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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as: Sunday Floridan
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Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: August 19, 2010
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THURSDAY


County drills on disaster planning


BY MORGAN CARLSON
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
One day after communications in
Jackson County were shut down for six
hours, county agencies participated in
training to prepare for just that type of sit-
uation.
On Wednesday, Jackson County
Emergency Management held, a continuity
of operations ,exercise with 15 county
agencies participating.
The exercise was scheduled months ago,
and just happened to fall a day after a real
emergency in the county.
Representatives, from several county
agencies participated remotely by comput-
er and also at the Jackson County
Emergency Operations Center, according
tb Chris Floyd of Disaster Resistant
Communities Group, the company con-
tracted to conduct the exercise.
The exercise was designed to enhance
agencies' disaster plans and readiness.
Participants used a computer program to
go through 37 scenarios following a hypo-
thetical category 2 hurricane.


The exercise tested participants ability
to stay operational during these scenarios.
"A lot of people don't have good back
up plans," Floyd said.
"This makes them think through all of
the 'what ifs.'"
Participants entered responses to each
situation and will be given feedback fol-
lowing the exercise, which will include
corrective actions.
Floyd said there is a low probability of
things like Tuesday's situation happening,
but there are inexpensive ways to lessen
the effects.
Floyd suggested agencies set up remote
access voicemail systems that calls can be
routed to if the phone lines go down.
Some systems cost as little as $5 or $10
a month.
The voicemail systems would have pre-
recorded messages and prompts that
would help get information out during a
disaster.
This was just one inexpensive way for
agencies to prepare for a disaster situation
where communication is interrupted.
Officials from the county health depart-


ment, libraries, road department, tax col-
lector's office, .corrections department and
several schools participated in the exer-
cise.
The exercise is required and was fund-
ed by the U.S. Department of Homeland
Security, said Rodney Andreasen,
Jackson County Emergency Management
director.
Andreasen said everyone thinks disaster
situations will never happen here.
"Well, it happened," he said, adding it
only took one line being cut.
"We're so tied to the electric world,
when it's shut off it's like we're back in the
dark ages," Andreasen said.
Jackson County Emergency
Management was in contact with the state
yesterday by satellite phone. The office
was also in contact with TV stations, but
there was nothing to report, Andreasen
said.
Everyone in the county did a good job
handling yesterday's situation, Andreasen
said.
It is still not known who or what caused
the cut in the line, he said.


Kayak rental business gets county OK


BY MORGAN CARLSON
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County
Commission approved a use
agreement for a kayak rental and
excursion company to operate
from Spring Creek Park.
After a lengthy-discussion in a
regular meeting Tuesday, the com-
mission, voted 3-2 to approve the
agreement.
Chairman Jeremy Branch was
one of the three who voted in favor
of approving the agreement.
"I think it's a quality service and
enhancement to the park that we
can offer to the citizens of the
county," Branch said in a phone
interview Wednesday.
Commissioner. Willie Spires
voted against the agreement, say-
ing more thought needs to be put
into this decision.
"I personally feel if we are
going to offer those types of per-
missions, we need to let other peo-
ple who might be interested in
entrepreneurship know that the
county is allowing this to happen,"
Spires said Wednesday -
Spires said the offer should be
advertised and available to other
businesses.
The commission might revisit
the issue and change the procedure ,
for 2011. This is the first company '" ':
to ask for permission to use the
facility like this.
The commission could decide to .
take bids and contract out the serv-
ice, according to Jackson County
Parks and Recreation -Director
Chuck Hatcher.
River to Sea Excursions owner
Lawrence Elliot is pleased with the
commission's decision.
The use license agreement is in
effect until Dec. 31. Elliot will be
charged a one time $50 use fee.
Elliot said the fee was "more
than fair."
He is finalizing the paperwork
and working on getting a quote for
liability insurance. The county has
no liability for the business' opera-
tions.
"We look forward to serving the
community and offering a little Charles Thompson relaxes as he fishes at Spring Creek Thursday. The Jackson County Commission
something different, and we hope recently approved a use agreement for a private business to rent out kayaks at Spring Creek. Mark
it goes well," Elliott said. Skinner / Floridan,


HELPS summer program ends


William McFarland checks out a pair of
sneakers Monday at HELPS. Thirty-two
pairs of Nike shoes were donated to the
organization, to be given to area children.
- Mark Skinner / Floridan


BY MORGAN CARLSON
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
HELPS Summer Enrichment Program was
a success, said Angela McFarland, founder
of the non-profit organization established to
address poverty and low economic develop-
ment. N
The two-month program included academ-
ic enrichment, field trips, lunch and physical
activity for children in the county.
About 30 children from ages five to 13
attended the summer program each day.
Each day there was academic enrichment.
Subject areas included music theory, lan-
guage arts, math, science, history and
Spanish.
The various subjects were taught by
McFarland, a student volunteer from Chipola
College and a retired librarian.


Volunteers from the community came in to
teach the children about horticulture and gar-
dening.
The school board also partnered with
HELPS to provide lunch for the children
daily.
Other people in the community donated
food and drinks. Ice River Springs donated
1200 bottles of water.
Children were offered healthy snacks like
fresh fruit.
The donations were not limited to time and
food, however.
This week, 32 pairs of brand new Nike
sneakers were donated by an individual who
didn't want recognition.
He wanted to do something nice for the
children, so he went to Dothan and bought
See HELPS, Page 4A 1>


Woman

charged with

4 counts of

aggravated

assault
STAFF REPORT
A Marianna
woman is accused
of chasing and hit-
ting a vehicle
Tuesday night.
Marilyn Byrd,
41, of 3435 Marilyn
Hickory Hill Drive Byrd
in Marianna was
charged with four counts of
aggravated assault. .
Byrd reportedly started chasing
a vehicle in the area of Bumpnose
Road and U.S. Highway 90 in
Marianna.
The victims in the vehicle were
two females, ages 20 and 22, and
two males, ages 26 and 41,
according to an affidavit filed by
See ASSAULT, Page 4A >


Glass running

for county

commissioner
STAFF REPORT






Glass previously Howard
held the the Glass
District 2 seat
from 1998 to 2006. He lost the
election in 2006f to incumbent
Commissioner Edward
Crutchfield.
Glass was born and raised in
Cottondale High School.
Glass worked for the Jackson
County Road and Bridge
Department in road construction,
15 years, according 2006-to incumba pressnt
release announcing his election
bid.
While serving on the county
commission he completed the
resurfacing of Lovewood Road,
Peanut Road, Ezell Street, New
Hope Road, Macedonia Road,
Kynesville Highway, and Tanner
Road, and the pavinga- of
Henderson Road, Barber Road
and Damascus Loop, the release
stated.
Glass promised to "strive to see
that Jackson County is at the fore-
front to receive our share of any
and all programs available."
He stated he maintained a good
working relationship with the
commission in the past and will
continue to due so in the future if
elected.
elected.


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August 19 -"Thursday
The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold
out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in
the Jackson County Courthouse parking lot.
The state certified farmers' market accepts
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
The 2010 Peanut Field Day will be at the
Marianna North Florida Research and
Education Center starting with registration at
8 a.m. and ending with a sponsored lunch.
Field tours begin at 8:30 a.m. Topics include
disease and nematode control, new varieties,
crop rotation, and weed control. QEUs avail-
able at registration. Call 394-9124.
Fall registration for new and returning
Chipola College students is today, 8 a.m. to 6
p.m. Registration continues through Aug. 20.
Classes begin Aug. 23. Call 718-2311, or visit
www.chipola.edu.
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.,
Marianna, is having a half-off sale on all
jeans, shirts, shoes, women's purses and Ty
Beanie Babies. Also, buy one, get one of equal
or lesser value free on all children's clothes,
children's purses, VCR tapes, DVDs, CDs and
women's small clothing (size 0-9). Sale runs
the entire month of August. Shop hours:
Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call
482-3734.
Riverside Elementary School hqsts its
Back-to-School Open House for parents and
students, 1-3 p.m.
Grand Ridge School hosts an open house,
4-6 p.m. After a brief welcome in the new
gym, students and parents can. visit class-
rooms and meet teachers.
F.M. Golson Elementary School hqsts Title
I and Parent Orientation (no students), 4:30-
5:30 p.m. for kindergarten; 5:30-6:30 p.m. for
first grade; and 6:30-7:30 p.m. for second
grade. An open house for parents and chil-
dren is set for Aug. 20. .
Jackson County NAACP meets, 5:30 p.m.
at 2880 Orange St., Marianna (behind Bryant
Enterprises). Call 482-3766, 569-1294.
The Florida Department of Transportation
(FDOT) will host a Public Information Meeting
concerning proposed safety improvements to
State Road 69 in Calhoun County, 5:30-6:30
p.m. at the Calhoun County Public Library,
17731 NE Pear St., Blountstown. Call 888-
638-0250, ext. 661.
The Annual Panhandle Seminole Club
Kick-off and Scholarship Awards Banquet is 6
p.m. in the Marianna First United Methodist
Church Wesley Center. Barbequed pork,
baked beans and all the trimmings provided at
no cost to dues-paying members; $5 at the
door for others. All Florida State University
(FSU) fans invited. Speaking will be dean of
the FSU School of Business, Caryn L. Beck-
Dudley, J.D., and Marianna's own Dick
Hermann.


