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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as: Sunday Floridan
Portion of title: Floridan
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Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: November 30, 2010
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Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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FLORIDAN


TUESDAY


Murder stuns community


Vivian Ford and Larry Ford accepted the Peanut Farmer of the Year and the High Corn Yield awards at the 2006 Farm City Day
Banquet.Vivian was slain in her home on Saturday.- Mark Skinner/Floridan


colleagues mourn Vivian Ford


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FlORIDAN STAI I WRIEr
Vivian Ford was honored by her stunned
and grieving colleagues Monday morning,
less than 48 hours after she was slain in her
Malone-area home.
Ford, 63. was killed Saturday. Law
enforcement was summoned around 6 p.m.
after her body was discovered.
Her accused killer, 21-year-old John
Wayne Lincoln II of Malone, has been
charged with an open count of murder.
An alleged associate, 38-year-old King
Edward Sherman of Marianna, has been
arrested in the case on charges of burglary
and;dealing in stolen property.
The arrests brought relief but little com-
fort to the many people who loved Ford.
There were no empty seats and few dry
eyes in the crowd assembled at school board
headquarters on Jefferson Street in
Marianna. Ford, an administrative assistant
to Superintendent of Schools Lee Miller,
had served the school system for many
years.
The depth of her career-long contribution
was far more than a job title could convey,
her co-workers said. She exemplified pro-
fessionalism and, at the same time, her lov-
ing spirit was almost palpable as she carried
out her duties. She went beyond the neces-
sary, they said, and embraced the lives she


"... we all respected and loved her so much. How
anybody could kill this woman is beyond me, and I hope
justice is served."
-Dr. Terry Nichols,
School Board member


touched.
She was the "First Lady of the Jackson
County school district" and "the mother of
the building" at school headquarters, speak-
ers declared Monday.
Many school board members say she was
their most vital contact in their early days on
the board and beyond. She helped them
learn the ropes and provided constant sup-
port throughout their terms, they said.
Although she had served under three dif-
ferent superintendents over the years, poli-
tics never played a part in how she conduct-
ed herself or her business for the district.
Colleagues said her unwavering ethics and
loyalty to each superintendent earned her
the trust of virtually everyone who knew
her. Her spirit of giving and motherly sup-
port earned her their love.
When Dr. Terry Nichols was sworn in for
his third term on the board just a few days
ago, he asked Ford to hold the Bible used in


the ceremony.
He said that choice means even more to
him now.
"She was the kind of person who was con-
tent to stay in the background and just do
her work." Nichols said. "She was a very
humble person, so she was a little shy of
doing (the ceremonial task). But she had
done so much to help me. She was always
smiling, always so very helpful that I want-
ed to recognize her in that way.
"After the ceremony, a lot of people told
me they were glad I'd done it, because we
all respected and loved her so much. How
anybody could kill .this woman is beyond
me. and I hope justice is served."
Ford was younger in spirit that her age
might indicate, her friends in the district
said. One early news account of the killing
described the victim, whose identity had not
See MOURN, Page 7A 0>


Bail denied

for suspect;

additional

charges are

likely in case

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The court denied bond Monday
for John Wayne Lincoln II, who
faces an open count
of murder and home
invasion robbery in
the death of Vivian
Ford, 62, of Malone.
Ford was killed at
her home off Ford .
Road Saturday.
Bond was set at Uncoln
$50,000 for King
Edward Sherman,
the alleged accom-
plice in the case. He
is charged with bur-
glary and dealing in
stolen property.
However, a warrant
out of Calhoun Sherman
County on an unre-
lated case will keep Sherman
behind bars.
Jackson County Sheriff Lou
Roberts said Monday that Ford's
death was the result of several
injuries to her upper torso caused
by a "bladed instrument."
Roberts said assistance from the
community was key to apprehend-
ing the suspects.
"We had witnesses in the neigh-
borhood who saw a suspicious
pick-up truck both in the time
around the crime and in the recent
past, and gave us a description."
Roberts said. "People were calling
in with times, information and
ideas that we used to develop a sus-
pect, and when we actually found
Mr. Lincoln. we found I truck fit-
ting the descriptions outside his
dwelling. In the back bed of the
truck, we found some items in plain
sight which may be of interest in
the murder case."
Roberts said Lincoln was inter-
viewed and gave "several very
incriminating statements against
himself and Sherman" that alleged-
ly linked them to the murder scene
and led to the murder charge
against Lincoln.
According to the complaint filed
in court. Lincoln allegedly told
investigators that he and an accom-
plice went to. the Ford home to
commit a burglary. He allegedly
admitted that they knocked on the
door several times and no one
answered.
As the two prepared to forcibly
enter the home, Vivian Ford
answered the door, according to the
complaint. Realizing the home was
occupied, Lincoln and his accom-
plice allegedly attacked (the victim)
with knives, stabbing and cutting
her numerous times causing her
death. Lincoln also stated that he
See SUSPECTS, Page 7A >


Burglary suspect found

hiding above drug store


STAFF REPORT
Two men are charged in a Sunday
drug store burglary. One of the men
was found hiding in the ceiling of
the store, and the other was arrested
as he tried to drive away from the
scene.
Graceville resident Orville Glenn
Nunley, 58, was charged with bur-
glary, grand theft and criminal mis-
chief in the case.
Richard L. May, 51, of Panama
City, is charged with being a princi-
ple to felony burglary.
According to a press release from
the Graceville Police Department,
May was detained as he drove away
from Cook Discount Drugs.


Officers saw him when they
responded to a burglar alarm at the
business.
Officers entered the store and
found Nunley hiding above the ceil-
ing, according to the press release.
Officers found a pillow case con-
taining medication bottles on the
floor, under a part of the ceiling
where tiles had been removed.
Officers also reported finding a
number of "burglary paraphernalia
items on the inside and outside of
the businesss" according to the
release.
A back door to the 'store had
extensive damage, police reported.


Man Tasered by officers


after chase in car, on foot


Police: Suspect was
armed with a pistol
STAFF REPORT
A Greenwood man who ran
from police officers Saturday
is charged with carrying a con-
cealed firearm and resisting
arrest without violence.
The woman who drove the
vehicle he was riding in before
he got out and ran is also fac-
ing possible charges in the
case, Marianna Police
Department Capt. Bill Bryant
said.
A Marianna Police


Depoi, li altL news release said
an oili'ci Iried to pull over a
blue Honda Accord because
theN knew the passenger,
Frank Allen White Jr., 26, was
being sought by Jackson
Count\ authorities on out-
stjandiigL warrants. The war-
ianil \%ere for violations of
conditional release.
Instead of stopping when
Marianna officers attempted to
pull her over, the driver
engaged officers in a chase of
several miles, police reported.
It ended on Sylvania
Plantation Road.


Police said White got out of
the car and ran into a wooded
area, with officers in pursuit.
About 200 yards into the
woods, officers noticed that
White had a small-caliber gun
in his hand, according to the
release.
Officers then deployed a
Taser to immobilize and appre-
hend White.
The woman behind the
wheel faces possible charges
of fleeing and eluding in rela-
tion to the incident. Police are
seeking a warrant for her
arrest.


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Tuesday, Nov. 30
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., Marianna.
The Jackson County Health
Department's Diabetes Education Lunch and
Learn is 12-1 p.m. at the Jackson County
Agriculture Complex conference center. Call
526-2412, ext. 282.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
Teresa Carver teaches free Latin dance
classes, 3:15 p.m. Tuesday at Jackson
County Senior Citizens. 2931 Optimist Dr.,
Marianna. Call 482-5028.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Marianna
Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m. in the First
United Methodist Church Youth Hall,
Clinton Street, behind the Marianna Post
Office. Call 272-7068.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting).
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.
Wednesday, Dec. 1
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Baptist College of Florida in
Graceville will honor graduates at 10 a.m.
during the Senior Honor's Day service in the
R. G. Lee Chapel, featuring guest speaker
Dr. C. Alan Floyd. senior pastor, First Baptist
Church Middleburg. Call 263-3261, ext. 460.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
12-1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.
The Chipola College Science Club will
host "Global Sustainability: Central America
to Maine," a seminar featuring a multi-media
presentation on the Green Living Project
from Central America; at 6 p.m. in Jackson
Hall of the college's Literature/Language
Building. Call 526-2761, ext. 3252.
Thursday, Dec. 2
A short Tai Chi for Arthritis class is
offered at the Jackson County Senior
Citizens center, 3:15 p.m. Wear flat shoes
and loose, comfortable clothing. No charge.
Call 557-5644.
The 20th Annual Lights of Love lighting
ceremony is 5 p.m. on the front lawn of
Jackson Hospital. The Golson Elementary
School Second Grade Chorus will perform.
Names of persons honored/remembered will
be read before the lighting of the Christmas
tree. Call 718-2601 to order stars ($25) or


lights ($10) for loved ones. Fundraiser pro-
ceeds help purchase medical equipment.
Jackson County Quilters' Guild Alford
Sit-n-Sew is the first and third Thursdays of
the month, 6-8 p.m. at the American Legion
Hall, Alford. Anyone interested in quilting or
sewing is welcome. Call 579-4146, 394-
7925.
Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion), 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St:, Marianna, in
the AA room. Attendance limited to persons
with a desire to stop drinking.
Friday, Dec. 3
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce First Friday Power Breakfast &
Speaker Series is 7-8:45 a.m. in the Jackson
County Agriculture Conference Center, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna. -Today's
speaker: Florida Public Utilities President
Jeff Householder.
Staff and international English learners at
the Jackson County Public Library Learning
Center invite the public to join them 8:30-10
a.m. at the Marianna branch, 2929 Green St..
for International Chat-n-Sip. Light refresh-
ments served. No charge. Call 482-9124.
The Chipola Healthy Start Board of
Directors meets at 10 a.m., location to be
announced, or contact 482-1236.
Immediately following is the annual
Coalition meeting. noon at Jim's Buffet &
Grill.
Today is the last day to place orders in
the Grand Ridge School PTO's GRS Spirit
T-shirt Sale. Shirts are $12-16 each, depend-
ing on size (youth small through adult
XXXL). Call 209-5905.
Main Street Marianna presents the 2010
Winterfest and Christmas Parade of Lights in
downtown Marianna. Winterfest begins at 4
p.m. with vendors on Green Street (between
Market Street and US 90) and Constitution
Lane and in Confederate Park. The parade
starts at 5:30 p.m. Visit www.cityofmarian-
na.com, or call 718-1022.
Boy Scout Troop 170's annual chili
fundraiser, presented by Madison's
Restaurant, is 4-7:30 p.m. (during the
Christmas parade), across from Madison's in
downtown Marianna. Cost is $3 for one cup,
or $10 for four cups. A limited number of
tickets are available; contact any troop mem-
ber, or call 209-2817 or 209-2818. All pro-
ceeds fund the troop's Scouting activities.
The Baptist College of Florida presents
"A Christmas Festival of Music" at 7 p.m.
The story of Christ's birth is presented
through music with a variety of Christmas
music presented by the BCF Music and


