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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as: Sunday Floridan
Portion of title: Floridan
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: August 26, 2010
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Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Emergency need at Partners for Pets


BY MORGAN CARLSON
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Partners for Pets is reaching out to the
community again, this time for an emer-
gency.
The no-kill animal shelter in Marianna
has been without air conditioning all sum-
mer, after the compressor in the shelter's
unit broke. A replacement will cost
$1,000.
The shelter, located at 4011
Maintenance Drive off Penn Avenue, has
been relying on a window unit and fans to
battle the heat.
"We have to go outside to cooJ off," the
manager of the shelter, Debbie O'Quinn
said. "We're looking forward to winter at
this point."
The shelter has fundraisers throughout
the year to pay general operating costs and
fund bigger projects like repairing cages
- and now, the air conditioner.
The, Compass Lake Volunteer Fire.
Department has offered to help, the shelter
with a fundraiser in the form of spaghetti
dinner.
The fire department is purchasing food
and has received donations from Daphins
Food, according to Arty Penello, a volun-
teer with the fire department.
All of the funds raised will go directly to
the shelter, Penello said.
Ice River Springs has donated water,
See PETS, Page 4A >


While some of the smaller cats were using their water bowls as swimming pools, Lucy and Pumpkin were staying close to their
door to take advantage of a nearby fan at Partners for Pets Wednesday. Mark Skinner / Floridan


Jacob residents get water back

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
.FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


The residents, of Jacob now have running
n after, but they're under a "boil water" notice
until tests determine whether the supply was
contaminated after pressure dropped in a three-
da. outage this week.
The town had .been without water for three
da. straight as of late Tuesday afternoon.
Repairs were completed late Tuesday night.
Late that afternoon, a private business also
stepped in to help. Ice River Springs, a water
bottling plant in Maianna, provided a pallet-
and-a-half of bottled water, or about 2,592 bot-
ties. .
Residents said Wednesday they were grateful
for the help.
Jacob's system went down Sunday. City
Manager Riley Henderson said it was a
mechanical problem with the pump motor
which pulls water into the tank.
He said a substitute motor from another well .
was being put in to replace the malfunctioning
one.
White and Henderson also said a large tank
had been placed at a central location where cit-
izens c6uld come and fill buckets with water to
bathe, flush toilets, or for other non-consump-
tion uses.
Some residents also went to friends' homes
outside the city for water, according to one res-
ident.
This is not the first time Jacob citizens have
faced the problem this year.
In. late February, they were also without
water for three days. In that case, all 84 house-
holds on the system found their.faucets running
dry just before 8 p.m. on a Saturday night.
Henderson said the problem in that instance
was also a malfunctioning pump motor. It was
replaced in February with a used motor the
same one .that malfunctioned this time.

Much of the palette and a half of bottled
drinking water donated by Ice River Springs
to Jacob was gone by Wednesday after-
noon. Mark Skinner / Floridan


CRIME


Woman arrested for

drugs after traffic stop
STAFF REPORT
A traffic stop for expired
registration led to the arrest of
a Bay County woman for
drugs Tuesday.
Rebecca Garrett, 29, of
2320 Anne Ave. in Panama
City, was charged with pos- Rebecca
session of less than 20 grams Garrett
of marijuana, possession of a
controlled substance, and driving while
license suspended or revoked.
An officer with the Marianna Police
Department checked the temporary tag for a
'vehicle Garrett was driving on Lafayette
Street in Marianna Tuesday night. The regis-


See DRUGS, Page 4A >


Alford man charged with
dealing in stolen property
STAFF REPORT
An Alford man was arrest-
ed Tuesday on charges related
to an incident that happened
almost a year ago.
Russell Seale, 57, of 132
Uncle Joes Lane in Alford,
was charged with dealing in Russell
stolen property. Seale
Another man, Tony
Lagman, of Cottondale, was arrested on
charges related to this incident in April.
In October 2009, a Florida Highway
Patrol officer stopped a vehicle on U.S.
Highway 231 for a traffic infraction. The
vehicle fit the description of a truck reported

See STOLEN, Page 4A >


3 charged after traffic stop
STAFF REPORT


Three men-
were arrested
on drug-relat-
ed charges in
Marianna
Tuesday fol- Charles
lowing a traf- Folsom
fic stop.
Jesse Rabon, 29, of 2909
Salem Church Road in'
Sneads, and Tyler Davidson,
24, or 2808 Sandridge Church
Road in Sneads, were charged
with possession of precursor
chemicals. Charges Folsom,
42, of 2812 Steven Road in-
Grand Ridge, was charged


Tyler
Davidson


Jesse
Rabon


See STOP, Page 4A >


Family

of eight

seeks help

after fire
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A single mother and seven
children are, temporarily with-
out a permanent place to live
following a house fire in
Malone that destroyed their
kitchen.
Velisa McElroy was cooking
sausage and french fries for her
youngsters after school when
some grease .popped out of the
pan and onto her electric stove,
setting off a fire just after 4:30
p.m.
She -got the children out of
the house and battled the blaze
herself- with -a blanket and
water while waiting for fire-
fighters to arrive.
The Malone Volunteer Fire
Department deployed fire
hoses and Jackson County Fire
Rescue,soon arrived to mount
an interior attack on the blaze.
The fire was contained to the
kitchen, which was deemed a
total loss by fire officials.
The block house, which has a
wooden truss system roof, is
located at 5363 15th St. in
Malone.
- McElroy and the children,
six of her own and one she's
been raising since last year
when the teenager's' mother
died, are being put up at a local
motel courtesy of the American
Red Cross.
. McElroy said she doesn't yet
know where the family will
stay while the kitchen is being
rebuilt.
She said she would appreci-
ate any donations to help fam-
ily members as they deal with
the temporary displacement.
"I'm not picky, I'll appreci-
ate anything," McElroy said.
The family's income is low.
McElroy said getting by from
day to day is a challenge she
meets with prayer and careful
spending decisions.
Her children range in age
from five to 18, and the family
includes a set of 14-year-old
twins. The family can be
reached through a relative's cell
phone at 209-6459.
Fire officials say others can
learn a lesson from the inci-
dent. Jackson County Fire
Marshal Chuck Sawyer said
it's important for residents to
equip their dwellings with fire
alarms, and their kitchens with
fire extinguishers.


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JACKSON COUNTY
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.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,
Marianna. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Call
482-9620.
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.,
Marianna, is having a half-off sale.on all jeans,
shirts, shoes, women s purses and Ty Beanie
Babies. Also, buy one, get one of equal or less-
er value free on all children's clothes, children's
purses, VCR tapes, DVDs, CDs and women's
small clothing (size 0-9). Sale runs the 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. in the county
commission meeting room, 2864 Madison St.,
Marianna.
Corrections Corporation of America Job Fair,
2-7 p.m. at Graceville Civic Center. Applications
for certified Correctional Officers, medical/edu-
cational staff will be taken. Call 718-0326; 638-
6089 or 718-0456, ext 114.
Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discussion),
8-9 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna,, in 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, Marianna, 9 a.m. to noon; and
at Marianna Health and Rehab, 1-4 p.m. Call
526-4403.
The Marianna One Stop Center hosts a free,
Employability Skills workshop on "Employ
Florida," 10-11 a.m.; and one on "Resume
Skills," 3:15-4:15 p.m. Public welcome; no
charge. Call 718-0326.
Jackson Hospital brings Medwheels to
Superior Bank, 2258 US Highway 71, Marianna.
Free cholesterol, glucose and lipids screenings
will be offered 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Screenings


involve a finger stick, instant results. Health
coach available to answer questions. For most
accurate results, fait 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 parking 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.
Ice Cream Social Night at Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement is 6-8:30 p.m. with home-
made ice cream, games and music from
Swiftwater in Frink Gym. Free admission.
Refreshments available for donation. Call 850-
674-2777.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and hang-
ups in a safe environment" at Evangel Worship
Center. Dinner, 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting, 7 p.m. Child care available.
Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-9
p.m. at First. United Methodist Church, 2901'
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

August 28 -Saturday
The Miss Heart of Arnerica Pageant will be
at the Elks Lodge, 4607 Highway 90, Marianna.
Call 334-684-6051 or 850-859-2742. This pag-
eant. 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., First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, AA room.

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

August 30 Monday
The Jackson County School/Sunland
School Advisory Council meets at 7:30 a.m. in
the Student Commons room of the Habile build-
ing at Sunland, 3700 Connally Drive, Marianna.
Public Welcome.
The Parkinson's Support Group meets at
noon in the ground floor classroom, Jackson
Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive, Marianna. Felicia
Lein M.S. CCC-SLP will present "Impact of


Parkinson's and the Voice." Lunch provided.
Those diagnosed with Parkinson's and their
care givers are invited.
The Marianna One Stop Center hosts a free
Employability Skills workshop on "Interviewing
Skills," 3:15-4:15 p.m. Public welcome; 'no
charge. Call 718-0326.
The City of Jacob convenes a special meet-
ing at 6 p.m. Call 263-6636.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-9
p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
Marianna Athletic .Youth Association
Cheerleader registration deadline is Aug. 30.
Ages 6-12 (on May 1, 2010) welcome. Cost:
$25. Proof of insurance and birth certificate
required. Registration is at Champion
Motorsports (across from Winn Dixie), during
business hours. Call 272-7389.

August 31 Tuesday
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.,
Marianna, is having a half-off sale on all jeans,
shirts, shoes, women's purses and Ty Beanie
Babies. Also, buy one, get one of equal or less-
er value free on all children's clothes, children's
purses, VCR tapes, DVDs, CDs and women's
small clothing (size 0-9). Sale runs the month
of August. Shop hours: Tuesday and Thursday,
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 482-3734.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting .or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
The Jackson County Master Gardeners are
pre-selling daffodil bulbs through the end of
August. Bulbs will be available for pick-up
Saturday, Oct. 9, following the group's annual
daffodil program. Most bulbs will be packaged
five to a bag; bags sell for $3 each. Stop by the
Jackson County Extension Service, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave. in Marianna; call 482-9620;
or e-mail jacksonmg@ifas.ufl.edu.
Town of Grand Ridge public hearings begin
at 5:30 p.m. The first regards expansion/reno-
vation of Johnson Recreational Complex; the
second, expansion/renovation of Grand Ridge
City Park. A public hearing will also be held to
discuss/review proposed Ordinance No. 2010-
03 (FY 2010-2011 Budget, Town of Grand
Ridge). Special council meeting follows. Call
592-4621..
Sneads.High School faculty hosts "Back to
School Parent Night," 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the
SHS auditorium. Parents, meet SHS staff, talk
with teachers. Event is *for parents/guardians
(no students).


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Aug.
24, the latest available
report: Two accidents with-
out injury, two abandoned
vehicles, three suspicious
vehicles, one vehicle bur-
glary, one physical distur-
bance, one burglar alarm,
24 traffic stops, three larce-
nies, one found or aban-
doned property, one follow
up investigation, one
assault, one animal com-
plaint, two assists of other
agencies, three public serv-
ice calls and one open door
or window checked.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and coun-
ty Fire/Rescue reported
the following incidents for
Aug. 24, the latest avail-
able report (Some of these
calls may related to after-
hours calls taken on behalf


of Graceville and
Cottondale Police
Departments): Two acci-
dents without injury, one
missing juvenile, one
stolen vehicle, three aban-
doned vehicles, two suspi-
__ cious vehi-
-"z _-Z cles, five
1p Cr. : suspicious
& L- A incidents,
rCjIME two suspi-
cious per-
sons, seven information
reports, one special detail,
one funeral escort, two
highway obstructions, two
metal illnesses, one bur-
glary, one vehicle burgla-
ry, two physical distur-
bances, three verbal dis-
turbances, two residential
fires, 19 medical calls,
three traffic accidents, five
burglar alarms, 33 traffic
stops, four larcenies, three
criminal mischief com-
plaints, eight papers
served, one civil dispute,
two trespassing com-
plaints, one found or aban-
ST


doned property, one follow
up investigation, one lit-
tering or garbage com-
plaint, one juvenile com-
plaint, one assault, one
noise disturbance, two ani-
mal complaints, three dog
complaints, two fraud
reports, five assists of
other agencies, four public
service calls, five trans-
ports, one patrol request,
one open door or window
checked, one threat or
harassment complaint and
one illegal dumping com-
plaint.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting period:
Rebecca Garrett, 29,
2320 Anne Ave., Panama
City, possession of less
than 20 grams of marijua-
na, possession of a con-
trolled substance, driving


while license suspended or
revoked.
Vincent Gardner, 42,
2863 Pontiac Loop,
Cottondale, resisting an
officer without violence.
Tina Preston, 38,'2831
Booker St., Apt. B,
Marianna, violation of
county probation.
-Lindsay Hare, 21, 2844
Callaway St., Marianna,
violation of county proba-
tion.
Colby Hearns, 23,
1994 River Road, Sneads,
violation of state proba-
tion, driving while license
suspended or revoked.
Marcus Bell, 25, 3201
Salem Church Road,
Grand Ridge, violation of
state probation.
Charles Folsom, 42,
2812 Stevens Road, Grand
Ridge, principle to obtain
precursor chemicals, pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia.
Jesse Rabon, 29, 2909
Salem Church Road.


