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Vol 90 No. 269

Fire damages home of e derly couple Complaint
BYDEBORAHBUCKHALTER detectors installed, and said the outcome & Rm St oftehe
d a i the fire was a lesson for all. Even though
A Christmas Eve fire destroyed the home the house apparently have to be razed,
of an elderly couple on Gemstone Road. the det wictors may have saved thelives of the er er
have~~~~~~~~~ moednetecaiywihMs.Rbtor all havfie n ve quickly e ough e
Lester Robinson, 75, and Ella Robinson, 69, couple. Because of the detectors they were
have moved in temporarily with Mrs. Rob- able to call the fire in quickly enough to get
inson's daughter, Gall McClain, but hope to fire teams on the scene in time to contain the e ew
be back on their own when possible. They've fire to the area near it's origins in a wall bereceived temporary assistance and referrals tween the living room and front foyer. It was From staff Report
from the American Red Cross in the way of housed in time to save some of the family's
clothing, food and resources to help them osfprized possessions. Jackson Couhty government
replace basic household items. Ella Robinson made sure that her supply officials have confirmed that an
McClain, her children, sister, and other, f baby pictures and other family treasures internal investigafamily and friends are helping the Robin- yere among the first things her children re- tion is underway
sons regroup in the wake of the fire. McClain 1ieved from the fire-damaged home. Those into a complaint
said her sister is flying in from her home in \ere in another part of the house. If not for filed against JackWashington, D.C., on Monday to help set up tie detectors, Brumer said, the fire may son County Cora website where donations can be made to ve been able to reach that section and de- rectional Facilhelp the Robinsons. They did not have in- SUBMTEDsPHOto s oy those and other family artifacts. ity Administrator
surance on the woodframe house, which Tois home on Gemstone Road in Bascom was runnier said the probable cause of the pford Wayne Lipford. sustained too much damage to be inhabited damaged in aChristmas Eve fire, but officials fie was related to' electrical wiring that fed LipfordHe is currently on again. It must be torn down to make way for say smoke detectors helped contain it and outlet in the living room. Because the vacation and will be out of the another dwelling. The grandchildren and might have saved the lives of its owners, Lester fie was discovered early on, the team only office at least until that schedchildren have been busy on the site since and EllaRobinson. hd to use abt100 gallons of water to put filed time off ends Jan. 6.
the fire, salvaging what they could of the alerted to the fire quickly, and called 911 it ut. County Administrator Ted
contents. for help around 10:22 a.m. that day. Capt.. The smoke c tectors in the home had Lakey said standard procedure
Because the Robinsons had properly func- Charlie Brunner of Jackson County Fire Res- would be to place Lipford on
tioning smoke detectors in place, they were cue praised the Robinsons for having the See FIRE, Page 9A paid administrative leave while
the investigation continues if it
is has not concluded by the time
his vacation time expires.
T, ounty Human Resources Director Lenetta Loman-Greene is

TOC, countyworkshop setHuaReors
in charge of the investigation,
Lakey said. Neither would disclose the' nature of the complaint, but did acknowledge that
one had been received on Dec.
A Loman-Greene said the adTinstations investigation into
t alleg% is in its earliest
statesand ft ,
stas and to date, there is
no i tormation tin tha t
law enforcement
formed of the matte s to beiJackson County Tourist Development Director Pam Fuqua it...
(in green shirt) accompanied a D ri
group of guest writers into the O
touring cave at Florida Caverns
State Park and to various other w om an l cK s\
hot spots for tourism in Jackson

Jan 28 meeting cop in chest
will discuss ways From staff report
to increase tourism One Jackson County law enforcement officer got a kick out
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER of a late-night call to assist a pedesThe- Tourist Development trian Thursday,
Council and Jackson County but not the good,
commissioners will meet in kind
a workshop'session Jan. 28 to Just before 10:30
discuss several ideas they hope p. on Thursday,
will achieve a shared goal-in- Capps an officer with the
creased tourism. The meeting Jackson County
is set for 5 p.m. Sheriff's Office responded to the
Tourist Development Direc- intersection of Highway 69 and
tor Pam Fuqua will also bring Florida Street in Grand Ridge, in
commissioners up to speed on reference to a pedestrian in need
some developments already in of assistance.
the works. SJBMTED POTOS On arrival, the officer made
A group of independent writer, travelnd leisure reporters and bloggers recently visited various locations in contact with Vickie L. Capps, See WORKSHOP, Page 9A Jackson on a familiarization tour organized by the Jackson County Tourist Development Council. 37, of Blountstown. In the complaint filed with the court, the
officer said Capps appeared to

Man arrested

after family

om Perry of the U.S. Marine disturbance

Corps Reserve (center) directs Fromstaff
uniformed Marines arid civilian
A Christmas night shouting
volunteers in getting ready to deliver match turned violent and led to
toys to 300 Jackson County families just the arrest of a Sneads man. before Christmas Day. The gifts were Ac cringt OtheJackson Cdouncollected in the reserve's Toys for Tots day, officers from JCSO and the campaign this year. Sneads Police .Department responded to a report of an armed
person causing a disturbance on
Morgan Loop in Sneads.
See CHASE, Page 9A

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SUNDAYDEC. I St Anne Thrift Store- Will be closed for the U.S. 90 W., Marianna. Business meetings are fourth
FI Alcoholics Anonymous Clyed Discussion holidays. Mondays; other Mondays are for projects', lessons
Publisher Valeria Roberts 6:30 p.m. in AA room of Fjit United Methodist )) VFW & Ladies Auxiliary Meeting 6 p.m. at and help; All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638. Church, 2901 Caledonia S trl Marianna. Attendan;e 2830 Wynn St., Marianna. Covered-dish supper fol- )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9
limited to people with a dire to stop drinking. lowed by a 7 p.m. business meeting. Call 372-2500. p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist Circulation Manager Dena Oberski )) Alcoholics AnonyidUS Meeting 8 p.m. in ) Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion, Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. the board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, 8-9 p.m., First United Methodist Church,2901
T 5429 College Drive, in Graceville. Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance TUESDAY, JAN. 7
CONTACT us limited topeople with a desire to stop drinking; ) Late registration 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipola
Telephone: 850-526-3614 "MONDAY, DEC. 30 papers will not be signed. College Spring classes begin for Terms A &B. For
FAX: 850-482-4478 Regitation deadline for Forest Certification F information, call 718-2211 or visit
E-mail: at I%/IFAS Jackson County Extension Office, F J Optimist Club of Jackson County Meeting
Street Address: Maranna. Workshop will be held Jan. 9. Cost $15 ) Chipola returning students 8 a.m. to 3p.m. Noon at Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329 Lafayette St.,
4403 Constitution L;.ne which includes materials, lunch and breaks. SAF Chipola College registration for Spring Terms A & B. Marianna
Continuing Forestry Education credits approved for For information, call 718-2211 or visit www.chipola. )) Sewing Circle -1 p.m. at Jackson County Senior Marianna. this workshop: 3.5 hours Category lCF. To register: edu. Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call
Office HOU or a Hooks and Needles 10 a.m. at the Jackson 482-5028.
Weekdays, 8a111. to 5 p.m. call (352) 219-8717. County Public Library, Marianna Branch. New and a Employability Workshop -.2:30 p.m. Marianna
OR P )) Parkinson's Support Group Meeting Noon experienced hand crafters welcome to create, share, One Stop.Career Center. "Top'10 Job Search Tips" is
MI$0 UR PAPER? in the ground-floor classroom of Jackson Hospital. learn orteach favorite projects. Call 482-9631. the workshop. It is free and open to the public. The
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i between 6 a.m. and noon, Tuesday to i aJackson County Quilters Guild Meeting age in Jackson County. All students and their par- Marianna City Commission Meeting 6
riday, and 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday. The 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church, 3975 ents are welcome. Players of all skill levels including
Jackson.County Floridan (USPS 271-840) U.S. 90 W., Marianna. Business meetings are fourth beginners arewelcome. Call 693-0473.i City Hall, 2898 Green St., Marianna. Public
is pulishd Tusday hrouh Frday ad Modays othe Monays re fo prowelcome.sns Callm. 718-1001.01
is published Tuesday through Friday and Mondays; other Mondays are for projects, lessons )) Celebrate Recovery 7 p.m. at Evangel Worship Writing Center Meeting-6 p.m. at the Jackson Sunday mornings. Periodical postage paid and help. All quilters welcome. Call 209-7638. Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. Adult at Marann, FL. a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 and teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and County Public Library, 2929 Green St., Marianna.
p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist hang-ups." Dinner: 6 p.m. Child care available. Call Local Author and Historian, Dale Cox, will address
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. 209-7856,573-1131. the group. Call 482-9631.
a Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 8-9 a Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9
Home delivery: $11.23 per month; $32.83 TUESDAY, DEC. 31 p~m. in the AA room of First United Methodist p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
Months; $62.05 for six months:. t Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Mariann. Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Closed disfor three m Jackson County Public Library Will be closing Ccussion with 12 & 12 study. Everyone with a desire to
and $ year.All prices include at 6 p.m. stop drinking is welcome.
applicable state and local taxes. Mail )) Pinochle Club Meeting 9:30-11:30 a.m. As- SATURDAY, JAN. 4 )) St. Anne Thrift Store 9 a.m. to I p.m. St.
subscriptions must be paid in advance. Mail cension Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 3975U.S. )) Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting 4:30- Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna* subscriptions are: $46.12 for three months: 90, Marianna. Everyone invited. Call 482-6132. 5:30 p.m.. in the AA room of First United Methodist Call 482-3734. $92.24for six months; and $184.47 for one ) Sewing Circle I p.m. at .JacksonCounty Senior Church, 2901.Caledonia St. irMarianna. year. Citizens, 2931 Optimist Drive in Marianna. Call ,, WEDNESDAY, JAN.8
482-5028. SUNDAY, JAN..,5
4 JAARP tax aide training session 9 a.m. to 1
ADVERTISING Alcoholics Anonymous Closed Meeting 8-9 a Jewels of Light Tour 2:30 p.m. St. Luke's- p.m. Jackson County Agricultural Building, Penn
p.m. in the AA room of First United Mqthodist Episcopal Church, 4362 Lafayette St. Marianna.; Ave., Marianna in the conference room. Learn The adveriser agrees that the publisher Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianna. Free and open to public. Call 209-4066. hands-on training for electronic preparation and
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the amount paid for the space actually .-Church, 2901 Caledonia St. in Marianne ,At- )).Alcoholics Anonymous Open Meeting- Noon
occupiedJ by that portion of the advertise- WEDNESDAY, JAN, 1 .tendance limited to people with a desireto stop to 1 p.m. in the AA room of First United Methodist
ments in which theerror occurred, whether )) First Day Hikes 10 am. and -2 p.m. Florida drinking. .. Church, 901 Caledonia St. in Marianna.
such error is due to the negligence of the Caverns State Park in Marianna. Billy Bailey will lead )) Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting -8 p.m. in the publisher's employees or otherwise, and two nature walks along the bluff trail in the park board room of Campbellton-Graceville Hospital, THURSDAY, JAN. 9 thr hl ent fr'beginning at the tour departure point at the visitor 5429 College Drive, in Graceville. )) Forest Certification 9a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
thr hl entliability frnon-inser- center. The walks will last about an hour. Bill will .' UF/IFAS Jackson County Extension Office, Manltion of any advertisement beyond the discuss tree identification, Karst topography, park ,MONDAY, JAN. 6 anna. Cost $15 Which includes materials, lunch and
amount paid for such advertisement. This history and park wildlife. )) Chipola new and returning student 8 a.m. breaks. SAF Continuing Forest Education credits
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legally protected personal characteristics is a Employability Workshop- 2'30 p~m. Marianna Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus
npt acceptable. THURSDAY, JAN. 2 One Stop Career Center.,"Coping with Unemploy- is the local community, "Community, Children &
)) Chipola new student testing- Chipola College. ment" is the workshop. It is free and open to the Character.:' Call 526-3142. HO T ETOR For information call 718-2211 .or visit www.chipola, public. The workshop is facilitated by a Certified )) St. Anne Thrift Store 9a.m. to lp.nm. st.
OW O ETO edu. Motivational Career Coach. Visit employfloidacom Anne's Catholic Church, 3009 5th St., Marianna.
NEWS PUBLISHED .. Chipola Civic Club Meeting Noon at The Oaks to register for these informative workshops. Call 482-3734.
The Jackson County Floridan will publish Restaurant, U.S. 90 in Marianna. The CCC's focus a) Spring musiCal theatre auditions -5 p~m. at )) Employabflity Workshop- 2,30 p.m. Marianria news of general interest free of charge. is the local community, "Community, Children & Chipola Center for the Arts for VoihTrapp children One Stop Career Center. "Making Positive First Character." Call 526-3142 and 6:30 for adults and others. Contact Charles Impressions" is theworkshop. It is free and open to
evsu vmail, fax, mil, or h nivey Cln a Marianna Kiwanis Club Meeting Noon at Sirmon at 718-2227 or the public. The workshop is facilitated by a Certified evetsviae-ail fxmai, r hnddelvey. Jim's Buffet & Grill, 4329'Lafayette St.; Marianna. a) Jackson County Quilters Guild Meeting -. Motivational Career Coach. Visit Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, Call 482-2290. .5:30-7:30 p~m. at Ascension Lutherah~ Church, 3975. to register for these informative workshops.
anniversary and birth announcements. The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson,County Floridan, O Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Forms are available at the Floridan offices, email editorial@icfloridan com, fax 850-482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
suitable for print. The Floridan reserves the o i e B u n u
right to edit all submissions. P lc o n u
TheJaks N ouT lRIdaspoic DEPARTMENT JACKSON COUNTY verbal disturbance, 24 medical COR TINLF IIY
Th ako Cut lrda' oiySHERIFF'S OFFICE calls, three burglar alarms, one CRETONLFCLT
iS to correct mistakes promptly. To The Marianna Police De- report of shooting in the ar ea, The following people were
report an error, please call 526-3614 partment listed the following : .. The Jack- seven traffic stops, two civil booked into the county jail durMonday-Friday. irincidents for Dec. 26, the latest son County disputes, three follow-up inves- ing the latest reporting periods:
available report: One suspicious '6 Sheriff's Office tigations, one animal corn- a) Quin Pearson, 22, 2087 Mor,vehicle, two physical distur- iiflM...." and county plaint, one fraud complaint, 14 gan Loop, Sneads, possession of
bances, one verbal, disturbance, fire/rescue property checks,: two assists of. a firearm by a convicted felon,
.} two larceny complaints, one reported the .motorists or pedestrians, two dealing in stolen property.
(\ criminal misChief complaint, following assists of other agencies, two a) Vicki Capps, 37, 15626 Highone obscene or threatening incidents for Dec. 26, thee latest child abuse complaints, three way 71 Southa, battery on a law
phone call, one follow-up available report: One accident public service calls, three crimi- enforcement office; disorderly
investigation, one juvenile with no injury, one dead person nal registrations, one routine intoxication.
complaint, one noise distur- (natural causes), two stolen transport, Baker Act transport,
) bance, one public service call, vehicles, three abandoned vehi- one open door or window; Jail Population: 196
.JF O IA C I1 two 911 hang-ups and seven cles, three reckless drivers, one and one threat/harassment To report a crime, call CrimeStoppers
___ F__O_______A___.______ home security checks. suspicious vehicle, one suspi- complaint. at 526-5000 or a local law enforcement

Take a moment to ask, 'Who am I?'

W enwewakeup media and some of our following various trends don't really like and makes
each morning wealthiest businesses and or trying to keep up with them feel uncomfortable;
and look in our corporations, the Joneses. It might be yet they take part in order
mirrors, many of us would they will find time to slow down, take a to fit in or be accepted.
never stop to ask the ques- themselves long look in the mirror and Some folks spend years
tion, "who am I?" traveling on make a decision on who "pretending," and when
In many areas of our a never end- we really are inside or who they.finally come to their
quick paced world, things ing highway; we truly want to be. God senses they feel "brand
are moving fast from the because gave each of us a mind, so new" and realize how
time we wake up until we Thomas there will we could control our per- much time in'their lives lay down to rest. Many Vincent always be a sonal situations; so why has been wasted. It's never people are so caught up in Murphlly newer,; better, do we continue to believe too late to make changes what the world considers product on that what others state is that will be complimenthe "right way" to dress, the horizon. Its one thing good for "all of us" to be tary and satisfactory to eat, act and live, that they to act, dress, look, drive so? Shouldn't we make up an individual. If there is haven't stopped to exam- a certain vehicle or buy a our own minds on what is an uncomfortable feeling ine themselves as individ- big house if we honestly best for us as individuals? about the lifestyle a person uals. If a person is among can afford to because Oneof the most miserable has been living, they the millions of people who we personally want to do feelings must be when a should definitely consider continuously try to keep so; but its another thing to person is acting, dress- adapting to a new way of up with the newest trends be a follower-like millions ing and participating in living. They'll be glad that are encouraged by the of others-and live our lives things that they actually they did. Baxterselebrate6yearsofmarriage
Baxters Celebrate 60 years of marriage
Willie Paul and Floyce Baxter celebrated 60 years
H R S M SIM TRU E of wedded bliss on Dec. 24. They enjoyed a quiet get
together with their children, grandchildren and great
inda Mathis _grandchildren on Christmas Eve.

