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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as: Sunday Floridan
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Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: August 25, 2010
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WEDNESDAY


Incumbents prevail


BY MORGAN CARLSON AND
DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITERS
The results from Tuesday's pri-
mary are in, and it was a good night
for the incumbents.
Jackson County Commission
District 2 incumbent Edward
Crutchfield got 737 votes, or 60.1
percent, while fellow Democratic
challenger Howard Glass, a former
member of the county commission,
got 489 votes, or 39.8 percent.
Crutchfield will now face
Republican Joel Clinton Pate in the
general election this November.
Crutchfield was surprised by the
margin of victory and pleased.
"I felt good about the race but, you
really don't know until end," he said.
"But hearing the' numbers I feel real
good about that. It says to .me that
they put they're 'trust in me, and I
want to work harder to win the confi-
dence of those who didn't vote for
me."
Crutchfield wants to work on con-
tinuing to improve roads.


"A lot of people don't think they're
kept up like they should be. That
might be an area that is a little lack-
ing," Crutchfield said Tuesday night.
"This is not about me this is not
about me, it is about (the people)," he
said.
Jackson County Commission
District 4 incumbent Jeremy Branch
got 888 votes, or 65.8 percent, while
fellow Democratic challengers
Wesley A. Kutchey got 234 votes, or
17.3 percent, and William F. Nelson
got 227 votes, or 16.8 percent.
Branch faces Republican chal-
lenger Michael J. Shores in,
November.
Branch monitored the polling
places before results were announced
at headquarters. He didn't expect to
win by such a big margin, he said
Tuesday night.
"It's very humbling. I'm over-
whelmed to win that big, by these
kinds of numbers," Branch said. "I
want to keep focused on the three
things I have focused .on all along,
which are keeping taxes .low, jobs in
Jackson County and improving roads."


Branch held a victory celebration
at Beef'O'Btady's Tuesday night.
District 5 school board incumbent
Charlotte M. Gardner got 1,588
votes, or 70 percent, while challenger
William Holt Floyd got 679 votes, or
29.9 percent. This race is decided,
since the office is non-partisan and
there will be no November election.
"I appreciate the confidence of the
voters of District 5 for allowing me to
serve them again," Gardner said in a
phone interview Tuesday night. "I.am
looking forward to having a produc-
tive next four years."
Gardner thanked her opponent
Holt Floyd for a "wonderful race."
She also thanked her supporters and
the many people she visited and
spoke with throughout her campaign,
for keeping her going the last three
'months.
"It has been a very positive experi-
ence," she said.
District 4 school board member
Chris M. Johnson and District 1
school board member -Terry E.
See INCUMBENTS, Page 7A O>


Candidates signs crowd the road .in front of the polling
station at Citizens Lodge Tuesday. Mark Skinner /
Floridan


Sneads ready to debut skate park


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The new Sneads skate park isn't officially
open yet, because landscaping work is not
finished. But the town has been letting people
use it in advance of a dedication ceremony.
Young Sneads residents are taking full
advantage of the early opportunity.
It's actually a' park-within-a-park; the 45-
by 75-foot structure is tucked into the town's
Adam Tucker Wilson Park off Legion Road.
The date for dedication has not yet been
set, but City Manager Ed Kilpatrick said
Monday its name has already been selected.
It will honor- the deceased child of former
city council member Ricky Whittington.
Whittington's. daughter, Jamie Lynn
Messer, was killed in a four-wheeler accident
a few years ago.
She' was an avid fan of skateboarding,
Kilpatrick said, and would have been happy
to see the park in place.
Several young people had a part in making
it a reality, including Justin Raley and his
brother Joseph.
Justin, now 21, was about 18 when he, his
brother and other teenagers first started ask-
ing the city to provide them a place to skate-'
board.
Kilpatrick told them they might want to
start a petition and present it to the town
council, Raley said. That's what they did.
They got between 500 and 600 signatures,
and Raley presented them to the council.
"It was just kind of a dream a lot of us had,
although at first nobody ever thought it would
be a reality," Raley said. "But after we got the
petitions signed, we learned there would be
an open discussion about the idea at city hall.
So we rounded up a bunch of kids and their
parents to go to the meeting and talk about it."
Raley said skateboarders were frustrated
enough to stand up and let their voices be
heard.
"We were getting kicked out of every place
. we tried to find a surface to skate on, and we
really needed a safe, legal place," Raley said.
See SKATE, Page 7A l>


new skate park
in Sneads last
; week. Mark ,..
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Pepsi

grant to

fund trees

at park
STAFF REPORT
A Jackson' County business, a
civic organization and county gov-
ernment teamed up several months
ago to request a Pepsi Refresh
grant. That effort recently paid off.
The grant application was
approved, to the tune of $1,500.
The money will be used to buy
trees' for Citizens Lodge Park. The
trees will be purchased from the
Jackson County Association for
Retarded Citizens.
The Altrusa Club was one of
three entities who partnered in the
grant request. Sangaree Oil
Company was the private sector
partner, and Jackson County's
Parks and Recreation department
was the public sector partner.
Sangaree co-owner Jeanie
Sangaree said she was approached
several months ago by local Pepsi
distributor Buffalo Rock's George
Tucker, about putting a request
together for the community.
Sangaree, owner of eight local
convenience stores, is one of
Pepsi's main retail outlets here.
Sangaree contacted Altrusa, of
which she was once president, and
together they settled on county
Parks and Recreation as the poten-
tial recipient of the grant.
Parks and Recreation Director
Chuck Hatcher said the money
will be used to buy some fast-
growing shade trees for Citizens
Lodge. The purchases will not be
made until the prime planting peri-
od in winter. The specific type or
types of trees have not yet been
selected.


Jacob water supply out Road construction affecting


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The residents of Jacob who depend on the city's
water system have been without water for three
days straight as of late Tuesday afternoon.
The system went down Sunday, city maintenance
worker Alfonso White confirmed.
City Manager Riley Henderson said it was a
mechanical problem with the pump motor which
pulls the water into the tank.
He said a substitute motor from another well is
being put in to replace the malfuntioning one. He
could not estimate when the work would be fin-
ished, but was hoping it would be done by Tuesday
night or Wednesday morning.
White and Henderson said a large tank has been
placed at a central location where citizens can come
and fill buckets with water to bathe, flush toilets, or
for other non-consumption uses.
Some residents are going to friends' homes out-
side the city for water, according to one resident.
White said it appears a motor malfunction or
some problem with the water pump is causing the

See JACOB, Page 7A O>


Ricky Shaw works on repairing Jacob's well
Tuesday evening. A malfunction knocked out the
city's water supply Saturday. Mark Skinner /
Floridan


BY MORGAN CARLSON
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Sunny War Eagle uses a power
wheelchair for traveling, but road
construction in Marianna is mak-
ing her mobility more difficult.
War Eagle, 79, is a resident of
Gibb Marianna'Village, an apart-
ment complex solely for people
with disabilities, off Milton
Avenue in Marianna.
A section of Milton.Avenue is
torn up near Gibb Village due to
the city's water project. It's cur-
rently just uneven dirt that turns
into thick mud when it rains.
Crossing this section of the
road proves to be difficult for
someone with disabilities who'
can walk it, but is almost impas-
sible by wheelchair.
Most of the people who live in
the complex don't have cars, War
Eagle said.


"Those of us that have no
transportation or no way to get
out are really at a loss," War
Eagle said.
For almost two months, War
Eagle has been relying on the bi-
weekly shuttle provided by J
Trans to get out of the apartment
complex.
War Eagle has lived in Gibb
Village for more than eight years.
Up until the last two months, she
has been able to use her power
wheelchair to get to the pharmacy
and the grocery store.
She can still make the trip by.
walking and using a baby stroller
or walker, but only if it hasn't
rained the previous day and she
has taken her pain medication.
"If it's muddy, then forget it,"
she said.
The road has many pot holes
See ROAD, Page 7A >o


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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 the 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 competi-
tion. 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 pres-
ents "Art Alive 2010," an exhibit showcas-
ing a variety 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 lesser value free on all children's
clothes, children's purses, VCR tapes,
DVDs, CDs and women's small clothing
(size 0-9)..Sale runs the entire month of
August. Shop hours; Tuesday and Thursday,
.9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 482-3734.
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 students 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 wel-
come; no charge. Call 718-0326.
Jackson Hospital brings Medwheels to
Superior Bank, 2258 US Highway 71,
Marianna. Free cholesterol, glucose and'


lipids screenings will be 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 for 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 park-
ing lot on the corner of US 90 and Nolan
Street (next to the Family Dollar). Plates,
with drinks will also be available. 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 the 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 the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.

August 29 Sunday
The Liberty County Arts Council pres-
ents "Art Alive 2010," an. exhibit showcas-
ing a variety of art forms, Aug. 25 Sept. 1
at Veterans' Memorial Civice Center in
Bristol. Call 850-643-6646, 850-643-5491:


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE JAi
The Marianna Police SIH
Department listed the Th,
following. incidents for Sheri
Aug. 23, the latest avail- coun
able report: One accident repoi
without injury, two suspi- incid
cious vehicles, three sus- the la
picious incidents, one (Som
suspicious person, one relat(
information call, one bur- calls
glary, one vehicle
burglary, two verbal *-,- --
disturbances, one y--'-,-rm-
panic alarm, 18 traf- '2-- "--
fic stops, one juve- CRIMF
nile complaint, J -
three' assaults, one
animal complaint, two cious
retail thefts or shoplift- picio
ing, two assists of other inform
agencies, four public speci;
service calls, and two way
threat or harassment com- ment,
plaints. glarie


CKSON COUNTY
LERIFF'S OFFICE
e Jackson County
iff's Office and
ty Fire/Rescue
rted the following
ents for Aug. 23,
test available report
e of these calls may
ed to after-hours
taken on behalf of
Graceville and
Cottondale Police
Departments): One
drunk driver, ,one
dead person, five'
abandoned vehi-
cles, five suspi-
vehicles, one sus-
us person, seven
nation reports, one
al detail, one high-
obstruction, one
al illness, two bur-
:s, one physical dis-


turbance, one strong arm
robbery, two prowlers,
one residential fire, one
woodland fire, one com-
mercial fire, 18 medical
calls, one burglar alarm,
one discharge of a
firearm call, 14 traffic
stops, three larcedies,
two papers served, one
.civil dispute, two tres-
passing complaints, one
follow up investigation,
one littering or garbage
complaint, one assault,
one animal complaint,
two dog complaints,
three fraud reports, two
assists of other agencies,
two public service calls,
seven transports, two
patrol requests, one open
door or window checked
and one VIN verifica-
tion.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting period:
Fredrick Williams, 40,
5716 Fort Road,
Greenwood, fleeing and
eluding, reckless driving,
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia,
two counts of resisting
without violence.
Jason Schofield. 24,
1700 Sinai Road, Sneads,
uttering forged instrument
or counterfeit bill.,
Ronnie Bogle, 41, no
fixed address, aggravated
battery with a deadly
weapon, strong arm rob-
bery.


Mark Jacks, 43, 3579
Moore, Road, Marianna,
burglary, grand theft.
John Colliette, 48,
2379 River Road, Sneads,
hold for court.
Mickey Brock, 52,
2559 Highway 69, Grand
Ridge, driving while
license suspended or
revoked, tag attached not
assigned.
Benjamin Harris, 20,
910 Goreville Ave., Alford,
grand theft, resisting arrest
without violence.
JAIL POPULATION:' 254
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Chipola College employees awarded for service


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Employees of Chipola College were rec-
ognized for years of service during the first
staff meeting of the school year on Aug. 16.
Employees were awarded certificates in
five-year increments. The following were
recognized:
Five years Joy Ree Ashmore, Elisa
Cruz, Dr. Katherine Leigh, Pam Rentz,
Monroe Rhynes, Billy Ray Richter, Patricia
Ward.
Ten years Laurie Berry, Nell
Donaldson, John Gardner, Boris Granberry,
Nancy John-son, Sheila Mercer, Mark
Panichella, Jeremy Smith.
Fifteen years Pat Barfield, Dr. Jeff
Bodart, Byron Quivey.
Twenty years Annie Graham, Alice
Pendergrass.
Twenty-five years Diane Timmons.
Thirty years Wayne Herring.
Thirty-five years Sybil Cloud, Carole
Edenfield.


Twenty-year employees are, from left,
Alice Pendergrass and Annie Graham.
- Contributed photo


Five year employees are, from left, Joy Ree Ashmore, Elisa Gruz, Dr. Katherine
Leigh, Pam Rentz, Billy Ray Richter and Patricia Ward. Not pictured: Monroe
Rhynes. Contributed photo


Ten year employees are, from left, John Gardner, Laurie Berry, Nell Donaldson,
Sheila Mercer, Nancy Johnson, Mark Panichella, Boris Granberry and Jeremy
Smith. Contributed photo


Fifteen year employees are, from left Pat
Barfield, Dr. Jeff Bodart and Byron
Quivey. Contributed photo


Here, Sybil Cloud, right, accepts an
award for 35 years of service from col-
lege president, Dr. Gene Prough. -
Contributed photo


Troop 170 Boy Scouts resume fitness challenge


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Troop 170 Boy Scouts of
Marianna met Aug. 20, at
'Citizens Lodge Park to continue
participating -in their physical
fitness challenge, one of the
required feats to earn the rank
of Tenderfoot.
The ongoing theme remained
"Steps to Better Fitness," with
the Scout Oath emphasizing the
goal for Scouts to do their best


to keep physically fit, mentally
awake, and morally straight.
The Scouts completed step
one of this challenge in June,
performing a variety of standard
exercises to establish a baseline
for testing future progress.
Two months ago, each Scout
had a turn to attempt push-ups,
sit-ups, pull-ups, the standing
broad jump, and a quarter-mile
run, with timed results and
measurements being recorded


in their handbooks.
The exercises were per-
formed again at the most recent
meeting, and' each Scout
showed improvements in almost
every area. Scouts will be tested
again in the near future, to
encourage continued efforts to
become and stay physically fit.
To learn more about
Scouting, please e-mail coke-
hut@digitalexp.com, or call
Mary Ann Hutton at 209-2818.


