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Title: Jackson County Floridan
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Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: August 24, 2010
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Mayors group backs off endorsement


Chairman calls

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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A decision to endorse congressional
candidate state Sen. Al Lawson at a meet-
ing last week has led to a flurry of state-
ments from those involved, and those
affected.
The Jackson County Association of
Mayors, or JCAM, is made up of 11 may-
ors in the county; but only six attended the
meeting Thursday of last week.
During that session, the six who were
there were asked to raise their hands, if
they would agree to endorse Al Lawson.
All six did so.
. After the meeting, Al Lawson's assis-
tant John Reid sent out a press release say-
ing the association had endorsed Lawson
in the primary race for the congressional
seat now held by Rep. Allen Boyd, D-
Monticello. The press release called the
vote unanimous.
Since that press release went out, con-
troversy has swirled.
Malone Mayor Gene Wright, who


Gene Wright


founded and chairs JCAM, said Monday
he called for the 'question that evening
because he was caught off guard when
asked by Reid for the endorsement that
night. He said he has come to regret doing
so.
But Lawson's office sent out a press
release Monday, indicating that it was,
Wright, not Lawson, who has pursued the,
idea of a JCAM endorsement for several
months.
Wright continues to deny he ever spoke


Al Lawson.
with the Lawson campaign about a JCAM
endorsement, although he does say he had
personally intended to help the campaign
as an individual. JCAM, he said, was
never part of his discussions with
Lawson's team. He said he has no idea
how Reid could have mistaken his intention
their conversations.
Some mayors who didn't attend the meet-
ing are upset that the vote was even taken,
and that the word "unanimous" might imply
they took part, or that they agreed.


Graceville Mayor Charles Holman is
one of them. He said he wanted to make it
clear he wasn't there, and wouldn't have
voted to endorse any candidate.
"Al Lawson is a friend of mine, and
Allen Boyd, but I as mayor don't have the
luxury of being able to endorse anyone
like that because I'm representing a whole
town of people who have different opin-
ions, personal opinions, and you cannot
speak for what candidate the people in
your city support," Holman said., "I don't
think it's ethical to do something like that,
and I don't think it should happen. I
understand five or six of us weren't even
there, and to call the vote unanimous is
just, well, not right."
Those absent were Marianna Mayor
Roger Clay, Greenwood Mayor Chaxlie
Sanders, Cottondale Mayor James Elmore,
Graceville Mayor Charles Holman and
Jacob Mayor Bernice Milton.
The mayors who did attend were
Wright, Grand Ridge interim Mayor Kim
Applewhite, Bascom Mayor Ann Bryan,
Sneads Mayor Mike Weeks, Campbellton
Mayor Aggie Curry and Alford Mayor
George Gay.
And at least one mayor who did attend
and raised her hand, Bryan, said she was-
n't even aware when she did so that she
See MAYORS, Page 5A >


Marianna

joins DUI

crackdown
STAFF REPORT
The Marianna
Police Department
is participating in a
nationwide cam-
paign against driv-
ing under the
influence of drugs Hayes
or alcohol, dnd Baggett
kicked off its
efforts last Friday.
The stepped-up enforcement
effort will run through Sept. 6, in
a special effort to prevent drug or
alcohol-related accidents through
the Labor Day holiday period.
On Friday, Aug. 27, the depart-
ment will conduct a DUI satura-
tion patrol during, the evening
hours.
During a saturation patrol, offi-
cers are posted in specific areas to
look out for traffic infractions or
abnormalities of any sort that

See DUI, Page 5A.


Jackson County schools begin classes


The first day of school brought many challenges to Jackson County students, including how to get into their
combination locker. At Marianna Middle School, Matty Lane and Sera Cooper celebrate their victory over
the.lock while Ric Gable concentrates as he dials in his combination. Mark Skinner / Floridan


Few traffic

problems

reported
STAFF REPORT
MomiingTraffic on the first day
of school in Jackson County went
smoothly, according to Marianna
Police Chief Hayes Baggett, but
the afternoon at Golson
Elementary School presented a
few problems.
a Golsqo. this year changed its
student pick-up procedure, and
traffic was backed up more than
usual as a result, Baggett said.
Last year, and in many years
past, parents were allowed to
park their cars in one pick-up
lane, get out of their vehicles and
escort their children to the car.
This year, parents aren't
allowed to do that. Now, they
must wait in line until staff brings
the child to the vehicle. The park-
See SCHOOLS, Page 5A >


Catch of the day for grade schooler Woods, wife
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

Austin Wright of Sneads will have a ready
answer if his teachers ask what he did on his
summer vacation.
He fished. A lot. And last weekend,. two
days before the start of a new school year, he
landed a whopper.
The 11-year-old reeled in a 14-pound, 32-
inch-long striped bass, his biggest.
He was fishing the Apalachicola River in
an aluminum boat Saturday morning with his
grandfather Jimmy Wright, and cousin Taylor
Croft when he caught the fish;
Wright said he "just had a feeling" when he
saw a rocky place near the shore that looked
promising, just below the Jim Woodruff Dam
in Chattahoochee
He told his grandfather and cousin that he
was going to catch a fish on the next cast.
Using a lure he'd found dangling from an
overhanging tree limb at Lake Talquin on a
previous fishing expedition, he aimed his
hook and line into the rocky shallow.
Wright soon felt his line go taut, and saw a
giant splash. The fight was on, and the young
angler knew right away he'd hooked a bass -
he saw the stripes when the fish rolled in an
effort to escape.
But Wright hung on, putting all his 70-
something pounds into the battle, and bend-
ing his 4-foot, 9-inch frame to the task.
"My adrenaline was pumping, and I was
happy," Wright recalled of those next few
moments.
The fish put up an impressive struggle but
finally tired, and Wright reeled him to the
boat. He used a net to scoop the bass out of
the water; the fish was almost too big to fit.


See CATCH, Page 5A >


Austin Wright holds up the 14 pound bass he caught Saturday. Contributed Photo


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County court
WMBB NEWS 13
Tiger Woods and Elin
Nordegren divorced in Bay
County Court mid-day Monday.
Court records indicate the case
was opened Monday, and the
judgment was finalized Monday.
Both parties were present for the
divorce hearing.
The divorce proceedings took
place behind closed doors' in
Judge Judy Pittman Biebel's
chambers. Sources inside the
courthouse say many employees
had no idea that the couple was
there. Carroll L. McCauley, a
Panama City attorney, was just
one of the attorneys providing
representation for Tiger.
Available court records indi-
cate both Tiger and Elin signed
documents to waive the delay
period, based on the fact that the
couple- has been separated for
some time now, and signed a mar-
ital settlement agreement was
completed well more than 20
days prior to filing for divorce.
The settlement agreement was
signed on July 3 and 4, 2010.
Those records also indicate that
they have been living apart since
November 2009, when the acci-
dent happened outside of their
Windermere home. Elin although
See DIVORCE, Page 5A >


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August 24 Tuesday
Chipola College late registration for fall
classes continues through noon today.
Drop/add for registered students continues
through noon Friday, Aug. 27. 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 less-
er value free' on all children's clothes, chil-
dren'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.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
The Marianna One Stop Center hosts a free
Employability Skills workshop on "Meekness,"
5:30-6:30 p.m. Public welcome; no charge.
Call 718-0326.
The Town of Grand Ridge convenes a spe-
cial meeting.and public workshop, 5:30 p.m. at
the Grand Ridge Town Hall. The purpose of the
special meeting is to discuss and review a
FRDAP grant resolution and the public work-
shop will be held to discuss and review pro-
posed sewer collection rates and the FY 2010-
2011 Budget. Call 592-4621.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Marianna
Sit-n-Sew.is Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m. in the First
United Methodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton
Street, behind the Marianna Post Office. Call
272-7068.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in th.e AA room.

August 25 Wednesday
Eldercare Services at 4297 Liddon St. in
Marianna will be giving out USDA and Brown
Bag food at 8 a.m. Food will also be given out
in Malone at the City Hall.
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Marianna One Stop Center hosts a free
Employability Skills workshop on "Budgeting,"
10-11 a.m. Public welcome; no charge. Call.
718-0326.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
12-1 p.m. at First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
The Annual Jackson County Farm Bureau
Youth Speech Contest is at 4 p.m. in the
Jackson County Farm Bureau office. Details
are available at http://bit.ly/blk9aR. Cash prize
for the first, second and third place. Winner
qualifies for district competition. Call 482-
5751 or 352-538-3182.
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
will have its regular board meeting at 5:30 p.m.
in the Hudnall Building community room. Call
718-2629.


The Liberty County Arts Council presents
"Art Alive 2010," an exhibit showcasing a vari-
ety of art forms, Aug. 25 Sept. 1 at Veterans'
Memorial Civice Center in Bristol. Call (850)
643-6646 or (850) 643-5491.

August 26 Thursday
The 2010 Florida Pecan Growers'
Association. Pecan Field Day and Annual
Meeting is at the Jackson County Agricultural
Conference Center on Pennsylvania,Avenue in
Marianna. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Call
482-9620. Those with special needs should
call 482-9620 at least 5 business days prior to
the event.
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 less-
er value free on all children's clothes, chil-'
dren'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.
Staff from Rep. Allen Boyd's office will
meet with the public, 9:30-11:30 a.m. at the
county commission meeting room, 2864
Madison St. in Marianna.
The Corrections Corporation of America
Job Fair is 2-7 p.m. at the Graceville Civic
Center. Applications for certified Correctional
Officers, medical staff and educational staff
will be taken. Call 718-0326, 638-6089 or 718-
0456, ext 114.
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.
Staff from Rep. Allen Boyd's office will
meet with the public, 1-2:30 p.m. at Graceville
City Hall, 5347 Cliff St.

August 27 Friday
The Panhandle Seminole Booster Club
.Boston Butt Sale is pre-selling smoked Boston
butts through Aug. 27. The 8-10 pound pork
butts will'be ready for pick up Sept. 2. The
Club raises scholarship funds to help local stu-
dents attend Florida State University. Call 482-
3466, or visit Sweet Stuff Bakery, 4477
Jackson St., Marianna.
Southeastern Community Blood Center's
mobile unit will be at the Florida Department of
Revenue office in Marianna, 9 a.m. to noon;
and at Marianna Health and Rehab, 1-4 p.m.
Call 526-4403.
The Marianna One 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 welcome; no'
charge. Call 718-0326.
Jackson Hospital brings Medwheels to
Superior Bank, 2258 US Highway. 71,
Marianna. Free'cholesterol, glucose an lipids


screenings offered, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Screenings involve a finger stick with instant
results. Health coach available to explain
results, answer questions. For most accurate
results, fast at least two hours prior to testing.
Marianna VFW Post No. 12046 and Ladies
Auxiliary have a barbecue rib fundraiser, 10:30
a.m. to 3 p.m. in the parking lot on the corner
of US 90 and Nolan Street (next to the Family
Dollar). Plates with drinks will also be avail-
able. Call 482-2347 or 590-0515.
The Partners for Pets Spaghetti Dinner
Fundraiser is 5-8 p.m. at Citizens Lodge in
Marianna. Cost: Adults, $5; kids under 12, $3.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome. hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road.
Dinner, 6 p.m. (free for first-time guests);
meeting, 7 p.m. Child care available. 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 28 Saturday
The Miss Heart of America Pageant will be
at the Elks Lodge, 4607 Highway 90, Marianna.
Call 334-684-6051 or 850-859-2742. This.
pageant is a 2011 Jackson County preliminary
competition and a food drive to benefit Chipola
Family Ministries.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
4:30-5:30 p.m. at First United Methodist
Church,.2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

August 29 Sunday
The Liberty County Arts Council presents
"Art Alive 2010," an exhibit showcasing a vari-
ety of art forms, Aug: 25 Sept. 1 at Veterans'
Memorial Civice Center in Bristol. Call (850)
643-6646 or (850) 643-5491.

August .30 Monday
The Parkinson's Support Group meets at
noon in the ground floor education classroom
of Jackson Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive,
Marianna. Felicia Lein M.S. CCC-SLP will pres-
ent "Impact of Parkinson's and the Voice."
Lunch provided. Those diagnosed with
Parkinson's and their care givers are invited.
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.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
Marianna Athletic Youth Association
Cheerleader registration deadline is Aug. 30.
Ages 6-12 (on May 1, 2010) welcome. Cost:
$25. Proof of insurance and birth certificate
required. Registration is at Champion
Motorsports (across from Winn Dixie), during
business hours. Call 272-7389.


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POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
Aug. 22, the latest avail-
able report: Three aban-
doned vehicles, one reck-
less driver, three suspi-
cious vehicles, one suspi-
cious incident, two suspi-
cious persons, one infor-
mation report, three bur-
glaries, one verbal distur-
bance, one pedestrian
complaint, one prowler,
14 medical calls, three
burglar alarms, one
report of a firearm dis-
charged, one power line


down, 18 traffic stops,
one larceny complaint,
one civil dispute, one
. found/abandoned proper-
ty report, one fight in
progress call, two animal
complaints, four 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. 22:
One accident, one suspi-
cious vehicle, three suspi-
T


cious persons, one vehi-
cle burglary, one physical
disturbance, two burglar
alarms, nine traffic stops,
one follow-up investiga-
tion, one juvenile com-
plaint, one assault, one
noise disturbance, one
animal complaint, and
two assists of other agen-
cies.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL.
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:


Jaryd Deese, 18, 4700
Ebony Court, Marianna,
driving under the influ-
ence.
-.- -- ^ Guy
SMars, 49,
ARj- 392 Monarc
CRi MEDrive ,
H o u m a ,
La., possession of more
than 20 grams of marijua-
na, possession of mari-
juana with intent to dis-
tribute.
Shawnn Crawford,
32, 331 Broad St.,
Houma, La., possession
of more than 20 grams of
marijuana, possession of


marijuana with intent to
distribute.
Jason Perry, 23, 6410
Hartsfield Road,
Greenwood, expired tag-
more than six months.
Charles Boling, 60,
6710 Pine Tucky Road,
Mobile, Ala., driving
under the influence.

