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Vol. 90 No. 266'


Golson teacher enjoying success arrestedfor

with self-penned lesson plan 2011 theft
From staff reports
BY ANGIE COOK A Marianna woman spent her
Christmas holiday behind bars
MARIANNA Golson Elementary School teacher Dee- after being jailed on charges of
anna Golden is enjoying some well-earned recognition identity theft in an incident that
from her peers. An organization that caters to math edu- allegedly occurred in May of
caters has asked her to create additional material based 2011.
on the success of previously submitted lesson plan. Michelle Denise Dixon is
Golden, a 24-year veteran of Golson, recently received charged in the
an encouraging letter from the National Council of Teach- case" with petit
ers of Mathematics, which runs the Illuminations web- theft,, theft of a
site, a resource portal for educators that features over 600 credit card and the
lesson plans....... . attempted fraudu,
"How Many Letters are in Your Name?' continues to be lent use of a credit
our #1 lesson plan for grades pre-k-2," the letter said. card.
Billed as a "great beginning get-to-know-you activity for Authorities alfirst grade" and review of ordinal numbers, for kindergar- lege that Dixon
ten students to get the most from "How Many Letters are .tole from the person who was
in Your Name?", they should be familiar with their own, trying to help her when' she went
name, and teachers are advised to use the lesson after ANGIE COOK/FLORIDAN to St. Anne's Catholic Church for
teaching the numbers I to 10. Golson educator Deeanna Golden shows the book that was created using her monetary assistance on May 25,
"How many letters are in your name?" lesson plan,.which teaches math skills 2011. See GOLDEN, Page 11A. to kindergarteners. The victim reported that her
wallet had been stolen from her
purse that day aid that Dixon
was the only person left alone in
the office -where her purse was
') -- .... ......" !located.
Investigators with the Marianna Police Department also
learned that there had been, several attempts to use the victim's
credit card at the Big Little Chev" ... ron station in Marianna the next
day, but that the cardhad been
lr acson ount em- rejected.
I Pl o untyem They spoke with the manager
ployees Lynn Adcock, of the store and arranged to view
Pam Pichard, guest
Sandy, Hascher, Stan,
Hascher, Elena Stackowicz, Ted Lakey, Cynthia
DeLaHunt and Lenetta
Loman-Greene line up
to model their holiday

The stalk leaves leading up to
the sunny yellow flower heads of
Ethiopian mustard contain tiny
7 .seeds that will be harvested to make
jet fuel and cattle feed.

Placing faith

~seed crops

~BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER .....dbuckhalter@jcfloridan corn
Jackson County peanut and.
/ cotton growers, as well as other
L ... farmersr, may sooni have a new ... iway to make some cash on the ~fields that usually stand idle in
winter and at the same time
make themselves a place in the
growing biofuel and aerospace
.... ... .industries.
' ... ""L.,The University of Florida's In"; '. stitute of Food, and Agrictural ] .i. Sciences (IFAS) is researching
~whether Ethiopian mustard
't, &could succeed in this region of :;i the state as a significant cold, weather crop. The scientists have
< { areay partnre wihafarmer
:i in Calhoun County qn a local
IGHT, Maria Gret left, and Mari Richards of the Jackson County Finance Department are ready to get Dees planted some in a 25-acre
in line for a Second helping at the bountiful holiday table prepared by'and for couhty employees. LEFT, "test field. Researchers will use
R Sandy Hascher shwdup to hephusband Stan Hascher get dressed up for the "Ugly Christmas Shirt" th~rpiwO different ways.
contest at work. Hascher, Jackson County's purchasing agent, added a pair of antlers to top off his look. See MUSTARD, Page !IA.

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JACKSON.COUNTY nnunity Calendar
FL O IDA N WEDNESDAY, DEC. 25 p.m. in theAA room of First United Methodist Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call
Jackson County Public Lbrary-will be closed Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. 482-5028., Publisher Valeria Roberts for the holidays. i Alford Community Health Clini Hours 10 ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9 B Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting Noon a.m. until last patient is seen, at 1770 Carolina St. in p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
to 1p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Alford. The free clinic for income-eligible patients Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Circulation Manager Dena Oberski Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. without medical insurance treats short-term' ) St. Anne Thrift Store will be closed for the illnesses and chronic conditions: Appointments holidays.
available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501): walk-ins
CONTACT US THURSDAY, DEC. 26 welcome. Sign in before 11 a.m.
)) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks WEDNESDAY, JAN, I
Telephone: 850-526-3614 Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus SUNDAY, DEC. 29 ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- Noon
FAX: 850-482-4478 is the local community, "Community, Children & h to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Email: Character:' Call 526-3142. )) coholics Anonymous Closed Discussion Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
-6:30 p.m. in AA room of First United Methodist
Street Address- D St. Anne Thrift Store -will be closed for the Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna At4403 Constitution Lane holidays, tendance limited to persons with a desire to stop THURSDAY, JAN. 2
Marianna, FL32448 ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, drinking, i) Chipolanew student testing-Chipola College.
Office Hours: 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale- )) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting 8 p.m. in For information call 718-2211 or visit www.chipola.
donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, edu. Weekdays,8a.m.to5p.m. limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking; 5429 College Drive, in Graceville. ) Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks
papers will not be signed. Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus
MISSYWRMKR is the local dommufly, ",Community, Children &
You should receive your newspaper'no later FRIDAY, DEC. 27 C Restqrration CdAY Dre. CertificationCornmunity
) Reitato deadlne for Forest Certification Chrce:Cal5642
than 6 a.m. If it does not arrive, call Circula- ) Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson at UW/IFAS Jackson County Extension Office, Marla'rna*Klwa6is Club Meeting Noon at tlon between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and Marianna. WQrkshop will be held Jan. 9. Cost $15 Jim's buffett & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St., Marianna.
experienced hand crafters welcome to create, which includes materials, lunchand breaks.SAF Call 48-2290. Friday, and 7a.m. share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482- Continuing Forestry Education credits approved for )) St. nne Thrift Store will be closed for the
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271-840) 9631. this workshop: 3.5 hours Category lCF. To register: holidays.
is published Tuesday through Friday and )) "Senior Singles" Meeting 6-8 p.m. in the or BVW & Ladles Auxiliary Meeting 6;p.m. at
Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid. First United Methodist Church Youth Center, 4392 call (352) 219-8717. 2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Covered-dish supper folat Marianna, FL. Clinton St., Marianna. New location. Ample parking. )) Parkinson's Support Group Meeting Noon lowed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372-2500.
Singles age 50 and older are invited for games,, in the ground-floor classroom of Jackson Hospital. ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, food, prizes and speakers. No charge. Donations Lunch provided. Those diagnosed with Parkinson's 8-9p.m., First United Methodist Church, 2901 CaleSUBWRIffONRTES* accepted; proceeds fund charitable endeavors of and their caregivers are invited. No cost to partici- donia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
Home delhy. $11.23 per month; $32.83 Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation. Call 526- pate. Call 718-2661. limited to persons witha desire to-stop drinking;
4561 or 272-6611.
for three months; $62.05 for six months; 4 7 Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting papers will not be signed.
and $123.45for one year. All prices include ) Chess Club 6-8p.m. First United Methodist -75:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by 3975 U.& 90 West, Marianna. Business meet- FRIDAY, JAN. 3
applicable state and local taxes. Mail Marianna Optimist Club for students for students 8- ings are fourth Mondayg; other Mondays are for C subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail 18 years of age in Jackson County. All students and projects, lessons and help. All quilters welcome. Chipola returning students 8am. until 3p.m. subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months; their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels Call 209-7638 Chipola College registration for Spring-Tems A & B.
incldin begnnes ae wecom. Cll 63-073.'For information, call 718-2211 or visit www.chipola. $92.24 for six months; and $184.47 for one including beginners are welcome. Call 693-0473. Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 For w
year. ) Celebrate Recovery -7 p.m. at Evangel Worship p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road inMarianna. Adult, ,Church, 2901Caledonia St., Marianna )) Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and
ADVERTISING hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call experienced hand crafters welcome to create,
The advertiser agrees that the publisher 209-7856,573-1131. TUESDAY, DEC. 31 share, learn or teach favorite projects. Call 482shall not be liable for damages arising ) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- 8-9 ) Jackson County Public Library wil be closing 9631. out of errors and advertisements beyond p~m. in the AA room of First United Methodist at 6 p~m. )) Chess Club 6-8 p.m. First United Methodist
'Church, 2901! Caledonia St. in Marianna. )) Pinochle Club Meeting 9:30-11:30 a.m. As: A Church on Clinton St. in Marianna. Sponsored by the amoUnt paid for the space actually cension Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall; 3975 U.S. Marianna Optimist Club for students for students
occupied by that portion of the advertise- SATURDAY, DEC. 28 90, Marianna. Everyone invited. Call 482-6132. 8-8-years of age in Jackson County. All students and
ments In which the error occurred, whether )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting -4:30- ) Sewing Circle 1 p~m. at Jackson County senior their parents are welcome. Players of all skill levels such error is due to the negligence of the . including begin nners are welcome Call 693-0473.
The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County Floridan, P 0. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, publisher's employees or otherwise, and email edltorial@lcfloridan~com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna. *
there shall be not liability for non-inser- "A...... .............................. .............. ........... . . .. .. .AA.. .. A.. . . ... ... .,. .. .. .
tion of any advertisement beyond the ,
amount paid for such advertisement. This PLoU~e nO1LI.IUJ! I
newspaper will not knowingly accept or MAINAPU E Office and county fire/rescue calls to serve paese''te license).
publish illegal material of any kind. Advertis-MA ANAPLCpaesxpre ingwhih xprsse pefeenc bsedon EPRTMNTreported the following incidents one civil dispute, three follow- )) Johnny Mercer, 244 Marilynl
lagwhih eprsse prfernc baed DPATMET for Dec: 23, the up investigations, three reports Drive, Dothan, AL, violation of
legally protected personal characteristics is The Marianna Police De-. latest available of assault, two suicide attempts county probation.
not acceptable. pertinent listed the following A I report: One or threats, one car in ditch, nine )) Christine Peterson, 2931
incidents for Dec. 23, the latest accident with property/building checks, three' Sunset Drive, Marianna, pos' HOWTO GLETYOUR available report. One accident no injury; one calls to assist another agency, session of controlled substance
NESPBIHDwith injury,' one accident with stolen tag, four two criminal registrations, one 'without a prescription, pos-.
NES UBISEDno injury, two suspicious ye- abandoned vehicles, two suspi- transport, and three reports of session of meth, possession of
The Jackson County Floridan will publish hides, one report. Of a prowler,* cious vehicles, one suspicious threats/harassment,- drug paraphernalia, violation of
news of general interest free of charge., one drug offense, thee burglar incident, five suspicious people, Jackson County Correctional, State probation. Submit your news or Community Calendar alarms, one report of power three information calls, two Facility )}Jadle Judy, 3099 Zion St.,
events via e-mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery, lines down, seven traffic stops, highway obstructions, one call The following people were Cottondale, battery (domestic Fee ma aplyfo wedi~ egaemet, one report of trespassing, two involving a mentally ill person, booked into the county jail dur- violence).
Fes ayaplyfo wddn enagmet, follow-up investigations, one one burglary, one attempted ing the latest reporting periods: )) Christopher Justice, 373
anniversary and birth announcements. report of fraud, one property/ burglary, three physical distur- )) James Wheeler, 4139 Wheel- Sloan Drive, Graceville, failure Forms are av$lable at the Floridan offices, building check, one call to bancos, two verbal disturbanc- er Drive, Marianna, violation of to appear (driving while license Photographs must bhe of good quality and assist a motorist/pedestrian, es, two hitchhiker/pedestrian state probation., suspended or revoked), failure
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the "and two calls to assist another complaints, one drug offense, )) Coy Barwlck, 5389 Duncan to appear (unlawful use of right to edit all submissions, agency. 14 medical calls, three traffic Ridge Road, Marianna, know- driver's license).
GETTING IT RIGHT crashes, one traffic crash with ingly driving while license
Th acsn ont loianspoiyJACKSON COUNTY entrapment, one burglar alarm, suspended or revoked. Jail Population: 202
is to correct mistakes promptly. To SHERIFF'S OFFICE one report of shooting in area, )) Patricia Perezamador, 6305 To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
two traffic stops, three larceny Tierwster St., #15, Houston, fail- at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement report an error, please call 526-3614 The Jackson County Sheriff's complaints, two shootings, five ure to appear (no valid driver .agency Monday-Friday.


