Jackson County Floridan
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028304/00410
 Material Information
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: November 2, 2010
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACA5476
oclc - 33284558
alephbibnum - 000366625
lccn - sn 95047182
System ID: UF00028304:00410
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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Sheriff's office blood drive to help fellow officer

A seriously injured deputy in
an Escambia County shooting
last Friday is married to a former
Marianna resident, and the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office
is stepping up to help in their
hour of need.
The sheriff's office is leading a
special blood drive on
Wednesday. The goal is to
replace more than 200 units of

blood used in the multiple surger-
ies Escambia deputy Jeremy
Cassidy has undergone so far.
Cassidy is married to the for-
nmer Chassidy Potter. A graduate
of Marianna I ligh School, she is
the daughter of Tammy arnd
Phillip Potter and a niece of
Bobby and Sandy Christmas, all
of Marianna.
She and her husband imet in
Pensacola after she moved tiere
to attend college, They've been

married about two years.
Deputy Cassidy and two other
officers were imet by gunfire
when responding last Friday to a
horne invasion and hostage situaI
The otlhr liWt deputies, ('had
Ilrown and Sainll Piarker werC
treated and I leased, butl
('assidy's iinjurics a;e inichi more
According to lacksoin County
Sheriff l.ou erocrs,. blotll of

Cassidy's kidneys were damaged,
along with his spleen, liver, stoIm-
ach anid aoria.
I is injuries remain life threat
. iind. rand he is listed ill critical
condition. (Cassidy turned 36
years of age tile day before the
The local blood dr ive on his
behallf will bIe held from 7 a.mi.
until I p.mn. at the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office, and a
second phase will I.. ein at 4 p.m.

the samine day at 1 '. ,,,'. I Worship
('enter, located at 2645 Pebble
IHill Road in Mariaina,
Btlh 0 negative and 0 positive
blood types are preferred, but all
dollnors will be accepted.
Those who cannot go to either
mobile location can niake a dona-
tion at tihe Southeastern
Conmminity Blood Center, locat-
ed at 2503 Commercial Park
Drive in Marianna from I to 3
p.m on \ .k.-.l' h 1l.y,

Outlining the


President Jeff
talks about
rate decrease
for Marianna
and other
changes that
translate into
savings. -

New rate structure

also in the works

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A rate decrease proposed by FlonIda Publichl Itlhfics'
should Itranslate inlo a '4 'l t rimonth sings for the iaver
age residential customer in Marianna.
FPU President Jeffll louseholder announced the
decrease and two other pieces of poitenially I'.l d news
for customers at a press conference i ondia.
IHouseholder said the proposed decrease has been filed
with the state's Public Service Commnssion, which regu-
lates utilities. Htie said the company recently rcali/ed a 3
percent decrease in its cost of purchasing power. and that
the passing on of savings to customers should take effllect
in January.
FP U's requested rate adjustment vould reduce pur-
chased power rates by 3.14 percent or the first I.(xX)
kilowatt hours per month used by residential customers,
according to a press release fromr the company.
Residential use above I.(XX) kilowallt hours would see a
2.19 percent decrease. Non residential rates would also
bhe decreased under thie ,mp.iijs's proposal.
, Marianna customers i., Ioeli about a decade of power
rates through Florida Public U ilities. which were sonic of
the lowest in the area prior to 21X). Hul Ihal year. rates
started escalating when Pi's old purchase agreement
with Gull Power expired and was renegotiated,
Estimates of the rate increase since then for Marianna
customers have Iranged as high as 170 percent over the
louseholder said miost of lhal increase was directly
linked to its cost ol ''ii iir power Irom (ull Power to
provide IPUI's custormlers.
See RATES, Page 7A P>

FPU's rates by the numbers
STAnT Rni'ih
At a press ( ,- ,il ... ., ,. .i I i I 1 i i i tc U tilvtio,
President Jeff Householder presented .1 chart co-or
paring historical and current fPU rates '. Ih those
of 11 surrounding providers
From 2000 to 2009. the 10 %ear average esidential
electric rate per 1.000 kilowatt hours for f PUI in
Marianna wa.s $77.64,. That's lower than anyv othor
example Householder providedI PtJ's tate was
lower than Ial tho others listed in oiqht of Ihose 10
In 2010 0, howove th f PF J i rate n stands ;lt $155 1!4.
thi,!; tho si,'o ( thi(lho t ot hiind only th I ( ot
Me (dIo nuinifcipil hn'1 oct ;fit vic(>. ;at $1 !/;,) st
Tho noxt lowosit 10 yoar ,voir.i(o tollisholdoet pio
vided was from the ii, of IHlountsownii'; muiiilt l
electric service. It's "' i, r avor;i(o) w,,v $ 1 ./ 1.
It's current rate is $1146.50, however. mlakinFg it tho
I-oIrtl i,,1,i.',i for the year behind F PU and I ort
Meade. I
Fort Meado was also at the top of the scale for leho
2000-2009 period, at $121.99.
Gulf Power Company's non-wholosalo customer rate,
were also included in Householder's data. Its cur-
rent rate Is $126.1/, and its 10-ye.r historical aver-
age before this year was $86.13.
Jackson County Devolopmenet Council Di)rctor Bill
Stanton was at the press conference Monday, andi
said the rate increases over the past three years
haver made it hlth. tll for ,Jackson County to co i
pote against othor communities looking to bI ing
now companies and now jobs,to to he area,
H owever, Stanton also pointed out Ihat lie h ...' i ii,
the increases passed on to I PI by Gulf Power
soonied out of proportion to what Gtilf Powor has
passed on to other wholesale lcuistomrs.

Members of Girl Scout Troop 88 take part in the 2009 Main
Street Marianno Christmas Parade Floridan File Photo

Winterfest set

for big changes

alai at \ % RIlt, 'i In
The M.um.mna Chitmtu .tas
Phli.(mifAn \\ 'inticrYtest wll bex
htIld on Iv' itd this \car
M .n streett M\a,tiiN , i )iiI D cinol
('.ilutoic li Hrit nci i.,s taken
stcps to ct l'lt nt the parade in1
bigw s"P,
lhe theme ol hIe I'.. tilarch
though Idonhllswn this \car is
"P''i,ide oI liaghtls,." she said. It
b'egns at 5 30 p in.
lruinne is asking all parade
pati.11' I'.'s 10 .tilt1, as manIv
C(hrnst,mas highs as possible to
theu tloats. motors cles, cars.
or \ha;tec\ei cle they're taking
though the p.arite.
SlIe"s als, o ii h i' lor a
p.adc announcer. ie ori shec
\will lb stationed in front of
(onitcediratc Pauk. and will
highlight (tle aritous parade
pulicipanits as tlhe\ alk past.
I his is the first ycal tihe
pi.de \will have an announcer.
"SomiNe i oplc mentiioned it
to uis ,i alln idea The Malone
Pccan Iesi\al dok's it, and a lot

ol the other comiiitmuniltics. and
the say il it rail hliens up the
paAldc." 11111nnet1 said "It's .1
g1X0,i w\. \ dlaw .allctiion lt
the it mi tdu1al pieces thal make
it up"
She's also asking aill .uca
churches to bring their choirs to
sing canils as the y alk in the
It costs S25 for each parade
lean to participate. and the
monex will be used for dow n-
town improvements.
Winteriest begins at 4 p.rm.
giving visitors plenty of time to
take their first pass through
e-ndors row before the parade
wloJ and cralft sendors w\ill
Ie lined up on Green Street
between Market Street and
.S. Highway 00, on
Constitution Lane. and in
Confederate Park.
It costs $35 for a vendor
space outfitted with electricity.
and $30 without it.

Race kennel contractor

faces cruelty. charges

\A Washlinglton ouniv resi
dent w\olking as all independent
coliaclor at; lIbro (Greyhouind
Park has been charged with t37
counts of felony cruelly to ani-
)clputies were summoned to
tlie park over thli weekend by
igaling officials alt bro. who
had received complaints from
nearby residents abolil the smell
of decaying alninmals coming!
from thel kennels.
Investigators leporled ftindin
3 tdos de'ad hllne.' Ihouir oitrIl
dogs were alive, bilt l1alr death.
Three of tihe lour had ducl tlaiel
around their necks, which had
to Ihe cutil away sto tll could

i- blnvaRh pnaplrly.
aJIt oite I t it ie s
r'epolsictI. All four
after lthey were
Ronald ,ohn
Ronald \\ Irilill'. 3t, of
John Ponce le I.col.
Williams was being hlield
on $54.0X) bond
as of early MINlonday atlemoion.
W.ilinilo Cotly Shcriff's
Investigator John IBIraxonll said
at least somic of the dogs
bIelonged io illi.nil. anld that
an invest igaltion itoit Ihe nilaier
continues. Willi;uns was not aniI
emplop c of ,[bro. fIraxlonl

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election coverage
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edition. You should
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St Anne Thrift Shop November Special
Sale is 10 percent off all purchases. Shop
hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays. 9 a m to
1 p m at 4287 Second Ave Mananna
ine 6th Annual Fail Art Exhibit at Chipola
C :'. ;' s open for public viewing. Moniday-
Frcay by, appo.ntmenl call i'18-22//). Adults
.r, n.'' arn ii.'ted to the annual Sunday
A'te'",j th 1 e Arts reception, 1-4 p ri
', i e' The G r'ler., Walk, 10 a ll to noon on
o'j', '3 :s a'so open to the public
Cove''ant Hospice presents a free work-
shop Cop.'ng '.ith nthe Holidays," 10 a.m to 1
i a 42-12 ) Ke sci Avenue, Sitle E in
'.i' .' )" 'i' l'T) Co lp rate'i e's for l tle
'o Jays a'rimed at to:se ',,t ho have suffered thie
'ss .)f a oyvd tn'd O.pen to the pubx:. a height
iL,. '1:" i .'I be ervo'cd Registration required.
S. 48 :'-385:'0 1r 88881/ 2191
Oit! ;t CItub of Jackson Counlty meets
,', '"s a;i hIiad r'n;(sdai/ at noonl in Jim s
't; '! .inrl (i ,,n'a.ifinna
Cn''(rs ne i!bth rt t..ich()te; free quii!tlng. cro-
; t n0j ,r k'llttinij cli'sses 1 p ii at the
.iKS r Co.nt,' Senior Citi.'ens center 2931
Op: m st Dr ve Maranna Call 482-5028
Teresa Carer teaches free Latin dance,
:,asses 3 15 p mr Tuesdays at Jackson
County Senior Citi:ens 2931 Optimist Dr.
M'aranna Ca, 482-5028
r,1e Annuail lot Club of Marianna
Soagnetl; Dinner Fundraiser is 5-7 p nm. at St
L.kes Eoiscopa Church in Marianna (enter
*rom Wynn Street. exit onto US Highway 90).
Dinners are $5 each, dine in or carry out
proceeds benefit the Club's ongoing projects
Ca. 573-6563
Tne Childbirth Education Class series
begins Tuesday. Nov 2, 5 30-8 30 p m and
continues each Tuesday through Nov 23 in the
around floor education classroom of Jackson
Hospital. 4250 Hospital Drive. Marianna
Huisbands. other supporter-s invited Bring a
pilln',v' Materials. snacks provided fOCEP
ciurriculumiii by Jackson County Health
Department staff f No cost to attend ContaIct
526 -24 12 e' xt 16)2
Jackson County (Ouiilter; buildl d Mar anna
Sit-n Sewv is lue.daty Gs, i 8 pm n in the hfti.t
United Mpthodist Church Youth iall, Cliinton
Street, behind the Marianna Post Office Cill
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting). 8-
9 p m at the First United Methodist Chulch,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA ooim.
Wednesday. Nov. 3
Jackson ,County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The 6th Annual Fall Art Exhibit at Chipola

College is open for public viewing. Monday-
Friday, by appointment (call 718-2277) Adults
and children are invited to the annual Sunday
Afternoon vil'i the Arts reception, 1-4 p m
Nov 7 The Gallery Walk, 10 amni to noon on
Nov 13,. s also open to the public
Alcoholics Anonmous (open meeting).,
12-1 p m at! the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St Maranna. in the
AA room
Thursday, Nov. 4
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Baptist College of
Florida in Gi.i 9 1 m i 1 p m or donate
blood at the center. 2503 Commercial Park
DOniv'' m Ma tarmati Mo',!ii,f (nir.ay 9 a mr to 6
p m i i. :.'r' 44 '.
St Anne Thrift Shop N'ovembnier Special
Sale is 10 percent of ail pul chases Shop
hours are Iuesda a'td 'hurisdays. 9 a m to
I p mn at 4287 Second! A',' Mananna
The 6th Alnnua; Art A hil it iat Chipola
College 's open for puti c viewingg. Monday, .
Friday ',y appont'i'ent ( i' '118 :':' 1 Adults
anrd Chldf!'n ale .Ited to the annual u S 'd(ay
Afternoon vih the Arts reception, 1 .1 p I1
Nov i" Lne Gaile, Walk 10 am n to noon on
Nov 13, is also open to the public
A short Tai ChI for Arthn tis class is offered
at the Jackson County Senior Cilizens center.
3 15 pm IWear flat shoes and loose, comforl-
able clothing No charge Call 557-5644.
Jackson County Quilters' Guild Alford Sit-
n-Sew is the first and third Thursdays of the
month, 6-8 p m at the American Legion Hall.
Alford Anvone interested in quilting or sev ing
is v,elcome Call 579-4146. 394-7925
Chipola College Theaters fall comedy.
Dearly Departed." plays Nov 4-7 in the
Chipola Theater, 7 p m nightly with a 2 p m.
Sunday matinee Tickets available in the col-
lege Business Office, by phoning 718-2220. or
at the box office 30 minutes before each show
Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion), 8-9 pm at the First United Methodist
Church. 2901 Caledonia St Marianna. in the
AA room Attendance limited to persons with a
desire to stop drinking.
American Logion Post 100 fIall Car nival is
Nov 4 / at the Jackson County Faui Grounds
in Matlmlna No (atoe admission, tickets aim
bands sold for rides Call 482-2290 or 482-
Friday, Nov. 5
American Legion Post 100 Iall Carnival is
Nov. 4-7 at the Jackson County Faill Grounds
in Marianna. No late admission, tickets/armn
bands sold for rides, Call 482-2290 or 482-
The 6th Annual Fall Art Exhibit at Chipola

College is open for public viewing, Monday-
Friday, by appointment (call 718-2277). Adults
and children are invited to the annual Sunday
Afternoon with the Arts reception. 1-4 p.m.
Nov 7 The Gallery Walk, 10 a.m. to noon on
Nov. 13, is also open to the public
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road.
Dinner, 6 p m (free for first-time guests):
meeting, 7 p .m. Child care available Call 209-
7856, 573-1131
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting). 8-
9 p m at the First United Methodist Church.
2901 Caledonia St. Maannann. in the AA room.
Saturday. Nov 6
The Marianna Woman's Club Yard Sale
fundraiset is 7 a m to 1 p m. at the clubhouse
on the corner of Clinton and Caledonia Street.
P!anits baked goods and many yard sale items
vwili be for sale Call 482-8204.
AARP's annual yard sale fundraiser is 7
a m to 1 p m at the United Methodist Youth
Center on Clinton Street in Mananna
Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter
1464 presents a Fun Day Fly-in at the Tn-
County Airport. 1983 Tn-County Airport Road
in Bonifay. Gates open at 8 a.m. (breakfast
served until 9 a.m.), and the day features air-
plane displays, vendors/food, door prizes, live
music and overnight under-wing or ground
camping. Young Eagle Rides free airplane
rides for children 8-17 available 9 a.m.-2
p m. Public welcome. Contact Curtis Snell
(airgreyhound,'ahoo.com) or Molissa Snell
Members of American Legion Auxiliary
Unit 100 will be accepting donations for pop-
pies at Winn-Dixie. Grocery Outlet. Big Lots
and Fred's Hometown Discount Store in
Marnanna. All Poppy Day proceeds are used to
assist veterans and their families.
The Covenant Hospice and Marianna Fire
Department 5K Run Walk Ladder Scatter is 9
a.m. at 4215 Kelson Ave., Suite E, Marianna.
Entryv fee: $15 in advance, $20 after Nov. 1.
George Gay and MFD will sll barbecue lunch
plates. $5 each. Call 482-8520.
The Civil Air Patrol will have a booth out-
side the Marianna Walmart, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
taking orders for holiday wreaths ($15 each)
lhat will be placed on local veterans' graves
this season. Call 482-8310, 573-3231 or 482-
* AmVels Post 231 north of Fountain (east
side of US Highway 231. just south of CR167)
hosts a series of tur kev shoot fundraisers, 1
p.m. Saturday until Dec. 18. Cost: $2 a shot.
Call 722-0291.


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DIrpL iliicnI l li.sicd i iih I l
low lisg iIncident' lI ()ir l.
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nois t' disIIrIbI ai C, l onu
alliliial coinip lilnt, ani d
lone public scrvicc call.

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)Octl. .1, h h law st avail
abi It'cporl: i ()ne inissin ii
jiuvc il'. oilite stolen vchli
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pl'ov 'i1, I I midin il calls.
oit' llallic crrashI. o0 0 tilil)'
ov'ldosC, om Ihui'laTl
al IIIn, ole repolI of school
ing in lihe area, live tirallic
slopes, oine larceny cotii
plaint. i wo juvenile coil
plaints, Iwo assists toi
lmot ori sis/pcdlcsi rians..