Jackson County Quilters' Guild Alford Sit-
n-Sew is the first and third Thursdays of the
month, 6-8 p.m. at the American Legion Hall,
Alford. Anyone interested in quilting or
sewing is welcome. Call 579-4146, 394-7925.
*. The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board convenes its annual
meeting, 6 p.m. at the Jackson County .Ag
Center in Marianna. Call 718-0456, ext. 101.
The Jackson County. Association. of
Mayors (JCAM) meets, 6:30 p.m. in Marianna
City Hall. Guest speaker: Senator Al Lawson,
.D-Tallahassee.
Washington County Farm Bureau's annu-
al meeting at the Washington County
Agricultural Center begins with dinner at 6:30
p.m. followed by a brief business meeting.
Featured will be Ron Sims of the Florida Farm
Bureau Insurance team. Members are encour-
aged' to RS.V.P. to 850-638-1756 by noon
Monday, Aug. 16.
Thursday Night Concert in the Park -
Jackson County Parks and Recycling
Department's summer concert series con-
cludes tonight with music from with Chester's
Curve, 7-9:30 p.m. at Citizens Lodge Park in
Marianna. Admission is free. Bring lawn
chairs, blankets and enjoy the final free out-
door concert of the season.
Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion), 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room. Attendance limited to persons with
a desire to stop drinking.

August 20 Friday
Fall registration for new and returning
Chipola College students is today, 8 a.m. to 3
p.m. Classes begin Aug. 23. Call 718-2311, or
visit www.chipola.edu.
Beefmaster Breeders United (BBU) hosts
a Commercial Cattlemen's Field Day at.the
University of Florida's North Florida Research
and Education Center (NFREC) Beef Research
Unit north of Marianna (Greenwood).
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.; program
starts at 9 a.m. (concluding around 1:30
p.m.). Call 850-394-9124, ext. 106.
The MariannaOne Stop Center hosts a
free Employability Skills workshop on
"Employ Florida," 10-11 a.m.; and one on
"Resume Skills," 3:15-4:15 p.m. Public wel-
come; no charge. Call 71,8-0326.
F.M. Golson Elementary School hosts its
Back-to-School Open House for parents and
students, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Hope School will host its Back-To-School
Open House, 1-3 p.m. Class supply lists will
be given out.
Cottondale Elementary School hosts its
Back-to-School Open House for parents and
students, 1-3 p.m. Call 482-9820.
Malone School will host its Back-To-
School Open House for students and parents


from 2 to 4 p.m. Students will be able to meet
their teachers and get their schedules. Supply
lists are available at local retailers.
Mahogany Sweet presents "Back to
School Pep Rally 2010," 4 p.m. at Citizens
Lodge on Caverns Road in Marianna. All
Jackson County students and parents, as well
as the general public are welcome to the free
event. Guest speaker: Willie E. Gary. There
will be door prizes, entertainment and more.
For booth information, or to volunteer/donate,
call 573-1951.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" at Evangel
Worship Center. Dinner, 6 p.m. (free for first-
time guests); meeting, 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

August 21 Saturday
The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold
out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in
the Jackson County Courthouse parking lot.
The state certified farmers' market accepts
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
A benefit yard -sale for the family of 7-
year-old leukemia patient Zakary Mazzullo is 7
a.m. to 1 p.m. at the corner of Second Avenue
and Seventh Street, Marianna, across from
F.M. Golson Elementary School. Adult and
children's clothing, books, movies, toys,
- games, Christmas decorations, home decor
items, baked goods and more will be on sale.
Call 482-8462.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

August 23 Monday
Chipola College Fall classes begin today.
Late registration is also today, 8.a.m. to 6
p.m. and continues through noon Aug., 24.
Call 718-2311 ,or visit www.chipola.edu.
Jackson Hospital will begin a six-week
smoking cessation class Monday, Aug. 23,
12-1 p.m. in the board room, in the cafeteria.
Free to the public. Nicotine replacement ther-
apy available at no cost to class members. To
register, call. 718-2842 or 482-6500.
The Marianna One Stop Center hosts a
free Employability Skills workshop on
"Interviewing Skills," 3:15-4:15 p.m. Public
welcome; no charge. Call 718-0326.
The Jackson Hospital' Board of Trustees
convenes a PhysicianRecruitment Committee
meeting at 5 p.m., followed' by a Finance
Committee meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the
Hudnall Building community room. Call 718-
2629.


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POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department
listed the fol- -T-i.- '2
lowing inci- -:
dents for -
Aug. 17, the CR'ME
latest avail- -*
able report:
One accident without
injury, two suspicious per-
sons, one mental illness,
one burglary, two verbal
disturbances, three burglar
alarms, five traffic stops,
one larceny, five criminal
mischief complaints, one
trespassing complaint, one
found or abandoned prop-
erty, two follow up investi-
gations, one animal com-


plaint, two assists of other
agencies and six -public
service calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S, OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and county
Fire/Rescue reported the
following incidents for
Aug. 17, the latest available
report (Some of these calls
may related to after-hours
calls taken on behalf of
Graceville and Cottondale
Police Departments): One
accident with injury, one
accident without injury, one
dead person, two hospice
deaths, two abandoned
vehicles, one reckless driv-
T


er, four suspicious vehicles,
four suspicious incidents,
seven suspicious persons,
five information reports,
one funeral escort, two
highway obstructions, one
mental illness, two burgla-
ries, one physical distur-
bance, seven verbal distur-
bances, one strong-armed
robbery, six medical calls,
one traffic accident, 11 bur-
glar alarms, five fire
alarms, 19 traffic stops, five
larcenies, seven criminal
mischief complaints, five
papers served, two civil dis-
putes, two trespassing com-
plaints, one found or aban-
doned property, three fol-
low up investigations, three


assaults, two noise distur-
bances, one animal com-
plaint, two assists of a
motorist or pedestrian, one
retail theft or shoplifting,
three assists of other agen-
cies and six public service
calls.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting period:
Majeeda Bouie, 26,
1964 Willow Bend Court,
Sneads, violation of coun-
ty probation.
Granville Harvey, 31,


4198 Cedar St., Marianna,
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, resist-
ing arrest without violence,
violation of state probation.
Ladarious Pittman, 20,
5542 Prarieview Road,
Greenwood, disorderly
conduct. -
Marilyn Byrd, 41, 3435
Hickory Hill Drive,
Marianna, four counts of
aggravated battery.
JAIL POPULATION: 254

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000. To report a-wildlife
violation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Troop 170 Boy Scouts Study Pathfinding


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Troop 170 Boy Scouts
held their second camp-out
of the year Aug. 13-14, at a
site owned by one of the
members. The weekend
was full of fun activities
and work on earning
Pathfinding merit badges.
This historical badge was
first offered in 1911 and
discontinued in 1952, and
is available for this year
only because of the 100th
anniversary of Scouting in
the United States.
Scouts, their families,
and leaders gathered Friday
evening and immediately
began pitching tents for the
overnight stay. A time of
free play followed, includ-
ing fishing and swimming.
Before bedtime and
lights out, Scouts enjoyed
cake to honor Nick
Walker's 10th birthday.
Upon arising early
Saturday morning, Scouts
resumed fishing, with
Calen Sims reeling in a.
number of catches.
After breakfast, Scouts
took down their tents and
traveled to, the First
Presbyterian Church for the
second part of their week-
end venture, the study of
Pathfinding.
Leader David McArthur
directed the discussion and
training program, which
included completing work-
sheets and learning to use
maps.
Requirements for obtain-
ing a merit badge for
Pathfinding include having
a general knowledge of the
district within a three-mile
radius of the local Scout
headquarters, so as to be
able to guide people at all
times; knowing the popula-
tion of the five principal
neighboring towns and
being able to give correct
directions on how to reach


Pat Furr shares historical
facts, stories and artifacts
with Troop 170 Boy
Scouts. Contributed
photo
them; knowing the location
of the. nearest meat .mar-
kets, bakeries, groceries
and drug stores; knowing
the location of the nearest
police station; hospital,
doctor, fire alarm, fire
hydrant, telephone offices
and railroad stations;
knowing something of the
history of the Scout's city
or town; submitting a map
on which the Scout has
indicated all the. informa-
tion discussed; and other
requirements of geography
and map reading.
A lunch of ham and
turkey sandwiches was
served prior to a visit from
a special guest speaker,
local realtor and history
buff Pat Furr.
Furr spoke with the boys
about the history of
Jackson County, the cost of
land in the 1800s, and how
deeds were originally
recorded. She also provid-
ed several old and rare
items for the Scouts to
examine, such as a docu-
ment that had been signed


Pat Furr with Troop 170 Boy Scouts, from left, Calen Sims, Nick Walker, Noah McArthur, Liam McDonald, Ryan
Mathis and Chase Elkins. Contributed photo


Boy Scout Calen Sims shows one of many fish he
caught. Contributed photo


by Pres. Grover Cleveland.
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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Rebecca O'Dell
Townsend drew a standing
ovation from the crowd of
more 300 that attended the
Concerned American
Patriots of Jackson County
meeting Monday.
Townsend's speech,
"Our Constitution Crisis,"
centered on the duties and
responsibilities of the court
system, with specific
emphasis on the Supreme
Court and its powers.
Townsend cited the
Founding Fathers, the


Concert series

ends tonight

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Jackson County Parks and
Recycling Department's
2010 Summer Concert in the
Park Series concludes
tonight.
Nine different bands have
performed a variety of music
during the 11-week concert
season.
Twenty on Red kicked off
the series on June 10 with
their special brand of blues.
During the following weeks,
attendees enjoyed perform-
ances by Second Time
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Chester's Curve, Kimmer
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Telogia Creek, The Ivey
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Bullets.
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concert goers attended the
family-oriented event, pro-
vided free of charge thanks
to the support of a number of
business sponsors.
At the close of this, the
second year of the Summer
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Jackson County Parks and
Recycling says it is looking
forward to continuing the
series in 2011 and beyond.
The final summer concert
is tonight with music from
with Chester's Curve, 7 to
9:30 p.m. at Citizens Lodge
Park in Marianna.
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lawn chairs, blankets and
enjoy the free outdoor con-
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Federalist Papers, the U.S.
Constitution and the
Declaration of
Independence.
Pete Mallory and Mike
Reiter, candidates for the
14th Judicial District
Circuit Court Judge,
addressed the group.
Candidates for County
Commission District 2,
Commissioner William
Crutchfield, Howard Glass
and Joel Pate, and candi-
dates for District 4, Wesley
Kutchey and William
Nelson, told the crowd why
they would like to serve.