(850) 482-3051 A>0 A


NEW PRESIDENT OF CHIPOLA Panhandle Pioneer Settlement

SPEAKS TO CIVIC CLUB holding blacksmithing dass

SpecialtotheFloridan hand tools such as ham- Glasses. There are limSmers, tongs and chisels on ited slots availble so call C i p o la The Panhandle Pioneer an anvil. All will enjoy this or email now to reserve
Settlement will be having experience at the Panhan- your slot. The cost of this
a blacksmithing class on dle Pioneer Settlement at class is a $45.00. A $25
iv ic C lu b Saturday, Jan. 18, starting 17869 NW Pioneer Settle- deposit fee is required for
at 8 a.m. ment Rd, Blountstown, your reservation which
Ifyou enjoy hands on ex- Florida 32424. goes toward the cost of
perience, this is the place This will be an all the class. For more inforto be. Come join us in the day event so pack your mation, call 674-2777; Or art of shaping heated iron lunch, Required, items: email: ppsmuseum@yaand steel (forging) with Gloves and Safety

Jewels of Light Tour on Jan. 5

Special to the Floridan the public. It will be hosted by members of Blue Springs Society of the Children of On Jan.5 The Jewels of Light Tour of the the American Revolution and the youth magnificent stained glass windows of St. of St. Luke's. For information please Luke's Episcopal Church, 4362 Lafayette contact Church Archivist Mary Robbins St., Marianna will begin at 2:30p.m. cen- at 209-4066 or bluespringscar@yahoo. tral time. The tour is free and open to com.
ictured are newly appointed Chipola President Dr. Jason Hurst, s tBEFORE
who was introduced by Club member George Sweeney. Dr A lVocacy _groupT
Hurst spoke to the Club on current and future academic initia- THE
tives and programs of the College. takes issue with BOTTOM

SANTA VISITS SeaWorld'sletter OUT...
SNEADS ELEMENTARY The Associated Press The documentary L
"Blackfish" explores GOLD
ORLANDO, An advo- what may have caused cacy group that produced a 12,000-pound orca AT
the award-winning movie named Tilikum to S...."The Cove" is taking issue kill veteran SeaWorld
with SeaWorld's defense trainer Dawn Braficheau of its treatment of killer in 2010. $S HOSMO
whales. Among the artists
The Oceanic Preserva- who have canceled are tion Society issued a re- Trisha Yearwood, Mar- Paid on Site buttal on Monda!y to full- tina McBride, 38 Special, 4432 Lafayette Street
4 ,page ads that SeaWorld Barenaked Ladies, Willie 526-5488
took out in seven news- Nelson and Heart.
papers last week, defending its record with killer
whales. A C[Y
,-SeaWorld took out the ads after eight recording YSt S M SC
artists withdrew from a Sat., Dec. 14 6 pm concert series SeaWorld Sun., Dec. 15 6pm
is holding at its Orlando .
park in February. Many
of the artists cited the
critical documentary
"Blackfish" as inspiring
their decision to drop *.*out.
ictured above are Kaleigh Grace and Kehdall Harrison wishing

P everyone a merry Christmas from SES.

State Briefs
Miami man pleads Homeland Security. The sentences were
guilty to stolen imposed Tuesday on
iety TWo sentenced in 39-year-old Yiral Cardona
identity scheme Medicare fraud scam and 42-year-old Susan MIAMI A South Flori- Chi, both of Miami. They
da man has pleaded gulty MIAMI Two South were convicted in October 5
to identity theft, stealing Florida women have been of conspiracy and illethe security information of sentenced to 10 years each gally paying health care some 400 people. in prison for their roles in kickbacks from theirVista
Jean-Elguentino Cayo a $4.1 million Medicare Home Health Services. of Miami Gardens was fraud scheme. From wire reports
among 47 people charged pIIrim
in recent months in sepa- *f..' : : 1m]~ I._. : ,
rate identity theft cases. 1'"D, .VNTCVXl T
The 26-year-old Haitian HENRY A. K8 OL ES JR
native sold the data to FRONT END & TIRE SERVICE Q., ';
an undercover agent on "Not JustA Front End Shop" :S TAF F ,
three separate occasions We can take care of ALLYQURTAUIQ NEEDS! in January, April and June 2984 Dekle Street COBB'S 1 4167 Lafayette Street f'SA.
of this year, for which he Marianna, FL32448 (2ldas own from COBB'S 1) gL
received $2,000. He now 1"Varlanna, FL 32448
faces up to 10 years in 8B 850-482-2028 .
prisonandafineofupto Hours:Monday-Frday7:(00AM-5:00PM to all our patients and
$250,000. WE iPPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESSII (8T'ilieS for your patron age.
The investigation was y u a
led by a team that involved W e are deeply grateful fir
agents from the IRS and *' r "ot":o confidence
the Department of' uf on fidence.

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Our Opinion i 11'

The birth of1

Jesus Christ
As told in Matthew 1:18-25
18 Now the birth of Jesus Christ took place in this way.
When his mother Mary had been betrothed to Joseph,
before they came together she was found to be with 7
child from the Holy Spirit. 19 And her husband Joseph,7 being a just man and unwilling to put her to shame, / /
resolved to divorce her quietly. 20 But as he considered
.these things, behold, an angel of the Lord appeared toi ,
him in a dream, saying, "Joseph, son of David, do not
fear to take Mary as your wife, for that which is con-
ceived in her is from the Holy Spirit. 21 She will bear. a
son, and you shall call his name Jesus, for he will save
his people from their sins." 22 All this'took place to I
fulfill what the Lord had spoken by the prophet: 23 "Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a // /
son, and they shall call his name Immanuel" (which''
means, God with us). 24 When Joseph woke from sleep, I'
he did as the angel of the Lord commanded him: he .
took his wife, 25 but knew her not until she had given
birth to a son. And he called his name Jesus.
As told in Luke 2
2 In those days Caesar Augustus issued a decree that
a census should be taken of the entire Roman world.
2 (This was the first census that took place while Quirnn- f
ius was governor of Syria.) 3 And everyone went to their oestio foc
own town to register.
4 So-Joseph also went up from the town of Nazareth
in Galilee to Judea, to Bethlehem the town of David, be- Tn the spirit of good will to oth- dress form also from Hammacher only $200 she'll receive pastrami, cause he belonged to the house and line of David. 5 He ers, even if they are politicians, Schlemmer. Pelosi always looks corned beef,, sausage, liverwurst, went there to register with Mary, who was pledged to be here are some gift suggestions so well put together you forget the applewood smoked bacon, pork married to him and was expecting a child. 6 While they culled from the catalogues. Republicans ignore spread, and salami. Yum-o.
were there, the time came for the baby to be born, 7 and For Ted Cruz, the Texas tea- everything she says. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fl., who
she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him partying maverick senator who We think Presi- would like to be the first Hispanic
in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was helped orchestrate the government dent Obama would president and used to be for imnmino guest room available for them. shutdown for which he hasn't yet enjoy the new Play gration before he was against it, re8 And there were shepherds living out in the fields given us an explanation, we sug- o it Again Polar Bear ally should have an iPhone owner's
nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night. 9 An gest "Magic Morsels" from Fairytale Ann from Gump's in San robotic avatar from Hammacher. angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Brownies. We would perhaps add Mc.l feters Francisco. You ask It reflects an owner's facial features Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. 10 But an ingredient from the 1960s, just the bear to play a. and personality traits. "You can
the angel said to them, "Do not be afraid. I bring you to see if he is human. song, any one of customize its response in your own
good news that will cause great joy for all the people. For John Boehner, the House 12 Christmas carols, and he does voice to match your personality 11 Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to speaker from Ohio who is now it. Just like Obama tries to mollify such as "stop that!" or "wait a sec, you; he is the Messiah, the Lord. 12 This will be a sign to on the tea party's naughty list for whoever he is meeting with at any bub." you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in backing the budget compromise given moment. Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., is
a manger." even though he spent the last two Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., the best known for trampling anyone
13 Suddenly a great company of the heavenly host ap- years bucking his own establish- beleaguered Senate Republican who stands between him and a peared with the angel, praising God and saying, ment Republicans, we suggest leader, might find under his tree a TV camera and refusing to step
14 "Glory to God in the highest heaven, Dean and Deluca's sweet "Coal "teepee to call your own." The Land aside. His aides might consider the
and on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests." Stocking Stuffer." Dean and Deluca of Nod catalogue notes that this runaway alarm clock from Ham15 When the angels had left them and gone into notes: "It's the nicest stocking teepee is "the perfect home away macher. Put on.Schumer's lectern, heaven, the shepherds said to one another, "Let's go to stuffer possible for those who de- from home while trailblazing the it makes a "mischievous dash when Bethlehem and see this thing that has happened, which serve a lump or two." playroom frontier," which of course its alarm sounds" and can survive a
the Lord has told us about." Health and Human Services. Sec- is Congress. Poor McConnell just jump from a three-foot stand after
16 So they hurried off and found Mary and Joseph, retary Kathleen Sebelius,.who "pre- keeps bashing Ob0amacare and he which it scampers in an erratic and the baby, who was lying in the maiger. 17 When sided over" the disastrous rollout of still can't win friends and influence path." TV crews would love it. they had seen him, they spread the word concerning the Affordable Care Act, to use one people. You have to admit that Hillary
what had been told them about this child, 18 and all of the nice names for it, might find New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Clinton, who has been first lady, who heard it were amazed at what the shepherds said a "voice clarifying amplifier" from whose brash style (he hopes) will senator and secretary of State, has to them. 19 But Mary treasured up all these things and Hammacher Schlemmer useful. It propel him to the White House everything. She's rich. She's smart. pondered them in her heart. 20 The shepherds returned, is a digital earpiece that amplifies in 2016, shoots from the hipso Neat clothes. Husband with great glorifying and praising God for all the things they had human speech frequencies above often he should have an Orvis hair. Nieman Marcus' big gift this heard and seen, which were just as they had been told. background noise so that spoken denim long-sleeved shooter shirt year is an ultimate outdoor enThe Jackson County Floridan wishes readers a merry words are clearly audible. Perhaps which will make everyone think of tertainment system ranging from Christmas. the next time peons tell her a Theodore Roosevelt, and not just $1.5 million to $2.6 million What a
computer program is not ready for because of girth. perfect way to make a presidential
Contact your representatives primetime, she'll hear. Michelle Obama, the near perfect announcement!
Florda Lgislature. House Minority Leader Nancy first lady, ordinarily would get Happy holidays pols. Isn't it nice
Pelosi, D-Ca.,.who ran a tight ship a vegetable-of-the-month club to know we're thinking of you? State Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 5 when she was speaker, should subscription. But she's probably
District Office: receive a "fashionista Christmas tired of that, so we are suggest- Ann McFeatters has covered the White House
Administration Building, Room 186 tree," a prelit 5-foot (just her size) ing a Meatsplosion, a Big Box of and national press since 1986. Email: mcfeatChipola College tree designed like a dressmaker's Deli Meat from Zingerman's. For
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4300 Legendary Drive ouacan see it from space!" 'Silent Night.' It's done by a marchSuite 230 Kirby complained about ing band of life-size mechanical tin
Destin, FL 32541 his next-door neighbor's soldiers."
850-897-5747 Christmas lawn display. In his living What I had mistaken for a natural
Gaetz 866-450-4366 (toll free) room, at 9 p.m., with the curtains disaster was starting to vaguely drawn and the lights off, it was as sound like a booming pa-rumbright as daylight. The only dif- pum-pum-pum. From inside
U.S, Congress ference was that daylight doesn't Jinm Ullefl Kirby's house, it sounded like one of
twinkle and blink in different colors. The Village Idiot those cars that go by with the music
U.S. Rep. Steve Southerland II, R-2 "Did you see the six wise men?" blaring and the windows up so all
1229, Longworth House Office Building he asked. "Did you see the manger?" you can hear is the DNA-splitting
Washington, DC 20515 "1 thought there were only three ,"No, but I liked that big cutaway bass. Jt was very hard to nail down
202-225-5235 wise men," I said. "Aknd I thought of the Mall of America. You could any melody
@RepSoutherland people were smaller back then. park a car in it. What does that "I know this will sound as if I don't These guys are two feet taller than I represent?" have any Christmas spirit, but can't
Southerland "am. I thought maybe they were the "That's the creche. Didn't you see you put out a hit on your neighbor?
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla. three wise men's bodyguards." the holy family gathered around Just have somebody whack him?"'
716 Hart Senate Office Building ....It started out with three until a T-shirt display in a Gap store on "No, because then I'll look like the
Washington, DC 20510 another three went on sale right level 2B while shop clerks gathered bad guy"
202-224-5274 after Christmas last year. Next year around to celebrate the blessed "People can be so judgemental."
@SenBillNelson there may be nine. Who knows? And event?" "Especially this time of year. Do what did you think of their camel "Well, shop clerks are kind of like .you want to sleep orn the sofa?"
Nelson train?" shepherds." "Whiy would I sleep on the sofa?
U.S. Sen. Marco Ruble, R-Fla. "Is that what that is supposed to "Don't tell me you're buying into I'm going home to get some peace
S317 Hart Senate Office Building be? I thought they were creatures this. Doesn't it bother you that and quiet."
Washington, DC 20510 ,from 'St~r Wars.' I wondered what Jesus, Mary and Joseph didn't even "I don't think so. Take a look out202-224-3041 .that had to do with Christmas." haveelectricity and we celebrate his side' There was a solid line of cars
@MarcoRubio Normally, I like Christmas lights. birthday by ..." snaking slowly through his It gets dark so early in the winter There was an earthshaking thud. I sion past his house at 2 miles per
Rubio that it's cheery to see the outlines of ran to get under a doorway; think- hour.
housesdtorthe multicolored lights in ing the house was about to collapse "That's all right; someone will let
,,AhI the shrubberies, a roly-poly around us. Kirby just sat thaere. I me through." ~ 4Santa waving at me as I drive yelled at him to run for cover while "Really? I sat there for two hours
though town in the evening. As he still could, last night before I was able to get
Sever, some people do more decoiat- "It's not earthquakek" he said. out. But only because some woman
ii ~ su~ in g than otherS and Some are more "It's the 'Little Drummer Boy' seg- who was taking pictures witha her
~d~~Wetoi dirTee~tasteful than others but ment starting up." cellphone dropped it ad stopped
*~I5O52-3~4 ~ )lfte ~r i~6si~frniM~n this this was what Liberace "That's isn't a drm, it's artillery." for two seconds to look for it."
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stmas Eves aa s uState consumer traumatic chest injury