Troop 170 Boy
Scouts, from left,
Chase Elkins, Ryan
Mathis, Noah
McArthur, Liam
McDonald and Nick
Walker get ready to
take off at the start-
ing line of their
quarter-mile run. -
Contributed photo


Boyd presents $1.1 M grant to Chipola


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Current and future
Chipola College students
will benefit from a $1.1 mil-
lion federal grant which was
recently awarded to the col-
lege.
Rep. Allen Boyd, D-
Monticello,' visited the
Chipola campus Aug. 19 to
present the check for a
Student Support Services
grant. The college requested
$220,000 per year for five
years to implement a project
to help 140 first-generation
students enter college and
complete a degree.
"Chipola College has a
long history of providing
students with the skills and
talents they need to be suc-
cessful in their future
endeavors, whether that be
continuing their education
or entering the workplace.
This federal funding will
help them continue this tra-
dition, and I am very proud
to have been a part of bring-
ing this award to the
Chipola College communi-
ty," Boyd said.
"We were excited to

Wetland
conservation
workshop
planned
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Jackson County
USDA Service Center's
Farm Service Agency and
Natural Resources
Conservation Service, in
partnership with the
Jackson Soil and Water
Conservation District, will
host a workshop to answer
wetland conservation ques-
tions and review the wet-
land provisions of the Food
Security Act of 1983.
Farmer, ranchers,
foresters and Farm Bill pro-
gram participants espe-
cially those planning activ-
ities like land clearing or
drainage land leveling/fill-
ing in an area that may con-
tain a wetland 'are
encouraged to attend.
The workshop will be
Sept. 1; from 1 to 3 p.m. at
the Jackson County
Agricultural Center
Auditorium at 2741
Pennsylvania Ave.,
Marianna. Light refresh-
ments will be served.
For more information,
call 526-2610, ext. 128.


Rep. Allen Boyd, D-Monticello, visited the Chipola
College campus on Aug. 19 to present a $1.1 million
grant for a Student Support Services grant. He is pic-
tured here with Chipola officials, from left, Dr. Sarah
Clemmons, Gail Hartzog, Judy Riviere, Boyd, Dr. Gene
Prough and Bonnie Smith. Contributed photo


receive the good news from
Congressman Boyd that our
grant request had been
funded. These programs
will expand opportunities
for our students and
prospective students for
years to come," Chipola
president Dr. Gene Prough
said.
The Support Services
project will include college
success coaches, the use of
special curriculum to help
students remain engaged,


supplemental instruction,
tutoring in the Academic
Center for Excellence and
the' creation of a special'lab
space for students in the
program.
The funding also will
make available career and
life planning, academic
advising and course place-
ment, counseling, and trans-
fer assistance into one of
Chipola's four-year pro-
grams, or to other colleges
and universities.


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Publisher: Valeria Roberts


Our Opinion


A bad


smell


It never really smelled right. And
now it's clear why.
As the Floridan reported on Sunday,
there's a reason why septic tank own-
ers across the state are going to be
forced to have their tanks inspected-
every five years, and replaced if they
aren't up to snuff.
The new state law was the result of
some heavy lobbying by surprise,
surprise the very people who will
now most likely be carrying out those
inspections and making those repairs.
How did this happen? It is, unfortu-
nately, how politics works, based on
the "golden rule" those who have
the gold make the rules.
We got a very bitter taste of that
during this just-concluded primary
campaign. Ask yourself who is paying
for all those campaign ads. And ask
yourself what those who wrote the
checks are likely to expect if their.
candidate is elected.
As for what we can expect,... well,
we can expect more legislation like
the new septic tank law. It is unfortu-
nate it passed. We are still hopeful
that our state lawmakers will do all
they can to have this odiferous piece
of legislation rolled back or repealed.
The basic premise is sound; no one
wants septic tank effluent polluting
groundwater or springs, or leeching
out into the soil in heavily populated
areas. But the law as written tries to
kill a gnat with a sledgehammer.
If the legislature won't repeal the
law, at least make its provisions less
onerous. The requirements for tanks in
built-up areas should probably be
stiffer than in rural areas. Tanks near
aquifers should be monitored more
frequently. But to impose blanket
rules on all and sundry in an appar-
ent bid to drum up more business for
some that just stinks.


CONTACT YOUR


REPRESENTATIVE

Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 7
Marti.Coley@myfloridanhouse.gov
Capitol office
319 The Capitol
402 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-2873

Rep. Brad Drake, R-District 5
Brad.Drake@myfloridahouse.gov
Capitol office
313 House Office Building
402 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-4726

Sen. Al Lawson Jr. D-District 6
Tallahassee office
228 Senate Office Building
404 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1100
(850) 487-5004


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sure to include your full address and telephone number
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EPA edict poses threat to Florida


BY RICHARD GRISWOLD

Over the past several years,
Floridians have seen more than
their share of disasters.
Hurricanes, recession and an
ecological disaster of monu-
mental proportions have dealt
severe blows but the eco-
nomic devastation of these
events pale in comparison to
the man-made disaster looming
on our horizon.
As we struggle to recover
from losses measured in mil-
lions and billions, bureaucrats
in Washington are preparing to
up the ante with new regula-
tions that only Floridians will
have to meet and it will cost
us more than a trillion.
It is a complicated issue, but
if Floridians don't take the
time to understand the threat
and speak up, the bottom line
is fairly simple. Your monthly
water bills will increase by 100
percent or perhaps even more
- and your property taxes will
go through the roof.
The increase stems from a
new rule being imposed by the
Environmental Protection
Agency requiring any dis-
charge to a water body to meet
strict numericlimits on nitro-
gen and phosphorus levels. No
one disagrees that limits on
nutrients are important to the


health of a water body but
despite years of research in
Florida and across the nation,
scientists have not figured out
what those limits should be.
The relationship between nutri-
ents and water bodies is too
complex for a precise determi-
nation of a concentration that
fits all water bodies.
Unfortunately, the lack of
any scientific basis isn't stop-
ping the EPA from imposing
costly restrictions on the State
of Florida. Stymied by the use
of science, they have decided
to use a statistical approach.
They analyzed.the water of
streams appearing to be
healthy, determined the average
value of nitrogen and phospho-
rus for those reference streams,
and set those levels as the new
standard everyone in the state
must meet.
It would be nice to think the
money spent to meet the stan-
dard would pay off in
improved water quality. But the
rules, as currently crafted,
could very well do more harm
than good. Nutrients cannot be
treated like any other pollutant.
Nutrients are food, and they.
have to be dosed properly.
Overfeeding is bad and under-
feeding is bad. Since the limits
being set by EPA are a statisti-
cal mean, it stands to reason


that all water bodies will be
either overfed or underfed.
Based on the proposed rule
that EPA will enact in October
of this year, the only method of
extracting nutrients from dis-
charges will be reverse osmo-
sis. Wastewater treatment facil-
ities will be required to first
make sure their facilities all
meet advanced wastewater
treatment, or AWT standards,
and then they will be required
to install a new reverse osmosis
plant to treat the discharge
from their AWT plant. Storm
sewers and drainage ditches,
will need to have their flows
redirected to a reverse osmosis
plant for treatment.
The costs of this effort for
the entire state of Florida will
be well over $1 trillion. For
some reason EPA does not
understand this. To bring this
number into perspective,
-monthly utility bills will likely
double. But more far reaching,
property taxes will have to
quadruple. All these costs are
verifiable and only result in
treatment of point sources that
account for a fraction of the
nutrient load entering our water
bodies. The major sources of
nutrient discharge into our
water runoff from yards,
discharge from wetlands,
atmospheric deposition, septic


tank discharge and water flow-
ing into Florida from other
states will not be reduced in
any way under the new rule.
Even more troubling is that
EPA is abandoning a proven
method for addressing nutrient
loads. For years, the state of
FlQrida has followed the EPA
mandate to methodically exam-
ine water bodies to determine
specific characteristics and
.needs, and then establish pro-
grams to improve water quali-
ty.
It works, people have faith in
it, and it represents a point of
community pride wherever it
has been used. Now EPA
wants to abandon it all for a
prescriptive and draconian
move that will not and cannot
improve the water quality of all
water bodies in Florida.
When all is said and done,
Florida, and only Florida, will
be required to spend upwards
of a trillion dollars to comply
with the new rule and for this
amount may receive nothing
- while residents of every
other state get a free pass.
Good luck to us all.

Griswold serves as general
manager of Destin Water Users
Inc., a member-owned water
and wastewater utility in
Destin.


Ground Zero and the tea party overreaction


BY DONNA BRAZILE

Just days after 9/11,
President George W. Bush vis-
ited a Washington, D.C.,
mosque and said: "The face of
terror is not the true faith of
Islam. That's not what Islam is
all about. Islam is peace."
In today's hyper-partisan
political climate, most (but not
all) Republicans in Washington
and a few Democrats have
ignored those words, spoken
less than a week after the worst
terror attack on our nation's
soil. At that moment, it would
have been easy and expedient
to demonize some Americans
because of their faith. Today,
what President Bush then
eschewed has become the latest
political fashion. It's what
everyone seems to wer to the
tea party.
The Founders encoded the
two foremost freedoms in the
First Amendment: "Congress


shall make no law respecting
an establishment of religion, or
prohibiting the free exercise
thereof; or abridging the free-
dom of speech ..."
In 1960, with his candidacy
on the line, John F. Kennedy
faced a group of protestant
clergy in Houston. He was
Catholic, and Catholics "could-
n't" be president only once
had one been nominated, and
he lost in a landslide (Al Smith
to Herbert Hoover, in 1928).
Kennedy, to his credit,
addressed the issue head on: "I
believe in an America," he told
the ministers, "where the sepa-
ration of church and state is
absolute ... where religious lib-
erty is so indivisible that an act
against one church is treated as
an act against all."
This week President Barack
Obama, a Christian, and New
York City Mayor Michael
Bloomberg, a Jewish-
American, stood up for the


First Amendment right of
Muslim Americans to build a
house of worship. They did so
knowing it might produce a
backlash.
Indeed it has. "This is not
about the freedom of religion,"
said Sen. John Cornyn, R-
Texas, head of the Republican
Senatorial Committee. It was,
he insisted, about those who
died at Ground Zero.
Translation: Since some
Muslims are terrorists, all
Muslims (except those we buy
oil from) are tainted.
Never mind that Muslim
Americans also died on Sept.
11. Never mind that Muslim-
Americans are fighting along-
side Christian and Jewish sol-
diers, and men and women of
no ascribed faith on the battle
lines in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Never mind that the Islamic
cultural center is being built by
Americans, for Americans.
This opposition is really just


engaged in political fishing:
cast aspersions and reel in the
votes. It's about Election Day
2010. For a "victory," the dem-
agogues would steer us into an
amoral abyss. To feel "holier-
than-thou," they would sever
one of the principles that
anchors our Constitution.
Is there no core American
value they will not jettison, no
principle they will not throw
overboard just to win an elec-
tion?
We should heed John
Kennedy's warning to the
Houston clergy: "For while this
year it may be a Catholic
against whom the finger of sus-
picion is pointed, in other years
it has been, and may someday
be again, a Jew or a Quaker
or a Unitarian or a Baptist ...
Today I may be the victim, but
tomorrow it may be you -
until the whole fabric of our
harmonious society is ripped at
a time of great national peril."


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Lawmakers: Read
before you vote

Dear editor,
This is in response to your
article in the Aug. 22, 2010
edition, "Septic tank group
lobbied for bill."
It appears to me that it is
clear the passing of Senate
Bill 550 was more of a busi-
ness deal between the FOWA,
their lobbyists and our legisla-


tors, to promote and protect
their septic tank businesses,
rather than protect the health.
and welfare of the citizens.
I am a proponent of correct-
ing problems with septic tanks
where there are problems. But
I am not a proponent of creat-
ing problems where they don't
exist, which in short means, if
it ain't broke, don't fix it.
To go a step further, I see
Sen. al Lawson is attempting
to crawfish out of his vote to
T


pass Bill 550 by claiming he
did not know the exact regula-
tions written into the bill. I
feel this is a cop out by him,
and God knows how many
others, who voted for a bill
that they had not read or stud-
ied.
Each and every year, we
hear elected officials who
voted for a bad bill come back
and cry, "1I didn't know this
was combined in the bill when
I voted for it, or I would not


have voted for it." I don't
know if they are just saying it
or are not reading and study-
ing the bills before voting. We
put our trust in them to repre-
sent us all, and not big busi-
ness; they owe it to us to
know what they are voting on.
They need to represent all the
people who have elected them
to office.

Steve Tvyls
Sneads


Managing Editor: Michael Becker


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Meek wins Democratic Senate primary in Florida


BY BRENDAN FARRING-
TON AND JENNIFER KAY
AP WRITERS

HOLLYWOOD Rep.
Kendrick Meek won
Florida's Democratic nomi-
nation for the U.S. Senate
on Tuesday, as voters
weren't convinced by the
outsider, businessman
image that billionaire
investor Jeff Greene tried to
buy with millions of his for-
tune.
Meek, who compared the
race to the biblical story of
David and Goliath when
Greene began blanketing
the state with television ads,
said Floridians recognized
his 19 months of campaign-
" ing for the job and voted for
someone who understands
the needs of the middle
class.
He will face Republican'
nominee Marco Rubio, who
defeated token opposition in
Tuesday's primary, and
Gov. Charlie Crist, who is


running as an independent.
S"Mr. Greene wasn't a
pushover," Meek said. "He
was running more commer-
cials than Geico, Burger
King and McDonald's put
together. He came hard and
he was a businessman that
had some success in life,
but I feel Floridians. know
that the people of good will
spoke tonight and they will -
speak again in November."
With 83 percent of
precincts reporting, Meek--
had 465,704 votes, or 56.2 '
percent, compared to
264,412 votes for Greene,
or 31.9 percent.
The race was called so
early, that Meek was still :., .
getting dressed in his hotel .
suite, leaving his closest
supporters waiting severalN
minutes to congratulate
him.
"We're happy!" his wife
Leslie said. "Let me go get hvc
the candidate." m Democratic senate candidate Iep. Kendrick Meek, D-Fla., left, shakes hands with supporters -fter his victory
After, a few minutes, speech in Hollywood, Fla. Tuesday. Meek defeated Jeff Greene to claim the Democratic nomination Senate. -
Meek emerged to applause. AP Photo/Alan Diaz


GOP chair wins primary challenge for Senate seat


BY BRENT KALLESTAD
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

TALLAHASSEE State
Sen. John Thrasher, who
splits his time as chairman of
the state Republican Party,
was among a horde of incum-
bent legislators who easily
won primary elections
Tuesday. The only two
Senate incumbents to face a
primary opponent, Thrasher
and Sen. -Thad Altmian of
Viera, each won their GOP
contest handily. Republicans
control that chamber by a 26-
14 margin.