(left), of Altha,
got her Christ- 4-H group hostingNew
mas wish. "When I saw this quilt I really Year's Resolution River
wanted to win it to
give to my mother Run m5Kin Sneads
for Christmas," said Special to the Floridan Country Bumpkins4-H
is the local extension of
Mathis. She held On Jan. 18 the Country 4-H, a nonprofit youth
the lucky stub for Bumpkins 4-H group will organization. Estabthe quilt raffled by be hosting the New Year's lished in 2010, this club
the Bascom School Resolution River Run 5 K has become active in the
the Bascom School at Three Rivers State Park community by volunteerRenovation Project. in Sneads. Registration ing and participating in
Her ticket was drawn will be at 8 a.m. and the events that include local
for the handcrafted race will begin at 9 a.m. fairs and youth expos.
There will be a $3 vehicle Country Bumpkins are
queen-size quilt parking fee. Entry fees to led by Terri Hardin who,
created by Lanell participate in the race are along with parent volun18 and younger $10 if you teers and support from
Skalitzky, a former are pre-regisered and $15 the Jackson County 4-H
student at Bascom the day ofthe race. 19 and Office encourages memSchool. Betty Ann SUBMITTEDPHOTO lder is $20 if you are pre- bers to achieve the 4-H
Stregistered and $25 the day mutto: To Make the Best Alter (right), co-chair of the Bascom School Renovation Project, and also a former Bascom of the race. Better.
There will be awards For int'mfocotc
School student, presented the quilt to the happy winner. There will be awards For int ation contact
give for each age group Tern Hari n 72-3728 or
and teati. The leader or terri.hardin@
MARIANNA MOOSE AID NEEDY MILIES advisor with the most Forms may als aked
S team members will re- up at local busineS1-.%
ceive a super surprise 4-H Extension Office ..
pack. All proceeds go to Penn Avenue in Marian.
educational activities na. Mail forms and entry
and community service fees to 1596 Church St.
projects. Marianna, FL. 32448.
D0psolume'Cute Kids
ilk iy'Cute Kids*'photosto, mail thom to
P O. Bo 520, Mariana, FL 32447 or bring tihem by our offices at 4403
Constitution Lae In Marianna.
*12years oryoynger with Jackson County ties Include childs full name
parentsname(s) and city of residence. This is a free service All entries

n Loving


Rubbie Watts
up ap ,1945-2013
,-arianna Moose Lodge gave to the community once again this Christmas season.
Five families received Christmas dinner that they would not have had otherwise. 4
MMembers gathered to fill these baskets through donations of food and monetary ,
help. Pictured are Jimmy Lanier, Bob Patnode, Becky Patnode, Mark Imel and Buddy Turner.

Make vohinteering a New Year's resolution g~latson
assorW oors Our Beloved
Special to the Floridan ambassador program. tant part of their lives to Goldenberg, long-time oLoaOr o
For those who want to Covenant Hospice. Covenant Hospice volun- I Godmother & Grands.
Now that the holidays have fun and socialize Covenant Hospice has teers, received the Vol- watson KimberlToka,
are over, and you are start- with others, Covenant's received Awards of Excel- unteer of the Year Award Downtown Marianna iig to think about your fundraising events are lence from Florida Hospice from the National Hos- 850.482.403 7 Karmn & Kyan
NewYear's resolutions, I the perfect fit. Volunteers and Palliative Care Orga- pice and Palliative Care encourage you to make who enjoy office work nization for the ambas- Organization. one of those resolutions or computers can find a sador volunteer program, So while you are comto become a Covenant home in administrative the reflections life review posing your New Year's Hospice volunteer. When support. Individuals with journal program, and the resolutions; think about
* people think about volun- care-giving experience or tuck-in program. teering for hospice, their emotional and spiritual The late Sam and Joyce See HOSPICE, Page 4A .. .....
first thought might be, "I support skills may choose could never do that" or "I to visit Covenant's patients .... .
would be too depressed." and their families. People
However, talk to a Cov- who have experienced the enant Hospice volunteer loss of a loved one underand he or she will tell you a stand what families have
very different story. gone through and make
Covenant volunteers wonderful bereavement
come from many dif- volunteers. Volunteers
ferent backgrounds, help to garden, clean
ranging from retirees to yards, make simple home
working professionals, repairs, build ramps, sew,
active military personnel, crochet, cook and bake.
high school and college Volunteers receive specialstudents. They all have ized training that prepares one thing in common a them to volunteer in their
desire to give back, and in area of interest.
that giving they receive so Covenant Hospice
much in return, makes a promise to our
Covenant has oppor- volunteers that they will
tunities for people with find a sense of purpose,
diverse skills and inter- worthwhile work, and LOCAL NEWS, YOUR WAY.
ests.Volunteerswho are the realization thatthey BEN SAUNDERS, D.M.D. WEKNIGHTS AT 5:00, 6:00, & 10:00
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S14A +SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29,2013 LOCA ,r ur cuhea h o w 2.
Swimmers make their way back to the beach on Dec.22,
in Jacksonville. The Duval Ocean Swimmers met near
the Jacksonville Beach Fishing pier for a brisk swim to
20th Avenue North. The groups meets on most Sundays
,,throughout the year.

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prison to the shore of often seem curious about hundred percent of the of our coastline," Etch/an Francisco. the swimmers. On Sunday, time. It's never been any enique said.
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Animeals offers petowners peace ofmin

TheAssociatedPress onstrate a need, which me to just get rid of it~'
may include proof of So- Snell said. "But that's'not TAMPA If it came cial Security or disability what you do for a family
down to it, Gloria Hernan- income, food stamps or member."
dez-Rosado would gladly Medicaid. Participants That's a sentiment
forgo a meal if she didn't must also have no trans- shared by Hernandez-Ro
have food for her beloved portation and their pets sado, who cant imagine
brindle chihuahua, Kane. must be spayed or neu- life without her 6-year-61od
"I would go hungry to 'tered, which the Humatie Kane,.which she has owned
buy him food," Hernan- Society will arrange at no since he was a puppy. Herdez-Rosado, 67, a retired cost if needed. nandez-Rosado is a widow
flight attendant supervi- Birrell made the rounds who lives alne and has
sor for American Airlines, Sunday across the Temple battled health difficulties.
said Sunday at her River- Terrace area in a sport util- Shewakes up to the sight
side Palms apartment. "So ity vehicle packed with 20- of Kane it's pronounced
help me God. This dog is pound bags of cat and dog KA-nee sleeping on the
incredible. All he wants to food. She left two bags at pillow next to her every
do is love me." the house of a Ponderosa morning and cares for
It's a choice the Humane Drive woman with five or the pooch like a doting
Society 'of Tampa Bay six cats. Nobody was home, mother.doesn't want pet owners so Birrell left the food near It is quickly clear that.
on fixed incomes having the door. "soulmate" is abetter word
to make. At David Snell's Universi- than "pet"' to describe their
Hernandez-Rosado is tyWoods Place apartment, unmistakable bond.
one of 125 Hillsborough ., he waited for Birrell out- 'All a pet wants to do is
County residents taking THEASSOCIATEOPRESS side. His lone cat, Vagita, is love you," Hemrnandez-Ropart in a Humane Society Mary Birrell (left), volunteer, pets Kane, a 6-year-old Chihuahua, while dropping off dog food to people shy even when they sado said. "How can you service called Animeals, a Kane's owner, Gloria Hernandez-Rosado (right) in Tampa. come loaded down with go wrong?"
program where volunteers board of directors, said month on these deliveries, about 2000. food. Snell, 47, is unem- 'For information about
deliver free pet food once Meals on Wheels volun- "We want to keep pets in To some program par- ployed. The cat belonged the Animeals program, a month to the homes teers contacted the Hu- the homes where they are ticipants, Birrell said, a to his ex-girlfriend. The cat call Holly Rennell of the of those with neither the mane Society more than well cared for and loved, pet can be a much-need- developed an attachment Humane Society of Tampa transportation nor the a decade ago because The animal shelters are 'pd dose of happiness in a to him. So when the girl- Bay at (813) 774-4344 or financial means to ad- they noticed some people crowded enough." world of struggles. friend left, the cat stayed. email her at volunteer@
equately feed pets. Think didn't have food for their So Animeals was born Recipients must dem- The ex-girlfriend "told
of it as the pet version of dogs or cats.,
Meals on Wheels, a pro- "They were feeding their gram in which Animeals pets the meals they were has its roots. getting," said Birrell, who
Mary Birrell, president noted the Humane Sociof the Humane Society's. ety spefids about .$1,500 a

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Florida Voices I O LIKE

Tallahassee Democrat I U

on -health centers

ne of the greatest needs in this community is
access to proper health care for those who are E*:FONDS
uninsured or underinsured, and who are likely
to remain that way, even within the provisions includ-.
ed in the'Affordable Care Act. OCEDIT
That's a significant but very real situation that
shouldn't be lost in the political reaction that has surfaced recently between two of Tallahassee's, longstanding community-based health centers, the Bond Community Health Center and the Neighborhood Medical
Between the two of them, the agencieshave been
in existence for nearly 70 years (Bond was founded in.
1984, Neighborhood in 1975), started by volunteers
and medical professionals, with both entities growing into full-fledged medical centers serving thousands of
people in need.siiaanboh/
They are two agencies with similar missions, and both
receive hundreds of thousands of dollars through Leon Coe
County to offset the cost of providing indigent health
care.. aod bmaae rp
What's at stake is the coveted federally qualified
care. Can GOP avoid Obam aare. trap
health center distinction granted by the Health Resources and Service Administration, a division of the
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Cen- 014 will be the year Republi- fixes the GOP signs on to, the more
ters with that status are eligible to receive federal grant cans are forced to deal with incentive Democrats have to keep
money, malpractice protection for physicians, access the Obamacare trap, helpfully stonewalling all calls for repeal.
to legal counsel and opportunities for additional grants set for them by the Democratic Other House Republicans are
to expand medical outreach programs benefiting target authors of the Affordable Care Act. (finally) uniting behind an actualareas. In-2009 and 2010, President repeal-arnd-replace proposal. HR.
Bond has been granted that certification for years, Barack Obama and his party took a 3121 is the work of the-Republibut its renewal. application was recently rejected after it health care system inwhich 85 per- can Study Committee, and, like
was deemed incomplete. This opened the door for new cent had insurance coverage, and yr:nZ I another effort by GOP Rep. Tom
applicants to apply. blew it up. Now, with Obamacare Price of Geoigia, would both repeal
Realizing what this could mean for the community at causing misery right and left, those Democrats will steadfastly refuse Obamacare and enact a package
large, Neighborhood Medical Center also is applying for same Democrats are screaming,' to back down in their full support of Republican-health care reforms.
the federally qualified health care center status. "You can't go back." of the law they and they alone It would address the tax unfairWhat is important is that this community doesn't end The national health care scheme passed that is causing all the ness of purchasing health coverage
up losing the federal grant of about $2.1 million a year they designed is so complex and trouble. The blame, they will argue, for those who are not covered at
for three years, along with the additional perks that has already embedded itself so lies with the GOP. work; the problem of pre-existing.
come from'the federal partnership. deeply in the health care system, It's an astonishingly brazen strat- conditions; the purchase of coverWith the critical federal grantin jeopardy, this isn't they argue, that it can never be re- egy. And it might work. age across state lines and excessive
the time for political infighting and a lack of unity. Each pealed. The only course now is for Already, some Republicans ap- medical malpractice
agency should support the other's application to ensure lawmakers of both parties to "fix" pear to be wavering on the insis- settlements.
the grant is not lost. Obamacare's problems. tence that repeal must be the first So far, 117 House Republicans
Once they've pasQd diat critical barrier, then both The argument will Oe heard more step in minimizing the damage have signed onto the bill. But 115,
agencies, along With their medical partners and Leon and more as the burdens imposed done by Obamacare. In a weird including the House GOP leaderCounty, must work on creating an efficient and effective by Obamacare canceled policies, irony, the more serious the prob- ship, have not. And it is not clear collaboration that offers the broadest service pos- higher premiums, higher deduct- lems of Obamacare become, the whether passing an Obamacare sible and makes sure those in need of medical services ibles, narrower doctor networks, less likely some Republicans are to alternative is really a priority for receive it. restricted choices of prescription demand repeal. Speaker John Boehner and other
drugs and more become a real- "It's so bad that you just can't let top House Republicans. ity for millions of Americans. The it happen," says one well-connect- For example, on NBC recently, M ia i er ld on situation could become even more ed GOP strategist. "My sense is, at House Budget Committee Chairpolitically charged if, as many ex- least at this point, it's gotten so bad man Paul Ryan expressed satisfacperts expect, the burdens that have that as much as you don't want to tion with the recent budget deal so farbeset those in the individual fix Obamacare, you just can't let the because Republicans "don't want artisa1 n 1 lt insurance market spread to the impact of this happen." to have shutdown drama so that
SP ismall-group market and ultimately Says a House Republican aide: we can focus on replacing Obamto the larger universe of people "Measures that provide Americans acare." That sounds like Ryan t was disappointing to see Sen. Marco Rubio among who receive coverage through their some form of relief from the most wants to pass an alternative. But
the 36-member minority as the Senate apirroved a jobs. painful parts of Obamacare don't while Ryan encourages Republibudget deal that could avert another government In such a scenario, Democrats have to begin with repeal." cans to come up with "conservative shutdown. Yet it wasn't surprising: After coming under will ratchet up their demands that Of course, many ways Republi- solutions," there's no evidence he a hail of criticism from tea party hard-liners earlier this Republicans join them in "fix- cans would want to provide Obam- wants to throw his weight behind year for crafting a strong immigration-reform package, ing" the law. They will condemn acare relief-,Michigan Rep. Fred any one bill. the Miami senator has taken a sharp turn to the right to Republicans who declareObam- Uptons keep-your-health-plan regain conservative support. acare beyond repair and decline proposal, for example won't win Byron York is chief political correspondent for
Thisis doubly disappointing from a lawmaker who to go along. Andat the same time, Democratic support. But the more The Washington Examiner. once declared that he ran for office because "I want to solve problems." Congress' inability- to pass a budget
up to nowis glaring symptom of no a All you need to know: 2014 is an election year
represents the biggest problem miWashington. An
The deal was good enough to win the support of nine
Republicans, including prominent conservatives like r rying to put unlucky 2013 approval rating in his state, McConSen. Orrin Hatch of Utah and Arizona's John McCain. behind him, President Barack nell is the least popular senator in
They chose to put aside political gamesmanship, but I.. Obama was upbeat about the, the land.
Mr. Rubio seems to have other priorities. :New Year. If McConnell beats tea party chalThe senator's choice on this key vote adds-to the "I flrmiy believe that 2014 can be ______________ lenger Matt the Republican
impression that, halfway through his six-year term, his a breakthrough year for America," primary, he still has a formidable
desire to be a problem solver is taking a back seat to his he said Dec. 20 at a White House general election competitor in
presidential aspirations. news conference before heading to Marshal~eitcer Democrat Alison Lundergan
That might explain the senator's turnabout on ir- Hawaii for vacation. .Grimes, Kentucky secretary of state. migration. He was one of the architects 0f the Senate's "It's probably too early to declare For their part, Democrats on Capicomprehensive reform plan, explaining his position in an outbreak of bipartisanship," the keep describing Obamacare as a tol Hill will focus on working famiaWall Street Journal essay: "I ran for office because I president conceded, "But it's also train wreck and the economy as lies and income inequality. A priorwant to solve problems, ahid America has a very serious fair to say we're not condemned to an abject failure. Democrats hope ity is raising the minimum wage. immigration problem." endless gridlock." voters won't listen once people start Sen. Tom Harkin, an Iowa Democrat
Moderation didn't sit well with his formerly adoring OK, it's the holiday season, so getting insurance coverage and the who's retiring, has proposed an intea party supporters. Mr. Rubio backed away from his let's be charitable. It's possible that economy continues to grow Yes, crease from $7.25 to $10.10 an hour, own plan in favor of a less-promising piecemeal api' 2014 will be more productive than those are big ifs. which Obama supports.
proach that doesn't include a path to citizenship. His 2013 in the nation's capital. But Republicans in the Senate and Republicans counter that a higher spokesmen say this is only a bow to reality, but it left don't bet your new MacBook Air on House are convinced that public minimum wage will mean that reform advocates crestfallen. Democrats and Republicans sud- disapproval of the Affordable Care employers hire fewer workers. Both
Later, Mr. Rubio embraced the failed effort to block denly discovering they have a lot in Act will translate into GOP votes, sides see the minimum wage as a funding of the new healthcare law, which led to the common. That means more hostile hearings, potent campaign issue.
government shutdown. But that did not stop him from Everything you need to know presided over by House Republi- Senate Majority Leader Harry accepting a $10,000 federal subsidy that comes with the about 2014 in Washington can be cans and more horror tales from Reid says the first order of busi*plan, although some fellow Republicans rejected it as a -summarized in two words: midterm Senate Republicans, although we ness iA January will be extending "special deal.:" elections. may be spared another attempt to long-term unemployment benefits,
As 2016 approaches, the presidential campaign will Obama and members of Con- defund the law, given the political which Congress allowed to expire pick up speed. Given Sen. Rubio's obvious political -*gress are baffling for their survival, hits the GOP took from forcing a this month. House Speaker John appeal he should be a strong contender for his party's Everything they say -and they will government shutdown last fall n a Boehner may go along with the nomination if he chooses to run but his political calcu- say far more than they will do will futile attempt to stop the law. extension, if spending cuts are part lus should not require support for an agenda that does .be focused on winning middie-class The bipartisan budget agreement of the package. not fit the needs of a large, diverse state like Florida. votes. The technical term is pander- this month showed that compro- Progressive Democrats, including, and both parties are masters of mise is possible on Capitol Hill. An ing Harkin and Elizabeth Warren ~ ~~ 2, the craft. early test of whether bipartisanship of Massachusetts, are defying
The stakes are large. If Obama's will last will come over the debt ceil- conventional wisdom that curbW!W'IU ~ .~. approval rating doesn't rebound ing. The Treasury Department says ing entitlements must be part of
S from the miserable 42 percent he the amount the government can any long-term fiscal plan. They say
~iP ~hit in the latest CBS News poll, he'll borrow must be increased by early Social Security benefits need
.'be an albatross for Democratic March so we can continue paying raised, not cut.
canddats runin fo theHoue ou bils.Critics say it's irresponsible to sug~4c~o~ic~ric~mTh ikdda rseres hand Senate next November. And if Conservative Republicans will de- gest raising benefits, which would
Pgh toedt o no pblihay, ettre sre Republicans don't stop playing fis- mand budget concessions; Obanma require higher payroll taxes, and
to ncldeyou fll ddrssandteephnecal brinksmanship games without has reiterated his refusal to negoti- nobody, but nobody, expects anynumerihes Wll n ybe se t~eri~'offering alternatives, they risk writ- ate. Such a standoff also led to the thing to happen. But it does make a ing their own political obituaries. shutdown, dandy campaign promise.
~ t~ ltte an wil nt bprited Fo m~ 2 Some things won't change when But 2014 has the added intrigue
the ball drops at Times Square. of Senate Minority Leader Mitch Marsha Mercer writes from Washington, Contact irfomaio cll85~~26384,Health care and the ec onomy will McConnell's tough re-election fight her at, 2013
1J"... dominate politics. Republicans will,* in Kentucky. With only a 31 percent. Marsha Mercer. All rights reserved.