Sneads, possession of pre-
cursor chemicals.
Tyler Davidson, 24,
2808 Sandridge Church
Road, Sneads, possession
of precursor chemicals.
Jeremy Dudley, 24,
4357 Dudley Road,
Marianna, driving while
license suspended or
revoked, worthless checks.
Romeo Diaz, 31, 2821
Caledonia St., Marianna,
no valid driver's license.
Russell Seale, 57, 132
Uncle Joes Lane, Alford,
dealing in stolen property.
Gregory Bundy, 50,
1118 E. Sanders St., Lot
402, Dothan, Ala., worth-
less check, hold for Liberty
County.

JAIL POPULATION: 258
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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Blue Springs Society, C.A.R. presents program


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Blue Springs Society of the
National Society Children of the
American Revolution" presented
the program "Blue Springs
Society at Work" at the August
meeting of the William Dunaway
Chapter, Sons of the American
Revolution.
Blue Springs Society is spon-
sored by the- William Dunaway
Chapter, SAR and the Chipola
Chapter of Daughters of the
American Revolution.
Thanking the Sons for their
help during the 2009-2010 year,
Blue Springs Society president
Adrian Schell and vice president
Carly Miller displayed the 16
certificates and two trophies won
at state conference. Of note were
the State Standard of Excellence
trophy and State Standard of
Excellence Tri-color Ribbon cer-
tificate, for which no society had
qualified for in three years; and
the Gold Merit Award certificate.
This is the first year Blue Springs
had qualified to enter either con-
test.
Other wins included first place
in the State Chaplain's contest,
State Treasurer's contest, and
C.A.R. Patriots contests; best
minutes; largest financial gift to a
new society; Most Apple Slice
pins awarded; best program on
the N.S.C.A.R. Children's Room;
tie for first place C.A.R./DAR
relations contest (co-winner Fifer
George Weissenfels Society


Adrian Schell, left, president of the Blue Springs Society of the National Society Children of the
American Revolution, and vice-president Carly Miller, with some of the Society's 16 certificates and
two trophies won at state conference. Contributed photo


insisted Blue Springs take home
the contest's trophy, as they had
won many, trophies over the past
20 years); second place in
American Heritage; third place in
C.A.R./SAR relations and two
membership contests; and honor-'
able mentions for both the Blue
Springs Society yearbook and


the newsletter, "Blue Springs
Bubbles."
Adrian and Carly also told the
group about the member-main-
tained "Kids Helping Kids
Pennies Fund," from which local
children received help last fall by
way of a donation to the Jackson
County Times' "Pennies for


Pencils" campaign; and about the
care packages and hard candy the
local society sent to American
troops in Iraq and Afghanistan,
and cards of appreciation made
for veterans who visit the VA
Clinic in Marianna.
Blue Springs Society members
all belong to the Chipola Junior


American Citizens Club, which
was organized in 2008. Chipola
JAC won several awards in state
and regional contests during the
past two years and placed third in
the nation for community service
for two years in a row.
A part of the community serv-
ice project last year was to show
appreciation for community
helpers.
The children wrote letters of
appreciation to police arid fire
rescue personnel; and they baked
cookies which were hand-deliv-
ered. Patty Suggs Melvin is the
leader for JAC.
Carly talked about "S.O.S. -
Save Our Springs," the state proj-
ect for this year, and invited lis-
teners to the state seminar at
Weeki Wachee Springs on Labor
Day weekend.
Adrian Schell spoke of
"Magnificent Valor: The
Beginnings of Freedom," the
theme of the national society for
this year. 'The national project
will raise funds to restore the
Great Essentials Exhibit at
Independence Hall in
Philadelphia, Pa.
To learn more about the exhib-
it, make reservations for the joint
C.A.R./SAR/DAR Constitution
Day luncheon on Saturday, Sept.
11, at 11:30 a.m. at Jim's Buffet
& Grill in Marianna. Non-mem-
bers, contact Blue Springs
Society Senior President Mary
Robbins at 209-4066 or snoopy-
xii60@hotmail.com.


Back from Jamboree, Pack


170 invites new Cub Scouts


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Cub Scout Pack 170
attended the Boy Scouts of
'America 2010 National
Scout Jamboree the
iQOth Jamboree on July
27. The boys braved the
heat, participated in a vari-
ety of activities and saw
many exhibits from around
the world. '
The families continued
on to Washington, D.C.,
where the boys participated
in the Base Camp 100 for
the BSA. They were given
passports to participate in
the day's events, and.
received pennies marking
the 100th celebration.
Pack 170, chartered by
the First United Methodist
Church of Marianna, kicks
off the 2010-2011 Scouting
year with its first meeting
Friday, Sept. 10, at 6 p.m.
in the church fellowship
hall.
All boys in the first
through fourth grades are
welcome. For more infor-
mation on Scouting, con-
tact the church .at 482-
4502, or Vicky and Tim
Gaffney at 573-2118.


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Long attend the Boy Scouts of America 2010 National Scout Jamboree. Pack 170
welcomes all boys in the first through fourth grades to its first meeting of the 2010-
2011 Scouting year, Friday, Sept. 10, at 6 p.m. in the First United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall. For more information, call 482-4502 or 573-2.118. Contributed
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Pageant to benefit Chipola Family Ministries


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Miss Heart of America Pageant
Program is accepting applications for
its 2011 Jackson County Preliminary
Pageant in Marianna on Saturday.
Every Miss Heart of America pag-
eant is a food drive. As part of their
entry fee, contestants must collect food
items for donation to a local organiza-
tion. The contestant who brings in the
most will be awarded the "Queen of
Hearts" title. Food donated at this pag-


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Ministries.
Only 15 Contestants will be accept-
ed in each of eight divisions: Baby
Miss (0-23 months); Tiny Miss (2-4);
Little Miss (5-7); Petite Miss (8-10);
Junior Miss (11-13); Teen Miss (14-
16); Miss (17-23) and Mrs. (24 and
up).
Winners in each division will receive
a rhinestone crown, monogrammed
sash and entry fee paid to the 2011
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Area businesses may also get
involved. You may donate a door prize,
donate non-perishable food items, or
become a sponsor.
For more information, contact
Sherry Crews at 334-684-6051 or
Carol Doxey at 850-859-2742, or send
an e-mail to sherry@missheartofamer-
ica.com or carol@missheartofameri-
ca.com.


Art Alive adds exhibits from Brogan Museum, Lemoyne Center


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIQAN
The Liberty County Arts
Council's Art Alive 2010
opened Wednesday at
Veterans' Memorial Civic
Center in Bristol.
The exhibit features 59
artists from Liberty County


and surrounding areas with
over 125 pieces of art uti-
lizing a variety of styles
and media: oil, acrylic and
watercolor paintings; wood
carvings, photography,
nuts-and-bolt art, stained
glass, handmade quilts and
more.


The exhibit runs through
Wednesday, Sept. 1, and
many pieces are for sale.
The Mary Brogan
Museum of Art and
Science and LeMoyne
Center for the Visual Arts
have also submitted several
works of art from their per-


manent collections.
Art Alive 2010 is spon-
sored by Liberty County
Board of County
Commissioners.



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Voters stick with their elected officials GOP
commission


By BRENT KALLESTAD
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

TALLAHASSEE If Florida
voters were angry with their state.
legislators, they didn't show it on
Election Day.
Legislative incumbents ruled in
Tuesday's primary, again devour-
ing a long list of challengers.
A Quinnipiac (Conn.) University
poll taken earlier this month
showed only 30 percent of likely
Florida voters gave the Legislature
a favorable job rating.
But they didn't vote them out.
The assistant director of the
Quinnipiac poll, Peter Brown, said
Wednesday that many voters gen-


erally can't identify their state sen-
ator or representative and lean
toward whatever name they may
have heard of most often.
"They get the party behind them
and have more money," Brown said
about incumbent candidates,
adding that most challengers oper-
ate in relative anonymity.
"There's no visibility for these
guys," Brown said.
The closest race was in the
state's Big Bend region where
challenger Jimmie Smith held a
415 vote lead over incumbent Rep.
Ron Schultz, a margin just outside
that which would require an auto-
matic recount. Should Smith's lead
hold up, Schultz would be the lone


legislative incumbent to lose.
Another Republican incumbent,
Rep. John Tobia of Satellite Beach,
held a slight advantage over chal-
lenger Lori Halbert in their central
Florida race. It was also outside the
range that would ignite a recount.
And in some cases it doesn't
take a majority of the vote to win.
Tom Goodson won a four-way
Republican contest with just 31.2
percent of the vote to replace Rep.
Ralph Poppell in a district encom-
passing parts of Brevard and
Indian River counties in east-cen-
tral Florida while Carlos Trujillo
prevailed in a four-way Miami
House race with 32.6 percent of
the vote. Trujillo faces two write-in


candidates on Nov. 2.
On the other hand, former Rep.
Irv Slosberg from Boca Raton
racked up 77 percent of the vote to
earn the Democratic nomination in
his bid for a return to Tallahassee.
He'll face Republican Alison
Rampersad in the general election.
Rep. Ellyn Bogdanoff defeated
Rep. Carl Dbmino to win the GOP
nomination for an open seat being
vacated by Senate President Jeff
Atwater. Bogdanoff will face
Democratic Rep. Kelly Skidmore
in November.
Republicans have a 26-14
advantage in .the Senate and a 76-
44 majority in the House headed
into the Nov. 2 general election.


FLORIDA NEWS BRIEFS..


Man arrested
in alleged
mortgage scam

WEST PALM BEACH
(AP) Authorities have
arrested a man who alleged-
ly sold the same house to.
two different owners and
pocketed the money rather
than paying off the mort-
gage.
Michael Chinloy was
released from Palm Beach
County jail Wednesday on
$20,000 bond. He faces
charges of grand theft and
organized scheme to
defraud. Investigators say
the 46-year-old made at least
$86,000 from the scaro.


One couple said they paid
Chinloy more than
$120,000 in a two-year span
after he promised to. help
them get a mortgage.
Instead, authorities say he
kept the cash and let the
house fall into foreclosure.

Woman charged.
with missing
girl's death

PUNTA GORDA (AP)
- The baby sitter of a 4-
year-old South Florida girl
who disappeared more than
a decade ago has been
charged with the child's,
death.
Authorities have charged


Drugs


tration for the vehicle had expired Aug. 13,
according to a complaint filed by the police
department.
The officer pulled the vehicle over. Garrett
allegedly said she knew the tag was expired,
but did not have the money to have it
renewed.


33-year-old Melissa Jones
- formerly Melissa Cooper
- with aggravated
manslaughter of a child. She
was arrested Monday in
Everett, Wash., and the
Charlotte County Sheriff's
Office is seeking to have her
extradited to southwest
Florida.
Pilar Rodriguez disap-
peared in 1999, when Jones
took her on vacation for two
weeks. Jones reportedly told
authorities that the girl was
beaten by her then-
boyfriend, Keith Wilson. He
has denied any involvement.
Prosecutors at the time
said they didn't have enough
evidence to move forward.
The sheriff's office


Garrett's driver's license was found to be
suspended due to, failure to pay a court fees,
according to the report.
Garrett was reportedly asked to step opt of
the vehicle. The officer asked if she had guns,
knifes, bombs or narcotics on her. Garrett
allegedly replied she, had marijuana and a


reportedly collected new
evidence near a Punta Gorda
home last fall.

Woman charged
with DUI had
child in car

DELRAY BEACH (AP)
-' A Port St. Lucie woman
' charged with driving under
the influence in Delray
Beach reportedly had her 4-
year-old -daughter in the
back seat.
Police, say they pulled
over 47-year-old Teresa
Odom's car Tuesday night
because she was swerving in
and out of lanes on south-
bound Federal Highway.


Officers say she was so
intoxicated that she could
barely stand up. The woman
reportedly told police she
had taken her daughter to a
doctor's, appointment in
Jupiter and was on her way
home to Port St. Lucie.
Officers say she was,
unaware that she was in
Delra"y Beach, driving in the
opposite direction of her
home.
Odom Was arrested and
charged with DUI and child
neglect. She was released
Wednesday on her own
recognizance.
Officers called the child's
father in Port St.. Lucie
Tuesday night to pick the
- girl up.


Continued From Page 1A


Loratab in her purse.
One gram of marijuana and a single pill
were found in her purse.
The .pill was identified through poison con-
trol as hydrocodone, a controlled substance.
Garrett was taken to the Jackson County
Correctional Facility.


candidate

pulls out
STAFF REPORT

The Republican candi-
date for District 4 Jackson
County Commission
announced Wednesday that
he plans to withdraw from
the race.
That means District 4
incumbent Jeremy Branch
wins by default, following
his victory in the
Democratic primary
Tuesday iight.
Shores issued a formal
statement Wednesday out-
lining the reasons for his
decision.
"For personal reasons, I
must end my candidacy for
District 4 County
Commissioner. I would like '
to take the time to thank my
supporters along the way,
and especially my friends
and family for their
thoughts and prayers,"
Shores wrote. "I bid Mr.
Branch congratulations
regarding his primary win,
and wish him well in the
future. I am currently in the
process of making my with-
drawal official via the
Supervisor of Elections
office. Thank you, again, to
my supporters, friends and
family for your understand-
ing."
If Shores makes his for-
mal withdrawal before Sept.
2, neither he nor Branch
will appear on the
November general election
ballot. If he does not sent a
certified letter to the
Supervisor of Elections
office by that date, Branch
and Shores will appear on
the ballot because of the
ballot printing deadline.