'Tonight is the first step,"
said Thrasher, a former
House speaker and lobbyist
who replaced disgraced GOP
chairman Jim Greer in
February amid a financial
scandal. that resulted in
Greer's indictment on
charges he ran a scam to bilk
the party.
"I am ready to debate the,
tough issues that face
Northeast Florida," said
Thrasher, who received over
60 percent of the vote in his
victory over political novice
Charles Pemiciaro. I
Thrasher faces a formida-


ble opponent on Nov. 2 in
former Jacksonville televi-
sion pews anchor Deborah
Gianoulis, who was unop-
posed in the Democratic pri-
mary. If there was voter dis-
satisfaction, it didn't show up
in Tuesday's primary results.
Incumbents had a field day.
Altman received two-thirds
of the vote in his win over
GOP challenger Bart
Carmichael. And despite a
pair of pro-drilling votes in
the 2009 legislative session,
first-term Rep. Michelle
Rehwinkel Vasilinda of
Tallahassee had little difficul-


ty inher victory over former Party Chairman Rick Minor trict that surrounds the state
Leon County Democratic in a largely liberal House dis- Capitol.


Gelbe.r wins Dem bid in AG race


BY KELLI KENNEDY
ASSOCIATED PRESS
WRrIER

MIAMI State.
Sen. Dan Gelber
captured the
Democratic nomina-
tion for attorney
general Tuesday,
while Republican
Pam Bondi took an
early lead in
Florida's tight pri-
mary races for posi-
tion, with about 72


percent of the votes
counted. .
Gelber told The
Associated Press in
a' telephone inter-
view he was grateful
for his win over Sen.
Dave Aronberg, a
"formidable oppo-
nent,'" and said a pri-
ority for him is mak-
ing sure Florida gets
"everything it
deserves from BP"
in the complicated
legal wranglin'gs


over the Gulf oil
spill. .
The three
Republican candi-
dates have all prom-
ised to carry on 'a
federal lawsuit seek-
.ing to block the fed-
eral health care pro-
gram if, elected.
Gelber called the
lawsuit a political
ploy and said the
.attorney general
should focus on
rooting out corrup-


tion, fighting pill
mills and protecting
children from sexual
predators.
Gelber, who was
elected to the state
Senate in 2008 after
eight years in the
House, served as
chief counsel and
staff director for the
U.S. Senate's inves-
tigations committee,
focusing mainly on
terrorism and
domestic security.


6 of 7 challenged U.S.

House incumbents win
By BILL KACZOR Jacksonville, Kathy Castor
Associated Press Writer of Tampa and Suzanne
Kosmas of New Smyrna
TALLAHASSEE All Beach and Ron .Klein of
seven incumbent U.S. -Boca Raton won their
House members in Florida races. Reps. Cliff Steams of
who drew primary opposi- Ocala and Verh Buchanan
tion won their races of Sarasota, the only sitting
Tuesday, with only Rep. Republicans with primary
Allen Boyd having a close challengers, both were
call. early winners.
Also, in South Florida All of those incumbents
state Sen. Federica Wilson also are facing general elec-
of Miami Gardens defeated tion opposition.
eight Democratic oppo- At least a half-dozen tea
nents including four candi- party activists were on the
dates running to become primary ballot but all lost or
the first Haitian-American were losing.
elected to Congress. Several primary races
In central Florida's 8th attracted multiple candi-
District, former Florida dates, .none more than in
House Speaker and ex- the 17th District, where the
Senate Majority Leader four Haitian-American can-
Daniel Webster won a didates were trying to make
seven-way race for the history.
Republican nomination and Haitiafi-American physi-
a chance in November to cian Rudy Moise of North
unseat outspoken freshman Miami came in second to
Rep. Alan Grayson. The Wilson. The other Haitian-
Orlando Democrat, unop- American candidates were
posed in the primary, is one state Rep. Yolly Roberson
of the GOP's top targets and her ex-husband, former
nationally. Rep. Phillip Brutus, and
Boyd, also on the GOP women's activist Marleine
hit list in the Panhandle's Bastien of Miami.
2nd District, won by just The crowded field sought
under three percentage tle seat being giveih up by
points with 98. percent of Rep. Kendrick Meek of
the expected votes counted Miami, who won the
in his primary race against Democratic primary the
Florida Senate Democratic U.S. Senate. Others run-
Leader Al Lawson of ning included Miami
Tallahassee. Panama City Gardens Mayor. Shirley
funeral home owner Steve Gibson and state Rep.
Southerland defeated four James Bush.
other Republicans and will No Republican is run-
take on Boyd, a seven-term ning, but independent
veteran from Monticello, in Roderick Vereen, a Miami
November. lawyer, will oppose the
Incumbent Democratic Democratic nominee in
'Reps. Corrine Brown of' November.



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BY CHRISTINE ARMARIO
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
MIAMI- Florida joined eight
other states and the District of
Columbia Tuesday in winning the
second round the Department of
Education's "Race to the Top" com-
petition, which has spurred a wave of
education reform across the country.
The 10 applicants have been chosen
along with two first-round winners for
grants totaling about $4.35 billion.
Florida's education leaders stated
in their application that they want to
use the funds to double the percent-
age of incoming high school fresh-
men who graduate and go on to col-
lege. They also want cut the achieve-
ment gap in half by 2015 and increase
the percentage of students scoring at
or above proficient on the National
Assessment of Education Progress.
Florida 'will be awarded up to $700
million to accomplish those goals.
"Florida's students, teachers and
schools won a great victory today,"
Gov. Charlie Crist said.
Florida applied for the first round
of the competition and was named a
finalist, but only Delaware and
Tennessee were given initial grants.
About $3.4 billion remained for the
second-round winners.
The other winners announced by
the Education' Department Tuesday
are Georgia, Hawaii, Massachusetts,,
Maryland, New York, North
Carolina, Ohio, Rhode' Island and
Washington, D.C.


"These states show what is possible
when adults come together to do the
right thing for children," U.S.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan
said. "Every state that applied
showed a tremendous amount of
leadership and a bold commitment to
education reform."
Florida's plan call for making sure
teachers are well chosen, trained and
held accountable for student achieve-
ment. The state's .application said
teachers will be expected to provide a
"culture of rigor" for students and
work to improve their practice, by
data analysis and peer collaboration.
"With this critical funding secured
we will be able to accelerate the aca-
demic progress of our students, pro-
vide assistance to our low performing
schools and develop a system that
properly recognizes and rewards our
hardest working teachers," Education
Commissioner Eric Smith said.
In its first round, unions in only.
five districts supported the state's
application, which linked teacher pay
to student test scores. In the second
round, Gov. Charlie Crist pulled
together a working group consistent
of union, local and state school lead-
ers, in the end achieving a broad con-
sensus of support.
"This award means the outstanding
collaboration in Florida has been rec-'
ognized," U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor, D-
Tampa, said, adding that the award,
coupled with $555 million from'an
education jobs bill approved by
Congress, "will help our financially


struggling schools districts offer a
quality education for Florida chil-
dren."
The Race to the Top program has
been a game changer in education,
with states embarking on ambitious
reforms that lifted caps on charter
schools and created new teacher eval-
uations in hopes of boosting their
chance of receiving funds. A majori-
ty, including Florida, also approved
adoption of Common Core standards,
the set of uniform reading and math
benchmarks created by a coalition of
state leaders.
"Competition is something we
haven't had in the school system, in
terms of competing for dollars,"
Andy Ford, president of the Florida
Education Association, the statewide
teacher's union said. "The federal
involvement in education has been.on
a formula basis, and this is a whole
new way of thinking."
Wayne Blanton, executive director
of the Florida Association of School
Boards, noted that $700 million
spread out over four years is not
much in a .state that spends $20 bil-
lion a year on K-12 education.
"It will have a small economic
effect and a huge policy effect," he
said.
Blanton said that there will likely
be tough negotiating in the weeks
ahead, as states complete agreements
with their local unions on the details
of their plans.
"Now comes the tough part," he
said.


Suspects

still at large
STAFF REPORT
Two people were report-
edly confronted by a pair
of robbers at Spring Creek
Park on Monday night,
according to a press
release from the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office.
One of the victims was
allegedly assaulted at
knifepoint, while the other
escaped and called for
help. The victims reported
that two white men
attacked them around 9:15
p.m. near the water's edge
at the park, demanding
money and jewelry.
The two robbers took
money and some personal
effects, including a cell


phone.
One man was held at
knifepoint and forced to
return to his vehicle,
which was parked nearby.
The other ranw away and
called for help from a
nearby pay phone.
The victims described
one of the assailants as
heavy-set with a receding
hairline.
The victims also said
their attackers were possi-
bly traveling in a dark
green 1990s model
extended cab Ford Ranger,
which was last seen head-
ed east on U.S. Highway
90.
Anyone with informa-
tion in the case is asked to
call the sheriff's office at
482-9624, their local law
enforcement agency, or
CrimeStoppers. at 526-
5000.


Driver in prison transport accident missing


Feared dead
STAFF REPORT
One man is presumed
dead after a private prison-
er transport van hit a F-350
work truck on State Road
20 in Washington County
early Tuesday morning.
The United States Group
7 Protective Services van
was traveling east on the
Olan Rex Ferguson Bridge


report from the Florida
Highway Patrol.
The preliminary investi-
gation indicates the trans-
port van crossed the center-
line hitting the left side of
the F-350, which was trav-
eling west. .
The van then reportedly
hit the bridge, railing, and
the driver was ejected into
the Choctawhatchee River.
The driver, a USG7
employee, is presumed to
be fatally injured, accord-


according to the report.
Pauline Jacques of
Harmony, another USG7
employee, was in the pas-
senger seat of the van. She
had minor injuries and was
the only person involved in
the accident wearing a seat-
belt.
The other prisoners in
the van were Alisha L.
Jackson, 20, and Angela D.
Goddard, 33, both of
Florida. They were taken to
Bay Medical Center with


Rolando Brown and Ariane
Andrews, all of Vernon,
had no injuries.
Multiple agencies assist-
ed in the effort to locate the
driver of the van.
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office dive team
was assisting with the
recovery, according to an
official from the sheriff's
office.
By approximately 5 p.m.
Tuesday, the driver of the
van had not been located.


over the Choctawhatchee ing to the report. minor injuries. The search was suspended -
River transporting two pris- The driver of the van has The driver of the truck, until Wednesday morning
owners at about 5:30 a.m., not been named pending Boris D. Peterson, and the at 8 a.m., according to the
according to the accident notification of next of kin, passengers in the truck, report.


Man arrested for using counterfeit bill PoFolks
STAFF REPORT charged with utter- Sneads Police same foodmartin Sneads. Hearty, Homestyle Cooking


A Sneads man
was arrested
Monday for alleged-
ly using a counter-,
feit $20 bill at Lake
Side Foodmart in
Sneads.
Jason Schofield,
24, of 1700 Sinai
Road in Sneads


i- ng a forged instru-
Sment or counterfeit
? .m, bill.
Schofield was
allegedly captured
on video using the
counterfeit bill. The
Jason bill was "obviously
Schofield fake and of a poor
quality," according
was to a complaint filed by the


Department.
"The defendant is
involved and associated
with known local co-
defendants involved in
counterfeit money, mak-
ing," the complaint stated.
James David Carter of
Sneads was arrested on
Aug. 12 for allegedly using
a counterfeit bill at the


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One man
is facing
charges after
an incident in
S a the wooded
area between
Ronnie Wal-Mart
Bogle and the Pilot
store in
Marianna Monday after-
noon.
Ronnie Bogle, 41, of no
fixed address, was charged
with aggravated battery with
a deadly weapon and strong
armed robbery.
Jackson County Sheriff's
Office deputies were dis-
patched to the wooded area
in reference to a physical
disturbance with injuries,
according to a complaint
filed by the sheriff's office.
The suspect was detained
by witnesses while the
authorities were contacted.
When a deputy arrived, he
observed a victim lying on
the ground with several cuts
on his face. The victim
appeared to be unconscious,
according to the report.
The deputy was advised
that Bogle was attempting to
flee the area. According to
the report, Bogle saw the
deputy and began to walk
away with his hand in his
pockets.
Bogle was ordered to
show his hands. The deputy
had to draw his Taser to get
Bogle to comply, according
to the report.
The victim and another
man told the deputy that
Bogle approached them in
the wooded area and
allegedly pulled out a large
sick and hit the two men
several times, knocking one
of the men unconscious.
Bogle allegedly took $100
cash and several miscella-
neous items from the uncon-
scious victim's pockets.
Both victims were trans-


ported to the emergency
room due to injuries sus-
tained in the attack, accord-
ing to the report.
Witnesses confirmed the


victims stories.
Bogle was transported to
the Jackson County
Correctional Facility to
await first appearance.


Man charged with grand theft, burglary
STAFF REPORT

A Marianna resident was charged
for allegedly taking items out of a
box truck Monday evening.
Mark Jacks, 43, of 3579 Moore
Road in Marianna, was charged with
burglary and grand theft.
The victim told a Jackson County Mark
Sheriff's Office deputy that Jacks acks
entered the man's truck without per-
mission and took an exercise machine, four bed rails
and four pieces of mail, according to a complaint filed
by the sheriff's office.
The items were valued at $300 or more, according
to the complaint.
Jacks admitted to entering the truck and taking the
property without authorization in a statement to sher-
iff's office officials, according to the report.


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JACKSON COUNTY ELECTION RESULTS


Marco Rubio
William Billy Kogut
William Escoffrey III


U.S. Senator


Democrat


Glenn A. Burkett
Jeff Greene
Kendrick B. Meek
Maurice A. Ferre


793 (13.74%)
2931 (50.78%)
1875 (32.48%)
173(3%)


2063 (82.88%)
256 (10.29%
170 (6.83%)


Congress


Republican


Barbara F. Olschner
David Scholl
Eddie Hendry
Ron McNeil
Steve Southerland


161 (6.41%)
931 (37.09%)
127 (5.06%)
293 (11.67%)
998 (39.76%)


Al Lawson
Allen Boyd


Democrat
3035 (52.09%)
2792 (47.91%)


Governor & Lieutenant Governor


Republican


Bill McCollum
Mike McCalister
Rick Scott


914 (36.13%)
'312 (12.33%)
1304 (51.54%)


Democrat


Alex Sink
Brian P. Moore


3366 (63.05%)
1973 (36.95%)


Attorney General


Republican


Holly Benson
Jeff Kottkamp
Pam Bondi


990 (40.76%)
878 (36.15%)
561 (23.10%)


Democrat


Dan Gelber
Dave Aronberg


2785 (54.04%)
2369 (45.96%)


State Senator
Democrat


Bill .Montford
Curtis Richardson


3530 (62.24%)
2142 (37.76%)


Circuit Judge
Non-partisan


Mike Reiter
Pete Mallory


3773 (47.0%)
4239 (52.9%)


Edward Crutchfield
Hoiward J. Glass


School Board District 5
Non-partisan


Charlotte M. Gardner
Holt Floyd


1,588 (70.0%)
679 (29.9%)


Democrat
Jeremy D. Branch
Wesley Kutchey
William Nelson


Incum bents Cointinued From Page 1A

Nichols were returned to office 27,712 registered voters casts ballots. whether the voters who cast them were
unopposed. There were 21 provisional ballots properly registered.
The voter turnout in Jackson County left to be counted later this week. The Those ballots will be counted
was 31.7 percent, with 8,793 of the ballots must be checked to determine Thursday at 3 p.m.