Miami museum has 1,200 cars, bicycles, Vespas

The Associated Press was surprised to find so many
rare cars under one roof.
NORTH MIAMI The classic "Everything that you see in. cars lined up against an empty, television, like James Bond vintage gas station along a busy and Indiana Jones, those are all street in North Miami attract vis- marvelous things. You get asitors to a much larger space right tonished by the things that are behind it. here in America," Salazar, 49,
More than 1,000 cars are on said in Spanish while touring the display at the 250,000-square- museum.
foot Miami Auto Museum at The Real estate developer Michael Dezer Collection that includes Dezer, 72, started his massive American classics, military and collection as a teenager and has electric cars, bicycles and more. one of the largest Vespa scooter The museum is so large that if collections in the world. every passenger on three 747 air- "I knew it was original before planes were given just one item I showed up," said AJ Palmgren, from the museum, they could all a self-proclaimed "Knight Rider" bike, drive or pedal their way out, historian who traveled from Des said curator Myles Kornblatt. Moines, Iowa, to Florida for a There are eight galleries spread family vacation. He made sure throughout two large buildings to stop at the museum on this in a part of Miami not known to trip because the television series showcase collectibles, much less about the talking, crime-fightitg $25 million to $30 million worth car has been his passion since of one-of-a-kind vehicles, the day it first aired Sept. 26,
"We are a bit of a hidden gem," 1982. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOS
Komblatt said. "It's very familiar. I've stud- The 1948 Ford Greased Lightning from the movie "Grease" displayed at the Dezer Collection Museum in North
Jorge Ivan Vergara Salazar, who ied all of the remaining surviv- Miami. More than 1,000 cars are on display at the museum. came from Colombia to Miami ing original cars," he said while tured in the popular 1980s tele- "Indiana Jones and the Last Cru- first film, so you have to get to the on a family vacation, recently standing next to KITT, the black vision series. sade," and the Mitsubishi Eclipse second one," Kornblatt said. And
visited the museum and said he Pontiac Trans Am that was fea- The museum houses the larg- from the "Fast and the Furious" that film was 1963's "From Rusest collection of micro cars on 'film in 2001, which was the first sia with Love." The boat featured display, including aVelorex made car the late Paul Walker drove in in that film with Sean Conneryis in Czechoslovakia. Some are the film series. "the oldest surviving James Bond
so small that they could barely The Batboat used in the Bat- movie vehicle," Kornblatt said. accommodate one person, yet man television series that aired Some of the items in the mumany were known for carrying during the 1960s was signed by seum are replicas, including the two or three. the builder, George Barns, and Cadillac from "Ghostbusters."
There's also a Duesenberg the Batmobile (also a Barris cre- But a majority of the cars at the Model X from 1927, a sedan car ation) is also on display. museum are originals. with a rear windshield to shield The museum also houses the "The replicas are sort of like a
the backseat passengers. It is just largest collection of everything great side dish because we have one of five known to still exist. James Bond,. including the As- so many originals," -Kornblatt Among the most popular gal- ton Martin sports car he drove said. "It's the idea that at some leries at the museum is the Hol- in 1964's "Goldfinger" and a point, whether kids or enthusilywood Cars of the Stars exhibit, massive glass enclosure filled asts, there's going to be somewhich showcases cars, subma- with rows of books, toy cars and thing that makes them say, 'Wow, rines, airplanes and more that figurines. I've never seen one of those beVehicles and an airplane from James Bond films are displayed in the James were featured in movies, includ- "There were no James Bond fore,' And people still walk away Bond gallery at the Dezer Collection Museum. ing the BMW motorcycle from vehicles that really survived the very happy with what they see."

State BriefsN. Fla ton' onl store

Zimmerman's wife turnout in its history. Pro- o ly closes
hrincah fessors from the Univer- T i y'N F l .t mISS
hurt in crash fessors thiv- The Associated Press loss of business due to the gathered at the store. around the comer, said
sity of Illinois-at Chicago, widening of the two-lane "A lot of people came he'll miss the convenience
WINTER PARK- Au- the University of Southern
thorities say. George California, as well as Stan- BRYCEVILLE Almost highway out front. 4n as strangers and when of having a store nearby.
Zimmerman's estranged ford, Tufts and Cornell 65 years after opening its "There comes a point they came back, they were The next closest store is wife was injured in a cen- universities were among doors, the only. store in where you lost all you friends," she said. "It was down the road in Baldwin. tral Florida car crash. those who endorsed the the north Florida town of want to lose," Tommy part of our lives." "If you needed gas or
Winter Park police academic boycott. Bryceville has closed. Fouraker told the Florida Until 10 years ago, the milk or bread, it was
report that Shellie Zim- The Fouraker General' Times Union "Everything store, near Jacksonville in there," Kruse said. "It's a
Store operated by 68- has a beginning and an Nassau County, served as good family that ran it. merman was making a left Activists hold vigil year-old Tommy Fouraker end, I guess. It's not that the post office. So, there I know this broke their turn at an intersection Fri- in honor of homeless and daughters Julie and we made all that much were many regulars who hearts." day when another driver
ran a red light and hit her. MIAMI Miami area Lisa Fouraker shut money at it. It's just that stopped in every day to The end came with a Zimmerman was taken activists joined in a na- down on Dec. 16. we loved to do it." shop or just to chat. simple "Closed" sign on
to a nearby hospital after tional vigil to remember Fouraker offered sev2 Lisa Fouraker says clos- "There was a lot of love the door: "Thankyou from reporting an injury to her the homeless who died in eral reasons for shutting ing the store was like los- in this place," said Bill Sur. the bottom of our hearts foot. Officials say she also 2013. down, such as a sagging ing a family member., rency, who lives in Brycev- for the many smiles,
suffered minor scrapes Last week's vigil at gov- economy and the inabil- Her sister Julie said file and is Tommy Fourak- laughter and heartwarmfrom the air bags. eminent center was one ity to buy in bulk. But he they'll miss the camarade- er's nephew. ing memories you have Police spokesman Tom of more than 150 pldnned says the main reason was rie among those who often Bill Kruse, who lives brought to our lives." Pearson says the man who' around the country. The
crashed into Shellie Zim- eveDs were organized by T merman was taken into the National Coalition for Tf custody andfaces charges the Homeless and other a i
related to driving under nonprofits to bring atten- The Associated Press Sutton, engaged in con- any "improper advan- that Lerner and Andry the influence. Authorities ton to those whose lives duct that was improper, tage" to any of the clients represented.
weren't immediately nam- often end anonymously. NEW ORLEANS unethical and possibly
ing the man. According a report by Nearly six months after a criminal.
George Ziminerman the U.S. Department of federal judge appointed Sutton's lawyer, Michael
was acquitted in July in Housing and Urban De- former FBI director Louis Walsh, argued in a Dec. Hearing the words the shooting death of velopment, Florida is one Freeh to investigate al- 18 court filing that Freeh "skin cancer" can be scary. teenager Trayvon Martin. of five states that account leged misconduct inside doesn't have any evidence Shellie Zimmerman field for more than half of the the settlement program that his client broke any for divorce in September.. homeless population in for compensating victims laws or had a conflict 'of Knowin g your cancer is, the United States. The of BP's 2010 Gulf oil spill, interest during his work gone that's peace of: mind. FlU joins condemning report also found Florida the targets of his inquiry on the settlement.
boycott of israel had the largest decrease in are questioning his inde- Freeh's report alsoac
homeless since 2007 but pendence and trying to cused two private attar- This is one of those times when having today's best MIAMI Florida inter- did not provide an expla- rebut his findings., neys, Glen Lerner and Jon options on'your side means the most. national University has nation for the change. .Lionel "Tiger" Sutton' Andry, of using Sutton's
joined a growing list of III, a lawyer whose res- position in the settlement .. At Gulf Coast Dermatology, we know that providing
schools opposing aca- Melee erupts outside ignation from the staff program to benefit their Mohs micrographic surgery, today's most advanced
dqmi sactios aaint .~. LS of claims administrator clients' claims. In return, .and proven procedure for treating slaincaer
Isrel.i sntosaist Jackisonvie, theater Patrick Juneau spawned the report said, Sutton re- and offering our patients access to '
The nonprofit American JACKSONVILLE-A the investigation, red ceived morethan $40,000 painless SRT-100 radiotherapy; are
Studies Association Voted Christmas night brawl at a U.S. District Judge' Carl in fees for referring a rrmaking abig differeoce in the to endorse the boycott last. Jacksonville movie theater Barbier last week to throw claimnant to their law firm lives of our patients,.' week over the country's ended with five arrests. out a scathing report that before he joined Juneau's" treatment of Palestinians, The Florida Times- Freeh issued in Septem- staff. With.cure rates as high
particularly scholars and Union reports the distur- ber. The report conclud- Lerner's lawyers said as 99%, we're not students., bance began around 8:30 ed that top members of there is no evidence that only g9vng them
FLU Provost Douglas p.m. Wednesday after a Juneau's staff, including Sutton tried to provide, peace of mind.Wartzok told The Miami .group of teens and young ,w ~ we're helping them
Herald on Thursday that it adults rushed an off-duty mget back to enjoying '
doesn't make sense to pro- female police officer at the their lives.:.
test the lack of academic entrance to the Hollywood freedom for one group by River City 14 theater. She limiting it for another. fended them off with pep- emnn
The University of Florida per spray and locked the Correction. ,
and the University of Mi- theater doors. red'eD ER MATOLOGY
ami have also opposed the Fighting ensued and ".The Skin Experts
boycott by the American the crowd quickly grew to Studies Association, the about 600.
nation's largest group Jacksonville Sheriff's devoted to the interdisci- spokeswoman Lauri-Ellen We Specialize in Quality Medical & Surgical plinary study of American Smith says "what can only Care for All Types of Foot & Ankle Problems. *
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universities. were called to the scene"
About one-third of the and used crowd-control We Carry Blue Cross Blue Shield & J on Ward, MD I Board-Certified Dermatologist
,association's more than tactics to clear the lot Medicare Approved Diabetic Shoes Karrie Burkhardt, PA-C ICertified Physician Assistant
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with about 66 percent There were no reports ofFO T*
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Police fie on Newtown ...

yields chilling portraitil "

The Associated Press

NEW HAVEN, Conn. .i
Connecticut police re- A &-A' A
leased thousands of pages 24
Friday from their investi- .
gation into, the Newtown --
massacre,t providing the
most detailed and disturb- 23'3 f
ing picture yet of the ram,.
page and Adam Lanza's
fascination with murder,
while also depicting school
employees' brave and
clear-headed attempts to '. .
protect the children.
Include! in the file were
photographs of the home 1,1s
the 20-year-old Lanza
shared with his mother.
They show numerous This photo shows what the evidence report describes as a rounds of ammunition, bolt-action.22-caliber rifle.
gun magazines, shot-up with a handgun as police, police, they should be able THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILEPHOTOS
paper targets, gun cases, arrived at the school. to get the key to the door This photo released by the Connecticut State Police shows what the evidence report describes shooting earplugs and a The documents also fill which they did. as "books seized from second floor bedroom" in the house where Adam Lanza lived with his
gun safe with a rifle in it. in more details about how Others weren't so lucky. mother in Newtown, Conn. A former teacher of the shooting unfolded and Police Lt. Christopher
Lanza's was quoted as how staff members looked Vanghele said he and an- way, and dispatchers work- student who was in Tech. The new files revealed telling investigators that out for the youngsters. other officer found what ing calmly and efficiently. Club with Adam Lanza chaos during the rampage. Lanza exhibited anti-so- Teachers heard jani- appeared to be about 15 "In the midst of the dark-- recalled, him pulling his Lanza remained silent cial behavior rarely inter- tor Rick Thorne try to get, bodies, mostly children, ness of that day, we also sleeves over his hands any as he aimed and fired in' acted with other students Lanza to leave the school., packed in another bath- saw remarkable heroism time he was handed an ob- Room 10, according to an and obsessed in writings One teacher, who was hid- room "like sardines." So and glimpses of grace," he ject from someone. officer who interviewed "about battles, destruction ing in a closet in the math many people had tried to wrote. A nurse told police that the mother of one of the
and war." lab, heard Thorne yell, "Put cram inside the bathroom In the documents, a Lanza's mother had to do surviving students.: The
"In all my years of expe- the gun down!" An aide that the door-couldn't be friend told police that 'three loads of laundry each woman said her son, who rience, I have known (re- said she heard gunfire and closed, and the shooter Nancy Lanza reported that day because her 'son ob- ran from the classroom,. dacted) grade boys to talk Thorne told her to close gunned them all down,- her son had' hit his head sessively changed clothes recalled the shooter kickabout things like this, but her door. Thorne survived. Vanghele surmised. several days before the sometimes changing his ing in the door and then Adam's level of violence Teacher Kaitlin Roig told The paperwork, photos shootings, And an ex-boy- socks 20 times daily. firing. was disturbing," the teach- police she heard "rapid- and videos were heavily friend told police that she Prosecutors previously The documents indicate er told investigators. The fire shooting" outside of blacked out to protect the canceled a trip to London issued a summary -of the investigators were gentle teacher added: 'Adam's the school, near her class- names of children and to on the week of the shoot- investigation last month in their questioning of chilcreative writing was so- room. She rushed her stu- withhold some of the more ing because, of "a couple, that portrayed Lanza as ob- dren, interviewing young,. graphic that it could not be dents into the classroom's grisly details of the crime. last-minute problems on sessed with mass murders, sters only if they or their shared." bathroom, pulled a rolling In a letter accompanying the home front." but the report concluded parents requested it. Some
The documents' release storage unit in front of the the files, Reuben E Brad- Peter Lanza, who was that Lanza's motives for of the parents thought marks the end of the inves- bathroom door as a barri- ford, commissioner of the estranged from his son, the massacre might never talking openly about the ligation into the 'Dec. 14, cade and then closed and state Department of Emer- told police that Adam had -be known. shooting and getting accu2012, shooting at Sandy locked the door. gency .Services and Pub- Asperger's syndrome a Lanza "was undoubt- rate information out would
Hook Elementary School She heard a voice say, lic Protection, wrote that type of autism that is not edly afflicted with mental help their children heal. that left 20 first-graders "Oh, please, no. Please, no." much of the report was associated with violence health problems; yet de- After the interviews, the and six educators dead. Eventually, police officers disturbing but that it also and exhibited symp- spite a fascination with children were given a copy Lanza went to the. school slid their badges under the showed teachers trying to toms of being "slightly mass shootings and fire- of Margaret Holmes' book after killing his mother, bathroom door. Roig re- protect their children, law OCD," meaning obsessive arms, he displayed no ag- 'A Terrible Thing HapNancy, inside their home. fused to come out and told enforcement officials put- compulsive disorder. gressive or threatening pened" to help them deal He committed suicide them that if they were truly ting themselves in harm's A former Newtown High tendencies," it said. with that they witnessed.