Holt Floyd, running for,
the Jackson County School
Board in District 5, spoke
on his commitment to the
community if elected.
All candidates and
Townsend remained after
the meeting to answer
questions.
Royce Reagan was on
hand to tape the event, so
those who missed the meet-
ing can tune in to the local
cable station CCTV every
evening around 9 p.m.
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Running mate, new ad bring attention to Sink


BY CATHERINE WHIT-
TENBURG
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE

While Bill McCollum
and Rick Scott bruise and
blister each other daily in
the GOP primary race for
governor, Democrat Alex
Sink is stepping out from
the shadows with a running
mate, a new TV ad and new
momentum that could spell
trouble for Republicans.
Sink, riding high on last
week's poll results showing
her ahead of Scott and
McCollum, has chosen for-
mer state Sen. Rod Smith of
Alachua as her running
mate. The campaign plans a
formal announcement
Thursday in West Palm
Beach.
Meanwhile, the bitter
Scott and McCollum battle
drew national attention
Tuesday when Mississippi
Gov. Haley Barbour, head
of the national GOP state-
house campaign effort,
demanded Scott take down
an ad attacking McCollum.
Scott refused, saying
Barbour and other party
leaders are biased toward
McCollum, the "career
politician," and against
Scott, an outsider.
Smith, son of a poor
Oklahoma farmer, was born
in Missouri and raised on a
farm in South Florida. A
University of Florida law
school graduate, Smith was
the state attorney who pros-
ecuted notorious serial
killer Danny Rolling, subse-
quently executed for the
murders of five college stu-
dents in Gainesville in
1990.
"As a former prosecutor,
Rod knows how to root out
corruption and he will be a
strong partner to clean up
the mess in Tallahassee,"
Sink said in a prepared
statement Tuesday.


Among others Sink con-
sidered were Tampa Mayor
Pam lorio and Frank
Sanchez, a former Tampa
mayoral candidate appoint-
ed by the Obama adminis-
tration as undersecretary of
commerce for international
trade.
Smith said in a statement
that he looks forward to
working with Sink "to grow
Florida's economy, improve
public education and finally
hold those politicians in
Tallahassee accountable."
A fornier Tallahassee
politician' himself, Smith
was elected 'in 2000 to the
state Senate, where he
served until jumping into
the 2006 Democratic guber-
natorial primary. Helost to
then-Congressman Jim
Davis, despite Smith's
heavy backing by U.S.
Sugar Corp.
That alliance with U.S.'
Sugar, which historically
has thrown more money
behind the GOP, bespoke
Smith's crossover appeal -
a factor that made him a
strong contender to run with
Sink this year.
Realistically, the lesser-
known Smith never should
have stood a chance against
"a well-respected and
multi-term congressman
from Tampa" .Democratic
strategist Derek Newton
said.
"Smith's appeal across
the state made it a contest.
He's one of the few
Democrats in a long time
who can get votes in
Panama City and also fire
up Century Village."
Announcing a running
mate before the primary is
unusual, but Newton called
it a wise choice for Sink.
"She's getting the silent
treatment from voters right
now, because everyone's
preoccupied with the
McCollum-Scott thing," he


said. "Finding a way to get
back into the conversation is
a good thing. The sooner
you can do it, the better."
Choosing early lets the
campaign "get moving
ahead of the primary," said
Screven Watson, a
Democratic strategist on
Smith's 2006 campaign.
"While Scott and
McCollum are still shouting
at each other and running to
'the far right to win the pri-
mary, she's over here saying
positive stuff, running for
the general election voters."
Smith beat Davis in 2006
in Palm Beach and Miami-
Dade, Watson said. But
even more important, he
said, is Smith's history as a
North Florida state attorney
and senator, where he
served Putnam, Union,
Bradford, Cglumbia, Dixie
and Levy "counties we
(Democrats) don't normally
win," Watson said.
Republican strategist and
lobbyist Mac Stipanovich
called Smith a "good guy, a
good public servant and a
good friend," but said "all
this talk that he'll hold con-
servative Democrats and cut
into moderate Republicans
is a lot of bull."
Running mates usually
make a few days' headlines
and then all. but disappear
from view, Stipanovich
said. He said Sink's
announcement now,, at the
height of the Senate and
GOP governor primary bat-
ties, is inept.
"If she'd waited till next
Thursday, she'd, have had
some clear air."
At a Hillsborough
County GOP meeting
Tuesday, McCollum repeat-
ed charges that Scott "has
something to hide" in con-
nection with fraud allega-
tions against his new health
care business, comparing
them to the huge Medicare


fraud case against the com-
pany Scott ran in the 1990's,
Columbia HCA.
He called on Scott to
release a sealed deposition
by a doctor who sued
Scott's company for
improper use of his name
and credentials to license
clinics.
"Who is he? Why is he
running?" McCollum said.
"Why is he going to that
much trouble? I think it's
because he's got something
to hide."
Scott, at a Tea Party gath-
ering in Dade City, rejected
Barbour's demand that he
take down the ad, which
accuses McCollum of cov-
ering up the state
Republican Party financial
scandal.
, Asked why he won't
release the deposition, even
though he's running on his
record as a businessman,
Scott said, "It's not relevant
to this campaign. This cam-
paign is about jobs."
Sink began airing a TV
ad Monday lampooning the
Republicans' political fist-
fight and promoting herself
as a positive, serious'candi-
date.
The situation gives Sink
an early jump on the gener-
al election, said Aubrey
Jewett, political scientist at
the University of Central
Florida. "Whoever emerges
on the Republican side will
have their work cut out for
them."
Republicans aren't wait-
ing. A day after her ad
began airing, the
Republican Governor's
Association began re-airing
an attack ad it ran in the
spring that accused Sink of
accepting big bonuses
while cutting jobs as former
head of the Bank of the
America in Florida. Sink's
campaign called the ad
"false and misleading."


The Democrat gets
another profile lift tonight
by appearing with President
Barack Obama at a
Democratic fundraiser in
Miami.
Republicans, however,
relish the opportunity to tie
Sink to the increasingly
unpopular president.
"I understand she's
appearing with Barack
Obama; we'll see how she
does after that," said state
GOP Chairman John
Thrasher. "Around the state,
people are really, angry
about what's happening in
Washington. I don't know if
she can run away from
Obamacare, the stimulus


BY BILL KACZOR
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER.

TALLAHASSEE The
state conceded the ballot sum-
mary for a proposed state con-
stitutional amendment
designed to give voters a
chance to weigh in on
President Barack Obama's
health care overhaul is mis-
leading during arguments
Wednesday before the Florida
Supreme Court. Assistant
Attorney General Russell S.
Kent argued the high court
should, instead, substitute the
text of Amendment 9 for the
offending summary on the
Nov. 2 ballot.
The justices also heard
appeals on behalf of two other
ballot proposals dealing with
property taxes and congres-
sional and legislative redis-
tricting. They are expected to,
rule before Sept. 2 when the
ballot goes to the printers.
Judges have ordered all
three amendments, each
offered by the Republican-
controlled Florida
Legislature, be removed from
the ballot because the sum-
maries of two and the text of
the third are misleading or
unclear. Legal arguments.
barely concealed the underly-
ing politics.
"It really has nothing to do
with the ballot language," said
Sen. Carey Baker, a Eustis
Republican who sponsored
the health care amendment.
"It's just the political climate
in which we live in."
Incoming House Speaker
Dean Cannon, a "lawyer,
argued on behalf of restoring
Amendment 7 dealing with
redistricting. Opponents,
including most Democrats,
say it would override anti-ger-
rymandering provisions in a
pair of citizen initiatives also
slated for the November bal-
lot. Republicans say it would
merely clarify them.