Pets Continued From Page A


and other anonymous donators have
given tea and desserts.
"There are a lot of good people in
Marianna that are stepping up,"
Penello said. "It is a worthwhile
cause."
The fire department is preparing din-
ner for 400 people and hopes to sell all
the tickets, Periello said Partners for
Pets could really use the mone>.
Partners for Pets is run bN a board, a'
shelter manager and two assistants. '7-
The board overseas the manage-
ment, makes suggestions and helps to
raise funds for the shelter, according to
'board president Ann Codrick: Codrick
has been with the shelter since 1992,
serving as the vice president for a num-
ber of years.
Codrick said the shelter and board
members have seen a lot of changes in
the last month. Some members have
resigned or moved, leaving vacancies.
The current two-member board is in
the process of adding at least three, and
possibly as many as five more mem-
bers.
The shelter started with volunteers
and was able td expand to three
employees, Codrick said.
The shelter's priority is fixing the air
conditioner. Codrick. hopes the


Stolen


stolen from the Cottondale area,
according to a complaint filed' in
January by. the Jackson County Drug
Task'Force. Seale, the alleged driver of
the vehicle, wasn't able to provide
proof of insurance or registration for
the vehicle. The driver also said he did-
n't know who owned the vehicle.
The vehicle was register to SEC
Universal in Naples.
Seale said he got the vehicle from.
Lagman's home in Cottondale. Seale
said a man named Danny brought the
vehicle to Lagman's home the day


spaghetti dinner and monetary dona-
tions will bring in enough money to
#nake the repairs.
"They have been having a rough
time there this summer," Codrick said.
The shelter had a yard sale fundrais-
er on Saturday to raise some quick
funds. 'The sale brought in $461, said
Codrick. The shelter currently has
approximately 54 cats and 24 dogs,
Q'Quinn said. .
The dogs are housed in covered ken-
nels outside., The kennel uses big fans
during the day. whichh keep the animals
comfortable. O'Quinn is more worried
about the cats. which are kept inside,
the shelter where the heat is sometimes
worse than outside.
The shelter is open for adoptions
Monday through Friday from 8 a.m to
3 p.m., and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to
1 p.m.
Adoption fees are $65 for dogs and
$55 for cats, for animals that are
already spayed or neutered. Those ani-
mals not yet altered cost an additional
$48 to $78 for a security deposit that is
held until proof of spaying or neutering
is provided.
According to O'Quinn, the security
deposit can either be returned to the
adopter as soon as the spay or neuter


before, according to the complaint.
Seale said he was taking the vehicle
to someone's home to see if the person
wanted to purchase it, because Danny
wanted to sell the vehicle.
The day before the traffic stop, Seale
went to Lagman's home and found
Lagman and Danny removing parts
from the vehicle has was stopped in.
Danny said they were selling the parts
and the vehicle. Seale allegedly helped
remove the front bumper of the vehi-
cle. The highway patrol officer made
contact with Lagman the day Seale


Stop.


with principle to obtain pre-
cursor materials, and pos-
session of drug parapherna-
lia.
An investigator with the
Jackson County Sheriff's
Office stopped a vehicle
traveling east on Butler
Road in Marianna for not
making a complete stop at
the intersection of Highway
69, according to a com-
plaint filed by the sheriff's
office.
The investigator made
contact with the driver and
two passengers.
Investigators with the
Jackson County Drug Task
Force were told the passen-
gers, Davidson and Rabon,
had just purchased pseu-
doephedrine at two pharma-
cies in Marianna.
Canine officers with the
Florida Department of
Transportation conducted
an open-air sniff of the exte-
rior of the vehicle and one
of the dogs alerted on the
vehicle, according to the


complaint.
Interviews with the
defendants in the vehicle
indicated Folsom allegedly
picked up Davidson and
Rabon and went to CVS,
where Davidson went inside
and allegedly purchased
pseudoephedrine.
Then, they drove to
Paramore's Pharmacy,
where Davidson allegedly
purchased another box of
pseudoephedrine.
Next, they drove back to
CVS where Jessie Rabon
allegedly purchased a box
of pseudoephedrine.
Folsom allegedly said "he
had an idea that the items
were going to be used for
manufacturing meth," the
complaint stated.
Davidson allegedly said
in an interview that he had
purchased the pills to resell,
and the person he was tak-
ing them to would buy all
the pills Davidson could
bring. He wouldn't say who
the person was he was


bringing them to.
A search of the vehicle
revealed a roll of paper tow-
els with pseudoephedrine
tablets concealed inside the
tube, an unopened box of
pseudoephedrine pills, a
hand tube that tested posi-
tive for meth, and two small
hand torches, according to
the complaint.
The men were arrested
and taken to the Jackson
County Correctional
Facility to await first
appearance.


receipt is received, or it can be refund-'
ed directly to the vet as a portion of
their fee.
, Food is supplied to the shelter byS
Science Diet through a grant. The shel-
ter has to pay shipping on the food,
which costs about $4,000 a year. The
cost is less per pound than buying the
food locally, Codrick said.
However, the shelter keeps a running
wish list of items that can donated. The
iteins include Special Kitty cat litter
(yellow bag at Wal-Mart), dog biscuits,
dog chews, tennis balls,'flea shampoo,
pet vitamins, cleaning supplies, bleach,
dog collars, .six-foot leads, stainless
.steel food bowls, paper towels, dish
detergent, cardboard cat carriers, car
carriers, tarps, nail trimmers and indus-
trial trash bags.
The spaghetti dinner fundraiser will
be on Friday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at
Citizens Lodge off Caverns Road.
Adult tickets are $5 and'children under
12 are $3.
Tickets can be purchased at the event-
or in advance at the following loca-
tions: Partners for Pets, Tommy's Auto
Glass and Kiddie Campus.
Participants are welcome to eat in or
take out the food, according to a flyer
advertising the event.


Continued From Page 1A


was stopped. Lagmpn said he had
removed items from the truck and
would turn the property in question
over to the officer: Highway patrol offi-
cers recovered a front bumper, a truck
tool box, an auxiliary fuel tank and two
tube steps from Lagman's property.
Lagman said in a statement he knew
the property was stolen. The vehicle
was later found to be owned by a man
who now lives in Blue Ridge, Ga. The
man was not aware the vehicle had
been stolen. It was later discovered the
vehicle was stolen in Bay County.


Continued From Page 1A
Davidson was arrested in
2007 for possession of a
concealed weapon, posses-
sion of an alligator without
a permit and possession of
marijuana. He was also
arrested in 2008 for viola-
tion of state probation, and
in 2005 for domestic vio-
lence.
Folsom was arrested in
2006 for possession of
methamphetamine, posses-
sion of less than 20 grams
of marijuana, and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.


James & Sikes Funeral
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4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
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Bazzie Lou
Holloway

Bazzie Lou Holloway, 85,
of Marianna passed away
Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2010, at
the homb of her daughter,
Nancy Brenda Hampton, in
Montgomery, Ala.
A native of Jackson Coun-
ty, Mrs. Holloway was a
member of the Grace Bible
Church and came to the
Lord in July 1984.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Theo Barnard Holloway Jr.;
and her parents, James M.
and Nancy Josephine Mayo
Shores.
Survivors include two
daughters, Nancy Brenda
Hampton and husband,
Pastor Barry Hampton, of
Montgomery, and Onita
Solberg and husband Sven,
of Orlando; three sons,
Wayne Holloway and wife
Sherry, of Marianna, Pres-
ton Holloway and wife
Elyse, of Fairhope, Ala.,
And Lloyd Holloway of
Alford; seven grandchil-
dren; and two great-
grandchildren.
The funeral service will
be 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug.
28, at Maddox Chapel, Pas-
tor Barry Hampton officiat-
ing. Interment will follow
at Pinecrest Memorial Gar-
dens, James & Sikes Funer-
al Home Maddox Chapel
directing.


The family, will receive
friends 5 to 7 p.m. Friday,
Aug. 27, at Maddox Chapel.
In lieu of flowers, please
make contributions to
Grace Bible Church, 20 Ce-
cil Lane, Montgomery, AL
36109.


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

Ronald M.
Pillick

Mr. 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
will be 10 a.m. Thursday,
Aug. 26, in the Sunland
United Chapel, Chaplain
Ruth Moore officiating. In-
terment will follow in the
Riverside Cemetery.
There will be a time of re-,
membrance one hourprior
to service.
A special thanks to Mr.
Pillick's. guardian, Ms.
Tammy Bragg, for her care
and support over the years.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Homne is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
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A MEDIA GENEmRAL NEWSPAPER


SPORTS


'f THURSDAY




'Da.wgs to duel with Dolphins


Editor's note: The
Floridan's Fall Football
Preview section will be in
Friday's edition of the paper
Videos of all four Jackson
County varsity football coaches
will be found at www2.jcflori-
dan.com/sports on Friday as
well.
By DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Marianna Bulldogs take
the field for the first time this sea-
son Friday night in a preseason
kick-off classic in Panama City.
The Bulldogs waste little time
jumping into the deep end, as
they face the 4A Mosley
Dolphins.
Marianna coach Steve DeWitt
said even though it's a bit unusu-
al to schedule a bigger school to
start the season, he felt the
Mosley matchup would benefit
his team.
"(Mosley ) coach (Perry)
Brown called me early on and
asked if I wanted to do that, and I
felt like it would do us good," the
coach said. "You always want
something positive to happen in
the preseason, and I thought that
happened in the spring.
"We played a 4A school from
Alabama in the spring and did
well. So I said let's go see what
we can do against Mosley."
The Bulldogs defeated 4A
Northview in their spring scrim-
mage back in May.
On Friday, they'll take on a
Dolphins squad that is greater in
numbers, but similar in style.
"They have about 45 on their
roster, but their offense looks
similar to ours with a fullback


Marianna's Jaren Bannerman (58) talks to his defensive teammates before a play during a Bulldogs practice on Tuesday in Marianna.
The Bulldogs will play a preseason kickoff classic against the Mosley Dolphins on Friday in Panama City. Mark Skinner/Floridan
and two wings," DeWitt said. miss a beat. And they'll be very will be good for us." ing quarterback, starting. full-
"They'll run a lot of the same big and very strong. We're going The Bulldogs are coming off of back, its two best offensive and
things on offense that we do. to 'have to play well. They'll be a a 5-5 season in 2009, and had to defensive linemen, and its best
"The difference is they're able good football team, and they'll replace 15 seniors from that defensive back.
to put 11 new ones on defense give us a good idea of where we team.
when they change out and not are at the start of the season. It Marianna is replacing its start- See DAWGS Page 10 A >


Lady Tigers start season

with breakthrough win'


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

It may not have courited for
the regular season standings,
but the Graceville, Lady Tigers
volleyball team scored a monu-
mental victory Tuesday night in
Chipley.
Following two consecutive
winless seasons the first two
years of the Graceville program
- the Lady Tigers came out on
the winning side for the first
time in a preseason classic
against Bethlehem.
The Lady Tigers dropped the
first set.of the match, then came
back to win the next two, the
last by a score of 15-13, to take
the victory.
After the win, the Graceville
coaches and players could hard-
ly contain their excitement.
"If I was to say it was an
explosion of joy, that would be
an understatement," Lady
Tigers coach Bob Bloomer said
Wednesday. "Normally, we go
to McDonald's on game night,
so this time we just called it a
celebration dinner.
"Most of my girls are kind of
loud, but they took it to a new


level (Tuesday night)."
Graceville will play again in
Chipley tonight against FAMU
in the final night of the tourna-
ment.
None of the games in Chipley
count towards the teams' regu-
lar season records. Bloomer
said that didn't mean anything
to him.
"It counts to me. I'm counting
it," the coach joked. "It was
great because you go through
the growing pains, and other
coaches told me it would be the
third year before we could start
expecting to win games. Of
course, that didn't satisfy me
previously, but we've worked
hard to get here.
"We don't have a feeder pro-
gram. There's no middle school
doing it, so the girls go into the
ninth grade and basically start
from scratch. But four of our
starters are in their third year
playing and you can tell. The
experience is starting to show."
Bloomer said he still felt that
his team could play much better
than it did Tuesday, but he was
pleased with the adjustments his
See WIN, Page 10A .-


With opener looming, Meyer has concerns
BY MARK LONG
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


GAINESVILLE Maybe it's
youth. Mlabe' it's injuries.
Maybe's it's paranoia or possibly
a dose of reality.
Whatever the case, Florida
coach Urban Meyer has concerns
about his team. The fourth-
ranked Gators are a little more
than a week away from their sea-
son opener, and Meyer sounds
like he just watched a replay of
last year's Southeastern
Conference championship game.
"I'm hitting the panic-button a
little bit," Meyer said this week.
"We've got to get better faster
than what we are right now."
Meyer's, worries stem from
injuries to his offensive and
defensive lines, resulting in
inconsistency from both units,
and several highly touted fresh-
men failing to meet expectations.
He says it's typical for coaches
to be a little cautious this time of
year, especially after putting
players through grueling, two-a-
day practices in 90-degree heat
and then hoping they won't wilt.
He also may have gotten a little
spoiled watching Tim Tebow,
Brandon Spikes and others sail
through practices this time last
year.
Back then, Meyer had an entire


In this file photo, Florida coach Urban Meyer directs players on the
sideline during the Orange and Blue spring football game in
Gainesville. Phil Sandlin/Associated Press


two-deep roster returning from a
national title team, and his
biggest .problem was finding
ways to avoid complacency.
Now, the Gators are trying to.
solidify starters, identify play-
makers and unify an' inexperi-


enced team that -has nearly 70
freshmen and sophomores.
Injuries have made it difficult.
Left tackles Matt Patchan and
Xavier Nixon have missed signif-
See MEYER, Page 1OA '


Dolphins hope new defensive coordinator leads to an improved defense


BY STEVEN WINE
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MIAMI Shortly after Mike
Nolan joined the Miami Dolphins
last January as defensive coordi-
nator, he met for lunch with his
new boss, coach Tony Sparano.
They had. no trouble finding
things to talk about.
"We were deep into dinner by
the end of that thing," Sparano
recalls. "It was four or five hours
probably."
The primary topic of conversa-
tion: Defensive philosophies. The
two coaches wanted to mesh the
Dolphins' scheme of 2009 with
what Nolan had done as a coordi-
nator for five NFL teams, includ-
ing Denver last year.
Their meeting laid the founda-
tion for a revamping of a defense
that has been the Dolphins'
strength through most of the past
decade. Sparano and football czar
Bill Parcells decided an overhaul
was needed after the Dolphins
allowed 349 yards per game last
year, their worst average since
1989. Even Miami's 1-15 team in
2007 did better.
"When you look back at us, we
gave up too many big plays a
year ago, no question about it,"
Sparano says. "That has to be
fixed."