The Associated Press confidence holding Myers hospital. The 43GAINESVILLE- Flor- year-old man who was
CAPE CANAVERAL, ida's consumer con- operating the boat, a 40- Astronauts wrapped fidence is remaining year-old woman and a
up urgent space sta-, unchanged. 12-year-old boy suffered
tion repairs during a rare The monthly University minor injuries.
Christmas Eve spacewalk of Florida survey released
Tuesday, braving a "mini Tuesday shows the state's Foul play suspected
blizzard" of noxious am- consumer confidence in woman's death
monia as they popped in a was 77 in the month of i oa' et
new pump. December. That's on a JACKSONVILLE,
It was the second space- scale of 2 to 150 bench- Investigators say they
walk in four days for U.S. marked to 1966 at a value believe a woman found
astronauts Rick Mastrac- of 100. dead after a fire above a
chio and Michael Hopkins, The December figure Jacksonville bar was the
and the second Christmas matches the revised victim of a homicide.
Eve spacewalk in NASA : .number for November. On Dec. 1, firefighters
history. Consumer confidence found the body of 43NASA ordered up the w sharply fell off in October year-old Kathy
spacewalksto revive a crit- before rebounding last Lorraine Johnson in
ical cooling loop atthe In- month. a room she was rentternational Space Station. ,.Chris McCarty, direc- ing above Greybeard's
All nonessential equip- THEASSOCIATEDPRESS tor of the UF center that Tavern.
ment had to be turned off Rick Mastracchio (top) and Michael Hopkins work to repair an external cooling line on the does the survey, says that Jacksonville's Assistant when the line conked out International Space .Station on Tuesday, 260 miles above Earth. improving economic Police Chief Chris Butler
Dec. 11, and many science conditions may be help- told the Florida Timesexperiments halted: ward its installation spot, as Mission Control called the action unfolded 260 ing sustain consumer Union that investigators
With Tuesday's success, and then slid it in. An as- it. The spacewalkers re- miles above the planet. confidence. He said the didn't original suspect
the cooling system should tronaut working inside, ported being surrounded "It's like. Christmas dip in October was likely foul play. But the medical be restored and all equip- Japan's KoichiWakata, gin- by big chunks of the stuff morning opening up a lit- tied to the federal gov- examiner ruled Johnson's ment back up and running gerly steered the arm and that bounced off equip- tle present here," Mastrac- emient showdown. -death a homicide. by this weekend, accord- its precious load. ment and, in all probabil- chio said as he checked his
ing to NASA. "Mike Hopkins taking a ity, their suits. toolkit. Later, as he worked Lawyer killed in From wire reports
Mastracchio and Hop- special sleigh ride on this "Wow," Hopkins sighed to remove the spare pump water scooter crash kins remoyed the faulty Christmas Eve,". Mission -after the fourth and final from its storage shelf, he ammonia pump during Control commentator Rob fluid line was hooked to commented: "Now it really ENGLEWOOD -A
Saturday's outing. On Navias said as the space the new pump. The elec- feels like I'm unwrapping a lawyer from Kansas is ,(.) Tuesday, they installed the station soared over the trical hookups went more present." dead after the water
fresh pump. Pacific. smoothly, and six hours Mission Control in Hous- scooter he was operStanding on the end of It was slow going be- into the spacewalk, Hop- ton was in a festive mood, ating collided with a
the station's main robotic cause of a balky ammonia kins finally called down, despite the gravity of the motorboat in southwest arm, Hopkins: clutched fluid line that sent frozen "Houston,you've got your- situation. Tabletop Christ- Florida. the 780-pound, refrigera- flakes of the extremely tox- self a new pump module." mas trees, Santa dolls and The crash happened tor-ske pump with both ic substance straight at the ,Christmas references red Santa caps decorated Sunday afternoon in hands as he headed to- men "a mini blizzard," filled the radio waves, as the desks. Charlotte County.
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The Associated Press old recipe for making gin- by his grandfather in 1938. No more. Holis of Leawood, Kan., ,
gerbread men when I was Or he mails them to far- In truth, he likes it. died Monday. Doctors TAMPA Col. David a little kid. She used to off lands. His motler gets "I had people tell me, amputated one of his M9a s Parrish ran Hillsborough make giant gingerbread one, outside Philadelphia. 'Once you retire, you're go- legs on 4 County's jails for more than men about 10 inches tall. It's a lot of work. ing to be in trouble. Your Sunday afternoon. a quarter century. Now he's We were all allowed to have Every year, he says the whole life is the jail,' he' Investigators say all oEWoLoG TS retired. In his current role, one appendage before- same thing: This is it. recalls. four occupants of the
inmates never face the breakfast." boat were ejected during watsoniewelersicom
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prisoners, each with black- Parrish substitutes butter. Tiie IV24 Availabe in' ThurSdi l and-white icing stripes. In a typical year, he goes Tue. (M) 20-8 7-3-9. 8.14_
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them to people that work and that takes allthe think- )1,
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dormitory settings. "They are not beautiHe baked'even before, ful," he says. "They look -4
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decades. .Some are perhaps with-0
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Also around the time of the winter solstice, Easter was the main holiday e Dith s comm On Christmas believrsattended cho earhen eleae
Romans observed Juvenalia feast honoring celebrated. In the fourth century, church officials decided to in- raucouly in a drunken, carnival-like r sii
the children of Rome. In ad itian, and s ob the itons a holiday. Unfortunately, the Bible oFirst e rai sra e ciiensg
of the upperDclasses often celebrated the does not mention a dateforhis birth factt Puritans later crowned the"lord of misrule" andeager

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some Romans, Mithra's birthday was the most middle of winter?), Pope Julius I chose Dec.25. Itis commonly mischief. Christmas became te time of a t r
sacred day of theSyear. believed that the church chose this date in an effort to adopt, 'classes could repay their real or pmagsnes "e toi
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Ia December of 1843, English author Charles Dickens'Sclassic holiday tale, CHRI"A Christmas Carol'was published. The story's message thea importance of charity and good will toward all humankind struck -il
Powerful chord in the United States and England and showed
members of Victorian society the benefits of. celebrating the holiday.
The family also was becoming less disciplined and more sensitive
to the emotional needs of children during the early 1800s.,rvie Fro day whnheto I
Christmas i families with could the cele
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1 appearing to "spoil" -them. LW Di
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perfect family holiday, old customs were unearthed. W-breakers
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and Episcopalian churches to see how the day should I iSi:3! 1
be celebrated. In the~next 100 years, Americans shilllingls
built a Christmas tradition,all their own that rule :: i
included pieces of many other customs,i including decorating treos, sending holiday L
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into the idea that they were celebrating Thed blegendd of eants an be
Christmas how it had been done fortrcdbkunedofyas'oa centuiesAn~ercanshad rallymonk named St. Nicholas. It is bec nentes, Arian hda flly the oa lieved that Nicholas was born some-.
rivneahoiatoflth*a eir time around.280 A.D. in Patara, near.
cultural needs of a growingI Myra in modern-day Turkey. Much
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Sitk ]M a .6,870 gave away all of his il~herit6,d wealth
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II known of the St. Nicholas stories
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American popular culture toward the from b 'eing sold into slavery or
end-of the 18th century. In December prostitution by their father by
1773, and again in 1774, a New York providing them with a dowry so that
newspaper reported that groupsI they could be married. Over the
of Dutch families had gathered course of many years, Nicholas's
to honor the-anniversary of .popularity spread and he became his death. knownfas the protector of,'
SThe name'Santa Claus children and sailo rs. His feast,
evolved from Nick's Dutch nick- 0\ 6to day is celebrated on'the annivername, Sinter Klaas, a shortened sary of his death, Dec. 6. This was
form of Sint Nikol'aas (Dutch for traditionally considered a lucky
Saint Nicholas). In 1804, John day to make large purchases or to