Amendment 3 would offer
additional property tax breaks
to new homeowners who
haven't owned a home min the
last eight. years. Justice R.
Fred Lewis expressed frustra-
tion over what he sees as a
trend by the Legislature, ini-
tiative sponsors and constitu-
tional panels to put mislead-
ing language on the ballot.
"It's nothing but talky-talk
or wordsmithing to try to con-
vince people that this is what
should be done without really
addressing what the truth of
the matter is," Lewis said.
Circuit Judge James Shelfer
of Tallahassee ruled
Amendment 9's summary
was misleading by claiming it
would "ensure access to
health care services without
waiting lists, protect the doc-
tor/patient relationship, guard
against mandates that don't
work."
The text of the amendment
that passed on largely partisan
House and Senate votes says
nothing about those.factors. It
would ban governmental
requirements to purchase
health care insurance and
penalties for failing to do so.,
Both are key provisions in
Obama's health care plan.
Sponsors, though, acknowl-
edge the Florida amendment
would have no effect on the
federal law if the overhaul is
upheld by the U.S. Supreme
Court. The proposal is similar
to one Missouri voters adopted
Aug. 3 by a 71 percent margin.
It takes 60 percent to pass an
amendment in Florida.
Kent urged the high court to
replace the summary with the
text of the proposal just as it
had done in 2004 for an
amendment, which voters
approved, requiring parents to
be notified before a minor can
obtain an abortion. The jus-
tices, though, declined to
write an opinion explaining
that decision.


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the Jackson County Sheriff's Office. The victims stopped for a stop sign The chase continued south on State
The chase continued north on at the intersection of Willis Road and Highway 71 to the intersection of
Bumpnose Road .to County Road State Road 71. Caverns Road, where law enforce-
162, east on County Road 162 to Old Byrd allegedly hit the back bumper ment stopped Byrd's vehicle, accord-
U.S. Road, north on Old U.S. Road to or the victims' vehicle with the front ing to the affidavit.
Willis Road, and then east on Willis of her vehicle, according to the affi- She was charged and taken to the
Road to State'Road 71. davit. Jackson County Correctional Facility.


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new shoes just in time for school to
start, McFarland said.
HELPS will continue tutoring into
the school year because the work
seems to be paying off.
"A lot of kids improved in academ-
ics," McFarland said. ...
The center has Internet, a library cor-
ner and computers for children to do
school work. Tutors will be available


for all subject areas, even high school
courses, McFarland said.
HELPS is located off Old
Cottondale Road in Marianna.
The Marianna City Commission
recently approved a development
order, approving the space for educa-
tional use. There are plans for the con-
struction of a new facility. The organi-
zation is waiting on' funding from


grants and local sponsorships to begin
construction.
McFarland said the new facility will
include a clinic available for people
with and without insurance.
She said it's unique because people
will be able to choose between holistic
and homeopathic care.
HELPS stands for Health Education
Life Progress Services.
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Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059
www.marianna
chapelfh.com

Brandy Petty
Jackson

Brandy Petty Jackson, 30,
of Altha passedaway Mon-
day, Aug. 16,2010.
Brandy was born March
16, 1980, to the late Corbit
Petty and Gayla Krause.
Brandy was a lifelong resi-
dent of this area and grad-
uated from Altha High
School. She was a home-
maker and attended the
Piney Grove Baptist
Church.
Brandy was preceded in
death by her father, Corbit
Petty; and a daughter, Faith
Pristine Jackson.
She is survived by her
three children, Gregory
Christian Corbit Jackson,
Daya Destiny Jackson and
Angelea Grace Jackson; her
grandmother, Thelma Inez
Gallant; her mother, Gayla
Bridges Krause and her
husband Larry; six sisters,
Tonia Bradford. Bowden,
Tammi Bradford Byrd,
Andria Petty Brown, Crys-
tal Petty, Sherri Petty
Milbourn and Terri Petty
Butler; one brother, Corbit
Petty; and the father of her
children, Gregory Jackson.
Services for Brandy will
begin at 2 p.m. Friday^,Aug.
20, in the Piney Grove Bap-
tist Church, the Rev. Ri-
chard Elligson officiating.
Interment will follow in
the Piney Grove Baptist
Church Cemetery.
Family will receive
friends from 1 p.m. until
time of service.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.

Lanier-Andler -
Funeral Home
8261 Highway 90 East
Sneads, FL 32460
593-9900

Sgt. Carl
Maphis




Sgt. Carl Maphis, 93, a na-
tive of Dellwood and resi-
dent of Grand Ridge since
1957, passed, away Tues-
day, Aug. 17, 2010.
He attended the Faith Ha-
ven Church in Grand
Ridge, was a sergeant in the
Army and a veteran of
World War II, and retired
as a charge aide with the
Florida State Hospital in
Chattahoochee after 26
years. He also worked at
the Wild Life Reservation
for several years.
Carl was a loving and de-
voted husband, father and
grandfather.
Sgt. Maphis is survived
by his wife of 64 years,
Fannie Maphis; two daugh-
ters, Lynda Britt and hus-
band Page, of Tallahassee,
and Iris Tye Melvin and
husband George, of Grand
Ridge; three sons, Ran-
dolph Maphis and wife
Marilyn, of Tallahassee, Bill
Maphis and wife Brenda, of
Chipley, and James Maphis
of Grand Ridge; one sister,
Ladsie Denning of Marian-
na; a sister-in-law, Mrs.
Godfrey Maphis of
Chattahoochee; 14 grand-
children; and 27 great.
grandchildren; and many
nieces and nephews.
Visitation with the family
will be 5 to 7 p.m. CDT
Thursday, Aug. 19, at
Lanier-Andler Funeral


Home in Sneads.
The graveside funeral
service will be 10 a.m. CDT
Friday, Aug. 20, at Shady
Grove Cemetery in the
Shady Grove community,
the Rev. Jeffery DuBose of-
ficiating.
The family wishes to
thank Covenant Hospice of
Marianna and Dr. Chin.
Flowers will be accepted,
or those wishing may make
contributions to Covenant
Hospice in Marianna.
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home of Sneads is in
charge of arrangements.

Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059
www.marianna
chapelfhi.com

Willie Monk

Mr. Willie Monk, 66, of
Alford passed away Tues-
day, Aug. 17, 2010, at his
home.
Mr. Monk was born July
25, 1944, in Jackson Coun-
ty, to the late Charlie Monk
and Ara Kent. Mr. Monk
was a member of the Alford
Assembly of God Church
and was a faithful servant
to the Lord.
Mr. Monk is survived by
his brother, James Monk of
New Boston, Texas; three
sisters, Gladys Melton of
Altha, and Mary Hover and
Myrtle Lewis, both of
Youngstown; and a host of
nieces and nephews.
The service for Mr. Monk
will be 4 p.m. Thursday,
Aug. 19, in the Alford As-
sembly of God Church, Sis-
ter Mildred Barfield and
the Rev. Carlton Baggett of-
ficiating. Interment will fol-
low in the White Pond Bap-
tist Church Cemetery.
Family will receive
friends one hour prior to
the service.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
by be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhomes.com

Fred Leo
Rogers

Fred Leo Rogers, 46, of
Marianna died Wednesday,
Aug. 18, 2010, at his resi-
dence.
Mr. Rogers was a truck
driver for Charles Patterson
Trucking and was a Baptist
by faith.
He was preceded in
death by Timothy Wayne
Smith.
Survivors include his
wife, Dottie Smith Rogers;
two stepsons, Patrick
Capps and wife Christina,
and Charles Thurman and
wife Teresa, all of Marian-
na; four sisters, Lisa Burtof
and husband Bill, of
Chipley, Selina Morris, Sus-
ie O'Bryan and husband
Russell, and a special sister,
Tracy Smith, all of Marian-
na; three special nephews,
Robert C. Ham, Hunter
Smith and Skyler Smith, all
of Marianna; and eight
grandchildren.
The family will receive
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Thurs-
day, Aug. 19, at James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel.
The funeral service will
be 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 20,
at Maddox Chapel, the Rev.
Ronnie Wright officiating.
Burial will follow in Cy-
press Cemetery, James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.


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Grand Ridge from 4:00 6:00 pm
Marianna High from 5:30 7:00 pm
Riverside Elementary from 1:00 3:00 pm
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Golson Elementary School will have an parents
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Kindergarten from 4:30 5:30 pm
1st grade from 5:30 6:30 pm
2nd grade from 6:30 7:30 pm

Friday Open Houses:
Cottondale Elementary from 1:00 3:00 pm
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Early Childhood Ed Center from 1:00 3:00 pm
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Graceville High from 1:00 3:00 pm
Hope School from 1:00 3:00 pm
Malone School from 2:00 4:00 pm
Marianna Middle School from 1:00 3:00 pm
Sneads Elementary from 2:00 4:00 pm


and what's happening in
Arizona."
But Sink distanced her-
self from Obama's contro-
versial stance of defending
a Muslim group's right to
build a mosque near Ground
Zero in Manhattan, saying
"9/11 victims' families and
friends must be respected."
Jewett said any appear-
ance with Obama right now
is a calculated risk, but out-
weighed by the potential for
a windfall of cash contribu-
tions.
"Bottom line is,
Democrats are still
Democrats," he said.
"Obama is a Democrat, and
Florida did vote for him."