Miami allowed 15 touchdowns
of 20 yards or more, third-worst
in the NFL. The breakdowns
were a big reason the Dolphins
slipped to 7-9 after making a sur-
prising run to the AFC East
championship in 2008, the first
year of the Parcells regime, and
they're counting on an improved
defense to help them return to
title contention this season.
While the trade to acquire Pro
Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall
made the biggest offseason head-
lines for the Dolphins, turnover
on the defensive side also was
significant.
Thirtysomethings Joey Porter,
Jason Taylor and Jason Ferguson
are gone, and the Dolphins devot-
ed seven of their eight draft
choices to defense. That includes
the top picks, end Jared Odrick
and outside linebacker Koa Misi,
both of whom lined up with the
first team from the start of train-
ing camp. The hope is that a
younger defense will have more
staying power.
As .Nolan experiments with
changes in scheme and person-
nel, he says it's a bit like being a
chemist.
"You're just stirring everything
up and seeing what kind of
explodes and what doesn't," he
says.


Misi is one of three new
starters at linebacker, with pass-
rush specialist Cameron Wake
trying to prove he can be an
every-down player, and Karlos
Dansby takes over on the inside
as the team's biggest free-agent
acquisition. Randy Starks, who
had seven sacks at end last year,
switched to nose tackle to replace
Ferguson.
The Dolphins will still play the
3-4 scheme preferred by Parcells,
but Nolan is giving defenders
more freedom, and there will be
more players involved in rushing
the quarterback.
"There's a lot of excitement,"
Dansby said. "We're trying to fly
around. We've got a chance to be
great. That's our goal."
One objective is more take-
aways. Miami's 21 last year tied
for fifth-fewest in the league.
"We need to force turnovers
and have an aggressive mindset
when we get the ball in our
hands," Sparano says.
Consistency is another goal.
Lapses in the secondary proved
especially costly in 2009, with
Miami giving up 57 completions
of 20 yards or more, third-most in
the league.
Opponents exploited mistake-
prone free safety Gibril Wilson
and rookie cornerbacks Sean
T


In this file photo, Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Mike
Nolan runs linebacker Koa Misi, left, and defensive end Jared
Odrick through drills during training camp in Davie. Wilfredo
Lee/Associated Press


Smith and Vontae Davis. Smith
and Davis are expected to benefit
greatly from a year of experience,
and Wilson has been replaced by
unproven second-year pro Chris
Clemons.
More personnel changes are
likely as Nolan's philosophy
takes hold.
"The scheme that we have is


pretty versatile," he says. "It's a
3-4, but it'll tilt 4-3 sometimes
and do whatever we have to do. I
think that's critical, because as
free agency treats you and as the
season with injuries will treat
you, you have to adjust. A bad
answer would be 'I can't do that,
because I don't have the guy to
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Dear Annie: I have three sisters, but the one
who was my best friend in the whole world
was "Michele."
Nine years ago, I found Michele and my
husband of 19 years in bed together. They both
said, "It's not what you think," but really,
Annie, they were both naked in the bed. There
was no mistaking what they were doing. I lost
both my sister and my husband in one day,
and I haven't spoken to either of
them since. My ex-husband moved
out of state, but I cannot look at
Michele without feeling betrayed.
For nine years, my mother has I t
been after me to forgive and forget.
Am I wrong for still holding a lA
grudge? Michele sees my daughters
and tells them she misses me, and
my kids are friendly with her children.
They say she gets drunk and cries all the
time. But I simply cannot be around her. She
is dead to me. Should I forgive and forget? -
Hurt and Confused
Dear Hurt: Has Michele apologized to you
for her terrible behavior? Do you miss having
her in your life? Michele sounds remorseful,
but without a direct apology, the rift cannot
heal. And if she has an alcohol problem, it
could partially explain her self-destructive
behavior, although it's no excuse. Hanging
onto bitterness and anger hurts you, as well as
Michele. Please examine your feelings and
decide if you'd like a repaired relationship. If
so, working on forgiveness can be worthwhile.
(Forgetting is probably unrealistic.) We recom-


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Bridge is such a great game because, inter alia, deals that at
first glance look similar may require different plays.
Today's deal bears some resemblance to yesterday's, but it fea-
tures a different theme.
North, with 10 of his 11 points in his short suits, sensibly
decided to eschew Stayman and jump straight to three no-trump.
(Note that four hearts can be defeated: diamond lead, club shift,
heart ace, diamond ruff, cash a club.)
Against three no-trump, West naturally led the club three,
fourth-highest from his longest and strongest: four, seven, 10.
Declarer played a low spade to dummy's queen, feigning one
finesse, then called for the heart jack, feigning a second finesse.
East, hoping his partner was about to take the trick with the heart
queen, played low. But now South led a spade to his king and
shifted to diamonds to establish nine tricks: three spades, one
heart, three diamonds and two clubs.
East was caught napping. West, from his club-three opening
lead, had to have at most five clubs. So, if South had the club
king, the contract was probably impregnable. If, though, West
had that king, there wasn't a moment to waste. East should have
grabbed the third trick with his heart ace and returned the club
nine (higher of two remaining cards). Then, when declarer played
a diamond, East could have won with his other ace and led his
last club. The defenders would have taken one heart, one dia-
mond and three clubs for down one. No-trump contracts usually
develop into this kind of race, where timing is critical.


mend having a neutral third party, such as a
clergyperson or counselor, act as a mediator if
you decide to try.
Dear Annie: After 13 years with the man I
love, we found we are pregnant. We are ecstat-
ic! My pregnancy is high risk, and my doctor
has ordered me not to lift anything over five
pounds. He also is limiting exercise.
I'm now five months along. The problem is,
I am getting rude comments about my weight
from friends, family and co-workers.
Last week, a lady at church com-
\ mented on how I need to be care-
5 ful because I'm getting "way too
7 1 4 big." My mother-in-law said she's
concerned I'm eating too much.
V-" \\ Annie, I'm watching my diet
S./ \ closely because I cannot exercise. I
\ have gained 16 pounds, all belly
weight, and my doctor says it's
fine. My doctor also said the rea-
son I look large is partially due to the fact
that I am very short. Please remind your read-
ers that it's never OK to comment on a
woman's weight, especially when she's preg-
nant. Not Fat
Dear Not: We marvel at the audacity of peo-
ple who think they are entitled to voice their
opinion about anyone's size, particularly that
of a pregnant woman. The polite response is,
"Thank you for your opinion. I'm happy to
give you my doctor's phone number if you
want to discuss it with him."

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The assistance you require to
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It might start out to be a ho-
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in a happy frame of mind that will
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day.
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You're likely to discover that
something in which you've been
involved for a while has a much
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one who is in charge of an impor-
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truly isn't up to the task call the
shots.
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It's a sound strategy to confine
confidential information only to
those who are involved with the
matter. If you tip your hand to
someone who personally wants
you to fail, you may not like the
results.
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you'll do the same for them.
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conveyor systems, and preventative maintenance identification. 303-9727 Interview clothes? C'dale City Limits
Will train to operate, diagnose problems, an maintain many A erti n New job clothes? $650/mo w/approved
Will train to operate, diagnose problems, and maintain many Don't Pay Full Price! credit. 334-714-9553
different production machines. Schedule for more than 40 hours Dogs can't' be hePlace for 3/1 house, 2/1 & 2/2
weekly and have basic personal tools. Seeking energetic team Deaaer.com Coupons & Deals $450-$500MH for rent inC'dale, Lots-
players to assist in reaching production goals. Shop with bea t! t 4393/209-4516 nE S2p
DealTaker.com NOW HIRING Includes 2 ponds,
DRUGFREE.WORKPLACEI CASHIERS 3/1 house in Grand stocked. With
SS Handimart Stores Ridge $600/mo +$600 Artesian Well. At
needed'for Jackson Hospital Competitive pay, dep 850-592-5571 the end of Golfview
A t D ,* Ortho Clinic. RN, LPN, MA or Surg. Tech. paid vacation & Austin Tyler & Assoc Dr., Olympia Spa,
No Call, No Weekends, Benefits. benefit package. Quality rentals 4 Mi. from
Fax resume to: 850-482-0018 or email to: EOE. Sangaree Oil 850- 526-3355 Country Crossing
ortho@jackhosp.org Co., 850-482-5241 "Property Mgmt is 160 000
our ONLY Business"
Salesman Needed Beatiful Hill Top hm.
fP:_~\ | | I $300/wk + comm. 4/2 on 15 ac. located mtraain
--:- i Constuction know at 4482 River Rd. 6/10 n
S Iedge required, from Hwy. 90 & Jef-
long hrs. Call ferson, quiet
Chipola Nursing Pavilion and 850-747-8515 nieghborhoodat end
ipola Nursing ailon and of dead end street
Retirement Center, Marianna, FL Pharmaceutical/ $1100. moRiv. 850-526-
is accepting applications for Biotechnology 4447 or 850-718-7390
MLS and 6-9 yrs progressively responsible exp. in public library the following positions:
setting, 3-5 yrs. of administrative & supervisory duties. 1 :. S RI DealTaker.com Mobile Homes ATs
Must be a licensed RN by the State of Clothing Store for Rent A
Must have valid FL drivers license prior to employment. Florida and have knowledge of CQI, Coupons and Deals '03 Kawasaki Prairie
trying aay 17 OBRA guidelines, MDS and RAPS. Will Shop with 2/1 in Alford, window ATV 4x4 360 cc
Starting Salary: $31,497 be responsible for directing the overall DealTaker.com A/C, $375 850- 579- camo paint excel
nursing operation of the facility in 4622/ 209-1664/573- cond $2500 256-529-
Saccordance with resident's needs, realestate 1851 0599
ompany policy.ons and dentiforent 2/1 MH in Grnwd 2003 Club Car Cus-
c p .$425 CH/A, water/ tomized Golf Cart For
HS graduate, 1-2 yrs exp in fire protection. Must be certified "JTIfJ. ,,, .Im, urids..:I sewer/ garb, Sale. Red exterior
EMT, FF cert. preferred, certified in CPR. Must have valid Will be responsible for the overall lawncare incl. 850- with red and white
FL driv ersicens pi rtoe m ent MDS/PPS process with timely and pr a 569-1015 D leather seats. Rear
FL drivers license prior to employment, accurate transmission. Management of 2/2 Located btwn GR seats fold down.
Medicare residents. Insure appropriate & Sneads water/ 36301 (334)791-7180
Starting Salary: $23,947 documentation. Must have knowledge ofj garb. incl. $350/mo $2,800.00
MDS/PPS/RAPS process Apartments- 850-573-0308. 6X12 enclosed trailer
Evr mn lSrcT IFurnished 2/2 MH for rent in w/1 side door & dbl
Must'have experience in food service man C'dale area $295/mo doors in back $1900
HS grad, some exp driving stick shift, 2 yrs exp in building agement. Degree and certification prefer Edgewood Apts. 1 BR $295 dep. 405-615- new cond. 850-933-
trades, landscaping, recreation oraintenance work. Must red, Will be responsible for the duplex apts. Free 1099 9228/643-8312
trades, landscaping, recreation or maintenance work. Must daily aspects of dietary operations along cable/laundry/H20/ 2 & 3 BR MH C'dale. Honda '06 Rancher 4-
hav valid FL drivers license prior to employment, with the certified dietary manager and garb/sewage 850- $500&up H20/garb/ wheeler 4x4 w/ 4x8
ave valid FL drivers license prior to employment. dietician. Must maintain compliance with 592-4793. sewer incl. http:// trailer, only 878 mi.
Starting Salary: $20,591 all governmental regulations, state and www.charloscountry exc. cond. $3500. 334-
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S" w r k '4868/209-8847 Suzuki t08 Quad 400
E i e O r r1t e'reworking3/2 on lac., $700/mo 4Wheeler w/several
HS grad with some exp driving heavy equipment. Class B CDL. for you 1st & sec. 850-579- extras$3500 850-
-Must have valid FL drivers license prior to employment.8 9387.-
Starting Salary: $18,074- JACKSON COUNTY Boats