IhIrt piubli service t alls.
ot' lranllsporll. olne patrol
i ItlUiic I, anid li cce
h real/lialass nlli t n mtll

Thc l'oll wCrt" bookdl into llt
counilly jail du lii l), Ilic lai
cst Wporling IWrio]ds:
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12.24 Monlolitnii l)l ix ,
Marianna. lino d iel's
Micihal C('hoxdhui i,
27, 2288 Cornsilk Roail.
M:nianna. no drivxr'ts

Jimn Slale. (4. ..14oS
S vetI\valeI I1 anc.,
NMaiata,. lrivin little
Ihe inlheince.
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Ma iannaiili i, tno driver's
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MNicMNillan I oopelr Roaild.
(,iiilncy, i m i in'.g while '
I i c nI s i"
sUIspnii i I/revoked Iha a ll

I'iviid Thomas. .'s.
P.O. lo\ ) (' Cololndal.,
i \ ing \i' ilithout a license.
\V \esix Selle s.' II '
-1I81 Rix i lh ielud Roaid,
MaI iani na. ilxiiingi unde'i
lhe influence, reIuIsal ol

lawful Ibrealh tesl.
An\lilct l ixawxson.
25,. 4S8S Ilighway 1.
(t'ueenx\oodi. \o 'couniltis of
\x oi thle'ss checks.
.hierCl Ke'\s. 25.
(0 11 I Blue Splinlgs Road,
( iieet'ixiool. b natei v
dlonist'Mi x iolnct'
Icidre itlankenship. o,
2,SSI telclicinem Road.
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RIVER READINGSN Reading IF blood Stilge
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Jackson County Floridan Tuesday, November 2, 2010 3A

Winn-Dixie Produce Manager Eric Asslerr, left, receives
his winning raffle prize fom Jackson County Early
Childhood Center Relay for Life Team Captain Leigh
May. Contributed photo

Relay team rallies

to fight cancer

Members of the Jackson
County Early Childhood
Center Relay for Life team
could be seen bagging gro-
ceries at the Marianna
Winn-Dixie grocery store
on Saturday, Oct. 2. The
group was there collecting
money to help fight cancer.
In addition to helping
shoppers bag up their pur-
chases. team members

also sold rattle tickets tor
a basket full of pink
Winn-Dixie Assistant
Manager Tim Carrol drew
the winning raffle name -
Winn-Dixie Produce
Manager Eric Asslerr -
from a box held by JCECC
Administrator Pat Hall.
AU money raised by the
JCECC Relay for Life
team went to the American
Cancer Society.

Veterans Day Parade

call for entries


Marianna's Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 12046 is
hosting its fifth annual
Veterans Day Parade on
Thursday, Nov. 11. It will
be in the downtown
Marianna business district.
along U.S. Highway 90.
and begins at 5:30) p.m.
Anyone who wishes to
participate is encouraged to
do so. and the VFW is ask-
ing that entrants' make sure

they have a patnotic theme
that will be visible to the
Line-up will be at 4:30
p.m. on Daniels Street, just
west of the Rus.s House.
To sign up for the parade.
or for more information,
call 272-6704 or 209-065.
A wreath-laying ceremo-
ny will be held at the veter-
ans' monument at the
Jack.son County
Courthouse prior to the

Diabetes seminar begins,

today in Chattahoochee

SpeciAt. T rn F.oum)AN

The Evangelistic
Conference Center, located
at 852 Lincoln Drive in
Chattahoochee, is sponsor-
ing a six-week series of
seminars on diabetes
beginning at 6 p.m. EDT
today. The series continues
at 6 p.m. EST on Nov. 9.
16. 30, and Dec. 7 and 14.

Instructors w ith the Area
I IHcalth Education ('enter in
Tallahassec will guide
attendees on how to live a
healthy life stule control-
ling their disease.
For more information
about the free seminar
series, contact Pastor
Lcrther Jones Yhap at 850-
663-2109 or 850-442-

American Legion holiday

meetings announced


Marianna's American
Legion Smith Kelly Post
100 announces November
and December meetings, to
which all veterans and
spouses are invited.
On Tuesday, Nov. 9. at 7
p.m. Post 100 hosts its
annual Thanksgiving cele-
bration. Turkey. dressing
and all the fixings will be
provided, and members
will vie to see who can
bring the best dessert.
Then on Tuesday. Dec.
14, Post 100's annual

Christmas Smoked Steak
Dinner starts at 7 p.m.
There will be door pri/cs.
and country and western
musician Roger Whitaker
will provide the musical
The cost is ,10 each per
son, payable in advance or
at the door. Call .12 17414
to R.S.V.P. (be sure to pro
vide names and the number
Smith Kelley Post 1(X) is
located at 3227 US
Highway 90 West. on the
west end of the Agricultural
Center parking lot.

Woodturners, Dulcimer Club

to meet at Landmark Park


The Wiregrass
Woodturners will hold their
monthly meeting on
Saturday, Nov. 6 at 9:30
a.m. at Landmark Park in
the Alabama Agricultural
The club meets at
Landmark Park on the first
Saturday of each month.
These meetings are open to
the public and a woodturn-
ing demonstration will he
held at each meeting.
Admission is $4 for adults,
$3 for kids and free for park
members and members of
the Wiregrass Woodturners.
Also Saturday, join the
Landmark Dulcimer Club
for a monthly jam and prac-
tice session at 1 p.m. at
Landmark Park.

Jam and practice sessions
are held on the first
Saturday of each month.
No experience or music
reading ability is necessary.
Participants must have a
mountain dulcimer. The
program is free with paid
gate admission.
For more information on
the Landmark Dulcimer
Club, contact John Farmer
at 334-394-2045 or 334-
406-2534. or Floyd Cook at
850-638-0550 or 850-326-
Landmark Park is a 135-
acre historical and natural
science park located on
U.S. Highway 431 North in
Dothan, Ala. For more
information, contact the
park at 334-794-3452, or
visit www.landmark

Pilots, new Sweethe

ready for fundraiser

SlICIAl. 'iTO )'1 FiORIDAN ,

The Pilot Club of .
Marianna Inc. recently
nominated Margie Mullins
as 'hie 2010 Club
Margie has been a umem- i
ber of the Pilot Club of
Marianna Inc. since
October 1984, and in her 26
years as a Pilot, has held
nearly every office, includ-
ing president. ,
Members of the Pilot
Club will be busy serving
dinner tonight, aLS part of the
club's annual Spaghetti
Dinner ulindraiser.
Dinner plates are $5
each, eat in or carly out. and w 'if --. r .W.
will bIe available to)mi 5 to 7 "". . -iL
p.m. tonight at the St.
L.uke's Episcopal Chtuxrh in r .% r
Miuimina. Vehicles should ^ t'
enter from Wynn Street,

Fundraiser proceeds ben-
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Manianna Pilot Club For
more information, call 573- Margie Mul ns on being nominated as the 2010 Club Sweethe
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heart for the Pilot Club

Marianna Middle School honor roll

Marianna Middle
School recently released
its A and A/B honor rolls
for the first nine-weeks.

Sixth Grade
A Honor Roll
Brcanna Adams, Hannah
Barficld, Kylec Barnes.
Ariel Beswick, Jahnay
Beswick. Sohamni Bhakia,
Called Bto/elan. Trevor
Brogdon. Wallte
Caldwell, Rcbekah
C('allahan. Ansley Carter.
Jack Craven. McKenna
Fenton, Kaitlyn Foster.
Ellory Fuqua. Caroline
Gilley. Zannah Glisson.
Alex Gong. Fckicl
Hardy. Mary lcith
1larkins. M .ir ellI
Hlarrcll, Naikc\ sha
IHolden, Margaux l a
Fontainc. Morgan
lair.anore. MMalthcss l.cii.
Jessic.i M ('.iardlc.
Kanssa Merecr. Montana
Noble, Mathew Pelham.
Ryan Reed. James Rcifl.
l.ogan Shoun. Valctec
Sims. Amber Thatp.
Daniel Tillman. Tainner
Turnmire. Selena ltbias
and Tristan Williams
A/B Honor Roll
Lauren Andrews.
Gabrielle Avdclotte.
Colby Bachclier.
Danielle Baker. Lania
Baker. Delancy Basford.
Maddison Basford.
Morgan Bryan. Libby
Buchanan. Katclyn
Cannady. Shayna Carter.
Aryan Charles. Savannah
Clemmons. Jimmicn
Collins. Sera Cooper.
Joshua Corbin. Natalie
Cornwell. (;race l)affin.
Jarrod Daniels. Nakia
Donald. Erin Flls. Mara
Elnmore. Ric Gable.
Josalynnc Giles. Allison
Gill. Angelica Godwin.
Erica Godwin. Cody
Gwin, Jacdcn Harley.
Kaytlin Harris. Kirsti
I Harris, Josef Ilagan., lea
Jones. Jelffcry Jordan.
Roberl l,Iimar. Malty
lane., John Lewis.
Lauren McAllister.
('rayonia McCallister,
Megan Melvin,
lienjamin Monroy,
Alanah Mosley.
Chrislian Nelson.
Jiya'Miaria Newton.
Cynthia Nguyen. l-ucy

Nunez, Jordan Oliver.
Erika Pereda, Hannah
Porter. Hunter Rupnik.
Jacob Sims. Tea Smith.
Vanessa Stephens, Mya
Stewart. Emily Stone.
Kailece Tidwell. Raigan
Tidwell. Allyson Vickery,
Tvanna White and Dustin

Seventh Grade
A Honor Roll F.van
Barber, JeiM.i Cartwright.
Madison D)aniels. Katie
I crcot. Binn (;ocool.
Layton Hanlon, Sydney
Hiolland. Jaquainna.
Hughes. Abigail
Kot a.ilcyk. Lea Marlowe.
Sadie Mayo. Garrison
Mcliter. Carly Millcr, Haley
Montcllainos. Megain
S' hienk ri, KaIylcigh
TempleC and il S .I ( 1 .ic
A/B Honor Roll
I'Kc .ih A-daiL.n, Adrian
Alva.;, (tha.inrmanc Bllaker.
Logan Baxlcy. Yaslninc
Belllalmy. onnie Bignic,
l)D ond Blanks. Hannah
Blount,. Kiley Bryan.
Madalyn Daniels.
Dathotna l)awson.
Jonathan Franklin, Mchissa
(iirci. Kaill\n cGeorgc,
Seth (Glinore, l)c'Ar\ll
Green. lonna lHinil, Tvyer
Hartstield. Jared Hendrix.

Nicholas Holguin, Brianna
Johnson. Garrett
Kilpatrick, Jordan Klotz.
Johnathon Lamb. Faith
Long, Tanner McCoy,.
Christian Mclntire. Briana
McKeen. Jack Michels.
Karlee Milton. Natalee
Milton. Lesley Myrick.
Tommuy Niguyen, Kanausha
Oliver. Alexis Parish. lxcxi
Pollocks. Alexis Pucschel.
Tylcr Redmon. Kaitl\n
Renegar. Matthew\ RHiers.
Anna Roland. Madison
Schrenker. Matthewc
Shousc, Morgan Sikes.
Natcra Suns. Steven
Spence. Christy
IThompson. Austin Tortett,
Zachary Trotman. Quaid
Van Hluss. Grace Wester
and Carlice Wilson

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Andcrson. I exc Bastoud.
A\nnialtsc Bioskniei. Jc)l
HItuinctr. M.adison
Chrintis. A i an.ia I )mn.
L-aureinc c (lomer. Hannah
Jaickson. Shclbic Johnson.
Ilamplon Jordatt. Alyssa
K lot. Chales la .iontainc.
T\Icr McAllistcr. Briann.i
McCaflrcN\. Anastasia
Mitchell. .Galcn O)lds,
Sophia Percda,. Chclsey
Pettis. Shamari Pittman.
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Roadshow Continues Today in Marianna!

By Jason Delong
Treasure Hunters Roadshow

Roll up your sleeves and get read\ to
start your spring cleaning early this
\e ar. lihe Roadshow continues today\ inl
Matriinia and is looking lor anything
old. Relmtemllber those matchbox cars
\n1 played with as a; kid? You know
thile ones that have been stored away ill
tile attic for thlie past 30 years. Well it's
tittle to dig 'em out along with any other
forgotten treasures. You might be sitting
on a small fortune arnd notC enll know It
Roadshow representative e Archie l)a\is
explains what tile event is all about.
"It's a chance to sell just about antlhing

Treasure lhnters Roadsltow
hias been in over '( ii cities
I .since 2001, "

that's old and get a ilta pilce i We host
o\ er 1.000t shows e\er\ e ai thlloughout
the 1'.S and Can. Ld l'o\s, dolls, tl.tis,
pocket watches, old ad\crtising si.ins,
gold e\\ elrx, coins ist l about .nlmthli
can be sold at tlie Roadshosw Ihis e\ cni
is popular because it puts illonllc\ In
people's pockets. At a pical show we e
\will see hundreds of people during the
fi\e da ex ent. We ill see a te\ unisu.1,
items but mostly\ \e \\ill see a lot of old
cons, gold icxelrv, and A \\ide artery
of antiques and collectibles I .sit week
at a show in Mlssouri a retired dcntistl
walked in with over 5 lb, of dcnt ii
gold killings. "t I would si, thit, is pretty
unllusual. wouldn't \ou s. \ I, .xis
The gentlemen received ox er S'.

"It '. a Aluodcrn da' gola/ rtu.sh as plrecious' metal prices oare' dlu Ito werak
econlmUi. hIt a sellers anirket. says Archie )Davis Roadshow representative.

Above Clean out those attics, basonionts and lock boxes and got ready to CASH IN.

tfor hits .old fillings I he dentist
told )a is that o\er the eears hei
would keep the em\rcted teeth
\hen the owners didilt want
ihemi Hle would tluom them
in a t l-iar d o'er the eatss it
ldded up to over s5hs oft gold.
\o'w not ecrxhodl has a Iiar
ot A0df teclh iolg aountnd but
accordiiu to I) is Imore thtin
'00 nltht think .i\ c some sort
of ',i, thc am c.in casht in )ais

sa;s, 'lhie IRoadshml i ecl\xes .1
tiir alntAtiiii tl' olld Ceach dl' oi the
t da) e\tnl "
Broken jcw lih), goldl coins, dental
gold are all alduihble ictis w ith
toda\i"' high gold prices Archie
I),I\s commented. "(tiher top
itcegories .it the Ro.AdshloNw would
hat\e to be sil\tr dollars and other
coins. pocket watches, antid his
personal lao let old to\,s D lis
told me t storN a boutl a %ilor .it

a: recent Roadsho\w in low..
H his elderly gentlemen walked
into the show and asked if we
iwere interested in old toys The
fellow lltusi hate been inI his
late sexenties or earls eighties
lie said he kept all of the toys
from his childhood ind they
Were outside in his pickup,
I ,walked outside amd to mni
surprise his pickup %was full of
the coolest old to\s I had exer

seen, IIg old nim l tl trucks, pedal cars,
(Imlin sets, cist I I lo Ioys h li i hd I ll,
We spent tlihe next I hours going through
his childhood. It was lim to listen to ilhe
stories hle told about growing up and
playing with the toys. lie said one time
lie decided to play ifarmer in the garden
iand ended up digging uLp an riiini
a fair nuLniber of vCegCltIleC plants Hiis
folks were really miad iand hli sad it xvas
the longest sunimierlihe cvel remiteilimced
working offil the diiliage he hl hd done
hack then lie garden wis staple lt
every country fanliily. ,11 imin i would
can, jar and pickle tle li hivet to elt
all winter. I lie vegetable pl;ints wcie
leplhicc nd ind ll ended well. I even thuik

"!'lIl go to l tie Roadhouw,
YOU f(711 cixs h-in voulr items
for top dollar Rmoadshow
representatives will be
available to assess and
purchase your items at the
Fairfield Inn & Suites this
week, .Mlonday through Friday
in Marianna."

I saw himi w ipe aI tear tow ard the end oi
that story. All ended well that da; ais he
ended up getting oer $7000.00 for his
old toys. Hiis last comment to nime was
"Well I guess its tinime to let em 2go
Whether oui haxe 5 lbs. of gold or a
single gold tooth. a pick up full of old
to\s or a single Barbie doll \ou should
\isit the Roadsho\w this week. It's free.
It's ,fun and it could put some nmonec in
Sour pocket Ma\ be a lot of money\ '

Collectors desire vintage military items,
Items from both U.S. and foreign
origins from the Civil War, World War
I, World War II, Spanish-American
War, Revolutionary War and Calvary
times have great value. Items such as
swords, daggers, medals, hardware
bayonets, etc.

All sports memorabilia is In high demand Including:
Pro 1970'S basebtvll ci !s auit gtn pht j a ..... '
balls & basketballs, jerseys &Syd ''oS .;o.:

Roadshow Coin and gold expert Paul
Dichraff examines a large presentation of
coins, gold and collectibles.

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behalf of our collectors making the
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The Treasure Hunter's
Roadshow event continues
through Friday in Marianna.

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Cash in with the power of the
Internatlronl Osllcter Assclatloe
Treasure Hunters Roadshow represents over
5000 members worldwide who are paving
TOP IILUA the following types of Items.