1.3 million Americans lose 'emergency unemployment' benefits

The Associated Press efits were designed as a allies in the House and of up to 73 weeks, dependcushion for the millions Senate to revive an exten- ing on the state.
WASHINGTON More of U.S. citizens who lost sion of jobless benefits for Restoring up to 47 extra
than 1 million Americans their jobs in a recession those unemployed more weeks of benefits through
are bracing for a harrow- and failed to find new than six months. 2014 would cost $19 biling, post-Christmas jolt ones while receiving state The Obama administra- lion, according to the Conas extended federal un- jobless benefits, which in tion says those payments gressional Budget office.
employment benefits most states expire after have kept 11.4 millioncome to a sudden halt this six months. Another 1.9 people out of poverty and
weekend, with potentially million people across the benefited almost 17 mil- BEFORE
significant implications 'country are expected to lion children. The cost of
for the recovering U.S. exhaust their state benefits them since 2008 has to- THE
economy. A tense political before the end of June. taled $225 billion.
battle likely looms when THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO ut Ubama has no quick Atthedepthofthereces- BOTTIOM
Congress reconvenes in Job seekers check out companies at a job fair in Miami Lakes. fix. He hailed this month's sion, laid off workers could the new, midterm election tightening as enrollees Some 214,000 Califor- two-year budget agree- qualify for up to 99, weeks DROPS year. lose their average monthly nians will lose their pay- ment as a breakthrough of benefits, including the
Nudging Congress along, stipend of $1,166. ments, a figure expected of bipartisan cooperation initial 26 weeks provided OUT.,,
a vacationing Presidefht Jobless rates could drop, to rise to more than a half- while his administration 4y states. The most recent Barack.Obama called two but analysts say the econ- million by June, the Labor works' with Democratic extension allowed a total SELL YOUR senators proposing an ex- omy might suffer with less Department said. In the N'
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Obituaries Worksh

James and Sikes sisters Gloria Cressley of made to Collins Mill Ceme-OP
Funeral Home Sneads, Becky Powell and tery Fund c/o: Claude Pel- From PagelA
Maddox Chapel Elizabeth Harrell both of ham P.O. Box 173
4278 Lafayette Street Marianna. Graceville, FL 32440. The workshop may also
Marianna, Fl 32446 He was proceeded in James and 'Lipford Fu- include conversations
850.482.2332 death by one brother Wil- neral Home,. (850) 263- about a Jackson County- a
www.jamesandsikes liam Lipford. 3238, is in charge of ar- focused episode of Fishfuneralhomes.con Mr. Lipford was a kind, rangements.
gentle, and generous per- Sign the guest book at ig University with CharWilliam Olls son. He was a good hus- lie and Ray. The footage
band and loving, father. He ert's Mortuary, Inc. was shot earlier this year, King was a proud and well. IbertMortu Inc. and the episode will run
1007 Main St. svrltmsi aur
knoWn farmer, a retired Franklin, LA 70538 several times in January -7
William Ollis 'Ott King, school, bus driver, and 337-825426 on Saturdays, Sundays
William Ollis "Ott 'ig' uiesprnrw,~ i 337-828-5426
83, of Marianna died business partner with his and Tuesdays after New
Thursday, December 26, loving wife at Lipford's Flo- Year's Day The show is
2013 at Signature Health rist: Eric Glenn available on DISH satel-.
Care at the Courtyard. You may join his family Trosclair lite TV
Mr. King was born July in a celebration s i Fuqu also 'expects to
15, 130 e etHi onC Gri- at Lanier .- Andler Funeral mA Mass of Chrstian buri- speak with commissionMastfChyfia AL.f Hertrdfo,.i-a air-Ade ue
i ndu rie d tGi Home from 11:00 am': to al will be held Tuesday, ers About continuing to fin Industries as a truck 12:30 pm. He will be laid to December 31, 2013, at 1:00 support "familiarization driver and was a'member :~ ',.," .."Patthe Cchof the As-. of Lighthouse C om'ruty test ata private graveside PM at the Church of the As- tours" by paying the cost of ghthouse Commuty burial surrounded by his sumption in Franklin for. of room stays and meals..
C c family and loved ohes at ienn erosc 3 for, visiting newspaper
He is survived y.. Fields Of M~iries faily native- of Rochester,. NY w
wife, Patricia -King;. one,. A'-lttr ,.and a resident 6f Patterson writers,
son, Wallace King and wife who past away Wednesday, writers and bloggers
Mindy of Marianna; four Jamesi& Lipford December 25, 2013 in Pat- who can spread the word
daughters, Becky Porter Funeral Home terson, A gathering of fam- about Jackson County.
and husband, Mike of Ma- 5390 Cotton St. ilyand friends will begin at A group of writers rerianna, Charlene Hinson Graceville, FL 32440 10:00 AM at Ibert's Mortu- cently took one of those sUBMiTTEDPHOTO
and husband, Rich of Ven- 850-263-3238 ary until time of dismissal familiarization : tours, Jackson County Tourist Development Director Pam Fuqua
ice, FL, Andrea Johnson j] at 12:30'PM. He will be laid nd the visit resulted in will go to the Florida, Visitor's Center on Monday for a and husband, Michael of to rest in Perpetual Park a Jackson County feature "takeover" day, where she will replenish supplies in this
Gand Ridgehusband, PhGwen Martinip of Inez Pelham Cemeteryi Fathert hoyd in the travel-and-leisure Jackson County promotional display and talk to visitors at and husband, Phillip of Benoit' Will officiate the
Texas; two brothers, Billy services. ection of a large Mi- a booth she'll setup in the center.
King and wife, Joan of Mrs. Inez Pelham, 92 of services. ps n p r
Serving as pallbearers ami-area newspaper, as. Greenwood, Kenneth King Graceville passed away Fri- will beAnthony E. Trosclair -well as blog mentions by of Malone; two'sisters, Ann day, December 27, 2013 at IIj Jeremy Hyde, John an Atlanta-based visitor. Parris of Jacksonville GA, Jackson Hospital. Adam Trosclair II, Howard Fuqua said the group
Mary Williams of Orlando; Ms. Inez was born in ames "T. J." Trosclair II, visited Florida Cay12 grandchildren and. 22' Graceville on. February, 11,. Travs Trosctaltr erry earns. State Park, the, greatgrandchildrern.. 1921 to the late ate r Trosclair, Jerry es State Park, the
g -Trosclaiir. cr"....
Funeral service will be 10 Moi)roe and Charity Trvirs i hi new Hinson Recrea.m. Monday, December Barner Ramsey. She was a Survivors include slfa- ation and Conservation
their, Athony E. Trosclair; Area,
30, 2013 at.James and Sikes retired motel laundress mother Beatriz Area, and the Bellamy Ffieral Home Maddox with Howard Johrison and i other, n Bridge Heritage Trail.
Chapel with Revs. Frances Ramada Inn. Ms. Inez Was Trosla"Wr; get a lot of value out
'Dudley and Philip Martin a member of Harmony thony E. Trosclair '1 and "We get a lot of value out
offciDudley and Philip Maorial- .Baptist Mission Church. Jeremy T. Hyde; his pater- of hosting visitors who officiating. Memorial- Baptist Mission Church. nal grandmother, Mary can tell the world about
ma Srvc of nalgrndoter'
ization will be by crema- service Remembranc Helen Romrero Trosclair; "us," Fuqua said. "I'll try tion with James and Sikes-. will be 11 a.m., Tuesday, his maternal grandother, to show commissioners Funeral Home Maddox .December .31, 2013., 'at
Funeral Home a Pleaant ill (Collins M Elena:, Olivares; as well as the benefits of it so that
Chpe in charge 'of, ar- Pleasant Hill (Coffins Mill)
Crangements. Primitive Baptist Church numerous aunts, uncles, they might support furangement ieces, and nephews. t
The family will,. receive with Rev. Raymond Hiees, andnephews.ceded in ture trips.".,.
friends from 5' p.m. to 7 .O'Quinn officiating. Family death by one broerKeith : She may also bring p.m. Sunday, December 29,' will receive friends at the .Trosclair; some tourist devel0 at sschurch 10 a.m., until time iro Trosclair;'his paternal 2013 at James and Sikes circh 10 a.m., until time grandfather, Abbie Antoine opment experts from Maddox Chapel. of service. Trosclar, and hisateal .other, EBORAH BUKHALTER/FLORIAN FILEPHOTO
Expressions of sympathy Preceded- in death by her DroBcORAH andALE/LOA hiFaeraIoteLressmia't
may be madei online sympat husband J.yD. Peham at bywo grandfather, Jon Olivares. Jackson County and let Tourist Development Council member Paul X Donofro Jr., may be made online at sons Mack Pelham, Dennis Inlieu offlowers,thefam- them share their success (left) and TDC Director Pam Fuqua talk to Jackson County son M kPlaDnIs ily asks that 'contributions stories with the board.
SPelham, two brothers Tom ily asks that contributions stories with the board. commissioners about efforts to increase tourism. Lanier-Andler Ramsey, J. Walter Ramsey, be made to help alleviate -Fuquawill likely update
Funeral Home three sisters Mary Scho- funeral expenses. 'the board on her efforts and hand out brochures the realm of museum
Sneads, Florida field, Edna Allen, Pearl Family and friends may in the Panama City Beach about the area. and aquarium venues,
8Sneads, 0 Hayid fes, EdaAln' er view obituaryr and express
850-593-9900 Hayes. o nd area, where she.has been She'll be trying to cap- changes that could open
Survived by her beloved byisiting reaching out to teams at ture the interests of up new ways to leverage Jimmy Martin children Tony Pelham the guestbook at rental properties in hopes "snowbirds" who are the money. Those dollars
Lipford (Anne), Dothan, AL; DougSintegsboka
L for Peham, Panama City of helping them arrange coming down to escape collected at four'cents
1pBelhaLPanamaHCinland day tours for their their northern winters, as on the dollar from people BeachJimmy Martin Lipford Hampton, FL, Carol Hale guests to spots in Jackson well others who are tray-, who stay overnight in
Jimmy Martih Lipford,. Hampton, VA; sister BettyConyclgthuhtearlclmtls-aete
son of the late Emmett Toole, Chipley, FL; four County. eling through the area, local motels are the
Lipford and Elizabeth grandsons Brent Hale, Da- And she will probably she said. She'll share her main source of funding
Walker Lipford, passed vid 'Hale, Jason Pelham, talk to the board about space for the takeover for TDC projects.
from this life on December Banyon Pelham; two great the results of her upcom- event with her coun- The overall goal of the
26,2013. grandchildren Logan Hale, Artistic Designs Unlimited in. ing "takeover" at the Flor- terpart in neighboring workshop, she said, is
He is survived by his wife Lillian 'Hale; four half- 2911 Jefferson4t. Marianna ida Visitors Center. On Washington County. to identify some of the of 48 years Janie Lipford sisters Ann, Judy, Rebecca, 850-372-4456 Monday, she will set up Fuqua will also talk to directions that the TDC
and his daughter Jenna Helen; two half-brothers a booth at the center so the board about some wants to take in the comLipford. He is also survived Robert, Kent; a host of nie- Michael's Toggery that she can talk to a days' legislative changes re- ing year and beyond as it by two 'brothers Doise ces and nephews. Funeral Appropriate Attire
Lipford and Mack Lipford In lieu of flowers family 2878 efferso St. Marianna worth of visitors there lated to how bed-tax determines how bed-tax both of Marianna; thiee request memorials be 850-482-8647 about Jackson County dollars can be spent in money is used.

(a p done so was because the Capps was then arrested *mn
individual in question for disorderly intoxication. 'A'p was currently En route to the county
From Page lA incarcerated. jail, the officer says Capps The AssociatedPress trying to honor the ori i- ButWeeks must first get
be "extremely intoxicated" The sAbject then "de- began kicking the patrol .nal design. The aircraft's approval from Federal
and was still consuming a manded" the. officer give car windows with her feet, POLK CITY A Florida wings are made- of wood, Aviation Administration 24-ounce Four Loko (caf- her a ride home to Calhoun on which she was wear- man is hoping to reenact a wooden lever moves the officials to launch from St. feinated alcohol beverage) 'County, but the officer ad- ing boots with 3-to-4inch the nation's first commer- rudder andfoot pedals op- Petersburg's North Yacht when initial contact with vised .that he could not heels.Stoppingthevehicle, cialflightonthecentennial rate the throttle. Basin on Jan. 1 and retrace her was made. leave his jurisdiction. To 'the officer attempted to oftheaviationmilestone. "You'rehangingoutthere Jannus' 23-minute trek
The officer's report went that, Capps replied, "well place leg restraints on the The Tampa Tribune re- like abird, andit's just awe- with a passenger. on: what (expletive) good are defendant. While doing so, ports that Kermit Weeks somee" Weeks said. '"Although the FAA
Capps, who appeared you." Capps allegedlypdcked the has recreated the bi-wing NewYear'sDay will mark doesn't care if1 kill myself,
"extremely agitated," said At this point the officer officer in the chest with seaplane that pilot Tony the 100th anniversary of they do care if I kill someher reason for being at attempted to place Capps her high-heel boots, mul- Jannus first flew over Tam- what is considered the body else," said Weeks, that particular location into his'patrolvehicleand 'tipletimes pa Bay 100 years ago. Using country's first regularly who has invested four
was that she had inten- put her in protective cus- Capps was charged with scraps of archival data and scheduled commercial years of meticulous 'retions of "killing somebody tody, but she did not coop- disorderly intoxication photographs, Weeks and flight. In 1914, passengers search, staffhours and his tonight," and the only rate, refusing to put her and battery on a law en- his crew have built nearly, paid $5 for a one-way tick- own money to construct reason she hadn't already legs and feet inside the car. forcement officer. everything from scratch, et across Tampa Bay. the plane from scratch.