Worship Division. Tickets are $5 each. Call
800-328-2660, ext. 427, or visit www.bap-
tistcollege.edu.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road.
Dinner, 6 p.m. (free for first-time guests);
meeting, 7 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856, 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.
Saturday, Dec. 4
The Jackson County Health Department
Closing the Gap Cardiovascular Disease
Program presents a free yoga class, 8:30 a.m.
at Integras Therapy & Wellness Center, 4230
Lafayette St., Marianna. Call 482-6221.
Alford Community Health Clinic, 1770
Carolina St. in Alford, is open 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. The free clinic for patients without
medical insurance who meet federal income
guidelines treats short-term illnesses as well
as chronic conditions. Appointments avail-
able (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-ins
welcome (sign in before noon).
The Town of Alford's annual Christmas
parade begins at 11 a.m. (line up at 10 a.m.).
Santa Claus will greet children at the Alford
Community Center immediately following
the parade. Call 579-4684.
AmVets Post 231 north of Fountain (east
side of US Highway 231, just south of
CR167) hosts a series of turkey shoot
fundraisers, 1 p.m. Saturday until Dec. 18.
Cost: $2 a shot. Call 722-0291.
The Baptist College of Florida presents
"A Christmas Festival of Music" at 2 and 6
p.m. The story of Christ's birth is presented
through music with a variety of Christmas
music presented by the BCF Music and
Worship Division. Tickets are $5 each. Call
800-328-2660, ext. 427, or visit www.bap-
tistcollege.edu.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.
Sunday, Dec. 5
.* Marianna Elks Lodge, BPOE No. 1516
presents its annual memorial service for
departed Elks at 2 p.m. in the lodge room,
Highway 90 East, Marianna, just east of the
Chipola River bridge. All Elks are encour-
aged to attend, the public is welcome, and a
special invitation is extended to widows and
families of deceased Elks. Cake and coffee
will be served.


Getting it
Right!


The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.


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POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Nov.
28, the latest available
report: One stolen tag,
three suspicious persons,
one verbal disturbance,
four traffic stops, one lar-
ceny complaint, one public
service call, one patrol
request, and two
threat/harassment com-
plaints.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and county


Fire/Rescue reported
the following inci-
dents for Nov. 28, the
latest available
report: One drunk 'CRI
driver, one stolen
vehicle, one reckless
driver, seven suspicious
vehicles, three suspicious
incidents, one suspicious
person, one mentally ill
person, one verbal distur-
bance, one woodland fire,
17 medical calls, one traf-
fic crash, one burglar
alarm, one report of shoot-
ing in the area, 14 traffic
stops, one larceny com-
plaint, three civil disputes,


one follow-up inves-
tigation, two juve-
-, ,_ nile complaints, one
noise disturbance,
M(E two retail thefts, two
- assists of other agen-
cies, one
threat/harassment coinm-
plaint, and one
forgery/worthless check
complaint.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
John Lincoln, 21, 5794


Old U.S. Road, Malone,
one open count of homi-
cide, home invasion rob-
bery.
King Sherman, 38,
5247 Mount Tabor Road.
Marianna, burglary, deal-
ing in stolen property.
Jerome Murray, 47,
2129 Palm Springs Way,
Port Orange, driving while
license suspended/revoked,
attaching tag not assigned.
Frank White, 26, 3612
Sylvania Plantation Road,
Greenwood, carrying a
concealed weapon, resist-
ing arrest without violence,
violation of community


control.
Michael Beltran, 22,
2832 St. John St.,
Marianna. possession of a
controlled substance.
Andrew Lipford, 21,
2832 St.. John St.,
Marianna, possession of
controlled substances, tam-
pering with evidence, vio-
lation of state probation.
JAIL POPULATION:
195
'lTo report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Field trip


Dayspring Christian Academy kindergarten teacher Lechael Blaylock, left, pauses, for a photo with her
students Jackson Crawford, Jaysoni Fowler, Nathan Ziglar, James Isabella, Adelyn Bruner, Will
Chance, Emily Bishop, Savannah Lewis, J.D. Taylor, Benjamin Roach and Gavin Gullett while on a trip
to Landmark Park in Dothan, Ala. -Contributed photo


Salvation Army shares

lessons with Adult Ed program

Jackson County Adult
Education students
listen to a presenta-
tion by Salvation
Army Victim -
Advocate Counselor
Jennifer May, center.
May discussed how
peer pressure, intimi-
dation, anger and
social status can con-
tribute to violence
and abuse in a dat-
ing relationship. A
question-and-answer
session followed. For
more information,
call the Salvation
Army at 850-415-
5999.
Contributed photo


Jackson County Floridan Tuesday, November 30, 2010 3A


Ribbon cut at

Super Subs & Deli


The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce conducts a ribbon
cutting ceremony Friday, Nov. 19 at Super Subs & Deli on
Highway 71 North in the Crossroads Shopping Center,
Marianna. Super Subs is open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday
through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. For more
information, contact owner Toro Duncan at 482-7827.
- Contributed photo



Cute Kids


Thadius J.
Myrick, 4
months, is
the son of
C.J. and
Sarranda
Myrick of
Greenwood.

Contributed
photo


Celebrate Christmas with Landmark Park


Decorating workshop
set for Sunday at 1 p.m.

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Landmark Park's annual
Christmas Decorating Workshop
is set for 1 p.m. Sunday, when the
halls of the park's historical
buildings will be decked with


homemade, old-fashioned orna-
ments and wreaths. Participants
can also make their own orna-
ment to take home.
Volunteers should bring a pair
of gloves, wire pliers and natural
materials to use in the ornament
making. The workshop is free,
but registration is required. A
snack and beverage will be pro-
vided.


On Dec. 12. Landmark Park
will hold the annual open house,
Victorian Christmas, from I to 4
p.m. Holiday desserts made from
turn-of-the-century recipes will
be available to sample in the
Waddell House at Victorian
Christmas. To join the baking
committee, call 334-794-3452.
In addition to desserts, enjoy
holiday music, ornament making.


a Christmas message from a cir-
cuit riding preacher, a holiday
cooking demonstration, hot
chocolate and mulled cider,
wagon rides and more. Arts and
crafts vendors are invited to
Victorian Christmas and can reg-
ister by calling the park at 334-
794-3452.
Admission to Victorian
Christmas is free for everyone.


Visitors are encouraged to bring a
non-perishable food item for
donation to the Wiregrass United
Way Food Bank.
Landmark Park, a 135-acre his-
torical and natural science park,
is located on U.S. Highway 431
North in Dothan, Ala.
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in a bucket that is kept full
of water.
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the tree. As a general rule.
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quart of water per inch of
stem diameter. Devices are
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process, resulting in less
water consumption each
day.
The temperature of the
water used to fill the stand
is not important and does
not affect water uptake.
Check the stand daily to
make sure the level of
water does not go below
the base of the tree. With
many stands, there can still
be water in the stand even
though the base of the tree


is no longer submerged in
water.
Drilling a hole in the
base of the trunk does not
improve water uptake.
'Use of lights that pio-
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miniature lights, will
reduce drying bf the tree.
Always inspect light sets
prior to placing them on the
tree. If worn, replace with a
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Cyber Monday sales could top $1B


NEW YORK (AP) Cyber
Monday started as a gimmick to get
people to shop at their desks on the
first workday after Thanksgiving. But
if you promote something enough, it
can take on a life of its own.
This year, stores swamped cus-
tomers with online ads and e-mail
deals, and sales could top $1 billion,
making it bigger than any single
shopping day last year.
Online sales were already running
15 percent ahead of last year's by 3
p.m. Monday, with the biggest shop-
ping hours of the day still to come,
according to IBM's Coremetrics
tracking service.
"The numbers are really strong,"


said the service's chief strategy offi-
cer, John Squire, who added that he
expects Cyber Monday to be the
biggest online shopping day of the
season.
The Monday after Thanksgiving
was dubbed Cyber Monday by the
National Retail Federation trade
group in 2005 to describe the unoffi-
cial kickoff to the online shopping
season. The idea was that people
returning to work after the long
weekend would shop at their desks.
It never really was the busiest
online shopping day of the year.
But like any good marketing angle,
it spawned imitation. Nearly 90 per-
cent of U.S.. retailers offered some


kind of Cyber Monday promotion
this year, targeting shoppers who did-
n't want to venture out at 4 a.m. for
those in-store deals.
Rachel Bergman, general manager
of e-mail marketing service Experian
CheetahMail, said this year the com-
pany sent out several hundred million
Cyber Monday promotional e-mails,
40 percent more than last year on
behalf of clients like Borders, J. Jill
and Bass Pro Shops.
It has rarely been the biggest online
shopping day of the holiday season,
however last year it was No. 2 -
and this year, online deals have been
stretched by retailers throughout the
weekend.


Outgoing shippers careful toss packages into the prop-
er outbound bins at an Amazon.com fulfillment center,
in Phoenix. AP File


BY JIMKUHNHENN,
ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON In
the first ,test of
Washington's new politi-
cal alignment, President
Barack Obama will meet
with Republican leaders
Tuesday with the nation's
tax rates and a nuclear
arns treaty in doubt.
Neither side expects'
final deals from an hour-
long encounter, but the
sparring could have major
consequences, both short-
and long-term.
The expiring Busjh-era
tax cuts are the most press-
ing matter. Without quick
action, taxpayers face
sharp increases next year
as the rates return to levels
set during the Clinton
administration.
Discussions are expected
to center on a temporary
extension that would put
off the partisan clash over
the biggest disagreement
whether to permanently
extend current rates to all
or to raise them for higher-
income taxpayers.
The private, late-morn-
ing White House meeting
with top lawmakers from
both parties is fraught with
potential and hazards, both
for the immediate work
left before Congress
adjourns this year and for
the relationship between
Obama and congressional
Republicans over the next
two years.
Republicans caught a
wave of voter disenchant-
ment with the economy on
Nov. 2 and wrested control
of the House from the
Democrats. They also
expanded their minority in
the Senate.
The new lineup presents
a dramatically different
dynamic for Obama.
Though he pledged to
bridge partisan divides
during his presidential
campaign, he ended up
passing the big initiatives
of his first two years with
virtually no Republican
support.
"My hope is that tomor-
row's meeting will matk a
first step toward a new ,and
productive working rela-
tionship," Obama said
Monday, "because we now
'have a shared responsibili-
ty to deliver for the
American people on the
issues that define not only
these times but our
future."
That comment came as
he announced a two-year
pay freeze for civilian gov-


Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton gestures during a statement on the Wikileaks document release,
Monday, Nov. 29, 2010, at the State Department in Washington.- AP



US says leaks are a crime,



threatens tough prosecution


WASHINGTON (AP) -
Striking back, the Obama
administration branded the
leak of more than a quarter-
million sensitive files an
attack on the United States
Monday and raised the
prospect of criminal prose-
cution against the online
site WikiLeaks. The
Pentagon detailed new
security safeguards, includ-
ing restraints on small
computer flash drives, to
make it harder for any one
person to copy and reveal
so many secrets.
The young Army Pfc.
suspected of stealing the
diplomatic memos, many
of them classified, and
feeding them to WikiLeaks
may have defeated
Pentagon security systems
using little more than a
Lady Gaga CD and a
portable computer memory
stick.
The soldier, Bradley
Manning has not been
charged in the latest release
of internal U.S. govern-
ment documents. But offi-
cials said he is the prime
suspect partly because of
his own description of how
he pulled off a staggering
heist of classified and
restricted material.
"No one suspected a
thing," Manning told a con-
fidant afterward, according
to a log of his computer
chat published by
Wired.com. "I didn't even
have to hide anything."
Secretary of State Hillary
Rodham Clinton asserted
Monday that WikiLeaks
acted illegally in posting
the material. She said the
administration was taking
"aggressive steps to hold
responsible those who stole
this information."
Attorney General Eric
Holder said the govern-
ment was mounting a crim--
inal investigation, and the
Pentagon was tightening
access to information,
including restricting the
use of computer storage
devices' such as CDs and
flash drives.