Jacob Continued From Page 1A

trouble. found their faucets running dry just crisis, to serve customers until the
He said crews were working late before 8 p.m. on a Saturday night. old motor could be repaired or
Tuesday to either put in another Henderson said at the time the* replaced. .
pump, or otherwise solve the prob- problem in that instance was also a : In the February outage, residents
lem. malfunctioning motor which pow- were on a "boil water" notice for
This is not the first time Jacob cit- ered the pump. some time after the water began
izens have faced the problem this It was replaced then with a used flowing again.
year. motor, the one which malfunctioned The notice was issued in order to
In late February, they were with- this time. allow time for water tests to deter-
out water for three days.. In that case, The city installed a. temporary mine whether contaminants entered
all 84 households on the system motor on the third day of the first the system when pressure was lost.


Road Continued From Page 1A


and slopes in the middle,
which basically makes it a
lake when it rains, she said.
Another resident of the
complex who uses a power
wheelchair can't walk at all.
War Eagle thought about
trying an alternative route
on Old Cottondale Road,
but she learned even the
shuttle had trouble going
that way because that road
is under construction too.
The problem has gotten
worse in the last two weeks
when crews dug up more
dirt and then piled it along
the road where the residents
had been used to walking.
"They don't think, about
anyone trying to get
through," she said.
War Eagle said she is fine
with inconvenience 'due to
the improvements, but she
feels this has gone beyond
inconvenience.
'"Being totally inconsid-
erate of the neighborhood is
another thing," she said.
War Eagle is the CEO
and clan mother of a non-


Sunny War Eagle points out a bad stretch on the road
near her home in Marianna. Mark Skinner / Floridan


profit organization called
Earthbridge. It is an
American Indian spiritual
organization, mainly for
prison inmates. She is a
trained counselor and cor-
responds frequently with
inmates.
Her work requires fre-
quent trips to the post office
because she uses a post
office box and conducts
other business at the post
office. Her trips have been


limited because of the state
of the road.
This is not the first time
War Eagle has had prob-
lems with the roads and
wheelchair use.
Last summer, a rail was
replaced on the track at the
Milton Avenue crossing
and big gaps were left. One
resident's wheel on his
wheelchair broke,' and
another resident tipped over
when trying to cross, War


Eagle said.
The wheelchairs have
small wheels and the batter-
ies are close to the ground,
which made it impossible
to cross the tracks. Cars
were even having a difficult
time at the crossing, she
said.
Eventually, the county
put pressure on the railroad
to fix the problem and the
gaps were filled with tar,
she said.
The City of Marianna is
working on the water lines
on Milton Avenue, but it's
actually a county main-
tained road and the county
will do the resurfacing,
according to City Manager
Jim Dean.
Dean said he hasn't heard
any questions or concerns
about this section of Milton
Avenue, but said if it's cre-
ating a problem, people can
call the city and let them
know.
For now, he will have
someone take a look at the
area, Dean said.


House fire leaves

Malone family homeless


STAFF REPORT'
Homes in Jackson and
Holmes counties sustained,
major damage Tuesday after-
noon in two separate fires.
There are, no reported
injuries in either fire, accord-
ing to a press release from
the Central Panhandle
Chapter of the American Red
Cross.
The first fire was' in
Malone at 5363 15th St. A
single mother and seven chil-
dren were in the home when


the fire began.
The second fire was in
Esto at 1399 George Johnson
Road.
Holmes County Red Cross
volunteers were still in the
field Tuesday night, and
information on the family
affected by the Esto fire was
not yet available, according
to the release.
Red Cross volunteers are
now working with the fami-
lies to provide temporary
lodging, clothes and food,
according to the release.


Skate Continued From Page 1A


They convinced the town
council it was a worthy
project. And there just hap-
pened to b money coming
their way which could be
used for the purpose.
The city had applied for
and was awarded a
$135,000 recreation .grant
through the Florida
Department of
Environmental Protection.
The majority of that
amount, about $90,000, is
being spent on the skate
park. The rest will will be
used to ,renovated rest-
rooms and concessions in
the main park.
Raley said he and other
skateboarders are more
than grateful that the town's
leadership listened to them
and acted on the wishes of
some of the youngest citi-
zens.
"We're ecstatic to have
anything here, and it's
beyond anything we could
have hoped for," Raley
said. "It's kind of a small
skate park, but it's some-
thing we can maybe add
onto in the future.
"Right now, we're thank-


ful for what we have. It has
several elements to it, and
we see this as a great
opportunity for the kids
who arenUt into the organ-
ized sports like baseball,
football or basketball. It's
great to have those things,
but what about the people
who don't necessarily get
into that? We needed some-
thing, too, and it's just
another alternative for kids,
a place they can go and
have fun instead of roaming
around and getting in trou-
ble." -
Raley said he and his
group of skater friends are
at the park almost every
day now. He'd like to
organize a competition .that
could be a fundraiser to
help maintain the skate
park, and maybe one day
add lighting.
Right now, the park clos-
es near dusk, and Raley
would like to see it open for
night skating.
In the meantime, he said,
he's counting his blessings
and thanks the city for mak-
ing the long-held dream
come true.


Blue Springs has record-breaking season


OBITUARIES


Open for two

more weekends

STAFF REPORT

Blue Springs park in Marianna has
already had a record-breaking season,
and is still open for two more week-
ends.
The park will close out the 2010
season on Labor Day. It will be open
Aug. 28 and 29, and Sept. 4, 5 and 6.
Last year, 34,223 people visited the
park. This year, nearly 37,000 have
visited so far, according to Jackson
County Parks and Recreation
Director Chuck Hatcher.
Hatcher attributes the increase in
attendance to good management,
high gas prices and the oil spill in the
Gulf. But he thinks the number one
reason is pretty simple.
"It's just becoming more popular,"


J --,.

Tasha Duke gives her daughter Shyanne Manning a quick kiss on the
cheek after she went down the children's water slide by herself at Blue
Springs Recreation Area. Mark Skinner / Floridan
Hatcher said. throughout Florida, Alabama and
The park sees visitors from Georgia.


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4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
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Bazzie Lou
Holloway

Bazzie Lou Holloway, 85,
of Marianna passed away
Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2010, at
the home of her daughter,
Nancy Brenda Hampton, in
Montgomery, Ala.
. Arrangements will be an-
nounced by James & Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel.


Scott gets GOP nomination for Fla. governor


BY MITCH STACY AND
MIKE SCHNEIDER
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS

FORT LAUDERDALE Wealthy
political newcomer Rick Scott, who
spent more than $38 million of his own
money on an aggressive TV campaign,
won the Republican nomination for
Florida governor Tuesday over long-
time politician Bill McCollum.
Scott, who overcame repeated ques-
tions about a massive Medicare and
Medicare fraud scandal during the time
he was CEO of the Columbia/HCA
hospital corporation, sold himself to
Florida GOP voters as a "conservative
outsider" and ran scores of commercials
depicting McCollum, the state attorney


general, as an ineffective career politi-
cian desperate to hold onto public
office. With 92 percent of the votes
counted, Scott had 47 percent of the
vote to McCollum's 43. The third GOP
candidate, Mike McCalister, got 10 per-
cent. McCollum, a former congressman
who twice ran unsuccessfully for the
U.S. Senate, faltered despite numerous
endorsements and wide support among
the state's Republican establishment,
including former Gov. Jeb Bush.
'This has been a tough, grueling bat-
tle all the, way through," McCollum said
late Tuesday, refusing to concede.
Scott's antiestablishment message
resounded with many'voters dissatisfied
with business-as-usual government. He
promised to create jobs and run state


government like an efficient business,
cutting costs and services to balance the
budget. He proposed cutting corporate
taxes, easing regulations and taking
other steps to attract new business to
Florida. The candidates' nasty attacks
on one another during the campaign -
including in two televised debates -
tended to overshadow the issues.
McCollum hammered Scott repeatedly
for his leadership of Columbia/HCA,
which ended up paying $1.7 billion to
settle the criminal charges of Medicare
and Medicaid fraud. Scott, who was
forced out as CEO by his board amid
the government investigation in 1997,
has said repeatedly that he didn't know
about any criminal activity and was
never charged.
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3960 Lafayette St.
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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.
The memorial service for
Mrs. Hughes will be Wed-


nesday, Aug. 25, at 4 p.m.
in the First United Method-
ist Church of Marianna,
Judd and Libba Stinson of-
ficiating.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements..
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059

Ronald M.
Pillick

SMr. Ronald M. Pillick, 73,
of Marianna passed away
Monday, Aug. 23, 2010, at
his residence.
Mr. Pillick was born Jan.
29, 1937, in Pittsburgh to
the late Albert and Marie
Pillick. Mr. Pillick spent
most of his life in Jackson
County, where he worked
for the Jackson County
School Recycling Program.
The service for Mr. Pillick
is 10 a.m. Thursday, Aug.
26, in the Sunland United
Chapel, Chaplin Ruth
Moore officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in the Riv-
erside Cemetery.
A time of remembrance
will be held one hour prior
to the service.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
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with jamboree in Quincy
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Cottondale Hornets will face live action for
the first time this fall when they take the field for a
three-way jamboree in Quincy on Friday.
The Hornets will play St. Francis Catholic in the
first half of play, then take on the Munroe Bobcats
in the second half.
It's the kind of game that every high school team
looks forward to after a grueling fall camp.
"The kids are getting tired of beating on each
other this time of the year," Cottondale coach Mike
Melvin said. "They're ready to suit up and go
against somebody else."
Melvin said fall practice has gone well, but the
long days in the sweltering heat have been difficult
,to manage.
"It has been exceptionally hot. (Monday) was
really tough. We gave a lot of water breaks to try to
get through it, but it's tough out here right now,"
the coach said, noting the heat hasn't limited his
team's workload, just tested its resolve.
"We're getting stuff done, we're just having to
fight through it. Game time is here for us, so we've
got to toughen up through this stuff," he said.
See START, Page 2B >



-~a-~ ~u.


A Cottondale football player (45) runs with the football during a drill while Hornets head coach Mike Melvin looks on
during a fall football practice last week in Cottondale. The Hornets will face off against live competition for the first time
this season when they travel to Quincy to play a three-way jamboree with Munroe and St. Francis Catholic. The Hornets
will play Munroe in the first half, then take on St. Francis in the second half of play. Mark Skinner/Floridan


0. Bowden: I was pushed out


iviarsll swim team


Pictured are members of the Marianna Marlins Swim Team. The team recently concluded its sea-
son, finishing as the top-ranked team in Jackson County, and finishing second in district com-
petition. Contributed Photo ,


BY RALPH D. RUSSO
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK Bobby
Bowden did not want to retire.'
"Fired might
'be a little too
strong," the for-
mer Florida
State coach said
Tuesday in an
interview with
The Associated
Press. "Pushed
out ain't bad. I
was pushed out,
no doubt about Bobby
it. I didn't want Bowden
but one more
year. Gosh, I'm 80."
Bowden retired at least
technically after Florida State
went 7-6 last season, the third
time in the last five seasons thq
Seminoles barely broke .500.
The coach doesn't act bitter,
but he wants to make sure the
record is straight.
"I didn't want them to spread


the story that I voluntarily, happi-
ly resigned," said Bowden, who
was in New York to begin a pro-
motional tour for his new book,
"Called to Coach."
The affable Alabama native
rolled up 389 victories (though
12 were vacated by the NCAA),
second behind Joe Paterno in
major college football in a 44-
year head coaching career.
In 34 seasons at Florida State,
Bowden won two national titles
and engineered one of the most
successful runs in the history of
college football.
But Florida State went 38-28 in
his last five seasons and the board
of trustees' and then-university
president T.K. Wetherell thought
after last season it was time for a
change.
Bowden said Wetherell pre-
sented him with two alternatives.
"Number one, you can stay as
ambassador coach. I don't think
I've ever heard of an ambassador
coach in my life. I said, 'Well,
See BOWDEN, Page 2B >


Morris expects improvement from young Buccaneers


Y LFRED GOODALL
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
TAMPA The youngest
coach in the NFL isn't bothered
by the perception that the Tampa
Bay Buccaneers are in for anoth-
er long season.
Raheem Morris looks past last
season's 3-13 finish, an inexperi-
enced young quarterback and a
shortage of proven playmakers
on offense and defense and
insists there's no reason his team
isn't capable of contending for a
playoff berth in year two of a
rebuilding project.
"You'll never hear me use
youth as an excuse," said Morris,
who turns 34 on Sept. 3. "We
should win games."
The Bucs had one of the most
youthful rosters in the league in
2009. They figure to be even
greener this fall, with the club's
first six draft picks defensive
tackles Gerald McCoy and Brian
Price, receivers Arrelious Benn
and Mike Williams, cornerback
Myron Lewis and punter Brent
Bowden expected to con-
tribute right away.
Throw in the fact that second-
year quarterback Josh Freeman
has only made nine pro starts,
and there isn't a wide receiver on
the roster who had more than 31
catches last season, it's not diffi-
cult to understand why few peo-
ple outside the Tampa Bay locks
er room think much of the
prospects for a turnaround.
"Last year doesn't matter right
now. We're 0-0," Morris said,
adding that dwelling on 2009
does about as much good as
pointing out the 2002 Bucs won
the Super Bowl.