HS grad with 1-2 yrs of institutional exp in preparing FLORIDAN CLASSIFIEDS
food in Ig quantities. Must have valid FL LABOR DAY DEADLINES
drivers license prior to employment.. LABO R DAY DEADLINES 1994 Chaparral 225
SLC Sport,Volvo
Starting Salary: $17,236.00 Penta II, bimini, galv
FRIDAY 09/03 trailer, Stored inside.
$10,950. Call
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Bass Cat 20' 9"
H/ R Dept., 2864 Madison St., Marianna, FL 32448. SUNDAY 09/05 200 HP Mercury
Optimax. Matching
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Fisher'01 Hawk 18' j Concord Coachman Your Home away
Class 2, with 115 i FLEETWOOD '05 '05 Motor Home. from Home'01 99' Mercury Grand Lincoln Congression
Mercury outboard I t5. -- M P--r.,.ir AX6, 5th wh, 23' long 2700 mi. Ultimate Freedom Marquis "limited al Town Sedan 03'
motor with trailer, 2 -- 36.r 4 .lides, large Take over payments. 40 ft. Winnebago 1 edition" land roof, 142K mi. white w/
fish finders, trolling -- show 30/50AMP I 850-593-5103 owner garage ept leather, all power, tan leather top,
motor, access ladder, ] PROUNE '83 $27,000'OBO 334-695- only 54K mi. Kitchen keyless entry, tinted, seats, loaded $6500.
Bemini, AM/FM ra V BOTTOM 90HP Seacraft '89 20ft 4995, 334-687-7862 Cruise Master LE, '05, & living rm w/slide See it is to love it 334-693-2274
di, on board charg, Johnson motor, good I 7T36ft workhorse chas- with luxurious leath- $7500. OBO
Son oarn rd Center Console,boat, 2006KZ Sport07T lT sis 8.1 gas engine, erseating. Spacious Call 334-8 2134
cover, very well kept solid boat w/trailer motor & trailer, 95 ToyHauler 35'Bumper er 27 kmi., no sink, 7kw storage w/basemento t
er 27' Long. Exc Cond 22kmiAutomatic/350
inder shelter. S3500 695-2228 225HP Johnson Mtr, Pull, I slide out NADA Valued aS22K gen. 3 s, SAT, 2 TV, 2 model w/ side X side (Silver) sell as is
$14,000. 334-685-7319 -_ Dual Axle Tr. w/ Sleeps 6 Fully cont. Asking $17,900 A/C, auto leveling, R frig, dishwasher, 5500. OBO
Fisher '06 Crappie rra, es,wh., runs $13,500 334-726-4905 334-792-7729 cam. Roadmaster washer & dryer & a 3 00
Special. Has Mercury o.e ll. very clean,. tow/brake system, co ortble Q bed334774-915
60 motor. 21.1 Greatsl condo. $5,500. MMofitala 03' 5t h tow/brake system, comfortable Q bed. _
hrs.on.mtr.Trolling .ca c .$5500 4 2slsw/0' Chev. 05Jeep Wrangler King dome in motion Corvette 88'Stingray MAZDA '01 Sver
motorfish finder, 24r 91um2bia, AL l2500HD diese4x4 Unlimited, 41k mi, satellite & more pow. convertibje108Kmi. Millenia, Runs Great!
oe mbia, AL -D diesel 4 Auto air, 6 cyl, 75k erthan you will need BMW'05, 325 Sedan, 347913081 152K miles Loaded!
Seado RXP05Jet 39,500334-3474228 w/jeep, $60k without w/ 350 Cummings Blue w/tan leather,
live we 3222 w a R analCat Seado RXP '05, Jet 39,500 334-347-42286k eone ,Corvette9485K mL $4,000 OBO
334-793-2226 Randall Craft Ski, 60 hrs, very jeep, both in great Diesel eng. Onan die- 36k mi one owner Corvette 94' 85K m08
Gheenoe Camo 13' Fbeglass16 Bass clean, life jacket & Outback 04' 29FB-S cond. selling due to sel generator, only No paint work, blue, original car like 706-761-2089
w/trailer.2HP mtr.32 Boat W/70 hp Engine cover inc. $5500 850- all alum. structure, health. 850-352-2810 $98,495. So Much $16,900 new cond. $11,500. Mazda'04 RX8,
# thrust trolling mtr Tt & Trim, 2 live 527-4455 n super glide 5th wh. Mor!! You must come 334-685-6233 OBO 334-618-9322 or 4 doors, moon roof,
$1500 Firm 334-793- wells, trolling motor, 2008 5th wheel, hitch / short bed Damon 2000 Ultra and see!!!! 850-849- 334-596-1790 custom rims, new
3432 Night: 677-5606 great condition. 1979 Stratos '99 273 Keystone Laredo $20000334-726-6594 Sport. Cummins 2634 or 850-638-1703 Cadac91 Broug tires, 58k miles, great
model boat & engine Intimidator, 17ft bass RL29. $22,500 obo. diesel. 12K mi.slide, ham Delegance Cond., wonderful car,
$1,800. Call 4648514 Johnson 150HP, like ew, 1 slide Call Sabre Palamin Leveling jacks, diesel RVs/Camers asking$1,000. C
or 334-393-2110 $6500. 334-596-1694 Mike (334)791-0318. '08, 28ft 5th wheel gen. 52K 334-701- 113 miles, driven
camper, 3 slides, 7787 or 706-681-5630 F Wanted daily, absolutly34-995
Ranger 06 Reata 210 CARRIAGE '02 many extras, clean, perfect, $5500. OBO 334-393-9959
Fish & ski boat, like CAMEO 30ft 2 sls sacrifice@ $ 29k 850- '06 Travel Trailers C50-535.-672 or Mazda6 o 4-dr.
new, gag e, CAMEO 30ft. 2 slides 593-5675'06 Trave85 20 25 w e s ar top.
new, garage kept, will kept includes for sale, self con- 850 2602625 sdan, grey. auto.
maybe used 12 super slide hitch tained 334-793-4438 Cadillac '94 Seville CD, power opton.
S s t 17 1 ft. imeCs, M asking 20,000 334-687-9983 i or 334-793-4448 SLS 100K me all pow- ie new. 69 07
Center console '95, 334-797-4576 5th '06 Fleetwood 2- r. nw res. 2.500 DODGE 09 Dodge or 334
75 hp T&T Merc, slides, with 07' CALL 334-6935503 Challenger Garage
54 lb troll motor, r O Damon '99 Daybreak Silverado 250 work Chevrolet '02 Kept, 5.7 Liter, Hemi. Mercedes '73 450 SL
galvanized Trl and A l 34', 36K mi. Ford truck as package Corvette. Garage Blue w/20 inch Facto- Convertible
more. One owner, rSA N ice!2007 Chassi. Triton V10 payoff $36,000 kept, very good con- rychrome wheels. 6 (hard/soft top)
very good condition rt uga Sand 2006, 18 3Uper nicel mtr Generator, new 334-470-8454 edition. Custom ex- speed manual. An $12,000 OBO 904-368-
$6,700 Negotia O SA, N 34 Copper Canyon awning, stabilizer haust. $15,000. Must EyeCatcher, selling 1153 Leave msg
3347749139 Excellent condition. NANCE ats 8, ex. 5th wheel. 2-slide 25K334-406-9777 KeystoneCougar01 see. 334-798-4346. to buy aboat 12, 500
33 930 B9o- ilencom t i.NANCE, Seats 8, 4 7 ex., Carri Cameo '05 outs. Lg. rear LR 5th wh. 28 ft slide- miles, 2 door, Like Mercedes 82' 380SL
arier 0 Boat raer compete g. su ck, s torage- 32ft. 3-slides, 2-A/C, w/entertainment Fleetwood Bdr '07 out, CH&A, micro- CHEVROLET '08 New condition, Blue 93K mi. H/S tops
tor 4hp, low hrs. runs ed.5,00 walk-throh trans- 5.5 K Generator, center, cabinet, built 3-sd loaded CH&A wave, TV, am/fm cd Corvette convertible, exterior, Charcoal in- halk brown
great. short shaft OyO -055R L platform, Mernonsk ti loaded,no smoke, no in radio & dvd, fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 radio, $10,000. see at Black, loaded, exc. terror, ABS, a/c, PWRS/B, windows,
421 Roya l 05 ROYAL Max 2tform, HP V6 trai- pets, Exc. Cond. surround system, gas, 5,900 mi. $100k Alabama Wildwood cond., garage kept alarm, am/fm, buck- ant auto, AC, up-
itro '07 640 Loaded! 169SS, 6HP 4 stroke, er, cover. NICE $29,900.334-714-4001 dinnett/kitchenett, OBO 334-898-1201 camp ground in $48,000. 334-692-5624 et seating, CD, graded sound system,
Been in water maybe low rs, loaded, $14,995. (253)229- Plarg bedro.m. O slevile 334 59 cruise, driver airbag, car cover & top stor-
10 times.n95 Mercury ready to fish, 8500 Champion '89 Travel Pra[e bath. Ful, ~ -- .695or 33.1 791 363 passengerairbag, PL, agerack, clean,well
Motor $10,500 $12,500, 334-685-3226 Tae Trailer, roof air, Iur r,, r. OnlyI P, P $32,2 mainline w e
229-220-1910 clean. Cail$lS200u00 25.000. 33F4-792-Cjl':' RIVER CANYON'ss-PS, PW; $32,200 maintained w/re-
2229-220- 0 5 s 28.597-140 85 o 334-805059 wh 36'. 3 Sldes. (334)635-7831 cords. $14,200. 334-
394 7258 Ja. -.s 39. -ry nice. cute'r bed.7
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3 1ft.Oniedu ter, ipl, Much More'bMercedes '96 520,
P O ou._n -ide 1.- Reduc,:ed to 20.000! Chevrolet 71 El owner, mint cond.,
Triton 2009 Explorer entr e .850-509-14861 Camino.Good cond. $6000. firm.,
PONTOON BOAT '84 Trition orer -trcee 08r00-8 Needsminorwork.eds c no406f7wo0
24th f HPJoh Saino n a t ';oat abrn ia To- mucl besk f8r winOuterit. C,-nrnr. $5500 0K 0334 699- k 99.Stratus, 3 07530
Motor, Good 30' 2 cylYarinar de- Make otMer.r outd-oor .mtove. elec. Holiday Rambler- Walersports 0 1366 or 797 6925 Automatic, 4 cyl.,
Condition,w/traler ', 2 cy334-9831502 or awning, 28" flat '96 37' Endeavor LEloaded. ony F5.000
$3,500 695-2228w sel eng. Very low hrs 334-983-1502 or n ,
00a______s 478- 4 D n 40 screen TV, $26,000 V8 Gas 460, 70,800 Chevy'00 Cavalier m.
9 less than 250 Roller 478-731-0194 Dutchmen 40 ft. 80229-310-7252 I m JET SKI 09'VX Cr1is1- exc.||cond. I
Wecra 88' 23 urngbin headOBO 229-310-7252 miles, rear camera, JET s exc condGreyn $4100. 334-7907959
Welcra 88'23 ft. furling, bimin, head, Tra vel Trailer o'06 Onan generator, er, approx 11 hrs. color, new tires,
Center couel, 225 micro, fr keCLAS S 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, Travel Trailer new tires, wood with tnaler & access $2000. 334-794-4996.
Johnsonoutboard. cond. Docked Snug 2 Slideouts Loaded Great for 2 people and ceramic tile series $7500. OBO
$45700. in electronics. Harbor slip B-6. 334- ORK!! 2i Loaded, Good Condition. flooring, marble 334-798-3352 Chev 05' Impala tan
Sale $7,000. 334-235- 673-0330. REDUCED W ORK Like new. $20,250. $750., 334-618-6589 counter top. corner n co or 68.200K mi I Mer -en03
2, 1 3.o 334.406 4555 call between 8a-8p glass showr owner, good cond hte pear
S20.500 negrctiable trans $on 5 850265d32 & Ext. w/camel leather
S 8)5; 3 113 r 850 20I2 Ford 0 3 Epediion, Sun roofpoer
Eddie Bauer edition sunshade. 6-scCD
Monoco Knight '06,. fully loaded. tan changer. $1,545
Save $25K or more. lea.ner. moor, roof. 334 718-5251
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 C VD player. t
mi, many upgrades options. 90k iles Nissan '05 AItma, 2.5
$159,700.850-866- $1 .499. 334-435-076 S, 5 speed.32k mi
2774 Ca.erRlike nevvREDUCED
k$10.900 850-482-2994
REDUCED Montana Chevy '08 HHR
'05 5th Wheel, 4 4-Wheel Drive Etra Clean. EtraMaxima
slides, king bed,D Low Miles. Loaded, 38K mi.. I owner 3.5
exc. cond. $27,000 All Auto Beadtiful SL, pearl white
850-547-2808 2009 Sportsmen 202 Rd $13.700 -$18,425 taking offers
SLE Travel Trailer. 334-792-0394 Ford'04 Mustang. 334-445-1666 or 334
2 4x6 oriental rugs, Custom made cur- GARAGE WORK Maplewood compute SOLID OAK DRESSER- 22.5" in total length Chevy'08 Impala, Automatic, Loaded
both for 140 850- trains w/coice, TABLE- /DESK eresk$30 850-866- drawers and UVW of 3844bs. LIKE NEW! 65k miles, Like New! Pontiac '07 GGT
866-1700 pink/blue 82x84 $50 28X80w/drawers $10 1700 W/MIRROROB $275 Easy to pull. Over- E k m 0-7959 Low mileage, SUPER
$20/ermaor$30for end 3X68$95 8505- L(c8rneAlt0)592-25(50d (7U-s Eyl$200down,c 259 per $8,500 334-790-7959 Low mileage, SUPER
mermaid end ta- 850-569-2770 (850)5922507 MICROSUEDE CHAIR- (850)592-2507 sized -shapedd month. Call Ron Ellis SHARP, Sunroof $200
MICROSUEDE CHAIR- nette that slides out. 334 714 0028 down, $249 ro. Call
bles & I coffee table Desk-corner st le Gold/Glass makeup Butterscotch color SOLID OAK KING Queen bed. Moving 334 0028 w 2n i all
$150 for all 3 850- with 4 she s ike table w/mirror $15 $100 (850)592-2507 HDBD- W/MIRROR, R-VISION 2006 Trail and must sell. Chevy '71 El Camino.
700 nw $30. 80-4- 850-866-1700 R MATTRESS $400 Lite, 26 ft., fully (334)300-1122 350 Engine. $7500 ,Pontiac G-6 GT 0
4-arm Clothing racks, 3633 OLDIE Jelly Cabinet or Pie 1/3 RECOADERS DIGES33 (850)592-2507 loaded, like new, $9,900.00 850594-3282
cehTm$ frh EY HS-MANY Cabinet or Pie 1/3 R.5EADE(850)592-2507 Stroller for 2, O" lkept. 15.000. B
motes, chrome fini, DISNY cr MAt N5deA L225 t i low mileage $42K Jeep '05 Wrangler X W -'l h oeg
$25/ea or $60 for all $3A00LL sS85 264 26 l o ld W5(85)32-ca0iu Stroller for 2, 080 334-616-6508 4X4 Must See! Red,.k34 566
3. 850-209-4281 (850)592-2507 Old WW 32 calibur Evenflo, liPS,AC, AT, Tilt W, CD 334 -796 6613
4 complete windows Display shelf.unit Jinny Lind Crib, nice pistol $300850-569- 850-526-3426 Scenic Cruiser 37 ft. AC, AT, Tilt W, CDMtng
e 9 6 CYCb $3k in extras. Silepowerdrs, Toyota 05'P
for MH 30x54, $20/ea metal, 4 sides, ad- condition $75 850- 2194 Stuffed/Mounted Immaculate cond. mickey Thompson r. d es, Ignt be
850-594-1024 just.shelves $35 850- 526-3426 MEGAJUICER-al- Barracudda32 lng,on tires, mi, 3rd Chevy 6mpaa35 Leather. Good tires, color god cod.
850-594-1024 just.5shelves $35850- 526-3426 OMEGA JUICER-eai Barracudda3'86 long, loaded w/options DEH, Adult owned small block wall CD player,1341k$3850 $14,500. 334596-4902