* COINS .\nv and all coins made. before 10'r-1. This includes all silver
and gold coins, dollars. half dollars. quarters. dimes, nickels and pennies.
All conditions w anlted

* GOLD & SILVER 'iC'ES AT 40 YFAR l Htil for platinum. eold and
silver .hui in.: this events liroken jewelrv dental .,olil. old coins, pocket
watches. Ku..,.-crr ,in', Gold bars Canadian Maple Leafs. etc.

* Il WELRY Gold. ',Silver. Platinum. diamonds. rubics, sapphires and
all ty pcs o .i'sto nic. metals. etc Rings, bracelets. necklaces. all others
iI. hulii,?t broken iewclrv 'Farl\ costume jicvelthy wanted.

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Tuesday won't end campaign

for some candidates

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WASI INGTON ---- The campaign
tor some candidates wonll't end with
'1uesday's election, and could be taken
over bv la\\vers who already are
preparing for possible recount battles.
The laIrge number of too-close-to-
call congressional races in states like
Colorado, Nevada, Illinois and West
Virginia has some observers predict-
ing more contested elections and
recounts this year. At the very least, a
slow count of ballots in states like
Washington and Alaska is expected to
keep many voters inl suspense.
"I'm sure Democrats will say the
same thing, but Republican campaigns
are prepared for the reality that many
of their races will not be decided onl
Election Day." said Paul lindsay, a
National Republican Congressional
Committee spokesman.
That fact has prompted both parties
to place their best legal minds on alert,
and, in some cases, to mobilize da+ys in
advance in areas where reports have
surfaced of pre-election problems.
IH hundreds of lawyers are ready to
pounce on any claims of voter fraud,
machine malfunctions and polling
place disruptions.
"We're focused oh making sure that
doesn't happen on Election Day." said
Deirdre Murphy, a Democratic Senate
Campaign Committee spokeswoman
This happens every election c\cle.
the threat of dramatic recount strug-
gles. But Florida's 36-day recount
tight in 2000, which left a nation won-
dering who would be its next presi-
dent, forever changed how olte chal-
lenges are v iewed.
Nothing is unheard of. and e\er\-

Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), second from left, shares a family dinner with
parents Nancy & Frank and brother-in-law Roe Sturgelewski far left, Sunday,
Oct. 31, 2010 in Anchorage, Alaska. AP Photo /Michael Dinneen

thing is possible. It took eight months
to formally declare Democrat Al
Franken the winner after Minnesota's
2008 Senate election.
Lawyers across thile country already
have chased down reports of irregular-
ities, part of a pre-election ritual fueled
by partisans who are concerned that
their candidates sw ill suffer from voter
and ballot fraud. Consider claims in
Nevada of electronic voting machines
that automatically recorded votes for a
candidate when tested; phony absen-
tee ballots mailed to some
Pennsylvania voters with the wrong
return address; and armnlies of volun-
teers in Wisconsin vowing to chase
away those trying to vote who aren't
properly registered.
"The overwhelming number of
them turn out not to be true." said Ben

Ginsberg, a Washington lawyer who
helped Republican Norm Coleman's
campaign in his 2(X00)8 bid against
Franken and a key member of Bush's
Florida legal team in 200XX).
"I think you're ever vigilant about
these sorts of issues," Ginsberg says,
but he admits that "a lot of lawyers
tend to get over calleinated at this time
of year."
The big problems don't usually sur-
face unless there are razor-thin races.
And there are many prospects for
those this year, if polling is to be
believed. Eight states have candidates
in House and Senate races who are
running nearly even going into
Tuesday's election, including Nevada
where Republican Sharron Angle
threatens Senate Democratic Majority
Leader Harry Reid.

Fla. governor candidates

in final day of campaign

3 Fla. Senate

hopefuls wrap

up campaigns

ASStX IATi ) PI: S WjIII i(1 S

Democrat Kendrick Meek
was on a 24-hour, nonstop
campaign swing while
independent Clialiie (rist
and Republican Marco
Rubio flew across the state
Monday urging SUpporters
to help turn out voters in
Tuesday's election.
Trailing badly in polls,
Meek waits driving all night
talking to as many people
as possible,
At I a.m. he was in
downtown Orlando itas
Halloween partygoers -
zombie nurses, a furry
dinosaur, skimpily
dressed butterflies -
pushed past him to get
pizza. At 2:30 a.m. he was
at a Daytona Beach
Krispy Kreme where
about a dozen supporters
waved signs at a dark and
empty intersection.
At 6 a.m., Meek spoke to
dozens of longshoremen in
"I've got to have your
vote to beat this right-wing
candidate Marco Rubio,"
he said. "We've got to
make sure we stand up for
working folk here."
Crist was flying to
events in Pensacola,
Jacksonville. Orlando,
West Palm Beach. Miami.
Fort Myers and St.
Petersburg. lie also told
supporters, that Rubio must
be defeated.
"All I care ,ibout are the
people." Crist said. "'I
know what they want.
They do not want extrem-
IMti, the extrcmtisin views
of ,Sairah Palm and Marco

Crist left the Republican
primary and decided to run
as an independent when
Rubio built a large lead in
polls. lHe has since divided
Democratic voters with
Meek, which has allowed
Rubio to build a lead with
solid Republican support.
"We've got to keep
swinging," Crist said.
Rubio had the lightest
day of campaigning, flying
to stops in Jacksonville,
Clearwater, Orlando and
Hialeah. He planned to fin-
ish the day by mid-after-
In Clearwater, about 40
people met him as his
plane arrived at a hangar. It
was a quick visit with a
simple message: get people
to the polls Tuesday.
"We are 24 hours away
from what I think is going
to be one of the most
important elections in
modem American history,"
said Rubio, who only
spoke for two minutes and
28 seconds.
He told supporters that
he had already won the
battle of ideas, but that he
hadn't won the Senate seat
"It does us no good that
people are supporting us if
they don't turn into voters,"
Rubio said. "Understand
that your door knocking
and your phone calls and
all these things that you're
doing it matters. It's not
busy work. This election is
not going to be decided by
the television commercials
or by the debate perform-
ances or by editorial
boards, it's going to be
decided by who votes and
who doesn't."


Fla Jubiliiit supporters
of Alex Sink ,iad Rick
Scott tallied for tlie gutber
niti ral candidates in the
linll da. of camlipaiglling
Moindl., each side feeling
s%,ithin grasp ot iclit y in
n li incredibly close race
The Cltontlcst utcomtlleC
rellnained impossible ito
predict, with polls \aniblN
showing Sink, the
Denoc'rat, and Scott. the
Republican, with ra/or-
thin lead.s. The candidates
crisscrossed the state try-
ing to get their supporters
to the polls and attract the
fews undecided voters to
their side.
Outside the Park Avenue
Barbecue and Grill in West
Palm Beach on Monday
afternoon. Scott supporters
danced, waved flags and
cheered jubilantly as the
campaign bus arrived.
"'Ve're going to lake it
back'" said Scott. sotllding
hoarse from an unending
series of campaign stops.
'"This is our timee"
Dan Ray, a 54-year oldh
retired marketer from Palm
Beach Gardens, wavcd
flags and held a Scott sign.
saying he felt he was at the
cusp of a monumental
change in the country.
"We're feeling great."
Ray said. "After Tuesday,
we start pouring the tea
and forcing them to drink
During slops Monday in
Fort Myers and Gainesville,
Sink campaigned with run-
ning mate Rod Smilh, U.S.
Sen. Bill Nelson and former
U.S. Sen. Bob Graham. She
urged supporters to take
responsibility for making
sure others get to vote.
"Every poll corning out
has the race in an absolute
dead heat," Sink told about
200 people gathered at a
huge sports bar near the
University of Florida cam-
pus. "It's all about who
gets out to vote tomor
row....It's going to conec
down to thie wire."
On Sunday night, Sink
attracted attention as her
entourage strolled through
the predominantly African-
'American crowd at a
IHallowcen festival in the
Miami Dolphins stadium
parking lot.
People shouted out her
nallme as she walked
tllroul'ih tlie crowd and'
briefly )ig | on slage lo urge
lh (clowd of Ihloiuslands lo
$( tll lo viole Io hl n c

recent days; Scott has
largely stuck to white vot-
ers in Republican ci'lawes
like the Panhandlc and
SN.iusota,. thile Sink coutl
cd the black vote in
J.cksonvile ,and Miami.
In the past week. both
candidates have culs-
cro'sed the stalct, meting
thousaniid ol v ters Hloth
will vole Tucdady in thefirt
hoinc prrcificlt,

Democratic candidate Alex Sink, left, and Republican
candidate Rick Scott engage during a gubernatorial
debate, Monday, Oct. 25, 2010 at the University of
South Florida in Tampa, Fla. AP Phofo/Scot
Mdntyre, Poo, File

"Hley. Miss Sink' Gotxx
luck!" called out Chris
Scott. a 27-year-old
mechanic w ho lIes %in
Miami Beach
When asked w\h hle sup
ported Sink. Scott said:
"She seem is timore dowsn tio
carth and in tlouch ilthi the
folks I like that stNles dow,-n
here w% ith ius. I ician. this is
ain African American typ<-
of event And shei's dlown
here I like her"
Sink anild Sctt have
waged expensive .and con
tentlius caimp.niilgnsi Scttll
spent Monday camnipaign
ing in Palni Beach ,inid
Broward counties before
ending lip in his hometown
of Naples.
Sink will swing through
central Florida. including a
late night appearance in
Orlando with former
President Bill Clinton, and
eventually make her way
home to rural IHillsborough

Scott has been dogged
throughout the campaign
by his past leadership of
(Columbia/|Al( 'A. a hospital
conglomerate that paid a
record $1 7 billion tine to
settle federal charges of
Medticalid anid Medicare
fraud Scott. tlic conmpanty
('T)O at the tile. was never
charged \with .a crime and
savs lie wasn't aware 'of
any wrongdoing
Scott li hais also ernticried
Sink loti iefusing to tike
Irs)lmlibility for emlployes
ilt tIhe s% cuiiilites siubsludiiiy
lier lo ner bank hlxxiwink
ing seniors into iiskv inves
mienls. Nailionslaink paid ul
$6.7 million line floi tIe prac
tice. but Sink then prcsi
dent of the bank's Florida
opeirations- said she hlad
nothing tlo do with it.
The two candidates'
campaign stops couldn't
have been more different in

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Real Estate, Centrally Assessed & Tangible Property Taxes



Marianna Courthouse
4445 Lafayette Street
Monday Friday 8:00AM 4:30PM

Branch Offices
Graceville Sneads
8:00AM 4:30PM
Closed Mondays

Cash, check or credit card to:
Sherry A. Brown, (lC -'1Tax Collector
P.O. Box 697, Mariiann, Fl. 32447





investigate after
woman's body
Authorities are investigating
after a womanlt's body was
found in a G(ulf coast area
hollmeless camp.
Authorities say the body
was found Sunday afternoon.
It was taken to the medical
examiner's office for an
No additional information
was immediately available.

Foot powder
delays flight
Southwest Airlines flight to
Jacksonville was delayed
after a flight attendant spotted
white powder leaking from a
box in an overhead bin.
Officials say the substances
turned out to be a harnllies
foot powder.
Passengers aboard the
flight departing from
Birminghanm, Ala.. were taken
off the plane Sunday evening.
-- Associated Press

Continued From Page IA
Brunner said electrical out-
lets are limited in the
Winterfest locations anld she
encourages vendors to use a
quiet generator to supply their
"Next year, we'll have
Madison Park (now still under
construction), with plenty of
outlets and a great venue for
social gatherings, but this year
is going to be great, too.
because we're going to ha\e
all our vendors out near the
parade." Brunner said. "It'll te.
a great opportunity for ececrN
For more information, or toi
sigUn p tor the parade or as a.1
interestt vendor, call
Brunner at 1IS-102-2 or dotwn
load the lorilt tiroi tihe m.iinl1
page of the cit\'s bchitel .
x www.co itxai tianna comii t
As iustu l. S.iiti ('la.ius % ill
he in the paridc. riding oon the
Mananna fire tiuckt
Before the parade, hIet'11I h
visiting with oui tsiers .at tilt
ga/eth l inl on(tic i.ile IPalik


Williams Funeral
fHome of Graceville
5283 Brown St.
Graceville, FL 32440


Rudolph Mathis, Hm. of
Graceville passed awaV Sat-
urday, Oct. 30. 2010. at his
Mr. Mathis was born
Aug. 1l. 1921. in Gracevilleh.
He was a loving grandfa-
ther and cared deeply for
his grandchildren.
Mr. ,lailhis was ,a1i faitiiie
'anld cat.ie hla' i ler, alid lie
enjoyed tending to his iat
tie. He was ia I i'aiihur'i tof
the Rock Iill (hurl h.
Mr. Mathis was prlcedcd
in death by his son, Wil
liam Mathis; his daughter,
Bonnie Ward; his stepson,
Kenneth Taylor; his step-
daughter, Brenda Williams;
his sisters, Annie Myrtle
Hicks anrd Ann Harris; and
his brother, Adolph Matihis.
Hie is survived by his lo-
ing wife, Jackie Mil's
Mathis; two sons. Jaloliy
Maihis and Eddie Malthis; a
daughter, I.inia lJohlinson;
two stepsons, Toiinmiy I ay
lor and Jimmny Iaylor; two
stepdaughters, l.iinda Ilay
lor and )Donna Ilippin; his
sister, Myrtle Morris; spe-
cial grandchildren Eimily
"Princess Ilady" P'ippin,
Ashley Pippin, Braltdon
Pippin and D)avid lPil))in;
13 grandchildren; aindl nine
The family received
friends a to f p.m1. Monday,

Nov. I, ait tie Williams lIi
neral I lonit ini (riaceville.
Slhie funeral service will
be 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2,
al the Williams Fiunelal
HIome Chapel in (;ract'ville,
the Rev. Charley Chavers
and Saudra McCallister of-
ficiating. Burial will follow
at the New f lope Assembly
of (Cod ChurIch cemetery in
'lIi l.allily will accept
W illiamns i :l, l al ol ic '
oft (,ia ville i', i <11i 1uge of'

Jackson County Floridan Tuesday, November 2, 2010 7A

NASA: Shuttle 'go' for launch

A ',' I \ I ',',

NASA has cleared space shuttle
Discovery for its final flight.
Mission managers gathered at
Kennedy Space Center on
Monday morning lfor the tradi-
tional flight review. They voted
unanimously to press toward a
Wednesday afternoon liftoff.
"There's still a certain amount
of disbelief that it's really her
final launch," launch director
Mike Leinbach said at a news
conference. "It's difficult 'to
accept einotionallv. But rational-
ly, \we all know it's coming to ani
enld, anld we need to get on with
For its grand finale, Discovcry
and a crew of six will head to thlle
International Space Station w ith a
load ot equipIment, including a,
luillianloid iotbot.
It will be the )lih Ilightl lr
)Disco\e lVCi 'OC o 2 l. A Ilmuse
iui \\ill i e its ,filial destiinatioln;
the Siinithsoani.i Instlitution gets
first pick.
As ol Mondlay, the foreLast
called tor a 70 p.icncllt chance of
tfa\oiable weather tfor the 3:52
p.am. launch. But shuttle weather
officer Kathy Winters cautioned
that stornis were expected
Ittursday anld \ednedaV's out-
look could \worsen if the had
% weather arrix-es sooner than antici-

On the Web
NASA: http://www.nasa.gov
/mission pages/shuttle/niain

NASA has until Sunday --- pos-
sibly as late as Monday to
launch Discovery. If the oldest
surviving space shuttle isn't fly-
ing by then, it will remain
grounded until at least December.
Discovery was supposed to
blast off Monday, but ai pair of gas
leaks in th(lie rocketship forced a
two-day postponement.
Discovery's last journey putls
NASA a step closer to wrapping
up its shuttle program ndl shift
ing its focus to rockets and space
cra'l capable of carrying humansaiS
to asteroids anld Mars. Only one
othicr shuttle mission recnains on
Ihi otlicial linctlp, by slilltle
lindeavour next tFebruaiy and
NASA ollicials would like ian
extra flight in mid 2011, but law-
makers have yet to fund it. Plans
for NASA's shuttle replacements
also are in flux in Washington,
with no thint date oin when they
iiight fly or what tlhe iiight be.
iEveryone at NASA would pie
fer ha ving a new rocketship ready
to fIk' beloic giving up the old.
"But thie realities are that
NASA is on a Ii\ed budget, juist

The space shuttle Discovery waits on launch pad 39a early Sunday
morning at the NASA Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral.
Officials say it is ready to blast off Wednesday AP/NASA

like most Aimlerican; families, and
Without a ~ig infusion ol cash, xwe
can only dot a couple of things at a

time." said Mike Moses. chairman
of the prelaunch mission manage-
ment team.