JAIL POPULATION: 252
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
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lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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VFW barbecue fundraiser Friday

SPECIAL Tro rH FLORIDA


Veterans of Foreign Wars Ted Walt Post
No. 12046 and the Ladies Auxiliary will
host a barbecue rib fundraiser Friday.
The fundraiser kicks off at 10 a.m. and
lasts until 3 p.m. in the parking lot on the
corner of Nolan Street and U.S. Highway
90 in Marianna, next to the Family Dollar.
VFW Ted Walt Post No. 12046 and
Ladies Auxiliary also invite all veterans
that have fought in a foreign war to join
the VFW.
The VFW is a veterans' service organi-
zation dedicated to supporting veterans
and deployed service members, as well as
their families.
All of its 1.7 million members are U.S.
citizens, have served in the military and
have been deployed or are currently
deployed to an area of conflict.
Those who would like to talk to a VFW
member about joining can contact Senior
Vice Commander and Service Officer
Larry Roberts at 718-7773.
The VFW meets on the first Thursday of
the month.
The next meeting is Sept. 2, at 2830
Wynn St. in Marianna (AKA the former
senior citizens' building).
A covered dish supper is at 6 p.m., and
the meeting follows.
For more information, call 272-6084.


Maiianna VFW Ted Walt Post No. 12046 and the Ladies Auxiliary's barbecue rib.fundraiser is Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the
parking lot on the corner of Nolan Street and U.S. Highway 90 in Marianna, next to the Family Dollar. Mark Skinner / Floridan


VFW taking contest entries


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Veterans of Foreign Wars and
its Ladies Auxiliary are taking entries
for their 2010-2011 Voice of
Democracy scholarship contest and
Patriot's Pen youth essay contest.
The Voice of Democracy is an
audio essay competition open to stu-
dents under 19, in grades, nine
through 12. Contestants must submit
a three- to five-minute original
recorded essay on a standard audio
cassette or compact disc. This year's
theme is "Does My Generation Have
a-Role in America's Future?"
The Patriot's Pen youth essay con-


test is open to students in sixth
through eighth grades.
Entrants are required to submit a
300 to 400 word typed essay. The
theme is "Does Patriotism Still
Matter?"
Home-schooled students are eligi-
ble for both contests. Foreign
exchange students are excluded.
Individual entries must be submit-
ted directly to a local VFW Post. In
cases where schools, classes or youth
groups have a large number of stu-
dents and wish to conduct their own
competition, one winner for each 15
students will be submitted.
All entries must be received no


later than midnight Nov. 1.
Local, district and state winners
receive prizes or awards. State win-
ners receive an all-expenses-paid,
four-day trip to Washington, D.C.,
March 5-9, sponsored by Target. The
national VOD contest top prize is a
$30,000 scholarship.
The Patriot's Pen national winner
receives a $10,000 U.S. savings bond.
For entry forms and more informa-
tion, call VFW Post 12046
Commander Bill Sellers Jr. at 482-
475'5 or 272-6084; e-mail
wsellers@yahoo.com; or visit
www.vfw.org, click "Programs," then
"VFW Scholarship Programs."


Rotarians lend a hand for education



HIPOLA


Marianna Rotary Club President Philip Tyler, center, and Scholarship Chairman Kenneth Anderson, left, present
Chipola Foundation Director Julie Fuqua with a check to fund four scholarships for the 2010-11 school year.
Previous Marianna Rotary Scholarship recipients now serve the community as leaders in education, nursing and
banking. A recent recipient is attending the Florida State University College of Medicine and another credits the
scholarship with his career in th'e Navy. Contributed photo


Marianna Woman's Club
installs new officers

Recently installed Marianna Woman's Club
officers are, from left, Carol Schoepf, second
vice president; Sharon Bannerman, secre-
tary; Ruth Huizer, first vice president; Ellie i
Green, president; Jean Meyer, treasurer; .
and Nancy McMullin, third vice president. In 1:
the back row is installing officer Juanita
Sanson.
The theme of the installation was "Fund and
Fun." Not pictured: Chris Sharkey in her
clown costume, assisting the ceremony. -
Contributed photo


Noma reunion
planned
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Annual Noma
Community Reunion will
be Saturday, Sept. 4, in the
Noma Town Hall. Doors
will open at 10 a.m., and
lunch will be served at
noon.
All past and present resi-
dents and their friends are
invited.
Those planning to attend
are asked to bring a well-
filled basket of their
favorite dishes, as well as
tea, if that is the beverage
you prefer.
Soft drinks, ice, cups,
plates and eating utensils
will be furnished.
Anyone desiring addi-
tional information is urged
to contact Ludine Riddle at
850-974-8438.


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ELECTION DAY

IS TODAY

POLLING LOCATIONS ARE OPENED TODAY 7AM TO 7PM

YOU MUST VOTE AT YOUR POLLING PLACE ON ELECTION
DAY if you did not vote early or by absentee
FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES THAT YOU PRESENT A VALID &
CURRENT PICTURE/SIGNATURE ID (ex: Florida Drivers License
or Identification card, Debit/Credit Card, Student Card....)
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AN ACCEPTABLE ID, YOU WILL BE
PERMITTED TO VOTE A PROVISIONAL BALLOT
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THE SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS OFFICE BY 7PM TODAY
VOTED ABSENTEE BALLOTS CAN NOT BE RETURNED TO A
POLLING PLACE
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Corrections job

fair set for Aug. 26
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Corrections Corporation of America, the com-
pany set to take over management of the Graceville
Correctional Facility on Sept. 26, recently
announced details of its upcoming job fair.
CCA will be taking applications for certified cor-
rectional officers, medical staff and educational staff.
Assisting with the event will be the Chipola
Regional Workforce Board and One Stop Centers.
The job fair is set for 2 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug.
26, at the Graceville Civic Center.
For further information, you can call 850-718-
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Artists' work featured at library exhibit


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The work of 10 local artists is fea-
tured at the 2010 Fall Art Exhibit at
the Jackson County Public Library,
which began Aug. 20.
Traditional subjects landscapes,
flowers and birds are accompanied
by more unusual subjects like fairies,
as well as bold, contemporary sub-
jects.
"There's a variety of art in this
exhibit, and something appeals to
most of the viewers. Several library
patrons commented on how
impressed they were with the art on
display during the installation of the
exhibit," said Exhibit Chairperson
Judy Brooten. "One gentleman said
he was from out of town and was
happy to see the exhibit being
installed."
Artists Guild of Northwest Florida
members include an educational
component to the exhibit by labeling
each piece with.the artist's name and
the medium in which it was created.
Some of the two-dimensional art is
color or black-and-white photogra-
phy, and the photographer's name
and subject,matter is listed for each
piece.
A glass exhibit case in the center of
the library's main room showcases a
collection of handmade baskets. The
collection was organized by Lois
Jones and reflects her keen interest in
all things natural. Each of the baskets
are hand-crafted from natural materi-
als. Pine needles, grapevine, sabal
palm fronds, Spanish Bayonets or
yucca and sea grasses create texture,
color and interest for each piece.
Jones shared that her interest in
baskets was peaked during a trip to
Great Britain.
She admired the bread baskets that
were placed on the tables at restau-
rants during the trip. When she
inquired about the baskets, she
learned they were made of natural
materials such as wheat, and were an
important part of the fall wheat har-
vest in the United Kingdom.
Jones had hoped to purchase a bas-
ket, but was told that they were not
available in any of the shops.
Fortunately, a hostess on the trip pre-
sented her with a basket as a memen-
to of the trip.
Since then, Jones has taken three
basket weaving classes, traveling
from the Panhandle of Florida to
Osprey, to attend. Two of the baskets
on display are her hafidiwork. She
uses a free-form method to fashion
them from grapevine and sabal palm.
Artists whose two-dimensional
works are featured in the exhibit


Marianna resident Lois Jones arranges her exhibit of hand made baskets made
from natural materials at the Jackson County Library. Contributed photo


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Jackson County resident artists Nancy Zurenda, Tina Van Fleet, Berit
Jackson and Barbara Revell discuss an oil portrait of a llama at the art
exhibit installation at the Jackson County Library. Contributed photo


include Karen Roland, Berit Jackson,
Barbara Revell, Pat Crisp, Nancy
Zurenda, Starr Shumaker, Carol
Yoder, Suzanne Payne and Helene
Wyckoff.
The 2010 Fall Art Exhibit at the
Jackson County Public Library will
be open to the public for viewing
until mid-November.
The Artists Guild of Northwest


Florida Inc. is a not-for-profit Florida
Corporation based in Jackson
County.
For information regarding pro-
grams and educational opportunities,
contact Michele Tabor Kimbrough,
president, at 557-0655; or write The
Artists Guild of Northwest Florida
Inc., P.O. Box 1605, Marianna, FL
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The Gulf Coast Claims Facility (GCCF), administered by Kenneth R. Feinberg, has been established to
assist claimants in filing claims for costs and damages incurred as a result of the oil spill resulting from
the Deepwater Horizon Incident of April 20, 2010. Claims previously filed with the BP Claims Process
have been transitioned to the new GCCF Cl'aims Facility for review, evaluation and determination
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Co-chair U.S. Coast Guard Capt. Hung Nguyen, right, asks a question as U.S. Coast Guard Capt. Mark Higgins,
left, and Wayne Andersen, center, retired U.S. District Judge, listen during the Deepwater Horizon joint investi-
gation hearings by the U.S. Coast Guard and the Interior Department's Bureau of Ocean Management,
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Oil spill investigators



focus on communication


BY HARRY R. WEBER AND
RAMIT PLUSHNICK-MASTI
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS

HOUSTON Federal
investigators seeking the
cause of the rig explosion
that led to BP's massive
Gulf oil spill focused
Monday on communication
and chain of command,
wondering at times whether
the key players knew
enough to handle an emer-
gency.
They also questioned
whether a piece of failed
equipment designed to pre-
vent the disaster was
inspected on schedule.
Details about the so-called
blowout preventer, which
was supposed to lock in
place to prevent a spill in the
case of an explosion, will be
important as investigators
pull it from the seabed to
analyze.
Testimony about the fran-
tic moments after the spill,
when a distraught worker
told the rig manager "she
just blew, she just blew," will
also be key to understanding
what happened April 20.
That's when the Deepwater
Horizon rig exploded,
killing 11 workers and sub-


Mayors


was voting to officially endorse
Lawson.
Bryan said she likes both Lawson
and Boyd, and that she felt both had
represented Jackson County well in
their respective offices through the
years.
Wh6n asked if she endorsed
Lawson, she noted she raised her
hand but said she felt it was "a very
awkward situation."
Bryan said she didn't have enough
preparation to realize it was going to
be an official endorsement at the
meeting.
Wright said Bryan was the only
JCAM member he didn't ask indi-
vidually ahead of the vote about the
endorsement. He couldn't ask her, he
said, because she was seated right
next to Lawson. Wright, approached
each member one-on-one.. All the
others were aware by the time the
vote was called for that the question
would be asked, Wright said.
"'We didn't know that was the rea-
son he was there," Bryan said. "I
don't think we should be endorsing a
candidate, and I was surprised by the
call for a vote. It wasn't said before-
hand that this would happen. I think
Mr. Lawson and Mr. Boyd have done
wonderful things for the county in
their respective positions, but the
people of Jackson County are bright
and can decide for themselves who to
vote for.
"The whole thing just made me
very uncomfortable."
Lawson entered the congressional
race against Boyd as Lawson termed
out as a state senator.
But Lawson, on reading of


DUI


constitute probable cause to stop a
vehicle.
On Friday, Sept. 3, Marianna offi-
cers will conduct safety checks on
several well-traveled streets, includ-
ing Jefferson and Lafayette streets,
Milton Avenue, and Old Cottondale
and Carter's Mill roads.
In safety checkpoint operations,
officers are posted in certain areas to
stop every vehicle that passes for a
safety check.
"Impaired driving is clearly a
crime, not an accident," Marianna
Police Chief Hayes Baggett said in a


sequently spewing 206 mil-
lion gallons of oil into 'the
Gulf.
Two men who testified
Monday were key to the
successful operation of the
complex deepwater rig. But
Neil Cramond, who over-
sees BP's marine operations
in the Gulf, acknowledged
he rarely had contact with
Paul Johnson, who managed
the rig for owner Transocean
Ltd., which leased it to BP.
Cramond also testified
that captains of rigs like the
Deepwater Horizon are ulti-
mately responsible for crew
safety and environmental
matters, but are not always
involved in decisions about
how to deal with drilling
operations and potential
risks.
Members of the joint U.S.
Coast Guard-Bureau of
Energy Management,
Regulation and
Enforcement investigative
panel are trying to figure out
what caused the explosion
and how regulation, safety
and oversight can be
improved to prevent another
such catastrophe.
Investigators asked
Johnson about whether
maintenance of the blowout.