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Bullpups go for repeat


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

Under fifth-year coach Hunter
Nolen, the Marianna Middle
School Bullpups have been near-
ly perfect.
A 29-1 record over the past
four seasons, as well as a domi-
nant 8-0. campaign last season,
have created expectations that
only perfection can match.
But if the Bullpups are going to
have a repeat of last season's
unbeaten stretch, they'll have to
do so with a largely new team,
and against a significantly
tougher schedule.
The Bullpups, who won every
game on the schedule last year by
double digits, will have to replace
all but two starters from last
year's team.
Only offensive guard Josh.
Baker and defensive end/tight
end Qua Hall return from last
year's starting 22.
, Just seven total players total
from last year's team return,'
making this the least-experienced
Bullpups team during Nolen's
tenure.
"I can't stress enough how
young we really. are," the coach
said. "This is really a rebuilding
year for us. Last year, we were
really spoiled. We had such a
great group, of. guys, and it
showed in the way we played and
beat people.
"But our'.youth and inexperi-
ence will definitely be a draw-
back this year. Since I've been
here, it's the fewest kids we've
had coming back."
The Bullpups will have to
replace their entire starting back-
field, with top running backs


Marianna Middle School football coach Hunter Nolen, left, gives instructions to his players during a
practice on Wednesday in Marianna. Mark Skinner/Floridan


ShaunDre McAroy, Derrick
Knowles and Jock Wooden, as
wvell as quarterbacks Jonathan
Sikes and Justin Klotz, moving
on.
But the Bullpups .are not short
on replacement candidates.
Nolen said that Marianna has 50


players'on the current roster.
He said he'd have more skill
players to choose from than even
last year.
"We have a lot of running
backs," Nolen said. "Last year,.
we had three stand-out runners.
This year, we have seven or


eight. At quarterback, it's the
same way. We've got a lot of skill
players, which is a good thing."
Nolen said the top running
backs at this point appear to be
Teon Long, Tre Lindsey and
Latterian Pittman.
See BULLPUPS, Page 6A >


Graceville looking for new leadership


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Graceville Tigers entered
into the second week of fall prac-
tice on Monday in preparation for
the new season.
It's a season the Tigers hope
holds a much brighter future than
last season's 3-7 campaign.
Graceville coach Todd
Wertenberger said the most dis-
appointing part of last season was
that his team didn't perform up to
its ability in several of its losses.
"When you don't do every-
thing in your power to win
games, it leaves a bad taste .in
your mouth,".the coach said. "We
didn't do everything we could've
done to win games."
The inability to consistently.
give max effort was a problem
last year. The Tigers coach said
he believes the current crop of
Tigers are trying to set a different
tone.
"I would say right .now, we're
doing the right things,"
Wertenberger said. "Our team
voted captains last spring, and I
think all of our captains are lead-
ing .us well. They're pushing us
hard, and the whole practice is
upbeat because of it.
"The intensity level is there in
practice. We need to make sure
it's there in the games. If the
whole team works as hard as the
captains have been working,
we'll be alright."


"If the whole team
works as hard as the
captains have been
working, then we'll be
alright."
-Todd Wertenberger,
Graceville coach

Graceville captains are Curtis
Pinkard, Jeremy Watford, Connor
Renihan, JT Russaw and Jacky
Miles.
Miles is the youngest captain
as a sophomore, and the young
quarterback will be counted on to
provide leadership and produc-
tivity from the field's most
important position.
Miles took over the QB spot in
the third game last year and per-
formed admirably, despite his
youth.
Wertenberger Olinks his young
signal-caller is up to the chal-
lenge of raising his game in his
second year.
"I don't know if he's ready to
be the leader, but he's definitely
ready to be one of the leaders,"
the coach said of Miles. "The
main reason he can do that is
because the quarterback position
lends you to being the leader of
the team."
The coach said Miles is earn-
ing the respect of the veterans by


Graceville quarterback Jacky Miles throws a pass during a Tigers
football practice on Wednesday in Graceville. -Mark
Skinner/Floridan


his actions on and off the practice
field.
"It's just the way he works. He
works so hard," the coach said.
"He tries to be so perfect all the
time. He's a good example for
everybody else.
"That's the main thing I think
he's got going forhim, his work
ethic. He's willing to do what it


takes to win. That kind of attitude
is hopefully infectious." .
But that doesn't mean Miles
doesn't still show signs of youth,
according to Wertenberger.
. "He gets frustrated as all get
out when anything goes wrong,"
the coach said. "He thinks every-
See GRACEVILLE, Page 6A >


FSU releases

linebacker

Nigel Carr
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
TALLAHASSEE -
Florida State linebacker Nigel
Carr, who was arrested in July
on auto burglary and credit
card theft charges, has been.
.released from his scholarship.
Florida State officials said
in a statement Wednesday that
first-year coach Jimbo Fisher
met with Carr and his family,
and the junior can now 'trans-
fer to another school.
Carr had 26 tackles.in 13
games last season.
This is the latest in a string
of departures for the team.
Wide receiver Jarmon
Fortson was dismissed from
the team Aug. 8 and has
enrolled at the University of
North Alabama.
On 'Monday, cornerback
Dionte Allen was granted his
release to transfer.
The team also learned last
week that defensive tackle
Moses McCray and running
back Tavares Pressley suf-'
fered season-ending knee
injuries.

Braves acquire

Lee from Cubs
BY PAUL NEWBERRY
, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ATLANTA The Atlanta
Braves bulked up for the play-
off race Wednesday, acquiring
first baseman Derrek Lee from
the Chicago Cubs.
The Braves sent three minor
league. pitchers to the Cubs,
none of them considered top-
level prospects.
Atlanta already had Troy
Glaus at first base but, in an
unexpected move, the team
announced he'll go on the 15-
day disabled list.
General manager Frank
Wren wants Glaus to rest his
legs for a week, then head to
Triple-A. Gwinnett to get in
,some work at his former posi-
tion, third base.
S Presumably, the Braves
envision a lineup late in the
season and the playoffs -
that could include both Lee
and Glaus.
The Braves, leading the NL
East by 2V2 games, are looking
for any offensive help they
can get after losing third base-
man Chipper Jones to a sea-
son-ending knee injury. Just
last season, the 34-year-old
Lee hit .306 with 35 homers
and 111 RBIs.
"It doesn't get any better,"
. Jones said.
"Outstanding character guy.
Outstanding player.
Defensively at first base, he's
top notch. And he gives us
another right-handed presence
in the middle of our lineup."
Lee has put up disappoint-
ing numbers in the final sea-
son of his five-year, $65 mil-
lion contract, hitting .251 with
16 homers and 56 RBIs.
He's also been bothered by
a sore back that kept him out
of the Cubs' game Wednesday
against San Diego.
Just last weekend, Lee hit
four homers in a three-game
series at St. Louis.


Favre officially back for 2nd season with Vikings


BY JON KRAWCZYNSKI
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. The lure of
playing in another Super Bowl brought
Brett Favre back to the NFL again.
Favre joined his Minnesota Vikings
teammates at practice Wednesday. The
three-time MVP wore a helmet, shoulder
pads'and red quarterback's jersey as he
worked out with Minnesota for the first
time since getting battered by New
Orleans as the Vikings lost the NFC
championship game in January.
"As we were driving on that last drive
it seemed like it was destiny for us,"
Favre said. "I was so close, so close to
getting these guys to the Super Bowl."
Instead, Favre threw an interception in
the final minute of regulation. The
Vikings never got the ball back in over-
time.
"I owe it to this organization to give it
one more try," the quarterback said.
Not that coming back for a 20th season
was a simple decision.
"I could make a case for both playing,
not playing," Favre said. "This is a very
good football team. The chances (of
going to the Super Bowl) here are much
greater than other places. From that


standpoint, it was always going to be eas-
ier (to return). Part of me said it was such
a great year, it would be easy to say, 'Hey,
can't play any better, why even try?' Then
the other part is, 'Guys are playing on a
high level. Why don't I go back out?' The
expectations are high here, as they should
be."
The expectations always are high for
Favre,.even at 40. He's the NFL's leader
in nearly every significant passing cate-
gory and the winningest regular-season
quarterback ever.
After staying away from training camp,
'as he's done for much of the past two
summers, Favre was practicing less than
24 hours after the team sent Steve
Hutchinson, Jared Allen and Ryan
Longwell three of his closest friends.
- to Mississippi to bring him back.
Favre underwent left ankle surgery on
May 21 and just a few weeks ago texted
several teammates and Vikings officials
that he would not return because the
recovery was slower than he expected.
He's' back now.
"There is nothing on me that's 100 per-
cent. There wasn't anything that was 100
percent last year or the year before,"
Favre said. "The surgery made me a little
better.


"I have played 309 straight, games, I
can't complain."
Coach Brad Childress is glad to have
him, even with the aches and pains.
"Obviously, Brett was a.huge part of
what we were able to accomplish last
year. That goes without saying. We want-
ed him back," Childress said. "It wasn't
me wanting him back, it was we wanting
him back."
Favre's return to the field\came on the
one-year anniversary of the day he signed
a two-year, $25 million contract with the
Vikings.
In a scene nearly identical to his arrival
last August, Favre took a private plane
from Hattiesburg on Tuesday, was fol-
lowed by news helicopters from a subur-
ban airport to the team headquarters and
was greeted by dozens of fans and media
members upon his arrival.
"Helicopters acting like they are fol-
lowing O.J.," tight end Visanthe Shiancoe
tweeted. "Where is the bronco."
The big difference between this year
and last year? His signing with the
Vikings --Green Bay's bitter NFC North
rival was an unexpected change of
direction.
See FAVRE, Page 6A >


Minnnesota Vikings quarterback Brett
Favre throws a pass during training camp,
Wednesday in Eden Prairie, Minn. Favre
made it official Wednesday that, he was,
returning to the team for his second sea-
son, as e joined his teammates at prac-
tice. Jim Mone/Associated Press








6A Thursday, August 19, 2010 Jackson County Floridan


Malone Soccer
The second signup for
Malone City Soccer
League will be on Aug.
20 at Malone School
from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The third will be on
Aug. 28 at Malone Town
Hall from 4 p.m. to 6
p.m.
For more information,
contact Phil Winget at
850-557-3417.