Witness: Victim had green light in fatal crash


ke. x ittines ini the 1)t1
irn.as!.injlhter case .ag.uiist torite
ai.ioar le.i" aiic basacball pl.icer Jaui
I.e'iit; tsctilicd Moindta\ dihal a
\chicle dlricn b\ .1 w o.liitain killed
in tihe 1X r.iash hatd ithe gt-en
light lloaniiclts bct'efore L.Ce l/'
sports, aitLlits ihiinlc b.ncled
into tthe inlcrscttilon
Gaith lientr\, at the tinic .I
bouncer at .a lical b.fr, s.aidt h
w .ats x.walking towt.aid the itllerse
(ion tuist tbloati the I.ash t n I1 h
a 111 on )lt 2'. ll c" tlhe \I t
tnil. 1i) \c.il old |'Cdi.a AIIn
?\It h. 1as t d.iark ictcl
M\ltSiMt'l si Mo\itle'. while
I ',. ilta / x .s Ian .t rCd tolftd
1 \p<.t'dilin
"l e a .its i t' iI It L..il h .1 \s l
In'x luitaiht lie .islnl l'may' hi
Imakl.Tke didhln It h.iC to top,
t'i,.itise ii x .as ,ieci. Henrit'. s.ald
ron the ,p ti'riaral dl '' ( Icstlitll mll\
ill I c\ itl/ s trial His .a htil tIhe
leit ht.iid idc, ol l his It ihpp1cd
alri'lund a .'liuple t t ltiltes .aild
sl.am tiicd Il(nti he pole "
'ict utinder qtIuesLiCltniig troati
lex ril/ alttornc tDa\ Id
B3ocrshut(/. ltennri dic.tcd he
lotAked up ,at the inrtiersectlaon
,.ithen he hc.Ird tires scrct:hing
sconids beforc the crash and not
before siuc,'stming he didn't
sce hc linhl cht.ane C squcnc c e
"Ihe tirst thin that directed
lour atiltention that ini terseclioti
w.as the screching Iof thle tires.
correct "' Bogcns,,hul/ .asked
"Yes, sir.'" lHelm' rcplicd Hut
then ,a little lati ielnt saId "I
was tl. inr tIh.iat x a,1% It w.is nii'T

Detective Orlando Alman:or pomntS to a macp of wh-'er, the accident
happened as hI tlestIfiCe dunrnq lthi Di. ma laughter trail of for
mer Major legue basetxll player Jaim levylt: al lhe Broward
County Courthouse in Ft Lauderdale on Monday Aisociated

ti a I x I .a h looking alt the Ii:hl "'
I .i licl. pti a t'sa utoi t "ic litnI
N\cm im.i s.da I ctiii! had .a
blha'i .kl'ohlI l'c \ct ol It 1S I helI
tihc h l.ish lll md ll thlt ht.ln
txw i Hoe liid.da's lci.il l1nil o1 t a I S
ailctl dillukingl to .clcbh.ite has
hbiilhdal\ New' anl.tl told tiultis in
an opx'initg st.itiment'i Ihat .1 loil
.ologi\ pexprl estimated l.c\ ril's
bhlial alcohol content based on .1
test laken about three hours lats.r
th.tl lound .1 ti 14 Ic' el
A \t.iltmin w iater btltlc in
l.\x' /'u stpotis lllmt x \etnciIc
te"stel psitCti lot alcohol .nd lit
.lso coll ellllcd I,.c\rti's D(\A.
New\ .1n s.Nald A police \ldco>
show\\'s l.e\nri had dilliculliesc
\wilh .a tield sobhricNl\ est c( en
tlhoulghi he \was not "tl.lling do'wn
thinkk" shie said

"!'.\ i s a .ltl intillio t al.t
i 'c>' wx t.i \iii w itll sc isee .a ia.inl
.a nt .a ir i i''tll .'x i lt'sa intsil,
till,,s. N alll.lln told Ial ,II 'is
I CxI .i it (, .i. -sck c i tl 'CCl lattill
.and1 I" \ .ai"s iIn pIi m n II l. i tIic
cd In the dc.ilth 'I \ctiich. a inolth
CI ,at two w'a xhio \w.s ilthow\ii from
l \ch le I', thfe loito o' tt helti
isnLh l c Iit hlas 'Cenl litce oll
b.aIl siltnce his alic'st. .and the
thrce \e.ti 'pmln bcrxecln the ci.tsl
and tiec trial is p)itlx beca.ise oft
dctcllen c all los i>' build .se.
I.ci it'. piimn.uil\ ,a c.ttcher iat
.an I seasonn biai league c.uccl. is
bcsi ieil ciCNler d ol hillitti g .1
dl.1inaitic hIollin is oi lr ei Nei'
loilk Y.iankcc's in thc I ) WVoIldt
Scles The holilmt tied (G.nie 4-1 o
thic \\ ld Scles .igiInst Atlanta.

a gamie New York would go on to
w in in exra innings. Their subse-
quent title that \Car was their first
il IS \Ceais
The stale",'s fiirs witness w\as
Floil I .audcirdale police detectivee
(ilando Alman/ar. who xwas an
latic onia road patrol the night of
the crash Almaniar said he
noticed a, "shght" odor of alcohol
on l.icxn/'s breath as well as
blotishot eies, but under cross
icx.minatiion said ,evritl didn't
seemclun itil) iipaied.i.
"Hei didn I appear like other
people .\ou ha\c arrested. did
hc "' BHopcinschul/ asked.
"ice wi' as talking OK."
'\Al.in/.i s.udid
'No shtitiin i wolds., no stum-
blitng a'akcd l'genschiil.
"No." the dctectiic said
L c\tiil. liio l.ast p|la cd in the
ittaitli lc.la ics ill 2(X sat qjuicll
.at tih delcnise table taking notes
1 lihe tli.il is C\xictd to last
About loult w'ccks .ind a. mI.in\ as
l xw witnesses ic. totld icsil\'
I ti lu dge h.iz a btalriced l.\nitl/
tlio iniii ulio il ng c\idence that
\ ilt h. who had worked .as a b.ar-
teilci. \\.,, .also drink at the lime
ol lie ci.iash a.nd was not x\iweanng
.I sc..i belt Prosecutors sa\ that
c\ ideinci had no bearing on
whether Ie iin/ ran the red light.
In Ma\. Le\ rit settled a
\wronglul death la\xsuit brought
b\ \eitch'; family for S250.tXX0
in insurance and S1.000 in
monthly\ pa11 ments out of his own
pocket for l 00 months.
I.c\nIt also played for the
Angels. Rangers. Red Sox.
Padi and Dodgers. He had a
carut battling a,l erage of1 .2(,4 and
hit O l home ins.

Wild boar that entered neighborhood shot by police

,I ')hl bto.i thail.it w ,as tenol /ini' ,
ceniilal Ila idit nt'i'hbort huli d
Nel'hboa s illeal ( )\ i ctla
police oni Suntl;i to i'poit Ithe

AiiIuii.ial w.Ias ch, l ing' .1 apcopl
I ( )nc iih ai). Robt-l l I \ lilt sitid
lite It .it hal long 4sks .si1d
blood in its mouth I x I\nh was.i
la.i\ I aII sT d wixtli Isw sni it Ilt ir
\aid w xhicx Ieo ,ilt i l i 1.a I oii a a1.dl
It ca

1\n 11 ,li h d ll dalllted in ll eh
I opposite dIn It cltIon to atit d I '
aill. ki
I c\ it'dt I'Poti c' I I M ike
Hicla ts ,.snl llite at1iall s belha'i
101 I tll ollit cis \ IIti no ot llei

which weighed 200 to 30(0
pounds. w\\.s shot our Ittles
lhtic Alaal\,a Woods subdivi-
son is nte.11 ,ti tconselvalion area.
thoug'.h police say large mllale
boats, don't usually venture into
suitch dcnsel populated areas.

Robot's upcoming space debut 'giant leap for tinmankind'

A.s"x lATF > 'PRI.;

(AI'l ( CANAVIRAL,. Space
is abotailt to a t l Its tli st hut tii anoid
from planet L'.arth.
Rohboalian 2 llectliontaely
known 'as i12 is lulchiniu' a onet
was av le dt thel i licinatlionial

Continued From Pagc 1A
I Ii said (ull lPowerl hadi eCperi-
cnccd \oiute cost incicases of its
Aown. altd passed those ;alon)tl inl
F'Il's picllhiasi' ol power late.
l said lthe itnct;ass IMas'Wl oi
by (Gull Plowec wer diue in lpail to
thlie Iillt that le ct st obl coal, ius'l
by (Gull I'ower in its 'nettiailti)
plIanlts, wniit up. (lull I'owci also
had to pay lor scilbbtlnis al otllih
mandated equipmentnl o help) make
its operation morlCe enCvilronmenilitally
Iricndly. Ihe said.
In Maldition lto lie wholesale
t'power cost increT'ases. IPll ctiis
lAiit's have silcid tmore recently
willth :;i i splcialy cold and pro
lonicd winlti. Mti ch ias followed
hIv a 111 x t lTAtionilliv lol sl itlier.

Space Statilon this wCeek aibo.iid
the in.ial flight ol space sIhuttlec
Iais ct ery.
It's ihe fist hulanoiu d iobol
eC bomliud lo spacet, a 2.5 mill
lion mechInicail aid electrical
maietl that NASA hopes one day
will assist Ilesih and bhone aist

('oiisii lon'ailtt's w nll up i alider
hllsm tililaallsi ic'es aantd iiSllt'ad in
evenT higher powtler bills for man y
The cost of power. I houiseholdi
said, is a straight pass alolntg lto cis
toaicis. with no prolil in lthatl line
item l or 11i'1.
I''1 I, as lie distributor. has only
increased its own base lra i ll'"
liimes sittnce Ih IOtOs. li said, and
F JI'' I's base ittc conlliiniae o be onet
ol the low st' illn th state.
I histelialde sald lite doesn't
liavc ailakh Iul thi that poe'i costs
will dip againIl th li t lwc s otl ith
pirt' 2008 leh\'l us. said lite thinks
th' \V rstOS itl it' ow'ei costiniie',ias
e's are over. Thli should conialiiui"C
to decline iitodestly over ithe ne\l
l'w years, hlie said.
The company is also trying to
cslrAucltur its theal ith u;llI
PI Miw'r in a way tIhatl coOtiltl meanlIt

.lt s lla ot l llat
I uin'llt'g its ac.altots sa,\. ,
Ilii Cta ihol' Robon.atil could Iatke
oV t' sp.ice stIation cleaningtL dulllt's:
spent'd hls outside in ltie
C\Hlline heal and cold. patienlly
;loldiin' tools lot d vivalking
aslitoItIICls: Iahnd hnit le It'\ ei \csen

help deteu 'ine lthe cost' ol buying
powea could be it''.oikt 'd. li said.
I It' said lie's hoptin' to lump tha
possible additionall dttic ;i'sc int
wilh \\whal I'l'l I ias alt'ead\ l t'dal
willh ihe Public ,SCt itCC
('taoti ssion. a bilut lit isn't 1 can
iinced lthe PS(,\' wI lll t'eii l'ilim bothl
proposal's atl ltit same imtu'.
The thiild oi I loIischoald'i's
.iiiiaioIInce' olns 'concIt'n d A ct'll ti
lioln i Ill I's liuanl iisc w illh thli
cil\ otl NMI;iiaiitin
lThe company is itiiiti't d to ollct
ct'tii to i s anl oppoltiultV (io opt loi
;1i1 oil peak 0t Inti llluplibit Inalet
stitaitlit'e thll t\\ would bIe low 'Cti ilth
hIe sNlautdai l lc..
(.' ustot s \\ o ie willing a to
tusi'e mor ol tihi poiwetr toil pet'ak
hourt s coulIld bt nelit I ltitOlli tlime

CiCs lik'e CaC\ lakes a lires.
\VW\. Rolbonaiut's dcscelndants
could C\ll scout utl asteroitds
Mlins and other worlds in llie
decaIdeis aheada, paving the w\ay for

The adventure begins
\'tWednesdal afternoon.

ol tiuse rate. 'ustomllci's who would
ICtenit b'll m l it e Ic e i incriiupiblle rati
ari hose \\illing to risk a tiemitpo
ia.i slhatidomin in i llii own elec
Ilctly, il ot\call demtan't ald tx'ceded
'lhe Ivo tlalte options must been
in place b\ 'Icblaiai 2011 i, or the
citI can a'.iahin coiisidet a takeover
of I distibilltion s'vstem iln
town. mlaianna looked into that
possibihly b'lolic the i'r en' t i'vll
al of lhIe li.inchiste .i uiement. The
cil It lllalta tcl decided ag'aistl the
lakcoit' 'bui pIti aI clause in the
liahclhisc' .ai'.'ci lleent I'.tiVil' it the
i'liht to l e' visit the tidela ilt t e rate
op1iots x'were' tl otl'frCd b\ itie\t
I b aai tl.i
I hlo schoalcli s.iid thle tliu e o
uste ilat' miahd it i tltciit illilt ileat
options are being wt' lked oout now.
atd lite e'\l ts tcllm to be aiaidv lot
adloption in a c;Iouplc ol \\week

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Docs help make pot available in CA

I'\m,. 11\ .\n P1,: \V|;IIHt 1,b

Fourteen years since
.Calitornians passed the first
in the nation medical mari-
juana law,. pot is not just lor
the sick. IHundreds of med-
ical ilarijualna doctors, oper-
ating without official scruti-
ny, have helped make it
available to nearly anyone
who wants it.
They are practicing a
lucrative and thriving spe-
cialty, becoming the linch-
pins of a billion-dollar
industry. And yet they do not
have to report to whom they
recommend the drug to, how
many referrals they give or
for what ailments.
"There is something inap-
propriate about doctors
being the gateckeepers," said
l i Ci Certimak, president
of the CaliforniaL Society of
Addiction Medicine. "lTheyv
,lrv secretaries here ... All
they Mar doing is tllimi., the
police to keep their hands
As voters go to the polls
luesday to decide it they
\Mwant California to be the
first to legalize recreational
p[Xt use anld sales, the mled-
ical llmarijuana s\ysteml theV
helped establish in ll10% has
eftecti\cly become a legal
cover to smoke pot,
The s stem also stands as'
a cautionary example for
other states crafting their
o\wn la\ s. Among them are
A\nona and South Dakota.
which hawXe medical mari-
juana on Tuesday's ballot.

A hawker entices pedestrians to stop at Kush Doctor, (I medical marijuana dispensary
along the Venice Beach Boardwalk in Los Angeles. Fourteen years since Californians
passed I hofiI l iIn ll nai.n medical marijuana law, pot is not just for the sick. Hundreds
of medical marijuana doctors, .' oitiri,, without officea l scrutiny, have helped make it
available to nearly anyone who wants it AP Photo/Adam Lau

I'nder Calitionia's liw,
mlledical doctors andi
osteopalthls c.iin recolllend
the dwuy tr an, illness "for
which aitaiju.tia provides
reliet'. cateoi thai has
come o llencolmpss cond
lions -it .is, at' tlcoholisin.
ill \ le t\, .is th l t .I *1n d ills o il
Oabtuini!ng applroSal in ithe
othc' I s ltes tha.l ' w s\ t
tor nuiic.-al uise i ,.l moleC
dtitti ult.
tlihose sili.', tint thet dig
t.o t2s.idclts. uitennliiK Irotn
one 0' mtore sIniiIC seiouss
condiio. -.'uct:h .as AIDS or
c..n.cr. M-os t equtir pa.tlients,
10o i.2,let. trcaing a paper

iiitil for tracking both utseis
anid their physicians,
In Calilornia, lihow, ve,
thcre is no centllral database
to ti.ack doctors or patients.
Biesonid a meiical liccinse.
(ie pot pht)sicians do noti
need to have ii\ ele aillil
ti.allilingla, niilialit \ itlh ithe
cilentiic literature onil pOl's
ik'nelits ,.nd side lettects o
',pci' (l ceititicatioin.
ITli can simply hani a
'-hm. i.., and start practicing,
BecAiuse there AICe no
rcportilrng r tquirements, tig
ini outit \ho these doictois
are is ditticult.
There aie more hIlan
Ilt).(x) licensed t othe s iII

lie state, and mIedical mari-
Juanla adtuicalMc,es esCtiiiate
that roughli 1.5(X) of them
haic recomiminenided piot to at
least one patient.
(Of those, ad\iocates sa\.
*tX) 10o 5'()i dkAtlols account
loi the Iallioits o i ecom-
TO IlentiLl\ eilh The
Associated Piess scoured
ontilie dlcctoines main-
tained b\ iinanil ana ad\o C.a-
ci groups. ads in alternative
weccklies and polt theimled
[\ ilichils1: A1nd clinic \ C -
sites Interisews with clinic
managcis or ilidtois whio
own the climes pii )1lIed
addition;lll names

The AP's list of 233 doe
lors is liot exhaustive, nlor
call it be, given the lack of
intfr1 action with the stale.
An analysis o' t(le names
and sille medical board files
showed thal most marijuana
doctors on the list have clean
But there were also 68
physicians who have run
aloil ofI regulators. Some of
the disciplinary actions
against them included fraud,
lnis pr.escrilniipp, drugs, alms.
ing prescription or illicit
drugs themselves, as well as
and negligence.
The pot praclitioners with
bleinished backgrounds
A Sail 'iancisco doctoli
who received lour years p1ro
hailion alter sie failed to
heed a ipsych)iarist',s request
to reconsider her milarijualna
recoiili.endation to a i19-
year-old patient sulltcring
ironl depression. The patient
conuniitted suicide six
months latcr. The doctor
now operatess medical mari-
juana practices in eight
cities. She declined to dis-
cuss the case.

