at Blountstown, 4 p.m.; playing games Friday Marlanna Christmas Tuesday- Blountstown 5:30 p.m. and7 p.m.; Man- Cottondale at Vernon, 5:30 against Eastern Florida Shootout at Cottondale, 5:30 p.m. anna at Pensacola Catholic, p.m.;.Graceville at Hous- State at 6 p.m. and Satur- Sphotms
and7 p.m.; Marianna at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. ton Academy, 6 p.m. day against St. Petersburg Marianna High School
Sneads, 5:30 p.m. and 7 Friday Sneads at Cot- at 4 p.m. will play host to a Christ- Send all sports items to
p.m.; Malone at Poplar High School tondale, 4 p.m. mas tournament Dec.,
Springs, 5:30 p.m. and 7' Girls Basketball Saturday-West Florida Chipola Women's 19-21 featuring Sneads,
p.m.; Graceville at Wewa- Tech at Marianna, 4 p.m. Basketball Cottondale, Malone, or fax them to 850-482hitchka, 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday Blountstown Crestview, Rutherford, 4478. The mailing address
Thursday- Malone at at Cottondale, 4 p.m.; Chipola Men's The Lady Indians are off Port St. Joe, Arnold, Bay for the paper is Jackson
Graceville, 5:30 p.m. and 7 Mosley at Marianna, 6 C a ensluntil Dec. 19-21 when they High, Fort Walton Beach, p.m.; Cottondale at Vernon, p.m.; Malone at Poplar Basketball head to Lake Worth to play and Thomas County. County Floridan P.O. Box
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Florida State, Auburn usher out BCS era
The Associated Press maybe that's going to be a good
thing. I just want to be in the
As college football prepares for argument."
the final Bowl, Championship Florida State showed Cutcliffe
Series, featuring a Florida State- how far away Duke is from being
Auburn championship game, it's in the argument in a 45-7 victory
easy to see why the coming four- Saturday night in the Atlantic
team playoff won't solve all the Coast Conference title game.
postseason problems. In a season defined by blowHeck, we might just miss the outs, the only drama for Florida
BCS. Maybe? State came off the field, when
It sort of worked out this sea- quarterback Jameis Winston was
son. Top-ranked Florida State investigated for sexual assault.
(13-0) was the only team to get The state attorney said there was
through the regular season un- not enough evidence to charge
beaten, and the Seminoles did the redshirt freshman with, a
it in dominating fashion. Au- crime two days before the Semiburn (12-1) won the Southeast- noles played Duke.
em Conference, and among the Winston is the runaway favorteams with imperfect records ite to win the Heisman Trophy
the Tigers' resume is best. next Saturday. "We all complain about the Auburn completed its worstBCS, but isn't it funny how often THEASSOCIATED PRESS
they get it rit," funnyoa Ste Auburn running back and SEC MVP Tre Mason (21) celebrates With teammates as they hoist the SEC Champion- to-first run with a 59-42 victory coach imbo Fisher said. ship Trophy following the Tigers' win over Missouri in the SEC Championship Game in Atlanta, Ga. on Saturday. in the Southeastern Conference
c o ac Ji b o ish r s id .I [ tch am p io n sh ip g am e again st
The pairings became official BCS acceptance, learning to live Playoff, a selection committee Strength of schedule." Missoun. TheTigers adidnst wi a Sunday night when the final BCS with the fact that there is only will pick four teams to play in Among this season's" best Sundy nghtwhe th conference game last season.
standings came 'but. There was room for two. national semifinals. The winners teams, Stanford played the g
no question about 1 and 2. It'll Fans of particularly aggrieved play for the championship. toughest schedule. This time last year, we were
be the 'Noles and Tigers at the teams (2000 Miami, 2004 Au- So how would a panel that And then there is two-time home, hanging out watching Rose Bowl on Jan. 6 for the na- burn, 2008 Texas, just to name includes Tom Osborne, Archie defending champion Alabama other guys play ball,".running tonal championship. a few) still burn over the slights. Manning and Condoleezza Rice (11-1). back 'Re Mason said. "That's
In the other marquee bowls: Generally, though, by the time sort out this season's top four? "We're not a natural playoff not really what you want to be
>> Alabama will play Oklahoma the championship game kicked Florida State and Auburn, of sport," said Duke coach David doing."