Air Mattress$15, 526-342Kenmore gas dryer, ost ne, retails 35850-866-1700 must see!! comes $17,500 Show Cond. Ca 334-791-6485
Heavy weght slep- Dolph. in g table Ig cap. good cond. $249. $35 ith'07 Jeep. D an
e Turntable System, $58500 334-803-3397 4-300 12 Black, 53k, ExI. Cond,



COVE bg T$10Fill wDi lss $75 OBt Ladies0lOfO lub-s0 (850)592-2507 21or Wi nn e ra 334-300-6112 flow Masterd29B 6 0 e $17.st 9 MustL e al l 3
3426 8 -270 850-866-1700 6977 before 7pm Quilters Floor Frame, needsJdrive belt $25 s stem platinumGPS, backup camera,
Antique Trunk $65 Dome tent, sleeps 7, Ladies Bicycle-24", 39x28 adjust height 50569 219 everin g JBL sound, int great
O718-66 2lin _d t _r p new tires asking
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CANVA341S 9 55850-526-4265 vfoeryittle, $0 (r850 SHREDBOOKSA(COLINS)- size Belgi3umW o le8 0 ea b mle wrar.

ghrt A ns GR TN tires & brakes, new bevicle. arDk. Ge n ed wth E au all
INFLATABLE- o. n ed w/ 8-6 L wat erkey, $30 850-569- $16,900. OBOtion 411RE, Eng built by 122k m
sz headboard, foot- Field drag- 3'4" x 8 850-482-5215 OBO 850-209-6977 cofd. $20 850-526- diitalant.&flat ble vehicle. D- Green
34189 R Oed light p(oak before) 3426 screen TV & mi.cro- roXr 334-701-2548

spri, b d cwave, grealeoarie s $5 cond. ,9 00 03aw8ers Tlo u oric p n t. .3- 6 i8 3 T ot5ais $60
Clothingracks Frnt Door,4panel -6pm850593-9987 after JACKETwmensLG w/car todollyuscle Car 454, Sunroof,heated seats Eufaula Call 334 o 687o
$20/ea or $30 for dow 3'x6'8" $95850- Lucerne Alto Saxo- (850)592-2507 spring, cork, 85$3300.334- 9-4489. Aviati1onea 334-685-6233
both 850-209-4281 593-9987, after 6pm phone w/case $395 Skylight double
Couch & Loveseat FRYE CLOGS exc. cond. 850-630- dome 4'x3'fixed40 VEMCO V TRACK- Sale$14500CoupeEXL, Black 21,800 m V-6 auto.
$30 for set 850-693- WOMENS- SZ 8 NICE 4033 850-593-9987 after DRAFTING HEAD $50 wbk weather, sun- $24,500. 334-673-9396
4189 RUST COLOR $40 Lucerne Alto Saxo 6pmo (850)592-250,7 ChECK ,,j _352-219.7370 roof, XM radio, 44k 334-805-0883
(850)592-2507 Luce o Chevy 79 Impala mi, 4 cyl, $15,300
Direct TV factory re- phone with case, ex. SOLID OAK DRESSER- Westinghouse ele THE blue box chevy 334-685-6233
$8/ea 850-209-8955 850-482-5215 850-630-4033 (850)592-2507 850-569-2194 Mooney 1965 334-687-5971 or