Hudson Golf
Tournament
The Fourth Annual
Coach John "Hud"
Hudson Golf
Tournament will be Aug.
21-22 at Caverns Golf
Course.
Morning or afternoon
tee times are available in
the three-man scramble
format.
Cost is $80 per person
and includes free range
balls and lunch on
Sunday.
Cash prizes will be
paid for the top three
teams in each fliglit.
Long Drive and Closest
to Pin prizes will be
awarded each day.
For more information
on the tournament, con-
tact Hunter Nolen at 573-
6474, John Dondaldson
at .573-0806, Brian
McKeithan at 482-4257,
Nora Mayo at 209-4743,
or Tommy Lassman at
718-7942.

Sneads Athletics
The Second Annual
Sneads High School
Athletic Department
Kick-off is Aug. 26 at 6
p.m. in the gymnasium.
Meet the 2010 football
players, volleyball play-
ers and cheerleaders;
hear from the coaches.
Hamburger plates will
be sold. Athletic passes,
prime football parking
will be auctioned off.
Proceeds benefit
Sneads High School ath-
letics. Admission is free.
Call 482-9004 ext: 249
for more information.

Youth Cheerleading
Marianna Athletic
Youth Association
Cheerleader registration
deadline is Aug. 30.
Ages 6-12 (on May 1,
2010) welcome. Cost is
$25. Proof of insurance
and birth certificate
required.
Registration is at
Champion Motorsports
(across from. Winn
Dixie), during business
hours. Call 272-7389 for
more information.

Marianna QB Club
The Marianna
Quarterback Club is hav-
ing a membership drive
for the upcoming school
year.
The Club, which funds
the Marianna High
School football program,
is selling Century Club
seats at $150 per set.
That allows for two
tickets to all home varsi-
ty and junior varsity
football games, as well
as an invitation to tail-
gate under the Bulldog
Barn in the South
Endzone before varsity
games.
Those interested can
contact Club treasurer
Rex Torbett at 573-0247,
or Bulldogs coach Steve
DeWitt it 482-9605.

Youth Football
Marianna Athletic
Youth Association
Football registration
deadline is Sept. 10.
Ages 6-12 (on May 1,
2010) welcome. Cost is,
$45. Proof of insurance
and birth certificate
required.
. Registration is at


Champion Motorsports
(across from Winn
Dixie), during business
hours. Call 557-2931 or
693-4212 for more infor-
mation.

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial@jcfloridan.co
m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
FL 32447.


SPORTS


Longoria lifts Rays to sweep


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

ST. PETERSBURG This was one
nice series for Evan Longoria and the
Tampa Bay Rays.
Longoria hit a solo homer and drove in
four runs to help the Rays beat the Texas
Rangers 8-6 on Wednesday, completing a
sweep of the three-game set between
potential playoff opponents.
"We did it against a real good ball-
club," Longoria said. "I think everybody
at this point understands that these games
are really starting to'become big."
Longoria also had a pair of RBI dou-
bles and a sacrifice fly.
The All-Star third baseman had three
RBIs in Tampa Bay's 10-1 victory
Tuesday night.
"He had a great series," Texas manag-
er Ron Washington said. "We couldn't
stop him from the first game on."
Longoria had seven hits including
five for extra bases in 12 at-bats with
eight RBIs during the sweep. He entered


the game hitting .234 over his previous,
25 games.
James Shields (11-11) allowed two
runs and four hits over seven innings,
stopping a personal two-game slide. He
had given up 12 runs over nine innings in
his previous two outings.
"We're playing really well right now,"
Shields said. "We've got a lot of confi-
dence at home. I think we've got that
home-field advantage back."
The Rays have won 19 of their last 24
games at Tropicana Field.
Tampa Bay, which began the day tied
with the New York Yankees for the AL
East lead, has won five straight overall.
"Absolutely it's a confidence builder,"
Rays manager Joe Maddon said.
Taylor Teagarden and Mitch Moreland
homered for the AL West-leading
Rangers, who-are 7-10 since July 30.
AL batting leader Josh Hamilton had a
.run-scoring grounder in the eighth but
went 0 for 4 for the day and 1 for 10 in
the series.


Favre
Continued From Page 5A

This time around, virtually everyone Vikings have dealt with questions about
expected the quarterback who flirts with Favre Minnesota was raised as a des-
quitting every summer to return. tination when he spent a year with the
Favre's latest dalliance centered on the Jets so they weren't convinced he was
ankle that was injured in New Orleans done.
and needed surgery. Now it's time to see if the old man can
This is the third straight year the do it all again.


Graceville
Continued From Page SA


thing should be perfect.
The good thing is he's very
self-motivated. He gets a
little frustrated with him-
self, but he comes right
back and tries to correct it."
While the Tigers have
been predominantly a run-
ning offense under
Wertenberger, the coach
said he'd like to incorpo-
rate Miles into the passing
game more this year.
However, he said that the
offense has not yet shown
it's up to the challenge of
greater offensive balance.
"If we can start catching
it, we'll start throwing it
more," Wertenberger said.
"Jacky throws a nice ball,
but we're not going to
throw it if we don't catch it.
"I'd like to be around 60-


40 (run to pass ratio). I'm
hoping we can get back to
that. But we've got to have
people who do their job and
run their routes and catch
the ball."
While Miles and his fel-
low captains have doing
the job in fall practice thus


far, Wertenberger said the
Tigers as a whole are bring-
ing the' right attitude to the
table.
"I would say the whole
team is doing what they
need to do," the coach said.
"We're just one big old
team of Tigers."


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Bullpups
Continued From Page 5A


Shaquarious Baker,
Justin Kent and Brian
Pender will battle for the
vacant QB position,
although Nolen said he
plans on rotating two quar-
terbacks as he did last sea-
son.
However the playing
time is divided, the majori-
ty of the Bullpups will be
seeing significant action
for the first time.
"A lot of these guys
haven't seen what type 'of
competition we play, so the
first game will be an eye-
opener to a bunch of them,"
Nolen said. "We need them
to play at a high level. I
hope we can get there."
The Bullpups will need
to get there against, a sched-
ule that Nolen called,
"without a doubt the tough-
est we've had since I've
been here."
Marianna Middle opens
with Wakulla on the road
on Sept. '9 before another
trip to Port St. Joe on Sept.
14.
The Bullpups'.first home
game is against rival
Riversprings on Sept. 21.
"There are no real cup-
cakes to look.forward to,"


Nolen said. "Day in, day
out, it'f'tough. We 'have six
conference games, and the
only non-conference is St.
Joe."
The Bullpups play in the
Big Bend Bowl
Championship Series,.
which they won last sea-
son.
In a tough league with
'little experience, Nolen
knows that he and his assis-
tants Brad Cross, Jamie
Goodwin, and Eric Staley
will have their work cut out
for them.
"We're aware that we're
really going to have to do
some coaching this year,"
he said. "But I can't say
enough about the guys we
have. They want to work
hard. We've built a good
tradition here of winning,
and they're going to try to
continue that.
"We're not as advanced
,as we were last year, but
(this year's team) will get
to where that team was. It
just might take a .little
longer. But we're still
going to try to win every
game we play. The goals
don't change. The expecta-
tions don't change."


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Dear Annie: My husband and I have been alcohol problem. Please contact Al-Anon (al-
married for 20 years. He was a drinker when I anon.alateen.org) at 1-888-4AL-ANON (1-
met him, but of course, I was young and naive 888-425-2666) and ask for help.
and thought I could change him. When I could- Dear Annie: I work at a nursing home. I
n't, I decided to join him. love my job, and my co-workers are the best.
We had two children, and because of our However, some of the other eniployees bring
drinking, the children were taken away from us their children to work with them. Aside from
for two months. If we wanted them back, one the inappropriateness of having children at a,
of the conditions was to go through an alcohol nursing home all day, it is unfair to the rest of'
treatment program and attend AA. We us because these children bother us constantly
both did this and were sober for with questions about what we are doing.
three wonderful years, during which Some of these parents make,
time we had a third child. decent money and should be able to
The problem is, my husband afford day care or a babysitter. I
got a job in a' different city and i g w s know one woman has relatives her
started drinking again. Things \ i kids could stay with during the day,
have gone downhill ever since. We but she brings them anyway.
tell him often that he drinks too I like to have peace and quiet at
much and needs to get help, but he '. \ work and don't want tq. have to
.doesn't see it. When he is drunk, he repeats worry about a child running'
himself over and over and causes drama around. Nursing homes are for the:
with everyone around him. He yells at our care of elderly people and are not
adult children and is angry that he can no day care centers for children. What can I do?:
longer control their lives. Concerned Employee at a Nursing Home
It seems he only cares about himself. He is Dear Employee: While we sympathize with
not remorseful when he sobers up and instead parents who have difficulty finding day care for
sulks for days and stops speaking to everyone, their children, nursing homes are not an appro- i
I don't know how to help him. I know that I private alternative. The staff dispenses medica-
don'.t want to be with him anymore unless he tions and handles other items that could be dan-
changes. Any advice? Confused in S.D. gerous to youngsters, not to mention the possi-
Dear Confused: It's likely that your hus- ability of children tripping up the residents. Talk
band's work relocation uprooted the support to human resources and find out what the poli-
system he had in place that helped him stay cy is and ask that it be enforced.
sober. Also, if he was a drinker when you met
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This deal is almost the same as the one for the last two
days. Tuesday, when West led his singleton club against four
spades, East erred by covering, dummy's six with his jack.
West, reading this as a suit-preference signal for hearts, took
the second trick with his spade ace and shifted to a heart, let-
ting the contract make. East should have played his club three
at trick one, signaling for diamonds. Then the contract would
have failed.
Yesterday, South showed how to make the contract despite
this potential defense. He took the first trick, cashed his heart
ace, overtook the.heart queen with dummy's king, and dis-
carded his diamond queen on the heart 10. West was welcome
to that trick, but since East could no longer gain the lead while
West'could take a club ruff with his spade five, the contract
made. Today, I have doctored the cards so that the defenders
can still defeat four spades. How?
If you use New Minor Forcing, consider making responder's
inquiry bid always two clubs. Then all of opener's replies have
the same meanings. When the asking bid can be two clubs or
two diamonds; opener's bid to deny the majors changes from
two diamonds (economical) to two no-trump (uneconomical).
To defeat four spades, West wins with his heart jack and
returns a heart, which East ruffs with his spade king! Then East
gives West the vital club ruff. The defenders take the spade ace,
the two ruffs and one heart. Sign up any pair capable of that
defense.