"This is not saber-rat-
tling," Holder said. Anyone
found to have broken
American law "will be held
responsible."
Holder said the latest dis-
closure, involving classi-
fied and sensitive State
Department documents.
jeopardized the security of
the nation, its diplomats,
intelligence assets and rela-
tionships with foreign gov-
ernments.
A weary-looking Clinton
agreed.
"I want you to know that
we are taking aggressive
steps to hold responsible
those who stole this infor-
mation," Clinton said. She
spoke in between calls to
foreign capitals to make
amends for scathing and
gossipy memos never
meant for foreign eyes.
Manning is charged in
military court with taking
other classified material
later published by the
online clearinghouse
WikiLeaks. It is not clear
whether others such as
WikiLeaks executives
might be charged separate-
ly in civilian courts.
Clinton said the State
Department was adding
security protections to pre-
vent another breach. The
Pentagon, embarrassed by
the apparent ease with
which secret documents
were passed to WikiLeaks,
had detailed some of its
new precautions Sunday.
Col. Dave Lapan, a
Pentagon spokesman, said
it was possible that many
people could be held
accountable if they were
found to have ignored secu-
rity protocols or somehow
enabled the download
without authorization.
A senior Defense
Department official, speak-
ing on condition of
anonymity because the
criminal case against
Manning is pending, said
he was unaware of any fir-
ings or other discipline
over the security conditions
at Manning's post in Iraq.


In his Internet chat,
Manning described the'
conditions as lax to the
point that he could bring a
homemade music CD to
work with him, erase the
music and replace it with
secrets.
He told the computer
hacker who would turn him
in that he lip-synched along
with pop singer Lady
Gaga's hit "Telephone"
while making off with
"possibly the largest data
spillage in American histo-
ry."
Wired.com published a
partial log of Manning's
discussions with hacker R.
Adrian Lamo in June.
"Weak servers, weak
logging, weak physical
security, weak counterin-
telligence, inattentive sig-
nal analysis," Manning
wrote. "A perfect storm."
His motive, according to
the chat logs: "I want peo-
ple to see the truth ...
because without informa-
tion, you cannot make
informed decisions as a
public."
By his own admission,
Manning was apparently
able to pull material from
outside the Pentagon,
including documents he
had little obvious reason to
see. He was arrested short-
ly after those chats last
spring. He was moved in
July to the Quantico
Marine Corps Base in
Virginia to await trial on
the earlier charges and
could face up to 52 years in
a military prison if convict-
ed.
There are no new


charges, and none are like-
ly at least until after a panel
evaluates Manning's men-
tal fitness early next year,
said Lt. Col. Rob Manning,
spokesman for the Military
District of Washington. He
is no relation to Bradley
Manning.
Manning's civilian
lawyer. David E. Combs,
declined comment.
Lapan, the Pentagon
spokesman, said the
WikiLeaks experience has
encouraged discussion
within the military about
how better to strike a bal-
ance between sharing
information with those who
need it and protecting it
from disclosure.
Since summer, when
WikiLeaks first published
stolen war logs from the
conflicts in Iraq and
Afghanistan, the Defense
Department has made it
harder for one person act-
ing alone to download
material from a classified
network and place it on an
unclassified one.
Such transfers generally
take two people now, what
Pentagon officials call a
"two-man carry." Pentagon
spokesman Bryan
Whitman said the
WikiLeaks case revealed
vulnerable seams in the
information-sharing sys-
tems used by multiple gov-
ernment agencies.
Some of those joint sys-
tems were designed to
answer another problem:
the failure of government
agencies to share what they
knew before the Sept. 11,
2001, attacks.


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deals, fights


ernment workers, a step
hailed by Republicans and
sharply criticized by
Democratic allies such as
the AFL-CIO.
The most immediate
challenges for Congress'
postelection .lame duck
session are considering
whether Congress will
extend the tax rates and
whether the Senate will
ratify a treaty to reduce
nuclear weapons arsenals
in the U.S. and Russia.
Before adjourning,
Democrats also want
Congress to repeal the mil-
itary's "don't ask, don't
tell" policy for gay service
members and to pass the
Dream Act, which would
help children of illegal,
immigrants gain legal sta-
tus if they attend college or
join the military.
By putting the emphasis
on taxes and the START
treaty, Obama has cast the
session as one focused- on
economic and national
security issues.
Republicans want all the
2001 and 2003 tax cuts to
be extended permanently.
Obama and Democratic
leaders in Congress want
to extend them only for
individual taxpayers mak-
ilg less than $200,000 and
couples making less than
$250,000 '
Rep. Eric Cantor of
Virginia, who will become
the House majority leader
in January, accused the
president of engaging in
"class warfare." "This
country is about making
sure everyone has a fair
shot." he said in an inter-
view.
Obama and his top aides
have insisted that he won't
approve an extension of
upper income rates that is
permanent, a potential
opening for a short-term
extension.
Democrats are them-
selves divided on the tax
rate question, with some
arguing no taxes should be
allowed to increase during
a weak economic recovery.
At the same time, a num-
ber of liberal millionaires
have weighed into the
debate, arguing they
shouldn't benefit from a
continuation of their cur-
rent rates.
Despite their political
gains, Republicans are
approaching Tuesday's
session with some appre-
hension. Presidents typi-
cally gain a public rela-
tions advantage by inviting
leaders of the opposition
party to the White House.


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Jarrett
Nicholas
Franklin

Jarrett Nicholas Franklin,
infant child of Jason N. and
Kimberly Dietle Franklin,
was born and died on Sun-
day, Nov. 28, 2010, at Gulf
Coast Hospital.
Jarrett is survived by his
parents, Jason and Kim of
Panama City; his maternal
grandmother, Kathy Sav-
age; and paternal grand-
parents, John Harvey and
Sandra Franklin, and San-
dra and Art Crawford.
Graveside services will be
at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Dec.
1, at Garden of Memories
Cemetery, Pastor Hayward
Miller and the Rev. Jona-
than Chapman officiating.
The family will receive
friends after the service un-
til 4:30 p.m. at Living Word
Fellowship Church Fellow-
ship Hall.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332

Vivian Gail
Fears Ford

Vivian Gail Fears Ford,
63, of Malone passed away
Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010.
She was born in
Donalsonville, Ga. to the
late Alex Fears Sr. and\An-
nie Mae Conrad Fears. She
lived most of her life in Ma-
lone, where she graduated
from Malone High School
in 1965. Vivian married her
high school sweetheart,
Larry, on July 3, 1965. She
was an active member of
the First Baptist Church of
Malone, serving as church
clerk and treasurer for
many years. Vivian loved
her church, her church


family, and enjoyed partic-
ipating in all church activi-
ties. Vivian had been a
faithful employee of the
Jackson County School
Board for the past 22 years,
serving as secretary to su-
perintendents Chase, Sims
and Miller. Her husband,
three daughters, and four
grandchildren were the
joys of her life. Vivian al-
ways had a loving smile on.
her face and enjoyed serv-
ing others.
She was preceded in
death by her parents; her
brother, Alex Fears Jr.; and
sister, Merita Fears.
Survivors include her lov-
ing husband of 45 years,
Larry Ford of Malone;
daughters Lisa Ford Wil-
liams and husband Kip, of
Dothan, Ala., Donna Ford
Rogers and husband Rhett,
of Malone, and Allison
Ford Stoutamire, and hus-
band Kenneth, of Malone;
one sister, Patricia Ann
Fears Sawyer and husband
Buster, of Malone: two
sisters-in-law, Betty Ford
Hatcher of Malone, and
Lanet Fears James of Ma-
rianna; grandchildren Car-
oline Lynn and Wesley
Rhett Rogers, Daniel Ford
and Madelyn Brooke
Stoutamire, all of Malone;
and several nieces and
nephews.
The service for Mrs. Ford
will be 10 a.m. Thursday,
Dec. 2, at the First Baptist
Church, Malone, the Rev.
Jackie Register and Marcus
Shackelford officiating. In-
terment will follow in
Pinecrest Memorial Gar-
dens, James & Sikes Funer-
al Home Maddox Chapel
directing.
Visitation will be 6 to 8
p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 1, at
James & Sikes Maddox
Chapel. Flowers will be ac-
cepted, or contributions
may be made to First Bap-
tist Church of Malone, P.O.
Box 98, Malone, FL 32445.
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at
www.jamesandsikesfuneral
homes.com.


Peavy Funeral Home
20367 NW Evans Ave.
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-2266

Julia L.
O'Bryan

Mrs. Julia L. O'Bryan, 74,
of Altha passed away Satur-
day, Nov. 27, 2010, at her
home.
Julia was born Oct. 14,
1936, in Altha and had lived
back in Altha since 1992,
coming from West Palm
Beach. Julia worked in the
bank loan department for
more than 20 years. She
was a member of the
Blountstown United Meth-
odist Church, and was a
member of the United
Methodist Women and
served as an officer. Julia
was preceded in death by
he husband, .Billy Ray
O'Bryan Sr.
Survivors. include son
Billy Ray O'Bryan Jr. of
Altha; daughters Linda Gail
Hulsey of Dallas, Ga., and
Patricia Ann Rose of
Sebring; brothers William
Fant of Marianna, and Eu-
gene Fant of Lake
Panasoffkee; sisters Dollie
Mercer of Marianna, Caro-
lyn Anemos of Marianna,
Thelma Fant of Marianna,
Lillian Bramblet of Altha,
Jennie Stricker of Altha,
and Karen Blackburn of
Blountstown; seven grand-
children; and seven great-
grandchildren.
The funeral service will
be 11 a.fi. Tuesday, Nov.
30 at the Blountstown
United Methodist Church,
the Rev. Jim Jines officiat-
ing. Interment will follow
in the Chipola Cemetery in
Altha.
The family received
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Monday,
* Nov. 29, at Peavy Funeral
Home.
All arrangements are un-
der the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral
Home in Blountstown.