A (ilendale obstetrician-
g'ynecol()gist who pleaded
guilty last year to killing
Medicare hfor $770,t() worth
of diagnostic tests tie never
per)foried while working in
Texas. Since moving to Los
Angeles, lie helped set up
pot evaluation ollices in 11
locations. lie said that mov
ing to California and becolm-
ing a medical marijuana
doctor was not related to his
criminal case.
A Iresno osteopallh who
was arrested in June 2(X)8
lfor driving uilldcr Ile inluii
Clce oI alcohol and whose
uinic tested positive lotr iiar
ijuana, anti anxiety drugs
and a prescription stimulant.
iwoi months later, hlie was
arrested 1i.ii for driving
with a suspended license
and involuntarily hospital-
ized as a suicide risk. lie
was convicted in both cases.
and the U.S. Drug
enforcement Agency
revoked his authority to pre-
scribe narcotics. He is now
giving pot recommendations
at his private practice. His
attorney said he declined to



illegally directed

funds to GOP

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At S IN, lc\.is li
D)cl tl ook p.lit in .1
schemeC to llce; ll1, ch` 1nc!
co ploli.tc 1i0one\ Into
le\xas l[c'isl.tilt i,ic.es ill
order to sii ln 'then his
po Cwer land lintli ncC, p. o,
eCttoIs aid .IdMo i.1 1i n
opcnilln'w u.l iict nts o, the
lirer "I S. hllose ilami
, lecadc 's l lhoeIII Iliuiider
ing trial
IDel.as's attornelCs couni
termed that no corporate
i nt y n las ii\ n cit Il c\,is
candidates and thlal the
only ',ii: the once pow.er-
ful but ;'..1 i.' -' ex-law -
maker is guilty of is being
a good politician .
ravis Count\ prosecu-
tor Be\Lrly Mathews said
Del.av and tv.o associates
Jin [Ellis and J(ohn
(C'olandro -- ill.. ltun-
neled S1 9),(X in i corpo
rate moncy, sv. hich IIhad
been collecled by a i'i.- I
Delay started. 'l, i 'lih the
Sai "s h II g (it bo i a sC e d
republicann Na tional
(Colinittee toi help elect
(iOP state legislative' can
didaltcs in 2 l02. 1lndcf
lexais law, coi poriatc
mlloney Cannot lill e itci
used for political cant
"T ,ihe evidence sill slow
you they took the cIorpoiate
money they knews could not
he given and camei up with
a scheme where that dilmy
money could bhe tiurined
clean and given to candi
dates." Maithews said.
Delay, whoi has lonI)n
denied any ..'ii ,I, i' is
charged with imoncy lanini
during and caon iilacy lo
comiilitn iioncy laiundcring.
t11 convicted, lie could hl ac
lip to life in prison.
Matlews told jurors the
5190,000 thal was collect
cd by Dt)elay's Texas polil
ical action conunitiiee was
exchanged lor tlie sWiIIe
amountllll through lie
Republican National
Committeelc and ultimately
given s'i n Tlexais caniidi
dale,,. She a;tidl Ihll(, money
swap was supierviscd ;iand
lacililaited by Dlelay.
MIthews said liic
Republicans won Il majori
ly in thie lexas House as a
result of Dlc[ay's scheme.
imeallning they could then
push through a congres-
sional redistricting plan
engineered by Deliay thal
ouldt send limore Texas
Repuhlic;uIns lo Congiress.
Republicans won a niajiori
ly in ll Ih Texas House in
ldl'.m0 d I I ong'1 ssional
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The fh l Illh inl ,Im.ah1nsll hat I.. t- closed:

* Sallei I'Freewill Iapltist churchh
* Compass lake Hills V\ F) Station
* Blascoin Cits Hall

* .Loved(le liaptist (Church
* Alliance Masonic Hall
* arianiiina Masonic L.odge

* The Fitness ('enter of Marianna SalciP/New Homle Community Center
* Compass Lake Coommunity 'lub House love and Restoration Ministries
* Round Lake Baptist Church

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Giants on brink of Series crown after Game 4 win

AP ti \ .'i t \VII tt i
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Midway
through Game 4, the speakers at Rangers
Ballpark blared the 1960s Halloweenc
favorite "'Monster Mash."
More like a World Series mismatch.
Madison Bulgarner and the San
Francisco Giants completely outplayed
Texas once again, beating the Rangers 4 0-
Sunday night to move within one will ot
tihe championship that hlis eluded ihCem loti
so long.
Dressed in black aind orange, itie ilCns
were spooky good in taking .a 3 1 ed c
BlumgiariCner silenced (tie Te,\.ts Itis n ld .1
festive crowd, Antiblc Illut .Mid lisliet
Poscy backed Ihcir -'1 yeai old lti't with
holnle runs and San iFrailcisco put oi .1 dis
play in l tie field.
"\We focused oi n the little thiin .s \ci\
little thing that we're supposed 0t do,
we're doing it," L'dgar Rentellcri s d m itaer
contributing tihrc hits and tuning tiso
double plays.

Cotning off their lone loss in the Series,
these Giants delivered ;a coiIpletc game.
"Yesterday was a very helter-skelter sit-
nation," Giants general manager Brian
Sabean said. "You're worried ahout fami-
lies, worried about signing halls, worried
about tickets, about travel. I'ni not using,
that as an excusC, but today they werc
much 11more relaxed, much more coni'i
Buiiigarncr pitched well beyond his
vear., allow ing only ti.ree hits over cighti
hiAce l'l I 1 'Itic tll will i Monday
ll t onslili since tlhT0' mov\'c to San 'ancisco
in I) 'S
"\\e'\c ot the eanli o doti it,
u I .It, 'imne W ,.aid.
(Chtt Lee will Iry to sai\ the Rangers'
season in (allle 5
Onl six\ teamlls in Wolid Serics liistori
htiac o\Cecolme a 3-1I deficit, Illost recenCtl\
Kansa,,s 'il in i19 5.
See GIANTS, Page 2B >D

San Francisco's Buster Posey, right, is congratulated after he hit a home run during
the eighth inning of Game 4 of the World Series against the Texas Rangers Sunday,
Oct 31, 2010, in Arlington, Texas. AP Photo/Matt Slocum

Lady Indians look for

redemption from 2009


The 2X-)-10) season is one
the Chipola l.ad Indilans HH
would like to target.
Ani 11 l overall recoird..'t I
1-1 league mark Ith.t h earned i
them last place in the I
Panhandle Contelence stand ,H
in its, an1d a series ol i ti s
and dismissals that cuit he ii
active rstcr cown to 1as it lc
Xs six plavers ca.li made I-.st
chanon tIbe amotfa clica ot
prgai.">l Land liie 'hr en I
D a\hald i "c ilk, ,c% 1 a
No) ti ht u p:p ih h ti ,ciii t l
the helm. L) c is h.akinm >n c
a deepe ro' sterIr and ('.plilt I
chemistry to n ake 20 11 II a 1
much moare rev !1 I,' s.- ,saon H,
lor hirs -.c. n rii pl tiCia l
"'pl liac hrdct piast .iNut all i
aon the l in g ul thiI u. th t 'cl
you talk to lhcese kid s d
:- -.1i' lii., 011 t ll tl hell) ...,
thec 're goig t lo hatuc at
chance to be a pall of a -rcal
program ndt l olilC tes r lc.the
Panhandle Con 11r;1 ncCI", i a
state title and a ona al title."
the coach said. "Ticm not
getting that opprtunil, Ia.st
year was ver-y frustratinL".
Sophomores TN O'Neil.
Ance Celmina. and Cavia
Walker are the only returning I
players from la.,s year'e toe n
and Lane said helping those
players,, reach the liheights. o"
former ('hipola squads
Lane's teams have won lour .-.,t
state titles in lhis 'lie a H B *
coach, including a flinaI l Ftiour,
at the national lournisa n t isv,
something that dr es hil /11
every day
-11io0,c kids were there h, '.i _.
us ihe whole way lais veal."
he said. 'They deserve thial O
chance (to play lor tillesti. !
That's motivating lor me. I "
want those kids to 'vo thiotl'h
what I told them they would S .-
go through when I was .P ,,
recruiting them."
Chipola's Arica Johnson looks for opening to make a pa.ss dutn procltice
See CHIPOLA, Page 2B >N week.- Mark Skinner/Floridan

Del Rio rewards

Jaguars after

big victory

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\It'KSN(N\ I1 LI
JI. ks,,i'n le Ja u. u- coach
J.l k lk-l Rii danrlhd c.iu
Ilt I tw in> ol hi la i. cls
ithe Ibc iick would It' tkc
' ha. l nhtl Ill l tw llal .l loss
lh ct'poindcd %tih
I" i I Ms >let w ii I
a I l at l. lllt
l .,i m (< ,l l d hm. l tlic
\ ,tusi!,," Jln, -. 1 h wc i tulnuld
5 I k ('i ti d
i.n I)s A 1 ilL s -oi inu> J.w kjqndwlc t mi n"a

defense mict up w ith a
tr.inclhisc lCoIod ltur inter
ceptlons anlld a poal goal
T he +15 I' Mielor\ isn't
nai'l .ias close as thie tinnlt
scoIet,. .ind it plomplicd IMcl
Rio to gl i\ i plai\ ei tfixe d.i\s
ott tnillns the tlem'is bi\c
"'inlinilg iiakcs c\ ci'
lung tex'llc." [Dl Rio 'aid
Mold.ln il -l si .ik l.istc
t u'1.: 'hc t'ci .cen- hie
it' 1 .l 1hlllt c 'nt c ll .nc'd
c\ct ii in 's tcliei when

See JAGUARS, Page 2B >

ii I


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lacksonville Jaguars quarterback David Garrard (9)
c'hlb atesl after scoring a touchdown in the fourth
qu(tiint during an NFI game against the Dallas
cowboys in Dollas on Sunday Oct 31. 2010. AP
Photo/Sharon Ellman

S\\ | ID Dolphins stay unbeaten on road

Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams (34) is tack-
led by Cninnati Bengals safety Reggie Nelson (20) in the
first haf of ain NH itgame, Sunday, Oct. 31, 2010, in
(.Cincinnati AP Photo/Tom Uhlman

\1' %| I., \ ll !.
CINCINNATI lh llalho
Minnesotai (Green iiva Cicinnili As
lar as the Miam1i I)olphin"s can tell.
thelMe's nol nlll i dilleIence l o th llli .
1They all leil jusl like home.
Actiially, beIllter than homeiii',
The Dolt)lhins extendd one oil tihe
NIL .'s mor' unusual slteaks on Smiday.
healing thl i ('incinati lieni'als 22 1I
n I )llan ('arpienter's lie ild i goals inlt
a laii interception thatii kepi Miami
iunhbeaten on ti e lh oa w ile s,11ill winless
at hoi.iLC,
I[ ll'i Ilips, I0our victories lor ihe iCt.V
'l bhag.
"It's a hard wav to ido it. biul we're
doillng it and co1minig, inio Ies cmn\ i
Ioliniieils. coacli lhTo Sp.iiano s.id.
"This tlean c;allv does a ,oodtl !|o,
I Th y'rt ii resilienlt lunch oI l iN\s i "
'lThe Dolphlins (4 I) have thins go
thiir wav wi lien thIy're awav. Consitdci
1iC last two weeks.
(Carpentelr madle Ict lic id against Pilltsbiurglui al hoiiic. onl \ o hae c
thl'in oppdl by ;a wiird play. lHen
RoI lliSlIlIe r fIIuniblCd \\hilte uI ing!' to
'l ie. l ul l nl incoell cl nlin by iec

ollicills allowed thc Stccleis to kccp
the ball and kick a lield Ioial or .1 2 22
\\ inII
"(iC tihem ai lot ol credit.'" SpaIanol
salt. "It coild'\t'vc been eas\ Ihis \week to
il .inounlld and hiangl oui hllds lotai c nl
ptc ol da u\ s. bill the\ did not do thal."
Instead, 1he\ kicked lile more lield
eals against I lie c isen alus ir i s \thio
ine d a. lot mll i th" ll; w ild pl.i\ s goli +
their \\;Iy.,
('incinatlti scored oln its opcnin i
dli\e lor hlie lu st lime t1i1 season, will
('it son Palmer lthro\I ing a I \aI id
lIoncllIdVn pass (o lbi rll )\Owenis. 'The\
hooked iup on i3 y aideci las'i i in hli
hall sallei ('hins (Clemon s should
hla\t picked oill ihi undtllhro\\un ball.
buit hobledl iti ngh i Owens li,, i(0 e
'h1 l \\,l s il T l le ic engals l tilt lo
pick up ,1 Inst down \ n tlle ihthud quaile.,
;and \\ell l ive slit glht po.sses.sionls w ithl
o lil t I I t+ l lill i iIlth I It I kk l c
'lnih cl"' pas" owa\\;rd oweIs lt II lhIe
Mli.11 \ l li \\ \ illh 2 4 I ell l(o seal
No\\. lic dclndlintg AI' NoillhI
clIh lpla ons are lild \\with 'levelanld atl
llhe Iollo1i l lhe division, aill butI otl olt
il aliteri a oulh snali i'tll loss

"It is im./iin." said IPalme. \hli
was I 7 ol iS for 1. '01 a, s all'ss iembar
rassingll It's depl sing."
Thie Dolphins are hanging iIn thi in
large pai because of their fiilP Bowil
k icker, who has 10 I'id ,oials in the laLst
(wo games, I h's onil\ the ninth kicker
since 10t50 to havec so Iliman iln back to
bick 'alIC'mes, accoiduini to S ITAI'S I1
No one hlias moivt
On SundayIv, lie conllinected I'om 3i S.
12'. 214. "'s ain 31 yards. Tihi 54 i\arder
was a cairer best a1n d tied loir hini
longest in Itean histo PcIe
Stioan\i ich II iiddei the tIop twio fNI1m si)
aimil S \alkls.
Miani Ihas struggl)ncd to complete
dil\es 1all sieasol, s"t' ingi l only 11
hloilhdowns in si'\en g ell s 'Catpeniei'r
his IS tild goals aid d onl\ II e\l,.i
points. \\Wlen Rw k\ \\Willi.ins tliishied a
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High School Football
Fridaiv Griwville at
'ottondale. 7 p.lt.;
Ho/emanl at Snciads, 7 p.m.
lThe Marianna Bulldogs
are oftf this weck and will
elulln to action onil NoV. 12
tor 1a homc" ga;nle against llih
S eicads 'iriatLs.

Middle School Boys
l\t'esda\ Marianna at
Gtralt Rid.c, 4 p.m., and 5
p.m.; Roulhac at lCottondale,
5 p.ll.
Thursday -- Cottondale
at Mariannia. 5 p.m., and 0
p.m.: Grand Ridge at
Vernon, 4 p.m.

Golf Tournament
Indian Springs Golf
Course \\ill host thle fist
Fairways for Education Goll
TlOu`InatlClent on Nov. 5 at
12:30 p.nm.
The tournament, a four-
t.man scramble within a $00
per player entry tee, bene-
fits Daysprling l hristian
FCee includes round ofl

Continued From Page I B
"With a \\ll, I usually
sleep prctt Cgood in the
playoffs,. with a loss pretty
shaky. Htopetull' w\e sleep.
' t x tonight. We've got a
big challenge too10rrowO
with Cliff Lee,'" utTff said.
"\-e got him last game. but
Vou knowI he's going to
cRome out andt realal wan to
get usN.
Bumgarner and closer
Brian Wilson made the
Giants the first team to post
two shutolts in a World
Series since Baltimore threw\
three straight to close out the
Dodgers in 1964. Matt lCain
and the Giants won 10 0)) in
Gane 2.
Hullt, f ho greu up In th11
Metroplcx. htll t 1two run
homer in (tie thud ott
lontlills Huntci thai Ca\e
Buinmgarner a.ll the suppolxt
ie lnccdcdil Pose\ added .1
solo shot in the eighth
Bum.lr1ei i Iand PoIscI
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golf, range balls, refresh
mients during play and dinl
Iorl more inltormation, call
Charlene Bcebe at 20()-
1822, o01 Ken Stoutamire at
482 5751.

Golf Tournament
The -Annual Tri-Counllty
o10111 Builders Associationi
Golf Tournalment will be
Nov. 19 at Indian Sprinigs
Golf Club.
Shotgun start is at 12:30
p.m., with dinner and awards
to follow. Four-
person/select-shot formnlit.
Entry is $60 per person.
Proceeds go to Tri-County
lHome Builders Scholarship
Fund/conimunity service
projects. Call 482-8802 tfor
more information.