wa eitha'.22caliberrifledur- .e said. "It could have spread Diver'S fatherlWants the vast underwater cave

ng a donestie disturbance e to the attic or all through- cave closd system since 1981.
involving him and the ho- out the home without the "I wish they would
From Page lA meowners, one of whom is From Page lA detectors. The house suf- WEEKI WACHEE-- A close it," Chester Spivey
his mother... fered a lot of smoke dam- Florida man wants the Jr said "I wouldn't want
When officers arrived, a A complaint was pro- been placed in the recom- "age throughout; but we state to close an under- to see anyone else die. white jnale subject later pared against Pearson, for mendedpositionsandthey were able to contain it W1ot. water cave system after It's just too dangerous."
: identified the charge of possession were operational," Brunner better than we could have his son and grandson State wildlife officials
as 22-year- of a firearm by'a convicted said. At the first sign of managed if they hadn't died there in a divig ac- said they have no plans old Quenn felori. Hewas located and 'smoke, they were ale ted. been alerted as soon as cidenton Christms Day to closethe underwater
Pearson fled ,a arrested the next day. 'They turned .around and they were. They, I think, Chester Spivey Jr. says cave, which diving enthe Mor- According to the corn- called '911 from the house were able to save a lot of the 300-foot deep Eagle thilsiasts have described
gan Loop plaint filed with the court, phone and got out to safe- their belongings. Everyone Nest Sink cave in the as the "Grand Canyon"
residence that rifle, which was fond ty. When we got there, be- is urged to havesmoke de- Chassahowit~ka Wildlife or "Mount Everest" of Pearson on foot. A under a couch on the front "cause of how fast they were' tectors in their home and ManagementArea'o" cave diving.
search was porch of the house -- the ableto act, we weren't even to make sure they're prop- dangerous for diving. Thh Southwest Florida conducted, but Pearson: last" place 'Pearson was seeing 'flames, just 'heavy exly working." Thirty-five-year-old Water Managenment
was not found at that seen before he fled from smoke from the front of the Those responding in- Darrin Spivey and his Districtbanned diving at
time. police -matched the de- house" cluded JCFR and volunteer 15-year-old son, Dillon Eagle Nest Sink in 1999.
During the investiga- scription of a rifle that was The flames, he said, were units from the Bascom! Sanchez, were found But cave divers lobbied tion it was learned that stolen in a recent burglary. revealed when the team at- Malone station, Dellwood, dead Wednesday to reopen the area, and Pearson, who has a felony 'A ACSO press release indi- tacked at the probably seat and'from Cottonwood, Ala. TheTampa Tribune the state lifted the ban in conviction on his criminal cates that further charges ofthe fire.' Theyvere able to clear the reports that at leastsix 2003.
history, had armed himself aiepeniding for Pearson. "We got it early," Brunner scenein about90 minutes. other divers have died in The Associated Press

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Graceville Basketball

Tigers, handl Blue Devils in tourney

BY DUSTIN KENT turned out to be the least event- season. two more threes from Lawson the margin to 28. ful of all, with the Tigers control- Holmnes County's 2-1 edge in and Deangelo Bell to go with A basket byWhite and a three.f ,ling the game froin the opening! minutes was its, a driving bucket by Johnson pointer by Rashard McKinnie GRACEVILLE -TheGraceville start to finish and only lead of the night, with a comprised a 14-0 run that blew gave the Tigers their biggest lead
Tigers capped off the firstnight leading virtually the ZayleonRuss three-pointer with the game open in the second of the night at 54-20 early in
of hosting the Tiger Christmas entire game. 5:20 left in the first quarter giving period. the fourth quarter before GHS
Shootout on Friday night with Jalen Lawson led the Tigers a 4-2 lead they never Consecutive baskets by White coach Matt Anderson pulled his
an easy 56-30 victory .ver the the Tigers with 16 points, while relin quished. to close the half made it 34-12 regulars for the remainder of the
Holmes County Blue Devils. Derrick White added 10 and Lawson and Johnson added Graceville at the break, with Law- game. it was the fifth of five garies on Marqyavious Johnson five, as triples in the first period to put son scoring seven early points to'. Cason Moore finished with 10 the first of the two-day everind Gracville improved to7-5 on the the Tigers up 14-9 after one, with Start the third period and push points to lead Holmes County.

Sneads Baske.tbaI ll .
Pirates stun

Seahawks Bulldog beatdown
Seahaw s+.. ,, .,+ +. +


GRACEVILLE There haven't been many
highlights for Sneads this season, but the Pirates found a rare reason for celebration Friday after- noon with a 62-59 victory over the South Walton Seahawks on the first day of the Tigers Christmas Shootout.
Jeremy Wert scored 15 points and Alphonzo
Brown and Devante Pettus each added 13 to lead the Pirates, who notched just their second victory in 11 tries this season, with the previous win coming over Wewahitchka on Dec. 17.
'"Anywin for us is a bigwin," Sneads coach Bruce
Hubbs said after the game." (The Seahawks) came in 4-1 in their league and they're a good team. I thought our kids played hard. I'm proud of them. We'haven't been able to win those fourth quarters this year but we finally pulled one out." The Pirates led much of the way,-leading by as
much as 12 in the first half before taking a 25-18 '
qdge into the break.
Sneads pushed the margin to 40-28 late in the
third quarter after a three-pointer and put-back

See PIRATES, Page 4B

Marianna's Herman Williams tries to score between two Godby defenders during a game Friday night in Graceville.

Marianna mauls Godby 76-50 in 4A showdown

BY DUSTIN KENT on a roll following wins over Chiles, From there, a 33-10 run that Wakulla, Florida High, Madison featured five Marianna du'nks County and Taylor County. by an. and an array of highlight-worthy. GRACEVILLE -- In a game that average margin of 27 points per plays blew, the game open for the appqared to have the makings of a game. Bulldogs and left the Cougars on
classic going in, the Marianna Bull- But the Cougars ran into a buzz- the unfamiliar side of a lopsided dogs turned their 4A matchup with saw in the unbeaten Bulldogs, who scoreboard. the Godby Cougars into a personal added to their already impressive "What can you say?" a sheepish highlight reel. resume with perhaps their most Bulldogs coach Travis Blanton said
The Bulldogs had their way with complete performance of the after the game. "We keep talking the Cougars, sapping their five- season. about challenging the guys and
game winning steak in emphatic Marianna led 30-19 at halftime it seems like they step up to every fashion with a dominating 76-50 and stretched the lead to 14 early challenge we put in front of them. I JENNIFERBASFORD/FORTHEFLORIDAN victory to improve to 13-0 on the in the third quarter before Godby love them more allthe time because Sneads' Devante Pettus (10) tries to finish a shot at the season. fought back to cut the margin to 37basket during a game against South Walton on Friday Godby (6-2) came into the game 29 midway through the period. See BEATDOWN, Page 4B
night in Graceville.

Malone Basketball

Malone holds off Northview

BYJEREMY WISE said of the poor performance alone.
jwise@dothaneaglecorn fromi fle line. The Cougars kept pace, though,
Fleming said the game plan And even led most of the first The Malone (Fla.) Tigers kept entering the game was to at- period. The score was tied at 16 giving. It's just the Northview tack the rim, especially going apiece entering the second stanCougars weren't taking. in on Tigers' star Chai Bak- za- and that was with Northview Ftee throw shooting woes er. Baker is an Oregon State hitting just 3-of-9 from the free Northview's
plagued the Cougars every quar- signee, throw line in the period. Michael Reynolds
ter as they made just 20-of-38 "We Wanted to make him play The game remained tight (12) makes a pass
attempts overall before, falling defense. We knew he was a talent throughout the second quarter, over Malone's
70-61 to the Tigers Friday in (offensively)," the coach said. tbo. The biggest lead any team Antwain Johnson
the Downtown Dothan Hoops And Baker displayed that ealy owned was five by the Tigers at during a game at
Classic, and often. Baker drained the 30-25. the Downtown
"We work on free-throw shoot- first 3-pointer he took -- just 16 The Cougars tied the game af- Dothan Hoops
ing. There's a mentality to it. It's seconds into the game. Baker ter a trey froti Sean Holmes and e Clasi n FDoia
very disappointing," Cougars proceeded to score 10 of his 32 head coach Janasky Fleming overall points in the first period See MALONE, Page 4B JAYHARE/DOTHANEAGLE


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Rams overcome Jsa N
Jets can spoil Miami's season

The Associated Press
MIAMI Coach Joe Philbin gave his
Miami Dolphins a long to-do list this
BY DUSTIN KENT Steele and a jumper by closer than five the rest of week. Spearman made it a 10- the way. "Run the ball better, stop the run, pro-,
point Rutherford lead late Denton and Arts finished tect the quarterback, pressure the quarGRACEVILLE The in the period, but the Vi- with 12 points each for the terback, get off to a fast start, be better Rutherford Rams over- kings ended the quarter Rams, who improved to 10- in ball security," Philbin said. came a dominant perfor- with a three from Jacquen 1 overall with the victory. For a team in the thick of the playoff mance by East Hall (Ga.) Hopkins that sparked a big Bucks hold off hunt, that's a lot of deficiencies. But the
center Kyvon Davenport to push early in thd fourth. Buks Dolphins are coming off their worst
take a 77-71 victory Friday Caleb Holtzclaw added Gators late game of the year, and a dramatic renight on the first day at the another triple to start the The Bozeman Bucks took bound will be necessary if they're to Tiger Christmas Shootout. final period, and a blocked on Baker in the second reach the postseason for the first time The smooth 6-foot-5 'shot by Davenp9rt on the game of the day at Gracev- since 2008. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Davenport was a headache ensuing Rutherford pos- ille High School and took Miami (8-7) can clinch the AFC's final Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin works' for the Rams all night, put- session led to a basket by a 50-45 win over the Baker wild-card berth Sunday with a little help the Sidelinescuring the second half of the tw. game against the Buffalo Bills last Sunday in
ting in 26 points, grabbing Triston Cooper to cut the" Gators. and a win over the New York Jets. Orchard Park, NY.
18 rebounds, and block- margin to two at 60-58. Christian Byrd scored 16 'All or nothing," Dolphins receiver ing eight shots to lead the Another three by points to lead the Bucks, Mike Wallace said. "It's a weird feeling Postseason outlook Vikings. Holtzclaw was answered while Brandon Suttles not knowing what's going to happen. We The Dolphins are tied with'the BaltiBut Rutherford got 25 by a driving bucket by added 10, as Bozeman only have one thing we can control, and more Ravens and San Diego Chargers in
points from Khaliel Spear- Steele to put the Rains up improved to 9-4 on the that's to play as hard as we can and win. the race for the sixth and final AFC playman and 19 from Gabe 64-61, but a dunk by Day- season. We have a lot of motivation." off spot, and none of the three teams
Steele, who also threw enport and yet another Justin Morgan tied the can clinch a berth without help.
down one of the most vi- three-pointer by Holtzclaw game up at 44-44 with a With tie Dolphins playing for the The Dolphins will make the playoffs if cious dunks of the season gave the Vikings their first pair of free throws with playoffs, and the Jets playing .for pride, they win, and if.the Ravens lose or the thus far. # lead since the start of the 1:50 to play in the game here are things to watch:, Chargers win. Miami wins the tiebreakIt was a back and forth third at 66-64 with 5:46 and Brooks Taylor hit 1-of- er if all three teams finish 9-7, but'loses
affair throughout that in- remaining. 2 at the line with 1:23 re- Inconsistent teams I
cluded 10 lead changes in Rutherford responded, maining to give the Gators The Dolphins' latest loss represented cause they beat the Dolphins in Week 5. the first half alone, with with seven straight points a one-pointedge. another lowin an up-and-down season. Miami, 'Baltimore and San Diego
the highlight, of the game's to regain control, with a But. Ryan -Peltonen Eight weeks ago, when the franchise would all miss the playoffs if they- lose first 16 minutes Steele's' basket. by Keith Arts tying banked in a shot in the lane was immersedI in a bullying scandal, and the Steelers win, which would give emphatic one-handed jam it back up, followed by a and got fouled, converting Philbin's job appeared in jeopardy. the final AFC spot to Pittsburgh. in transition over an East .free throw by Destin Dun- the three-point play at the Last week, he wa fielding quesHll 'defender that put the, ton to put the Rams back free throw line to put Bz-. tions about* b6ing a contender for Ryan's future Rams up 31-30 and sent in the lead, with consecu- eman up for 47-45 c6ach of the year. Then came a dread- Jets owner Woody Johnson and genthe crowd into a frenzy tive turnovers by East Hall with 1:12 on the clock. ful 1,9-0 dribbirlg at Buffalo, rais- eral manager John Idzik have declined The Rams led 40-39 at leading to baskets. by Steele ,After hitting a free throw ing speculation about a late-season to comment on Ryan's status, fueling the break -and started to and Curtis Turner to make to push the lead to three, collapse. speculation about the coach's status.
'*take control early in the, it 71-66 with 3:50 to play. Suttles came up with a The Jets (7-8) have ridden the roller- The young Jets are widely regarded third,. quarter thanks to The lead was eight after a steal and a score in the coaster, too, failing to- put together con- as overachievers. after goirg 6-10 last an. -114 run featuring six pair of free throws by Mar- waning seconds to put the secutive victories all season. They'll sit year. Ryan is 41-38 in five seasons with points .from Spearman to qiiis Steele and a bucket by game away. .-out the postseason for the third year in the Jets, has one year left on his contake a51-43edge. Dunton with 1:31 to play, Baker dropped to 3-8 on arow, leaving coach Rex Ryan's future in tract and remains popular with his
A transition basket by and the Vikings never got the year with the loss. doubt. players.

VIKINGS GO UNBEATEN Cowboys' Romo out for year

The Associated Press he tripped over his foot year coach Chip Kelly. The
while trying to escape pres- Cowboys (8-7) want to
IRVING, Texas Tony sure earlier in the fourth end a three-year playoff Romo's season is over, and quarter. drought and avoid a third
the Dallas Cowboys will "He might have had his 8-8 finish in Gafrett's three have to win without their finest hour against the full seasons as coach. star quarterback in a third Redskins last week, what Dallas will have to do straight playoffs-or-bust he did at the end of that it without its defensive finale. ballgame under the cir- leader, too.
Coach Jason Garrett said cumstances," Garrett said. Linebacker Sean Lee Romo had back surgery "Pretty special." will miss his third straight
Friday, and Kyle Orton will Romo lost the past two game with a sprained neck. start when. Dallas faces, winner-take-all finales He'll wind up sidelined for Philadelphia on Sunday to the NewYork Giants two five of the last six regularSUBMITTED PHOTO night with the NFC East ti- years ago and Washington season games. He was out heintfinished undefeated at 7-0 to win the MERE Junior le and a postseason berth last season. He.lso lost to for two with a hamstring
heVikings on the line. the Eagles in ihi same situ- injury.
Tackle football league. The players are Lamarion Bell, Tristan Garrett said Romo under- ation in 2008 and fiow will "You have this picture of
I Bozeman, Christopher Gay, Pender Johnson, Cooper Large, went treatment all week in miss a chance to improve how the season is going to
hopes of playing after in- his 1-6 record in elimina- go and two years in a row, Cole Maddox, Ryder McDaniel, Joey Myhill, Wesley Rodgers, Jaxson juring his back in a season- tion games. it doesn't go the right way
Beach, Caleb Callahan, DaVeon Gilbert, Cary Griffin, Dequarion saving 24-23 victory against "He's devastated," Ga- from a personal standPiftman, Deshon Pollock, Tre'Vyon Johnson, Carter Large, Jaylon Washington. The winning rett said. "Devastated. Hepon,..omt; from a physical
touchdown came after the puts a lot into this."' 'standpoint," Lee said. "I'm Lucious, John Maddox, Al Porte, Scotty Williams, Joseph Yuricek, injury on Romo's fourth- Philadelphia (9-6) is try- just trying to stay positive,
Lane Gullett, and Maddy Hendrix. Coaches are Mark Beach, Bryan down pass to DeMarco Mur- ing to complete a worst- trying to help out any way
ray in the final 2 minutes. to-first turnaround from I can, but I hate not being Romo hurt himself when a 4-12 season under first- on the football field."