preventer had been up to
code. Johnson'testified that a
September 2009 safety audit
did not include a complete
inspection of the device, and
so "I don't think it's a com-
plete audit."
A few months later, how-,
ever, as the rig was being
moved to the well, the
blowout preventer was
inspected. But investigators
questioned whether this was
in line with the three- to
five-year timetable laid out
in regulatory codes.
Meanwhile, Cramond's
description of how responsi-
bilities and communication.
were divided among the par-
ties responsible for the
sunken rig raised eyebrows
at times among the investi-
gators.
While questioning
Cramond, a Coast Guard
official wondered if there
was anyone who had a "big
picture" of what was going
on. He said he was con-
cerned the captain was
responsible for keeping the
crew and vessel safe and
preventing pollution, but
had "little say and aware-
ness of what's going on in
terms of risk."
"I believe what you've


Wright's misgivings over taking the
vote, issued a press release Monday
in which he indicated Wright was
well aware in advance of the endorse-
ment issue.
According to Lawson's Monday
release, Wright approached him
months ago about a possible endorse-
ment by JCAM, and that it was
Wright who called the vote "unani-
mous." The assistant wrote the initial
endorsement announcement based on
that information.
"I am disappointed to learn that thee
Jackson County Association of
Mayors has had second thoughts
regarding their endorsement of my
campaign for Congress," Lawson
wrote Monday. "The JCAM
approached me personally in April
about endorsing my candidacy, and
my staff has been discussing the issue
with Gene Wright for the past couple
months.
"I did not seek out this endorse-
ment; they approached me. And after
the vote at the meeting, Mr. Wright
specifically indicated that the vote
was unanimous. I understand how
politics works, and I hold no ill will
toward the mayors association."
Reid confirmed Monday it was
Wright Lawson referred to in saying
that "JCAM approached me personal-
ly in April about endorsing my candi-
dacy."
In response, Wright said he talked
with Lawson's team, but about his
own individual support only.
"I did contact them in April after
Al Lawson told me he was thinking
about running, and said I'd help any
way I could," Wright said. "They


press release about the enforcement
effort. "In fact, it's one of America's
most often committed and deadliest
crimes. Alcohol impairment among
drivers involved in fatal crashes was
four times higher at night than during
the day. Impaired drivers risk killing,
disabling, disfiguring and injuring
themselves and others, often their
own friends and family."
According to Baggett, 5,432 driv-
ers between the ages of 21 and 34
were killed nationwide in traffic acci-
dents in 2008.
"That's why the Marianna Police


outlined is an accurate pic-
ture," Cramond said, noting
such arrangements are stan-
dard in the oil and gas indus-
try. He insisted, however,
that records will show that
on a number of occasions
he communicated concerns
about safety problems to the
people who needed to know
about.them.
Asked if the Deepwater
Horizon was properly
manned at the time of the
explosion that killed 11
workers, he replied: "I have
no information that would
say otherwise."
Johnson, whose responsi-
bilities included training
and personnel, was not on
board the Deepwater
Horizon when it exploded.
He said he only visited the
rig three days each month
and was not able to monitor
real-time data from it at his
location on shore.
The blast knocked out
communication between
him and the captain and off-
shore installation manager,
he testified. Eventually, he
managed to talk to one of
the rig workers who told
him he had insulation in his
eyes and was struggling to
see and hear.


Continued From Page 1A


called me once and said he was going
to. be in Jackson County, and asked
could I put together a peanut boil or
something, but I didn't have time to
do it then.
"I said that, after the primary,
maybe I could do something, but that
was all personal, nothing to do with
JCAM, and I've never discussed a
JCAM endorsement with them. I
invited (Lawson) to the meeting, but
it was strictly to talk about issues of
concern to us."
Wright said the subject of an
endorsement didn't come up until the
actual JCAM meeting.
"The first I heard of an endorse-
ment was at the meeting from John
Reid, when he approached and asked
if he could get an endorsement<'
wright said. "I told him I would ask
around and see, and I did that indi-
vidually around the room, except I
couldn't ask Ann Bryan because she
was sitting right next to (Lawson).
That 'was the first mention of an
endorsement from JCAM."
In spite of that, Wright said the
vote did go ahead Thursday.
"We took the vote, which is an
informal thing, not like a city com-
mission meeting, and on a show of
hands it was unanimous to endorse,"
he said. "I can't, explain the misun-
derstanding."
Wright said. he now believes the
body should never endorse any candi-
date over another.. He anticipates that
the organization, a fairly new one,
will address that matter in its bylaws
soon.
The bylaws are still being written,
Wright said.


Continued From Page 1A


Department will be aggressively
enforcing impaired driving laws dur-
ing the national crackdown at all
times of day and night. Don't take the
risk," Baggett said. "If you are plan-
ning to drink alcohol with friends,
designate a sober driver before going
out and give that person your keys. If
you are impaired, don't drive, call a
sober friend or family member to get
you home safely. We ... are on a mis-
sion to arrest impaired drivers and get
them off the streets, save more lives,
and make the 2010 crackdown
count."
T


Jackson County Floridan Tuesday, August 24, 2010 5A


Schools Continued From Page 1A

ing lane has been eliminat- tant for parents to be patient
ed.. Baggett said almost as they're getting used to the
every employee, including new policy.
administrative and investiga- "It's going to be slower
tive officers, were in the than usual the first week,
school zones at the start and with new kids coming in, a
end of the school day to lot of kindergarteners, and
make sure things went then with Golson's change
smoothly at Golson and of procedure, but being
Riverside. patient and careful will go a
He cautions drivers to long way in keeping our
continue to use extra care children safe and the traffic
around town when students flowing as smoothly as it
are going to and from can," Baggett said. "It'll all
, school. With regards to work out if we all work
Golson, he said it's impor- together."


Catch Continued From Page 1A

He put the striper in an on- bass. He's been fishing ever
board live well, and he bare- since he was a toddler, and
ly fit there. says his grandfather taught
The bass is now in a freez- him all the secrets to good
er, and will be mounted as a fishing.
keepsake for the youngster. Wright said he hopes to
Wright said he's caught someday compete in touma-
three other 14-pound fish ments. When he does, he
two carp and a catfish but imagines that old found lure
that none of them put up will still have an honored
nearly as good a fight as the place in his tackle box.


D divorce Continued From Page 1A


moved to a different residence
in Windermere.
Records also state that Elin
will be reverting back to her
maiden name of Nordegren.
Both Tiger and Elin also had
to complete a four-hour par-
enting course as part of the
divorce. I1


The final judgement paper-
work will not be available
until some time Tuesday so
how much money Elin will
get, and how the custody
arrangements of their two
children, 3-year-old Sam and
1-year-old Charlie, will work
out is not known.


OBITUARIES


Marianna Chapel'
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059

Phyllis A.
Borgerson

Phyllis A. Borgerson, 84,
of Marianna passed away
Saturday, Aug. 21, 2010.
Arrangements are incom-
plete and will be an-
nounced by Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home.



Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059

Paula Jane
Gardner
Hughes

Paula Jane Gardner
Hughes, 59, of Marianna
passed away Sunday, Aug.
22, 2010, in Jackson Hospi-
tal, after a lengthy illness.
She was .a lifelong resi-
dent of Jackson County
and a faithful member of
the First United Methodist
Church of Marianna. She
was a loving mother, wife
and friend, a former mem-
ber of the Junior Woman's
Club of Marianna and en-
joyed spending her leisure
time in her flower garden.
Paula recently retired
from teaching in the Jack-
son County school system
after 36 years. She taught at
Cottondale and Marianna
High Schools, and at Adult
Education.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Rob-
ert and Lela Gardner; and
two brothers, Ronald Gard-
ner and Andrew Gardner.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Donald D. Hughes of
Marianna; daughters, Sar-
ah Kathryn Sherrel and
husband Victor, of New Or-
leans, and Hillary Kay
Hughes of Pensacola;
brothers, William Gardner
and wife Charlotte, of Ma-
rianna, and Robert Gard-
ner and wife Shirley, of
Bainbridge, Ga.
The memorial service for
Mrs. Hughes will be 4 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 25, at the
First 'United Methodist
Church of Marianna, with
Judd and Libba Stinson of-
ficiating.
The family will receive
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday,
Aug. 24, at the First United
Methodist Church Wesley
Center.
In lieu of flowers, dona-
tions may be made to The
American Cancer Society,
4001 W. 23rd St., Suite C,
Panama City, FL 32405; or
The Jackson Hospital
Foundation Inc., P.O. Box
1608, Marianna, FL 32447.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.


Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059

Edra M. .
Enfinger
Parker

Edra M. Enfinger Parker,
92, passed away Saturday;
Aug. 21, 2010, in Big Bend
Hospice House, Tallahas-
see.
-She was a lifelong resi-
dent of Jackson County
and a member of the First
Baptist Church of Marian-
na. She was a loving moth-
er and grandmother. She
worked as a beautician,
Avon sales representative
and dental assistant before
her retirement.
She was preceded in
death by her husbands,
Wilburn Wilson Enfinger
and John Gorden Parker;
parents, Ivey Webster and
Sarah "Ella" Peacock
McLane; stepson John Gor-
don Parker Jr.; and two sis-
ters, Gladys Bell and Ruby
White.
Survivors include her son
Wilson Enfinger and wife
Linda, of Tallahassee; step-
daughter Terry Pope and
husband Wilkie, of Mont-
gomery, Ala.; grandchil-
dren, Patrick Enfinger,
Mary-Margaret Enfinger,
Tracie Enfinger and Becky
Harrison, all of Tallahassee;
great-grandchild Zachary
'Enfinger of Tallahassee;
nephew Harry Bell Jr.; and
three nieces, Sharon Ma-
son, Brenda Evans and
Royce Anna White.
The funeral service will
be 11 a.m. Tuesday, Aug.
24, at at Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home, Dr. Shan-
non Eads officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in
Pinecrest Memorial Gar-
dens Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, contri-
butions may be made to
Big Bend Hospice of Talla-
hassee, 1723-1 Mahan Cen-
ter Blvd., Tallahassee, FL
32308; or to the First Bap-
tist Church of Marianna,
2897 Green St., Marianna,
FL 32446.
A time of visitation will
be held one hour prior to
service time.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
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may be submitted online at
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m.
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Funeral Home
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Ronald Pillick of Marian-
na passed away Monday,
Aug. 23, 2010.
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6A Tuesday, August 24, 2010 Jackson County Floridan


NATIONAL


Escapees' charges detail grisly crime spree


BY TIM KORTE
ASSOCIATED PRESs WRrrER


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. Two
escaped convicts from Arizona and
a woman who accompanied them
kidnapped an Oklahoma couple and
gunned them down so they could
steal their camping trailer, prosecu-
tors said Monday as they released
chilling details about the group's
crime spree.
The murder and carjacking
charges against John McCluskey,
Tracy Province and Casslyn Welch
provided a clearer picture of their
time on the run and showed how the
fugitives turned to killing as they
became increasingly desperate.
McCluskey told an FBI agent
after being captured last week that
he killed Gary Haas with a single
shot near the temple, then fired three
times to kill Linda Haas, according
to a criminal complaint.
When the fugitives noticed blood
was dripping from the trailer, they
doused it with liquor to set it ablaze
on a dirt road before heading to
Wyoming.
U.S. Attorney Kenneth Gonzales
said all three defendants could face
the death penalty if convicted of
killing the Tecumseh, Okla., couple.
The Haases, both 61, were travel-
ing to Pagosa Springs, Colo., for a
camping trip and were simply "two
people on vacation who happened to
be at ,the wrong place at the wrong
time," Gonzales said.
Province's account to investiga-


U.S. Attorney Kenneth Gonzales, second from left, speaks at a, news
conference on Monday in Albuquerque, N.M. Listening in back are,
from left, New Mexico State Police chief of staff Scott Ford, State
Police Chief Faron Segotta, Guadalupe County District Attorney
Richard Flores and FBI Special Agent in Charge, Carol Lee. AP
Photo/Tim Korte
tors drives much of the narrative dis- in Flagstaff, Ariz., and decided "it
closed Monday by authorities. After would be a good idea to target some-
being arrested in Wyoming, he was one driving a camper or trailer," the
taken to Amarillo, Texas, where he complaint says.
met FBI and state police agents who McCluskey and Province fol-
drove him to Albuquerque to retrace lowed Linda Haas from the trailer to
the fugitives' journey and document her truck and forced the couple at
sites of events, gunpoint to drive while Welch fol-
The criminal complaint filed lowed in the car. Gary Haas suggest-
Monday said the fugitives saw the ed the three could leave him and his
couple at a rest area along Interstate wife with the 32-foot trailer and take
40 in eastern New Mexico Aug. 2, the truck. But McCluskey parked
three days after authorities say the vehicle in a remote area of New
Welch helped the men escape from Mexico's Guadalupe County,
the Arizona State Prison in ordered the couple into the camper
Kingman. and shot them, leaving the bodies
The three were tired of traveling inside, the complaint says.
and sleeping in a car they had stolen McCluskey drove to a gas station


in Santa Rosa and gave money to
Province to purchase fuel, according
to the complaint. He couldn't do it
"because he was covered in blood."
That's when Welch noticed blood
leaking from the trailer door. She
cleaned up much of it, but Province
told FBI agents he saw brown stains
at the bottom of the door and on the
ground below.
McCluskey drove onto a dirt road
to find a place to abandon the trailer.
While Province unloaded the
Haases' dogs and dumped food for
them, Welch and McCluskey
poured liquor onto the trailer's floor
and fixtures, set it aflame and left.
"Before leaving the area, they
made sure that the fire had taken and
was burning well," the complaint
said.
The three drove the truck and
stolen car to Albuquerque, where
they bought brake fluid and paper
towels to wipe down the truck "in
hopes of eradicating or concealing
their fingerprints," the complaint
says. The vehicle was found two
days later at a shopping center.
McCluskey's fingerprints were
recovered from plastic wrapping left
inside the truck, and. investigators
determined blood smears found on
the truck matched one or both vic-
tims.
Province asked McCluskey and
Welch to take him to Yellowstone
National Park, so they drove him
there. Province, 42, was arrested
Aug. 8 in Meeteetse, Wyo., and has
been returned to Arizona.