in the Sugar Bowl. off, most everybody was on course. And ... Baylor and Michi- Cuitcliffe, who was the offensive Mason ran for 304 yards and
>> Clemsonwill play Ohio State board. And only eight times be- gan State? But what about Pac- 12 coordinator at Tennessee when it four TDs against Mizzou to make in the Orange Bowl. fore the BCS did No. 1 play No. 2 champion Stanford (11-2). Sure won the first BCS championship a late Heisman push of his own.
>'Michigan State will playStan- in a bowl game. the Cardinal have two losses, game against Florida State in the The' Tigers have had some
ford in the Rose Bowl. "It's been a remarkable seismic but as Auburn athletic director 1999 Fiesta Bowl. "I think we can good fortune, including improb,, Baylor will play UCF in the change for this sport," execu- Jay Jacobs said Saturday at the make this work with four. able plays to beat Georgia and Fiesta Bowl. tive director Bill Hancock said. end of a week in which he and "And the reason I think we'll Alabama.
Of course, Big 12 champion "That was' unthinkable before the, rest of the SEC practically make this work is I think what That left Auburn to try to exBaylor (11-1) and Big Ten cham- the BCS." begged voters to overlook the we're all going to find out is the tend the SEC's BCS championpion Michigan State (12-1) might Now think about this season number in the loss column and arguments are going to' get big- ship game winning streak to argue with that top two. But over playing out under next, season's focus on quality of opposition: ger. We're going to go from a eight games against the school 16 seasons college football fans format. In the new world order "I have nine words. Strength of few schools being angry to a that played for the first three BCS have built up what can be called known as the College Football schedule. Strength of schedule. lot of schools being angry, and titles under Bobby Bowden.

Auburn's Mason, Maizahn "'

highlight APs AllSEC team

Alabama coach Nick Saban gestures as he speaks during a
ATLANTA Auburn was the press conference on Nov. 25. Saban's team has faced 21 top
only school that didn't have anyone 10 foes over the past six years and beaten 16 of them.
on last year's Associated Press AllSoutheastern Conference team. Not 0 0
surprising, since the Tigers failed to ..'
win a league game.
What a turnaround for the Tigers
this season, in every respect.
Running back Tre Mason was The Associated Press "I'm hopeful that our
named the offensive player of the team will look at this as a
year, Gus Malzahn claimed the Alabama heads to the challenge and an opporcoaching award and the No. 2 Tigers Sugar Bowl facing the tunity for them to prove
were well represented on the All-SEC same kind of challenge it the kind of football team
squad after their amazing run from THE ASSOCIATED PRESS encountered the last time we can be."
worst to first. Auburn running back Tre Mason (left) and Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn celebrate the Crimson Tide played
Also, Missouri's Michael Sam beat after winning the SECChampionship game on Saturday in Atlanta. in this game. McCarron wins
out Alabama's, C.J. Mosley for the de- Theywillneedto staymo- Unites award for
fensive player of the year award, while A&M Aggies. The Tigers caught the big- Greg Robinson and defensive end tivated after their national Arkansas running back Alex Collins gest break of the year when a despera- Dee Ford. Auburn placed three more title hopes have vanished, top senior QB took the honor as top freshman. tion fourth-down heave against Geor- players on the second team: cen- Alabama was atop Mason was a unanimous choice giawasdeflectedbytwo defenders into ter Reese Dismukes; tight end C.J. the polls all, season and. BALTIMORE Alaat running back and overwhelming a winning 73-yard touchdown. Then Uzomah and cornerback Chris Da- seemed headed toward bama's Al McCarron has pick as the best offensive player af- they knocked off two-time defending vis, whose long return beat Alabama. a shot at a third straight won the Johnny Unitas ter rushing for an SEC-leading 1,621 national champion Alabama with the No. 3Alabama and SEC East champ national title before fall- Golden Arm Award, given yards and 22 touchdowns, capped by play of the year: a 109-yard return of a Missouri each had four players on ing 34-28 to No. 2 Auburn. to the top senior quartera record 304-yard, four-touchdown missed field goal with no time on the the first team, more than any other The third-ranked Crim- back in college football.