"You can't go back and dig up
a championship, just like you
can't dig up a bad season. The
message that I give these guys is
we're getting ready to get in the
starting blocks ... and it's a race
to 10 wins for the whple league.
Once you get there, you give
yourself a chance to get into
postseason play."
Missing the playoffs the past
two seasons not only sparked an
overhaul of the roster, but it also
has taken a toll on the franchise
off the field. Season ticket sales
have declined dramatically, and
'for the first time since Raymond
James Stadium opened in 1998,
there's a good chance that most
- if not all of the club's
home games will be blacked out
on local television.
Morris replaced Jon Gruden
after one of the biggest collapses
in NFL history. Following a 9-3
start that had them atop the NFC
South, the Bucs lost the last four
games of'2008 to miss the play-
offs and start a skid that would
grow to 11 games before the
team would get its first victory
underMorris.
Last season seemed doomed
from the start. Morris fired
offensive coordinator Jeff
Jagodzinski the final week of the
preseason and cast aside defen-
sive coordinator Jim Bates after
a 1-9 start. With Morris taking
over the defense in practice and
calling plays on game day, the
Bucs improved statistically and
went 2-4 over the final six
games.
Middle linebacker Barrett
Ruud expects the trend to contin-
ue now that the Bucs have had a
full offseason and training camp


Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Micheal Spurlock, left, cel-
ebrates with teammates Reggie Brown (15), Chris Pressley (45)
and John Gilmore, right, after scoring on a touchdown pass from
quarterback Josh Johnson during a preseason game against the
Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday in Tampa. Brian
Blanco/Associated Press


to get familiar with the changes
implemented by Morris, whose
system is a variation of the
Tampa 2 scheme the Bucs
played while ranking among the
best defenses in the league for
more than a decade.
"It's night and day, I think. We
all know what we're supposed to
be doing," Ruud said. "We all
are kind of playing to our
strengths this year. We all know
where we need to be on the field,
and guys are getting a chance to
make plays."
Morris expects players to be
more comfortable on offense,
too. Offensive coordinator Greg
T


Olson replaced Jagodzinski last
year, but not haS had a chance to
install his entire system.
"There's no pad they hand you
and say this is the way you go as
a head coach. You have to go out
there and find your niche. You
come in with your thoughts on
how you want to do it," said
Morris, who took over as head
coach less than a month after
Gruden had promoted him from
coaching the secondary to defen-
sive coordinator.
"You do what you think is
right at the time and then if it's
See BUCS, Page 2B >


Nationals place

Strasburg on DL
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
WASHINGTON As expect-
ed, the Washington Nationals put
rookie pitcher. Stephen Strasburg
back on the 15-day disabled list
Tuesday and scheduled him for a
further test this week on his
strained right forearm.
t Strasburg was on the disabled
list earlier this month with tight-
ness in his right shoulder.
This is his first season in the
majors after being the overall No.
1 pick in the 2009 draft.
The Nationals aren't sure when
he will pitch again.
He will undergo an magnetic
resonance imaging arthrogram,
where dye is injected into the arm
to show contrast, on Thursday.
The Nationals called up right-
hander Collin Balester from
Triple-A Syracuse. Washington
manager Jim Riggleman said
Balester would be used out of the
bullpen.
Balester's stay could be a short
one, however.
The Nationals have not
announced who will take
Strasburg's scheduled start
Thursday, and Balester could be
sent back to the minors to make
room for another pitcher.
Right-hander Jordan
Zimmermann, sent to Syracuse
on Aug. 1 after a minor league
rehabilitation assignment follow-
ing ligament replacement surgery
performed in August 2009, could
be recalled to make the start.
Riggleman said he had settled
on a Thursday starter but would
not announce his decision until
the official roster move was
made.


Hurricanes'
hopes rest on
Jacory Harris



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2B 'Wednesday, August 25, 2010 Jackson County Floridan


www.JCFLORIDAN.com


Malone Soccer
The third signup for
Malone City Soccer
League will be Saturday
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 Thursday 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
football games, as well
as an invitation .to tail-
gate, under the, Bulldog
Barn in the South
Endzone before varsity
games. Those interested
can contact Club treasur-
er 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 information.



Bucs
Continued From Page 1B

not, you make changes.
Those were growing pains.
I wanted to make this year
better,, and I believe that's
what we've done."
Freeman, the third quar-
terback selected in the 2009
draft behind Matthew
Stafford and Mark Sanchez,
made his first start in the
eighth game and went 3-6
the rest of the way.
Two of the three wins
came against playoff teams
- Green Bay at home and
eventual Super Bowl cham-
pion New Orleans on the
road.
The quarterback's statis-
tics weren't great 54.5
percent completion percent-
age, 10 touchdown passes,
18 interceptions and 20
sacks but Morris was
encouraged by .consecutive
victories over Seattle and
the Saints in December and
felt Freeman played well
enough to give the Bucs a
shot at winning seven of the
rookie's nine starts.


This year's draft was
geared' to finding help for
the 22-year-old, whether it
was adding playmakers on
offense or improving the
defense in hopes of giving
Freeman more opportuni-
ties to get the ball into the
end zone.
McCoy and Price were
taken in the first two rounds
to bolster the defensive line.
Benn (second round) and
Williams (fourth round) are
receivers Morris and gener-
al manager Mark Dominik.
envision growing with
Free an.


young enough to make Byrd's
point.
Starting 3-1 last season turned
Miami into a bunch of rock stars,
and their quarterback --part of
football royalty in South Florida,
simply by being a local kid who
became the starter at Quarterback
U was the bandleader. So he
started pressing, trying to do too
much, forcing passes that weren't
there. In other words, too much
J12, not enough Jacory. -
"I'm better suited to deal with it
all. now," Harris said. "The
Heisman, it's just a great-feeling to
have your name mentioned. Of
course you want to win it, but at
the same time, you,have a team
that you have to help win. You
can't win the Heisman if your team
isn't winning. I think Tim Tebow
did it when they went 8-4. But it
usually doesn't happen like that.
You've got to have a championship
team."
To have that, you've got to have
a quarterback; In J12 they trust.


BY TIM REYNOLDS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

CORAL GABLES Miami
quarterback Jacory Harris is a
quiet person by nature. Not flam-
boyant. Doesn't strive to be the life
of the party. Sort of an introvert,
really.
And then there's J12.
"Total opposite," Harris said.
College football, meet J12.
Harris' alter ego. Miami's game-
day leader. And the unquestioned
key to the Hurricanes' hopes in
2010.
When 13th-ranked Miami opens
its season Sept. 2 against Florida
A&M, all eyes will be on No. 12
when the Hurricanes' offense takes
the field.
After throwing for 3,352 yards
and 24 touchdowns in his first sea-
son as a starter, the 195-pound jun-
ior knows he can be among the
elite in the Atlantic Coast
Conference.
Now it's time, he says, for both


defeat that doomed the Hurricanes'
ACC hopes.
No, in Harris' mild, his biggest
mistake might have come early in
the season.
When Miami defied oddsmakers
and pundits to beat .Oklahoma,
Florida State and Georgia Tech in
the first month of the 2009 cam-
paign, Harris-for-Heisman talk
was all the rage.
And he bought into it, too, espe-
cially after a tongue-in-cheek com-
ment he made to a radio show
about planning to wear a pink suit
to the Heisman presentation took
on a life ofIts own.
The pink suit never appeared.
Harris didn't last in the Heisman
race. And the 'Canes sputtered,
going 4-3 in their last seven games.
"When you get a lot of acco-'
lades, of course it's going to get to
your head," wide receiver LaRon
Byrd said. "We're all teenagers.
We're all humans' at the end of the
day. We know that now."
They're not all teenagers, but


he and Miami to take a big step
forward.
That's where J12 what he
calls himself comes into play.
"I'd say J12 is the guy who's
completely confident about every-
thing and has fun, loosens up when
he gets on the field," Harris said in
an interview with The Associated
Press. "On the field, in the huddle,
that's when he comes out. Then off
the field, I'm my regular self. No
one sees J12 off the field. I never
intertwine the two."
Maybe not anymore. But the two
sort of did intertwine at. times last
year, to Harris' detriment.
Oddly enough, if Harris has one
regret from 2009, it wouldn't stem
from any of the 1,7 interceptions -
second-most in major college foot-
ball.
He was picked off three times in
a loss to Clemson, stunning for the
fact that Miami wasted seven leads
in the game. And three weeks later,
Harris threw four more intercep-
tions in a loss to North Carolina, a


most difficult things he had to do in
his seven years as Florida State pres-
ident. He stepped .down after last
school year.
While Bowden was not allowed to
end his career on his own terms, he
insists he doesn't miss coaching.
Sure, he'd like to see the players
and his assistants.
But not having to worry about
wins and losses, players' grades or
receiving those late night phone calls
about a one of his kids getting in
trouble, he said he's happier without
that.
Bowden has been. keeping busy, '
traveling mostly around the South
and speaking to churches about his
Christian faith. His speaking engage-
ments have also taken him to Brazil
and Billings, Mont., for the first time.
He also took a vacation with his
wife, Ann, to Israel.
In Tallahassee, however, he's
keeping a low-profile. He's spending
much of his time at a house he owns
in Panama City.
"I love Florida State," he said. "I'll
be pulling for them. Ill be pulling for
Jimbo. I didn't want to sit there and
be looking over his shoulder.
"People have to make the transi-
tion from me to him."


'"Talking about it being hot
doesn't help. We all know it's
hot, we just don't talk about it."
As for the Hornets' oppo-
nents Friday, Melvin said he
wasn't that familiar' with the
personnel of either.
However, the coach said
Munroe displayed a wide-open
passing game in their spring
jamboree against Maclay, while
he has ,heard St. Francis pos-
sesses a strong running attack.
The disparity in styles should
give the Hornets a nice presea-
son test. Melvin said his main
objective was to get a good
look at all of his players on
film.
"Really, we're just going to
try to get everybody in," he
said. "In the spring game, we
got everybody in and got some
good tape on them. Now, we
just want to see how the players
have progressed."
The Hornets fell to the
Holmes County Blue Devils
35-12 in their spring jamboree
back in May.,
Cottondale opens the regular
season on Sept. 2 against
Marianna at home. Melvin said


that his team won't show any
major wrinkles'on Friday in
advance of the games that real-
ly count.
"It's going to be pretty much
just base stuff. We're not going
over there with a. wide open
playbook on -eithier side," the
coach said. "We want to see a
lot of guys in the game to see
what they can do. We'll do base
stuff, anid just see if we can exe-
cute it."
The Hornets are coming off
of a difficult season in which
they went 1-8.
To make an improvement
this season, Cottondale will
have to accomplish things
Melvin said he hopes to see on
Friday night.
"I just want to see us do the
simple stuff well," the coach
said. "I want us to eliminate
mental mistakes, stupid penal-
ties, that kind of stuff.
"We've pretty much got all
of the positional stuff settled in.
Now, it's just about guys that
fighting to earn some playing
time. A game like this is where
they can do that."
The game kicks off at 6 p.m.


what is an ambassador coach?'
"He said, 'Well, you can remain
the head coach but. you can't coach
out on the field.'. Now how can I be
the head coach of this team if I can't
go out on the field? So I said, 'Well,
that's out.'
"So I said, 'What's the next alter-
native?' The next alternative, we
ain't'going to renew your contract,"
Bowden said with a big laugh. "Does
that sound like I resigned?"
When Bowden was an assistant,
coach at Florida State in the 1960s,
he coached Wetherell and .got to
know his family. .
"He and I were pretty close,"
Bowden said. "I thought I was safe."
Bowden said his relationship with
Wetherell has likely been irreparably
damaged.
"I doubt if.I'll have a relationship
with T.K. anymore," he said.
Wetherell acknowledged that ulti-
mately it was his decision to remove
Bowden and let Jimbo Fisher, who
had already been designated
Bowden's successor, take over in
2010.
"Of course I made the decision,
who else could have?" Wetherell told.
the AP.
Wetherell added it was one of the


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BY FEDERICO QUILODRAN
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
COPIAPO, Chile -
Each of the 33 miners
trapped a half-mile under-
ground lived on two spoon-
fuls of tuna, a sip of milk, a
bite of crackers and a
morsel of peaches. Every
other day.
They were so careful in
eating what was supposed
to be a two-day emergency
supply that when the. out-
side world finally reached
them 17 days after a mine
collapse, they still had
some food left.
The discipline the men
have already shown will be
essential during the four
months it may take res-
cuers to dig a hole wide
enough to get them out of
their shelter. The first com-
munications with the
trapped miners, now able to
talk through a fixed line
with their rescuers above
show how determined
they have been to stay
alive.
"We heard them with
such strength, such spirit,
which is a reflection of
what for them has been a
.gigantic fortitude and a
very well organized effort,"
Mining Minister Laurence
Golborne said Tuesday
after talking with the min-
ers at length the night
before through an intercom
system lowered into their
underground refuge. "The
way that they have rationed
the food, just as they've
performed throughout this
crisis, is an example for all
of us."
The miners were plunged
into darkness by the Aug. 5
collapse of the main shaft
of a gold and silver mine
that runs like a corkscrew
for more than four miles (7
kilometers) under .a barren
mountain in northern
Chile's Atacama desert.
They gained contact with
the outside world Sunday
when rescuers drilled a nar-
row bore-hole down to
their living-room-sized
shelter after seven failed
attempts.
"It's been like a heart


Lilianette Ramirez, wife of miner Mario Gomez, holds
the first letter retrieved from her husband who is
trapped in the collapsed San Jose mine in Copiapo,
Chile Tuesday. Thirty-three miners, who have been
trapped since the shaft they were working in collapsed
on Aug. 5, were confirmed to be alive Sunday. AP
Photo/Roberto Candia


that's breaking, but we're
thankful they're all alive,"
bore-hole driller Rodrigo
Carreno told The'
Associated Press as he pre-
pared to' leave Tuesday.
"We. did everything we
could to save them, and in
the end we succeeded."
The miners said they
have honored the same
hierarchy they used on any
work shift, following the
directions of 54-year-old
shift foreman Luis Urzua.
They conserved the use
of their helmet lamps, their
Only source of light other
than a handful of vehicles
whose engines contaminate
the air supply. They fired
up a bulldozer to carve into
a natural water deposit, but
otherwise minimized using
the vehicles that contami-


nate the available air.
The miners can still
reach many chambers and
access ramps in the lower
reaches of the mine, and
have used a separate area
some distance from their
reinforced emergency
refuge as their bathroom.
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stayed in the refuge, where
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try to reach them.
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stiflingly hot and stuffy.
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breathe better air, but wan-
dering too far is risky in the
unstable mine, which hag
suffered several rock col-
lapses since the initial. acci-
dent. It's also spooky, since
headlamps can illuminate
only small areas of the vast
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ENTERTAINMENT