Ammonia leak at plant

sickens at least 120


BY MELISSA NELSON
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
THEODORE, Ala. An
ammonia leak at a coastal
Alabama chicken distribu-
tion plant sent more than
12Q people to the hospital
on Monday, including four
patients in intensive care,
and forced residents to hide.
in their homes while warn-
ing sirens blared.
At least 29 people were
admitted to Mobile-area
hospitals, including the four
in intensive care. Injuries to
most of those admitted were
not believed to be life-
threatening, and others were
treated and released, mostly
for breathing difficulties.
"It was scary not knowing
what the chemical was,"
said Teri Andersdn, who
lives near the plant and was
first alerted by one of the
sirens. She was told by
emergency officials to seal
her windows and doors, and
shut off her air conditioner.
The leak also forced
workers to evacuate one of
BP PLC's main staging
areas for the oil spill
cleanup.
BP said dozens of
cleanup workers from -its
Theodore site were among
those taken to hospitals.
The leak was reported
about 9:25 a.m. CDT at
Millard Refrigerated


Services, which uses ammo-
nia in the refrigeration
process for chickens that are
frozen and shipped around
the world. The plant on the
Theodore Industrial Canal,
south of Mobile, .is among
numerous chemical plants
and factories in the county.
Between 400 gallons and
800 gallons of ammonia
leaked at the site, sickening
workers at the plant and the
BP staging area, said Capt.
Shaun Hicks of the Mobile
Fire-Rescue Department.
Most reported minor breath-
ing problems, scratchy
throats or dizziness, he said.
I'They were walking
wounded, but they were still
having respiratory prob-
lems," said Hicks.
Hospital officials and
authorities said more than
120 people were treated,
including at least 52 trans-
ported by emergency servic-
es. Many went by private
vehicle.
BP said 65 of its workers
were taken to hospitals from
the complex that's used for
storage, boom decontamina-
tion and repair along the
canal.
The site, which was visit-
ed by President Obama in
June and where about 500
people still wofk, was evac-
uated but will reopen, as
early as the night shift, the
company said.


NY gov and archbishop to
discuss mosque near WTC site


BY MICHAEL GORMLEY
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
ALBANY, N.Y. Gov.
David Paterson said
Monday he'll meet with
Archbishop Timothy Dolan
to discuss a mosque and
Islamic community center
planned two blocks from
ground zero.
The private meeting will
be held Tuesday at the
Democratic governor's
Manhattan office.
Paterson spokesman
Morgan Hook wouldn't
detail the agenda of the
meeting, which will be
closed "to the press. But
Paterson and Dolan have
sought to offer an alterna-
tive site because of the ten-
sions surrounding the cur-
rent plan.
Some Republicans have
called the current proposal
an insult to Americans and
those who died in the Sept.
11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Polls have shown a rising
majority of New Yorkers
oppose the project. Last
week's Siena College poll
found 63 percent of New
York voters opposed the
plan, with the strongest
support 36 percent -
coming from New York
City voters. -
Opponents and protesters
say the mosque should be
moved farther away from
where Islamic extremists
destroyed the World Trade
Center in 2001. Supporters
say religious freedom
should be protected.
Paterson also has
renewed his Aug. 10 offer
of state assistance to the


project's developers if they
want to move.
Hook said the offer still
stands despite little
response from the center's
planners. He said no meet-
ing is scheduled between
the governor and the cen-
ter's organizers, including
The Cordoba Initiative.
Cordoba co-founder
Daisy Khan declined to
comment Monday on
whether the organization
would consider a move.
Khan, the wife of Iman
Feisal Abdul Rauf, told
reporters in recent days that
proponents hope to soon
meet with Paterson, fami-
lies of victims of the terror-
ist attacks and others. That
appears to be a departure
from Friday, when Cordoba
announced no meetings
were scheduled with
Paterson.
It appears to be a depar-
ture from Friday, when the
Cordoba Initiative
announced no.meetings had
been scheduled were
scheduled with Paterson.
On Monday, Kahn
declined further comment,
Asked when she would
comment, Khan said "prob-
ably in early September ...
right now, I'm not com-
menting on.anything."
There was no immediate
comment from Dolan's
spokesman on Tuesday's
meeting.
"The governor offered to
meet with the imam and or
the developers," Hook said
Monday. "It still stands.
He's just willing to help in
any way he can to ease the
tensions on this issue."


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SPORTS


TUESDAY


Jags new D struggles in preseason Marlins


BY MARK LONG
AP SPORTS WRITER
JACKSONVILLE The
Jacksonville Jaguars failed to
pressure quarterbacks, get off the
field on third down and prevent
points last season.
The defensive woes were the
focus of the team's offseason,
with coaches, players and front
office personnel eager to get
them fixed.
But after two preseason games,
the same problems persist.
Jacksonville's revamped defense
simply looks like it needs more
work.
.The Jaguars have allowed
opponents to score on four of
their first possessions in both pre-
season games. Philadelphia
scored a touchdown and three
field goals in its first five drives
against the Jaguars. Miami came
away with three touchdowns and
a field goal in its first five drives
Saturday night.
"I don't feel the need to explain
a whole lot about preseason effort
and how we're putting things
together," coach Jack Del Rio
said Monday. "I'm more interest-
ed in us going out and recogniz-
ing what we've got to do better
and committing to the work nec-
essary to get that done."
The Jaguars have some excus-
es: lack of game-planning, sever-
al newcomers finding their way, a
different defensive scheme and
several key injuries.
Three starters linebacker
Daryl Smith, defensive end
Aaron Kampman and defensive
tackle Tyson Alualu missed
the opener. They returned last
weekend, but linebacker Justin
Durant and cornerback Rashean
Mathis were out.
"We are still trying to get that
cohesiveness on defense," line-
backer Kirk Morrison said.
Jacksonville gets another shot
Saturday night against Tampa
Bay, which will be without start-
ing quarterback Josh Freeman.
Kampman, the team's top off-
season free agent acquisition,
believes everything the Jaguars
have done wrong can be correct-
ed.
"Explosive plays are really


made


$49M in


2008-09
BY STEVEN WINE
AP SPORTS WRITER
MIAMI Florida Marlins
president David Samson says the
team's ,profits of $49 million in
2008-09 were needed to ensure
being able to borrow money to
help finance a new ballpark.
Team financial statements
acquired by Deadspin.com show
the Marlins had operating income
.of $37.8 million in 2008 and
$11.1 million in 2009. Samson
didn't dispute the figures during a
conference call Monday.
The Marlins had the lowest
player payroll in the major
leagues both seasons. Last winter
the Marlins reached an agreement
with the players' union to
increase spending in the wake of
complaints team payroll had been
so small as to violate baseball's
revenue sharing provisions.
Florida's new ballpark is
expected to open in 2012:


Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Aaron Kampman (74) sacks Miami Dolphins quarterback Chad
Henne (7) during the first half of an NFL preseason football game in the rain in Jacksonville Saturday.
-AP Photo/Reinhold Matay


what we've done," Kampman
,aid. "Some '-hing. are really eas-
ily correctable with our disci-
plined eyes, making sure that
we're in our gap."
Maybe, but the two preseason


performances are a bad sign for a
franchise that was hoping for a
defensive turnaround after finish-
ing with a league-low 14 sacks
last season and giving up 380
points the most since its inau-


gural season in 1995.
The Jaguars signed Kampman
. to a four-year contract worth $26
million, hoping he will return to
See JAGUARS, Page 2B >


Heat youngsters eager for new 'school' year


BY TIM REYNOLDS
AP SPORTS WRITER
MIRAMAR A black limou-
sine that carried three young
Miami Heat players to elemen-
tary school on Monday was
parked about 25 feet from the
front door, and barely any of the
900 students arriving to begin a
new year noticed.
They couldn't wait to get
inside and get to work.
And the Heat trio can com-
pletely relate to that sort of think-
ing.
"Like these kids," Heat guard
Patrick Beverley said, "we can't
wait to get this thing started."
Monday was a first day unlike
any other at Miramar Elementary,
where Beverley and Heat team-
mates Kenny Hasbrouck, and


Dexter Pittman showed up long
before the opening bell of the
year to distribute backpacks,
notebooks, pens, markers, pencils
and just about every other imagi-
nable school supply.
So it's back-to-school time for
the kids. For the Heat, school
resumes in about a month when
training camp starts. And
Hasbrouck, Beverley and Pittman
know they'll have to fight just to
make Miami's loaded roster,
which still features Dwyane
Wade and now is bolstered
mightily by new arrivals LeBron
James, Chris Bosh and Mike
Miller.
"To put it in words, it's still
kind of hard," Hasbrouck said.
"The opportunity at hand for all
of us is a great one, just to play
with this many great players. It's


almost impossible to put into
words right now until it becomes
reality."
Hasbrouck played college ball
at tiny Siena. Now he finds him-
self battling for a job on the team
with perhaps the biggest buzz in
basketball.
Hasbrouck was a late add to
the Heat roster last season, giving
him time to get to know Wade.
He often sees Bosh working out
at 8 a.m., and while he's been
around James at times,
Hasbrouck has yet to meet the
NBA's two-time reigning MVP.
"He's been busy," Hasbrouck
said.
They all have, with eyes on a
title.
Beverley has a guaranteed con-
tract, though that hardly guaran-
tees him playing time in this new


Heat era. His relationship with
James goes back several years, so
if nothing else, he won't be awe-
struck when it's time to work out
and play alongside Miami's most
notable free agent signing ever.
"We go back a long way," said
Beverley, a 2009 Heat draft
acquisition who spent last season
in Europe. "We chat every day.
He's a great veteran. That defi-
nitely gives me a lot of confi-
dence. I know D-Wade from
Chicago. I've spent a lot of time
with Udonis Haslem. It's good to
see your veterans, your top guys,
helping out. It's been great for
players at that caliber to reach out
to young guys, take them under
their umbrella."
Pittman and Hasbrouck have
See HEAT, Page 2B >


Young, inexperienced Panthers defense playing well


BY MIKE CRANSTON
AP SPORTs WRITER
CHARLOTTE, N.C. The Carolina
Panthers can't move the ball and it seems
nobody can cleanly field a punt.
Thank goodness for the defense.
No, really. The unit that lost five-time Pro
Bowl defensive end Julius Peppers in free
agency, saw both starting defensive tackles
released, the strongside linebacker cut, the
strong safety traded and the weakside line-
backer blow out his knee has been the lone
bright spot in two preseason games.
"Everyone has gone out there and played
well and done their jobs," linebacker' Jon
Beason said Monday. "The key is we're just
playing fast and guys aren't making mis-
takes."
Despite being handicapped by two inter-
ceptions, two fumbled punts and another spe-
cial teams turnover that had the New York
Jets starting four drives in Carolina territory
Saturday night, the defense allowed only
three field goals and 112 yards in the Jets' 9-
3 win.
The Panthers gave up just 225 yards and
had six sacks in a 17-12 loss to Baltimore a
week earlier.
"You really don't know how good you are
until you put yourself against an opponent
in a game," said defensive end Everette
Brown, who had two of Carolina's five
sacks against New York. "We know we have
to prove ourselves. It's not going to be one
of those things where teams lay down just
See PANTHERS, Page 2B >


New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez (6) is sacked by Carolina Panthers defensive
end Everette Brown (91) during the first quarter of a preseason NFL football game in
Charlotte, N.C., Saturday. -AP Photo/Rick Havner


New England Patriots quarter-
back Tom Brady (12) reacts dur-
ing the first quarter of their pre-
season NFL football game
against the Atlanta Falcons at
the Georgia Dome in Atlanta
Thursday. -AP Photo/Dave
Martin


Brady no

fan of 'Hard

Knocks'

Jets show
BY HOWARD ULMAN
AP SPORTS WRITER


FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -
. Tom Brady hates the New York
Jets. Rex Ryan doesn't like the
New England Patriots.
The verbal sparring has started
again and there's still nearly three
weeks to go before the fierce
rivals begin their seasons.
During his contractually man-
. dated weekly appearance, on
WEEI radio on Monday, Brady
was asked about "Hard Knocks,"
the HBO show giving an inside
look at the Jets training camp.
"Honestly, I haven't turned it
on," he said in a casual manner. "I
hate the Jets, so I refuse to sup-
port that show."
' The question and answer lasted
just 42 seconds and came two-
thirds of the way through a 19V2-
minute interview. But it didn't
take long for the Jets to hear
about the words from Brady, who
usually is more guarded in his
comments.
Ryan's, whose tongue is a lot
looser, liked Brady's remark.
"It's great. Hey, join the club,"
Ryan said with a laugh.
The back-and-forth may be cal-
culated to stir emotions. It may be
the true feelings of the star quar-
terback and the brash coach. Or it
might be just good-natured, off-
the-cuff banter. But their words
enlivened the often boring pre-
season routines.
Ryan isn't a big fan of Brady or
the team that has dominated the
AFC East, a status that seems
threatened by the Jets' addition of
'key veterans in the offseason.
"Hell, he knows we hate the
Patriots, so what's the differ-
ence?" the coach said with a
smile. "My brother's got a couple
of Super Bowl rings. He loves
Tom Brady, but I don't have
them, so I don't'like Tom Brady. I
respect him, but I don't like him."