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_-waNe Forom K4loaded, less than
FUIC E p.p.e .wd .g ke.. 3, ..00K, $13,200 OBO Volkswagoen '06 Jetta
Co. O0 r oed B -2 334-406-2667 Days TDI. Grey w/gray
possible wamyto 334-588-3658 nights Ithr.diesel, sunroof,
Sown a plane. Honda '07 Odyssey wheels, sat radio 40
30,-..34 -000. uwheated, seat. sralum
00 Chevy 81 Corvette Van. 1 owner. Load- rpg. 120K mi $11,800
ed Exc. Cond. NADA 334-685-6233
Rd, 2K Ntop ,M oew d 24K. Asking $20,900
'r.AutomobilesD M sc.I Topse, 5 Dothan 321-482-7268 Volvo '07 S40,
Brakes & Shocks Honda i $ whtenew tiresGo
R l 1 .:BUICK '91 Leaabre. 6 Garage kept. 13,500. One owner. 2-dr. Cont ile
cyl..for parts, good OBO 334-596-2376 Exc. Cond. 73K mi. 334-791-2726i, $,500.
trans motor $700 A'C., Sur, rof$ 8000 3 9
Sm 1OBO 30334695-8840 4- 334-347-4990 VW'OS Beetle,
Limited Edition,
Jaguar '02 -Type Like Hew. Hew tires,
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1Agiuiu 'Under Sections Rule 28-106.205,F.A.C. White Pond Church in the Circuit Court of
Golf cart, 36V crim- Under subsection 62- 120.569(2)(c) and (d) Rd. to US 231- 2.117 lJackson County, Flor-
son red, 4 sweater, w/ 110.106(4) of the of the Florida Stat- A petition that dis- miles) ida, I will sell the
headlamps, pristine Florida Administra- ute, a petition for ad- putes the material property situate in
condition. $2000.334 L.- J -tive Code, a person ministrative hearing facts on which the It is the intent to per- Jackson County, Flor-
655-0962 whose substantial in- must be dismissed Department's action form all projects. ida, described as:
GoCat/ClubCarterests are affected by the agency if the is based must con- However, if the total
battery powered e WANTED FORD'89 F 4wh by the Department's petition does not tain the following in- costs exceed the al- COMMENCEAT THE
neds batteeresS300 L Lthevrolet'04 Tahoe I 4x4 AtoRD 5 4 w' action may also re- substantially comply formation: lowable budget, INTERSECTION OF
ned Qs bteis $00 LT Leather, DVD SSE339 4x4 Auto, S4,600 or uest an extension of with the above re- some projects may AITH AVENUE AND
OBO 334-648-0139 $14,999.00 Trades Goo ndtn reasonable offer 229- quest an extension of with the above re- some projects may FAITH AVENUE AND
OBO 334-648-0139 i$4,9 derd Cl CI d Endition rea le ofer 2296- petition for an ad- quirements or is un- (a) The name, ad- be eliminated. This MILL CREEK ROAD,
Hondac- 06 VTX Considered Call CSI And Equipped. 334-8520, 229-296- ministrative hearing. timely filed dress, and telephone decision will be made THENCE RUN SOUTH-
Motorcycles 1300 Charcoal color. Auto 334-714-2700 850-548-5719 8171 The Department number of each peti- by the Board of EASTERLY, ALONG
R Bikrus and looks Ford'93 Ranger over may, for good cause This action is final tioner, the appli- County Commission- THE EAST SIDE OF
.- .__ sw, grea' Re lry fun to ih DealTaker.com 100K mi. CD player, shown, grant the re- and effective on the cant's name and ad- ers. MILL CREEK ROAD
ride Clear title his- aAutomotive Coupons white/tan asking quest for an exten- date filed with the dress, the Depart- 168 FEET, THENCE
ri The tres are in mand Deals Shop with $3500 334-685-3214 sion of time. Re- Clerk of the Depart- ment File Number A Mandatory Pre-Bid RUN EAST 87 FEET,
" ,od g 'nkape I'm m/ov- DealTaker.com quests for extension ment unless a peti- and the county in Meeting will be held THENCE RUN
h g r, cr nottake. of time must be filed tion is filed in ac- which the project is on September 16, NORTHWESERTLY
S het L Trucks-Heavy DutyH | w with the Office cordance with the proposed; 2010 at 9:00 AM Cen- 135.6 FEET, MORE OR
0 9evr t'0 Rof General Counsel of above. Upon the trial Time in the Jack- LESS TO A POINT 117
'06HDDyna Wide (850)766-7112 loaded, 27,000 miles, n the Department at timely filing of peti- (b) A statement of son County Road De- FEET EAST OF THE
Glide-FXDWG.Black. colin.hightower@hot Automatic 4 cyl ., 3900 Commonwealth tion this order will how and when each apartment (back POINT OF BEGINNING
Like new. customs mail.com Excellent! $10,700. Boulevard, Mail Sta- not be effective until petitioner received room) at 2828 Owens ON FAITH AVENUE,
6600 mi.$12,900.404- 334790-7959tion 35, Tallahassee, further order of the notice of the Depart- Street, Marianna, FL. THENCE RUN WEST
578-1482 jeff@ cChevy '03 Tahoe Ford '97 F-150, V-6, Florida 32399-3000, Department. ment's action or pro- The deadline for re- 117 FEET TO THE
1truthinsong.comrn 1 evy Ful loade automatic, cold air, before the applicable posed action; cept of questions POINT OF BEGIN-
2007tinsong.com uzukiK m llyn d, 45,000 miles deadline. A timely re- This permit, when is- il be Thursday Sep- NING. BEING A PART
2007Suzuki evardC RedCl. Rs G t HEV LET Like New, $5600. quest for extension sued, constitutes an (c) A statement of member 20, 2010 at OF LOT #1 IN THE W
Boulevard ed50- Red $ 334-655-2136 dHEVROLET '79C-60 334-790-7959 of time shall toll the order of the Depart- how each petitioner's 2.00 PM C. T. Ques- % OF THE SW OF
great for cruising, HD0R, 60 334-655-21 dump truck, K mi.,Ford8F50, great running time period ment. The applicant substantial interests tions must be sub- SECTION 34, TOWN-
eat$4,500.for cru HONDA'07 CBR, 600, io new engines gooks cond, 165Kmi New for filing a petition has the right to seek are or will be affect- mitted in writing to SHIP 7 NORTH,
4.500. 334791-2277. loaded, 4,000 miles, 2 i ugh .450. 334-701-9213 Brakes, alternator until the request is judicial review of the ed by the Depart- the County Engineer RANGE 13 WEST.
2009 Yamaha R stretch/owered, 2 and battery.Cold acted upon. If a re- order under Section ment's action or pro- ( e m a i I
only 1,150 miles. brother exhaust, Chevrolet '89 Scotts Air,Elec windows & quest is filed late, the 120.68 of the Florida posed action; lalvarez@jacksoncou at public sale, to the
Bought new, barely $7,200 334-355-0454 dii. blue. auto, 126K door locks4800 obo Department may still Statute, by the filing ntyfl.com: fax (850) highest and best bid-
broken in. Burnt or- Hnda 1962 C102 ru r ..o-. cold air, 334-691-4643 grant it upon a mo- of a notice of appeal (d) A statement of all 482-9063) with a copy der, for cash,at the
ange and black with "snda er cub 50,^ ^ {4k W! ObO 334-794- tion by the request- under rule 9.110 of material facts disput- to the Purchasing Di- North door of the
ghostflames, $9,000 e s l Chevy The. 0001 or 334-726-4298 Ford Lariet 02 5150 ing party showing the Florida Rules of ed by petitioner or a rector e-maill Jackson County
negotiable. Extras in- Good Cond., eectri 49,100 mi, leather, 129K m. runs and that the failure to file Appellate Procedure statement that there shascher@jacksonco Courthouse at 11:00
clouded. 334-790-6146 d new ties power, looks good a request for an ex- with the the Clerk of are no disputed untyfl.com; fax (850) a.m., on September
or 334-791-2277 FirmCall noon (M-F) very nice. $18,995 $7.300334-5969966 tension of time be- Department in the facts; 482-9682). 23,2010.
'92 Goldwing, 60k 334-347-9002 White 850-579-4694 fore the deadline was Office of General
mi92Goldwing,t0k 33OD-347908ayi02 0 Trai r We rE.-ult of excusa- Counsel, 3900 Com- (e) A statement of Bids will be opened DATED this 20TH day
miles, red, exc. paint HONDA '98 Valkyrie Chevy '07 Trailblazer, ble neqglicir monwealth Boule- the ultimate facts al- and recorded at 2:00 of August, 2010
7& running condo. Tourer all original Nice Fami S $ ard, Mail Station 35, leged, including a PM (or immediately
$7000 850445-2915 ow miles, runs great Loaded $300 Down CHEVY '04 0 Silerado In the event that a Tallahassee, Florida, statement of the spe- thereafter) on Sep- Any person claiming
leave message asking 500 $300 mo. Call Steve V-8, 26 miles timely and sufficient 32399-3000; and by cific facts which the member 23, 2010 at an interest in the sur
336935454 Hatcher334-791-8243 fully loaded, rebuilt timely and sufficient 32399-3000; and by cific facts which the member 3, 2010 at an interest in the sur-
3346935454 Hatcher3 9 trans.,1 3 7,500 OBO petition for, an ad- filing a copy of the petitioner contends the Jackson County plus from the sale, if
SMC'immy a87-207 GMC '05 SIERRA, ministrative hearing notice of the appeal warrant reversal or Board of County any, other than the
60. nwew asaki- great cond., $4200 2500HD, 139Kmiles, is filed, other per- accompanied by the modification of the Commissioners property owner as of
ike. o ireat oi OBO 08850-526-2491 -"- t- black, 4wd, SLTpack- sons whose substan- applicable filing fees Department's action Board Room at 2864 the date of the lis
tbr ki es, $350tclnd0- ask for Tom ae. 4 door. $20,000. tial interests will be with the appropriate or proposed action; Madison Street, pendens, must-file a
I8- 0Skmile.3500 o or rde r 850-258-7758 affected by the out- district court of ap- claim within 60 days
AmericanIror Horse OBO or re forcome of the adminis- peal. The notice of (f) A statement of Plans, specifications, after the sale.
'06, Texas Chopper good sportsman 4- GMC'99Sierra green trative process have appeal must be filed the specific rules or and contract docu-
elec. bluew/spider wheeler. 850-592- irn color88K mi. 1 the right to petition within 30 days from statutes the petition- ments will be open In accordance with
web graphics, 124ci 3287 Chevy'04 Silverado owrer, garage kept, to intervene in the the date when the fi- er contends require for public inspection the American with
S&S, fuly custom- Kawasaki '09 KXF250 2500 LT8.1LV8MPI very clean, $10,000. proceeding. Interven- nal order is filed with reversal or modifica- after noon on Sep- Disablities Act of
sized garage show Motor by BPM, 2 8100 V84WHEEL DR OB334-445-9373 tion will be only at the Clerk of the De- tion of the Depart- tember 2, 2010 at 1990, persons need-
bike.7950K, Must See brothers perform- POWER EVERYTHING 334-369-8139 the discretion of the partmerit. ment's action or pro- the Road and Bridge ing a special accom-
$30,500. 334-445-0366 ance ie. Very fast VM RADIO, 6 DISC presiding officer posed action; and office at 2828 Owens modation to partici-
ir Bik 0 Hn bike for the mtor- Jeep 7 Wrangler, CHANGER $17,500.00, LegalAds J upon the filing of a The application for Street. Bid docu- ate in this proceed-
CDi B Ecellenda crossing extremist black X unlimited 4- CALL WHIT 791-0576 motion in compliance this permit is availa- (g) A statement of ments must be ob- ig should contact
CRF70ondition 970. 334-726-342 er, newtires, hard& Che 057Kmi.ownSverado with Rule 28-106.205 ble for public inspec- the relief sought by tainted from: the ASA Coordinator
Condition $970. er, new tires, hard & Chevy 04'Silverado Legal Notices of the Florida Admin- tion during normal the petitioner, stat- County Engineer no later than seven
334-798-2337 Kawasaki 2000 Clas soft top exc. cond. blue 4-dr. Z71 good istrative Code. business hours, ing precisely the ac- Attn: Larry Alvarez (7) days prior to the
sic LT.2007 Under $17,995.334-333-4450 cond. new parts, 334- 8:00a.m. to 5:00 p.m., tion the petitioner 2828 Owens Street proceedings. If hear-
Warranty2053CC Low mi. Lexus '08 GX470 50K 405-9221 LF15085 In accordance with Monday through Fri- wants the Depart- Marianna, Florida g impaired please
$9000 334-774-3474 Mi. Good Cond. Load- subsections 28- day, except for legal ment to take with re- 32446 cal 955-9771
or 9000334-774-3474 ed 3rdRowSneat, Nav STATE OF FLORIDA 106.111(2) and 62- holidays, at the spect to the Depart- (850) 482-9677 (TDD) or (800) 955-
Sysor 334-791-1074 tem $35,500 DEPARTMENT OF 110.106(3)(a)(4), Flor- Northwest District ment's action or pro- upon payment of $ 8770 (voice), via
Moo Motor Scooter 229-254-005,77 ENVIRONMENTAL ida Administrative office, 160 Govern- posed action. (no charge) per set Florida Relay Service.
'05, 200mi, Blue,, PROTECTION Code, petitions for an mental Center, Pen- which amount consti-
i$1650 850- 258-1638 f NOTICE OF INTENT administrative hear- sacola, Florida. If a petition is filed, tutes the cost of re- Witness, my hand
FATBOY'93 $1650850-258-1638 Tralers-Tractors TO ISSUE PERMIT ing by the applicant the administrative production and han- and seal of this court
28K actual miles, MOTIVATED CHEVY '91, 1 Ton 12ft must be filed within LF15000 hearing process is dling. This payment on the 2Qth day of
customized out of WIFE! 2005 6X12 enclosed trailer Flat Bed Dump Truck The Department of 21 days of receipt of designed to formu- will not be refunded. August, 2010.
Easy Rider, all Yamaha Royal Star w/1 side door & dbl $5,200 or reasonable Environmental Pro- written notice. Peti- STATE OF FLORIDA late agency action.
chrome-up, SS carbs, motorcycle, doors in back $1900 offer 229-334-8520, tection gives notice tions filed by any Accordingly, the De- The Owner reserves DALE RABON
screaming eagle Model XVZ13CT, new cond. 850-933- 229-296-8171 of its intent to issue persons other than DEPARTMENT OF apartment's final ac- the right to waive GUTHRIE
exaustr m gbody style is 9228/643-8312 Can environmental the applicant, and ENVIRONMENTAL tion may be different any informality or to CLERK OF THE CIR-
exhau500t system 37 roady style drive s Chevy '91Cherokee resources individual other than those en- PROTECTION from the position reject any or all bids. CUIT COURT
$7500 334-695-3744 road/street, drive Cummings/Onan pickup, lift gate stormwater permit, titled to written no- taken by it in this No- Each Bidder must de-
FZ Suzuki 50 79 type is RWD. generator703 hrs. 1500 850-352-4724 "Springhill Regional tice under Section NOTICE OF tice. Persons whose posit with his/her By: /s/Jessica
collectors item, 1 cyl, 4cylinders, 35,000 85KW400amp, auto LandfillSouth. Later- 120.60(3) of the Flori- PROPOSED substantial interests bid, security in the Mooneyham
2 stroke scooter, miles, condigreat switch runs 4 poultry al Epansior.", file da Statutes, must be AGENCY ACTION will be affected by amount, form and J E S S I C A
orange, exc cnd, coatures ditioub house$15,000.OBO. number 32-0000475- filed within 21 days any decision of the subject to the condi- MOONEYHAM
street legal $500. Features double 4-40X400 poultry 025-EI, to R. David of publication of the The Department of Department with re- tions provided in the Deputy Clerk
OBO 334-774-2521 hard case saddle house of Lubing nip- McConnell. Vice notice. Environmental Pro- gard to the applica- Information for Bid-
774-2773 after 5pm bags, highway ple drinkers 334-726- Presidernt, Waste tection gives Notice tion have the right to ders. Sureties used LF15064
bars, cruise. 0978 or 334-795-6101 Management of Leon Under Section of its Intentto grant petition to become a for obtaining bonds
Harley0,8 Road King control. Tires in County. Irnc., 4945 120.60(3) of the Flori- approval of alternate party to the proceed- must appear as ac- IN THECIRCUIT
like new, less than good shape. Full Gandy 4 row insect Chevy 97 Suburban Highway 273, da Statute, however, procedures pursuant ing. The petition ceptable according COURTOFTHE 14
C Mie front windshield, cide applicator greattcond. 1500 Campbelltor,. Florida, any person who has to Rule 62-701.31 0, must conform to the to the Department of JUDICIALCIRCUITIN
Call Mike double seat tour w/double boxes, for series, leatjiher $3000. 32426. asked the Depart- Florida Administra- requirements speci- Treasury Circular AND FOR JACKSON
334-797-4576 bike. Asking $9,500 two chemicals Call 303-906-3683 ment for notice of tive Code (F.A.C.), to field above and be 570. COUNTY, FLORIDA
Harley Davidson'04 334790-7380. (16) Good condition. $300. Dodge '02 Dakota The proposed activi- agency action may Waste Management filed (received) with-
Roadglide FLH, 40K, 229-758-3146 or 229- Loeather Int. uad cab ty is construction of file a petition within of Leon County for in 21 days of publica- No bid may be with-
tour pack, headsets, or e en 400-5184 Clean con. Fully a lateral expansion 21 days of such no- use of onsite native tion of this notice in drawn for a period of CASE N0 10-626-CA
CD & CB$10,500 smokey Trailer old 2 likes 00184 auto 334-693-3980 of the southwestern tice, regardless of soils as an, alternate the Office of General ninety (90) days after
gold$10,500 OBO il ler 710 JohnDeer 05'48HP, side of the existing the date of publica- leachate collection Counsel of the De- the scheduled clos- IN RE: THE MAR-
334-798-2928/678- or Utility trailer 7x10, full wh. drive, front Dodge'02 Dakota landfill, thereby in- tion. drainage and protec- apartment at the ing time for receipt RIAGE OF
8722 Like new A-Frame end loader, bushhog, Quad cab.Auto.$5900 creasing the permit- tive layer on the cell above address. Fail- of bids.
Jack -2 moto chocks, finish mower, disk, Neg. A-1 Cond. Loan ted disposal area The petitioner shall' perimeter berm inte- ure to petition within K A T H E R I N E
$1 300 co dl4-618- spredder& box blade Valued @ $7,750 334- from approximately mail a copy of the rior side slopes for the allowed time To the extent appli- ADRIANNE SARAH,
S- $1300.18200.OBO 798-3352 793-2350 or797-2595 182 acres to approxi- petition to te,appli- the Springhill Region- frame constitutes a cable to this project,
1072or 334-699220 thann 1000 hrs mately 228 acres, in- cant at the address al Landfill in Jackson waiver of any right attention of Bidders Petitioner/Wife
107w Suzuki 07' GSXR 00 ..hn Deer hrs Dodge 2004 Dakota cluding a stormwater indicated above at County. The appli- such person has to is particularly called
uuiike new, 3550m John Deere 6405 4WD crew cab, Exl cond, management system the time of filing. The cant requests that an request a hearing un- to the requirements and
like600 includess al Two post Tractor. 79K, full power, 8 cyl, and a construction failure of any person exception be granted der Section 120.57, as to 'conditions of
HARL AVIDSON dinc OO 2360s$20,000 auto, cruise, a7200. sequencing plan. to file a petition for from compliance F.S., and to partici- employment to be GUILLERMO ANDRES
07' FLSTSC Springer 334-714-4029 334-798-2337 Call 334-449-1864 an administrative with Rule 62- pate as a party to observed and mini- SARAH MARTINEZ,
classic 3000K mi. Kubota Tractor L2800 No wetlands will be hearing within the 701.400(4)(b), F.A.C., this proceeding. Any mum wage rates to
Black $13,000 OBO Yamaha'05 V-star ST with front end impacted by the pro- appropriate time pe- which requires that subsequent interven- be paid under the R e s p o n d e n t
254-681-4802 650 ilverado,Sad oader with box posed expansion. At- riod shall constitute the primary leachate tiofi will only be at Contract, Section 3, /Husband
Harley Davidson bags, wid shield blade &finishing tenuation of storm a .waiver of those collection and re- the approval of the Segregated Facilities,
arletry Dav Glidso08 back rest<1K mi. mower $17,500. water flows is re- rights. moval system shall presiding officer Section 109 Executive NOTICE OF
ElectraGlidelasi gar.kept$3750bo 334-774-7771 quired and has been have a granular upon motion filed Order 11246, and all PUBLICATION
5000 miles, $15,950- 334-691-4643 provided. A petition that dis- drainage layer ab6ve pursuant to Rule 28- applicable laws and
334-618-4430 Yamaha '07 V-Star Massey Ferguson '63 Dodge 99' 1500 V-8 putes the material the top 5.207, Florida Admin- regulations of the TO: Guillermo Andres
Harley Davidson 1986 1100, 11,600 mi new model 35 w/2 row Magnum 193K mi Proper erosion con- facts on which the geomembrane liner, istrative Code. Federal government Sarah Martinez
FLTC w/sideca. rear tire, andextras bottom plow. $3500. A/T, A/C, P/steering trols Will be em- Department's action at least 12 inches and State of Florida,
exc. condo. $10,500. asking payoff of 080 334-445-1717 crews, $3,500. OBO ployed during both is based must con- thick, with a hydraul- In accordance with and. bonding and.in- YOU ARE HEREBY
OBO 334-794-2665 or $5900. 850-762- 334-774-6348 334-691-2987/'344 construction and op- tainthe following in- ic conductivity of not Section 120.573, F.S., surance require- NOTIFIED that a Peti-
334-805-0810 2071/718-5069 after Tractor 00' Kubota 798-1768 eration of the landfill formation: less than 1 x cmlsec, the Department ad- ments. tion of Dissolution of
Tr 4x4 W / Fd1Ftat expansion and overlain with an ad- vises that mediation Marriage has been
Harley Davidson 1992 4pm M-120 DT4x4 w/ Ford 01'F150 lariat stormwater manage- (a) The name and ad- ditional 12 inches of is not available in IN PARTICULAR, BID- filed and commenced
Spqrster 1200 custom YAMAHA '08 R6 Kubota loader 5.4 liter, 154K mi. ment system. dress of each agency protective material this case under the DERS SHOULD NOTE in this Court and you
mi50'sK/KH exc. black/ yellow, less LA1601 (cabfire) 3100 black ext. tan leather affected and each as .specified in sub- provisions of that THE REQUIRED AT- are required to serve
cond. $5,500. OBO then 650 miles hrs. original tires seats, super cab, au- The project is located agency's file or iden- paragraph 62- statute. This does TACHMENTS AND a copy of your writ-
794-2665334-805- $7,900 or OBO. 50%, engine, fuel to trans $8000.417- at the Springhill Re- tification number, if 701.400(3)(d)3., not prevent any in- CERTIFICATIONS TO ten defenses, if any,
0810 334-805-3466 tanks ok. $12,500. or 793-7937 _gional Landfil-South, known; F.A.C., that is chemi- terested parties from BE EXECUTED AND to it on S.G. MOR-
HARLEY DAVIDSON YAMAHA'08 V-star 850 for212r6964ctor. FORD'02LARIAT 4945 Highway 273, (b) The name, ad- call resistant to the agreeing to other SUBMITTED WITH ROW & ASSOCIATES,
2003 120Sportster AMAHA08Vstar FORD02 LARIAT near Campbelton, in dress, and telephone waste and leachate. forms of alternate THE FORM OF BID P.A. attorney for the
100th annivS edition. Lo miles e new! Cab. 1,iK rtr- JI.onr, Cour, r .Flor- number of the peti- dispute resolution. PROPOSAL. Petitioner/Wife, at
Lots of chrome.d Aidmsking $2,695., .1700 123Kre-8 s. tioner; the name, ad- The Department's file 11501 N.W. 2nd Ave-
$7,500. 334-701-3974 Asking $2,695., $17.700 334-t-87-9983 dress, and telephone on this matter is LF15080 EQUAL OPPORTUNI- nue, Miami, Florida
334-693-5454 Based on all the number of the peti- available for public TY EMPLOYER 33168, and file the
Harley Daiidson'95 YAMAHA'08 V-star abc.e, anrd with the tioner's representa- inspection during SECTION00010 HA N D I C A P original with the
Lowrider36Kmi. 250, Burgundy, a plicat;n ,.f gener- tive, if any, which normal business ADVERTISEMENT ACCESSIBLE/FAIR Clerk of the above-
Exc.cond. 1340 cc Low miles! Like new! a al and I.mir. spe- shall be the address hours, 8:00 a.m. to FOR BIDS HOUSING JURISDIC- styled court on or 1st
engine, spare seat Askin $2,6954 Tractor 20 Massey cPfic condition: of for service purposes 500 p.m., Monday PROJECT # 0910-35 TION day of Septermber,
$5500 334-984-2044 334-693-54545 Fergusorv w 5disk. in. perm,.. The De- during the course of through Friday, ex- 2010; otherwise, a
Harley Davidson 98' Yamaha 2004 V-Star onom Ford 04 F-350 part r, as reason- the proceeding; and cept legal holidays, PROJECT NAME: LF15083 Default will be en-
ace.d e 0 Clamasic. Black& planters $3K 797- Super Duty XL truckvingtn able assurance the an explanation of at the Division of 2010 Paving Project tered against you for
ad. e usee' 1100 Classic. Black & planters $3K 797- Super Duty XL tr project as proposed, how the petitioner's Waste Management, Phase l IN THE CIRCUIT the relief prayed for
$12,000. 334-791-4799 chrome, excellent 6925 or 334-699-1366 auto, AC, 6liter ullymeets theenvi- substantia interests Solid Waste Section, COURT OFTHE In the complaint or
condition.5,000. Tractor: JD 4450 10'powersflat bed, dual reselar ronmental resources are or will be affect- 2600 Blair Stone Sealed bids, submit- FOURTEENTH petition.
Honda 04 Helixauto 334-618-7525 MSWD duals, cab, wheels $11,500. Call p e r m t t i n g ed by the agency de- Road, Tallahassee, ted in triplicate, will JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
scooter 250cc, auto- or stormwater require- termination; Florida 32399-2400. be received by the OF THE STATE OF This note shall be
c age kept, k42K mi.Asking $3200 334-726-0067 ments of Chapter 62- (c) A statement of Board of County FLORIDA, IN AND FOR published once a
a healet 9k Asin r 4-72-0067. 334-464-3189 346, Florida Adminis- when and how the Persons whose sub- Commissioners of JACKSON COUNTY week for four(4)
$2800. Call 677-37815 m0 34-1215 or UTILITY cargo trailer ,-;R rrative Code, and will petitioner received stantial interests are Jackson County, Flor- CIVIL DIVISION consucutived weeks
ll Dolittle 2007,20 nr harm the envi- notice of the agency affected by the ida, (Owner), until in the Jackson Coun-
3 If white. excellent con- L. ronment. decision; above proposed 2:00 p.m. (Central Case No: 08-872-CA ty Floridan.
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year. Only used for A per uo:,n whose sub- disputed issues of right, pursuant to 23, 2010 at the SAXON MORTGAGE WITNESS my hand
lll: Jlu :-"jto B30,0 miles. $5,500. r[ar,-rial interests are material fact. If there Sections 120.569 and County Administra- SERVICES, INC. and official seal of
060 334-791-6955 R 07Exl r echted by the De- are none, the petition 120.57, Florida Stat- tion Building (Pur- said court at Sneads,
Spo Frt Tra E iorer apartment's action must so indicate; utes (F.S.), to petition chasing, Stan Plaintiff, Jackons County this
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$3000 OBO Manu. diesel engine 60001b miles, $29,500 334- sel of the Depart- titioner contends re- see, Florida 32399- tractors do not have OF SAID
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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 today 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.
businestshours. 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 $1.50 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.