No right to complain


Dear Annie: My 81-year-old mother passed
away several months ago. One of her final
wishes was that my older sister and I get along.
Sis inherited Mom's house, but she lives five
hours away and didn't want it, so I purchased
the house from the estate. I have a sentimental
attachment to it, since my father built the place
and that's where we grew up. I go there on my
days off to do maintenance and upkeep.
My sister is welcome to stay there any
time. She was there for Memorial
Day and July,4th, and e-mailed that
she plans to visit for Labor Day. I
told her she is welcome, but the
house costs me nearly $400 a\ J A
month in utilities, taxes, etc., and
she should chip in something. She
relied that Mom would not want her
to 'pay to stay at the family home. She
refuses to give me anything for expenses.
It isn't the money. It's the principle. I think
$15 a day is fair. If I happen to be at the house
at the same time, I'm willing to split the cost in
half. So, Annie, What do you say? Sam in
Pittsburgh
Dear Sam: This is the equivalent of your
vacation home. Generally, when one invites a
relative to stay, one doesn't charge them for the
hospitality. However, if Sis is using the family
home as a vacation destination, meaning she
invites herself and goes when you are not there,
it is similar to a hotel and she should pay
accordingly. Her visits undoubtedly raise the
water and electric bills, so it costs you money.
We think $15 a day is a terrific deal for her, and


BRi


Our brains are wonderful. They can perform myriad tasks,
usually without complaining. But sometimes, especially at the
bridge table, they are found' wanting. The defense in this deal
from a social game in Oconomowoc, Wis., is an example.
North used Stayman, then raised to game when South showed
four hearts. If, though, South had rebid two diamonds, North
would have jumped to three hearts, the Smolen convention,
showing five spades, four hearts and at least game-forcing val-
ues. For details of this and other embellishments to simple trans-
fers, go to my Web site: www.phillipalderbridge.com.
East, knowing that his partner had led a singleton, won with
his spade'ace and returned the spade nine. Yes, West ruffed, and,
yes, West shifted safely to a diamond, but declarer won with
dummy's queen and played a trump. East won with his ace and
tried another spade, but West didn't have a trump left. South won,
drew trumps, unblocked dummy's diamond ace, ruffed a spade in
his hand, discarded dummy's low club on his diamond king, and
claimed because dummy was high.
East could see three defensive tricks, but knowing that West
had only two trumps, East should have wondered where the
fourth trick might come from. If he had, he would have noticed
the advantage in shifting to a club at trick two. In an ideal world,
after South took that trick with dummy's club ace and called for
a trump, East would win with his ace, give his partner the spade
ruff, and watch West cash the setting trick in clubs. And if West
did not have a club trick to take, the contract was impregnable.


she should not complain.
Dear Annie: My sister and her fiance have
been planning their wedding for two years.
One of their few requests is that the men in the
wedding party wear tuxedos. Our father is the
only one refusing to do so, although cost is not
an issue: He also' has made it clear he isn't
interested in. participating in a father-of-the-
bride dance, and we're not even sure he'll walk
her down the aisle.
My sister and my father have always
had a wonderful relationship, and he
approved of the wedding until he
S realized they were getting married
S "so soon." His behavior is embar-
Srassing for our entire family. I don't
...- think it's asking too much for him to
\weat a tux on such an important
S occasion. Should we just let him be
his usual "easier not to" self and
wear a suit? Tuxless in
Bettendorf, La.
Dear Tuxless: We'll grant that Dad sounds
like a spoiled brat, but forcing him to behave
like an adult will only create ill-will on the big
day. He may have some unresolved issues that
make him reluctant to participate in his daugh-
ter's wedding, so you may as well leave him
alone. We hope your sister will ask a male rel-
ative or her new father-in-law to step in for a
father-daughter dance and any other such
charming obligations that her father cannot be
bothered with.

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VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
It would be best if neither you nor
your mate react in a way that
would stir things up, just to get
what you want should a disagree-
ment arise. If you can't remain
civil, don't speak until your slow
burn is gone.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23),-
Be particularly careful not to dis-
rupt a -situation that is presently
running smoothly. If you're the
one who disassembles the mech-
anism, you'll have to take the fall.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)-
Take care that you don't come off
as being too loud or too strong in
a social situation; regardless of
how much something annoys
you. Friends will respond better to
consultation than to rudeness.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) Tyrannical reactions will
make enemies within the work-
place that aren't likely to disap-
pear in the near future. Wield your
power to gain cooperation, not to
antagonize.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) It's your prerogative to
endorse or champion an unpopu-
lar cause, but don't expect others
to easily accept your position.
Don't be angry, with others for
being independent and thinking
differently.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
- Unless you are extremely care-
ful regarding a critical, financial
matter,.you could draw the short
straw as to who would take the
loss. Do not leave anything to
chance.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- Be your normal, sweet self,
because this is not the day to take
a stance or be inflexible when
dealing with others. There is like-
ly to be someone who will react
rigidly in response.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) -
Unfortunately, if you've gone
'beyond the breaking point regard-
ing taking care of your responsi-
bilities, you may have to pay the
price. The costs will only go up
further with delay.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20)-
Trouble is on the way if you inad-
vertently promised two separate
friends who don't get along that
you would spend your free time
with them. You'll lose no matter
which one you choose.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
If anybody near and dear to you
does something that displeases
you, before responding, count to
10 or 50 in order to calm down.
You'll regret it if you fly off the
handle.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)-
It might fall to you to deal with a
temperamental friend or family
member on a certain topic or
issue that always aggravates
him/her. Remain calm regardless
of the reaction you get.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)-
Should you find business condi-
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counter Special. Has Mercury Monoco Knight'06, M2E Dothan T-top, blk w/bk int. Con red nt. 350 OBO 334-618-93int. 22Sunr alarm, am/fm, buck- Automatic, Loaded
tops hrsonmtrTrolling Save 25K or more. Airport Hangered Muscle Car 454, eng 4+3 Man trans 334-5unshade. 6-1790disc CD loadein, CDonly 5,000 airbagles, 37k mike NewA-
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Formal diningls w/trailer m, many upgrades Firewall Forwar d local auto per. team. l riouke new quCED changer.$11,545 miles. Excellent! DA $21,175 sell for


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Gheenne Camo 13' possible way to Sale. $14.500 OBO spo iler, like new 50K
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Hardwoo 22rs. Mike(334)791-0318. 33479 4E w. I', lather D ge99 Saul tenor, lehr hie
counter CARRIAGE Nissan '05 Altima 25 t Sun roof, power .Automat4o cyl seats, ABS, side
topsutrCAMEORRIG 02 BUICK '91 Lesabre, 6 Corvette 88 Stingray S 5 speed, 32k mi sunshade. 6-dsc CD loadedonly.65000 airbags, 37k mi, NA-
30ft 2 sldes cyl., for parts good convertible 108K mi like new,REDUCED changer $11,545 DA $21,175 sell for
c Formal dining will kept includes trans/motor $700 $9,800.334-791-3081 $10,900 850-482-2994 334-718-5251 $4100. 334-790-7959 $17,900 850-814-0155







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S2 stlbarn $20,000 334-687-99
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in living area Ceoter consoitle r el '95 0 loaded, like new
$35999875 hp T&T Merc, low mileage $42K
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more. Oneowner, Scenic CruIser 37 fi t. Dodge 06 Chargerthtest new s!
very good condition Ca mge Cmr05 by Gulf Stream 99' 22K. s oaded. A MUST .
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Lots 3Maner '90 Boat m 5.5 K Gen rator, loaded w options Call 334-447-2 147
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Includes 2 ponds, 0600. 334-441-8421 $ 9,900. 334-714-4001 $58.500 334-803-3397 85HP w.,power trim
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stocked. With Nitro '07 640 Loded Champion 89 Travel Your Home away cales wiring ew
Artesian Well. At Been in water maybe Trailer, roof air, from H om e '01 gears u w at er pmp
the end of Golfview 10 times. 95 Mercury clean, Call $2500a 0 i O m BO a4 t F reedao Ne0 2A51t ork
Dr., Olympia Spa, Motor $10,500 228-597-1450/850- o r giarage r N eed Auto Pars?
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Like new. $20,250. w/350Cummings leather, all power.
new Diesel eng. Onan lie- keyless entry, tint ed.
334-406-4555 sel generator. only See it c s to love it.
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ATV 4x4, 360 cc, solid boat w/trailer $27,000 OBO 334-695,- ___ T / 1 O R
camo paint, excel. $3,500 695 2228 4995,1 34-687-7862 RVs/Campers
cond. $2500 256-529- Hi Lo 07 Travel Trail- Wan (850)592-2507 50
0599 W.IwP t ecr 27' Lormg. Eic
2003 Club Car Cu s-NADA Valued a$22K '06 Travel Trailers BMW l05, 325 Sedan. i
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with red and c whte r Montana 03' 5th wh. or 334-793.4448 No paint work,
leather sea$s. Rear slides W05' Chev. 5m4 '06 Ueetwood 2- $16,900 mai
seats fold down. Ran alCraf LT2 dese 4x4 slides, with $ 850 (850)592-2507334-685-6233 (850)592-2507
36301 (334)791-7180 Fiberglass 16' Bass both under warr. Silverado 250 work Cadillac '9t Broug-
$2,800.00 BoatW/70 hp Engin e 39,500334-347-4228 truck as package ham Deegance
6X12 enclosed trailer wells, trolling motor, Outback 04'29FDH-S payoff $36.000 Collectors rare fine
w/1 side door & dbl great condition. 1979 all alum. structure, 334-470-8454 113K miles. drFven
doors in back $1900 model boat & engine supergle 102-5th wh. etdi 0 oerc, g 00. O5BoeB0Olutf n
new cond. 850-933- $1,800. Call 464-8514 hitchd/short bed- 5th wh n 28 et. sd perfect $552010. 1
9228/643-8312 or 334-393-2110 $20,000 334-726-6594 out, CH&A, micro- 850-260-2625
Honda '06 Rancher 4- Ranger 06 Reata 210 Sabre by Palamino wave, TV, a/ fm cd
wheeler 4x4 w/4x8 fish & ski boat, like '08, 28 ft 5th wheel radio, $10000. see at Cadllac '94 Seville
trailer, only 878 mi. new, garage kept, camper, 3 slides, Alabama Wildwood SLS 100K mi. all pow-
exc. cond. $3500, 334- maybe used 12 many extras, clean, camp ground in er, new tires, $2,500.
347-1597 times, asking sacrifice @ $29k 850- Daleville. 334-598- CALL 334-693-5503
$27,450..Call Mike 593-5675 4695 or 334-791-8363 Cherolet '02
Suzuli '8OQuad 400 334-797-4576S *R2b R CANYON '05 Corvette. Garage
4Wheeler w/sever al 5th whl,t36, lo Slides kept, very good con-
extras $3500 850- er very nice, queen bed edition. Custom ex-
209-1622/850-698- ol Entertainment cen- haust. $15,000. Must
g9387 ecnii n S ter, fpl, Much Morel see. 334-798-4346.
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5 Boats a 2 Ecllen onitil- e 1 1201 0.509-. 1486 0 Corvette convertible,
SE Scellent t Super nice 2007 Black, loaded, exc. 2 4x6 oriental rugs, Clothing racks, GARAGE WORK OLDIE RECORDS- 33 SOLID OAK DRESSER-
Trailer completely 34 Copper Can Waterseport cond., garage kept both for $140 850- round, chrome finish, TABLE-/DESK 1/3 READERS DIGEST W/MIRROR,8 DRAW-