Sports Items
SndI all .\/ports it'nis to
('editol'iaIl/('.t/Il rich/ tl.'Cm.
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.ft iht' / iitIr, i. Jac'kson
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ter tIo salt n11 the Series
since Sp .o Sc and .iol gi
Berra tor the Yankees in1
"'It's hard to) believe he's
onl\ 21. Hle' got it all and
he has no tear of anyone."
Giants outfielder Na.te
Schierholut said.
Wilson closed w lth htll
less ninth Andres lTorres
doubled twicee, singled and
drove In aI run. and the
(;IaUlt' -lo\es c did more than
their shCre.
Left fielder Clods Ross
camIe up w ith a shote.tinng
catch. second balselann
Fredd\ Sanrche/ made .1
leaping grab .iand Po,ce
threw out Jobh ILiunllion itr
ing lo tcsal Bdumg.rnicri
helpdl hin.Cell, too, kiiKk
Ilig down H.uillnlt 'n l>
coAcher up thl miiddle"
lie I.1thar .111d on [.tc.1n
oi Geor(c L l t\ husl .ind
Gecorg \\ s'luh ituhVw ouit
the :cictiomlial II'ti b- all tn
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Ja uars

The lopsided victory fotl
lowed two one sided losses
and evened Jacksonville's
record at 4.1 at the midway
point of the sasolln. It's notl
where I)el Rio would like
to be, but it's good enough
to keep the Jaguars ill the
hunl illn (lthe competitive
AlFC South.
"The way I look at it is
it's a win we had to have
and we got it," Del Rio said.
"There are a lot of other
wins we're going to have to
have starting with the next
one. As you go through the
first half of the season,
you'd like to remain alive
and have some hope.
"I'd love to be 8-0 right
now and running away with
it, but that's not the situa-
tion. So, you take where
you are and make the most
of it."
Jacksonville still has four

Celnimna and O'Neil both
said last sleasonl's struggles
camell as a shock to them.
"We definitely didn't
expect that," (Cehnina said.
"'But I think it will be better
this year because I think
people are more committed
to basketball. They're more
O'Neil also said there
\as A. noticeable dillference
in this year's teain.
"I think the biggest dltter-
cnce is work ethic. Players
.ire more excited abotilt prac-
tice, more enthusiastic," she
sa.ud. "'I eel like we have
good chemnistr'y this year.
We're dC(eteCrineld tol a.1Wccom--
plish our goals,. which are to)
'\\n stalte. go to nationals".
and then win 11 thal "
L.auc s.iid cheIistlNU, and
altitude problems caused
issuties lor the tcam last sea
solln, nd hi-e iccd l the ollu 0 1
t [hose issues .ill the w.\a
fbick Ill his tirst ict.nl tiny
Scl1s, of l.F i' .ant Clark,
N.a.olc Sto'.ks, .iAd C('un.tl.
Nc.bst, the coie ofl tihC l.-l
Indian,' lfirstl .late ch.unplp
onuhip t-amn
"locv 'wer.t all gromi pla.
crs. bhi the'\ wenCl' 1 thce Iol

division games remaining
and plenty of' lime to make
up) ground on Indianapolis,
I Iouston and Tennesstce.
The Jaguars canl only
hope lfor more c fflorls like
they had against the
(Garrard completed his
first 12 passes, finally llis-
firing ill the third quarter to
avoid a sack, and finished
17 of 21 fr 260) yards. eie
had a career-best (our 'I'D
passes and walked in for
another score.
Even with three sacks
and a lost fumble, (arrard's
passer rating was 157.8 --
just shy of perfect (158.3)
and tops, in his nine-year
"We have to be able to
build on it," Garriard said
after the gamlic. "We can't
jusl have one big gaie ailnd
tulln around o the other way.

players illn he country. But
they were great leaders and
greal role models for the
other players," lane said.
"'Their success allMoweCd us to
recruit better playerIs, but
with that Icomnes more atti-
tude sometilmes. You get fed
up with it, and you tl to) go
back to what olu looked lor
in players before.
'"We want players who
are talented, but we want
people who w ill do what we
ask. I think wc'vc got those
players now. I think they've
been better on the coulr and
oil of it."
C'hipola will definitely
see an nll sion of i.talent this
season, thanks largely Io )a
p.ul ot old but newC players
ill shooting guatrdl Jtlne
Shaw .and 0 tool. 6 inch
.cnler Jentec Johnslon
Sh.iw wa.1.1 hilghl tlOtiled
trcIil t out l htih school l
w ho suiltcmi a1 sw'.son end
1lg knee iinjulM two gil'.u i's
into l.st seasn'ii Johnsont
w.Ls .1 la.te tIlanst who lhad
to lrd lshirl .ist sc.ison .11tlc
list 'lgninlg w ith Ktuiilitl.k
I .i said the two wsouil
poiN icd thl kind otf ullsick
out b.tl.aumc thc I.uin ldes1i'ci

We have to be able to build
on the confidence that we
have now.",
In Jacksonville's four
wins, (arrard has 12 TII)
passes and only one INT. In
the lour losses, hlie has one
T'I) pass and six intercep-
( arrard's inconsistency
is one reason the Jaguars
have been blown out four
times this season. When
he's on, it makes things eas-
ier on everyone around
hinm, especially Jones-
Jolnes-Drew ran for 135
yards, his most since get-
ling 177 on tlie ground
against Tennessee last
The defense may have
been the biggest bright spot
for Jacksonville. The unit
didn't have a turnover in its
previous three games, but

ately needed last season.
"Jasmine adds the scorer
that we need on the wing, so
now we have a little more
versatility," he said. "JJ is
going to attract a lot of
attention. Teams are going
to have to decide how to
guard her. If teams double
her, that will free things up
lbr everyone else. If teams
don't double her, I think
they'll be in a lot of trouble."
The coach also said the
impact the two will have on
their teammates cannot be
"JJ is going to make Ance
that much better," he said.
"Ance is more comfortable
playing more on the pennie-
cr, and with (Johnson I
down in the paint, sh-e won't
have to go down inside and
dot as much ol the dinyl
work .as she had to do last
\ car.
"1a\ ing Jasillne meansbs
T1 isn't Foinltg to ha\c Io
pl.i mu11111h,M, ch 'will
int.kc hlci clrtIs T\ 's going
lo pl.li\ less,. bit that l not a
rellcltioil on her .ts a pla.Icr
I I t's iust IN ic ltor her it she's
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Continued Frorm Page 11B

picked ol flour of Jon
Kitnla's passes. Maybe even
ll01rc crucial to tilhe out
come, the Jaguars kept
Marion Barber out ol the
end zIoneI on consecutive
plays late in the first hall.
Leading 14-3 in the final
seconds of the hall,
Jacksonville stuffed Barber
on third and fourth down.
The Jaguars scored touch-
downs on their first two
drives of the third quarter,
and the outcome was never
in doubt again.
"It was a really big play,"
linebacker Daryl Smith said
after tIe game. "We just
had to have it. If you look at
sonle of our other ganies
this year, we've been pul
into similar situations and
they've been scoring.
We've been in that situation
enough times where some-
thing had to go good."

Continued From Page 1B
O'Neil was second on the
team in scoring last year at
16.3 points per game, and
led the Lady Indians in
assists and rebounds.
She'll combine with
Shaw to give the Lady
Indians a potent backcourt
combination, while Johnson
and the 6-foot, 3-inch
Celmina will help form a
big and talented front line.
"Really, just having more
than six bodies is great for
me." Lane joked. "But we
really are tall. We've never
been this big up front. And
we've got some guards who
are very quick and can do
some things for us as well.
We've got a lot of tools, it's
Just a matter of using them
,ill correctly"
l'hce coach s.ad he hopes
to do it selectively enough to
r-ignilte a spark for Chlipola
basketball after such a dis-
hetuicilung season
"We always have support.
but winning helps." Lane
said "No one w antss to
warch badt basketball.
HI opeull>. %we can give fans
a much letter plinluct this
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ACROSS 52 Homer's
1 "Kon- -" 57 Onion
5 Least amt. goody
8 Jellystono 58 Finger
bear count
12 Watch's 59 "Blondio"
face kid
13 Alias letters 60 TIlly and
14 Was, to Ryan
Ovid 61 Understand
15 Menacing 62 Peaks
17 Ax cousin
18 Battery size DOWN
19 Vocation
21 Cronyn's 1 NFL scores
mate 2 Livy's trio
24 Towel word 3 Jayhawker
25 Very little st.
26 Harem head 4 Wooden
30 Ph.D. exam horse saga
32 Bridal no- 5 Harl
tice word 6 Mamle's
33 Lawn wetters man
37 Filleted fish 7 DEA opera-
38 Edge a dolly tlvo
39 Bouncy gait 8 Accounting
40 At anchor times
43 Clean water (hyph.)
org. 9 Gavel-
44 Sky-dive banger's
46 Candy- cry
stripers 10 Looks
48 More dreamily
curious 11 Anatomical
50 Loud noise passage
51 Valhalla 16 Pronounces
host 20 Gotchal

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Ion't go along with the group
if what they want to do violate;
your principles or high standards,
regardless of the peer pressure
some may place on you. Stand by
your high-mindedness.
21) Instead of being the dis-
ruptor within the household, con-
tribute to the tranquility of the
family. Selfish demands will
cause kinfolk to rebel or behave
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) Because you have such a
strong personality, it is generally
best for you to avoid bossy types
of people. You'll have little appre-
' ciation for being told what to do,
when or how to do it.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
Be certain that, when taking on
a partner, your counterpart will
have as much to offer as you do
If your deal lacks parity, there
won't be any benefits for you to
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
Don't make the same mistake
again by seeking the advice of
someone who advised you poorly
previously. Try to think for your-
self, but if you can't find the
answer, be careful to whom you
ARIES (March 21-April 19)-
Unless you first complete what
you started yesterday, you could
find yourself in a heck of a
quandary when it upsets every-
thing you try to do today. Clean
up your mess.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20)-
You need to guarantee that you
won't spoil the fun for everybody
else when getting together with
friends should someone be in
attendance whom you don't like.
or you had better opt not to loin

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4g It's OK that challenges can hold
some kind of special appeal for
S., you at times, but don't deliberate-
ly create confrontation lust for the
fun of it The consequences could
S- be costly
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
Unfoluately it could backfire if
c .. .. ou attempt to outdo one of your
companions who's lust about
perfect at doing everything It is
likely, to be she who ends up tak-
trig you to task
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You
can ta.ike bets that reckless or
impulsive spending voll take you
to ta sk tomloriro ', it you can11 help
yourself today. wvhen Vou pur-
CELEBRITY CIPHER chase something expensive vou
by Lula Campos really can I resist
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look had flor tditiniing hilm.
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my concenis. I am a bit socially a\ k\ ard,. and
il I ask my friend \\whether this man is spread-
ing unkind rumors .llvixt me. I tear itl will
make mce lok paranoid. Io\\ should I handle
th"s' (.'ontusled
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seems to be .i \oldlllg yO. -It she
mentions ,a" thing atltut this
S( mal. Icel five to give her the
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a ireorllcri.lioii. \\e also ,livn' l headed for
di\ni\'e dlue ito i n-di.'il i1nsurnice co\l;erage
mind oithl'e .sos.
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I'mi not single M\ \\ili somelt'imies cullis ic
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Eric Hoffet said, "We have perliaps a natural Ieia of ends. We
would lathei be always oni the way than arive. Given the nrealns, we
hang (on to them and often fo(i]t th enilds,"
Many declaires, when they realize that they me goinIg down, play
slower and slower, delaying the evil moment: the loss of the selling
Sometimes, of coliise, thlsei declarers wish they had played
slower at tlhe beginning like the declaim in todav's deal. West led
a low club against thrie no-ti tnmp. What should Soutlh have (done?
South coiIectly evaluiated his Iand to b i wolth 18 points, openly
ing one, diamond and ehidding two no-tiumip. Notilh's three-club
rehid was ailificial, asking loi hllntoocad spade support ,
lDeclair put uip dummy's club( qiinee, winning the first trick,
Then lie made the natiiral- looking play, unningi dumniy's diamond
10. West took the trick with his king and shifted Io a spade, South,
knowing that he could not alorid to let last on lead, called fol
(dimliny's ace, thelin plawvd a diaimnlid Io his iack hrene was good
news tn' second linesso won. And Ither was hlt nws West
disca, ded a spade. Soith paused, digesting Ithat Ihe was going
The declaei mishandled Ithe diamonds, At trick two, lihe shioild
have played a low diamond to his jack. Yes, West wins with his kingl
and switches to a spade, hut South wins with dumitlVy's; ace and
iiis the diamond 10. This lots him stay in the dummyv to take a thld
diamond finesse and comic to nine tricks: one spade, thlee heia ils,
four diamonds and onli club.

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    Mercury outboard
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    ready to fish, slide, Q-bed, sofa, 2s beds, awning, super times, dual slide
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    nets, many extras, P/U REDUCED entrance doors,
    very pretty. $16,000. $13,500. 334-684-2080 in/out ent. center,
    S.,. ^- i11 mJu 1 (.,', Il .1..r i 14-300-6112 outdoor stove, elec.
    S* *. rs u --uS--- awning. 28" flat
    .- -..--.- sunny Brook TT'02 screen TV, $26,000
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    aot 6cy tCa at will kept includes kepted under shelter
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    Sel eng., Very low hrs $15.000 334-687-9983 price $30K. Will sell
    less than 250.Roller $12K 334-897-0405 Concord Coachman
    curling, bin, head, Syney '0 Otback '05 Motor Home.
    micro, ride. Good 3 1ff Ou 23' long 2700 mi.
    Pcon D de GdAt.3 Only used 3 Take over payments.
    cond. Docked 3.a Snug times, dual slide 850-593-5103
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    b7$-0330. REDUCED entrance doors,
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    A Conquest 5' w29. outdoor stove, elec. 36ft workhorse chas-
    -' sleeps 8. lots of ex- awning, 28" flat sis 8.1 gas engine.
    tras, llK mi. Refi- screen TV. $26.000 22k mi., no smk. 7kv,
    nance 334-798-4462 OBO 229-310-7252A/C en. 3auto leSAT. 2 veling.R2
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    motor & trailer, 95 i Auto air. 6 cyl. 575k
    225HP Johnson Mtr. i w/jeep. $60k without
    Dual Axle Tr. w/ l sleep, both in great
    brakes.wh.. runs !|, condo. selling due to
    %eell, very clean. Dutchmi 40 f L-- health. 850-352.2810

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    GChooo Came 13 314.791 4891. 188 SL. Sleeps 8,
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    1 334-79-0000. (hard/soft top) O--t---- 33- ... O or trade for Honda '03 Santafe auto 4wd near Two to ref
    $12,000 OBO 904-368- GoldWing '97 1500SE good sportsman 4- 137K ml. burgundy, -Egg70K, $7000 of bonds previously
    DAM(ON 'OS Daybre _ak _ __ 1153 Leave nsg __ 70K ml. Pearl white, wileeler. 850-592- ood cond. new tires. OB 08 850-557-2627 ssued fto provide
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    ki, l Chevy 2010 Malibu LT Automatic 35( chalk brown Motor by BPM,2 71K $8500 Marion, Martn Tay-
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    334889-4226 334-774-1915 upgraded sound bike or the motor- Ferguson w/5'dsk, Bradford, Citrus,
    Damon 2000 Ult '..ra_... 3 23-4- 1 sytelm, car cover & crossing extremist 1 set bottom plow & k e e c h o b ,
    mo t. MECURY LATE '70's Corvette 88' Stingray top stora e rack, 334-726-3842 1 set CovIlnton Hernando, St. Lucle,
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    or 850 227-5606 white, needs some 15$8!00!,. 314 3477434 black & goldcolor, ab, 123K 3 s the State of Florida,
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    ONLY. $1 0 S p ,itiI$150 r1cond. I o w ner g ram s of the A H ousinga
    white u ONLY 1515 L Marqu Swlte34i 4643 miles, Loaded w/nav, version Van raised $14,500. OBO D4K inanceAuthorities.
    whluite.,A 1IiIl Wl-. $Y,125 CALL: leathtller se.t't, woodl Harley 2009 XSTCL $40,500. OBO roof, loaded, new Hwy. ml.
    22,000 Iih. keyl 114 70-/959 LLas tr n, 10,780 a Yamalha 1 6 Call 334-618-7972 tires, 5K l. $9,500. 333473441 At the public hearing
    eLauc 08 ru etry, Super clean in .. ill. $6,500. Call cond 4500 mrl Ravenl Edition Track 334-897-2054 or 334-all who appear will
    Lance '08 1181 tru I.d0out. No Pnte. Polyngieerig. c. bk/ctroletake kit Rea Lots of Extras 464-1496 be given an opportu-
    200c ild I- odLrit 334-793-7431 Cell i 334-793-4700 ext. 134 ilp on exhaust lug- Exc ond. $5500 OBO CHRYSLER 96 ToWInity to express their
    200o [O lade111,1) Lariat 11,4-79___-_4_7431__Celsil) 334-432 0Cn viewss for or against
    4 i4, 60Ki \t o 334-805-5317. Mustang '68 good gage rack etc. a must C-ll fr dtai&Country Vav s fr or
    4,l't.iarl.o li cond. teal reen. see $13,999 1o condo 51K seats 7 the proposal to issue
    \y. oon. $59,900. newly rebuilt engine 334)618-3118 Yamaha '07 V-Star A/C power, $9500 said bonds. Written
    4t.4001 $9,000. 334-333-4913 robert6500,Agmall.co 1100, 11,600 mi, new Niasan iVPathflndr 0BO., 334-688-5154 comments will also
    we tse rl 1ed20 04 erea tr tire, and extras, 4X4 Maroon blk Ithr FOROy a '97 T be considered if re-
    MoocoKi 0Ide Baier edItion. Oldsmobile 04 Alero askig.paoff.f.M.T. Chs 95 Voager, Sport Trac. Limited, celved prior to the
    aLilly loaded. tan low miles, very nice, Harley Davidson $5290085M0-762-ST .Il Great V6, auto, seats V-, Ful Loaded, hearing and ad-
    SaD e $25K or i ore 1 -eather, 1no10n1 root. r ee. nSportster 1200 cu ,- $5900. 850-762-VIlld
    Diesel, 4 slides, 4300leather, moon roo, green new tires Sportster I 200 cu 2071/718-5069 after Cond.$16k, Loaded! power, am/fm cass. 56K MIes, Blue dressed and mailed
    mi, any upgrades BMW '5,32-S edan CD&DD ,r ,l 5300 4 726 1215 olIl 360-808-0584 new tires. NOW $20,500, 334-687-4686 to: Authority Chair-
    $159, 700. S80- 66- Blue iw/tan leather, optic-a, *,,k ,e; ... ll,. ., out. $6500. $1975 OBO 850-592- man, 700 South
    274 00850 45k mi, oneo0 oner, $11,4 4 4_, 1 7t4 I Call 114 691 3468 YAMAHA '08 V-star 2832 Ford F08FISXLT Palafox Street, Suite
    SNo Kt wo B-Urn7 0.8 MC595, Conversio54 doors, ext cab. exc 310 Pensacola. Flori-
    o5,kene 000ike Ne! Low miles! Like newtlGU 5C95, Conversion cond, e 850-774.6 tliterV8 orty at (850) 432-
    palwt 334-7907959 con. black 26.5 K Purple cusom pn 50, Burgu00530 05 91897749186 77 at east ive (5)
    OB334 08 334-68brone n 5-6233 m REDUCED 2,250. 334 Van, new A/C r Chrome wheels. Pursuant to the
    S693544 gr. $2500 & MAu- lo pt kept. 12 m.ded, 68K mi,$1, front renchgood Gold w n leher Americans with Disa-
    Z3-dimmaculte cond. c 7 DT 573 6 to Sales 850-774- $14,600. bilities Act, persons
    oaded daroptions blue leather, nnt Solse Y Vtn 9189/850r-774-9186 Call 334-237-10 39 needing special ac-
    49500.3340333 tires, garag. eG Autolatc -1100 I Classic. Black & LT 01e edinFodperoc o ao at-
    T kept 77kmiles F "Custang. S 0chronme, excellent E! LN Runs cmmai n toat-
    4-.th nnIs c. ie Call- .-10-41 condltlon. 4500OBO $7,999.00 I. ^ grt. lifted, mud tires, fend the hearing
    Lite, 26 oft fully 334-687-4446 Autonatic. Loaded Harkey Davidw on 334-618-7525 excel. contend. $3500 must contact the Au-
    loaded, like new65k es. Like Ne te le PIac G-6 GT '07 Ultra Classic. Black & Call: 850-210 4166 OBO trade 850-774- thority at (850) 432-
    Bl 2eage2 Ra LS. $o&50 33.-790-795 cony. lack 26.5 K Ill. Purple Custcunl paint. Yarmalla 2W5 S0 Toyota '05 4Runner 9189/'774-91. 6 7077 at least five (5)
    OBO 334-6l6-6508 leather CD pIer, Ford 05 Crown Vic all leather loaded, Max. chrome. Garage Bruin 4 Wheeler. Limited. 105k miles days prior to the
    01C0 334 ft60 PW & seats, $531N exc.rkpech. con I#, g.e pS .c12K S14,5mondti go o Golddw/1nk leather- !hearing
    Scenic Cruiser 37ft t SeS.55 b31ic. mc.0 oed0 lit 0 3 ...0..0.34.- .796-6613 -_ 3.34-1-701 co ndtionS2.00 heated seats. VS,. __a