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

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 info.

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 foot-
ball games, as well as an
invitation to tailgate
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 at 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.

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Send all sports items to
editorial @jcfloridan. co
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Heat

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partially guaranteed con-
tracts. Both figure to have at
least a good chance of mak-
ing the club this season,
since each could fill a need.
The Heat rave about the way
the 6-foot-11 "and a
half," Pittman boasted to
kids Monday former
Texas center has athleticism
that belies his 300-pound
frame. Hasbrouck impressed
coaches last season and this
summer with how quickly
he learned Miami's system.
"I'm starting to learn that
it's all professional and
business here," Pittman
said. "It's not like college.
It's strictly business. And
it's still like a dream to me.


I feel like I'm in a daze. I
know what I have to do, go
put in my work and hope
that I can help contribute."
Soon, the backpacks and
binders were just about
gone, and the Heat trio
climbed back into the limo
for the short ride back to the
arena. Not back to school,
but back to work.
"You've got to know your
role," Hasbrouck said. "I'm
not going to force it. I
haven't proven, anything yet.
So anything I can do to help
this team, then that's what I
will do."


BY JOSEPH WHITE
AP SPORTS WRITER

WASHINGTON Stephen
Strasburg is headed back to the dis-
abled list, and his prized right arm
will undergo yet another examina-
tion that will largely determine
whether he pitches again this sea-
son.
The Washington Nationals rook-
ie will have a second MRI exam to
see if anything more than a
strained tendon in his forearm
caused him to grimace after throw-
ing a changeup in Saturday's game
at Philadelphia. Strasburg was
removed from the game and under-
went an MRI on Sunday.
The MRI "showed some things
on there that led us to set up anoth-
er MRI," general manager Mike
Rizzo said Monday. The GM said
the upcoming test will be done in
the "next day or two" and will use
an injection of dye that should ren-
der "a full view of what's going on
in there."
For now, the Nationals are still
calling Strasburg's" injury a flexor
strain in his throwing arm. He had
been scheduled to start again
Thursday, but instead will find
himself on the disabled list for the
second time in less than a month.
The Nationals are expected to soon
make the move official.
"He's anxious to find out what's


going on," Rizzo said. "He felt
good today. His elbow felt good....
To say he's little anxious, a little
emotional would be fair to say."
Strasburg, who is 5-3 with a 2.91
ERA and 92 strikeouts in 68
innings, was hurt while making his
third start since returning from the


Jaguars Continued From Page 1B


Pro Bowl form after recon-
structive knee surgery in
December. They traded for
linebacker Kirk Morrison,
used their first four draft
picks on defensive linemen
and parted ways with sev-
eral aging veterans.
But how soon will all the
changes pay off?
Kampman and Alualu,
the 10th overall pick,
played their first meaning-
ful down together
Saturday night and showed
promise. They combined
to sack Chad Henne on
Miami's first offensive
play. But it was pretty
much the only thing Henne
did wrong.
Henne completed 11 of
14 passes for 151 yards and


two touchdowns against
Jacksonville's starters.
Backup Chad Pennington.
was equally efficient,
'throwing for 54 yards, and a.
score in one series.
Del Rio pointed to
issues in the secondary, the
one position the Jaguars
didn't address in the off-
season.
"There are some things
that we're doing that we'll
need to do a whole lot bet-
ter ... going forward for
our football team to have
success that we intend on
having," Del Rio said.
"We're 'going to have to
play better back there.
There are still some basic
leverage in tackling issues
that we've got to rectify."


He used' Anthony
Fasano's 55-yard touch-
down reception as one
example, saying the tight
end should have been
stopped a few yards from
the line of scrimmage
instead of running
untouched into the end zone.
"It was shoddy leverage
and tackling on that play,"
Del Rio said. "It's real
easy to see. Those are
basic football plays that
we've got to do better,
basic stuff. You're not
talking about anything
other than an eye violation
and then a poor job of
leveraging and tackling,
and when we do those bet-
ter, it'll look a whole lot
better."


disabled list because of inflamma-
tion in the back of his right shoul-
der.
Rizzo said Strasburg arrived at
Nationals Park on Monday hoping -
do some throwing. The Nationals,
who have been extremely cautious
with Strasburg's development, told


him no. Strasburg has told the team
he had a similar problem in college
at San Diego State- and' pitched
through it. He was the overall No.
1 pick in the 2009 draft.
"It's discouraging for Stephen,"
manager Jim Riggleman said.
Rizzo wouldn't speculate on
whether Strasburg could .be
shelved for the season, saying the
team will wait for the results on the
next test and take a "prudent
course of action after that."' Fellow
Nationals starter John Lannan also
had swelling around his flexor ten-
don earlier this season and missed
one start.
The Nationals have been careful
to limit the innings and take every
other precaution with their 22-
year-old phenom he was taken
out of a game recently'because of a
protest in the outfield that delayed
the game for a few minutes.
Riggleman is familiar with
promising pitchers who flame out
early, having managed a young
Kerry Wood with the Chicago
Cubs. Riggleman said it's impor-
tant to properly deal with the "red
flags" that arise early.
"It just seems like pitchers get to
a point where they're past all the
issues, guys like Livan
(Hernandez) and Miguel
(Batista)," Riggleman said. "It just
seems like it's the way it goes with
these young pitchers."


Panthers Continued From Page 1B


because we show up."
While the defense added
team speed, it lost experi-
ence and added guys only
die-hard fans would know.
When asked if he was sur-
prised at how quickly it's
come ,together, the two-
time Pro Bowl pick Beason
quickly replied,
"Absolutely."
"There's so many, new
faces, you don't have much
chemistry," he added. "But I
think we're developing that."
Beason is adjusting to a
new position, too. He was
shifted to weakside line-
backer from the middle after
Thomas Davis tore a knee
ligament in a June workout.
Beason, who said he hasn't
missed an assignment there


in two games, had two tack-
les against the Jets.
The inexperienced Dan
Connor, who replaced
Beason in the middle, had a
team-high six tackles,
including one for a loss.
"Dan's doing great,"
Beason said. "He's out
there having fun and he's
flying around making plays.
He's leading, he's making
calls. He's speaking more
than he ever has, so I feel
real comfortable about
what's going on right now."
So while the Panthers'
offense is still seeking its
first touchdown of the pre-
season, the mostly anony-
mous young guys on
defense are carrying the
team.


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against the Philadelphia Phillies in the first inning of a baseball game
Saturday in Philadelphia. -AP Photb/H. Rumph Jr.








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Because you love him
Dear Annie: My husband and his brother Dear Annie: There are so many articles
are very close. Too close. "Chris" calls his written on how to get the spark back into a rela-
brother every day, sometimes twice a day, and tionship, but I've never seen the obvious one -
talks for an hour or more each time. Whenever committing to taking care of the way you look,
we go out, it is to his brother's house two hours for yourself, your health and your partner.
away. During my 18 years of marriage, I have
Recently, Chris and I celebrated our 50th worked hard to maintain my weight. I am still
wedding anniversary: We reserved a room in a in good shape. I think everyone has an unwrit-
nice hotel, which just happened to be near his ten expectation that their partner won't go to
brother. Shortly before we arrived, his brother pot, but some people take better care of their
called to say he'd meet us at the hotel and take cars than their bodies. My husband is 60
us out to dinner for our anniversary. This pounds overweight, and his doctor told him he
was' a nice gesture, but we had already qualifies as obese. I know how very hard
made other plans, which we then can- it is to lose weight, but if couples took
celed. After dinner, his brother came pride in their health and looks, there
back to the hotel and spent most of ^ would be a lot more excitement in the
the evening with us. In the morning, \ S" bedroom. Turning out the lights is not
we immediately went to my brother- T what I had in mind.
in-law's, where we spent the next few I know I cannot make my husband
days. I was really upset. lose weight, but maybe if you print
Chris insists his brother was being nice this, he will understand my point. And
and I am being selfish and jealous. He says maybe a few others will, as well. Married
families should celebrate together on anniver- to Tubby
series. I think it should have been a private time Dear Married: It's true that some folks
for my husband and me. Am I overreacting? I decide that marriage means never having to
am still upset. Coming in Second take care of themselves again, but it usually is
Dear Second: You are not overreacting, more complicated. Pregnancy can make future
Chris and his brother seem quite enmeshed, weight loss difficult, stress can cause people to
and that relationship is more important to him compensate with food, and heavy workloads
than the one he has with you. But we don't limit exercise time. Sometimes severe weight
understand why it has -taken you 50 years to or hygiene problems can indicate depression.
decide it bothers you. At this point, it may not Please talk to your husband about this and see
be possible to change your husband's behavior, if you can interest him in eating healthier and
although you might discuss it with him and see, getting some exercise because you love him
if he would be willing to make anniversaries and want him to be around for a long time.
private celebrations for your sake. COPYRIGHT 2010 CREATORS.COM


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James Hagerty, President Eisenhower's press secretary, said,
"One day I sat thinking, almost in despair; a hand fell on my
shoulder and a voice said reassuringly: "'Cheer up, things could
get worse.' So I cheered up and, sure enough, things got worse."
That's how declarer felt in today's deal. When the dummy
came down, he thought four spades was easy. He won the first
trick with his heart ace and cashed the spade ace, getting ready
to make an early claim. But East's discard caused a. noticeable
cessation in play. What should declarer have done?
North's two-no-trump response was the Jacoby Forcing
Raise, showing four or more spades, at least game-forcing val-
ues and, usually, no singleton or void, because he had not made
a splinter bid. South's three-no-trump rebid indicated 14-16
points and denied a singleton or void. (The Jacoby Forcing Raise
is excellent if you can handle the strange set of opener's rebids.)
South seemed to have four unavoidable losers: two spades
and two hearts. And he appeared to have only nine winners: three
spades, one heart, three diamonds and two clubs. The contract
looked impossible. But as Sherlock Holmes said, never confuse
the impossible with the improbable. There was one faint chance,
and faint was better than none.
At trick three, South led a low club from his hand, and after
West played low, declarer called for dummy's 10. Amazingly, it
held the trick yes, West had all 12 missing high-card points.
South quickly cashed dummy's ace and king of clubs, discarding
a heart loser from his hand, and claimed.


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18" ICW racing rims, Couch & Loveseat Ladies Golf Clubs SHORT SHEARLING 205-249-2936 furling, bimin, head, gen. 3 s, SAT, 2 TV, 2
good cond., grt for $30 for set 850-693- w/bag, cart, umbrel- JACKET women LG Fisher '01 Hawk 18' micro, fridge. Good A/C, auto leveling, R
Honda $500 080 4189 la, the works $75 NICE $25 nue Class 2, with 115 cond. Docked @ Snug cam. Roadmaster ooney19
Custom made cur- ao i motor with trailer, 2 673-0330. REDUCED 05 Jee Wrangler Airprtangered
2 4x6 oriental rugs, tains w/cornice, Laminated light oak skylight double Artesian Well. At fishfinders, New from
both for $140850- pink/blue 82x84 $50 flooring 100 sq.ft. $85 dome 4'x3'fixed$40 the end of Golfview i sh finders, trolling $13,900. Unlimited to 41r, $75k Firmewall Forward (Ser) as is
Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k Firewall Forward (Silver) sell as is
866-1700 850-569-2770 850-593-9987, after 850-593-9987 after Dr., Olymia Spa, Bemini, AM /FM ra w/jee$60without R
ta Desk-corner style Lucerne Alto Saxo- Country Crossing cover, very well keptcod. selling due to possible way to
2 mra with 4 shelves Dikse Lucerne Alw2tovteopi
bes & 1 coffee table with shelves ke phone w/cas $395 SOLID OAK DRESSER- hinder shelter. y health. 850-352-2810 own a plane. Corvette 88 S