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IJna r9Vk trase .2 mermaid end ta- Old WWll 32 caliber
Royal 05 ROYAL w/entertainment JET SKI 09' VX Crl WIv2s
169a5, 60HP 4 stroke, center, cabinet, built 'er approx11lhrs.' N K bles & 1 coffee table Couch & Loveseat Gold/Glass makeup pistol $300 850-569- SOLID OAK KING
S s, oade in radio & dvd, with trler & acces-866-1700 4189 850-866-1700 MATTRESS $400
ready to fish, series $7500. OBO8A0TRESS9$400
1994 C $12,500, 334-685-3226 dinnetVkitchenett, 334-798-3352 arm Clothing racks, Custom made cur- M Eils
SLC SportVolvo large bedroom. (3>, chrome finish, tains w/cornice, 850-482-5215 $249. $35 SOLID OAK KING
Penta II, bmini, galv Privatd bath. Fully $25/ea or $60 for all pink/blue 82x84 $50(80SOL7DBOAKw/ING
trailer, Stored insde furnished. Only 3.850-209-4281 850-569-2770 Jelly Cabinet or Pie (80)5922507 HDBD- w/ Mirror,
$10,950. Call $25,000. 334-792-0010 304Ot Camnalood cn .8 29d O AJIE-R-amattresses $400
$5500 080 334-699- for MH 30x54, $20/ea with 4 shelves like $55 850-526-3426 TAILS NEW $249.$350(850
Bass Cat 20'9" Sydney '10 Ourtback 1366 or 797-6925 850-594-1024 new $30. 850-482- Jinny Lind Crib, nice (850)592-2507 Stroller for 2,
"200 HP Mercury .31ft. Only used 3 3633-condition $75 850- Quilters Floor Frame, Evenflo, like new $55
Optimax. Matching ilboat '76-Catalina times, dual slide Chevy 05' Impala tan 6" clay pots, BONSAI __2-466x8ajs.hih'83nice
Tandem Trailer. outs, sleeps 10, 2- in color 68,200K mL. 1 ,ORCHID POTS $2 DISNEY.VHS- MANY 526-3426 39x28 adjust. height 850-526-3426
30', 2 cylYarmar die
GPS, Etc. $8500 OBO sel eng., Very low hrs entrance doors, owner, good cond. (850)592-2507 $3EA OBO ALL Kenmore gas dryer, $20 850-526-3426 Stuffed/Mounted
(Day) 850- 638- 4403 less than 250. Roller ih/out ent. center, carS ke $7,500. 850-526-5832 Air Mattress $15, (850)592-2507 Ig cap. good cond. READERS DIGEST Barracudda 3' long,
(Night) 850 -638- 1338 furling, biin, head, outdoor stove, alec. or 850-209-0202 Heavy weight sleep- Display shelf unit, $100 OBO 850-209- RECORDS- 33 1/3 $35 850-866-1700
S micro. forikdga ood awning, ore.28', 4flat! v .. ingbag$10 850 -26 metal. sides. ad 6977 before 7pm MANY.50 EA
cond. oce g screen TV, $26,000 4 Wheel Drive 3426 jut.heve $35 850- (850)592-2507 Technics Stereo
Harbor slip -6. 334- OBO 229-310-72!-52A naeyn( )526-3426Ladew- Tcnc Ste
673 0330. REDUCED Travel TrailerAntiueTrunk 65 -almost new used RED BOOKS (COINS)- needs drive belt $25
300. GE re ple 2009 Sportsmen 202 a T850-.482-5215 Dolphin Dining table very little, $50 (850) 1965-1989 ALL $30 850-569-2194
CHRYSLER 78 $750., 334-618-6589 and UVW of 3844 lbs. 72' x36. 5Sshelves, $7 Ladies Golf Clubs Refrigerator, looks size Belgium Wafie
FH-nSkiR5t8 call between 8a-8p Easy$topull.Over Cv H50 850-526-3365 Dome tent. -.'eeps?7, w/bag, cart, umbrel- rough, runs great $50 Baker $30"850-569-
abten8-p Es op.Oe-. Chevy'08 HIR -Ozark Trail. 16v9's, la, the works $75 OBO 850-209-6977 2194
40HP Chrysler motor, sized U-shapd di EtraClean. Etra CANVAS $15 850-526-3426 850-482-5215 before 7pmT
$1,500 OBO334-687- Motor Homes/RVs nette that slides out. Low Miles. Loaded, INFLATABLE- BOAT
6863,695-2161 Queen bed. Moving All Auto! Beautiful COVER 8FT $10 Elec. twin bed w/ Laminated light'oak SHORT SHEARLING Tbright colors, new
and must sell. Red $13,700 (850)592-2507 mattress, $75 OBO flooring 100 sq,ft. $85 JACKET womens LG cond. $20 850-526-
Cobra -1991 14' Tri- Seacraft, '89 28ft Concord Coachman (334)300-1122 334-792-0394 CANVAS INFLATABLE 850-209-5977 af7er 850-593-9987, after NICE $25 3426
Center Console, boat, '05 Motor Home. $9,900.00 7pr g 6pm (850)592-A2a S
hul stick steering w/ m otor & trailer, 95 2Y3'long 2700 mi.$0' 5220ImTOBN, BOAT COVER 8FT.E-507
40hp Mariner, motor. 225HP Johnson Mtr, Take over payments. Jeep '05 Wrangler X LIKE NEWI$0 stu-0 Flrdy, 34$85o sm f $
Depth finder, electric Dual Axle Tr. w/. 850-593-5103 4X4 Must Seel Red, $200 down, $259 per Cherrywosd Queen (850)579-4815 exc. cond. 850-630- 850-593-9987 after spring, cork,
thor.Cstrome Dm brakes,wh., runs PS, AC, AT, Tilt W, CD month. Call Ron Ellis sz headboard, foot-ex850)657-36a6
trailer. $3,0 34 well, very clean, Cruise Master LE, '05, 6 CYC, $3k in xtras 334 -714-0028 board & rails $100 Front Door 4 panel 4033 6p(850)557-6666
Trailer. $3,500. 334-1 Great cond.$5,560. 36ft workhorse chas- Mickey ThompsonbintuDooed w/panele4033EM VT
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Automobiles olfar Motorcycles portUtiity Vehicles Vans Trucks-Heavy Duty Trucks-Heavy Duty Trucks-Heavy Duty Legal Notices Legal Notices
Golf cart, 36V crim- Honda 1962 C102 CHRYSLER '06 Town Dodge 2004 Dakota FORD 2005 Sport Trac GMC '99 Sierra green branches, and judg- Wood Patterns
son red, 4 seaterw/ super cub 50,4k & Country Van. crew cab, Exl cond, XLT, 57K, loaded, drk in color 88K mi. ments, to the highest File Cabinets
headlamps. pristine miles, Black & white, Exc. condo. 51K, seats 79K, full power, 8 cyl, red two tone grey, ex owner, garage kept, bidder or bidders for Desks
cendirio.s. r200i 334. Good Cond., electric 7, ac, power, $9500 auto, cruise, $7200. condition. $17,800. very clean, $10,000. CASH, the proceeds Stainless Steel Ta-
rhr. U092 tart 3 speed, $2500. neg., 334-688-5154 Call 334-449-1864 OBO. 334-692-4572 OBO 334-445-9373 to be applied as far bles
5.6 Frm. Call noon (M-F) 334-369-8139 as may be to the pay- Stainless Steel Coun-
Golf Cart Club Car. 34-347 9002 Chrysler '95 Voyager, ment of costs and ters
iart-ry powere-. 334-34790 V6, auto, seats 8, Ads the satisfaction of Sofas
;needs b.ter.es. 300 Kawasaki '06 KLR Je 07' Wrangler, power, am/fm cass. the above-described Wooden Wardrobes
Ford 1998 Mustang OBO 33- 019 50, new tires & black X unlimited 4- new tires, NOW execution. Aluminum Ladders
Silver, power doors, rakes, great condi- dr. w/ 57K mi. 1 own $1975 OBO 850-592- 8 1c LeNalNoticesMER
windows, & seats, I Motorcycles ton, 5k miles. $3500 er, new tires, hard & 2832 Ford '88 FiIO, 351W In Accordance with ERPLUS NUMEROUS
Leather. Good tires, OBO or trade for soft top exc. cond. the American with OTHER ITEMS
CD player, 134k 3850 n :-d o.r m n r -1. .17,995. 334-333-4450 GMC 95, Conversion 78k miles, new A/C & LF15082 disabilities act, per-
Call 334-791-6485 ,'l. h~ir ~50l- 2- Van, new A/C, runs Dode 99' 1500 V-8 brakes, runs great, sons with disabilities LOCATION: Florida
lf interested. '*-3 8 Lexus 08 GX470 50K grt, $2500 S & M Au- Magnum 193K mi $4400 OBO 850-592- NOTICE OF needing special ac- State Hospital, Prop-
f interested. .1i Good Cond. Load- to Sales 850-774- A/T, A/C, P/steering, 2815 SHERIFF'S SALE commodation to par- erty Management,
Kaa s 'o I, F2 ,)t0 a 3rd Row Seat, Nav 9189/ 850-774-9186 crews, $3,500. OB Ford '89 Bronco, Runs ticipate in this pro- Building #1152,
Ml.k. BPr.l. stem $35,500 334-691-2987/ 344- Ford 'n
r r.heri- rf.:.rm ?'ste$3254-0077 W-ed6 798-1768 grt lifted, mud tires, NOTICE is hereby ceeding should con- Chattahoochee,FL
y:aanar tce .:.ry ast 9-254-0077 Wanted: I excel. cond. $3500 given that pursuant tact the A.D.A. coor-
Sance pe. rutoo Ford 01 F lariat OBO trade 850-774- to a writ of execution dinator telephone TERMS: Payment in
'06 HD Dyna Wide bike for the motor- Trailers-Tractors 54 liter, 154K mli 9189/774-9186 issued in the Circuit number 850-482-9624 full required by Sep-
Glide F ODWG. Ba crossing extremist Court of Jackson ext. 103 not later member 1st, 2010.
Ford '89Mustang5.0 L.Ie nrw. :u't.m:. 334-726-3842 black ext. tan leather Couny, Florida, on than seven (7) days Cash, Check, Money
GT Runs Great $1800 6600 mi. $12,900.404- 6X12 enclosed trailer seats, super cab, au- 2h day oJanu- prior to the proceed- order, or asher's
Kawasaki 2000awasakw/1 side door & dbl to trans $8000. 417- ahe 26 th d ay se
OBO 334-798-1768 or 578-1482 eff@ K asaki 200 a w/1 side door & dbl0 ar 2010 in the cause ings. If hearing im- Check made payable
334-691-2987 truthinsong.com sic LT.2007 Under doors in back $1900 7937937 wherein Wakulla paired, TDD) 1-800- to Florida State Hos-
Warranty til 2012. new cond. 850-933- ank was plaintiff 955-8770, via the pital.
Honda '03 Accord EX 2007 Suzuki 2053CC w 9228/643-8312 A FORD '02 LARIAT an and Timothy William Florida Relay Service.
V6. White w/tan Ithr Boulevard C50- Red $9000 334-774-3474 92283--2 WANTED F250 Diesel, Crew Beauchamp is the de- 'EMOVAL: By Sep-
Sunroof,heated seats and black, 9k miles, or 334-791-1074 Cummings/Onan I Cab, 123K miles FORD '89 F L.O. Jvwh. ierdant, being Case DATED: August 20, member 9th, 20101 @
122k mi. $10,400 reforun Mojo Motor Scooter generator 703 hrs. Good Condition $17,700 334-687-9983 4x4 Auto, $4,600 or Number 09-222-CA, 1, 2010 4:00 PM Any lots hot
334-685-6233 334-791-2277. e 85KW 400amp, auto And Equipped. reasonable offer 229- Louis S. Roberts, III removed by the close
Hon334-685-6233 Accord 009 Y a R 0- $65200m, Bue, switch runs 4 poultry 850-548-5719 334-8520. 22*9296 As Sheriff of Jackson Louis S. Roberts, III of business on Sep-
Honda '07 Accord 2009 Yamaha R6- $1650 850- 258-1638 house $15,000. OBO
Coupe EXL, Black only 1,150 miles. .00 8 County, Florida have Sheriff member 9th, 2010 will
roofw/blk leatherXM radio, sun-44k broken in. Burnt or- MOTIVATED house of Lubing niP- Automotive Coupons Ford '93 Ranger over right, title, and inter- ida DA STATE HOSPITAL.
w/bk leather, sun- Bought new, barely MOTIVATED 4-40X40 poultry DealTaker.com 100 an. CD levied upon all the Jackson County, Flor- revert back to FLORI-
mi, 4 cyl, $15300 ange and black with mi. CD player. est of the defendant, There will be no re-
S334-685-6233 bs an ba Yamaha Royal Star 0978 or 334-795-6101 and Deals Shop with white. tan asking Timothy William BY:Linda J. Cowan funds. Help will be
334-685-6233 ghost flames, $9,000 motorcycle. DealTaker~com Fd F$00 334 685 3214 Beauchamp in and to DeputySheriff available to assist
negotiable. Extras in- Model XVZ13CT, Gandy 4 row insect Ford 04 F-350 Beauchamp in and to Deputy Sheriff available to assist
-. UTO eluded. 334-790-6146 body style is cide applicator Trucks-Heavy Duty Super Duty XL truck, the following to-wit: with loading.
Sor 334-791-2277 road/street, drive w/double boxes, for auto, AC, 6 liter Published four (4)
H ona 07 Fit sport, '92 Goldwig 6k t ree is RD two chemicals powerstroke diesel, i 80 acres described as times in the Jackson Any questions call
Honda 07 Fit sport, 92 Goldwing, 60k typeisRWD l br bd, dual rear : The South '2 of the County Floridan on (850)663-7317 or 7318
loaded, less than miles, red, exc. paint 4 cylinders, 35,000 crunired 1,:r c heel 11 500. Cb d all rE o.f So section 28 the following dates:
40K, $13,200 OBO & running cond. miles. In great :. J c ti.,n $3. 1.50. Call23 or S ip 3 North, th following datem- FSH/APD
334-406-2667 Days $7000 850-445-2915 condition. 19.; 31-16 or 33 31 or Township North, August 25, Septem- F APD
334-588-3658 nights leave message 8Features double n 45184 334 464-318 Range 9 West of Tal- ber 1, September 8, EMPLOYEES WILL
hard case saddle Ford '97 F-10, V 6. lahassee Meridian in and September 14, NOT BE ABLE TO
Honda '07 Odyssey bags, h ighway John Deer 05' 48 HP, a.. '1 automat.c. cold air. Florida, Jackson 2010. PARTCIPATE
Van. I o-er Load- bars, cruise lull w-i. Ir-.-. irr,ot 4 15.000 miles County, Florida.* Florida State Hospi-
ed. E c. Cond NADA control. Tires in end l.:adr. bu;hncg. CHEVROLET '79 C 6 Like New. $5600. LF1067 tal is a tobacco free
24K. Asking $20.90) q'-i N.
2D1K. Ask3ina 20.900 'i' "- goood shape. FuTll i-r m,:.wer. d.. dump truclK. 20K mi -334 790-7959 "This parcel is sub- facility.
Dothan3?1 482-7268ood sha l prd,:ler & b,, bl r, nrne.l o ject to a ife estate in Sealed Bids
Dothan 32 482-7268 front windshield, 0.) b 9 .352 r.ug r e. u good'k Ford'98 F150, great favor of J. L Surplus Property
Honda '99 SI American Iron Horse double seat tour $l-.tnB 0 t2 4.u 3,0-g conc, 165K m; New o L lBeauchamp S
Siker 2 dr T6,ko $950 Le. an b00 nr. $2,A5U. -3J-701-923 FORD '07 Explorer Brakes, altrnator Thursday, August 26, Need t
One owner. 2dr '06, To'". Cii,: paper b s '- r r $2. 51. 34-701-213 Beauchamp Thrsay, August26, Need tO
Exc. Cond. 73K mi. elec. blue w/spider OBO. Pease call John Deere 6405 4WD Chevrolet '89 Scotts- Sport Trac, Limited, and battery.Cold and on the 16th day 2010
A/C, Sunroof $8000 web graphics, 124ci 33-790-7380. (16) Two post Tractor dale, blue, auto, 126K V-8, Fully Loaded, Air,Elec windows & of September, 2010, Opening @ 9:00 A.M. lfe O ad?
334-347-4990 S&s, fully custom- 2360 hrs. $20,000 runs good, cold air, 56K Miles, Blue door locks.$4800 obo at the Jackson Coun- pla
agar X e sized garage show Motorcycle Open 334-798-2337 $2000. OBO. 334-794- $21,500, 334-687-4686 334691-4643 ty Sheriff's office, INSPECTION: August
4 aMio n ike. 7950K Mu4 See Tail er hld 2 KubotaTractor L2800 0001or334-726-4298 FOR'07 F0S per Ford Lariet '025150 4012 Lafayette d through 2th, I pl
Nice Car, $500 Down $30500.334-445-0366 or Utility trailer 63 CHEVY00 vedo treet Mariana 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, It's si e,
Like new A-Frame HST with front end l V-8,c 129K mi runs and said defendant,
$300 mo. Call Steve D Bik da J i choc lodero bottom plow $ fully loaded r ilt i ,flly 2 ded looks good. Florida, County .of ET.call one of our
Hatcher 334-791-8243 CRF7 Excellent blade$7,300.334-596-9966 Jackson, State o $f6l $ o
d$1300 OBCi334618i. mower$m7, -,- Florida, at the hour Included in the
SCondition $970 r aOBC. O 334-44- mower$17,500. 334685-0846r of 9:30 am., or sobn sealed bids will be Classifie
33479S2337 1 4 Call334-774-7771 thereafter,.lwill of- the following types
Massey Ferguson'63 CHEVY0Sivrado FORD '07 F-350. 5.9 L fer for sale all the of items: representatives
DSL Crew Cab 50K said defendant
Like n re, 3550 md model 35 w/2 row V-8,4X4, 266K miles, me, $29 50d. ST pak th sa ec Radal Saw
ncoln$6,01 Toudesw bottom plow. $3500. fully loaded, rebuilt mils, $29,500 334- Timothy W. Tabl___d
1 3 ri0d gear B OBO 334-445-1717 trans., $7,500 695-7769, 695-7770 Beauchamp's right, Jointes
riding oar OBj title, and interest in Planners gl
Jaguar '05 XJ8L 1 ~ 3347.14 4029 334-774-6348 334-687-3207 FORD '07 Sports Trac, GMC '05 SIERRA, the, said property, at Band Saws will e ad to
4-85dr. Bl7ck.9 7 r Throcto 00' Kubota V 6 full loaded. le $12 0. or C y i4 S o
d6pm .c$68 rskig n e Yamaha'05 V-star trade for tractorK 20 Lm pblic outcy
85-. k65i Silverado.Saddle M-120 DT4x4w/ $19.5ur OBO 229-861 biack.4wd.SLT pack sell the same. sublect Radial Arm Savv
25.85. 850-6 FATBOY '93, bags. ind h;hl. Kubotaloader 14,, 229 3091890 age. 4 door. 20.000. to oror liens. enricm- Wooden Be ds W
Lincoln '0 TConcar. 28K actual mile. back rear t. K mi. LA1601 (cabfire) 3100 Henr Cobb 850 258-758
Signature series w/ customized out of gar. kept $3750obo hrs. original tires
101,130 mi $6,000 Easy Rider, all 334-691-4643 50%, engine, fuel
850-579-4467 after chrome-up SS carbs, tanks ok. $12,500. or Chevy '04 Silverado
6pm screaming eagle Yamaha '07 V-Star trade for tractor 2500 LT 8.1L V8 MPI
Lincoln Congression exhaust system 1100, 11,600 mi, new 850-212-6964 8100 V84 WHEEL DR
a. Ton n ,5tir, 33a4- 5-744 r ea e and extrass T 2 Mss ey EVER '
142KTmt. white asking payoff of V-.. RADiO. 6 DISC
142K mi. white w/ FZ Suzuki 50 79' $5900. 850-762- .CHANGER $17,500.00, t:
tan leather top, collectors item, 1 cyl, 2071/718-5069 after -
seats, loaded $6500. 2 stroke scooter, 4pm 1 sHt
334-693-2274 orange, exc cond, Che- 04' Silverado
street legal.$500. YAMAHA '08 R6 6 .r blue 4-dr Z7I good
OBO 334-774-2521 black/yellow, less Tractor 20 Massey 4d new parts, 334-
774-2773 after 5pm then 650 miles. Ferguson w/5'disk, 405-9221
$7,900 or o. 1 set bottom pile &
Harley 08 Road King 334-805-3466 1 setCovington
like new, less than your common to you...
1500 miles, $15,750. YAMAHA'08 V-star planters $3K 797-
MAZDA '01 Silver Call Mike 250, Burgund e 6925 or 334-699-1366 _
Millenia, Runs Great! 334-797-4576 ALow miles! ,.new! Tractor: JD 4450 1w her ever you re.
152K miles Loaded! Harley Davidson '04 334-693-5454 MSWD duals cab,
$4,000 OBO Roadglide FLH, 40K, PS, $27_500. CHEVY '91, 1 Ton 12ft
706-761-2089 tour pack, headsets, YAMAHA '08 V-star 334-726-0067. lat Bed Dump Truck
Mazda6 07 4-dr. CD & CB, smokey 250, Burgundy, UTILITY cargo trailer $5,200 or reasonable
sadan, grey, auto, gold $10,500 OBO Low miles! Like new! Dolittle 2007, 20' offer 229-334-8520,
CD, power option, 334-798-2928 /678- Asking $2,695., white, excellent con- 229-296-8171
like new, 69K mi. 8722 : 334-693-5454 edition, has sat for 2
$9,900. 334-389-3071 r Yamaha 2004 V ar years. Only used for Chevy '91 Cherokee
or 334-726-9500 1100 Classl. Black & 3000 miles. $5,500 pickup, lift gate
Mercees '73.450L r,m. llent OBO 334-791-6955 $1500 850-352-4724
Mercejles'73.450 SL hrno me. .cellenti
Convertible condion. $5.000......
(hard/softtop) "n34.6 68. 7525 Truck Leas;ng.'Rent
$12,000 OBO 904-368 Yamaha '99 XVS1100
1153 Leave msg HARLEY DAVIDSON 42K m.. Askna $3200 ,J.
Mercedes 82'380SL 0' FLSTSC Sor7nger OBO 334 726-1215 or
93K mi. H/S tops classic 3JOK m. 334-477-3152
chalk brown Black 3.000
PWRS/B, windows, 254-681-4802 ,. Chevy 975u u
ant auto, AC, up- Harley Davidson '08 great cond. 1500
graded sound system, Elecrra Glide Classic, erica leather $30 00.3683'.
carcover & top stor- 5000 miles. 15.950. FORK LIFT American Call 303-906-3683
age rack, clean, well 334-618-4430 Eagle w Cunm ngs. Dodge '02 Dakota
maintained w/ re- Harley David1oF6 a VStar 1100cc deel Leather Int. uad cab
cords. $14200. 334- Harley Davidson 1986 Y VStar1100cc i cap., goud condo. Clean cond. Fully
792-9789 FLTC w/side car. classic, pearl white & $11,500. 334-701-9213 a 33693 0
exc. cond. $10,500. silver, Mustang seat,
Mercedes '96 S320, OBO 334-794-2665 or light bar, saddle You name it... Dodge '02 Dakota "',*
black, a/c, 154K, 1 334-805-0810 bags, gar. kept like Quad cab.Auto.$5900
owner, mint cond., vidson 1992 new. 5,000 mi. $5100, CLASSIFIED cab toSd Lo
334-406-7530 Sporster 1200 custom 34-696-5531 nights has it Vaued @ $7,750 334-
mid 50's K/KH exc. 793-2350 or797-2595
Nissan. 08' Maxima cond. $5,500, OB0 Scooters MopedI
38K mi.. 1 owner 3.5 794-2665 334-805-
SL, pearl white 0810
$18,425 taking offers .
334-445-1666 or 334- HLEY DAIDSN -
369-8139. 2003, 1200 Sportster
100th anniv. edition.
Pontiac '07 G6 GT Lots'of chrome.
Low mileage, SUPER $7,500. 334-701-3974
SHARP, Sunroof $200Harey Davidson '
down, $249 mo. Call Lance "'8 Ch r min,
Ron Ellis 714-0028 : Lowrider 36K mi. Scbc-rer. 50CC. 2000
Exc.cond. 1340 cc miles. Like new.
Pontiac G-6 GT'07 engine, spare seat 540-42 -0726
conv. black 24Kmi. all $5500 334-984-2044
eater $15,00oaded, gar. arley Davidson 98' SCOOTERI United
ket$15,000.3 BO xc. cond. orange, Moor Scooter'08.
334-796-6613 loaded, Must See! 80mpg. 1000 ml.'s
Toyota 05' Prius 43K $12,000. 334-791-4799 S3(00 080 Manu.
miles, light blue in War.334 44s56102
color good cond. soter 04 Helix -to n es
$14,500.334-596-4902 scooter 250cc auto- S of Ut;l;rY oe h; '"O
,00 4 40 2 matic; garage kept;
Toyota 07 Prius, cover & helmet, 9k
Black, 53k, Exl. Cond, $2800. Call 677-7815 Bd Sf t e
JBL sound, lit, great
?as mileagetrans- ForGeneral II
B- s l To BE T s MARIAcNNA r CGbne ran
new tires askng NB SERICE Houigse
Ca334-470-3292 Grass Cutting METAL r once .,
Toyota 07 Sienna Van Honda '05 GoldWin *Grader*Pan Weed Eating IO FING I-C. ceanl ,,, ,v,,,,c ,,,,
XLT, 1 owner, loaded Roadsmith Trike Kit. 1999 Blazer Loo WeHedge Trimming I Cll Debra '...', *ridej al Ho r Cold Weather
with all extras, 30th Any. Ed. CB, col Good, Runs Good. Excavator Edgn a Ro.nge, v FISe Est)imae
garage kept, 64K or silver & Extras, $3000. 334 798-9131 Dump Truck ging *etal Roofing Free r.t Pd~ Inludln
miies 116.500. 38K mi. 126.50 Bulldozer Kindall Torbett Cuornim Esti ates 3 .Yiie i- v Co sear a rCleanig
Eufaula Call 334.687- 334'793-01,7 ozer __- _CUSto__ 30Yeruir____ ".____ _,_, r cmmercialilaning
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UN says 800,000 cut off by Pakistan floods