Health care site put to the test as deadline passes

The Associated Press multaneous users reached
60,000 on Monday, site opCHICAGO -The govern- erators employed a queument's revamped healtti.. ing system thatallows peocare website biggest test yet as a record- ;email address to be invited
breaking surge of Am~eri- ) back later, the government
cans rushed to beat Tues- said. More than 60,000 usday's extended deadline for ers gave theiremail.
signing-up for coverage. N Many states operate their
After a disastrous, glitch- own online marketplaces
plagued rollout in Octo- 4 for buying coverage, and
ber,, the some of them also extendwebsite where people in ed their deadlines...
36 states can shop for in- The insurance' industry
surance, received nearly 2 too, has pushed backdeadmillion Visits Monday and lines for payment, with
handled the traffic well, the most health plans "owing
government said. customers to pay by Jan,
Monday was the sign-up 10 and still get retroactive
deadline for people want- coverage to ain. 1.
ing coverage at the start "With deadlines thatkeep
of the new year. But the changing, insurers want to
Obama administration alleviate confusion," said
pushed back the dead- Robert Zirkelbach, spokesline a day to deal with ex- man for America's Health
pected heavy traffic ftom Insurance Plans. "Health
procrastinators. plans are going to do evThe grace period was the erything they can to help
latest in a series of delays consumers with the enrollthat have marked President _ment process."
Barack Obama's health care THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Obama said Friday that
overhaul. Johanna, Diaz (left) points out information toSenior Certified Enrollment Specialist Marlene Nesmith,at a Healthcare more than 1 milion AmeriCritics of the law seized Marketplace office in Miami. Diaz, who hid already signed up, visited the office to make sure she was enrolled. cans had enrolled for coyon the extension as more to increase the number of public got the message and premiums within, their flux of people trying to get erage; since Oct. 1. The evidence that the program people signing up," said wants, subsidized health reach," said Ron Pollack, enrolled." administration's estimates
is in trouble. health economist Gail insurance. president of Families USA, Thewebsitewentthrough call for 3.3 million to sign
"The amazing, ever- Wilensky, who ran Medi- :A lotof people who pre- a liberal advocacy group extensive hardware and -up by Dec. 31, and-the tarexpanding deadline? It's care for President"George' viously found health care 'leading efforts to get unin- software upgrades to make get is 7 million by the end clearly a sign of despera- H.W Bush. unaffordable are learning sured people signed up for it more reliable and in- of March. After that, people
tion by the administration The law's supporters said they can get very substan- coverage next year. "That's crease its capacity. who fail to buy coverage to do everything they can the extra day means the tial subsidies that bring why we're seeing a large in- When the number of si- can face taxpenalties.

classroom, where Golden 'lesson plans, somethingThet Gsays students go back to it Golden said her grade
time and time again, mak- group is doing quite a
From Page 1A From Page 1A ing it a great review tool to bit.
surveillance video which al- reinforce the lesson. "I enjoy math..., well, I
legedly showed Dixorx pull- How it works is that stu- "Not only are they look- enjoy it all, but I really ening up to a gas pupat Big dents write their name ing at their name, they're joy writing," Golden said
Little the day after the theft. or have it printed by the looking at their friend's of creating the plans. Officials say she arrived teacher, they cut out the name, and they're com- "I enjoy creating lessons %
around the same time the individual letters and paring: 'Your name has and comingupwiththings bank'had given as the time paste them on' pages five (letters), and my name that are not textbook, A,
someone had tried to use the alongside their photo, has six...' things that (students) can
victim's card there. Dixon got and those pages are then Golden said "How Many relate to, things that they out of the truck she was driv- compiled in a book fea- Letters are inYour Name?" can enjoy and maybe ing and went to the pump, turing all members of the came about after a county take back with them and where she was shortly joined class. That personaliza- consultant asked her to revisit." by an unidentified man, of- tion, of the early math les- contribute to the NCTM Golden is gearing up for ficials say. Dixon then went son, Golden says, is the Illuminations project, and more of what she enjoys. into the store and made a key to its success. the idea gelled during a She's in the early planning
cash purchase, according to 'Anytimei you can use work-related trip to Wash- stage to do more work for the, complaint filed against their pictre or their, name ington. She also credits the NCTM, creating an- ANGIECOKJ/'ORIOAN
her. After that, authorities -or anything personal Gplson Principal Jennifer other plan that aims to Teacher Deeanna Golden, talks about the lesson plan she say, she walked around in the it really goes over well." Hawthorne for encour- help young students ab- created, Inside her Golson Elementary School classroom, store for a while and went to And the book stays in the aging teachers to create sorb classroom concepts. Thursday, Dec. 19, in Marianna. the register again, where the
man joined her, and made
another purchase before Maincrease revenue, Dees alternative jet fuel supleaving the store. said I've been in the seed ply is critical, Wright said,
Receipts from the store business for 27 years. since the U.S. Navy has a
helped investigators deter- From Page kA We have to keep trying goal of converting 50 permine that while Dixon was at various things for various 7 cent of its fuel consumpthe pump, two attempts were David Wright, an agron- reasons, and this is just tion to biofuels by 2020.
allegedly made to purchase ornist working on the part of that overall effort The Dees field and
gas using a card matching project, said the research- to be in touch with the other trials in other parts
the last four numbers of the ers aren't interested in the needs. I don't know what of the state should protolencard. leafy green vegetable -it- magic potion we'll find duce enough oil for the
self. Their project involves to do it, but we need to university's partner coinObituaries the smaller upper leaves continue trying until we panyto test in jet engines.
that accompany sunny- hit- on something that will That company, Applied
yellow flower heads that sustain itself. I want to be Research Associates, has a
shoot skyward on a stalk part of it." branch operation in Panas the large- leaf part be- Dees has been willing to ama City, puffing it well:
Artistic Designs Unlimited Inc. low dies off. give niche crops a chance SuBMITTE,0POTO ,within reach of the'target
Your Local Florist and Gifts They'll harvest the stalk before, sticking with proj- These Ethiopian mustard plants might look lush and green area for market growth. 2911i1efferson St. Marianna of flower heads and ex- ects that offered prms Ike the traditional mustard grown In area vegtable gardens, That reduces shipping 85037-456trctois ro te ho- utwhchhae ot but it has a strong bitterness that makes it far less palatabletiean hcopc85-32446trc olsfomtetou btwhc hv ntyet thntoemr rdtoaaitetimes afgtnd the cropa
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Funeral Appropriate Attire within the leaves leadifig of the market potential. en. That research will be about 70 days from plant- from field to application.
2878 Jefferson st. Marianna UP to the flowers. Those 'I do a lot bahia and shared with cattle ranch- inag, Wright said, meaning "We are worlcing with
850-482-8647 will be pressed to extract centipede grasses, but ers, tO help them decide' thatthefirstoilswilnotbe county extension, people
the significant amount of I've been trying switch- whether they Want to add extrctedi until late winter and they're aware and oil within. The oil will be grass for a while now, too, this supplement to food or early spring. The win- keeping a close eye on it used in creating drop-in for erosion control and for supply for theiro~wn herds. ter growth period means so that if it does develop There were no0 biofuel for jets. Drop-in wildlife. I still have about Jackson County is the fewer pests, less potential into a viable crop, they'll
fuels don't require mix- 35-40 acres of that, and largest cattle-producing for. natural disasters, giv- have the information' for obitaies or ing with petroleum-base we keep thinking it's going area of the state, Wright ing researchers some faith the growers in Jackson
death ;notices fuels. to take off," "I ul.. Dees said. saidi. That. fact, and the in the mustard Seed as a and surrounding counsubz-teto the That fact is one reason hasn't quite done that yet, presence of the beef unit new alternative crop for ties, thinks they. need to
sumttdDees agreed to participate, but I keep trying because I near Greenwood: made it northwest Florida. know to have success with
Fl~oridan as of the The owner of S&L Seed can see the potential." the ideal 'etting. 'to mcarry' ,: The seeds, are about it," Wright said.. "We really
deadline at 4p.m. Company, Dees said he The beef unit at the IFAS out this experiment.;!:i, 40 percent oil, on aver- 'don't know that much yet,
believes in alternative fu- research station in Green- Ethiopiana mustard p~ro-age,: he ,said. Dees' Crop but so far it seems not to y erday els and has experimented wood will be the setting duces a leaf somewhat lik~e should yield about 200 be a real demanding crop.'
!4' :!i"with them before, We're for the other part of the a combination between 'gallons of oil per acre. We'll repeat this project .. .. going to need something scientists' project with a traditional southern During the growth period, in Jay and Gainesville,
,. .., to use other that fossil fu- Ethiopian mustard. mustard and broccoli leaf. 'researchers, will monitor spread it' out to test other
'%S:, .:els," Dees said. "That sup- After Dees grows it and Wright doubts it will have and experiment with vari- soil types and climates."
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forever. We need some-. the left-over remains of mans. It's theoretically ed- other' potential, growers Department of Agnicult ,,i, : t thing sustainable, some- the pressed and de-oiled ible, he said, :but is bitter, some basic information rare and Consumer SciI: 'i thing we can produce that 'seed Will be used to make and sulpherous, It would' 'they can use in planting ences grant of $1 million,
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'; that can sustain itself." animals in the beef unit's potential for it becoming and the rest' of the team that will be used to con;:" : ,, !Dees said he also want-' research herd. ... a food supply, competitor are hoping it will become vert the de-olled 'seeds to
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BY DUSTIN KENT tage of a short-handed "Logan was big for us in they've got some girls who Holmes County team the second half," Sneads can -play even without missing two of its players coach Andy Ward said of them. The Sneads Lady Pirates in Lenibel C6ncepcion his 6-foot senior center, "It's always good to get a picked up one of their big- and Hannah Prescott. who scored 11 of her 17 af- win over a goodteam." gest wins of the season It was a one-point Lady ter halftime. "Defensively, Tasherica McMilMonday night at home, Blue Devil lead at halftime, we were slow getting down lon added 10 points for knocking off the No. 3 but Sneads took control in the floor, especially in the Sneads, with Aaliyah team in the state Holmes the third period by out- first half. Williams scoring seven
County 45-40. scoring Holmes County "In the fourth quarter, points, and Chasity McGItwasarematchofaDec.9 16-2 to take a 34-21 lead they started trapping and riffsix. meeting be- into the fourth quarter. pressuring us and we got With the victory the
tween the teams in The Lady Blue Devils ral- careless with the ball and Lady Pirates improved to Bonifay in which lied back in the final pe- let them back in it. It was 10-2 on the year. the Lady Blue riod to get to within three closer than it should've The girls are off until Jan.
Devils won 56-48. at 40-37. been, but it's still a good 7 when they play Vernon
But Logan Neel led the But Neel made two win. in the first of three district
way for the Lady Pirates clutch free throws to push "Even with those games that week followed with' 17 points Monday the lead back to five and two girls out, (Hol- by Blountstown on Jan. 9 PHOTO BY HALEY BOGGS
night.- Holmes County never got mes County) is still a and WeWahitchka on Jan. Snead's Tasherica McMillon goes up for a shot during a game
Sneads took full advan- any closer. well-coached team and 10. earlier this season.