Man charged with false


imprisonment, car theft


STAFF REPORT

Bascom resident Michael
Anthony Herbert, 26, was
arrested after he allegedly
held his girlfriend against
her will, strangled her until
she was unconscious, and
bit and struck her repeated-
ly.
The Thanksgiving Day
disturbance saw Herbert
being charged with felony
domestic battery by stran-
gulation, false imprison-
ment, grand theft auto, and


driving while his license
was suspended.
According -to a press
release from the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office,
Herbert allegedly held his
girlfriend against her will at
their residence, 5042 Oak
Drive, about 45 minutes
before choking, biting and
striking her.
Officers responding to
the disturbance were told
when they arrived that
Herbert had taken the vic-
tim's car without permis-


sion.,
Police found Her
about an hour after b
*called to the disturb
He was driving in
Merritt's Mill Road a
authorities said,
attempted to elude office
He soon abandoned the
and ran behind a sto
shed off Owens St
according to the release
He was arrested
taken to the Jack
County jail.


The 1 st District Court of Appeal's new home in Tallahassee is photographed
nears completion on Monday. AP


New courthouse in Tallahasse(

lives up to its 'Taj Mahal' billion


TALLAHASSEE(AP)
- What's been dubbed
Florida's "Taj Mahal court-
house" lived up to its nick-
name during a sneak peak
Monday although state and
construction officials
stressed the massive, $48.8
million building's energy
efficiency.
Criticism of the building
as being too expensive and
lavish resulted in the 1st
District Court of Appeal's
chief judge, Paul Hawkes,
stepping down seven
months early last week
although he remains on the
court. Hawkes has
acknowledged Supreme
Court Chief Justice Charles
Canady asked him to
resign.


A guided tour for the
news media confirmed the
appeal court's new home,
modeled after Michigan's
Supreme Court building, is
filled with etched glass and
granite counter and desk
tops. Cabinets, benches,
desks, railings, paneling
and miles of trim are made
of dark, mahogany-like
sapele, an African wood
also used for interior trim
in Cadillacs.
Each of the 15 judges has
a suite complete with a spa-
cious kitchen, bathroom
and separate offices for
each of three law clerks.
A reflective glass dome
atop the building encloses a
70-foot tall, third-floor atri-
um. The 109,221-square


foot building's exterior
tures six huge conc
columns. Eight more 1
columns dominate the
and second floor roti
inside the building.
The circular main c(
room on the third f
includes four pairs
white-painted v
columns. The walls, be
es and railings, though
sapele. Two sets of
columns frame a pai
enclaves for additi
public seating if necess
"Basically you're
round room in a sq
space," said construe
manager Brad Will of ]
Brown Construction
"We fit the round peg i
square hole."


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Jackson County Floridan Tuesday, November 30, 2010 5A


At the last Jackson County School Board meeting she attended, Vivian Ford was
selected by Dr. Terry Nichols to hold the Bible as he took his oath of office for his
third term. Ford was murdered Saturday in an apparent burglary attempt.- Deborah
Buckhalter/Floridan


Mourn
Continued From Page 1A
yet been disclosed, as "eld-
erly." Her colleagues on
Monday laughed about that
description and what her
reaction to it might have
been. She wouldn't be
pleased, they were sure.
But they were also equal-
ly sure she wouldn't have
been unkind to the person
who wrote. She would gen-
tly, and with keen humor,
correct the individual, they
speculated.
She was more youthful
and energetic than many
people half her age, her
colleagues said.
Her co-workers said her
heart was big enough to not
only love her husband,
Larry, their three daughters
and their grandchildren, it
also enveloped her work
family and many others in
her community.
The tragic irony of
Ford's death, school board
member Charlotte
Gardener said, is that she
would have probably have
gladly given her killer or
killers anything they'd
wanted, if they'd just
asked. Her generosity was
well known. Her pastor at
First Baptist Church in
Malone said she helped
feed 10,000 hungry people
a year in her charitable
efforts.
If she'd had the chance,
she might have sat the
would-be burglars down for
some gentle counseling,
and' might have been able


Ecar Suspects
rage Continued From Page 1A
reet,
e. and his accomplice stole
and items from the Ford resi-
kson dence, including the vic-
tim's purse and contents, a
cell phone, and a house
phone and handset.
According to the com-
plaint, investigators recov-
ered a broken knife handle
in the yard of the Ford
home, along with blood
evidence. The complaint
states that Vivian Ford was
found lying in a pool of
blood in the living room
floor of her home. She had
suffered stab wounds to
her upper chest, face, and a
laceration to her throat.
Roberts believes the
murder and burglary
occurred about an hour
before she was discovered.
Just hours before the
killing, investigators had
been working on a residen-
as it tial burglary off Bates Road
near Greenwood. The
investigation led them to
believe that Lincoln and
j Sherman had burglarized
that home. A television
g taken in the earlier burglary
was found in the course of
the murder investigation,
fea- Roberts said.
crete Additional charges may
large be pending against Lincoln
first and Sherman, Roberts said.
unda Roberts and his inves-
tigative team are trying to
ourt- piece together what hap-
floor opened at the Ford resi-
of dence. Roberts said evi-
mood dence at the scene indicates
;nch- that "whatever took place
i, are was at the front door, the


the
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onal
sary.
in a
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action
Peter
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to show them the error of
their ways.
Ford had a gift with peo-
ple, her colleagues said,
and was herself a gift to the
community she served.
They say she had a cer-
tain kind of grace and poise
in dealing with people.
She's talked to irate parents
who sometimes called the
district office. Co-workers
never once heard her loose
her temper in those
exchanges.
One man in the school
district crowd Monday said
that Ford "was the only
person who could tell me
no and make me feel really
good about it."
No one could recall a
cross word with Ford. Her
colleagues say she respect-
ed everyone she encoun-
tered.
Gardener said that, on
the few occasions that she
and Ford had differing
opinions on a given school-
related matter, Ford never
argued.
"She just gently led me,
presenting the facts, so that
I could see the bigger pic-
ture and what was best for
all the district's children,"
Gardner said. "She loved
them and looked out for
them."
Just as Ford was proud of
her own children and
grandchildren. she delight-
ed in looking at pictures of
other people's children and
grandchildren, and hearing
stories about them.
Her loving nature helped
gave the school district
office its sense of family,


front porch and the living
room." Roberts said it
appears the victim "gave
them a good fight" but
could not prevail against
her attacker or attackers.
Lincoln is about 6 feet, 4
inches tall and weighs 275
pounds, and there may have
been two men involved,
Roberts said.
"We've still got a lot of
interviews to be done, but
we believe that possibly
they went there to commit a
burglary, were surprised to
find someone home, and
during that the murder was
committed. We feel both
were involved, and we're
working on our case,"
Roberts said. "We feel like
the forensic evidence is
going to eventually put Mr.
Sherman in the murder
scene as well."
Sherman was picked up
at his residence in the
Greenwood area, listed as
5247 Mt. Tabor Road.
Lincoln was picked up at
the residence he shared
with his mother and his
grandparents, 5794 Old
U.S. Road, about six miles
from the Ford residence.
"1I want to thank all the
individuals who came forth
and helped us in this case,"
Roberts said.
"Without them coming
forward, I don't think we
could,have gotten our sus-
pects this quickly. Mrs.
Ford and her family were
loved by this community,
and they are enraged that
this has happened. They
provided us leads that took
us in the right direction.
Without them, this could


colleagues said. She leaves
big shoes to fill, and things
will never be the same at
central office. As one per-
son put it Monday, "We can
fill the position, but we can
never replace the person."
One of Ford's colleagues
took a picture of a glowing
sunset near Ford's home
after she was killed. She
hopes to show it to the fam-
ily one day, as representa-
tive of something she and
many of Ford's grieving
friends and family believe
- "We mourn her leaving
us, but heaven is rejoicing
in her arrival." '
Vivian Ford was at the
heart of a much-decorated
farm family in Malone.
Together, she and husband
Larry had won many hon-
ors through the years.
Just a few weeks ago, the
Fords were named the
high-yield corn producer in
Jackson County for 2010.
They were named
Outstanding Farm Family
in Jackson County in' 1976;
recognized as high-yield
producers of soybeans in
1989 and 1991; cotton
farmers of the year in 1996;
swine producers of the year
in 1998; and high-yield
producers of corn in 2000,
2003, 2004, and 2006
through 2010.
They were conservation-
ists of the year in 2002, and
peanut farmers of the year
for 2006.
Funeral services. for
Vivian Ford will be 10 a.m.
Thursday, Dec. 2, at the
First Baptist Church of
Malone.


have taken a different path
as far as the resolution is
concerned, and I'd like to
commend all the people
who helped us."
Roberts said the investi-
gation was also aided by
assistance from other law
enforcement agencies and
members of the Jackson
County Sheriff's Posse,
who rode their horses up
* and down the road leading
to the scene of the crime in
search of evidence.
"We used every resource
we had, and that included
school resource officers,
auxiliary officers, and off-
duty officers who were
called in to work extra
shifts," the sheriff said. "It
was a non-stop effort and
we have a lot of people to
thank.
"We found significant
evidence that we believe
will link these individuals
back to the crime."
Roberts said the two men
may also be linked to other
burglaries in the area which
occurred recently. "I think
these guys have been all
over that area up there, and
we've still got a lot of work
to do on this case," he said.
"We're far from the finish
line."
Roberts said Ford's fami-
ly is leaning on each other
and their many friends to
get through their tragedy.
"They've a very strong,
close-knit family, very sup-
portive of each other, and
that's what's going to help
them through. That and a
lot of prayers and support
from the people who care
about them," Roberts said.