BY ASIF SHAHZAD
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

ISLAMABAD -- About
800,000 people have been cut off
by floods in Pakistan and are
only reachable by air, the United
Nations said Tuesday, adding it
needs at least 40 more helicop-
ters to ferry lifesaving aid to
increasingly desperate people.
The appeal was an indication
of the massive problems facing
the relief effort in Pakistan more
than three weeks after the floods
hit the country, affecting more
than 17 million people and rais-
ing concerns about possible
social unrest and political insta-
bility.
"These unprecedented floods
pose unprecedented logistical
challenges, and this requires an
extraordinary effort by the inter-
national community," said John
Holmes, U.N. under-secretary-
general for humanitarian affairs.
Earlier, Prime Minister Yousuf
Raza Gilani said hundreds of
health facilities had been dam-
aged and tens of thousands of
medical workers displaced and
the country's chief meteorologist
warned that it would be two
weeks until the Indus River -
the focus of the flooding still
sweeping through the country -


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Pakistani flood survivors wait for medical help in a camp set up for
displaced people in Nowshera, Pakistan on Tuesday, Recovering
from the devastating floods still battering Pakistan will take at least
three years, the president said, as the waters swept south after leav-
ing millions homeless and submerging millions of acres of farm-
land. AP Photo/Mohammad Saijad


returns to normal levels.
. Qamar-uz-Zaman Chaudhry
said high tides in the Arabian Sea
would slow the drainage of the
Indus into it. Those tides, he said,
will begin changing on Aug. 25.
"The flood situation is not yet
over," Chaudhry said, adding that
the Indus would reach peak flood
stage late this week.
The floods began with ham-
mering monsoon rains in the


northwest and have swept south-
wards.
Many of those cut off are in the
mountainous northwest, where
roads and bridges have been
swept away.
The United States has
deployed at least 18 helicopters
that are. flying regular relief mis-
sions, but the United Nations said
it would need at least 40 more
heavy-lift choppers working at


full-capacity to reach the estimat-
ed 800,000 stranded in the coun-
try.
The United Nations High
Commissioner for Refugees esti-
mates that about 700,000
Pakistanis have been forced into
makeshift settlements just in the
southern province of Sindh.
While there have been no
major disease outbreaks because
of the floods, aid agencies are
increasingly worried, saying con-
taminated water and a lack of
proper sanitation were already
causing a spike in medical prob-
lems in camps for the displaced.
"Pakistan and its people are
experiencing the worst natural
calamity of its history," Gilani
said at a meeting on health issues
in the flood zone. "As human
misery continues to mount, we
are seriously concerned with
spread of epidemic diseases."
More than 3.5 million children
are at risk from waterborne dis-
eases, he said, and skin diseases,
respiratory infections and malnu-
trition are spreading in flooded
areas.
The problem is compounded
by the flood's impact on the
country's medical system -
which has long been badly over-
stretched and underfunded.
Gilani said the floods had dam-


Jet misses runway, crashes in China


43 people killed'
BY ALEXA OLESEN
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
BEIJING A Chinese
passenger jet broke apart as
it approached a fog-shroud-
ed runway in the country's
northeast and burst into
flames as it hit the ground
Tuesday, killing 43 people
and injuring 53 others, state
media said.
The Henan Airlines plane
with 91 passengers and five
crew crashed in a grassy
area near the Lindu airport
on the outskirts of Yichun, a
city of about 1 million peo-
ple in Heilongjiang
province, the official
Xinhua News Agency said.
Xinhua quoted Hua'
Jingwei, an Yichun publici-


ty official, as saying that
some passengers were
thrown from the cabin
before the broken plane hit
the ground.
The Brazilian-made
Embraer E-190 jet had
taken off from
Heilongjiang's capital of
Harbin shortly before 9 p.m.
(1300 GMT) and crashed a
little more than an hour
-later, Xinhua said.
China Central Television
showed firefighters dousing
the burning plane with
hoses and later digging
through the wreckage of the
jet.
Xinhua said 43 bodies
were recovered within
hours of the disaster and 53
people were hospitalized,
most with broken bones.
Wang Xuemei, vice mayor


of Yichun, told CCTV that
three survivors were in crit-
ical condition but gave no
details.
CCTV earlier said that 91
people were on board, and
gave a lower death and
injured toll, but the report
appears to not have included
the five crew on the plane.
Henan Airlines is based
in the central Chinese
province of the same name
and flies smaller regional
jets, mainly on routes in
north and northeast China.
Previously known as
Kunpeng Airlines, the carri-
er was relaunched as Henan
Airlines earlier this year.
Henan Airlines and many
other regional Chinese air-
lines flying shorter routes
have struggled in the past
few years, losing passengers


to high-speed railroad lines
that China has aggressively
expanded.
An American company,
Phoenix-based Mesa Air
Group Inc., was an original
investor in Henan's prede-
cessor company, Kunpeng,
but divested its stake last
year. Mesa operates region-
al services in the U.S, for
Delta Air Lines, United
Airlines and other carriers
and is undergoing bankrupt-
cy reorganization.
Full-tilt expansion of
Chinese air traffic in the
1990s led to a series of
crashes that gave China the
reputation of being unsafe.
The poor record prompted
the government to improve
safety drastically, from air-
lines to new air traffic man-
agement systems at airports.


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aged more than 200 health facili-
ties, and that about one-third of
the country's 100,000 women
health workers have been dis-
placed.
Those health workers are the
main primary medical care to
millions of rural Pakistani
women.
Dr. Jahanzeb Orakzai,
Pakistan's national health coordi-
nator, said a team has been
formed to oversee the response to
any flood-related health emer-
gencies.
"Health problems usually arise
in flood-affected areas after four
to six weeks, arid we need to be
alert and prepared to tackle the
situationn" he said.
The aid group World Vision
said it could be three months
until some families are able to
return to their homes.
"People are in urgent need of
almost everything: shelter, health
clinics, clean water, sanitation
and livelihood support," Mike
Bailey, the group's regional man-
ager for advocacy said in a state-
ment.
Local charities, the Pakistani
army and international agencies
are providing food, water, medi-
cine and shelter to the displaced,
but millions have received little
or no help.




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