Chiefs' Daniel, other bacups ready for chance to play

The Associated Press six. And any positive vibes has said only that he to entering the postseason
that came with 'back-to- plans to "mix'and match" on a roll.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.-The back wins over Waishing- his players Sunday, lead- One player almost cerChiefs are paying Chase 'ton and Oakland may have ing to some heated wa- lain to get the weekend off'
Daniel more than $4 mil- evaporated in a 23-7 rout ter-cooler' discussions is linebacker Tamba Hali,
lin n alryan bnueslast weekend by the Colts, about who should be held who missed practice again this season, yet the backup ' a potential first-round out. Thursday with swelling
quarterback has not tak- playoff Opponent. Jamaal Charles? Proba- in his knee. Otherwise, all
ing a meaningful snap in a ... : So while most of the bly. There maiy be no more bets are off..
game. ",k starters will, likely sit out valuable player to the Daniel played, earlier this
There' an-agumen to the majority of this one, it Chiefs, let alone any other~ season in mop-up duty
bermae tat acmet wnt ,. 4-j could beup toDaniel and team in the NFL. 'against the Redskins and
change Sunday, when the i i a slew of backups to give Alex Smith? Possibly. He's Raiders, and the results
Chiefs head to San Di- : =,,Kansas City some mo-' coming off a miserable were forgettable. He was
ego to play a game that mentum headed into the performance against the 4-of-8 for 48 yards with
can't affect their playoff postseason., Colts, and said this week no touchdowns and an
situation. Kansas City is' 'THEASSOCIATE PRESS "My mindset going in is, that there's some benefit interception.
already locked into the Kanss City quarterback Chase Daniel Passes the ball against t rpr ietesatr
No. 5 seed and is merely th .a.ntn esisi Lnoe.,oD. 8.just as I have my entire cawaiting to find out who gument to be made that very important. reer," Daniel said. "Hopeit will face the following every snap Daniel takes After winning their first fully I'll get to play a little
weekend. -and it stands to reason nine games, 'the Chiefs bit.""

NFL Briefs ......
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will miss game to last Sunday's matchup to reir 2003. He earned three Pro Closed New ,Year's Day (:"
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JACKSONVILLE -The coach Gus Bradley said ALAMEDA, Calif. Fora seasons in Oakland and J''YCW ,ear...........
Jacksonville Jaguars will Friday that Hayes will mer All-Pro cornerback was a first-team All-Pro'in '9m-Mdih be without two defensive have his knee scoped. Nnamdi Asonmugha will 2008 and 2010. 9m-Mdih
starters for Sunday's sea- The coach says, "We 'retire after 11 years in the Asomugha struggled' $2 ero r 4. cul
son finale at Indianapolis. were trying to get him to NFL. after joining Philadelphia $15 for children with couple
LinebackerGeno Hayes come back but there's too The Raiders Said Aso- as a high-profile free agent Kids .3 and under are free /
(knee) will miss hi's second much going onand that's mugha will announce his in 2011. 'This includes: Bowling, shoe rental,
straight game and cor- the best thing for himr.". retirement officially at a After two seasons with
,nerback DwayneGratz. 'Bradley indicated that news conference at team the Eagles, Asomugha maze, putt-putt AND fingerfoods! "'v
(ankle), Who has started 'neither Hayes nor Gratz headquarters Friday. played three games with We will also have a toast at Midnight.
seven consecutive games, would be placed On IR. Asomugha had his San Francisco this season ,Reservations are,
will miss the contest Gratz suffered an ankle greatest success in the before being cut last I, recommended!!'
against the Colts. injury in last Sunday's NFL with the Raiders after month. ""-A,
/ Hayes had started all 14 .game against Tennessee. being drafted in the first From wire reports


College Football Bowl Roundup

North Carolina rolls to Belk,, Bowl victory.%..

The Associated Press

-The North Carolina Tar

Heels have broken their
Belk Bowl jinx.
T.J. Logan returned a
kickoff 78 yards for a touchdown, and Ryan Switzer THEASSOCIATDPRESS
scored on an 86-yard punt ~ ~. Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees (11) throws a pass as lineman Mark Harrell (75) blocks
return to help North Caro- Rutgers' Marcus Thompson (48) during the first half of the Pinstripe Bowl on Saturday at
lina beat Cincinnati 39-17 Yankee Stadium in New York. Notre Dame won 29-16.
on Saturday for its first
Belk Bowl victory in four
attempts. Marquise Williams threw
for 171 yards and a touch- R gnP s i B
down for the Tar Heels (7- THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
6) in their first bowl victory- Cincinnati's Brendon Kay (center) is sacked In the end zone R utgers m I iiistripe since 2010. for a safety by North Carolina's Brandon Ellerbe (right)'and
Romar Morris scored on Kareem Martin (back) during the first half of the Belk Bowl in The Associated Press interception.
two short touchdown runs Charlotte, N.C., on Saturday. Twice Notre Dame put together
and Jack Tabb caught a North Carolina came Brandon Ellerbe and Ka- NEW YORK Tommy Rees passed double-digit play drives that ended in touchdown pass as the Tar in having lost its previ- reem Martin sacked Kay in for 319 yards in his final college game, short field goals for Brindza. A 15-play, Heels (7-6) closed the season ous three in-state Belk the end zone for a safety Kyle Brindza kicked five field goals and 90-yard march that started in the third by winning six of their final Bowl appearances, but the first of three sacks in No. 25 Notre Dame muddled through a quarter and ended in the fourth with seven games under second- bolted to a 23-3 halftime the opening half. 29-16 victory against Rutgers in the Pin- Brindza's 25-yarder made it 19-13 Notre
year coach Larry Fedora. lead behind a pair of long On the ensuing kickoff, stripe Bowl on Saturday. Dame with 12:46 left.
Cincinnati (9-4) waslook- touchdown drives led by Logan put the Tar Heels The Fighting Irish (9-4) finished their Brindza's third field goal, a 26-yarder ing to become the bowl's Williams and Logan's nifty in control by fielding the follow-up season to last year's run to with 6:03 left in the third quarter, gave first back-to-back cham- kickoff return. kickoff near the left side- the national championship game a long Notre Dame a 16-13 lead after the
pion since Virginia did it The Tar Heels dominated line, getting a block on the way from the BCS against a two-touch- Irish caught a break. Brindza had missed 10 years ago, but last year's from the opening kickoff, inside and bolting up the down underdog trying to avoid a losing from 36 yards but Rutgers was flagged MVP Brandon Kay was taking a 7-0 lead midway middle of the field for a record. for running into the kicker to give him a
limited to 181 yards pass- through the first quarter, touchdown. Notre Dame's TJ Jones scored on an 8- second, easier, try.
ing and no touchdowns. moving the ball 68 yards Williams made it 23-3 in yard run in the first quarter and Rutgers Notre Dame improved to 17-6-3 at The Tar Heels had five in 11 plays behind a no- the second quarter, hitting star Brandon Coleman answered with Yankee Stadium, though this ballpark sacks, including one for a huddle offense with Morris Tabb on a quick slant for a a 14-yard touchdown catch soon after. in the Bronx is only a few years old safety. scoring on a 2-yard run. 3-yard touchdown strike. Tarean Folston's 3-yard touchdown run and across the street from where the
with 3:38 in the fourth made-it 26-16 original House that, Ruth built sat for and finally gave the Irish a comfortable decades.
lead. The Fighting Irish played the first
On. the slick, cold turf at Yankee Sta- football game in the new stadium bdck dium, the Pinstripe Bowl turned into a in 2010.
fo r M i it ry B o w v ct ry field-goallkicking contest. Brindza was 5 Rees, a freshman then, helped the
6. Kyle Federico made 3 of 3 for the Irish beat Army and got to use Derek
Scarlet Knights (6-7). Jeter's locker. Called upon to lead the
The Irish' dominated in yards (494- Irish this year after Everett Golson was 237) and time of possession (38:49) suspended from school for academic The Associated Press but its underappreciated 14-for-24 for 197 yards but bogged down in the red zone cheating, Rees surpassed 3,000 yards defense played a huge role After a whirlwind first repeatedly through the air and became one of the
ANNAPOLIS, Md. Ra- in this one. half that produced 30 Rees closed a college career packed most prolific passers in school history,
keem Cato threw for 337 Maryland (7-6) scored points and 24 first downs, with both memorable and forgettable making the most of his limited physical yards and three touch- only one touchdown af- the teams settled into a de- moments with a solid performance, go- tools. downs, and Marshall used ter halftime, and A.J. fensive struggle in the third ing 27-for-47. Rutgers heads to the Big Ten next
two fourth-quarter scores Leggett followed Cato's quarter. Each of the first The senior has been "The Closer," ral- year, leaving the American Athletic to rally past Maryland 31-20 final 'TD pass with an in- four possessions ended in lying Notre Dame to victories with late Conference (the former Big East) ,beFriday in the Military Bowl. terception to set off a cel- punts, but on the last one drives, and "Turnover Tommy," making hind for much tougher competition.
The Thundering Herd ebration among the huge Marshall pinned the Terra- crushing mistakes at the most inoppor- The Scarlet Knights head to their new
(10-4) trailed 20-17 before gathering of Marshall pins on their own 1. tune times during four seasons in South league coming off their first losing Cato brought them back. fans among the crowd of In the same situation ear- Bend. season since 2010 and just the secAfter directing a 63-yard 30,163. lier in the game, Maryland Against one of the worst pass defenses ond in the last nine years. Coach Kyle
march to put Marshall up Making its first bowl ap- ran three times for 2 yards in the nation on Saturday, Rees' greatest Flood will need to show immediate 24-20 with 12:05 left, Cato Pearance under third-year and punted. This time, the accomplishment was not throwing an improvement. clinched it with an 8-yard coach Randy Edsall, Mary- Terrapins put together a touchdown throw to Gator land closed out its associa- 17-play drive that included Hoskins with 3:42 to play. tion with the Atlantic Coast a pair of fourth down conCato completed 28-of-44 Conference by falling to versions and lasted for 7 Wa hingtonholdsoffBY J
passes with no inter- the runner-up in Confer- minutes, 44 seconds. The ceptions to help Mar- ence USA. The Terrapins 99-yard march ended with 1 i ht' r B o
shall reach double digits will join the Big Ten next a 2-yard pass from Brown in wins for the first time year. to tight end Dave Stine- n A.t Hn e Bw
since 2002. The Thunder- Brandon Ross rushed baugh, giving Maryland ing Herd came in averag- for 116 yards for Mary- a 20-17 lead with 14:56 The Associated Press at Southern California: Chris Petersen
ing 43 points per game, land, and C.J. Brown went left. was hired away from Boise State to iake
SAN FRANCISCO Bishop Sankey over at Washington and quarterbacks ran for 95 yards and two scores to tie coach Marques Tuiasosopo coached Washington's career touchdown record the bowl game on an. interim basis. The and the Huskies went on to beat BYU Huskies won just their second bowl 31-16 in the Fight Hunger Bowl on Fri- game since Thiasosopd led them to that day night. Rose Bowl win over Putrdue 13 years
~'. ~ *.Keith Price added a 16-yard TD ago.
,~ *,,,pass to Austin Seferian-Jenkins, and The defense led thae way this gamne,
John Ross returned a kick 100 yards holding the Cougars to four field for another score to help the Huskies goal attempts and one touchdown (9-4) win ,their most games since go- on five drives inside the Huskies ing 11-1 and winning the Rose Bowl in 30. '
2000. The Huskies were much more efficient
~~. Taysom Hill threw for 293 yards and on their scoring drives with Sankeyscorran for 133 yards and a score for the ing on'a pair of 11-yard runs in the first ,Cougars (8-5), who had their four- half to give him 38 career touchdowns, game bowl winning streak snapped. tying the school record held by George Justin Sorensen kicked three field Wilson (1923-25). goals but also missed one in the third Price then led a' touchdown drive to quarter after an interception by Rob- open the third' quarter, capping it with ertson Daniel gave BYUJ prime field a w, ell-placed throw to Seferian-Jenkins position, on third-and-8 to make it 28-16. Price
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The game capped a whirlwind month. went 17-for-23 for 123 yards before Marylandlquarterback C.J. Brown (left) runs the ball against Marshall safety A.J. Leggett in the for the'Huskies that began with coach leaving with an apparent rib injury in first half of the Military Bowl on Friday in Annapolis, Md. Steve Sarkisian leaving for the same job the second half.

Syracuse rafles late for Texas Bowl .win

The'Associated Press "It would have nice if we "We probably out-punt- boost to start the second could, have just knocked ed our coverage, Minne- half when Kill returned to HOUSTON -. Syracuse them out and won by 17 sota coach Jerry Kill said. the sideline for the first//1 coach Scott Shafer wishes or something," Shafer said. Syracuse (7-6) led 1.4-3 time since Sept. 28 beforehis team could have held "That's kidnd of not our way entering the fourth quar- Syracuse came back to 'its big lead over Minnesota this year. I think it was ap- ter before Mitch Leidner send the Gophers to their and cruised to an easy win propriate that we won in' threW two touchdown sixth consecutive bowl loss in the Texas Bowl on Friday that fashion."' passes and a 2-point con- and second straight in this "
night. Brisly Estime set up version tQ put the Gophers bowl.
But he found it' fitting Hunt's touchdown with a up 17-14. Kill began the game in
that the Orange had to eke 70-yard 'punt return. Es- After the Orange re- the press box, where he out the victory consider- time would have scored if gainedthe lead, Minnesota has observed his team a ing the number of close not for a tackle by punter attempted two long passes since returning from a games they played this Peter Morteli. to the end zone on the fi- leave of absence because
season. "Brisly is-a quick as a jit- nal plays. The first 'slipped of epilepsy. Kill has had five .
Terrel Hunt scrambled terbug," shafer said. "We through Drew Wolitarsky's seizures on game day in 12 yards for a touchdown felt that he could give us arms and the second, as two-plus seasons at Min- I
with 1:14 remaining to something." time expired,' was knocked nesota. He took the leave
lift Syracuse to a 21-17 It was the second-lon- down near the end of absence in October and victory over the Golden gest punt return in Texas zone. returned a couple of weeks ;i li
Gophers. Bowl history. Minnesota (8-5) got a later.K


Living with snake haters ain't easy

S outherners, particu- as well. Ernie was always beneath his seat. He fired between his feet Lifting "You didnt think I was
lady those of the out- an ill-tempered sort and six successive rounds into it from the water, he dis- gonna let that sorry sondoor persuasion, are prone to beat up on me the boat's flooring, scaring covered a three-foot water of-a-gun take our fish did
quite familiar with snakes. for far less-serious infrac- the unwelcome passenger moccasin (for real this you?"
Down here, old No-Shoul- tions. An infraction as dire out of its wits and back time) with its teeth imbed- Back at the truck, Clete
ders slithers about pretty as snake-in-the-britches into the water. ded in one of our previous continued to act as if the
much year round. added a large stick to my Snake problem thus catches. whole thing was no big
I've even stumbled consequences. "solved," we next turned In uncharacteristic fash- deal. He was still quite
upon the occasional Bob orne y Snake haters seem to our attention to our bul- ion and with incredible collected when he said,
rattlesnake sunning near Outdoors Columnist have one thing in com- let-riddled and sinking calm and coolbravado, "Old buddy, you know that its den in quite frigid ic in his thinking. It makes mon. In the presence of vessel. Instead of sharing he reached down and pistol youmade me leave temperatures. lust the little difference to him a snake any reason they a boat with one offending grabbed the "trespasser" in the glove compartment
other day, for instance, I if an individual snake is otherwise possess com- serpent, we soon found behind its ugly, sinister- today?"
came upon a sizable water venomous or non-venom- pletely escapes them. My ourselves sharing apond looking head. I looked "Uh huh," I replied.
moccasin on the rocks ous, potentially dangerous buddyCletus Monroe, with untold dozens. Please on in astonishment as he "Reach in there and get
atWalter E George Dam or utterly harmless. His at- whosesense of reason note: An unarmed snake tightened his grip and in it."
on the Chattahoochee titude is a snake is a snake is marginal at best, is an hater makes much more vise-like fashion slowly "Why?"'
River. Temperature: 46 is a snake. Period. example. preferable company than and deliberately choked "I want you to take it and
degrees. My childhood friend Er-. Whilefishing a few years an armed one. the snake to death. Toss- shoot me right'between
A few of us, of course, nie became forever petri- ago, Clete and I paddled Snakes have other ways ing the deceased fish thief the eyes."
adapt pretty well to snakes fled over the mere thought our johnboat beneath a of making outdoor excur- aside, Clete calmhnly arose, "What? Man, you're
and develop, a live-and- of all things "snakey" the bankside willow tree and sions memorable. One gathered his gear and said, crazy!",
let-live attitude of vigilant day a large gray rat snake accidentally dislodged a morning Clete and I were "Let's go." "You got that right,"
avoidance. Others, how- showed up inside his over- snake, which fell into the settled on a creek bank, Too dumbfounded to Clete avowed. "Way yonever, have a difficult time alls. The fact that Ernie boat between us. Clete happily catching and reply, I picked up my own der too crazy to be runnin'
getting past the feeling was occupying the overalls mistook the harmless stringing up a fine mess equipment and followed around loose!"
of sheer terror a legless at the time made it that brown water snake for a of bluegills, redbreasts him to the truck. When I For the record, I didn't reptile can induce. much worse for him. The cottonmouth (not that it and bullheads. My buddy was at last able to speak, do it. Also for the record,
Aperson truly afraid of fact that I put the snake would have mattered) and unhooked a hand-size I said, "I'm not believing I've questioned that
snakes is usually devoid of there in the first place snatched a fully-loaded bream and reached for you did that." decision many times
logic and quite nonspecif- made it pretty bad for me .38 caliber revolver from the rapidly filling stringer "Why?" Clete asked. hence.