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On his way out,


Crist worried


about divisions


ST. PETERSBURG (AP)
- Outgoing Florida Gov.
Charlie Crist, who steps
down in January after los-
ing an independent bid for
the U.S. Senate, says he is
concerned that political
divisions are preventing
elected officials from both
parties from working
together to address the
nation's problems.
"It's been a real polariza-
tion and I think it's unfortu-
nate for the country. I'm
concerned about consensus
and common ground being
able to be found to help
America move forward,"
Crist said in an interview
with The Associated Press.
"It's fine to be proud of
being a Republican and
proud of being a Democrat,
but not to the extent that
you don't work together for
the betterment of the coun-
try as a whole."
, Crist said he has no
regrets about running for
the Senate instead of seek-
ing re-election, or about
leaving the Republican
Party earlier this year. He
said he plans to keep his
independent voter registra-
tion, and that he hopes
Republican Gov.-elect Rick
Scott and the Legislature
don't just think about the
GOP over the next four
years.
"Even though the
Democrats are in the
minority significant
minority in both the
House and the Senate, there
still are more registered
Democrats in our state than
there are Republicans and
independents, so I think
they need to take that into
account and I'm sure that
they will. I hope so, for
Florida's sake," said Crist,
widely viewed as a moder-
ate.
Crist steps down on Jan.
4, ending his political
career for now. He said he
plans to seek a job outside


of government and that he
isn't thinking yet about
whether he'll return to poli-
tics.
"I think about the future.
I'm entering a new chapter
pretty quickly now and I'm
looking for-
ward to the
private sec-
tor," Crist
said. "I've
been very
blessed to
have a num-
Gov. Crist ber of offers
and it's very
gratifying."
Crist finished second in a
three-way race for the U.S.
Senate to Republican
Marco Rubio, a conserva-
tive candidate with tea
party support. The third
candidate was Democratic
U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek.
His loss came just two
years after Republican
presidential nominee John
McCain considered Crist as
his running mate.

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Bucs start circling wagons


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
BALTIMORE Their
spirits soaring after anoth-
er home victory, the
Baltimore Ravens will be
riding a crest of momen-
tum into their showdown
with the Pittsburgh
Steelers.
The Tampa Bay
Buccaneers, on the other
hand, must regroup before
trying again to beat a team
with a winning record.


Joe Flacco threw two
touchdown passes, and
Baltimore beat Tampa Bay
17-10 Sunday to tie a fran-
chise record with their
eighth consecutive home
win.
The Ravens (8-3)
improved to 5-0 at home
this season and remained
tied atop the AFC North
with Pittsburgh. Baltimore
will next host the Steelers
on Sunday night.
The Ravens were look-


ing ahead to that game
only minutes after this one
ended.
"We know what's in
front of us," tight end Todd
Heap said. "We know that
when the Ravens play the
Steelers in December, it
usually has a lot of mean-
ing and this game com-
ing tup definitely does. It
will be a statement game
for us."
The Buccaneers (7-4)
hoped to make a statement


against Baltimore, but
instead maintained its pat-
tern of coming up short
against the league's elite
clubs. Tampa Bay is 0-4
against -teams with win-
ning records, a trend it
hopes to reverse next
Sunday at home against
NFC South leader Atlanta.
"We have as big a game
as we've had all year com-
ing up," linebacker Barrett
See BUCS, Page 3B 1>


Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Kellen Winslow
(82) catches a touchdown pass -AP Photo


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The No. 25 Chipola
Lady Indians bounced
back from a pair of losses
with a pair of weekend
wins over state oppo-
nents.
Chipola (7-3) took wins
of 77-69 over Broward
and 63-45 over Indian
River in Fort Pierce, snap-
ping a two-game losing
skid.
The Lady Indians faced
adversity in both games -
a late deficit on Saturday
against Broward, and los-
ing their leading scorer in
the first half Sunday
against Indian River.
Broward led 56-51 with
eight minutes to play. but
Chipola rallied back to
score 26 of the game's
final 39 points.
"We kind of cranked up
the defensive intensity,"
Lady Indians coach David
Lane said. "We just start-
ed limiting them to one
shot, which was a big
thing. The intensity
picked up, and we were
able to make some free
throws down the stretch."
Chipola missed just two


Riby Stephens (9) kicks the ball away from the goal as a Bay County defender knocks down goalie Mallory
Dean. -Contributed photo




Blanked twice


Bulldogs coach
stresses losses as
important learning
experiences

BY SHELIA MADER
FI.(RIzIIAN CoRESPI'ONDEN I
The Marianna High School
Lady Bulldogs continue to
struggle on the soccer field this
season. The Lady Dogs fell to
Bozeman Monday night at home
8-0, before traveling to
Pensacola Tuesday to be handed
an 8-0 loss by Pensacola
Catholic.
In Monday's game, Coach
David Castleberry went with


Mallory Dean in the goal:
Lindsey Toole, Heather Wilson
and Ilva Habazaj as forwards;
Shawna Donofro, Devin Tyus,
Kayla Ellis, and Katie Barfield
in the midfield: and Robyn
Honeycutt, Cayci Gadson, and
Katie DeRosier defending.
Dean handled 18 attempts
with eight goals scored, seven
blocks and three missed
attempts.
Tuesday night, the young
Lady Bulldogs were outmatched
against a solid Lady Crusaders
,squad. The game ended at the
end of the first half on the mercy
rule.
Following last week's game,
first-year Coach David
Castleberry stated he was very
proud of his team's develop-
ment.


"They are getting better every
week," he said. "It might now
show against these bigger teams.
I'm extremely proud of the char-
acter they've shown and they are
getting better. This a young
team and we have sparked an
interest in the soccer program."
The Lady Dogs will host
Arnold Tuesday night at Bulldog
Stadium. Kick off is scheduled
for 5 p.m.

"This is a young team
and we have sparked
interest in the soccer
program.l"
-David Castleberry,
Marianna head coach


Chipola wins


two straight


free throws in the second
half, and made 23 of 29
for the game.
Freshman Sara Djassi
led the Lady Indians with
16 points, while Ance
Celmina and Ty O'Neil
each added 14.
O'Neil scored 11 in just
12 minutes against Indian
River, but had to leave the
game with a knee injury,
and didn't return.
Lane said the initial
prognosis for O'Neil
would be to miss four to
six weeks, but more
would be known after an
MRI.
The Lady Indians strug-
gled mightily in O'Neil's
absence earlier this sea-
son, losing a late lead to
South Georgia Tech on
Nov. 12 after the sopho-
more guard fouled out.
Chipola was far more
solid on Sunday. dealing
Indian River its first home
loss in three seasons.
"Ty was a big loss, but
we responded," Lane said.
"The last time we faced
something similar against
South Georgia Tech, we
went into a tailspin. But
this time, we held it
See CHIPOLA, Page 3B >'

Chipola's
Tykiesha
O'Neil
looks for a
gap during
a recent
game-
S Mark
Skinner/Flo
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Dolphin
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano yells on the
sideline in the second quarter against Oakland. -AP
Photo


DAVIE, Fla. The
Miami Dolphins' most lop-
sided win this year did lit-
tle to help their slim play-
off chances, and coach
Tony Sparano knows it.
The Dolphins (6-5)
might fall short of a post-
season berth even if they
sweep their final five
games. Odds are long in
part because the Dolphins
have lost to the four teams
they're chasing in the AFC
race the Patriots and
Jets (both 9-21 and Ravens
and Steelers (both 8-3) -
and head-to-head results
are the first tiebreaker for a
wild-card berth.
All four teams won last
week, so Miami gained no
ground despite a 33-17 vic-
tory at Oakland.
"This is back-against-
the-wall time," Sparano


playoff
said Monday. "Winning
the game, our margin for
error is still the same as it
was going in."
"That means it's small,
and Miami desperately
needs a December surge
beginning Sunday against
Cleveland.
At least the inconsistent
Dolphins looked like a
playoff team against
Oakland. They gained 471
yards, their highest total in
15 years, and held the
Raiders to 16 yards rush-
ing, which matched the
second-lowest total ever by
a Miami opponent.
"Our mentality was,
'Let's start that tough
climb,'" running back
Ronnie Brown said.
With playoff hopes in
jeopardy, the Dolphins
bounced back from a rash
of injuries and a prime-
time drubbing by Chicago.


chances still


They showed plenty of
emotion against the
Raiders and Sparano led
the way, throwing round-
house punches as his team
pulled away. "We spent a
lot of time this week talk-
ing about getting back to
having some fun," he said.
"Sometimes you've got
to challenge them a little
bit that way, and I did that
toward the end of the week
and said, 'Listen, there's
no law that says that these
college guys are the only
people that can have fun,
and that when you gradu-
ate from college to the
NFL, the fun meter runs
out.'"
It's fun to play well, and
the Dolphins did that. They
achieved season highs in
points, yards rushing (186)
and time of possession
(41:38), while the defense
had three takeaways and


slim


allowed only one touch-
down.
A long list of surprising
contributors included
reserve receivers Marlon
Moore and Roberto
Wallace, and backup line-
backers Tim Dobbins and
Ikaika Alama-Francis.
"At this stage of the
game, when you're here in
December now, the more
people that you can get
involved, the better,"
Sparano said. "I told the
team earlier in the week,
'When you're trying to get
something done, some-
times you need fewer
architects and more brick-
layers.' In this game we
had a lot of that."
One architect, leading
receiver Brandon Marshall,
didn't play because of a
hamstring injury, and lead-
See DOLPHINS, Page 3B_


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Chipola
Continued From Page IB
together. The kids execut-
ed well, and there was not
too much panic.
"To face that adversity
in the middle of a game .
and be able to handle it a
place where not too many
people win, that was a
real positive. They're an
up-and-coming program.
They went to state last
year. We just wanted to go


Dolphins
Continued From Page 1B

ing tackler Karlos Dansby
was limited because of a
wrist injury. Their status
for the Browns game is
uncertain.
For the first time in a
month, Sparano will start
the same quarterback two
games in a row. Chad
Henne's grip on the job
became firmer with a 307-
yard, two-touchdown
passing performance at
Oakland.