$ for MH 30x54, $20/ea metal, 4 sides, ad- MI3-ROSUEDE CHAIR- .1 mi. well- Y tra brakes,wh.,runs trans motor 1700
850-594-1024 jut. 35 850- Buexc.cond. 850-630- 5 drawer, TALL $225 $14,000. 334-685-7319 Damon 2000 Ultra34-790-0000 08
52363340 $103 (850)592-2507r
4-arm Clothing racks, 4033' (850)592-2507 1 -4Fisher '06 CraIppie s Sport. Cummin s 9
(3, chromefinish DISNEY VHS- MANY Lucerne Alto Saxo- SOLID O DRESSE repecial. Has Mercury Center Console, boat, Leveling jacks, diesel Corvette 94 85K
$25/ea or$6forall $3EAOBOALL phone with case, ex. 8r 60motor. 21.1 motor & trailer, 95 gen.$52K334-701-necn2$,
3. 850-209-4281 (850)592-2507 cond.$395, W r.iORPRCB0$2-;s hr .:,r.mrtr.Trolln,: 225HP Johnson Mtr, 7787 or 706-681-5630 BUICK'Lesabre,6 O334-618-9322 or
4completewindows Display shelf unit, 850-630-4033 5 522 m .r.i'h Irer. 2 Dual AxleTr.w/ cyl.. for parts, good 334-56-1790
'for MH 30x54,$20/ea metal, 4 sides, ad- MCROSUEDE CHAIR- II, ll rl brakes,wh., runs trans motor$700
850-594-1024 just. shelves $35 850- Butterscotch color SOLID OAK DlPESSER .J 4 132226 well, very clean, OBO 334.695-8840
6" clay pots, BONSAI 526-3426 $100 (850)592-2507 W M DRROR. 5 DsRAV Great 0ond.$5,5060.
,ORCHID POTS $2 Elec. twin bed w/ MICROSUEDE CHAIR- 2507 Cumi, AL
(850)592-2507 mattress, $75 OBO Butterscotch color __
Antie Trunk $65 850-209-5977 after NICE $100 (850)592- SOLID OAK KING Ts S'so iR.sr v-t Damon '99 Day a
850-482-5215 7pm 2507 HDBD-W/MIRROR, A,-,.r. a .ver' Damon l99 Daybr
-5MATTRESS $400 an. life jacket 34'. 36K mi. Ford
Bernina Vacuum $20 Field drag- 3'4" x 8' Oak wood computer (850)592-2507 '03 Kawasaki Prairie 0 cc.er r.i 0 85 Chassi. Tritn V Dode Chager
850-482-7888 sturdy, $85 desk, $35 850-482- (ATV 4x4, 360 cc, Key West 17 1 2 ft 52 .5 mtr Generator, n ew 22K. aded A MUST
Bookcase, large (850)579-4815 7888 SOLID OAK KING camo paint, excel. Center console '95, Stratos '95285 Pro anng, stablizer EE $17,000. Firm DODGE -09 Dodge
72"x36", 5 shelves, Front Door, 4 panel OLDIE RECORDS- 33 HDBD- w/Mirror, cond. $2500 256-529- 75 hp T&T Merc, XL.Dualconsole. $25K 334-406-9777 Cal334-447-2147 Challenger Garage
$50 850-526-3365 insulated w/fan win- 1/3 READERS DIGEST mattresses $400 0599 54 b troll motor, Johnson Fastrike 175 Fleetwood Bdr '07 or334-464-5413 Kept, 5.7 Liter, Hem
CANVAS dow3'x6'8" $95850- A85050EA )592-2507 (850)592-2507 2003 Club Car Cus- galvinized Trl and 2 depth finders, gps, 3-sld, loaded CH&A CURY LATE 70s r chrome wheels 6
INFLATABLE- BOAT 593-9987, after 6pm Old WWII 32 calibur Stuffed/Mounted tomized Golf Cart For more. One owner, deck extension 700 fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 85HPw/powertrim speed manual. An
COVER 8FT $10 FRYE CLOGS pistol $300 850-569- Barracudda 3/2' long, Sale. Red exterior very good condition 334- 671-9770 gas, 5,900 mi. $100k cables/wiring, new Eye Catcher, selling
(850)592-2507 WOMENS SZ 8 NICE 2194 $35 850-866-1700 with red and white $6,700 334-77 Stratos'99 273 OBO334-898-1201 gears& water pump tobuya boat.12, 500
CANVAS INFLATABLE RUST COLOR $40 OMEGA JUICER- aleatherseatats. Rear Mariner '90 Boat mo- intinidiatocr. 17ft bas3.s $1,500251-599-5127 miles. 2 door. Like
BOAT COVER 8FT. (850)592-2507 most new, retails Technics Stereo seats fold down. (,:[r 4h. low hr:, run; J:-hnwn 150HP. New condition. Biue
S$249. $35 Turntable System, 36301 (334)791-7180 great rt uhft $6500. 334.5961694 Need Auto Parts? eterior. Charcoal in
$10 (850)592-2507 FURNITURE- 5 PIECE (850)592-2507 needs drive belt $25 $2,800.00 $6:6.. 334.441|8421 Prie' Sh? oll Deal ABS. ac.
Cedar Dresser BEDROOM SET 850-569-2194 6X12 enclosed trailer Taker.c hePlace al amamm.buc.
w/mirror & chest of BEIGE LOVESEAT OMEGA JUICER- RE- 6X12 enclosed trailer al arm. am/tm. buck-
drawers $150 good $500 (954)445-9611 TAILS NEW $249. $35 Toastmaster family w/ side door & dbl for Coupns Deals' dr irbag,
cond. (850)592-2881 G(850)592-2507 size Belgium Waffle doors in back $1900 -., -DealTake-r.com ruiseng driver airbag. PL,
SGARAGE WORK )-Baker$30 850-569- new cond. 850-933- Maxum )'40 sCR P passene ir ag.PL,
Cherrywood Queen TABLE-/DESK Quilters Floor Frame, 2194 9228/643-8312 .:rul:ir. ranem Altomoble s (3 34 6357832
sz headboard, foot- 28X80w/drawers $10 39x28 adjust. height S194' tr11i -1 r. Heatifuld a forb Sale (334)635
board & rails $100 (850)592-2507' $20 850-526-3426 Tricycle/stroller, Suzuki '08 Quad 400 ,.115 rr ..7L Ho day Rambler -or_ B
850-693-4189RA RS DIGST brigt colors, new 4Wheeler w/several .r,:ruir va br.,:,O *96 37' Erdeavor LE 3-7 21
Infant car seat $25 RE RS cond. $20 850-526- extras. $3500 850- Dr aer mar t V8 Gas 460. 70.800 '93 Ford Tarus 4 dr,
China Cabinet,1970's 8 1E A3 3 426593, an'natr bueMs e
China Cabinet,1970's 850-482-5215 RECORDS-331/3 209-1622/850-698- 2.,,T, pl'a,i.rm. A C. Sugar Sand 2 m"6.. 18 -rle., rear camera. extra clean, hlght
Perfect Condition MANY .50 EA 3426 9387 Frig, m,:r, '.h.ower, ht, .rag. SAFE, NO Onan generator, bule Must see!
$150 850-526-3365 Jelly Cabinet or Pie (850)592-2507 stove, TV/DVD/CD PROP, LOW MAINTE- new tires od $1,500. CallBilly
Safe, 41 tall, all wood VEMCO V TRACK- s new tires, wood $1,500. Cal illy
China Cabinet, Oak, 4'$l5585 al2w3 od6 RED BOOKS (COINS)- DRAFTING HEAD $50 C/Q VHF/GPS, many new NANCE, Seats 8, ex. and ceramic tile 334-793-2142 Stratus,
1940"s $195 850- $55 850-526-3426 1965-1989 ALL $30 (850)592-2507 parts, strict maint. Ig. sundeck, storage, flooring, marble 99- Mercury Grand oe i 4 cyl000
526-3365 Kenmore gas dryer, (850)592-2507 '. regimen daughter walk-through trans- counter top, corner Marquis "limited miles. Excellent
Clothing racks, Ig cap. good cond. Refrigerator, looks Westinghouse ele going off to college om, nonskid swim glass showe edion" land roof, $4100. 34-790-7959
round, chrome finish, $100 OBO 850-209- rough, runs great $50 trick mixer $8 nd a $26, 500.342098970Max 250 HPV6 trai- (850)573-18negotia le father, all power,
$20/ea or $30 for 6977 before 7pm OBO 850-209-6977 850-569-2194 Nitro '07 640 Loaded! er cover. NICE (850)573-1813 keless entry, tinted,
both_850_209-4281____________Been in water maybe NICE! kSee it is to love ,t.
both 850-209-4281 Ladies Bicycle-24", before 7pm WORK DESK-TABLE- 0 mes 95 Mecury 84995(253)22900 Monoco Knight '06, $750 loe BO
COIN RED BOOKS- almost new, used SOLID OAK DRESSER- GARAGE 28X80/ Motor $10,500 8500 Save $25K or more. Cal 334-942134
1965-1989 ALL $30 very little, $50 (850) 5 drawers TALL $225 drawers $10 229-220-1910 Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 Call 34-942134
850 592 250. 7 1-.262 650 592 2507 501'O592 2507 mi. many upgrades I ar.-r
$159.700. 850-866ord 03 Expedion

"aa ''REDUCED Mor Mtara fully loaded, tan
SREDUCED Mo -- 5th Wheel.4 weather. moon roo
- Trition -' 2009- Explorer0" CD & DVO player, all
To, rituCin 2 Eoat for me'r cldt. s.-rgt BMW'05,325 Sedan, options, 90k miles
l M eofferr. 0-c. 208 $ Bluew/tan leather, $11,499. 334-435-0786
334..in3.1502 rr 36k mi, one owner,
478'3.1 0194 No paintwork, Ford '04 Mustang,
j, Center ..:.unrs l. 225 65k m iles, Like New !
-m l" C, 1,Jonr u .o utt .oard. Cadillac '91 Broug- $8,500334-790-7659
$4,500. Ir, n electronics. ham D'elegance
s. dle $7.000 334-235. Collectors rare fine Ford 06' Focus SES 4-
.2nq5 R VISION 2006 Trae 113K miles, driven dr. Crimson red, au-
Sa Lite. 26 ft.. fully daily, absolutely to, leather, sun roof,
44 3Campers Travel loaded. ike nEw. perfect, $5500. 0BO spoiler, like new 50K
S B GTra ler low m sleae 42K 850-53.5-9672 or mi. $10,500. 334-389-
S* W grs OBO 34 6 '6508 850-260-2625 3071 or334-726-9500
Cadillac '94 Seville
Scenic Cruiser 37It. S LS 100Kmi ailpow-
I.T.T ,,"" by Gult Stream 99 er, rew tires. $2.500.
,-e ,-. O r pe r or H g .Washing R: C a ,e"lfCStrage - HoInda ula e n CALL 334-693-5503
must seeN!! comes Chewvrolet '02
MARIAj~NNA I ] N WWith '07Jeep- Dothan Curverte. Garag E
MARIANNA$ .006 KZ S portsn 50 314-803-3397 kept, very goo. cu,.
T i iavHauter 35'Brmce a 0 M tFor11998'0Mustg
MET L' ; Pull. i rel-de Out silver, power doors,
"--ri'i-m wl i Ii ,,b I -, 3244 Fully ,,t see la-a8 windows, seats.
,Gradr Pan .|1 natlur.il *-1,__,,,,_ a ie, ; ,r sm1ke, 0o Del 3e4 2' 2 die CHEVROLET '08 Leather. Good tires,
*ii'.. ..... I- .,e Adt t Corvtte convert ie5 CD player, 134k S3850
F ata~r SWAMPGAT R ., a r ,e, "/,. IhI?,', /Hil "Black. loaded.e xc Cal 334-791-6485
SDump Irut k ~.n. 9 Winnibego 02' Md29B condo garage .ept if interested.
D umpd 1,ru T i ,,,,, ,,,, ,'v r.I (. i s ', .'e.arsI laus-e Msnnle. .,aft. self con- $48,000. 334-692-5624



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Grading Keystone Laredo $33,000.334-889-4489. "89 Mustang 50
Site Prep' Home improvement Lawn Services Lawn Services Maid/Husekeeping 2new slide Call Your HomeHR 'G awayreatet1E OBO 8-17680
Leveling Mike (334)791-0318. from Home '01 Camino.Good cond. 334 691 2987
'Tap Soil 'Fill Dirt POLE -For General CARRIAGE '02 Aultimate Freedom Needs minor work.
S rPO E H .Ho e CAMEO 30ft. 2 slides 40 ft. Winnebago 1 $5500 000 334-699- Honda '03 Accord EX
*rkill kept includes owner garage pt 1366 or 797-6925 V6. White w/tan Ithr
Land Clearing Commercial Business Grass Cutting orOfc super slide hitch only 54K ml. K at in cohor 68,200K ml. t S
Since 1960 Locally Owned JR Player Woed Eating Cleaning $20,000 334-687-9983 & living rm .w//lide o 212 m $130400
Mwe/pNNr'egtImra.ga.r "basement $7,500. 850-526-5832 Honda '07 Accord
MARIANNA "reat your property as Edging Free model w "ide X side or850-209-0202 Coupe EXL, Black
uieryces done at Kindall Torbett Estimates dishwasher. a a.x bk leather. sun-
I HIN affordable prices- 4571 Bellamy Bridge Rd References ,:morn,.drtabyr Q bed. m', 4 cyl. M 15.300
____________will beat any price 10% Marianna, FL 32446 Available hi ,/aie-Camr .n i ;tbe ', more ow- 4c-. --.30
CLASSIFIEDS jCtal Number: 8 50-5947312 850-526-2336 ii. I lie-, 2 s C, cr than jou will need guro

ma Services Health Servces Hm i n Home Improvement s2,0. 3Co3n4 -e7 na1 Lo Mi

AC & Heating NEVVVO HOME REPAIRS Champio of ir and see!! 850-849- All Auto! Beautiful 4-406-2667 Days
Contractor Ii Addicted to Alcohonv V ,-a1 Call $21.0 OBO 2634 or 850-638-1703 d3,-792-039 4