Beatdown A pull-up jumper by Williams mo- oni 1a1Fshing Report
d w n1 ~ ments later gave the Bulldogs their
first 30-point lead of thenight, with a NO. 2 Syracuse rallies past Lake Seminole and white bass bite going
FromPage 1B baseline jumper by Clemmons, four No. 8 Villanova Bass are good. Many on up the creeks as well.
they continue to show improvement straight points by Copeland, and an- are holding in deeper Use Rat-L-Traps and
each game. They just keep risingto other basket inside by Johnsoli cap- SYRACUSE, N.Y.-- Trevor creeks around old stand-, otherlip-less:crankbaits.
the challenge." ping the run to make it 70-39. Cooney scored 21 points, Tyler ing timber. Drop-shot Deep-water crapThe win over Godby was the lat" It was an overwhelming effort for Ennis had20 and CJ. Fair added rigs fished on spinning pies arefair along the 17 Saturday rsafihedonpining pie Sr- akl s agodreo- dee fare anntels
est in a pretty impressive line of the Bulldogs, who appear to be gain- 17 Saturday, rallying No. 2 Syra- tackle is a good reco- deeper creek channels
quality wins for Marianna that in- ing steam and confidence with each cuse past No. Villanova 78-62 mended technique for and around submerged cludes Rutherford, Pensacola Cath- successive victory. in a game between two of nine these areas. Texas-rigged structure. Minnows are
unbeaten teams left in Division
olic, Bay High, Florida High and "As a whole, I like how the guys unbeaten teams left Division 6-inchworms are also the best bet.
Malone. competed tonight," Blanton said. good bait choices Deep- Laked
B3ut none of those victories were as "We shared the ball and played good Syracuse (12-0) was the third nmng crankbaits are- ake Andrews/
emphatic as Friday's triumph; as the defense. I just hope we stay humble unbeaten ranked team the also paying off near the Chattahoochee River Bulldogs punished seemingly every ard focused and continue to work Wildcats (11-1) had faced this bends of old creek chan- For bass, move into the
Cougar miscue on offense with a hard individually and collectively season. nels. The larger fish are main river and fish the
quick transition basket at the other We still have a lot of work to do and VKsas its frst lova handedss of the seasNo. 2 being taken on crank- ledges with jig-and-pig
end. we can still improve in several areas. Kansas its first loss of the season baits right now. At pres- combos. Fish slowly and
A transition dunk by Herman Wil- 'But we're playing very well. I just a month ago in the semifinals of ent, the key is to locate try to get the bait directly
liams fittingly started the decisive hope it will continue when it mat- the Battle 4 Atantis and came the schools of shad that into the concentrations 33-10 run for MHS, with another ters the most." back the next night and defeated have been driven deep of fish. Most fish are
dunk by Williams following a Godby Williams finished with 20 points No. 23 Iowa in overtime. by the cool weather. coming from ledges in
turnover making it 43-29. and 12 rebounds for the Bulldogs, Villanova dropped to 1316 Crappies have been spots where current flow
A driving bucket byJamel Johnson, with Johnson and Copeland each against Syracuse in the Carrier very good in deep water is at a minimum, and
a two-handed follow jam by Trey scoring 13 points, with Copeland Dome, the best mark of any Target the Flint River at ledges near the banks
Clemmons, and a transition bucket making all six shots attempts on the team that's played 1.0 games depths of 10 to 20 feet are the best.bets. Deeper from Johnson capped a run of 14 night. under the Orange's Teflon roof, and use minnows. Sev- tributaries may also hold
straight,points to end the period to Clemmons also had a double-dou- and 4-5 since Jay Wright took eral large catches hae a few bass that will fall give the Bulldogs a 51-29 edge. ble with 10 points and 10 rebounds, over as coach of the Wildcats in been reported. for a slowly presented The Bulldogs kept pouring it on while Baker scored eight points. 2001. There are few positive Carolina-rig.
in the fourth quarter with Roderick Shaquille Jackson led Godby with James Bell hit a career-high reports of other species Crappiesare slow in Copeland smashing home a two- 16 points and Londell King had six 3-pointers and matched his atpresent. themainmrun ofthe river,
handed dunk followed by a deep 10. career high with 25 points to lead but some fair ca tches '
three-pointer from Williams and yet The Bulldogs were scheduled to Villanova before fouling out with Lake Eufaula may be taken from deepanother two-handed jam by Cope- take on East Hall (Ga.) on Saturday 1:42 left. Bass are fair. Buzzbaits er structure near some of
land to make it 60-31. in Graceville at 1:30 p.m. From wire reports and spinnerbaits have the creek mouths.
been working pretty well Some bank fishermen
in areas where school- have taken some crapit 56-56. connect on his final heave his club a boost of confi- ing fish have driven shad pies from the tailwater
P ates But Williams scored on as time expired. dence going forward. into shallowlocations areas of both dams.
another offensive put- Paxton Dixon finished "It helps," he said. "We've up the creeks. Shallows In both places, use From Page lB back to put the Pirates with 16 points to lead the been beaten down where where grass ispres- minnows.
by Darius Williams, but back up andKyle Commo- Seahawks, who fell to 6-7 we start questioning our- ent are the best places A few hybrids will hold South Walton answered dore made it a four-point with the loss, while Ross selves. We question the to target. For larger on the main river ledges with a 14-5 close to the lead with a score with 43 Martin had 14, Ciurleo 11 players, question the fish, try flipping jigs in with the largemouths period to draw to within seconds to play. and Grant Burden 10. coaches, question every- submerged brush and this timeofyear. While
three at 45-42. Athree-pointerbyCiurleo Williams added 10 points thing. We're trying to figure flooded woody cover, bass fishing in these arThe Seahawks tied the cut it back to one at 60-59, for the Pirates, with Coin- out who we are and what The ledges continue to eas, try a vertically fished game on two separate oc- aad'the Seahawks had one modore scoring eight. we can be. But we're'ex- hold fish, but the bite 3/4-ounce jigging spoon casions in, the fourth after last chance to tie after a pair The Pirates are still well cited about the win., ', there has been sporadic. once in awhile. a pair of baskets by Vinnie of free throws by Williams below the .500 line at 2-9, Sneads was scheduled to Shallow creek flats may Tailwater catfish have Ciurleo, the last coming and Brown with 4.4 seconds but Hubbs said he hopes take on the Bozeman Bucks produce some fish on tailed off considerably, with 3:15 to play to make to go, but Ciurleo couldn't that Friday's win will give on Saturday at Graceville. jigs and spinnerbaits. and bream fishing is on .____ There is a fair hybrid hold until spring.

combined to 'shoot 22 free ing on the floor most of the they would get to catching M alone throw. Northview was 4- first half. "The second half Malone. I '
From B of-8, while Malone hit nine helped us. The slow pace Helping Baker pace
m Page of its 14 shots. allowed the clock to run." Malone was Johnson with'
a basket from Kendrith "We loveplayingfast, but Malone held the lead 16 points and Alonze BaiMitchell, but Baker closed with the foul trouble, itwas throughout the final stan- leywith 10. the quarter with two quick hard for us to," Welch said, za. The Cougars cut 'the A.J. Williams paced baskets to help Malone en. noting Baker and Johnson lead to 66-61 with 1:20 left, Northview with 16 while joy a 34-31 halftime lead. were fatigued from stay- but that was the closest Billy Ford added 10. Baker had 19 points in the
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Dear Annie: I am a married mother the ring I've already picked out. CAPRICORN (Dec. Oscar nominations voting starts
with two children, both in high school. Since I'm the one who has to buy the 22-Jan. 19) Jump on LOS ANGELES Oscar voters, start your ballots. ButI am in love with a man who is not ring and do the asking, I feel I should get any opportunities that Voting begins Friday for 2014's Academy Awards my husband of 21 years. "Harry" is my to pick the style. We can choose the wed- arise. Solving a problem nominees. Members of the Academy of Motion first love, and he came back into my life. ding bands together. Andif she changes or closing a deal will de- !, -V- Picture Arts and Sciences are invited to cast secret unexpectedly. He is also married, her mind about marrying me, she doesn't termine how far you will ballots for their favorite fim work from the.past
Neither of us is passionate or loving to- get to keep the ring, right? alvance.. ear ti an. 8, 2014.
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_ __f/_ 20% off Furniture UNEXPIRED BOXES
S30% off Accessories CALL BOB (334) 219-4697
WIRE 40% off Glassware OR850 7100189
_0 50% off Christmas Be your ownboss and partner with the ,
world's largest commercial Wanted: Old Coins, Gold,
W S 1: i cleaning franchise. $20K! Diamonds, Guns, And Tools
equipment, supplies, training and $5,000. West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671-1440. ,ed ew 0o ? in monthly customer included. ,ICLL E FO S
1-888- 273 S. 5& c. RN Program Textbooks Six books have never
SCheW out t C TIC4 been used and those that were factory shrink
plastic wrapped still are. At Chipola College
bookstore these 6 are sold in a bundle for $317
S + tax. 1. All-in-One Care Planning Resource
(3rd Ed.; 2. Comp. Review for NCLEX Exam (5th
OPPOTUNTg Ed.).; 3. Mosby's Nursing Drug Guide (10th Ed.)
g .; I4. Mosby's Med. Dictionary ofNursing (9th W heels Turni (14) Town Homes for Sale Ed.)5. Mosby's Diagnostic Test Ref (11 Ed.); 6.
Custom eBook Library for all the above.
1 block off circle, (Pageburst) Textbooks above are 2nd bundle
reat income & fully occu ed. for RN prog. @ Chipola. Also have 1st bundle
reatq ilsome never used all in excellent cond. (pd.
$734) other items required for program.
SF Would consider breaking bundle IF I could sell
with good down payment 2 or more to individual. Call 850-274-8776.
386-312-6363 4m
Beanie Babies- approx. 300 of all types of
Beanies, lots of bears.Excellent Condition
Consignment Shop in Dothan FOR SALE starting $3.00/eachor the BO for all
specializing in clothing & acc. for women. w/tags starting $3.each or the for all Well established with over 400 consignors of them 603-867-8219
100& a growing customer base, sales ofr ase Refrigerator Kenmore side by side, ice maker, l00K + yr. Unlimited potential for increase whtinclr$1085-2437 sales & expansion, Store fixtures, eqiup, white in color. $150.850-526-4237. & database Included, Will train new owner.
Leave message at 334-677-5113

Janitorial Business for sale
Equipment, training and 60K
annual gross $19,W500
4 504-915-1474 4 I

Split OakFirewood PEANUTS
Delivered in the Wiregrass! We also have
$75 For a Full Sized Pickup load. shelled peanuts
$12 for 5 Gallon bucket of kindling wood. 850-352-4423
S 334-393-9923 4 850-209-3322 or 50-573-6594
ih t. ii* i 4128 HW 231
AMF Playmaster Pool Table- Red felt 4x8. Very
good condition. All accessories included. Buyer responsible for moving. Located in Enterprise. $1750.00 OBO. Call or text 334-806-6004.


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Be auful Bermuda Coastal Hay is accepting applications for a Full Time C 334-791-0023 District Sales Manager
,oIld Hay forSale Panut Hay (wrapped), The duties include recruiting, training and maintaining a group of independent
ahlA&Coastal.56 + rolcontractors that will ensure good customer
Delivery available service for our product distribution.
This salary position works nights, weekends
and some holidays.
Top QualtyCoastal Bermuda The ideal candidate is dependable, has I'
Rolls reliable transportation, is a good
communicator, has good customer service
skills, works well under pressure, is able to
lift and carry 50 lbs, is able to multi-task
4 8502099145 4a and prioritize work.
PATURES & STLS We offer a full benefit package that includes,
medical, dental, 401K and paid vacation.
MA ooxIFARMS EOE/M/F/D/V. Pre-employment drug and
background screen required.
K Horse Boarding You may apply online at
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& HVAC! The Dothan Eagle, a 26,000 daily newspaper located in Dothan, Al, is seeking a superstar
39 Call FortisCollege 85S-445-3276 Managing Editor. We are a BH Media company located in Southeast Al just 80 miles from
For consumer info: visit the sugar white -beaches on the Gulf of Mexico. We have sister weekly and daily publications
in Marianna Florida, Enterprise Al, Eufaula Al, and Opelika, Al. The paper seeksa deadlineLO\ YM NT% K RESID~ttAL orented all-purpose editor with a strong passion for local content. The position requires
REAL lS TEF-- RENT competency,and experience in all areas including staff supervision, reporting, editing,
TRNP O & page design, social media, photography and online news presentation.
1/1apt. near Blue Springs $525/month;
Class A CDL $40/deposit Call Joanne 850693-0570. a Candidates must have a proven track record of successfully managing day to day
DBR/*1/z 13A "....m .. 'Fo Rn In operations of an active newsroom.
dR die ly R solid community relations and a passion for both digital and print journalism.
Needed Immediately Cedar Creek Apartments 1BR/1BA $500
Wiregrass -,Local Wiregrass Hauling Appliances, lawn care & pest control included. i You must demonstrate extremely innovative thinking all while maintaining a good
0 3 years min. driving history Must be 62 or'older or disabled. Call 850-352- sense of humor and positive attitude.
withDumprailr Exeriece3878 or email
w DUPLE,- n 3 rnc7o LEE S, The ideal candidate will have at least TEN years experience in journalism with a
*Home nights *minimum of five years of experience as an assigning and supervising editor.
Apply ONLY online at: Huge 6BR/4BA Home for rent in Marianna, DEPl newspape near of experience i a ust.
,.....,..erJA LIruc; GREAT HOME FOR MULTI FAMILIES 2 kitch- U Daily newspaper newsroom and digital media experience is a must.
ens, 2 dining, 3 living, plenty of storage, Strong ability to meet deadlines consistently and perform under pressure.
Perdido Trucking barn,huge fenced pool.Will consider separating into individual apartments. No Contract. 3 Journalism degree from a reputable college or university. Service, LLC CRSMSPEIAL $10 OF DEPOSIT
251-470-0355 111/4 Mile. From Wal-Mart 850-544-0440 1,
HOUSES UNFUNISHED The paper offers an outstanding benefits package that
1Driver & 2BR Apartments In Marianna includes vacation, quality health insurance and a 401K plan.
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Apartments DISTRICT (BID NUMBER 14B-003)
Quality Homes & Busitm n ss 2HORTWN. 347286 ThNotwsFlrdWaeMngmntRL 'STIATE3
850- 526-3355 or I ALSO SELL USED PARTS The Northwest Florida Water Management
"Property M I s" 24 HOUR TOWING. 334-792-8664 District, 81 Water Management Drive, Havana, 5035 Hwy 90 Marianna, 9 FL 32446
Convenience! W. Dothan Florida 32333-4712, will receive sealed bids up
Just off Main/Westgate' Chad's Used & to the 2:00 P.M. EST opening time on January Cresh Harrison, Broker, 850482-1700
3/,-600 SF, large fenced _1f"o"p Ca' sd& 16, 2014, to conduct pine timber seed tree cut e#854210
yard. $900. 334-596-0461 Salvage Cars LLC and pine timber clearcut harvests on a per ton Stacy Borges, Realtor, 850-5731990
PAYS TOP DOLLAR $$$ basis for the sale of two timber stands (totalLease/Option To Buy 3/2 hardwood floors, for you Junk Vehicals ing approximately 82 acres) located in Jackson Julie Miles, Realtor 850-693-35
CH&A 2940 Dogwood St close to Riverside ., WE WILL COME AND HAUL 4. County, Florida. A small quantity of hardwood
school. $875. mo. ol 850-718-6541 Chad Gibson 334-684-8481 or 334-588-0047 timber residing within these pine timber stands
__is also included in this sale. LO YOUR
Got a Clunker : All bids must conform to the instructions in the HEREI Several
Wooded Lots
&3 bedroommobileHomesinCondale. WebeyorInvitation to Bid (TB). Interested parties may 7- in Marianna.
We'll be your Junker obtain a copy of the complete ITB package at Choose from 2,
$500 and Up, H20, garbage, sewer included. 1.20 Acre lots for
hLt:/ charoscounrylviig~com. We buy wrecked cars the above address, by calling (850) 539-5999, or $./.120 EACotsH.
,,,tt,., 50W ,04 ', and Farm Equip. at a- visiting the District's website at www.nwfwmd. OR a 3.45 acre
fair and honest price! or the state Vendor Bid System purchase as a whole for $35,000 or Can be purchased
2 & 3BR Mobile Homes in Cottondale. $ 250& Cm 3 1s througls the BUSINESS link at n 3 1.05+/- lots Each for $15,000. Located close to
No PETSCoinet CA through th BSIES lnkatMyloidtcm the High School and In an established neighborhoods
NO PETS CH&A $325- $504/Month CALL 334714-6285 The bid opening is open to the public. Provi 8I12~15 r L uu sions will be made to accommodate the handi- -, 850-638-8570 Leave Message ------- -- capped (if requested) provided the District isATTRACTIVE
r, cape (i ent est o tvha e otric HOME INSIDE AND 0UTI
........ i*Wetebuy nrdckeds m[ given at least 72 hours advance notice. 4/31/2 with almost 2700
3/2O loae in Snad $375.~ll~~j i sq ft under air! Relax an
.3/ 850-573-0308 4m Rn" o ot ,, All bids must comply with applicable Florida the wraparound .porch.
... '334-794-9574 r, :_ 1-4714,., ,,/ Statutes. Large' fenced backyard,