BIG NATE BY LINCOLN PIERCE


SoUP TO NUTZ BY RICK STROMOSKI


HOROSCOPE
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
You'll get a lot further with others
if you look for their virtues instead
of their frailties. Once you start
criticizing others, you can expect
to be attacked regarding your less
charming facets.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
When being generous, you
become more and more attractive
by the minute. Conversely, when
you're more concerned about get-
ting than giving, all people see are
your figurative warts.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
You might find yourself wanting
to manipulate others into doing
your bidding, but don't do it. You
would soon find out this ploy has
more weak points than strong
ones.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)--
Wipe the slate clean instead of
allowing an old grievance bias
your thinking'about a fellow asso1
ciate. If you give things half a
chance, you might be surprised
by how much you like this per-
son.,
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) If you expect others to do
more for you than'you've been
willing to do for them in the past,
you're in for a big surprise.
People have long memories and
will act accordingly.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) There may be some justifi-
cation for your feelings of being
lucky, but don't push it too far.
Everything has its limitations, and
if you cross the line the opposite
could occur.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
-The dismal perceptions of neg-,
ative individuals are likely to dis-'
courage you from doing what you
can and should do, if you let
them. Instead adopt a positive!
demeanor to offset the cynics.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- Surface indicators might:
appear to be promising, but dis-.
torted undercurrents could cause:
you to fail, if you're not careful. If,
you're taking on anything impor-:
tant, proceed cautiously.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) -
What starts out as a friendly dis-,
cussion could quickly turn into a
heated debate, if religion or poli-
tics are brought up. It's a waste of
time to argue such topics,
because nobody will win.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -
When sharing a work assignment
with a colleague, be careful that
you don't grab most of the easy
tasks for yourself and leave all the:
.ugly jobs to your associate. That:
won't go over very well.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
Just because a flashy friend of;
yours is a glib talker, it doesn't'
mean s/he is wise about worldly
things. Enjoy your pal's fun per-
sonality, but don't follow your.
chum's thinking on serious mat-
ters.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)-
Although you might find it prob-
lematic to honor your promises,
make every effort to do so any-
way, especially if others are
depending on you. Don't let them
down.
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Feature Syndicate, Inc.


8-19 2010by UFS, Inc.


CELEBRITY CIPHER
by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
Today's clue: I equals U .
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PREVIOUS SOLUTION: "A great deal of intelligence can be invested in
ignorance when the need for illusion is deep." Saul Bellow
(c) 2010 by NEA, Inc. 8-19


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MONTY BY JIM MEDDICK


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w/black spots in 1851.Ast.-':l" ed.WW ith A .34 c96-5032? 334-406 4555 awning, stabalizer
w/black spoHeights in. Art/iian Well. At i "Gd:rd----r$25K 334-406-9777
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569-1015 D 179 900 FIRM kept eFc. cond. %rry Sailboat '6 Catalina S30.000 OBO 334-695- gas, 5,900 mi. $100k Retirement Center, Marianna, FL
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Greenwood. 850-557- CASHIERS in Parks 0479 or Visit $14,000. 334-685-7319 Great cond. $5,500. $20,000 334-726-6594 (850)573-1813 agement. Degree and certification prefer-
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S600 Joy.. 850.482-5241 Re.al s e @ $k 850- $159,700.850-866- federal guidelines.
state 850-2u9 7825 live wells vw, traikr cover incl. $5500 850- 593-5675 2774
334-793.2226 527-4455 2774"
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Construction know $200 sec dep. Water great. sort shaft Johnson 150HP. slides, king bed.
edge required, _ewver. gart. a cable $600. 334-441-8421 $6500. 334 596-1694 --" exc. cond.. $27.000
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SFT Receptionist / tomized Golf Cart For swim platform. A. C. surround system. loaded ikenew
MedicalRecords Roommates- al Rd urtror r ,r, r, Suga Sand 2006, 18 dinetkicher ert, loadd.leage$42K
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Tools32446 C'dale 850-209-5550 6X12 enclosedralplatform Merc Opti Sydney 110 Outback loaded w/optonsRIERS
J W/1 side door & dbl lII l Ma, 250 HP V6trail. 31 ft. Only used 3 muswith07 Jeep! Dothanmes
Looking for f f doors in back $1900 er. over. NICE tims dual de $58,500 334-803-3397
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Fri & Sat. 7-? 2992 Retreat Brick Johnon '" to 8i people. $38.000.
Russ St.C(behind Home w.'30 ac. 3 2. lid bat Call 334-393.9315
house) Clothes, urn, 2FP. Nice Kitchen 1994 Chaparral 225, $3.500 695 2228 or 763-0280
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pets & animals Unfurnished Red. to $234,000 334) 393-2581 Sleeps 6 Fully cont. mi. $14,900. 00 LI
000 850-509-5160 Stratos '95 285 Pro $13,500 334-726-4905 334-301-3772
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Water. garb. 0 ee.r -0H r Johnson Fastrike 175 To much boat for me! CAMEO 30ft. 2 slides '05 Motor Home. 4
incl. 50 "0 Homesforsale 2 depth finders, gps, Make offer. will kept includes 23' long 2700 mi.
t c pets.. 850-5'268392 deck extension $7000 334-983-1502 or super slide hitch Take over payments.
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givingananimalaway. Large 3/1 Apt in Craftsman insurance & valid driver's license.
town. CH/A $500 + Design
$450 dep. 850-209- Approx 2850 ._ vr -. STF"f -FR b n g- i" a-r r, .ra.
Birds, Bees & FishJ 2943 sq ft..
S2943BR/3BA 18" ICW racing rims, CANVAS INFLATABLE Display shelf unit, Marlin 3030 Good SOLID OAK DRESSER- C eyni llouta
WELCOME HOME Built in 2009 good cond., grt for BOAT COVER 8FT. metal, 4 sides, ad- cond Gun, scope, 5 drawer, TALL $225
DealTaker.coam WILLOWBEND Energy efficient Honda $500 OBO $10 (850)592-2507 just. shelves $35 850-. ammo. $275 (850)592-2507
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Have 1&2BR Ats- Zone system 2 4x6 oriental rugs, w/mirror & chest of Elec. twin bed w/ Men's Wk Pahts & W/MIRROR, 8 DRAW-
Cats Rent starting at $481. 6.1acres both for $140 850- drawers $150 good mattress, $75 OBO Jeans- Several from ERS $275 (850)592-
Th s Instrtion s48an Slate & tile 866-1700 cond. (850)592-2881 850-209-5977 after 32 to 35 $3ea or 2/$5 2507
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home, very friendly. Employer TDD#711 counter $150 for all 3 850- board & rails $100 center/ 32" TV- Butterscotch color mattresses $400 call(
850-573-9465 al dining 866-1700 850-693-4189 Oak w/glass doors NICE $100 (850)592- (850)592-2507
Formal dining and pullout trays for 2507
Free to loving home, -- 2 c arage 6" clay pots, BONSAI Chest DVDs/Tapes and 32" Stuffed/Mounted
litertrainedkittens. Equal Housingtallbar ORCHID POTS $2 4 drawer $50. JVC TV, Exc. cond. Motorcycle Helmet Barracudda 3h' long,
850-482- 5880/850- Opportunity Trey ceiling (850)592-2507 (850)209-4572 $350. (850)482-3145 HJC, Black/Silver & $35 850-866-1700
303-9727 5880/850rppoeduny In masterI