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Graceville High School will be host
to the latest Jackson County Christmas tournament, with the Tiger Shootout featuring three county clubs as
well as some heavy-hitters from the
The two-day shootout runs Friday
and Saturday with five games each day
starting with Sneads vs. South Walton
at 1:30p.m.
That game will be followed by Bozeman vs. Baker at 3 p.m., Rutherfordvs.
East Hall (Ga.) at 4:30 p.m., Marianna,
vs. Godby at 6 p.m., and Graceville vs.
Holmes County at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday's schedule includes: East
Hall vs. Marianna at 1:30 p.m., Holmes County vs. South Walton at 3 p.m.,
Sneads vs. Bozeman at 4:30 p.m., Baker
vs. Graceville at 6 p.m., and Godby vs.
Rutherford at 7:30 p.m.
at Chipola and Bay High in previous
years, Tigers coach Matt Anderson said
SUBMITTED PHOTO he was happy to bring a holiday classic
The Vikings finished undefeated at 7-0 to win the MERE Junior Tackle football league. The players are Lamarion Bell, Tristan Bozeman, Chris- to GHS this year. topher Gay, Pender Johnson, Cooper Large, Cole Maddox, Ryan McDaniel, Joey Myhill, Wesley Rodgers, Jaxson Beach, Caleb Callahan, DaVeon '"The first couple of years (at GracevGilbert, Cary Griffin, Dequarion Pittman, Deshon Pollock, Tre'Vyon Johnson, Carter Large, Jaylon Lucious, John Maddox, AJ Porte, Scotty Wil- ille), it was something I really couldn't liams, Joseph Yuricek, Lane Gullett, and Maddy Hendrix. Coaches are Mark Beach, Bryan Johnson, and Rhett Rogers. get organized because we had so many
*s *other things going on trying to build
ovor the program, bult there was an opening
Vikings finish 7-0 thanks to win over Saints i h uths a n
in the schedule this year and we were
fortunate to get some really good clubs
BY SHELIA MADER with a 20-0 victory over the half by the Saints. period, Jackson Beach recov- and some great matchups. We have
Floridan Correspondent Saints. : Tristan Bozeman converted ered a fumble and returned some top-level clubs and some midThe game was a scoreless tie on the extra point to make it it for 35 yards for the final level clubs going against each other," Marianna Recreation through the first half of play. an 8-0 game.. touchdown of the game. he said.
brought the football season The Vikings finally getting Myhill added another score Both teams failed to score in Sneads (1-9) comes in looking to get to a close Saturday at Opti- on the board in the third before the end of the third the final quarter of the game. things turned around before the secmist Park, with the Vikings quarter thanks to a 65-yard period, finding the end zone With the win, the Vikings ond half of the season after struggling taking the Junior Tackle City punt return touchdown by this time on a 40-yard TD run finished the season 7-0, with mightily so far under new coach Bruce Championship and complet- Joey Myhill following the to make it 14-0 Vikings. the Saints taking second place Hubbs. ing an undefeated season opening series of the second With two minutes left in the in the league. See SHOOTOUT, Page 7B

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Bulldogs take 4th at Timberwolf Duals MHS soccer teams
BY DUSTIN KENT anna coach Ron Thoreson f 0 Catholic said. "I'm very proud and
privileged to be a part of
The Marianna Bulldogs that." BY SHEIlA MADER by Lexie Basford to
wrest ing team competed Marianna had a chance Floridan Correspondent Taniyah Robinson for
in the Timberwolf Duals at to finish in the top three as the score.
Chiles High School on Sat- a team, but lost to Colquitt The Marianna High Following the game,
urday and finished fourth County (Ga.) by just seven S c h o o 1 Marianna coach Scott
overall despite missing four points after losing to Lin- soccer Wiggins said he was
of the 14 weight classes. coln in the previous match. t e a m s very proud of his girls'
Marianna went in with- Against Lincoln, the Bull- took a efforts.
out wrestlers at the 106, dogs won five of the 10 pair of "'We played with
113, 120, and 195-pound matches that were wrestled, losses three starters out and
divisions, which meant the with the four empty classes into the Christmas Reagan (Oliver) on her
Bulldogs gave up 24 points they had to forfeit resulting break with a road first game back since
before even stepping foot in the loss. game against the her concussion, so
on the mat. "The boys wrestled pretty always-toughPensaco- I think we did really
But the Bulldogs still fin- well," Thoreson said. "The' la Catholic Crusaders. well," he said. "The
ished 2-3 on the day as a score looks worse than The Lady Bulldogs girls never gave up and
team, with Marquette Roul- how the boys actually per- fell 3-1, while the boys fought until the very
hac, Chris Warf, and Devin formed. The performance team took a 4-0 loss. lpst minute.
Combs all going undefeat- was very game. Valerie Sims con- "You can't ask for
ed as individuals. "It was just a numbers trolled the box and al- anything better than
For Warf, his first victory game for us." lowed the three goals that."
of the day was the 100th of The Bulldogs also won six while recording 17 In the boys game,
his varsity career spanning of 10 matches against Chil- saves, withl0 of those Austin Nelson recordfour years, improving to 22- es and six of nine against coming in the first ed three saves on the
3 this season. Colquitt County. SUBMITTED PHOTO half. night for Marianna.
"That's just a huge accom- Marianna Bulldogs wrestler Chris Wart celebrated his 100th Marianna's goal The teams will return
plishment for him," Mari- See TIMBERWOLF, Page7B career varsity win at Chiles High School on Saturday. came on a throw-in to action in January L



Dolphins still have shot at wild-card berth

The Associated Press' yards, their. lowest total And perhaps Miami (8-7) San Diego Chargers in the
DAVIE Reeling from since 1999, and allowed will bounce back. Even by race for the sixth and fitheir worst loss of the year, 203 yards rushing, their NFL standards for unpre- nal AFC playoff spot, and the Miami Dolphins can worst such showing in six. dictability, the Dolphins none of the three teams still make the playoffs. years. Beleaguered quar- havebeen a roller-coaster ,can clinch a berth without 4 Whether they deserve to is terback Ryan Tannehill team. help.
open for debate. limped- out of the game They defeated three The Dolphins will make
Miami can clinch the with a left knee injury in teams that have clinched the playoffs if they win, AFC'S final wild-card berth the fourth quarter, then AFC division titles. They and if the Ravens lose or Sunday with a little help returned to be sacked for a also lost twice to Buffalo the Chargers win. The reaand a win over the New seventh and final time. and once to Tampa Bay, son:- Miami wins the tie- I York Jets. But a 19-0 loss at None of which bodes both last-place teams. breaker if all three teams Buffalo cost the Dolphins well for Miami's chances Tannehill beat Tom finish 9-7,, but loses if it's control of their destiny, against the Jets. Brady, Ben Roethlisherger, a two-way tie with the Ra"There's no question "The problems that Andrew Luck, Philip Riv- vens, because they beat ..THEASS0CIAD.PRESS we laid an egg as a team, popped up in the game ers, Andy Dalton and Matt the Dolphins in Week 5. Through everything Miami has faced this year, there is still
coaches; players, every- and things thatneed to be Ryan. He's 0-2 against Bills The Dolphins, Ravens. hope for Joe Philbin and the Dolphins. body," offensive coordina- fixed, we have toaddress," backup quarterback Thad and Chargers would all I
tor Mike Sherman said. coach Joe Philbin said.' "We Lewis. miss the playoffs if they scoreboard-watching how important that game
On a cold, windy, rainy have to play our best game That's fodder for dis- lose and the Steelers win, Sunday. was, and to drop it like that
afternoon,: the Dolphins of the year. It's a great way cussion in the offseason, which would give the final "That's the' worst part without getting points or hardly looked like a team for us to finish the regular which the Dolphins hope AFC spot to. Pittsburgh. So we had everything in making impact plays or worthy of playing in Janu- season. We've got a great to delay. They're tied with the Dolphins' latest loss front of us," safety Jimmy giving ourselves a chance: ary.They gained only 103 opportunity the Baltimore Ravens and ensures they'll do some Wilson said. "We knew to win is a big letdown.

Broncos' Miller out for season with torn ACL

The Associated Press year. This is another bump season arid never really re- pension' that was before
in the road for us." turned to form in 2013. -they also lost safety Rahim
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. The Broncos (1.2-3) have Miller worked butat the Moore (leg) and linemen
The Denver Broncos hit so many potholes this team's Doxve Valley corn- Kevin Vickerson (hip) and
began the season without season it's a wonder they're plex during his banish- DerekWolfe (illness).
strongside linebacker Von not broken down on the ment, and he bulked up to The Broncos find themMiller, and they'll eAd it side of the Super Bowl 270 pounds 24 pounds selves once again scramwithout him, too. Expressway. more than when he was bling to make up for the
Miller is done for the Instead, they can wrap selected second overall in loss of a dynamic playyear after tests Monday re- up the AFC's top seed with "' the 2011 draft out of Texas maker teams had 'to acvealed a torn anterior cru- a win at Oakland (4-11) on. A&M; -'ount for even though he
ciate ligament in his right Sunday. Miller was rusty upon wasn't having his typically
knee, which he injured in Miller's injury ended a his return. Although his disruptive season.
the first quarter of Denver's rough third season for the bulkier body enhanced "It's like losing aguylike
37-13 win at'Houston over BroncoS star, which'began THEASSOCIATED PRESS his' bull rush. it seemed Ryan Clady earlier in. the
the weekend. with a six-game drug sus- After missing the first six games due to a suspension, Von to sap some of his athleti- season or (wide Ireceiver
"It's definitely going to pension and mcluded just Miller will now miss the remainder of the season. cism that made him such a Wes) Welker," coach'John be a blow," executive vice five sacks and 33 tackles in up for the league's De- In the offseason, Elway special pass rusher. He had Fox 'said via a teleconferpresident John Elway said 10 games. fensive Player of the Year called Miller the best foot- moments where he'd flash ence with reporters after
onhis weekly podcast on- With 30 sacks in his first honor last season. He set ball player on the planet. his old form, and last week being sent home Monday the team's website. "But two NFL seasons, Miller a team record in 2012 But Miller.ran'afoul of the he-spoke about peakingfor because of the flu!: ',Any I think that we've done a won the NFL's Defensive with 181/2 sacks to'go with NFL's drug program, was the playoffs. time you take away those good job of handling ad- Rookie of the Year award 28'tackles for loss and six suspended for the first Although the Broncos caliber of players, -it's a versity throughout the in 2011 and was runner- forced fumbles. month and a half of the went 6-0 during his sus- blow.".

McCarthy not sure if Rams' OT Long jury puts

SRodgers ill start finale Saffold back at left tadde
The Associated Press
The AssOciated Press
ST. LOUIS One series
GREEN BAY, Wis. in to Sunday's game, Rod-,Green Bay Packers coach ger Saffold was back at
Mike McCarthy isn't sure left tackle for the St. Louis
if quarterback Aaron Rod- Rams. What a strange trip it
gers will start the team's has been.
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at Soldier Field. him in the second round.
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The Associated Press 23 win at Washington. Kyle Or- enough to get the Cowboys an it. He just doesn't have the game ton, who hasn't started a game 18-16 win. ,time that he would have had as
IRVING, Texas Dallas own- since 2011, is the backup. "Tony will play with all the the starter, and he doesn't get '
or Jerry Jones says the Cowboys Jones said he had lengthy pain," Jones said. "But his doc- the reps." ,N aren't ruling Tony Romo out of discussions with Romo and his tor has to clear him." Jones said the Cowboys were a winner-take-all game against doctors Monday about getting If Romo isn't cleared, Orton bringing in "multiple" quar- '/
*Philadelphia because doctors the 33-year-old ready to play. will make his first start since the terbacks for,-tryouts Tuesday, A
could clear him after treating The owner wouldn't discuss the 2011 season finale for Kansas mostly looking for someone to his back injury details of Romo's injury. City against. Denver, the team ease the throwing load on Or* Jones said on his radio show "If you, know Tony, you can't that waived him* earlier that ton if Romo is either out or limThesday that his quarterback imagine what a competitor he year after making Tim Tebow ited in practice: has proven he can play with is, and he doesn't want. to miss the starter. Romo and Orton are the only
pain but won't if doctors advise 'a snap," Jones said. "H~e was Orton signed a three-year, quarterbacks on the roster afagainst it. very disappointed, particularly $10.5 million contract with the ter Alex Tanney was claimed off
The Cowboys (8-7) and Eagles disappointed for his team, re- Cowboys that offseason an the practice squad by Cleveland
(9-6) are playing Sunday night peated over and over *again, investment that Jones says was last month.
in Dallas' third straight season 'Jerry, I can't tell you how badly for just the scenario facing Dal- "If you don't realize that you're finale against an NFC East ri- I feel relative to you and relative las now. going to be dealing with injury
val with the division title and a to my teammates."' "The main thing is that it' not information, s dden change in
playoff berth on the line. Romo didn't miss a game in like Kyle Orton just gets here this plans, then you're in the wrong Romo was the starter in losses 2011 after breaking his, ribs morning or gets here tomorrow area," Jones said. "We're in as THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
to the NewYork Giants two years in Week 2 against San Fran- morning," Jones said. "Kyle Or- good a shape under these cir- Tony Romo took an epidural shot ago and Redskins last season. ,cisco. He was heavily padded ton has been here and he knows cumstances as you could pos- Tuesday' for the pain in his back. It is
He injured his back -in the and medicated the next-week this system frankly as well as sibly be in. We have planned on unclear what his status will be in 'the
fourth quarter of Sunday's 24- against Washington and did Romo does.. And has practiced this very event." matchup Sunday against Philadelphia.