    a e i 080405- 615. Toyota 93c ryE I Na Davidson -lgunshngr78 ot 4WD, sunroof, trailer
    b^Glf trea3 blue. 130kil. $8750hItct, grill guard. 301 I
    Immaculate condo. i a 9. I 7 DTS fl 10998350-573-3426 Silver, l-owner, Sun- 1200?C. I1K ,Fll. $3000. ma,3.corrlWgNTED

    loaded options loaded. leather a emtras, th.an $6750 L s3K M1,e ____.S lStl
    ni st see!! Dothan tan color. 2~K Ford *7 c s 4- roof 191K Fi. $41700 D Ilex tras. rall87 Ostereo. 5t 17. v 3o4r
    S-49,500.334- S03-3397 $21.000 .334-613 3 30 2 r re, au .g. leatrtr 334 -696-2098 or 334. OBO3 34 -449 3713 ,sc c -t te" ( S1 S . ..- o621 I -

    S a h lae' 9Sne ,A e s u r f p r, h. 6C .( .ts.n. ( 1 1 u p p .17i o a a tnI
    Cuilc '9 ed art OBO 13.4 ao Itied.. l r n ble o 7 a o5 Cid alloer 2279-
    st N ial tt.13 33. 59- 300 1 W !ir1 Marry Der334-852 0, 22 9296- NOTICE is hereby

    371 WTAt- 1001) Mi NeA '7)l FA utof. 1 T4.600 orM JC M t EAG )(- '* Call 1'* J If FttlHIlt MOW A^pK< of
    i oh *w y te. 137K 1. 1 r .7 -.~ W* !"82 7 11 8171given to all residents.
    linch Image ,tvv(.._ P, V^I^ 0" ^y s U

    270i l8 ,t : i.. .! li. h<.Pr Sort. e Cyl W D t Pilxl P tick 100K mi. CD player, zens of the C ity of
    WINEAGr ,. Cdl -, .acI TeCa 94 T l L oad-d. Biack .. i hi. .0 272 243 whlt1fl a 1skin9 Gracevile. Florda. as

    sr r al. r, ,- *nl, Jr-.wh.t. J11( 0. ro w 55 194h-X. 1uTo. yoafet Grt'' >0,1.1 15t-712Ao z est of the City of
    WI9NNEBAGO "02 is, iS c $'.- a*.11,1 1O tih. ileiFt NsuCo1a.w W & B lack lt 49.000 Miles $35003 3 b wGraceville .Flo ridt s
    Bra .r 8 e l-h .0 t m . ." ir 'il-eit.tw ob 01 u lullm loa' lk tl, i (0 1, .S . .. SeAdut. ,lull $1.2 1 35,1 J .dt9 .7116-3Ml t I 734 6 3 1 w ell as oth er s having
    Ta.V K i- tl.el em. fr in weled 0l 1 Ir 0.1 A-.. = N.-tll mile. R me P CFi atIk. ir1B. .13 ag Ail Is 1t d061 niB t 1.e5 T u ., l an interest, that the
    Tb4166 rn esl GrtoCd% door r- 7s Tac .3 diesr-I c cond. mission will meet in

    Wanted 2 na w.Ail < S, 9-N 144et.41, o83- 1. 2 1, 4.e1 m ma %
    r Yds. i n E ft t 9 14 9. r C 1 .. C ll 1, ie o1 0 t t23 k, m iles. loaded public session at 6:00
    ChLar 4 <5004 2fw o tit S, ,Kll .i. o.20134 n$ Call .1' S0114 0514 o 1- 4 .bMTA.U6I C l is m,4, strl.s a o'clock p.m., on the
    naof ll0 k S',ik, Sl iCol1d, 0- 1 -.l 16 0.-0 scoPd. 02tO hr- likeaO 'rs.. lrot l th 2010. in the Commis-
    AC Jo1lh r I 14 oY 797., I,- PM- .'6 *.i' Lki.)k1p. .5f_ 114. 14 4 M1.0 0L Ol MC.000 f$rm 1, i 1900. OO sNan Chambers at
    'r. tolI AC isorkiiii -r 3)-1iii IHi I..i kl$ 1 a2o-IaS 11110 0004 79fi r'
    ippl. Q id, fill. ),, ISC Ooui. 11. gUral 11.4 ts -D 1%" 215,0 2Ca Ql8 Call 31.6l7. j4 Gracevslle City Hall.
    Qh).%vr tubIp. a M. Hoea',. I% Har Dai ..mil-.FcY9Utr.IF:. Loaded 40K Miles $348 Cliff Street.
    t. :li.000m lel,. f t07 .- I.r.! -Ii Ai 0-. 0 5 5 ,,p-r er-fablc arrant,. 1M It11 19' 91si r O 1w Ii ?4 the Web Graceville. Florida

    -3 172 iL $i-,3OO 114 i tI,1 14 ii4.1'-)o ('ill- F114F4"o 12'W 0110 U $AL"2 ilrti uM w Zrcc.C-5 t 1 '50 IA "71 ,&-w sderrd:

    f rar o5om e away It 36x 1.^ i- R R SO Ia $1t4 61ft 665 1. Theyadocilon of a
    ArotI-)~te r'1 IA,$ O4Resolution vacating.
    40 1,!-W1tYn baijIo I t",9 C IAJ1I.I I KLlkE NEWI Set up
    1,r g.lrAtj,- kept (-A 1 44% 1PEUT P1 to I ow behind RV. ing ce lain real prop.
    ,Hi, S4K :i K $ 3 9-henI I'i W', M71,T c 0.3., -1,14 7 sO'catrd to the City of

    p of S36.0et t TOW E I. T. ....A )AK *a.II rWtirra 2 41312he I 4 1,, ohert of e
    ,aITH1TA N-IN TT-OR ,7,,, S the origins- plan of
    r0 Iii, F hwa.FhIr.-S-F10DPAD %"]IT sn.I"T 'Ii" RI" '- I al ti N TIR .11F 5,ItheCity l of d iac vidlle.
    fog.lr a sh, lb'd- 4 9.'1t100.) t $4.)4I1 7 1''49.'',.I "Cl114 "6 -i $4 7*31 1li W,4.. -, 1 the p'l t othef Flied

    sKst,-lrls- 6 Ill IF- p. aon 4:t) h ait. 0(1o 1 .I'll I$Clerik of Circuit
    marehl w C liltp1,5 1.9990 Court. Jackson Coun-
    35r t CurIT '0'11A FlifC-tCall FLO'I d, ty, Florida and re-
    Dess-- -N"i Onali IiA'- V1o4-if" 3914 CevrWl eqt -j at )t i Ford FWlg $eat nouncing and
    Sei ,'on-r Itor. toil' is T I ',,/!,-SW'. l cel D s.Dies l. ,- coed. 16.SK mi New disclaiming the Inter.
    598.4935 So Much 4 bla ck.r O,,-1tf. 0-i'- tht.dle~cl| suniO 1". -I oF Sale $113100 Work trUCk. RUS Brake.. alternator est of the City of
    4.F-.r" You must 7/ome '(1 10,i A a) ,~ ftCaICd seata, alumn Call ]34 9)33 grrat. $5.99 or 1Usd battery.Cold Graceville. Florida.
    ........ .. 1doorck$4800oboproperly being spe-
    ............. ..........Cola -od o r 1 9 .4 80 o cificalty described
    _ Needs mir-a keu_ 4rA334-685-6233 6X12 enclosed travel 17 kl 334-691-4643
    i5500eds 6 3 3 S. t, side door & i B~-k_ 4 dr.AC, 5.L 62m"0red s. 5.0 '. 1115 XtI 3.S Z7, 1.5c ab./1 side door & dbl 71 cres c.-b 5.cs:
    RVs C ar pers $55 00 0803 4 -C99 brige e c. C i c .I.50.21._. 6 .GCat".210 -4166 m i G rat C id doors in back 1900 d P 'S su nr o.ofa ns T
    Wanted 136 or797-925 SS2 .0PH2 r 314-40.-2acn22 Rofd F-scat d922 8:643--9312 3 ba-68' $1010. Cab. Runs.. Needs That portion of Ala-
    Con y. 35th Arr v.Ed.prernturn sound /6 S750 334-61-978 North of Fourth Ae.
    5th 'ft Fleetwood 2 AConsl. N35th C-oF.t discmp3,;CD. Off. 6.X12 enc loseditrailer Cley '91 Cherokee or 334-695-6368 nue in the City-of
    slides. 4,1tn 07' Auto. Ne s topNedt -s - r-ad package. Call I Iw side door A dbi ickup. Ift "ate Graceville. jackson
    Sij peradoe250 $7,300ittr00. 35 2. -4201 Leas-e mr-.- doorsinbackl$900 $150 24724 County, Florida.
    ps3.yoff 516.000 .... . .. ia a "07 (rle eon Road(t.$9.,5*0OFirm. 92211'6.143-"12 .L Such other matters

    LT. 3.9L Leafthr.
    CD changer.r4ar
    spoiler. Neiv back
    tire's, keyles', entry
    w/remote start.
    Like Nei Coane.
    134-475 0237

    vI-. ,. ,.- -,
    Lains 9 LS4M40
    114K mt Golv I, anin
    Ithr int.h-r.atd srats,.
    evc cond $9..100 314
    31)3 43b or 6l7 3712
    tecotk. '91 Executive
    Seri.es aIdult drt, n
    Blue i Ogr leaIriltir
    intrfiofr. ne',i i, .i,

    , l tWhEe lDrv F nrIp. ,.'r O rr s rls
    frolUv m t -l). i. Ji00 r rse
    '00 1150 ,nod ondi *Cc y 1 Colvrue t oly 114 7'0 481
    tion 9'.,000 nil I I. 1 o. Mirror Lin, coln '01 Tvnratr.
    v*a *l' l lilt Id ., 5K tK N Sinatuiri r-fir-. ,/
    t ,if(jr/ e t.rak r rI Sho(r.k-. H',O 'n-l 44f6/ .afler
    O 1O ( 14l i) 1 1) (Lar ,ig, kept. $l I.,00 iprn
    Ford 77 F-150 4WD 1 I 5 Lkcol n '01 MK/.
    Pun.. in good hop ; e U t t11n w/h'iUv 0
    $4500 314-441.5316 terior. ialiher liatlrd
    siats. AIlS, s ld,
    airbags, 3Ik Fi. NA
    - -- lA S71,175 sell for
    m M$71.900 850-814-0155
    Conv. ,ik/red int. 350L uioln Congreso.
    en 1.4+3 M ntrl nsot al Town S iedan 01'
    Newpaintjob. Estate 142K mi. white w/
    Sale. $9500. OBO tan leather top,
    352 219 1170 seats, loaded $6000.
    .. .. 314 693-2274
    Chrysler 00" Sebrlng ..1 6- ..
    Conv top. runs/looks Mazda '01626
    14 t il eib 140k I158 K M i. Loa le d!
    Awngor9r, 79K m i'. $2900. OBO Pwr everything, c(l
    AilveSnt rr,l9K R Call 114-596- 5032 player, Whitp, tan int.
    -$mil-,1 Cl.n 1 350 1 334 692.40R4
    Great, $19.000. 114 114 197 91190
    405-917 Mazda 04RX,

    Aviation i custom rimI Inew
    tirp%, 8k miles, greit
    [ Ia Chr) l7 r'02 PT asking $10,000. Call
    Hn ] I Cru,"iis-r Limited Rachel or Jay
    1966 Ce.na I0K for Edition, Loaded 134-391-9959
    * r will taik on )7K mi. NEW TIRFS!
    partn ir. Colrmill up- $5,80(1 (14) 790-7959
    (ir1dr. Il0 1hlhours Lincoln 00 Town car ,'
    111 1' e('11(1 rio liver- ignatllre seri's.
    Ialii. CaIll Ron It 49H. beaultifl Bi rcll Sil i ver
    12/9 ()ood condition. oInaded., 60/40 Ipalher e
    (jrverl a.d white ex- seat. arm/fml/cd
    t-rioe 1,i' .iraiy inte- crws, tilt complir Mau a 09 Mlata MXS
    rior, I, ,,' i,,i 61100 69K il11. min11 ond. Ha.rdtop C(onvertille
    (114)49[1 172/9 never stmrlked in, Loaded, 1 ihllnltooth &
    firrIllr ,,roadruninn'r. never wrecked Sirius Radio, Low mi..
    Corn $15 1150. 114 /1 I 110 $21,500 114-179-6749

    PAY l15.-l.(d.4.000 mile-.
    w ,strrrlch.,lowsered. 2
    battl lither exh.aust.
    $1.200 114 -155 04S4
    FO JUNK Hoed 12 C
    CARSJI IIl I s. 1r fcull o50. 4k
    Sn i f l%.lack A hitr.
    334-41-18274 t Coed.. Irctrir
    star1 1 iw d. $2500.
    F^^I irm (.ai1 noon (MI)
    C195cs Antiques 4

    R[ stol or use for
    pa.rt-,. IFist Offrl!
    "'01 147 4077
    S1 Cha rehvrole C
    (a"Imar "/" a1kin i ik mmill-,t ordin
    ii .Whil ,Ilh I ,It. bark
    -; $l 1 1. 0t* il i1.at.( h 1--, > f un r111%

    1hllyrhlAmo n, om /

    2oo1 cond.. rare 4 0d! VRun1 Greatl$2600
    spled man1. trains.. OO .134-'i96-00)0
    SMalbu S I tI" vi inw M HD r'9 Vara
    plid pra, rfach alry

    4 $5 00 a114 5.900. 0130
    -101 v Hond 9g9 Shadow
    C100 A4Krow Liot, N li
    (olr crtd, 16V r 4- XredR I uGratl600W
    S ili realI to driw,, a Tourralla oriinall
    lilllli 170011$. 114 s A w i900.- il

    Motorcycls j 279-41.3-0514
    In tlme for coolor
    92 .irdwll 60k wtHonda9r '905 Hondow
    Golf art, 1V rin. MiraI. I rll W/ l id.