5ii Bamboo shelf unit, $75. (850)209-4572 old, $175/ea or $300 desk, $35 850-482- 850-5692194
Chha p e 2/1 house in Grand Call 334 596-7763 tea cart & rocker C ab t7 both 850-624-3703 / 7888 Toastmaster family
pure bredho papers, dge $45 +$425 $35/ea 850-526-3426 Perfect Condition FURNITURE- 5 PIECE Old WWII 32 calilbur size Belgium Waifie
8 wks old, male, 1 Basketball Hoop $150 850-526-3365 BEDROOM SET pistol $300 850-569- 2194B er
emale $100/ea 850- 5 ome w/ k d $2 BEIGE LOVESEAT 2194 29 4
579-8881 C'dale City Limits 850-526-3426 China Cabinet, Oak, $500 (954)445-9611 Tricycle/stroller, MATURE
OMEGA JUICER RE- brig t colors, ne LOOKING FOR TURE,
s1940's $9 Gl Cl oh TI $2 3 0 850-526- DEPENDABLE NEWSPAPER5 0 Grli9i92

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$450 $500 + de FORECLOSED Barnina Vacuum $20 850- 526-0094 Safe 4' tall, all wood 39x28 adjust height old. Very good condi-
ter incl. 850-352- HOME AUCTION 850-482-7888 COIN RED BOOKS- $SS 850-526-3426 $20 850-526-3426 tion. $400 -
CKC Reg. chow Pup. 4393/209-4516 218 Whisprane Bookcaselarge 65 9AL$30 enmoregs ry, RED iST ( .M ARIANNA
$400 fm $350 ms ite 3BR/1BA, 2636 8 BR/7 BA -7538SF 72"x36", 5 she yes, $100 OBO 850-209- MANY .50 EA tric mixer $8
464-0440 or 498-0675 Church St. C'dale Startin9 Bid: $319k $50 850-5263365 Collectable Barbie 6977 before 7pm (850)592-2507 850-569-2194
4640440or4980675 CH&A No Pets, $500 Auction Starts Bright Start Baby Doll Phone $30 850- e Refrigerator, looks Wooden baby crib Earn an of
DealTaker.com +$30dep(850) Open House: Bouncernw almost new, used rough, runs great $50 w/mattress $65 Seri- 1 0
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Shop with More Available Canopy style white $30 for set 850-693- 718-6262 before 7pm 850-482-3853
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(Miscellaneous Pets] "Property Mgmt is 94REC Brr Snake Habitat $10 $25/ea or $45 for space $25/ea or rails $60ea or 2/$100. drawers $10 per month
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roof. \M.1 radio, 44k $2800. Cal 6;7 7815 $5900. 850-762- UTILITY cargo trailer great cond, 1500
m. 4 cyl, $15,300 Dolittle 2007, 20' series. leather $3000.
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54K ml. Kitc en Collectors-rare fine Honda '99 SI and black, 9k miles, or silver & Extras, Low miles! Like new! .L -1 ,V-- [ued-,1.750 334- 334.90-7959
living rm w/slide Collectors rare fine Honda 99 Sreat for cruising, 38K mi. $26,500 Asking $2,695., 793-2350 or 797-2595 Ford '98 F150, great
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er sating. Spacious daily, absolutely Exc. Cond. 73K mi. Dodge 2004 Dakota rand, 165K mi New
storage w/basem perfect, $5500. 080 A/C, Sunroof $8000 2009 Yamaha Yamaha 2004 V-Star crew cab. El cond. Brakes, alternator
850-535-9672 or 334-347-4990 only 1150 miles1100 Classic. Black & 79K,ull power, cyl, and battery.Cold
mode w/ side X side 850-260-2623 Bought new, barely chrome, excellent to. cruise. $7200. Air.Elec windows &
frig, dishwasher, J850 se262il jaguar '02 X-Type s broken in. Burnt or- condition. $5,000. Jeep '80 CJ7. Lift Kit FORK LIFT American Call 334-449 1864 door locks.$4800 obo
washer & dryer & a Cadillac '94 Seville 4 DR Low Miles, ane and black with 334-618-7525$6,999. Trades con- Eagle w/Cummings 334-691-4643
comfortable Q bed. SS 100K mi. all powDown ghost flames, $9,000 Yamaha '99 XVS11 sidered. CaIllCSI Auto diesel engine, 60001b Ford Laret'02 5150
King dome in motion er, new tires, $3,500. $300 mo. Call Steve negotiable. Extras in 42K mi. Asking $3200 334-714-2700 lift cap., good cond. 129K mi. runs and
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camp ground in 3346932274colin.hightower@hot co9-758nd.850-or 229- power, am/fm RIage, 4 door. $20,000.
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tained 334-793-4438 850579-446? after 06. TevasChoper 333 696-5531 nights Cummings/Onan 2832 GMC '99 Sierra green
o6pmelec. blue w 'cpier generator 703 hrs.
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tth'06WFleetwond 2- Lincoln '01 MKZ. .-w,&. irla is.u. oer124Mped a5KW 400amp, auto ownergarage kept,
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BY MEG KINNARD
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
ORANGEBURG The mother
accused of suffocating her two young sons
and staging an accident to cover it up says
she's remorseful and has been speaking
with the family minister, her attorney said
Wednesday..
"She's tearful, as anybody would be
under these circumstances," defense attor-
ney Carl B. Grant said after a brief hearing
in Orangeburg. "She's been very sad, very
remorseful about all of this stuff, all of the
allegations."
About 80 people attended the first court
appearance for 29-year-old Shaquan
Duley, who was charged Tuesday with two
counts of murder.
Duley originally told investigators her
sons, ages 2 years and 18 months, drowned
after her car plunged into a river. She ulti-
mately confessed to killing the toddlers,,
they say not by dumping them in the
water but by suffocating them earlier with
her own hands.
"She truly felt, 'If I don't have these tod-
dlers, I can be free,'" Orangeburg County
Sheriff Larry. Williams said Tuesday. "I
think she was fed up with her mother
telling .her she couldn't take care of the
children, or she wasn't taking care of the
children and just wanted to be free."
Duley's sister, Adriane Duley, said
Wednesday she doesn't think Williams'
portrayal of events has been unfair.
"I don't feel that he's dragging my sister
through the mud," she said outside the
home she shared with her mother, sister,
niece and nephews.
"I actually feel that he's speaking fairly


BY RACHEL ZOLL
AP RELIGION WRITER
NEW YORK -
American Muslims who
support the proposed
mosque and Islamic center
near ground zero are facing
skeptics within their own
faith those who argue
that the project is insensi-
tive to Sept. 11 victims and
needlessly provocative at a
time when Muslims are
pressing for wider accept-
ance in the U.S.
"For most Americans,,
9/11 remains as an open
wound, and anything asso-
ciated with Islam, even for
Americans who want to
understand Islam to
have an Islamic center with
so much publicity is like
rubbing salt in open
wounds," said Akbar
Ahmed, professor of
Islamic studies at
,American University, a for-
mer Pakistani ambassador
to Britain and author of
"Journey Into America,
The ,Challenge of Islam."
He said the space should
include a synagogue and a
church so it will truly be
interfaith.
Abdul Cader Asmal, past.
president of the Islamic
Council of New England,
an umbrella group for more


compassionately on her part."
Adriane Duley said her family has been
overwhelmed by the media attention and
cannot even do day-to-day tasks such as
taking out the trash or getting the mail,
much less plan two funerals and grieve for
their loss.
"I've had enough," she said. "My family
needs their privacy."
It will be up to a circuit court judge to
decide if Duley will get bail. A date for
that hearing has not been set, and Grant
said he would wait until then to lay out
more details of his client's case.
"There's more to be said, but this is not
the place to say it," said Grant, adding he
was retained by Duley's family Tuesday
and had not yet reviewed her confession to
authorities. "I know the world wants to
know, 'What happened with Shaquan
Duley?' That will come out."
Duley lived with her sons, a 5-year-old
daughter and her mother in a rented home
along a street filled with boarded-tip, aban-'
doned houses in Orangeburg, about 35
miles south of Columbia, South, Carolina's
capital. Out of work and estranged from
the children's father, Duley relied on her
mother to support her and her children,
Williams said.
The sheriff said Duley told investigators
her mother constantly harangued her about
her failures as a mother and inability to
provide for her family financially.
. Leaving her daughter at the house after a
night of arguing with her mother Sunday,
Duley strapped. 2-year-old Devean C.
Duley and 18-month-old Ja'van T. Duley
into their car seats and drove the boys to an
Orangeburg motel several miles from
where she lived.


than 15 Islamic centers,
said some opponents of the
$100 million, 13-story
project are indeed anti-
Muslim. But he said many
Americans have genuine,
understandable questions
about Islam and extremism.
In light of those fears,
and the opposition of many
relatives of 9/11 victims,
Asmal said organizers
should dramatically scale
back the project to just a
simple mosque, despite
their legal right to construct
what they want.
. "Winning in the court of
law is not going to help
improve the image of
Muslims nationwide," said
Asmal, a Massachusetts
physician. "You have to
win the hearts and minds of
the ordinary American peo-
ple,"
The project has touched
off a national debate over
religious tolerance,
American ideals and the
still-fresh pain of the terror-
ist attacks. The center's
leaders, Imam Feisal Abdul
Rauf, and his wife, Daisy,
Khan, have a long record of
interfaith outreach in New
York and beyond. They
insist the center will be a
voice for moderate. Islam
and will welcome people of
all religions. Supporters are


outraged that critics sus-
pect the couple of an
extremist agenda.
. Asra Nomani, author of
"Standing. Alone: An
American Woman's
Struggle for the Soul of
Iglam," said she backs the
idea of the mosque in prin-
ciple but believes the feel-
ings of families who lost
loved ones in the Sept. 11,
2001, attacks should trump
the plan.


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