Jaguars TE Lewis making Case to ir eturn in 2014.

The Associated Press he missed six games with his abilities. He's stepping million to $6.7 million next a torn calf muscle and out of the normal box he season, which would make. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. a little to do with the loss felt he was in 'and that's re- him the.. team'fs second-:
-Jacksonville jaguars of receivers Cecil Shorts III ally cool to see with him. highest paid player.
tight end Marcedes Lewis (groin) and Justin Black- He's playing with a lot of "It's inevitable not to think
* is making -a strong case to mon (suspension). confidence right now." about the future," Lewis said
stick around in 2014. Now that Lewis is fully No one seems overly con- Mondlay. "But at the same
Lewis has 13 receptions healthy, the jaguars are fident about Lewis' future time, I'm focused on what
for 172 yards and four drawing up plays to get with the franchise, though. I -can do right not to secure touchdowns over the last him more involved. Jack- A first-round draft pick in my future. That's what you four weeks. Eleven of those sonville plays at Indianap- 2006, Lewis signed a five- have to do every year, becatches resulted in first ohis on Sunday. year, $34 million contract cause at the end of the day,
downs. He also tied a fran- "I think we're finding in 2011. The deal came af- nobody cares about what
chise recor 'd Sunday with a out more his hands and ter Lewis caught 58 passes you did the year before.
TD catch in his fourth con- his ability to make plays," for 700 yards and 10 tQuch- "I can't control the extersecutive game, emerging coach Gus Bradley said downs, and made the Pro nal factors. I just try to do ,
as the team's top scoring Monday, a day after a 20- Bowl in 2010. the best I can, and if it's -THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
threat. 16 loss to Tennessee. But The coaching staff would good enough, I'll live the' Marcerdes Lewis (89) tied a franchise record Sunday with .his
His recent success has a I think he's in a zone where like to have Lewis back, but results because I know my fourth consecutive game with a touchdown reception.

lot to do with his health -he feels real confident in his salary jumps from $4.2 best is pretty good."

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The Associated Press differently in these situa- the locker room in April "They came to play
tions, and there's no right in the first OTA and said last night, and we, helped
LAKE FOREST, Ill. The way to do it for coaches we'd be playing for the them out at the start of,
Chicago Bears let a chance because 'they all handle AFC North NFC North the game for sure," speto wrap up the NFC North them differently. This is on the last day of the cial teams coordinator Joe
slip away. No sense dwell- the way we've done it, season, .we would have DeCamillis said.
ing on it now. trying to maintain some taken it. Now we've got From there, it all just
Coach Marc Trestman practicality works in this that opportunity. piled up for the Bears.
would just as soon forget case." "We've got to have good They gave up 514 yards
about what happened at The Bears looked like amnesia." in all and an average of 8.2
Philadelphia orq' Sunday they were about to bow Against Philadelphia, the per play, and the 54 points
and focus on this week's out of the race follow- Bears got mauled from the allowed were one shy of
game against Green Bay. ing that demoralizing start. the franchise record set at
A win or a tie would put overtime loss at Minnesota A short punt,, by Adam Detroit on Nov. 27, 1997.
the Bears in the playoffs three weeks ago. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Podlesh after -they went LeSean McCoy and
for just the second time in But after dropping six of LeSean McCoy led the NFL's No. 1 rushing attack against three-and-out on the Bryce Brown each ran for seven years and take the nine, they jumped back to Chicago, scoring two of the Eagles' four rushing touchdowns. game's first possession more than 100 yards, not a sting off the 54-11 pound- the top of the division with led to a touchdown pass, shocker considering it was
ing they absorbed from' back-to-back wins over to Pittsburgh and the New finale at Soldier Field. from Nick Foles to Riley the No. 1 rushing offense the Eagles. Dallas and'Cleveland. York Giants eliminating "We've got a tremendous Cooper. going against the league's
"I've got to be the voice On Sunday, everything Detroit from contention opportunity on Sunday," Devin Hester then fum- worst run defense. Even of reason," Trestman said fell in line for them un- before kickoff, Chicago Trestman said. "As I said bled the kickoff, and the* so, this was a big setback on Monday. "I've got to til they actually lined up had a chance to lock up to the players' during the Eagles took advantage, for Chicago, particularly see the big picture. Every on the field. the division. Instead, it week and I said yesterday' with LeSean McCoy run- with Lance Briggs back, in
coach handles themselves With Green Bay losing comes down to this week's if we walked into here in, ning it in from the 1. the lineup.

Payton narrowing Saints' focus Pryorback in as

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Wednesday put together R i e s s a t n
METAIRIE, La. With a good plan and a good ,
the Saints still trying to set of practices and put.
lock up a playoff spot, our focus into playingouK
for this week deals with The coach also con- qe

focusing on what his team firmed that rookie Tercan control and tuning ron Armstead would get The Associated Press when we're not playing,
out all the uncertainties, his second-career start at but (Pryor has) done a
Payton even made 'the left tackle, despite being ALAMEDA, Calif. Ter- good job with that and
unusual move of quickly beaten on three sacks and relle Pryor will start at he's going to get another
ending speculation about committing two false start quarterback for the Oak- opportunity."
safety Kenny Vaccaro's penalties in a 17-13 loss at land Raiders on Sunday, Pryor was the leading
availability -for Sunday's Carolina on Sunday. replacing Matt McGloin rusher among quarterregular season finale "Certainly there are for the final regular-sea- backs in the NFL when he
against Tampa Bay, an- growing pains, but there TE ASSOCIATDPRESS son game against the Den- suffered a knee sprain in
nouncing on Monday that are a lot of things that Sean Payton has the Saints focused on the regular season ver Broncos. early November. the rookie defensive back he did very well," Payton finale against Tampa Bay. Coach Dennis Allen However, he has thrown
has 'a fractured left ankle said of Armstead, who The Saints, who host the the No. 2 seed in the NFC made the announcement only five touchdowns with and is scheduled for sur- replaced Charles Brown Buccaneers at 4:25 p.m. meaning a coveted at the end of his news con- 11 interceptions and has a gery on Thesday. following the veteran's EST Sunday, know they'll first-round bye and sec- ference Monday, saying it passer rating of just 66.0.
"We're approaching this benching at St. Louis in be in the playoffs if they ond-round home game was "part of the plan" that When asked why he was like a playoff game," Pay- Week 15. "Going through win. What they don't know if they beat the Bucs apparently took shape making the move now, Alton said. the tape now twice, I was is how high their seeding and if Carolina also loses when Pryor recovered len emphasized that he
"The key for us is to extremely encouraged by will be. They could win at Atlanta in a 1 p.m. Sun- from an injury to his right was not benching McGloin handle the holiday week, the way he played." the division and snatch day game. knee in late November. and that it is simply anoth"It's been a while since er chance for the Raiders
we've gotten an oppor- (4-11) to take another look
unity to see Terrelle in a at Pryor.
N FL pameandIwanttogethim" Whether the decision
in the game and get anoth- was Allen's or whether it
er opportunity to evaluate came at the urging from
The Associated Press him," Allen said. owner Mark Davis remains
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The Associated Press the sprain. The Knicks next play
I am walking," Anthony Oklahoma City on ChristORLANDO, Fla. New said. mas Day..
York forward'Carmelo An- "I think I caught it before "Melo's a tough kid," thony will be evaluated it rolled all the way but it Woodson said. "He doesn't Tuesday after he left the rolled' pretty bad, So we sit out very often and we Knicks' 103-98 win over will evaluate everything just have to wait and. see. the Orlando Magic with a (Tuesday). how he feels tomorrow,
sprained left ankle. The good thing is I am see how he is an we'll go
Anthony led the Knicks able to walk with a little from there."
with 19 points before leav- bit of pain. We Will figure it The Knicks also lost point ing the game Monday out tomorrow. guard Raymond Felton late
night with 7:26 left in the The pain was just too in the fourth quarter -to third quarter. much. I was actually try- what -coach Mike Woodson
Without him, the Magic ing to walk it off to see if I was as a tweaked groin. rallied to cut what had could come back'into the Felton was just making his been a 25-point deficit to game. return to action after a sixjust a point. But the Knicks "There wasn't anyreason game absence because of were able to hang on down for me to go out there and strained left hamstring. the stretch to preserve the risk it anymore." He also will be evaluated
victory. Woodson also was try- Tuesday. The Knicks had
Anthony said in the lock- ing to remain positive for been struggling to find an
er room afterward that the latest in what has been offensive flow in the half THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
he is remaining optimis- a string of injuries to his court and that returned Carmelo Anthony left the game early Tuesday against Orlando. Athony had 19 points when he tic about the severity of players this season. against the Magic early. left, and the:Knicks pulled off a 103-98 win.