Win
Continued From Page 5A

girls made, particularly
with the serve.
"Previously, we would let
the other team control the
game by not getting our
serves in, so we would let
them run 'the scoreboard,"
he said. "About halfway
through the second game,
we started getting our
serves in, then we took con-
trol.
"They just started to get
the basic idea of getting the
point. They've heard me
say it a hundred times, if
you get the .serve in, you
have a chance to get the
point."
Bloomer singled out jun-
ior Wynterra Pittman for
her overall effort Tuesday
night.
"She had a very good per-
formance up front, and she
was our best server of the
night," the coach said. "On
the front line, she had sever-
al put-back points as well."
But the coach praised his
players' overall perform-
ance, and said the Lady
Tigers have cleared the
biggest hurdle they've
faced.
"They know how to win
now," Bloomer said. "In
sports, you teach all the
basics and fundamentals,
but the big thing you can't
teach, and they only learn
by experience, is learning
how to win."
Graceville will open the
regular season on Monday
on the road against
Marianna at 6 p.m.


US beats Greece in final exhibition Meyer


BY DEMETRIS NELLAS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

ATHENS, Greece The
United States breezed to
one last exhibition victory
before the start of the world
basketball championships,
not that coach Mike
Krzyzewski seemed to
care. He's just happy that
his group brimming with
youthful exuberance is
ready to play.
"The score doesn't really
matter, it was just an exhi-
bition game," Krzyzewski
said after an 87-59 blowout
of defending silver medal-
ist Greece on Wednesday.
"I'm happy we had the


chance to play a great team,
in a great atmosphere."
Eric Gordon scored 18
points to pace the
Americans. who led from
start to finish against a
Greece team playing for the
first time since a brawl near
the end of an exhibition
game against Serbia turned
the focus of the upcoming
world championships away
from the court.
The incident happened
during the Acropolis tour-
nament last week, and offi-
cials from the international
basketball federation FIBA
are still reviewing details.
Any sanctions are expected
to be announced before the


worlds begin Saturday in
Turkey.
The U.S. team, which is
missing many of the stars
that helped win Olympic
gold two years ago, used
superior quickness to dis-
rupt Greece's ball move-
ment and clog passing
lanes. Greece wound up
turning the ball over 24
times and was outrebound-
ed 53-25, including 30-7 in
the second half, when the
game was largely decided.
The U.S. led 22-14 after
the first quarter and still
hung onto a 42-32 halftime
lead, before sealing the vic-
tory with a 28-12 run span-
ning the third quarter.


Dawgs
Continued From.Page 5A


DeWitt said his team
wasn't ready to concede
defeat to the Dolphins.
"We're going there to
play hard and to win. The
kids don't care who it is,
they're just ready to beat on
somebody else at this
point," the coach said. "I do
think we're the underdog to
a certain extent, but I give
us a shot. I feel good about
where we are right now.
"It's going to be a tough
game, but our season gets
tougher as it goes along.
The district games along
the line will be tough ball-
games also, so we might as
well get used to it."
The Dolphins will pro-
vide a stiff arly test for the
new-look Bulldogs
defense, led by former
Sneads head coach Ron
Tanner.
Marianna struggled
mightily on the defensive
end in 2009, and the
Bulldogs spent the spring
and -summer attempting to
strengthen the defense.
."I just want to see us
doing our jobs on defense
like we've been taught,"
DeWitt said of the game
Friday night. "We've
installed a new defense,
and we're slowly but surely
getting there. I want to see
the defense get after it, to
be there and do what the


rules tell them to do."
While the game won't
count toward the regular
season, DeWitt said his
team is preparing with the
same seriousness as it will
for the regular season open-
er Sept. 2 against
Cottondale.
"We're going over there
to win, not just to see how
many (players) we can get


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in," he said. "We don't
have a bunch to play any-
way. We're going there to
win. We're not treating it
like a jamboree or some-
thing like that. To us, this is
a regular season game."


Continued From Page 5A


icant chunks of fall prac-
tice. Patchan broke a bone
in his right wrist and spent
two weeks in a cast. Nixon
sprained an ankle, then
tweaked his left knee and
had arthroscopic surgery
Tuesday.
Without them, right
tackle Marcus Gilbert has
moved to the left side,
center Mike Pouncey has
moved to right tackle and
backup 'Sam Robey has
taken over at center.
Things are shuffled on
the- other side of the line,
too, with defensive tackles
Lawrence Marsh (ham-
string) and Brandon
Antwine (concussion)
having missed time.
Pouncey expects the
offensive line to be shuf-
fled for the first two
games, against Miami
(Ohio) and South Florida,
but hopes everything will
be back to normal when
the Florida opens
Southeastern Conference


play at Tennessee on Sept.
18.
"If all our guys that are
supposed to be playing
aren't going, then we're in
panic mode," Pouncey
said. "We want all our
guys to get back healthy
and then come back, espe-
cially by Week 3."
Meyer has other con-
cerns, too.
Team chemistry, one of
the things coaches hoped
to hone during training
camp, isn't quite where
Meyer wants it.
"I like our chemistry,
where we're at. But I can't
say I love it right now,"
Meyer said. "I was hoping
we'd be a little more
advanced. ... I don't feel
the urgency. I feel it
among the coaches,
because they know what's
coming. Twenty-five
young players that domi-
nated like they did in high
school have no idea
what's about to hit them."


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