Bucs
Continued From Page 1B
Ruud said. "It's a division
game, and they have a
two-game lead on us right
now. We definitely have
to get back and find a
way to win."
For the Ravens, next
week's game wouldn't
have been nearly as
important if they didn't
win this one.
"I don't think you ever
want to diminish this vic-
tory," coach John
Harbaugh said. "It's one
we really need to get
where we're going. It's a
game that bridged us into
December.
It give us an opportuni-
ty to accomplish some
things. We're playing the
biggest game of the
year."
Flacco connected with
Heap for a 65-yard score


down there and get in a
tough environment
against a difficult team.
We faced more adversity
than we though, but we
handled it well."
Chipola led 25-21 at
halftime, but The River
quickly used a 6-1 spurt
to start the second half to
take a 27-26 lead.
Breiona Warner came
up with a pair of big bas-
kets to put the Lady
Indians back in front,
scoring all 10 of her


The start was Henne's
first since a bizarre
sequence that turned the
position into a revolving
door. Henne was benched,
then regained the job
when Chad Pennington
suffered a season-ending
shoulder injury. Henne
then hurt his left knee and
missed game against the
Bears.
"He didn't put his head
in the sand here through
this whole thing, which I
knew he wouldn't do,"
Sparano said. "He's not
that type of kid."
Resilience has been a


and hit Derrick Mason for
a 10-yard touchdown dur-
ing a three-minute span
of the second quarter to
stake Baltimore to a 17-3
halftime lead.
Flacco has 53 career
TD passes, surpassing
Vinny Testaverde (51) for
most in Ravens history.
"Vinny didn't play here
that long (two years), so
it's not really that much
of an accomplishment."
Flacco said.
"Hopefully, I can make
that a little bit higher for
somebody else to break in
the future sometime."
Flacco completed 25 of
35 passes for 289 yards
and had a 76-yard touch-
down throw to Ray Rice
called back because of a
block in the back by
Anquan Boldin.
"It was a bogus call,"
Boldin said.
Tampa Bay quarterback
Josh Freeman went 17 for
37 for 162 yards and a


points in the second half
to spark her team.
"Breiona Warner really
gave us a good lift off the
bench," Lane said. "She
did not have a very good
tournament in Midland,
but we really challenged
her to get better and keep
working, and she came
through and played well
for us."
Jasmine Shaw and
Carleeda Green each
added 11 points for
Chipola.


pattern this season for
Miami, with the past four
victories coming after a
defeat. But the Dolphins
haven't strung together
consecutive wins since
they were 2-0.
"They just kind of
won't go away," Sparano
said. "They stay together
even when it gets really
hard. Their focus and con-
centration and work ethic
in practice all stay the
same, so my hat's off to
them. They do a good job
that way; now we got to
find a way to do it two
weeks in a row."


touchdown. Although he
avoided being sacked,
Freeman often was forced
to throw under pressure
and had only one comple-
tion of more than 20
yards.
"I played extremely
poorly. There are a num-
ber of balls I usually hit
that missed," Freeman
said. "I just wasn't get-
ting it done."
His 5-yard touchdown
pass to Kellen Winslow
with 3:05 left made it 17-
10, but the Buccaneers
didn't get the ball back.
"I thought we were in
control. We were never
really threatened until the
end of the game," Flacco
said. "We had to do a
good job there and put the
game away."
Coming close was no
consolation to the
Buccaneers, whose previ-
ous losses to winning
teams came by a com-
bined 96-40 score.


TUESDAY MORNING / AFTERNOON


NBA

National Basketball Association
All Times EST
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
W L Pct GB
Boston 12 4 .750 -
New York 9 9 .500 4
New JerSey 6 11 .353 6'/2
Toronto 6 11 .353 61/2
Philadelphia 4 13 .235 8'1/


Orlandc
Atlanta
Miami
Charlot
Washin


Southeast Division
W L Pct
12 4 .750
11 7 .611
9 8 .529
te 6 11 .353
gton 5 10 .333


Central Division
W L Pct GB
Chicago 9 6 .600 -'
Indiana 8 7 .533 1
Cleveland 7 9 .438 21/2
Milwaukee 6 10 .375 31/2
Detroit 6 11 .353 4
Western Conference
Southwest Division
W L Pct GB
San Antonio 14 2 .875 -
Dallas 12 4 .750 2
New Orleans 12 4 .750 2
Memphis 7 10 .412 7T
Houston 5 11 .313 9

Northwest Division
W L Pct GB
Utah 13 5 .722 -
Oklahoma City 11 6 .647 1'h
Denver 10 6 .625 2
Portland 8 8 .500 4
Minnesota 4 13 .235 8'i

Pacific Division
W L Pct GB
L.A, Lakers 13 4 .765 -
Golden State 8 9 .471 5
Phoenix 8 9 .471 5
Sacramento 4 11 .267 8
LA. Clippers 3 15 .167 10/
Sunday's Games
Atlanta 96, Toronto 78
New York 125, Detroit 116,20T
San Antonio 109, New Orleans 95
Utah 109, L.A. Clippers 97
Houston 99, Oklahoma City 98
New Jersey 98, Portland 96
Denver 138, Phoenix 133
Indiana 95, L.A. Lakers 92
Monday's Games
Washington at Miami, 7:30 p.m.
New Orleans at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m.
Houston at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
Milwaukee at Utah, 9 p.m.
Tuesday's Games
Boston at Cleveland, 7 p.m.
Detroit at Orlando, 7 p.m.
,Portland at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
New Jersey at New York, 7:30 p.m.
L.A. Lakers at Memphis, 8 p.m.
Indiana at Sacramento, 10 p.m.
San Antonio at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
Memphis at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Oklahoma City at New Jersey, 7 p.m.
Washington at Toronto, 7 p.m.
Portland at Boston, 7:30 p.m.
Detroit at Miami, 7:30 p.m.
Orlando at Chicago, 8 p.m.
Charlotte at New Orleans, 8 p.m.
Minnesota at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
L.A. Lakers at Houston, 8:30 p.m.
Milwaukee at Denver, 9 p.m.


SCOREBOARD


Indiana at Utah, 9 p.m.
San Antonio at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m.

NFL

National Football League
All Times EST
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East
W L T Pet PF PA
New England 9 2 0 .818 334 266
N.Y. Jets 9 2 0 .818 264 187
Miami 6 5 0 .545 205 225
Buffalo 2 9 0 .182 229 295


Indianapolis
Jacksonville
Houston
Tennessee


Baltimore
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Cincinnati


Kansas City
San Diego
Oakland
Denver


N.Y. G
Philad
Washi
Dallas


South
W L T Pct
6 5 0 .545
6 5 0 .545
5 6 0 .455
5 6 0.455
North
W L 'T Pct
8 3 0 .727
8 3 0 .727
4 7 0 .364
2 9 0 .182
West
W L T Pct
7 4 0 .636
6 5 0.545
5 6 0 .455
3 8 0.273


PF PA
282 252
240 294
264 287
257 218

PF PA
250 188
254 181
216 229
225 288

PF PA
285 231
310 225
255 256
250 323


NATIONAL CONFERENCE
East
W L T Pdt PF
giants 7 4 0 .636 277
elphia 7 4' 0.636 310
ngton 5 6 0.455 215
3 8 0.273 256


South
W L T Pct
Atlanta 9 2 0 .818
New Orleans 8 3 0 .727
Tampa Bay 7 4 0 .636
Carolina 1 10 0 .091
North
W L T Pct
Chicago 8 3 0 .727
Green Bay 7 4 0 .636
Minnesota 4 7 0 .364
Detroit 2 9 0 .182
West
W L T Pct
Seattle 5 6 0.455
St. Louis 5 6 0 .455
Arizona 3 7 0.300
San Francisco 3 7 0 .300


PA
240
257
262
301


PF PA
276 209
265 197
219 223
140 276

PF PA
222 172
269 166
189 239
258 282

PF PA
209 275
213 231
188 292
160 219


Sunday's Games
' Houston 20, Tennessee 0
Atlanta 20, Green Bay 17
Minnesota 17, Washington 13
N.Y. Giants 24, Jacksonville 20
Pittsburgh 19, Buffalo 16, OT
Cleveland 24, Carolina 23
Kansas City 42, Seattle 24
Miami 33, Oakland 17
St. Louis 36, Denver 33
Chicago 31, Philadelphia 26
Baltimore 17, Tampa Bay 10
San Diego 36, Indianapolis 14

Monday's Game
San Francisco at Arizona, 8:30 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 2
Houston at Philadelphia., 8:20 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 5
San Francisco at Green Bay, 1 p.m.
Denver at Kansas City, 1 p.m.
Buffalo at Minnesota, 1 p.m.
Jacksonville at Tennessee, 1 p.m.
Cleveland at Miami, 1 p.m.
Chicago at Detroit, 1 p.m.
Washington at N.Y. Giants, 1 p.m.
New Orleans at Cincinnati, 1 p.m.


Oakland at San Diego, 4:05 p.m.
Carolina at Seattle, 4:15 p.m.
St. Louis at Arizona, 4:15 p.m.
Atlanta at Tampa Bay, 4:15 p.m.
Dallas at Indianapolis, 4:15 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Baltimore, 8:20 p.m.
Monday, Dec. 6
N.Y. Jets at New England, 8:30 p.m.

NHL

National Hockey League
All Times EST
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
GP W LOT P GF GA
* Philadelphia 25 15' 6 434 87 61
Pittsburgh 25 15 8 2 32 76 61
N.Y. Rangers 25 14 10 1 29 73 66
New Jersey 24 8 14 2 18 45 69
N.Y. Islanders 22 5 12 5 15 46 72
Northeast Division
GP W, LOT P GF GA
Montreal 24 15 8 1 31 60 47
Boston 22 12 8 2 26 59 46
Ottawa 24 11 12 1 23 57 71
Buffalo 25 9 13321 62 73
Toronto 22 8 11 3 19 48 61
Southeast Division
GP W LOT P GF GA
Washington 25 17 6 2 36 86 68
Tampa Bay 24 13 8329 73 78
Atlanta 24 12 9 3 27 77 72
Carolina 23 10 10 3 23 70 74
Florida 22 10 12 0 20 57 57

Western Conference
Central Division
GP W LOT P GF GA
Detroit 21 15 42 32 73 56
Columbus 22 14 8 028 62 53
Chicago 26 13 11 2 28 79 74
St. Louis 22 12 7 3 27 57 57
Nashville 22 9 8 5 23 51 60
Northwest Division
GP W LOT P GF GA
Vancouver 22 12 7 3 27 68 59
Colorado 23 13 9 1 27 83 71
Minnesota 22 11 9224 56 62
Calgary 23 9 12 2 20 64 69
Edmonton .22 6 12 4 16 55" 88
Pacific Division
GP W LOT P GF GA
Dallas 22 13 8 1 27 64 61
Phoenix 22 11 6 5 27 66 65
Los Angeles 22 13 9 026 63 55
San Jose 22 11 7 4 26 65 63
Anaheim 25 11 11 3 25 64 77
NOTE: Two points for a win, one point
for overtime loss.
Sunday's Games
Washington 3, Carolina 2, SO
Atlanta 4, Boston I
Detroit 4, Columbus 2
Monday's Games
Pittsburgh at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.
Dallas at Carolina, 7:30 p.m.
Edmonton at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m.
Minnesota at Calgary, 9 p.m.
Los Angeles at Anaheim, 10 p.m.
Tuesday's Games
Tampa Bay at Toronto, 7 p.m.
Phoenix at Nashville, 8 p.m.
St. Louis at Chicago, 8 p.m.
Atlanta at Colorado, 10 p.m.
Detroit at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
Edmonton at Montreal, 7 p.m.
Boston at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Nashville at Columbus, 7 p.m.
Washington at St. Louis, 8 p.m.
Phoenix at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Vancouver at Calgary, 9:30 p.m.
Florida at Anaheim, 10p.m.