Nets disappointed by Lopez Wade enlisted kids' help

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N.J. Gefieral manager MIAMI Dwyane Wade
Billy King" said Sunday enlisted some help with.
that the-Brooklyn Nets are his proposal to Gabrielle
disappointed by the latest Union.
injury to Brook Lopez, but The three boys that the
aren't in panic mode. Miami Heat guard is raisLopez broke his right ing, his two sons and a
foot again, leaving the nephew, all were part of
Nets (9-17) without their the engagement surprise,
leading scorer. King said Wade said Sunday when
he will see if there are any he spoke out about the big
worthwhile trades, but is news for the first time.
confident in the players His youngest son Zion
he already has. held a sign with her name.
"When you get an injury His nephew Dahveon
like this, everybody calls Morris' sign said "Will
you. Every agent that has you."
a big guy onthe sideline And his oldest son
calls to offer their servic- Zaire's sign read "marry.
e8," King said. us?"
"But we had been in Bewildered, Union
discussions with a lot of turned to Wade and saw
teams up to this point. him on bended knee, then
There's not an imminent realized what was happen- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
move, we're not looking ing. An 8 h-carat cushion Dwyane Wade proposed to longtime girlfriend Gabrielle Union
to make any imminent cut diamond sealed the on Saturday.
move trade-wise. We've deal, and with that, Wade
got 14 other guys that can was an engaged man
step up, but we'll continue THE ASSOCIATED PRESS gin
to discuss possibilities Nets head coach Jason Kidd knows Brook Lopez being "I planned t,"e said. if it can make our team injured will hurt, but he can't afford to let it get to the team. concrete for my knee. better." I planned it very well."
Lopez fractured the fifth Wade told The Associ-.
metatarsal bone in his catch a break. It's always behind Boston in the ated Press that no date for $7 per pound
right foot, the same in- something every day, ev- weak Atlantic Division. the wedding has been set, 4 jury he sustained during ery other day somebody Paul Pierce, who learned but expects it to occur in a preseason game before goes down. One man of the news online, said September 2014. He also Oaks .t.
the 2011-12 season. He' comes back, somebody the Nets can go on a run said he's been working on. Thz 2sI- 1l14
played just five games that goes d6wn," said guard the way the Celtics did last finding the right ring since T8e5 21ks1
season, returned to make Joe Johnson, adding he season after learning they October, around the time Marianna F his first All-Star game last was "devastated." had lost Rajon Rondo for that the Heat returned season, but then had to "It's been tough because the season to a torn ACL. from training camp in the undergo another surgery it's hard to gain any chem- "I mean, we just collec- Bahamas. to repair a screw that was istry with guys in and out, tively came together pret- He met with his jeweler bent after the team was but I just hate it for the ty much. Everybody pretty several times in the last eliminated ii the first big fella because I know much had written us off three months just to make round of the Eastern Con- he worked so hard to try not to make the playoffs, sure everything was right. ference playoffs. to come back 'and pre- which was kind laughable "I kind of know my lady,"
He had recently re- pare himself for this sea- at the time to me," Pierce Wade said. trned from a sprained son, and then coming off said. "I know she's simple,
left arkle and was averag- an All-Star season 'I know "But like I said, we got 'but at the same time, I ing 20.7 points for a team he wanted to get back to guys in here that's capable just wanted the rock to that was hoping to flrqally that." and I think the mentality kind of speak for itself and
begin turning around a The Nets, who host In- is not going to 'change in not do too much with the :,::
disappointing season. diana on Monday, entered here. We can't use that as diamonds. I think it's a
"It's almost like we can't Sunday just two games an excuse. .simple ring, but it's nice.
lipers arne find$25000 The proposal came Sate urday afternoon inside the
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in the No. 23 Bulldogs'
Gatbr Bowl game against
He also is suspended for
Georgia's opening game against Clemson. Florida State
Harvey-Clemons and quarterback
backup cornerback Jameis Winston
Sheldon Dawson were (5) smiles before
suspended by coach Mark the start of the
Richt on Monday for Nov.2 game
the Jan. 1 bowl game for against Miami,
in Tallahassee,
undisclosed violations of Fla. The Heisman
team rules. The suspen- Trophy winner
sions were announced in a can add another
can add another
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Marvey-Clemons has 66 his list of
tackles with an intercep- achievements
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PHOENIX -,- Quarterback Devin Gardner is still The Associated Press Florida State campus. "Jimbo Fisher deserves the learn something about yourself.
slowed by a turf-toe injury, WhenWinstonwontheHeisman credit for giving the young man I think it's very good for athletes
Michigan coach Brady TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -The he thanked the usual cast of fam- the opportunity to display his tal- to do. I wish more athletes were
Hoke said. Winter of Winston continues for ily, coaches and teammates. Then ents in another sport," Martin Sr. multi-sport guys than they are
Hoke said if the Buffato Florida State's redshirt freshman there was the thanks to "Eleven" said. now."
Wild Wings Bowl was on quarterback. and "Meat." Most of the country Fisher covets players that come Just like the Heisman voting,
Monday, freshman Shane Jameis Winston is The Associ- ignored the peculiar names, but from- diverse backgrounds where Winston was a landslide winner Morris would take snaps ated Press national player of the Winston wouldn't have, attended football wasn't their only sport.: inAP player of the year voting. He against Kansas State.. year, adding to his cadre of post- Florida State without the warm He actively looks for athletes that received 49 out of 56v wotes cast The coach says Gardner, season accolades. He's this year's relationship between :football play numerous positions on the by AP Top 25 college football poll who is wearing a protec- Heisman Trophy winner, the Wal- coach Jimbo Fisher'and the Flor- !football' field and play different voters. tive boot, would have to ter Camp national player of the ida State baseball coaching staff. sports. Northern Illinois quarterback
practice by today to play year, the Davey O'Brien quarter- "Eleven" otherwise known as "It makes you a different. kind Jordan Lynch received three in Saturday night's game. back of the year and the Atlantic baseball coach Martin Sr., who of competitor," Fisher said. "You votes. Alabama quarterback AJ Hoke said Gardner had a Coast Conference player of the 'has led the program for 34 years, learn to learn the different situa- McCarron got two votes. Boston setback and met with doc- year. and "Meat" Martin Jr. tions. Handle different pressures. College running back Andre Wiltors last Friday Seminole football' fans should Martin Jr. was on a recriAting Handle noise. Handle quiet. Dif- liams and Michigan State cornerMorris was 5-of-9 for 65 send a thank you note to Florida trip to watch Winston during his ferent games are played in dif- back Darqueze Dennard each reyards with one intercep- State's baseball program. junior year of high school when ferent ways and in different en- ceived one vote. tionin two games this If not for coach Mike Martin Sr. he called to let Fisher know. Fish- vironments. ... You're constantly .Winston is the first FlOrida State
season. and one of his assistants, Mike er actually had tape of Winston competing and you don't get ii player to win the award, which
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Sports hoief5 hou up behind 5A Rutherford heading into the break.
High School Boys Basketball 4:30 p.m.; Marianna vs. Godby, 6 p.m.; S o otout and 3A Georgia club East "Obviously, we played
Graceville vs. Holmes County, 7:30 p.m. Hall. a really tough schedule
Gracvile vs Homes ouny, :30 ~m. FromP~g 1B"I think both of' those going into the break."'he Friday- Sneads vs. South Walton Saturday's schedule: East Hall vs. From Pige B I think both of those going into the break" he
at Graceville High School, 1:30 p.m.; Marianna, 1:30 p.m.; Holmes County vs. The Pirates will open games have outstand- said. Graceville vs. Rutherford at Gracev- SouthWalton, 3 p.m.; Sneads vs. Boze- with a South Walton team ing teams and will be "We played Malone ille High School, 4 p.m.; Marianna vs. man, 4:30 p.m.; Baker vs. Graceville, 6 that comes in at 6-6 but outstanding games," An- good for two-and-a-half
Godby at Graceville High School, 6 p.m. p.m.;Godbyvs. Rutherford,7:30p.m. has beaten 7A Niceville derson said. "'Marianna- to three quarters and Holmes County at Graceville, 7:30 p.m.; and won at Port St. Joe Godby could be a playoff missed a lot of free throws
Malone vs. Northview (Ala.) in Dothan, while also taking a pair preview of two teams thatcould've at least made
6,p.m. Chipola Men's Basketball of close losses to quality that could go to Lakeland it a close game. Against
Saturday- Marianna vs. East Hall (Ga) teams in Walton and West in their class. They're all Chipley, we were down
at Graceville High School, 1:30 p.m.; The Indians return'to action Sunday Gadsden. high-level teams and 12 at the half and we were
Sneads vs. Bozeman at Graceville High and Monday when they head to Panama On Saturday, Sneads will shudbe high-level com- pre tty much in it until School, 4:30 p.m.; Baker at Graceville, 6 City for the Gulf Coast Classic with On Saturday, Sneads will should be high-level com- pretty much in it until
S oogames against Central Georgia Tech and 'take on a Bozeman Bucks petition."e middle of the third
p.m.; Port St. Joe at Cottondale, 5 p.m. i team that has built on last The Bulldogs will take quarter or early
and 6:30 p.m. USC-Salkehatchie. season's 19-win campaign on East Hall on Saturday, fourth and they just
under coach Mike Mem- while Godby and Ruther- overpowered us in the. High School Girls Basketball Chipola Women's Basketball men by winning eight ford face off in the final end. But we. came back
g. 0 ,of its first 12 to start this game Saturday night in and played a solid BlountSaturday- Port St. Joe at Cottondale, The Ladyidians travel to Daytona year, including four of the what could be the game of stown team and got a sol3:30 p.m. to play the Daytona State Holiday last five. the weekend. id win.
Classic this weekend with games against The Marianna Bulldogs For Graceville, the games "But I actually felt good Broward on Sunday and Daytona State come into the weekend against Holmes' Coubty about the way weplayed, Graceville Christmas Classic on Monday. red hot following three and Baker don't present even in the losses. I'm not
Graceville High ISchool Iis hosting a Ie'wins in three days over the same kind of threat as 'much for moral victories, boys basketball Christmas classic Friday Sports Items o rFort Walton Beach, Flori- early non-district match- but I've always told the
d Sbaktura cSend all sports items to editorial@ da High, and Chiles to fin- ups with Rutherford, Mar- kids it's about how well we
and Saturday., or fax them to 850-482- ish out last week and run ianna, Chipley, and Malo- do the things we actually
Friday's schedule: South Walton vs. 4478. The mailing address for the paper their record to 12-0. ne did, with Baker coming do instead ofhowthe final Sneads, 1:30 p.m.; Bozeman vs. Baker, is Jackson CuntyFloridan PO. Box 520 But the Bulldogs will get in at 3-7 and the defend- score ends up, and if we
p.m.; Rutherford vs. East.Hall (Ga.), Marianna, FL 32447. g....;ae mio m
.aMarianna, FL 32447. a pair of stiff tests at GHS ing 1A state champion improve and I feel we did
starting with a 4A show- Blue Devils struggling af- that through thebreak. College otiah down against the Godby ter the loss of McDonald's "We were a much betCougars (6-1), who have All American ChrisWalker ter team Dec. 17 (the last Be won five straight since to graduation. game, against Blountse S tate qu a terb ac suffering their only loss of But the Tigers have al- stown) than we ware when
Bthe season to Lincoln on readyfacedtheirfair share the season started. HopeDec. 5. of tough, tests this year, fully if that continues,
SAIt's a matchup of 4A and so far, Anderson said then we'll have a decent eaks out on SUSpension powers that follows an- he has been happy with 'chance in the playoffs to
other prime time match- the trajectory of his team do OK."