    in. riedi, i nlr, W/ (hro i Intl a I D l .l

    hI 1a lnissag ln 17sa h 01 cI ilulr n
    Ameilcan Ironhorse 0. 1 chck. 14-& w 7 0it
    65507 T-exa0 Cil ir Yamaha '99 XVS1100
    I r ,K ,, i. exc. an. 42K mi. Asklnur $170d,
    $14,500 ) 4 44/21.11 O110 314. 776-1215 ill
    1.14 4/7-3152

    - RON-@

    l Tahor LT.29K
    hMiles. Gold Color. Ex.
    cellrnt Condition,
    $10,500. 615 3226
    Ce"vy 01 Tahoe
    155k mi. i, d row
    s-,at. fully loaded.
    ' (.100. 646 620 -47'1
    (Dt0 han)

    whit w/tlan leathlil.
    2 V'ik mi. keyless
    Pntty. nrw AC. 21111
    ownpi' $4' Ao0,
    Call 114 26, 0018
    Clhwvy aorW LS '
    4 dr. aold. alr/power
    windows,. XI" cond.
    $5.500. 1.14.7192-808
    334 791-2360

    FORD F0 Ep t
    Fdille BRauer. fully
    loiided, th4l row
    seatl 18HK miles,
    $811,100 34-689-9135

    Ford '97 Fxplorer
    VERY NICE $13,999.
    Call: 850-210-4166
    Toyota '02 Highland.
    er LID Exc. Cond.
    4WD lthr. 82K m.11
    $13K 0110 334-7986-

    as may come before
    the Commission.
    Slvrado '03 LS 200A copy of the pro-
    9 6000V HD4.spd on the file with the
    SNiAC.Li auto trans. tires Cy Clerk and may
    x Pm .$ black. $4500. total be inspecte at any
    24.000 pound capac0- R1o3 r4 .071 o optionsI $1I00 ad time duringregular
    i ty trailer. $4500.. Ot46- o- o3s, (4N mi.nada business hours. All
    9.4266 o 334 4 aill,6,elley persons owning land.
    WCHI4VY '96 S-10 Pick. I bluebook private having an interest in
    AT WING MOWER '111 2.2 letter. 4 c. ar S18765 the above-proposed
    (FINISHING) 19.400W w;l sell for art, 341668.5248. Resolution, or bein
    3314,67R6S $0 334.6.91.3 1 Sellfor $1,500. otherwise affected
    Uiow '91 Tract -- Toyota I Prermo are invited to attend
    2Blp. runs very good, i rr i d, tended cab and be heard.
    all work%. looks qrrat 4cl. iuto, AC. bed
    t(. $.1.000.080 BO 334 liner tool box. looks CITY OF GRACEVILLE.
    65 .8t9W6 -714240 good rns arrat FLORIDA
    :lhitecht Tralerf '8 $*880. Call I91-2826 BY: MICHELLE WAT-
    Co n dition3 S0 9y 7 LglUAds City Clerk
    134.6,91 92817 great cond 1500
    e rie,. leatlhre $3000. LFIS5146
    Call 103 906..1
    generator 701 4hr. .
    ', IKW 400a11mp1. ail Dod9 01 l'400 D111 SPECIAL MEETi G
    wltrch Irunm4F1 4 ipoiltrv IV. 135K, gUrea condt., FI& 11AL M1II
    ho0lul' $15,000. Of110 4 wheol, ext., iall). The Boar of Com-
    4 40X400 pioltry aUto, $.12.,00, 4(,1, No1ncg OF Tissonerd of theI
    ho10se of Lngln4 111otinl) (14'8 11ntl0,) POLME OF RI lo f
    I dllnkel 34.7 6 47 1lc P "I EARiNG Northwest Florida
    9"7118 tir 114i, 6,10 1 Regional Housing Au-
    S 4 -101 pu of Sec- thorty will h110111a
    Drying Trallers S10. I, .1 141(f) of the ln Special Meeting. No-
    Good condo good h'ial Rev ent e Codit member 16, 2010, at
    ires .134-899 3914 ,, he1,, asm ended, the Holiday Inn11
    FARM EQUIPMENT IH o e notice S|ills. 2725 Graves
    FARM EQUIPMENT IH Dod 04 Ram Rod Is h'-l-by Iven that Road Talliahtiasee
    1440 Collinle w/ 4di H tlitiurk w/114 the l-sc.iniIa Counllty florida. Meeting will
    heads $10,000. CAT k lhwv. mi. Like now. HousinU finance An- begin at 1:00 p.m.
    Do1ri D4b & root Newr hino llner A thot1ty (the "Aiithori. E S.T The lleeting
    rake 8511-415-0431B Ii bed (-cover Inflnitv tv") will hold a public will be open to the
    GOLF FAIRWAY S factor sound, red' hearing 1 with respect public.
    GANG W/DIESEL MO blk leatller Interior. to a plan of finance
    TOR $3500. 34-678- Svcdl bhydal,,. (01 a sIgnol-fiallv NEED TO
    656A $12,0011 Mlust see. Illoitgue proglaillm of
    66 (850)'60 31' l the Auithorityv. and
    GOLF TORO GREENS k the 'onpla ted Is L A C E
    I MASTER Rl-31 REFL I- 05 DakLota4k suSAn. ,n1d sale from l
    6'$4000.334-678- (1-caSLI3,4 time to time of not1
    6568 T- i -. power, Fxc $13,800. $3t0,000,ol0 S Singi
    GOLF -TRI-KING 1900 0O 3134-449-1864 V illl M ge
    3 GANG REFL OTOIa'liv Montgnse It'Sl
    W/DS L M ORRewe Bonds l sitimple,

    $2,500. 334-78-6a 68 l t call one our friendly
    John Dewr 05'48 HP,. he al' iliiu Is at 8:00
    full wh. drive, front aml, on 1lhursday, Classified representatives
    end loaded, biushhog, Novenmb-e 18, 2010,
    finish lmowe, idlsk, Dod11e 'i Vlpei in lth Onv\ C'onfel And they will be
    spredd1i'l & box blade I iuck. NADA $2li.'w' once Room of ill Ho-
    $18,200.010 79811-335 $18H,901 I ade teil Duval., 415 South glad to assist you.
    Less thnn 1000 lirs 8H50i-210.1-4' Monloe Street. lalla-

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    Ponder anxious

    to put loss

    behind him


    TA-\..AlA.-SSFl No
    one w%. s more .ai110ous. ftor
    Monday s practice to roll
    around than 1loridIa Stilc
    Lquaitorb.ick ( ChtiN1ta1n
    It \,ss i lailly chance Io
    put last Thursday agoni/-
    ing 28 24 lo, .11 tNorth
    Carolina Stale tbhiuld htln
    after hal inoi a couple extit
    dai s to think .iout( Iit.
    'frndiay wa.s nt (tun, Yio
    kind of stayed in tihe housc
    all day." Ponder said.ud "1 as
    kind of waiting for Monda,
    to get here. not excited, but
    waning to get it over and
    get back on the practice field
    and regroup."
    No. 24 Florida State (6-2.
    4-1 Atlantic Coaist
    Conference) will try to
    rebound Saturday when
    North Carolina (5-3. 2-2)
    comes calling as the
    Seminoles' tHomecommng
    Before heading to the
    practice field, though.
    Ponder calmly answered
    questions about tumblling
    away what could have been
    a game-winning touchdown
    at NC' Stale.
    'The SSeminoles were Jlslt
    three yards ,oinm the goal
    line with little more than
    two minutes left in thIe
    game. Ponder was cycing anl
    open receiver in the end
    zone when running back Ty
    Jones bumped him on a play
    action fake. The hall fell to
    the turf. The Wo I pack
    recovered and ran out the
    "It was a fluke thing,"
    Ponder said. "We ran the
    play a thousand tiites in
    practice and it's never been
    like that before."
    Ponder, though, took the
    The loss dropped Florida
    State eight places in the
    national rankings. The
    Seminoles also lost control
    of their own destiny in Ithe
    To keep their title chances
    alive, the they must will Iheir
    remaining three league
    gaines and hope NC Stalte
    stumbles somewhere along
    the way. Hothli eams have
    one loss inI llie A(CC's
    Atlantic Division, buit lie
    head-to-ihead victory gives
    the Wolfpack Ihe lic breaker.
    HFlorida State coach Jimnho
    Fisher said Thursday's loss
    is probably something
    Ponder and the rest olf his
    players will never forget. IHe
    said lhe games he still
    iiremembelirs most as a player
    ar o: l oi's h' lo .st
    "I lhop'lully, il llih y'r' lIhe
    omp tii'l ois I lhink lth y ;ir
    a; i li;iv lleic li;ii ;i(or-i
    whl li I 111111k lthe Iy I ial

    'It s n()t g(t)iI to(

    t)r 1 us alnY

    ( 7rint.it o) ',tir('r
    fi 'u.irtcrt,.h'k

    c'llwe 11 tcIl\ 0 .til tl Ii c'
    ba. k. ishihcr s.il
    lHi dclcndid lhi qlu.itcIr
    b.ha k, s.i', N 1%if)I, P ,.dcl 1a no
    guillt gl o lextending the b.ill
    too much o the Irit.l l.ikc
    "It Ws. L tight to the tolo.,"
    F fisher sa.ti. "It got dcItlestcd
    out and that' ut Jus hat hI.p-
    pens It' unfitnortuate w. C
    didn't execute the pla.."
    Ponder soretnces t(aksc
    tlol) much blame s. hen
    things go s wrong. but that',,
    earnTed him the respect ottl his
    tcallnlatcs. Fisher said
    VWhen h ou 'r part ot a.
    team. soimichlKosls got gto
    take their bullets and he'
    willing to lake them." 'Fisher
    said "He's an ultimate co 111
    pctitor and he never w ,ants to
    I'm nt ,it ,l anlyNxl 'I else"
    Fisher saiid Pondei is the
    reason the Seminolcs hae
    gotten as ,lr is i lthe, hat.
    this seasonal
    Ponder Also letl ,i11
    iliipression on Noiih
    ( arolina coach IliHith l).avis
    alter throw intg lot ltih(-
    tolichdo..wns and a c. lcer
    high 195 yards in leading
    thle Seminoles itoi a come
    Irom- behind 10 27 victor
    against the Tir IIels last
    "The thing that probably
    makes hii the most danger-
    otus .. is his ,. ility to keep
    plays alive, his ability to
    move around the pkel stand
    turn whale tilith've potlien-
    tially b-en an incompletlion
    or a sack into a ,1 5 and
    somlletimesll a 10 or 15 yard
    run." Davis said.
    Given Ponder's big nightly
    a year ago and North
    'arolilla's struggle to barely
    defeat lower division
    William & Mary 21-17 last
    week, the Tar Heels may be
    jusl what the Seminoles
    need to forget ahout what
    happened at NC Stale.
    Not so. because Northi
    ('arolina will field one of tile
    best (ldeenses the Seminloles
    will soee this season, Pondei
    Fosr soilie reason it h ill)
    pelned to) go our way tihat
    Inighl last year." lie said.
    Maybe just like things
    didn't go Florida State's
    way last week.
    "It's not going to he tan
    easy game lor lus by any
    'meansll." Polnder said.
    "ThIlia a; positive betaIiuse
    we( '( g nl ll toh have to I'tcI
    ( iis (1111 k


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    Sai I l iancisi o 11, lexs /I
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    lexas 4, Sanil Ehaoisco 2
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    Sa il f[an(.is(o 4, lexas 0, Sail FranIso ( ,ads series
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    lexas (Wilson 15-8) at San Ifrancisco (Cain 1 -11),
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    Thursday, Nov. 4
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    NY, lets % 2 0 /l'H 1')9 110
    Miami gI I 0 5/1I I l 1.1)
    Huftahlo 0 / 0 000 111 211
    W L T Pet PF PA
    Houston 4 2 0 667 1SJ Ib/
    Indlanapolls 4 2 0 ,66/ 161 15P,
    lennessee 5 I 0 .625 224 150
    Jacksonville 4 4 0 500 16S 226
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    Pittsburgh S 2 0 114 14/ 102
    Cleveland 2 5 0 286 118 142
    Cininnati 2 5 0 286 146 161
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    Oakland 4 4 0 500 212 168
    S. Digoe 3 5S 0 375 210 1/4
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    Mortia hi'. 2
    San Antonio 1
    Pilot olh 0l
    Northwest Division
    Portlanid 3
    Denver 2
    Oklahoma (City 2
    Milnnesita I 1
    Utlah 1
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    Tuesday's Games
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    MIIIIIInw i ,L t M rlnlla / 10 pin ,I
    O)lando ato New Yoik. / W0 p in
    Portlalnd iat MilVwauke'.. 8 p rin
    Melinph at t I A Laker\ 10 30 pin
    Wednesday's Games
    Datit at. Aln.iit. 1 p in
    ( hatlotlte at New Jieri y. Ip 1)n
    MPinnei olt .it Orlaindo. 1 p in
    Ind nlgi.I ,t PhI' ilad.u lphi, I i) rI
    Mllwaukete Bolllst)l, H p 111
    Noi, Orl in atl Huu Iostun. 8 30 p in1
    Da.llAS ,it Denver, 9 p in
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    7, Denny Hamlin, 6,135,
    3, Kevin Harvick, 6,111.
    4, Jeff Goruidon, 5',4.
    5, Kyle Busch, ,919.
    6, Carl [dward', 5,902
    7, luony Stewart, 5,'32
    8, Mail Kinseth, 5,825
    9, Kurtl uii.s /5 99.
    10, lJeffl urto '),/9/
    11, (il'I Ififflo', ],/88
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    16, Juan iPablo Monitoya, ,866.
    1/, Joey LoJano, 3,809
    18, David Reutiniann, 3,112.
    19, Dale Larflihardl J, 3,662
    20, Martin luex Jr, 3.,614
    1, Jitmiue Johnson, $6,652,94/
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    3, Kurt Busch, 56,351,919
    4, Kevin Harvick, $6,250,656
    5, Kyle Busch, S5,919,143
    6. Jeff Gordon, $S5,333,253
    7, Tony Stewart $5.280,734
    8. Denny Hamlin, $5,211,128
    9, Matt Kenseth, 54,998,328
    10, Carl Edwards, $4,977,313 ,
    11, Kasey Kahne. $4,891,416
    12 Jeff Burton, $4,846,480
    13, David Reutimann, S4,766,119
    14, Juan Pablo Montoya, $4.749,738
    15, Joey Logano, $4.660,861
    16, Greg Biffle. 54.570,762
    171 Ryan Newman, S4.547,752
    18 Climt Bowyer, S4,393,804
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    20, Dale Earnhardt Jr, S4.309,528



    81 T'uesday. November 2, 2010 Jackson County Floridanl

    HALLOWEEN www.,RJ(ilDAN.com

    Nymiracle White hunts for the perfect treat while
    visiting the Marianna Fire Department Saturday.

    Williams Anderson may have been dressed up as a shark for IH ill...... I but he was stlll ..:ll,. I to try fishing
    for goodies at the First Baptist Church's Fall Festival Saturday Photos by Mark Skinner/Floridan

    Creepy, crawly and cute

    Above, Ten-month-old Aaliyah Johnson tokes a cat nap
    while guarding a pumpkin of goodies Saturday
    Right, Car'Daisha Cooper, Nia'kavia Johnson and
    Tyree Johnson line up for some goodies while trick or
    treating Saturday.

    Austin Gostomski, Julian Xuereb, Kyle Vandermeide
    and Cameron Hewitt fearfully debate whether the
    spook in front of them is a mannequin or a person while
    lirJ, ini outs-ide of the entrance to the haunted house
    (at f lorida Co avern,s State Park's Spirit of the Caveins

    Patsy Sapp, '. -1R I'' o r.. rn
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    Steampunk pirate Holly Walters and the The Doctor,
    aka Chris Holloway get ready to hunt some Halloween
    fun Saturday

    Laura Dewey. Levin
    Dewey, Aaron
    Hamilton and
    Amanda Hamilton
    get a fright while vis-
    iting the haunted
    house at Florida
    Caverns State Park.


    (CYCLE 2010-01ER)
    Ja+kson C(Moun. Flonida,. b and thiomunh its Board of
    (ountlits (o nilnssioncrs. \\ il .conisidic for adoption
    lth JaIckson Count (' ompichl'nsi,\c Plan .AR Based
    Amendlients ORC Response (\le lc2010-011 R). and
    t.ansimiltlal to ithe Florida palliucnl t of Conlmuniit
    AH.tl (IX'A fol oi iLt It\ It', ipul 'ttll l to ithe
    I i'iC lll'lle ts it ol ( 'ipi|" tli t6' 1 I 01l lontida Sltatuts.

    I'li1i it ils ,didoptiion. .1 public hclianie on ilthe
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    Adiinisiatlion Hihhn, .' (0,1 Madison Strt'cl.
    MaItanna. IIIIl das. follows

    Jackson ('Count l iord of C(ount Conintissiolners
    Coun ti) ("'omat mission Cl('ihambtrs
    Meeting Dlate: Novembe r 9. 2010
    Time: 9:15 1.111.

    hI'c FAR Based A.'\itilndnllts ORC Responsc
    (('Iclc 2010 01 R1) imai be inspected i'' the public
    a;t the Coiltnillillit\ I)c\ lopinl'ilt llparitllc -S7nt
    I ali tvcll Slt'e l. iMaiannl ,. I'l H et' cn tell lilonrs of
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