Et? HR Opiates,H- -- Heroin, 228 .145 0 .- Honda 'o Odyssey
SEtc??H WORKS E ETIMATE : i, RVs/Camers Chevy'08 Impala, Van. 1 owner. Load-
C M WE CAN HELPII "FREE STIMATESWanted LIKE NEWI ed. Exc. Cond. NADA
SFor Hire PAINTIG -FLOORS FURNiTURE Call New Vision: 850-71- NO JOBS TOO SMALL Wanted $200 down, $259 per 24K. Asking $20,900
PASSEMBLYTIN P0 LCLEARNI 2845 Uo lour Homfe .PralnlnB month. Call Ron Ellis Dothan 321-482-7268
Sy The .0AAGEEAN cE pGuPEons GU Ater Hours: 850-526-22" (I irptnir Pinin nag '06 Travel Trailers 334 -714-0028
A SHEET ROCK COMPUTERRT Available 24/ B6I & IIrhen Upgndad Honda '99 Sl
Hour Day .EXPECESTUSTLL New Vision isa Medical [i.- InI ll.rm.n 'l Sh ~ -f38 Chevy '71 El Camino, Oneowner. 2-dr.
lRELEplSanSE i Hosur Day W-'-TUPTV N si tained 334-793-4438 Egine, $7500 Exc. Cond. 73K ml.
e VOPLAYERSO MCHM ox unit located at JacNks ...M. II Ro & lBalAditons lor 334-793-4448 850- 594-328r00 o 00i.
Sor Week Hospital in Marianna. Fi- II ii, H '. h nr Dr 3A/C, Sunroofu.,e$8000
S 7 "THE HONEY-DO PRO" We Accept: Insurance, M 1 II-III C.*r* loreka TrD. limn T rt 5th '06 Fleetwood 2- 3*-B s3343474990
(850) 557-6733 850-272-6412 icaid. Medicare & Self P. "'"".- 1 -L WI I iOS Tr.Fl Tde 'r '16 slides, with 07'
Call Jamile today for a Iree estimate All Calls are Confidenlh . ... ... B-D'L. Sle. 8. Silverado 250 work Jaguar 02 XType
Sinervlice27lmanim i' 850-573-1880 2 Slideouts, Loaded, truck as package 4 CDR LO Mles.
a D'isrb Auto & Cycle Cabinets/ Like new. $20,250. payoff $36,000 $ ro. Cal, Stevn
Services T Bulldozing Counertops ElectricalServiceGutters 334-406-455 334-470-8454 Chevy m Hather 334791 8243
FLEETWOOD '05 Keystone Cougar 01' new parts, block
t l Shores ProwlerAX6, 5th wh, 5th wh. 28 ft. slide- bored 60 overnew
Iyo r1 OSNeRll's Cabinet Lighthouse 36ft, 4 slides, large out, CH&A, micro- flow master exhaust
shower, 30/50AMP. wave, TV, am/fm cd system, platinum
nd leang, Inc. Shop,LLCGutter $30,000 OBO 334-695- radio, $10,000. see at everythi (plug
wh c-SpALeaTHA, FL Service Work 4995, 334-687-7862 Alabama Wildwood wires etc. $3500
SU'i~^MMERTIME agO-762-9a02 Specializing In .r .Hi Lo '07 Travel Trail- camp groundin 850-209-7051
A/C SERVICE Cell 850-832-5.055 All Wood Custom vice Change Outs Cleanin er 27' Lo '07 ngTravel Trail- e. 334-598- Jaguar 05 8L
Built Cabinets New Construction NADA Valued @$22K 4695 or 334-791-8363 Toyota 07 Prius, 4-door. Black. Owner
Act Now aWE OFFER COMPLEE Bult Cabinets D New Cotructin Ask $7900 Black, 53k, Exl. Cond, pd. $68Knew. Asking
SM L4CAB OR& Countertop Remodels In red 334792772900 *RIVER CANYON'05 GPS, backup camera, $25,985. 850-896-3774
$1 '0siCOUTedt, e mBan MnWBa Replacement. F E re E-7'5th whl, 36', 3 Slides, JBL sound, tint, great
S en S A OBMd FREE ESTIMATES Free Etimates Jay Flight'09 by very nice, queen bed, gas mileage, trans- Lincoln '01 Towncar,
2-00 Borden St, SECES WIIHO V Licensed Horebuilder .N Jayco 22' Sleeps 5-6 Entertainment cen ferable warranty, Signature series w/
8500 YS48f 2 PYE4EM. Call (850) 579-4428 Lic# ER13014408 No slide. Very clean, ter, fpl, Much More! new tires asking 101,130 mi $6,000
(850J42594 I Donnie Shores, Sr 1 Lots of storage! $13k Reduced to $20,000! $16,900. OBO 850-579-4467 after
334-889-2259Newville 0 850-509-1486 0 Call 334-470-3292 6pm







6B Tuesday, August 24, 2010 Jackson County Floridan CLASSIFIEDS www.JCFLORIDAN.com
Automobiles Automobiles Motorcycles Motorcycles Motrcycles SportUtiity Vehicles Wanted: Trucks-Heavy Duty Legal Ads Legal Notices
for Sale for Sale Automobiles
-J 5-0 lFZ Suzuki 50 79' s Lexus '08 Gx 4050K z For01' F150 lariat % AND CALL THIS THE
Lincoln '07 MKZ collectors item, 1 cyl, ,,,od C:,nd Load- 5.4 liter, 154K mi. LegalNoties POINT OF BEGIN-
Light tan w/beige in- TD. 2 stroke scooter, 4 K, 3r.3 Rh steat, sNav black ext. tan leather NING; 07TH DENCE
teor, leather heated orange, exc co nd, 5, r .00 l leats, supercab, au- LsF1507 NORTH 07 DEGREES
seats ABS side street legal.$. 2 24 (u to trans $8000. 417- 53 MINUTES 38 SEC-
airbags, 37k mi, NA- OBO 3347742521 793-7937 IN THE CIRCUIT ONDS EAST A DIS-
$1790 850s HONDA I; Bal 600.i .h:. vrut 1 % Disl Cr FOURTEENTHrn FEET TO AN EXISTING
DA$,o75esel fex 7 HA4-277 aVDer Tpm ONA gial Yaha .'-, arl i ,. rr. TANTED FORDF20 Dies*,'02 LARIATre F N FEETO A ISTIG
$17900850-814-0155 Volkswagn 06 Jetta Harley Davidson 104 .-es JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 0 Di ese CT 1/2 INCH STEEL ROD;
Lincoln Conression- TDI. Grey w/gry Roadglide FLH, 40K, stretch/lowered, 2 light bar, sadde 6X12 enclosed trailer Good Condtion $17700334-687-9983 IN AND FOR JACKSON THENCE SOUTH 89
al Town Sedan 03' Ithr.diesel, sunroof, tour pack, headsets, brother exhaust, bags, gar. kept like w/1 side door & dbl And Equipped. 17700 334-687-9983 COUNTY, FLORIDA DEGREES 56 Mi-
142K mi. white w/' heated seats, alum. CD & CB, smokey $7,200 334-355-0454 new. 5,000 m. $5100. doors in back $1900 85058 5719 CIVIL ACTION NUTES 00 SECONDS
wheels, sat radio 40 gold $810,500 OBO 334-696-5531 nights new cd T S E
seats loaded $6500 mpg. 120K 11800 334-798-2928/678- Honda 1962 C102 9228/643-8312 aTakerco CASENO. 322008- 69.90 FEET TO AN EX
334-693-2274 334:685-6233 8722 super cub 50, 4k ite, Scooters/Mopeds Automotive Coupons CA-287 iSTiNG 2 INCH IRON
Volvo 07 S40, miles. Black & white, mmngs/n and Deals Shop with DIVISION: PIPE; THENCE SOUTH
white, new tires, GL _.d Cl r ,nl.. electric ghn er DealTaker.com NUT D ES00 SON
wh66K miles, Goodnew tires, ,rT $2500. 85KW 400amp auto Ford 04 F-50 PHH MORTGAGE NUTES 00 S NDS
66Ki 15500. mlire 7 G on H switch runs 4 poul) Trucks.HeavyDuty) Super DutyXLtruck, CORPORATION, WEST A DISTANCE
15 W 2 house $15,4000. o auto, AC, 6 liter OF 149.85 FEET TO
334-791-2726 poultry -owerstroeauto, AC, 6 liter Plaintiff, AN EXISTING 1 INCH
HONDAinowerstroke diesel. Plaintiff, IRON PIPE ON THE
VW Beelte 'Ol diesel, HONDAS Valkyrie .-- o. Lub.ng i. d. dul rar NORTHERLY RIGHT
MAZDAOI Slver AT, loaded, exc. HARaLEY DAVIDSON Tourir all original, 7 8 pIdrrer, r te1 l.r.. C All N OF WAY OF SAID
Millenia, RunsGr t cond. white w/grey 07'FLSTSC Springer low miles, runs great ) 978.3r 34-795o6101 334 4-2 315 or TOF T; TOF SHENCEAID
2K mils Lo s int. 64K mi. $7,900 classic 3000K mi. asking $6,500 OBO Lance 08 Charming d 7 434 4643189 MARIE N. WIEDA, et N o TH E



cusor rims, new 200334M r $12000 334-678-4473 9 tion, 5kdmiles. $3500 MotorScooterh08. ipodn neT engineL DRc~k i RESCHEDULED CFIl k*
S 0 334-714-5860 Black $13000 OBOorfrad5454 Scooter, 1000 dmi.'s 4 appi3,000r 49O at ruB NORTH 89 DEGREESO
$0' 08 -6 -r ..s~~4 -681-4802 miles. Like new- -i aplA6 catorer CC
706-761-2089_ IFI BONDS WEST ALONG
7Classics & Antique Harley Davidson '08 Kawasaki '06 KLR 540-421-0726 7 rcemlcals CERL WS CLOu



nownt, &H N ERondLY c250 Call -T0eibtH
Mazda '04 RXS, Electra Glide Classic, .50 new tires & t c. i h,:" '.c CHEVROLET '79 C-65 0, THE NORTHERLY
4 doors, moon roof, 5000 miles, $15,950. brakes, great condi- SCOOTER! United 0..c.'utd on toc'l bar. dump truck. 20K mi. NOTICE OF RIGHT OF WAY OF
tires, 58k miles, great Meres 0OBO or trade for 80mpg, 1000 mi.'s 72q 1 ,8.3146 or -29 roughi rurs good' FORECLOSURE SALE TANCE OF 69.82 FEET
asking $10,000 Call parts. FLTC w/side car. wheeler. 850-592- War.334-445-6302. John Deer 0548 HP, Chevrolet '89 Scotts- Sport Trac, Limited NOTICE IS HEREBY INNING
a' 2 77 2 exc. cond.0$10,500. 3287 port T J K IN D EER IN
Rachelor Jay 251-747-4022 exc. cond. $10,500. 3287 full wh drive, front dale, blue, auto, 126K V-8, Fully Loaded GIVEN pursuant to an A/K/A 4328 DEERING
334-393-9959 Convertible Buick 334-794-2665 or Rescheduling STREET, MARIANNA,
Mada 4-drKawasaki '09 KXF25 port Utility Vehcles end loader, bushhog, runs good, cold air, 56K Mies, Blue FOrder Reschedulinge STREET MARIANNA,
h1971Skylark yellow ao are Dvd i Motord 9 b F0 $ finish mower, disk, $2000 OBO. 334-74- 2 500, 334-687-4686 Foreclosure Sale da- FL 32446
Mecds-e 07 uiAnE B o t or bliy 8PM 7x, 2 Aspreder&o $2000. .334-794- $21,500,M334-687-4686 aD A u 17, 2010
Se a with white. t auto, Harley Davidson 1992 shredder & box blade 0001 or 334-726-4298 F 07 F-350, 5.9 L ad entered in Case person claiming