Small QuietFamilyoriented Park 1,2 & 3R rS e1632 gunite pool, Hardwood floors on the first floor! The kitchen
[ Sinali Quiet Famflyoene PaI i1 & 3BR is large with plent r of countertop AND cabinet spaces Large center
MH's for Rent includes water, garbage, N OF ACTION
I LL" BUY ,OUR'AR island and breakfast area! There is an air conditioned game room or
lawn care, No Pets 850-592-1639 WE LF16033 5th bedroom and half bath over the detached garage. MLS #248338
millions Qoitllrs on hand to pay you good.4/wihams C IN AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY 412 with almost
L_ CIIL DIISION1700 sci ft under
____1______________1________, __I =1 e;i t CASE NO. 32-2010-CA-000857 original hardwood
Jaco 2008 Jay Flight G2 series, travel trailer & flooral The Family
22 ft. Bunk House, lots of storage,TV with f pi'lisin WELLS FARGO DELAWARE.TRUST COMPANY, room can be easily converted to a 5th bedroom if needed!
surround sound & DVD, microwave, gas or L dealr. 497-7971 N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR VERICREST Great Spacious 1.80 acres!Brick'home has a newer 4 ton AC
OPPORTUNITY LOAN TRUST 2011- NPL1, unit This home can be offered as a sport sale! MLS #248281
elec. electric awning/lift, sleeps 6 OPOTNT LOAN. TRUS 201 N,-PL1, Plitif
# excellent condition. $9500. Call anytime P GREAT
850-638-9363 or 850-326-0124 vs. POSSIBILITIES in
this 4/2.5 POOL
*T HM & WILLIAMARRETT, et al. Home. Over 1800 Sq
hLEGALl N] ___l_ _I_] !____OTICES'] _"] WILLIAM J Ft: Needs some TLC
Defendant(s). But could. make the
perfect Family home.
Winnebago 1995 Vectra 33 ft. C/H&A, auto lev- LF160340 Located an 1.31
eling, Q-bed, new tires, batteries, frig. 7.5 Onan Acres! Call Today for
generator, Ig. awning, lots of storage in & out- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL information!
side, micr-convection oven combo, gas stove, CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR T
eor tot ceiling oerlooking the
Cargo Trailer enclosed 12ft long, less than YOU ARE HEREBY required to file your answer he c rd Theaeyt Boasts
Plaintff,18 ft ceilings, built in entertainment center and a granite see thru replace to
4000 miles, rear andsedoors ough in Patfor written defenses, if any, in the above pro- the sunroom. The Main Kitchen is a dream. Granite countertops with a center
Steer $2300. OBO 217-424-1033 ceeding with the Clerk of this Court, and to island with lots of upgraded cabinets! There is a 2 car attached garage with
VS. a bonus room which has central air and the detached garage is large enough
serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attor- to store your toys! There is also another bedroom over the detached garage. Utility Trailer 6' x 10 x 4' mesh sided trailer ney, Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra, 9204
with tandem axles and brakes $1250. JAMES E. WILLIAMS Ill; LACIE D. WILLIAMS; KrF2V
334-699-2570 UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE King Palm Drive, Tampa, FIL 33619-1328, tele- MOVE IN READY
SUBJECT PROPERTY; phone (813) 915-8660, facsimile (813) 915-0559, Great 3/2 with over
Defendants. within thirty days of the first publication of this 1900 sq ft There is a
Dfendnts.Mother in Law guest
T Notice, the nature of this proceeding being a house! Large 1 acre lot
following described property, to wit: ewith a Huge Workshop
4~~~~~~ WHE"RV OMNEA H OTES ONRO Cormp letely remodeled
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF from floors to ceiling! Beautiful sunroom
Jeep 2000 Wrangler Sport. Red. four wheel Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated October SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, RANGE 9 overlookin nice backward! MLS #248896
drive with air conditioning, roll cage, aluminum 10, 2013, and entered in Case No. 32-2012-CA- WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE S LOCATED ON MERRITS
000713, of the Circuit Court of the 14th Judicial 00 DEGREES 44'05"W, FOR 4392.45 FEET; MILL PONDI Cony 2/1 with
wheels, hard top and soft top. Frame for soft THENCE N 69 DEGREES 58'37"W,' FOR 606.26ieosoerodglke
Circuit in and for JACKSON County, Florida. 0Lame Backyard with deck
top is installed. 140,000 miles but vehicle is in FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. THENCE
JPOGNCAEBN, AINLASCApertect fsrrlaxingl Kitchen great shape for age and miles. $5,200. TION is Plaintiff and JAMES E. WILLIAMS I11 CONTINUE N 69 DEGREES 58'37"W, FOR 236.26 pne ths have he
TIONis lainiffand AME E. ILLAMS ll;and baths have hod some 334-494-2430. LACIE D. WILLIAMS; UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN FEET; THENCE N 00 DEGREES 44' 05" E, FOR updates Living room and
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; are 204.78 FEET; THENCE 589 DEGREES 50'52"E Master bedroom overlook
S l l[] Ly, PSEIOOFTEUBETRPRT;aethe waterl Fireplace in
defendants. I will sell to the highest and best FOR 223.01 FEET; THENCE S 00 DEGREES the oi ro! MilS #247509
Corvette 2001 silver with black interior, new bidder for cash AT THE NORTH DOOR, at 4445 44'05"W, FOR 285.09 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEtires, Z06 brakes, low miles, many extras, LAFAYETTE STREET, MARIANNA in JACKSON GINNING, CONTAINING 1.25 ACRES MORE OR SEVERAL UPDATES IN
tirescodtin $1,0 O345559. CutFOIA346 t1:0AMo h LESS, A.KA LOT 1, BLOCK Q OF THE UNRE- THIS 312 Home with
6th day of February 24, the following descrl- CORDED SUBDIVISION OF WHISPERING PINES. 1322 sq ft! Front porch
______T__A_ _D_____bedproperty__s__e__forthindayio Februaryg- TOGETHER WITH AN INGRESS AND EGRESS to relax on. Carpet,
GOT__ 6hTGHEWIHAINRtile and wood flooring.
GO BD REIT bed property as set forth in said Final JudgA&$0 Down/st Payment, ment, to wit: EASEMENT; DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COM- Sunroom off the back.
Tax, Tag & Title Pass THE NE 1/4-OF THE SE 1/4 OF SECTION 16, TION 2, TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, RANGE 9 WEST, Sneads. With a Little TLC
Repo pass bankruptcy TJACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE S 00 DE- )thi home can be yours!
p LOVEWOOD ROAD. ALSO: THAT PART OFTHE 4/3.5 Brick home with over
moli, Call Steve Pope 334-803-9550 NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THENCE N 69 DEGREES 58'37" W, ALONG SAID. 2300 sq ft under air located on
SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, RANGE 13 RIGHT OF WAY FOR 606.6 FEET TO THE POINT 1.23 acres! Below ground Pool
Grand Marque 2008 leather seat 1-owner WEST, JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA, COM- OF BEGINNING OF A 60 FOOT EASEMENT LYING with nice patio area! Wood
low mileage, black w/gray int. new tires, MENCING AT AN IRON ROD AT THE NORTHEAST 30 FEET RIGHT AND LEFT OF THE FOLLOWING burning fireplace, Huge Kitchen
Garage kept looks like new 334-797-5151 CORNER OF SAID SE 1/4, THENCE N 88035'42" COURSES: N 00 DEGREES 44'05"E, FOR 285.09 with center island! Large
WADITNEO1360FETAOGTE FEET; THENCE NORTHEASTERLY 202.80 FEET Family room with formal Living
Honda 2009 Accord, 4 door, Super Sharp! Like W, A DISTANCE OF 1356.02 FEET ALONG THEE and Dining! Needs some TLC.
new, $200 down $249per. month. Call Ron Ellis NORTH LINE OF SAID SE 1/4, THENCE SCONCAVE
3 Lincoln 2007 MKZ CORNER AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING, 26'03"; THENCE S 89 DEGREES 50'52E, FOR 4/2 1/2, 2 story home with
Cover 1900 sq ft under air. The (Metallic Red), Cream THENCE S 88024'46" E, A DISTANCE OF 28.20 190.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF TERMINUS; SAID master bedroom is on the first
Leather, all power, sun FEET ALONG THE SOUTH R/W LINE OF POINT BEING THE CENTER OF A CUL-DE-SAC floor and all other 3 bedrooms
roof, dial-in door, cooled LOVEWOOD ROAD (CR 164) TO THE WEST LINE EASEMENT HAVING A RADIUS OF 50.00 FEET. are upstairs. This home sits
Ion a hill or a corner lot/ Very
and heated seats, navigation, new tires, new OF THE NE 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4 OP SECTION 16, private yard. Newer home with
battery. Only 70000 miles. Is in immaculate THENCE S 01009'55" W, A DISTANCE OF 232.00 If you fail to file your response or an- al the extras. MLS #248849
condition. $14,500. Call 334-693-2603 FEET ALONG SAID WEST LINE OF THE NE 1/4 OF swer, if any, in the above proceeding with theS
THE SE 1/4, THENCE N 88025'01" W, A DIS- Clerk of this Court, and to serve a copy thereof LOCATED ON A CORNERI Large
Mercury 2003 Grand Marquis 0/s 60K miles, upon the plaintiffs attorney, Law Offices of o3 or 4 Bedroom 3 bath home has
TANCE OF 28.51 FEET, THENCE N 01'14'24"~ E, A almost 1900 sq ft wonder air! The
loaded, light blue in color, exc cond. like new DISTANCE OF 232.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- Daniel C. Consuegra, 9204 King Palm Dr., Tam- Huge living room, with 2 Master
Michelin tires. $6250. 00 334-618-7682 GINNING. .pa, Florida 33619-1328, telephone (813) 915- bedrooms. Screened Porch,
Mihli irs 620*OO33-1-78 GNIN. 8660, facsimile (813) 915-0559, within thirty losadh.abatflbcyr
Call before 9pm A person claiming an interest in the surplus 8 Laondry Room. Sitting on 5 city
Nissan 2009 Altima. Good family car, great gas from the sale, if any, other than the property days of the first publication of this Notice, a de- with a 24x24 Outbuilding/Shop!
mileage, fully loaded, pwr windows, cruise, AT, owner as of the date of the lis pendens must dandedwinSold AS-IS. MLS #248168
AM-FM, CD. $250 down, $250 pe month. Call file a claim within 60 days after the sale.the SMALL FLOWING CREEK
Steve Hatcher 334-791-8243. DATED at JACKSON County this 4th day of a with a a13/2 sHome eWith
Nissan Altima 2013, low miles, Must Sell!! $200 Dae hs1t a fDcme,21 December, 2013. Kthnae oFml
down, $279 per month. Call Ron Ellis 334-714- DALE RABON GUTHRIE KitcheheCrci Cutln Loarea o 0amily.
0028. AsCeko adCutBy Tammy Bailey New gn market so call for
Pontiac 1999 Bonneville: cold AC, warm heat, Deputy ClerkLitPce
dependable, nice car, 151k miles, $2,995. By .Tammy Bailey
Call 334-792-8018 As Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs
Suzuki 2006 Forenza: White, 4-door sedan. *This Notice is proie purun toAmnsta any accommodation in order to patcpt n [ S~ENJOY 0BEAUTIFULsu AE
114,000 miles. New AC. Almost new tires. No tive Order No. 2.065. In accordance with the this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to 2/2 With apron 1344
wrecks. Body in good condition, only a couple Americans with the Disabilities Act, If you are a you, to the provision of certain assistance. 'Sq Ft. Screened porch of dig. $3,0 oo. 34'9-07 person with a disability who needs any accom- Please contact Court Administration at P.O.onVerlooking13'u Located~aei
Toyoa 211 amr SEPries re ut o Siht] modtio in rde toparicipte n tis ro- Box 826, Marianna, Florida, 32447. Phone numo o ta 201ls Cann se, pr ie s A Ou oeig t! m d a nin y o re re tte ,a o to pa ti ip te I ths p o er 850-718-0026, Em ail: AD~ q e t@ d14 f l an f0 acre Bus Lke. Pier y o r t n o y u o&A A e u j. a n d d c k t o f is h o n N e w
AM/M/DGret asmilag. 300don, the provision of certain assistance. Please courts. Hearing &Voice Impaired: 1 -800-955- sir market so call today
A/MCGetgsmlae$30dw, contact the ADA Coordinator by mail at P.O 8771 at least 7 days before your scheduled for prices
$300 per month. Call Steve Hatcher 334-791- 'Box 1089, Panama City, Florida 32402 or by court appearance, or immediately upon receiv- LARGE FAMILY
8243. phone at (850) 747-5338 at least seven (7) days ing this notification if the time before the HOME. True 4/3 Brick
*- ,. ,_!-before your scheduled court appearance, or scheduled appearance is less than. 7 days; if h.fomeB within a 3 oar
immediately upon receiving this notification if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. garage on 2.24
the imebefoe te shedued ppeaanc isacres. Over' 2900 1981 BMW Motorcycle R100RS 1000cc Red th.iebfr h chdldapaac ssq ft with a large
Smoke. Perfect condition, Many extras. $4,995. less than seven (7') days. If you are hearing irva- rom ora
Call 334-470-1972 or 470-1971. paired, please call 711. dining room and
., I L d ---q 21X16 Family room. Hardwood floors tlu out
2008 High Booster 1300 GSX Motorcycle Navy Submitted by: living areas anti bedrooms. MLS #248717.
Blue w/pipes baffled out and jet pipes. Nice, Kahane & Associates, P.A.
Only 7745 Miles. $7000. 850-573-4630. 8201 Peters Road, Ste,3000, Plantation, FL
METRIC BIG TWIN 2004 Suzuki Volusia 830 cc 33324
15k miles, garage kept, chromed out, over 4k in Telephone: (954) 382-3486, Telefacslmile: ,I ."
accessories, kick shifter, floorboards Vance (954) 382-5380 Dsgaes~cealntc@I ii cL S II D
and Hines pipes, windshield, driving lights,
crash bar, bags, factory sissy bar, see to appreciate, a stealat 3.5 k obo. 334-794-8709

~ Ford 1987 Bronco4x4
RUNS GREAT!! Good tires. 6
New Sears battery, rearAe
windoW motor, fuel gauge.
Brakes recentlY overhauled. Less than 10k
miles on major tune-up (including distributor,
plugs, wires, oxygen sensor, etc.) Been used as
my hunting camp truck the last 7 years Asking
$3,900. 334-750-5000

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debbieroneysit @IIi in Compass.Lake in s ithe Hills with an a L a n m k n of f MLS# 249141 Ths is a must see! Prigd r m g e aat $289,000 MILS #248914
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aotli bedroom ifrned ed . M LS# 248708 w $5 t000. r everything! This is a great display room, parts display
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