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FRANK & ERNEST BY BOB THAVES


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ACROSS 46 Maureen or
Scarlett
1 Noisy birds 48 Lost some
5 Fruitcake 50 Judge Bean
go-with 51 Opposed
8 Woolly ani- 52 Submissive
males 57 Tall tale
12 Cosmetic 58 Prior to
oil 59 Kind of hog
13 Thole filler 60 Wade
14 Festive through
nights 61 Phone trio
15 Gourmet 62 Excuses
coffee
17 Brad of DOWN
Hollywood
18 Dormcoverer 1 Average
19 Eucalyptus guy
diners 2 Gore and
21 Red Sea Capone
peninsula 3 Bark
24 Gauge 4 Lebanon
25 Victorian, neighbor
e.g. 5 Curious
26 More frilly 6 W. Hemi-
30 Isinglass sphere gp.
32 Pump fuel 7 Feel empa-
33 Self-confi- thy
dence 8 Fixed
37 Atlas dot 9 Saint
38 Natural Teresa's
resource town
39 Sour pickle 10 Copper, e.g.
40 Wish 11 Former JFK
undone arrivals
43 Name 16 Harmful
44 Kukla's 20 Spertser
friend opus


Answer to Previous Puzzle











21 It may 44 Newspaper
jackknife edition
22 Purple 45 Kind of
flower rocket
23 Salt, in the 47 Water, In
lab combos
27 In a tizzy 48 Dog or sal-
28 "It Must Be ad -
Him" singer 49 Changed
29 Um-hmm (2 color
wds.) 50 Coral ridge
31 Making 53 Rage
bubbly 54 Promissory
34 Slave girl of note
opera 55 Natalie's fa-
35 Mumble their
36 Corsica 56 Mdse.
neighbor
41 WSW oppo-
site
42 RIleor chisel


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HOROSCOPE

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) If you need some kind of
specific favor that can only be
granted from someone who has
the wherewithal, go directly to
an individual who fits this need.
Don't use an intermediary.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) Your chances for being
able to overcome an adversarial
arrangement look extremely
encouraging. However, you'll
be most effective if you play
your trump cards last.
' AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) You are likely to find out
that there is plenty of justifica-
tion for feeling hopeful about a
new endeavor in which you're
involved. It may prove to have a
bit more potential than you
think.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- The reason why your
chances for success look good
is because your emotions and
ambitious objectives are in
sync. Each force will serve to
fuel the other when needed.
ARIES (March 21-April 19)
- When it comes to something
for which you need help, first
ask someone who would be a
competent assistant, and sec-
ond make sure this person will
benefit in some way for his/her
help.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20)
- Your financial affairs can
benefit from your usual sources
as well as from an occasional
asset you've used before.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
Don't hesitate to ask for the
assistance of someone you
know who might be the perfect
person to help you swing
something important that
you've been trying to initiate.
Chances are s/he'll comply.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)
The only way a matter that is
quite meaningful to you materi-
ally can be concluded is if you
put all else aside and make it
your top priority. You've got to
risk it to get the biscuit.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
Something positive could come
about through a pal who knows
how to ignite your ambitions.
This person may be someone
you rarely see but who pops up
when something of interest is
at stake.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
Your luck usually tends to
come about through situations
that can produce material gains
through traditional channels,
not speculative ones.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
The major reason that several
important objectives will be
achieved is because you're not
likely to be too easily discour-
aged, regardless of the obsta-
cles you might face.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
Attitude will be extremely
important when it cores to
your commercial dealings. Be
careful not to anticipate any
kind of rejection or negative
development.


Slovenliness threatens marriage


ALLEY OOP BY JACK AND CAROLE BENDER
SHE SURE YESHE D.' THOUH... FRO WAT YOU SAID ABOUT HE WAS
OP N 0 WOUNDED I SUPPOSE WE HIS CUlI A OF IND, IF WE TIL. HI. PRETTY FED UP i
BUE D 5 U8.IS SHOULD WARMS ABOUT I6, ? GUESSING HE'D BE HAPPY WITH THE WHOLE
OOLA U0 lUNGo BOO)... FOR THE ecUSE TO GVEUP SEIN 'KING! '-BUSINmESS rl
1 -- .-- --"


KIT 'N' CARLYLE BY LARRY WRIGHT


AND THEN SOMETHING
GOES WRONG DURING THE
PROCEDURE AND I END UP
WITH A GAPING PORPOISE-
LIKE BLOWHOLE ON THE
TOP OF MY
HEAD THAT
SQUEAKS /<\
ANDPOPS . 7
AND CAN \ .
BREATHE
REAL AIR!


HERMAN BY JIM UNGER


NO, YOU HAVE A FEAR OF
GOING TO DOCTOR MOREAU.
WAIT, A BLOW-
HOLE WOULD BE
KINDA COOL.


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"You didn't fill it up, did you?"


Dear Annie: I've known my wife for two
years. We've been living together for five
months and married for one. I love her a
ton. I pull my share of the load around
here, including paying half the bills and
buying the groceries. I cook, clean and do
all of the yard work and home mainte-
nance. The problem is, my wife is a slob.
I'm not a perfectionist, but I like things
tidy and organized. My wife has no prob-
lem making a snack, in the kitchen and
leaving the mess for me to clean
up. She never makes the bed.
She drops things all over the-
house, and I end up picking up
after her constantly. She says/
I'm "such a sweetheart," but 4 1e'
I'd gladly give up the\ *
moniker for a little more help. la
This sloppiness is a side of
her I didn't know. She some- -
times goes two or three days without a
shower, and it is noticeable. How do 1\
approach her about these things without
upsetting her and starting a fight? -\
Eating on Me
Dear Eating: We are continually
amazed that people can be so blind to the
bad habits of a loved one when they have
been living with them for months. You may
need to tell your wife that she has a strong
aroma that others may notice. But you also
can encourage her to bathe more often by
showering together as part of foreplay,
telling her how much you love her clean
scent.If she is unwilling to work on this,

BRI


In this declarer-play problem from the magazine,
how would you try to make four hearts after West
leads the trump jack?
The bidding had a modern ring to It. North's two-
diamond reverse was forcing for one round, show-
ing five-plus clubs, shorter diamonds, fewer than
four hearts and four spades, and usually 17-plus
points. Your two-spade rebid was artificial, showing
a weak hand and denying five hearts. (Any rebid
higher than two spades would have been natural and
game-forcing.) But when North described a powerful
1-3-4-5 hand, you went for game in the 4-3 fit.
(Afterward, you will assure partner that East would
have led a low trump, the only start to defeat the
excellent six-club contract.)
Assuming there are no very bad breaks, you have
at least 10 tricks: three hearts, two diamonds and
five clubs. However, you must be able to draw
trumps before you can run the clubs.
Here, if you immediately take your three top
hearts and turn to clubs, West will ruff the third club
and the defenders will take four spade tricks for
down two. Instead, accept one trump loser. Duck the
first trick, or win with dummy's ace and duck the
second round of hearts. Then everything is under
control.


get .professional counseling before throw-
ing in the (clean) towel.
Dear Annie: I am a retired married
woman in my 50s and try to go to bed
before 11 p.m. For a combination of rea-
-sons, I can't get comfortable falling asleep.
Sometimes I will read awhile, but either the
nightstand light bothers me or my arthritis
does. So I toss and turn.
My husband is up until the wee hours. If
by some miracle I have fallen asleep, he
wakes me up fiddling with his iPod. Then
my cat wakes me by scratching
the mattress for an early morn-
v ing feeding. So on a good
night, I average five hours of
S sleep. It not only feels lonely
,Aw, lying in bed by myself, but
this regimen has got to be tak-
ing a toll on my body. How do I
cope? Not Counting Sheep
or Blessings
Dear Not Counting: It is
not unusual for husbands
-and wives to have different
sleep schedules. Try some relaxation
techniques. Don't read in bed, and turn
off the nightstand lights. Take a hot shower
or bath. Make the room as dark as possible,
or wear a sleep mask'and earplugs. Invest
in a fan or white-noise machine. Keep the
bedroom door closed so the cat cannot get
in. Explain to your husband that you need
him to be sensitive to your sleep problems.
Also, talk to your doctor about medication
and a referral to a sleep clinic.