$9,900. 334-389-3071 DealTaker.com 79 65 3 05- crossing extremist John Deere 640 4WD 695-7769, 695-7770 of the FOURTEENTH any, other than the.
or 334-726-9500 For Automotive 334-726-3842 Two post Tracto FORD07 Sports Trac Judicial Circuit in and property owner as of
Mercedes '73 450 SL 2360 hrs. $20,000 V-6 fully loaded, for JACKSON County, the date of the Lis
Convertible L HAR LEY DAVIDSON Mojo Motor Scooter 334-798-2337 Ha $19,500 OO 229-861- Florida wherein PHH Pendens must file a
r/st ti GolfCarts H 2003, 1200 Sortster '05, 200mi, BlueT co r CV- -00 30 98 MORTGAGE CORPO- claim within sixty
100th anniv. edition. $1650 850- 258-1638 Kubot Tractor 2800 V-8,4X4266K miles, 2714, 229-309-18ON
s$12,000 00 904-368- otohrome. fullylodedrebuilt Henry Cobb RATION, is the Plain- (60) days after the
1153 Leave msg Go cart, 36V crime $7500 334-701-3974 1999 Blazer Looks loader with box trans., $7,500 OBO FORD 2005 Sport Trac WIEDA; THE UN-
Mecds8'30L son red, 4 sweater, w/ MOTIVATED Good, Runs Good. blade & finishing 3346873207 XLT, 57K, loaded, drk KNOWN SPOUSE OF WITNESS MY HAND
rcees L headlamps, pristine Harley Davidson'95 WIFE! 2005 $3000. 334 798-9131 mower $17500. d tw tone re. e ARIE N. WIEDA ad the seal of this
93K m. H/S tops condition. $2000. 334- Lowritr 36K mi. Yamaha Royal Star Call 34-774-7771 i c ond N K A JOSHUA ou on t August 17,
chalk brown 655-0962 Exc.cohd. 1340 cc motorcycle. OBO. 334 692-5 72 iD: H L M.
PWRS/B, windows, engine, spare seat Model XVZ13CT, '1Lm i Massey Fergson'63 i" 00-0 34 62- .15 2 WEID HAZEL MD 2010.
ant, auto, AC, up- Gof Car/Club Car, $500 .334-984-2044 body style is W : are the D- ale R.Guthr
graded soundsytem, battery powered, ro r 1999 Bazer Tracker, l motl t3 rw WOND areSt e w Dale R. Guith rine
car cover & top stor- needs batteries. $300 Harley Davidson 98' road/street, drive W9 Bz er Tracker bottom $3 e nf the ircut
age rack, clean, well 0 334-648-0139 exc.cond. orange, 4 cynders, 35,000 interior. New paint, 3774638 Chevy 04 Silverado I r I bdder for cash at Court
maintained w/ re- loaded Must See!nr 3 0 Fond i cd -- 2.LTT dlL V nPI NORTH DOOR JACK- TE cl
$14,0200.334 $,.3900 .7 ga53t LD r.1 29K. FNORM DOOR VESTMENT LOA
cords. 14,200. 334- Motorcycles $12,000. 4799 condition air stereo with ipod Tractor 00 Kubota 8100 V WHEEL DR SON COUNTY By: Beverly Hatcher
792-9789 Honda 04 Helix Features double jack. $3000 OBO. M-120DT4x4w/ POWER EVERYTHING Ford'88F L0. 351W COURTHOUSE, MA- Deputy Clerk
Mercedes '96 S320, ; cootr -50c u aut:- hard '3e s paddle 334-886-3154, Kubotaloader V RADIO, 6 DISC k s, n AC RIANNA. FLORIDA at f
Mack, a/c, 15 1 t t ar. hi1 LA1601(cabfire) 3100 CHANGER $17,50000 brakes runs great, :00AM, on the 16th L 79
owner, mint condo, I m n v ihm,. bar- ru.e hrs. oringinaltires CALL WHIT 791-0576 $4400 OBO 850-592- day of September IN THE CRCUIT
$6000. firm., 5 ,Cl 6,i c itoT n 50%, engine, fu Chevy 04'Silverado 2815 2010, the following fI THE
334m46t753 Editio u e Jre. Full tn W r GM259.9 ora... described property COURT OFTHE
Lri 7 N t ri r tanks ok. $12500. or blue 4-dr. Z71 good Ford '89 Bronco, Runs a Yset forth in sa e t- FOURTEENTH
334406753 kr c r 2d .un ,. Full 8OUR0 212E6964H Judgment:
334-406-7530 "c i e 2J trade for tractor cond. new parts, 334-g grt, lifted, mud tires, udmentUDICIAL CIRCUIT
War t$ e s di:,ubl. .e1at lour sft t c 850-212-6964 405-9221 BPexcel cond. $3500 IN AND FOR JACKSON
l $'06 HD Dyna Wide -bia-. $aiking $3.5 9 / OBO5 trade 850-774- LOT 15, PHILLIPS AD- COUNTY, FLORIDA
S- Glde-FDWG.B .. i .F OBO Ple ll 9189 741 EDITION TO THE CIVIL ACTION
LiI- n .c usTion. 34..,I0i). I [ Chevrolet '04Tahoe TOWN-OF -M N -J C O TOWN OF MARIAN- A
2T L V NA, FLORIDA AC- CASENO.06-989-CA
i- 578-142 ieff,. Honda'05GoldWing Motorcycle Open $14,999.00 Trades 41 -r CORDING TO THE DIVISION
trthl g.c, Roadsmith Trike Kit Trailer hold 2 bikes Considered Call CSI ORD U.S.BANKNATIONAL
A20004 AMLAC THERECOFRD S N A ST
Mercedes-Benz'03 2007 Suzuki 30th Anv. Ed. CB, col- or Utility trailer 7x10, Auto 334-714-2700 Tractor 20 Massy I CORDED IN THE PUB.
C240. White pearl Boulevard C50- Red or silver & Extras, Like new. A-Frame F-ruCHEVY ''. I B Tn ih LIC REKCOURDS OFTASSOCIATIONR AS
Ext. w/camel leather and black, 9k miles, 38K mi. $26,500 iack 2 mc.:,tkc air I se ,:,p Truck .ACKSON COUNTY, STRUCTURED ASSET
int. Sun roof, power great for cruising, 334793-0177 i 00 ru ,r. cond 2 n c2 Lor reasonable FORD '69 F 50, 4h, FLORID BETER D INVESTMENT
sunshade. 6-discCD $4,500.334-791-22.77. .t Bsl n 13 .. plaOBOanters $3K .? offer 229-334-8520, 4x4 Auto, $4,600 or SCRIBED AS FOL-
3 21changer.$1154n5 6925 or 334699'1366 229-296-8171 reasonable offer 229- LOWS: COMMENCE LOAN TRUST (SAIL),
a -g $542 5 2009 Yamaha R6- SERIES 2-E4,
334-7185251 only 1,150 miles. 3.4 suzuki o0 GSXR 600 Chw me Tractor: LD 4450 Cecphe roa9te 8171 AINCH IRON P SEIPE S 20
Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 Bought new, barely Il. n- 36( mi Chevrolet '09 HHR hIS. ne 3SWD dual0. r.0. pickup, lift gate 817 MARKING THE Plaintiff,
S 5 speed, 32k mi. broken in. Burnt or- lu` 11 ed 2700 ii S $ 0 rd'93 Ranger over NORTHEAST CORNER
like new,REDUCED ange and blackwith riding gear OBO Automatic, 4 cyl., 334.72606. K i. CD player. OF WAIKETHA C.HUNT-
$10,900 850-482-2994 ghost flames, $9,000 334-714-4029 Excellent!10700. w e tanaskng TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH ER, etal,
negotiable.Extrasin- Honda'06,250 Rebel 334-790-7959 UTILITY cargo trailer $3500 4853214 RANGE 10 WEST, Defendant(s).
Nissan 08' Maxima clouded. 334-790-6146 Great condition. Runs Yamaha '05 V-star Dilate r. m 20i 20 and FLo ndA TH C E D
38K mi.. 1 owner 3.5 or 334-791-2277 great. $2000. obo 650 Silverado,Saddle Chevy '03 Tahoe FLORIDA; THENCE NOTICE OF
SL, tak wofe 0 334-701-1707 bags, wind shield, 162K mi Fully load dSOUTH 89 DEGREES NOTICE OF
$18,425takingoffers 6m Clean. Runs Grea 05 MUT 0 ERESCHEDULED
334-445-1666or334- miles, red, exc.paint Honda'06CBR600 gar. kept $3750obo $7500 3343 0i. $ S NDS W EST A DIS- FORECLOSURE SALE
NONDS WEST A DIS-
369-8139. & running cond. F41 5,000 mi., blue, 334691-443 334-655-2136 OBO 3 91 evy97 TANE OF 1749.77
-- $7000850-445-2915 perfect condition 3-6-4 _______ -" gre3t cond. 1500 FEET TO A POINT; NOTICE IS HEREBY
Pontiac '07 G6 GT leavisage S4.300 3"34 0,9836'4 .,, _,_; Eries.lrr$3 THENCENORTH 88 GIVEN pursuant to a
Low mileage, SUPER -- a r D3n. Yamaha '0 r lu Leasng.Renl Cl 303-06 3683 Ford '97 F-150 V-, E E NORT M n Order Reschedulig
SHARP, Sunroof $200 ur 1 1 automatic cold air, EGEE Foreclosure datedN
down, $249 mo. Call HONDA 06 Shado. rear tirE ,ao ra,. g, Da a 4500 miles NUTES 45 SECONDS August 1, 20 and
28 .rr, 0" of Likaher itelu b 456. WEST A DISTANCE August 17, 2010 and
Ron Ellis 714-0028 .8 il. LIKE NE. Like New, $5600. EET TO A entered in Case No.
R..800. 629.3Ce4.ni $590 5u72 c'oniFul"lya 33490-959$ OF42634 FEET TOA 06-989-CA of the Cir-
Pontiac G-6GT'07 rr 2-- 2q, or 96 i17I 2071 -I.'S.0,a fr -3 auto POINT; THENCE cuit Court of the C
conv. black24Kmi all .-'- 4pm Chevy'c Tah.o. Dodge 02 Dakota Ford '98 FSO, great SOUT 08 DEGREES FOURTEENTH Judicial
leather loaded, gar. Amercan Iron Ho rser. udcab.Aul$5900 cond,165KmiNew 04 MINUTES 19 SEC- Circuit n and for
kept. $15,000. OBO u,'. Te a Chppeer YAMAHA '08 R6 eO i. er, Ne. A I Cnd. L Brakes, alternator ONDS WEST A DIS- n
334-796-6613 a,. u -i-dr b: vebli. ll leis re r 18 FORK LiFT Am- an ru .d$7 750 and battery.Cold TANCE OF 309.48 JACKSON County,
~ToyotaOS'Prius43K SoS q- Cun7?9n0r60 n 3250 :r 172595 door locks.$4800 obo 5/8 INCH IRON ROD OCATION AS
miles, light blue in ied garage :hoA 314.805-0J66 Chevy 07 TrabilbUer i l engine. 60001b Dodge 2004 Dak.ota 334-691-4643 WITH AN ALUMINUM S TEOR S
color good cond. b;ke. ;950K. Mus See Nice Family SUV lift cap good ond. crew cab. E con Ford Lariet'02 5150 CAP RE ASSET IN-
$14,500.334-596-4902 $30.500. 334.445-0366 -. YAMAHA '08 V;tar Load $30)0Dc.wr, $11.50 334 701 213 79K. ullpower. 8yl. 129Kmi. runs and BANNERMAN RLS TURE ASSET LOAIN-
"250, Burgud $3010 in Call eve au cruise $7200. lok o 3214; THENCE SOUTH VESTMENT LOANE
Toyota 07 Sienna Van Dirt Bike 07r Honda 2 Burg 30 ,:,. Call Steve auto 18 DEGREES M
. LosmH3..Ca 3 4N $ 3 6 REES 44 MI TRUST (SAIL), SERIES
XLT, 1 owner, loaded CRF..Eellenrit Honda. ,VT L m .''Lee Ht. 3 91. I Vn 11344. 184 $7,300.334-596-9966 N 31 SECONDS 2006-4, is the Plaintiff
with all extrasCondtion $970. 1300C Charcoal color, GMC' Jimmy, WEST A DISTANCE and WAIKETHA C.
with all extras, Condibon $970. 1300C Charcoal color. 33-6935454kJimmy
.- 334-798-2337 334-PI WEST ABEG
garage kept, 64K 334-798-2337 Bike runs and looks great cond., $4200 CHRYSLER '06 Town OF 257.96 FEET TO HUNTER; MARKEVAR
miles $16,500. _______ great! Really fun to tarOBO 850-526-2491 & Country Van. AN 1/2 INCH REBAR U. HUNTER; are the
Eufaula Call 334-687- i ride. Clean title his- Y nMH'Vsr ask for Tom Exc. cond. 51K, seats WITH A PLASTIC CAP Defendants, I will sell
5032 or 334-695-0912 tory. The tires are in Low miles Lie new 7. ac. power, $9500 STAMPED TRAVERSE to the highest and
Lod h e. .ot ms !eg. 3s4-688-5154 LcSTATION LBe 5106; best bidder for cash
Toyota '09 Venza d a 'nntto Asking $2,695., THENCE NRTH 88 at NORTH DOOR
Bronze w/ cloth int. the bike with ma 334-693-5454 JACKSON COUNTY
ronze wclo bke me 334-693-5454 chrysler 95 Voyager, D ge 99'1500 V8 GMC 05 SIERRA, DEGREES 29 M i-
21,800 mi. V-6 auto. Vi6, 5100, $5,900 V6. auto.. eats 8193K m. 2500HD, 39K miles, NUTES 03 SECONDS COURTHOUSE, MA-
$24,500.334-673-9396 (50)766-7112 Yamaha 2004 VStar pwr.am m A/T, A/C, P/steering, black, 4wd, SLT pack EAST A DISTANCE OF RIANNA, FLORIDA at
334-805-0883 ITv, colin.hightower@hot 1100 Classic. Black & new !ires. NOW crews, $3,500. OBO age, 4 door. $20,000. 339.39 FEET TO AN 11:00AM, on the 16th
VW'r05 Beetle, 28lactual miles, cnn$19; 0 850-592- 334-691-2987 / 344- 850-258-7758 EXISTING 1/2 INCH day of September,
tcuto mized out ml.c.m condition. $5,000. 2832 798-1768 _ IRON PIPE ON THE 2010, the following
Limited Edition, customized out of Kawasaki 2000 Clas. 334-618-7525 Jeep 07'Wrangler, -, 22 -9-178 GMC '99 Sierra green IRTHEL RIGHT described property
Like New. New tires,, Easy Rider, all sic LT.2007 Under black X unlimited 4- GMC '95, Conversion FORD '07 F150 Super in color 88K mi. 1 NORTHERLYOF RING as set forth in said Fi-
moonroof, keyless chrome-up, SS carbs, Warranty til 2012. Yamaha '99 XVS1100 dr. w/ 57K mi. 1 own Van, new A/C, runs cab, 4x4, 4dr, 156K owner, garage kept, TROF W AY FE FOOT nal Judgment:
entry, alarm. Under screaming eagle 2053CC Low mi. 42K mi. Asking $3200 er, new tires, hard & grt, $2500 S & M Au- miles, fully loaded, very clean, $10,000. RIGHT OF WAY MEN t
Warranty, $9,500. exhaust system $9000 334-774-3474 OBO 334-726-1215 or soft top exc. cond. to Sales 850-774- pearl white, $16,900., OBO 334-445-9373 PAVED CITY STREET, COMMENCE AT THE
Call 334-655-0702 $7,500 334-695-3744 or 334-791-1074 334-477-3152 $17,995. 334-333-4450 9189/850-774-9186 334-685-0846 334-369-8139 AE C T SOUTHWEST COR-
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