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T* 1 I Warf is ranked 13th at vis posting a 10-10 record
BOISE, Idaho Boise iim berwolf 138 pounds, while senior in his first season on the
State University quarter- 182-pounder Roulhac is wrestling team.
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from the Hawaii Bowl, ar- Despite the team Senior 220-pounder pounds..
guing he was falsely ac- losses, Thoreson said he Greg Screen is 19-'6 and Freshman 126-pouqder
cused 'of urinating from a has been very happy with comes in ranked 14th in Max Martinez won two
hotel balcony the progress of his indi- the state. matches at Chiles.
Southwick, a senior who vidual wrestlers. 'Trevon Jdhnson is 16-9 The next meet for
was sent home Friday by Particularly Combs on the year and ranked Marianna is Jan. 4 in
interim head coach Bob leading the way by 14th in the 170-pound there Andrews Institute
Gregory shortly after the ranking fifth in the state in division, with senior Invitational at Gulf
team arrived in Hawaii, 'PRESS Class 1Ain the 152-pound heavyweight Richard Da- Breeze.
took a polygraph test after Boise State quarterback Joe Southwick said he was unfairly division with a record arriving in Boise in his bid dismissed from the Hawaii Bowl, and he was falsely accused. of 18-7. to prove his innocence, his flight.
KTVB reported Sunday The ingideht -- and
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G & S Diamonds, Guns, And Tools F.R RD. U
West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440.
(14) Town Homes for Sale RN Proglam Textbooks Six books have.Fnever
AIRCRAFT MECHANICS bokofcrlboshv~ee
I block off circle, been used and those that were factory shrink PEANUTS.
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H IN DOTHAN, AL O (3rd Ed. ; 2. Comp. Review for NCLEX Exam (5th 850-352-4423
IETWEN 12 A9 with good down payment Ed.) ; 3. Mosby's Nursing Drug Guide (10th Ed.)
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A Custom eBook Library for all the above.
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Janitorial Business for sale for RN prog. @ Chipola. Also have 1st bundle Jisome never used all in excellent cond. (pd. Equipment, training and60K $734) other items required for program.
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$75 For a Full Sized Pickup load. Beanies, lots of bears.Excellent Condition HOME GROWN, FRESH $12 for 5 Gallon bucket of kindling wood. w/tags starting $3.00/each or the BO for all H .r. w T Storewide Sale Starting at s# 334-393-9923 4m of them 603-867-8219 $10. pe , &
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REL STAT FOR~ RENT RE R A ~ 4Lincoln 2007 MKZ
Leather, all power, sun
Huge 6BR/4BA Home for rent in Marianna, Jaco 2008 Jay Flight G2 series travel trailer roof, dial-in door, cooled LF160344
GREAT HOME FOR MULTI FAMILIES :2 kitch- 22 ft. Bunk House, lots of storage,TV with and heated seats, navigation, new tires, new ens, 2 dining, 3 living, plenty of storage, surround sound & DVD, microwave, gas or battery. Only 70000 miles. Is in immaculate IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH barn,huge fenced pool.Will consider separat- elec. electric awning/lift, sleeps 6' condition. $4500. Call 334-693-2603 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR JACKSON
ing into individual apartments. No Contract. excellent condition. $9500. Call anytime Mercury 2003 Grand Marquis G/S 60K miles, COUNTY, FLORIDA CHRISTMAS SPECIAL $100 OFF DEPOSIT 850-638-9363 or 850-326-0124 loaded, light blue in color, exc cond. like new
X 1/4 Mile From Wal-Mart 0 810-544-0440 It Michelin tires. $6250. OBO 334-618-7682 REGIONS BANK D/B/A REGIONS
T -- Call before 9pm MORTGAGE
HOUSES UNFR. I Nissan 2009 Altima. Good family car, great gas Plaintiff,
Cargo Trailer enclosed h2ft long, less than. mileage, fully loaded, pwr windows, cruise, AT,
1 & 2BR Apartments in Marianna 4000 miles, rear and side doors. Bought in AM-FM, CD. $250 down, $250 per month. Call v.
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes Rent to Own September $2300. OBO 217-424-1033. Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243.
Lot rent included. For details Utility Trailer 6' x10' x 4' mesh sided trailer Nissan Altima 2013, low miles, MustSell!! $200 CLARICE H. ZIEGLER; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
4 850-557-3432 or 850-814-6515 4m with tandem axles and brakes $1250. down, $279 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714- CLARICE H. ZIEGLER; UNKNOWN TENANT 1; UN334-699-2570 KNOWN TENANT 2; AND ALL UNKNOWN PAR2 & 3 BR Mobile Homes 0028. TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
in M Ain PaORTeas...IO Pontiac 1999 Bonneville: cold AC, warm heat, AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT(S),
r ..... ...... 850) 20-8595 dependable, nice car, 15ik miles, $2,995. WHO (IS/ARE),NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
m 850- 526-3355 or Jeep 2000 Wrangler Sport .Red. four wheel 114,000 miles. New AC. Almost new tires. No SPOUSES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; ......rt wrecks Body in good condition, only a couple DefUendns. ROHRCAMNS
"Property Management Is Our ONLY Business" drive with air conditioning, roll cage, aluminum Defendants.
Covnine wheels, hard top and soft top. Frame for soft of dings. $3,200 obo. 334-790-0379 Convenience! W. Dothan top is installed. 140,000 miles but vehicle is in ]- NOTICE OF SALE
Just of Main/Westgate! great shape for age and miles. $5,200.
3/2, 1600 SF, large fenced 334-494-2430. 1981 BMW Motorcycle R100RS 1000cc Red Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the
yard. $900. 334-596-0461. Smoke. Perfect condition, Many extras. $4,995. Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure enLease/Option To Buy 3/2 hardwood floors, A F Call 334-470-1972 or 470-1971' tered on December 04, 2013, in this cause,in

CH&A 2940 Dogwood St. close to Riverside Chrysler 2004 PT Cruiser 2008 High Booster 1300 GSX Motorcycle Navy the clerk shall sell the property situated in
school. $875. mo. 4 850-718-6541 GT Turbo, leather, sun- Blue w/pipes baffled outand jet pipes. Nice, Jackson County, Florida, described as:
roof, loaded, clean, Only 7745 Miles. $7000. 850-573-4630. hOE]l 1HOME O. RENT $5595. 334-790-7959. METRIC BIG TWIN 2004 Suzuki Volusia 830 cc LOT 6, BLOCK "A" OF PINEVIEW SUBDIVISION,
15k miles, garage kept, Ghromed out, over 4k in AN UNRECORDED PLAT IN
* Z& 3 bedroom mobile Homes In Cottondale. accessories, kick shifter, floorboards Vance JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA:
$500 and up. H20, garbage, sewer included. Corvette 2001 silver with black interior, new and Hines pipes, windshield, driving lights, tires, Z06 brakes, low miles, many extras, crash bar, bags, factory sissy bar, see to app re- COMMENCE AT AN EXISTING CONCRETE
S850-209-8847 = great condition. $12,500. OBO 334-585-5396. ciate, a steal at 3.5 k obo. 334-794-8709 MONUMENT MARKING THE SOUTHEAST COR__________________________NER OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE NORTH23BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. GOT BAD CREDIT? -POR UTLT WEST 1/4 OF SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
NO PETS CH&A $325- $5OO/Month $0 Down/1st Payment, RANGE 10 WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA;
Please call 850-258-1594 or Tax, Tag & Title Pass Ford 1987 Bronco 4x4 THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 43 MINUTES 00
P e850-638-8570 Leave Message Repo pass bankruptcy RUNS GREAT!! Good tires. SECONDS WEST ALONG THE SOUTHERLY LINE
Ask About $1000. off at time of purchase. window motor, fuel gauge. AN EXISTING IRON PIPE AND CALL THIS THE
3/2 located i, Sneads $375. mo. -1 Call Steve Pope .334-803-9550 Brakes recently overhauled. Less than 10k POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE CONTINUE
I ~ 4 8W730 40 Grn-aqe20 ete et -we miles on major tune-up (including distributor, SOUTH 89 DEGREES 43 MINUTES 00 SECONDS
Grand Marque 2008 leather seat, 1-owner plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as WEST ALONG THE SOUTHERLY LINE OF SAID
Small Quiet Family Oriented Park 1, 2 & 3BR low mileage, black w/ gray int. new tires; my hunting camp truck the last 7 years. Asking FORTY A DISTANCE OF 136.40 FEET TO AN EXMl's forRent includes water, garbage, Garage kept looks like new 334-797-5151 $3,900. 334-750-5000 ISTING IRON PIPE; THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES
lawn care, No Pets 850-592-1639 Honda 2009 Accord, 4 door, Super Sharp! Like 300.40 FEET TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT SET
new, $200 down, $249 per month. Call Ron Ellis ON THE TH RT OUWAY OF
334-71-0028.ON THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF 334-714-0028. Ford 1973 F-100 Explorer, MCCALL STREET; THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES
Toyota 2011 Camry SE, Prices Are Out of Sight! *., pick-up, restored, like 43'MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST ALONG THE
Roof, wheels, pwr seat, pwr windows, AT, new condition, 5.0 V-8, SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF SAID STREET A
AM/FM/CD, Great gas mileage. $300 down, automatic, LWB, $4000. DISTANCE OF 136.40 FEET TO AN EXISTING
$300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791- 334-790-7959. IRON PIPE; THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 00 MI8243. F NUTES 00 SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF
Ford F-250 Super Duty crew cab 2001 4-wheel 300.40 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. drive, 5.4 gas engine, 128K miles, tool box
& chrome brush gaurd. $10,500 Super Clean THIS PARCEL IS LOCATED IN THE SOUTHEAST h e0 3nm g ? 3344791-1069. 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 17,

$t"e4 "4"24 7.g at public sale, to the highest and best bidder,
for cash, at the North door of the Jackson
AUTO BODY & RECYCLING County Courthouse, 4445 Lafayette Street, Ma. ". PAYING TOP DOLLAR FOR JUNK CARS
G TP D A F rianna, FL 32446, on January 30, 2014 beginning
Contact Jason Hatger at 334-791-2624 at 11:00 AM.

If you are a person claiming a funds reCALL FOR TOP PRICE maining after the sale, you must file a claim with the clerk no later than 60 days after the
FOR JUNK VEHICLES sale. If you fail to file a claim you will not be entitled to any remaining funds.
24 HOUR TOWING = 334.192.8664 Dated this 5th day of December, 2013.
Dale Rabon Guthrie
T Chad's Used & Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Salvage Cars LLC By: Tammy Bailey
PAYS TOP DOLLAR $$$ Deputy Clerk
for you Junk Vehicals DOUGLAS C. ZAHM, P.A.
Chad Gibson 334-684-8481 or 334-588-0047 ST. PETERSBURG, FL 33716 il I miiIiniin i i i i miii i Cluniker i miIi ii i EILING@DCZAHM.COM

and Farm Equip. at a PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE fair and honest price. CONTACT JANE CHAFIN, COURT MANAGER, $250& Compete Cars P.O. BOX 510, MARIANNA, FL 32447, 850-482A ALL 334-714-6285 j 9552, WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS OF YOUR REmmmlmmmmmmllmmnmm~mmimmii CEIPT OF THIS SUMMONS. IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL TDD 1-800-955W1EWI1LL BUY OUhRECAR 8771 OR 1-800-955-8770 (V) VIA FLORIDA RELAY

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To Yours Christmas,

It has come to my attention that many of you are Upset that folks are taking My name out of the
How I personally feel about this celebration can probably be most easily understood by those of
you who have been blessed with children of your own. I don't care whatyou call the day Ifyou
want to celebrate My birth, just GET ALONG AND LOVE ONE ANOTHER.
Now, having said that let Me go on. If it bothers you that the town in which you live doesn't allow
a scene depicting My birth, then just get rid of a couple of Santas and snowmen and put in a small Nativity scene on your own front lawn. If all My followers did that there Wouldn't be any ,.need for such a scene on the town square because there would be many of them all around
Stop worrying about the fact that people are calling the tree a holiday tree, instead of a Christmas
tree. It was I who made all trees. You can remember Me anytime you see any tree. Decorate a
grape vine if you wish: I actually spoke of that one in a teaching, explaining who I am in relation
to you and what each of our tasks were. If you have forgotten that one, look up John 15:1 8.
If you want to give Me a present in remembrance of My birth here is, my wish list. Choose
something from it: -f
1. Instead of writing protest letters objecting to the way My birthday is being
celebrated, write letters of love and hope to soldiers away from home. They are terribly
afraid and lonely this time of year. I know, they tell Me all the time.
2. Visit someone in a nursing home. You don't have to know them personally. They
just need to know that someone cares about them.
3. Instead of writing the President complaining about the wording on the cards his
staff sent out this year, why don't you Write and tell him'that you'll be praying for him
and his family this year. Then follow, up..,. It will be nice hearing from you -again.
4. Instead of giving your children a lot of gifts you can't afford and they don't
need,spend time with them. Tell them the story Of My birth, and why I came to live with
you down here. Hold them in your arms and remind them that I love them.
5 Pick someone that has hurt you in the past and forgive him or her.
6. Did you know that someone, in your town will attempt to take their own life
this season because they feel so alone and hopeless? Since you don't know who that
person is, try giving everyone you meet a warm smile; it could make the difference.
7. Instead of nit pickingabout what the retailer in your town calls the holiday,
be patient with the people who work there. Give them a warm smile and a kind word.
Even if they aren't allowed to wish you a "Merry Christmas"that doesn't keep ou from
wishina them one. Then stop shopping there on Sqnday. If the store didn't make so
much money on that day they'd close and let their employees spend the day at home
with their families
8. If you really Want to make a difference, support a missionary--especially one
who takes My love and Good News to those who have never heard My name.
S 9. Here's a good one. There are individuals and whole families in your town who
not only will have no "Christmas" tree, but neither will they have any preSents to give
or receive. If you don't know them, buy some food and a few gits andg ive them to the
Salvation Army or some other charity which believes in Me andthey wi I make
the delivery for you.
10. Finally, if you want to make a statement about your belief in and loyalty, to
Me, then behave like a Christian. Don't do things in secret that you wouldn't do in My
presence. Let people know by your actions that you are one of mine.

Don't forget; I am God and can take care of Myself. Just love Me and do what I have told you to
do. I'll take care of all the rest. Check out the lit above and get to work; time i's short. I'll help you, but the ball is now in your court. And do have a most blessed Christmas with all those whom you
love and remember.
,. ::: " "JESUS


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