performance against Missouri in the clock for a stunning 34-28 upset. school. son Tide (11-1) instead McCarron completed 67
league championship game. Last Saturday, the Tigers defeated Denied a chance to play for a third will face No. 11 Oklahoma percent of his passes for
Maizahin revived the Tigers (12-1) Missouri 59-42 in a shootout for the' straight national title, Alabama was (10-2) in the Sugar Bowl 2,676 yards and 26 touchin his first season as coach, taking SEC title, then slid into a shot at the led by Mosley- a unanimous choice on Jan. 2 at New Orleans. downs for the Crimson
over a proud program reeling from a BCS crown against top-ranked Flor- at linebacker along with offensive '"Even though there is Tide (11-1).
3-9 season, including' a 0-8 mark in ida State with Ohio State's loss in the linemen Cyrus Kouandjio andAntho-. some disappointment in The other finalists were conference play. He installed a hur- Big Ten championship game. ny Steen and punter Cody Mandell. terms of how we finished Clemson's Tajh Boyd, ry-up spread option that quickly de- "It's just beenveryunique," Malzahn Johnny Manziel repeated as the first- our season this year, we're Fresno State's Derek Carr, veloped into one of the nation's most said. "It's been one of the more unique team quarterback with another stellar not disappointed at all in Northerh Illinois' Jordan prolific offenses. experiences I've ever been a partof." season, leading the SEC in total yards the opportunity that we Lynch and Georgia's Aar-.
Auburn proved it was for real with an Mason was joined on the first team with 3,732 passing and 686 on the have to play in the Sugar on Murray
upset of Johnny Manziel and the Texas by two teammates: offensive tackle ground. He accounted fol 41 TDs. Bowl and to'play against. Kansas State's Coffin
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ALLEY OOP BY JACK AND CAROLE BENDER Dear Annie: I've been employed for two develop when one of them picks a
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aAC? ou wsNE D work there. by asking her again to lunch, dinner, a,
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,straight woman, and she is bisexual. she is nQt interested.
Two weeks ago, the two of us went out
S0 'to dinner for her birthday. Since then, I Dear Annie: Seven years ago, my closest
have developed strong feelings for I cousin died. His wife wanted meto, have
...' her. his wardrobe, which included a tuxedo.
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lunch with a woman who works in the belonged to her late father, but it seems automotive section. The co-worker said wearing it would allow a part of him to '' the two of them were very touchy. watch his only child marry. What do you This made me really jealous and sad. think?
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.o CONFUSED AND MAYBE IN LOVE Dear Cousin: We think it's a-tovely idea.
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Conference looked as Auburn doesn't sound Auburn have combined said. "Strength of sched- led by Mason and quarter- in the last week?" Jacobs though it had finally been the least bit intimidated, to win the last seven BCS ule. Strength of schedule. back Nick Marshall. asked. "Who else has vanquished. "We feel we're the best championships, an un- Strength of schedule." Mason ran 304 yards and knocked off five Top 25
The rest of the nation team in college football," precedented streak of Alabama was unbeaten four touchdowns. teams? Show me who they
breathed a sigh of relief, star running back Re Ma- dominance by a single and ranked No. 1 when it During the regular sea- are, and I'll tell you they clearly relieved it wouldn't son said. "We've got to league. fell to Auburn. Missouri son, Auburn beat three belong instead ofus."
have to watch the haughty continue to prove it." In this part of the coun- went into the SEC title other teams -Texas A&M,, Turns out, he didn't need SEC celebrate another na- Ohio State had not lost a try, there's, a sense of en- game ranked No. 5 and Mississippi and Georgia to pleadhis case., tional championship. game in two years under titlement that came across
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