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Cats Apartments trailer, not used off 23' long 2700 mi. mi, many upgrades transmission,green (334)498-3279 leather CD player,
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850-482-5472 Auburn, Student Co $1,0 33687- Campers/Travel
6863.695-2161 | Trailers I
Free kittens, 4 availa- do, 2/2B, /Loft -
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s School. Wire Rd. on 14'. live well, new '01 Coachman Catall-
Free kittens to good Houses Unfumished Tiger Transit route, top, 35hp, runs great! na 30ft. no pull outs,
home, 7 weeks old Appliances 2 yrs old. garage kept. $1750 $7,195. Must Sell!!
850-569-2313 3/1.5 Brick Home Convenient location. 334-596-5032 exc. cond. 334-655-
2589 McClain St. $91,500, 334-501-2045 8462 or 334-655-8461
Dogs C'dale $650/mo + gunwright@belsouth C ect CraftTorino 06Tr ra
gdep 334-714- net 17ft. complete refit 06 Travel Traers
9553/334714-8343 07 350CID/450 hp for sale, self con-
Toy Poodle FMH, 15 kPaeentsae outdrv ar taed334-793-4438 .-
wks4SW 9- 3/2 brick w/od y fast!!I $10,750. 30 ft. 5th wh.'05 Sid- 16x14x25 pet carrier China cabinet, maple Jacket, womans size Old shed contents, Sliver Pendant- Ha-
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DMiscellaneousP dep&ref. 850-5795 + Fi sher '01 Hawkla slide, Q-bed, sofa 2s worn once $70 850- fence for all $500. rineNew$39
s 4317/86-196f65. Class 2, with 1158 rockers, white cai- 27" TV, RCA, $40 Desk top computer, 4-n94ce 70 850- fe 8e $60 ( )5N-4$3
nt216 Primrose Drive Caruss ubar s, many extras, 850-605-6192 monitor & desk, all' 482-2994OBO 850-899-8601 (850)579-4476
------216Pr rie Mercury outboard very pretty. $16,000. 2 burgandy lamps cords $250.850-899- Lg acrylic ocean Pend. ER Ring Set- Sliver Ring- Hawaiian
quail for Sale 3BR/1.5 BA home, on motor with trailer, 2 334-803-7726 or 334- w/multicolor shades, 8601 painting $50 850-482- Avatar Turquoise Druzy New Size 8.75
flight condition corner of Park & fish finders, trolling 803-7705 $25/ea or $45 for Free:multl-colored, II- 3537 Flower Jewelry Set $39 (850)579-4476
Ready for hunting Davis St. $650/mo + motor, access ladder, both 850-482-3537 ter trained kittens. Lg curio cherry $59 (850)579-4476 i
850-326-3016 dep 850-g482-2886 or Bem ln, AM/FM ra Camper $500. oth 850-482-3537 ter85082traine50/ttens woodL 5 sh elves, exc $59(850)579 76 Slver/Sapphire ER-
209-1344. dio, on board charge $3000. Needs work 56 x 38 table w/4 5303-9727 cond. $75 firm 850 Playpen- Pack and Sapphire and 925 Sil-
cover, very well kept 334-678-0031 chairs $25 850-624- 482-3537 play blue plaid $40 ver Earrings.New,
3BA2BR Well $14,000.334-685-7319 RI Ecoquest Air Purifier Lots of Nautical de-
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Property Mgmt Is, maintained home, CAMEO 30 ft. 2 slides $ cu.ft freezer, exc. w/remote $300 850- cor, painting, pic- PS2 w/5 games/ Singer Sewing Mach.
Our ONLY Business" 1519sq ft. Fenced Fisher '06 Crapple well kept includes cond. $65 firm. 850- 569-2194 tures, nick naxs. controllers/2 guitars w/case Fancy stitch-
850-526-3355 yard. Al Iappliances Special. Has Mercury super slide hitch 482-3537 $300.850-899-8601 & dmset. $150 850- es $45 850-526-3426
C- Ba l c stay $129,900 60 motor. 21.1 hrs. $15,000 334-687-9983 GE Microwave Oven, $300. 850-899-8601 & drumset. $150 850- s $45 850-26-3426
Beautiful, spacious Mike334) 550-9748 on.mtr.Trolling 7 Drawer Dresser & 22x16, old but work- Lots of realestate 352-2245
executive 3/2 in motor,fish finder, 2 night stand $60 ing $20 850-569-2194 signs & heavy metal Rhodochrosite Pend Smoker cooker a-
The Oaks $1,200 Marianna live wells w/trailer (850)592-2881 Gold Coin, frame $5. ea. 850- ant 925 Sterlin One waygood shapbeen covered,
S3/2w/lawnservice 2 BA 2 BR CH/A 334-793-2226 Bamboo Table w/4 1/10th once $200. 899-8601of ant 925 Sterlind N ew good shape $50 850-
in Marianna $795 W/WD, 1900 sq ft chairs & glass top Call 850-569-2194 Love Seat $40 (850)579-4476 482-3537
Fruit&Vegetables Erely renovated $98,500 Gheenoe Carno 13' $100 850-526-3426 Call850-569-2194 LoveSeat$40 (850)579-4476 357
t&Vegetabes 3/1 n Mariann $695 850-272-8700 w/trailer.2HP mtr.32 Graco Baby Crib (850)5922881Romance/Fiction Sony 90watt am & 2
CHRis Nice brick 3/1 in # thrust trolling mtr Dutchmen 40 ft. w/pad & 4 sheets $45 Matco Roll Around Books:(28) Roberts 10" speakers, brand
CHEROKEE Graceville w/ big $1500 Firm 334793 Trer I St'06wought iron 8Around Books:(28) Roberts, 10nspeakrs, bran
CHEOKEE Graceville w/big $1500 Firm 334-793- Trave 06 Black wrouht iron 850-272-8967 tool box w/lift up top Deveraux,Steel, Clark new box $150850-
SATSUMAS AND LEE fenced yard $600 3432 Nght: 677-5606 er 80 and pull out drawer 850-592-8769 352-2245
TANGERINES, sweet *r Super clean 2/1 in 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, 482-2994 Graco Car Seat, gray $100. 850-209-0137 $10850-592-8769
seedless, tree ripeo- Sneads, lawn serve. Mariner motor 4hp, 2 Slideouts, Loaded, Blue Druzy Ring- New color $15 850-272- McCulloch 28cc Gas Round table w/4 weak ir
call grown, Marian- inc. $450 And more low hrs. runs great. Like new. $19,250. 925 Silver Size 8.25, String Trmmer, sl c $25 8564 3-w ood ra
na, FL (850)209-5506terused only $525 334-406-4555 One of a kind $39 Graco Infant Car in box $120850-569- 3703finish, $75,482-7933
f 334-441-8421 FLEETWOOD'05 850)579-4476 Seat, blue $10 850- 2194 Senco Framing Nailer SS Pendant Earrings-
SProwler AX6, 5th wh, Broyhill China Cabi- 624-3703 Micro suede dark w/case & case of New Bi-Color carved
SMastercraft '99 36ft, 4 slides, large net w/matching buf- High Chair Cozi Fit, brown love seat, nails $175 850-693- Quartz New $49
Prostar 190, org. shower, 30/50AMP. fet, all wood $375 height adj. 4 position good cond. $150 firm 9633 (850)579-4476
SATVs trailer/cover, 335hrs $26,000 OBO 334-695- 850-526-3365 recline $25 850-272- 850-482-3537
. ;1, T7 9Very cleanruns great 4995, 334-687-7862 Canopy princess 8967 Nat Amethyst druzy Sewing machine, Terrarium for Snake
4-790-78 Sabre by Palamino castle for twin bed Inflatable queen mat- ER- 925 Silver. New.1 SINGER NIB never or Reptile w/2 lights
'J I'. P Pontoon Boat '9519' '08, 28 ft 5th wheel $45 (850)482-3078 tress w/carry bag 3/4" long $39 used $85 850-526- & habitat $85 850-
rated for 12 people, camper, 3 slides, table- $40 850-482-3537 (850)579-4476 3426 526-3426
HEADLAND'S BEST KEPT SECRET! exc. condo. $5000 sacr fice $29k 850- darkwood,3 tier ,In La-z-boy recliner, Old Scrub Board, Sigma Marten Acous- Very large wood ex-
699 CO RD 100 334-299-3739 93-567 good shape. $30 plush, lte burgandy wood & metal $20 tic Guitar $450 850- ecutive desk $250
HEADLAND $1 -850)557-6644 $125 850-526-3365 850-624-3703 879-4365 850-482-2994
Craftsman Design. Approx,2920 sq.ft. 2005 John Deere. Tuesday, November 30, 2010
5 BR, 3 Baths Built in 2009 6.1 Acres 500 Buck 4x4. (
Slate and tile Hardwood floors $4,999.00.
Granite counter tops Energy efficient Call: 850-210-4166
Formal DR *-2 car garage 2 stall barn Honda '02 XR25OR
Tre ceiling in master Dirt Bike. Exc. Cond.
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I Ford c...*...',c, Toyota Matrix'06 1- I ].e : ,:, Division of Adminis-
Srn,.,:h c.:.-.d lite owner 34K mi. red, .r i ,n : L 1 trative Hearings, De-
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OB 4, 5 $12,800. 334-803-3397 FICTITIOUS ment Services, 1230

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owe ed5 2 loaed PowerC l leage.6_______ ______ utom atico s herie g iv Tralasee Florida
initr' v ecR .D fir:r h/lowered, 2 loaded. 6disc-CD m LIKE,800m. TO PARTS, INC. desir- to petition to inter-
3 i .9 080 t.r t. r exhaust, od ECondition $9,800. 334-790-7959NEW ing to en age in busi- vene within the al-
l L, rVolkswago, li6,n .t-.4 :.:1. a 5485719 F 0 L ness un er the ficti-lowed time frame
ol2 5I a. et WANT.ED Pre82 F250 Diesel, Crew Bascom General Mer- of any right such
d .-ak lu Ford 06 F234 die8e3 jo r 21 7 2 sunroof, T, Ta Coroll a or SR Cab, 123K miles chandise located in person has to re
nr roh 5- heated seats, alum. Backhoe Pro r89/90 $16,000 334-687-9983 Jackson county Flor- uest athea ring ur
eigal.:r --e '-.c. wheels, sat, radio 40 "r, r L,.. Pr. Ph. -e stick ida, intends to regis- er Sections 120.569-
SC .od 1.0l- e mpg. 120K m $11,800 4,01 r,:,und c ,a *0: rd Probe stick Ford 04 Ranger XLT ter said name with and 120.57, F.S., or to
334-685-6233ipgaer $ 11700,4- W 6 33 4. r, trail-r *Iu at lv a'.s hi3ft -272-4243 blue, V6 speed man, the Division of Cor- participate in the ad-
B c'05 S power. ow mi league. 0c t adow2p new tires, toolbox, portions, Florida De- ministrative hearing.

No paint work inl. $5 K OBO Call: 850 210-4166 334-678-6568 '01 Frieght Liner FL60 865.09 of the Florida tie earning petition
$14,900 Ford 06' Focus SES 4- 334-701-2329 Sport Case tatues.is timely filedmedia-
334-685-6233 dr. red, auto, leather, 1959 2205 Mercedes 3347-2329_____tiso Tract Spo I ther int. Allisin ti isa t va le pur-
sun roof, spoiler, like Restore or use for Honda 1962 C102h -. 8 0-6 Bison '91h Tractor I ..:I ster int A12 lislon -eg Notices anet t Sbeacti on



334-687-4446 Eddie Bauer edition $5700, White with 3irm 0 3asatnoo n (M-F) Lt OR "ul E.dd, 4u-4sh4 T lerv '05 ,BSw owkaer wer DE PA NTF qlueie
d 2 07 Z3 ly ,At257p runt orf .t i totrans. U S124KKtt ml D E-1
darkblue, leather, 0 334-389-3071 or 251-747-4022 miles, Black & white, 3 u bo EI. n p r w r Od oer RME 1q n iy fted ea-

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kept, 77k milesdi 16xt.ntag E e Be arri oI t th p c14op to te ofC -
ed, new tire Ford 10 Explorer Camaro Z s, tune- 251-650-1577. asking $5,900. OBO GMC '00 Jimmy, generators 703 hrs. .. runs grat .
334up, rad.$3496 B5 H onda '05 Accord 334-693-5454 great cond., $420 85K 400a au to ~ 80w p e, blue, ns, 3w tr, good J n n the i ho ce a
OBO 850-592- White 100K Mi. Ithr Collector Mercedes OBO 850-526-2491 switch runs 4 poultry 8 4 691298CO N A eI a tsha rt
2832/693-6835 seats.Ex.umCond3. 193 2 r inveryH9on.da'99wS dsow ask forTom house $15,000. OBO Pall: 80ENDME1T to anw aminstratve
00red & tan, leather,, Black stripes, match- 334-347-9002 3 seats, fully loaded Tu EAeutr o ower windows or cond. 1 owner DEPARTMENT OF quest ithte-


Cadlac '9807 DLeTS fulle caor 205-799-8988 speeds, ing m an i ls HONDA '98 Valkyrie 57 W/ Honda '03 Santafe house of c only 53K m. $14,ing nip- 104K COMMUNITY ministrtive law
mi wtanelehr,2 loa s kmin $29 O mtomr90e l a6000ml.s 3 4 5.01e 9 re 0 8 C o nn '9 M Sn aV60 334-793441 NOTICE OF INTENT the Division of Ad-

es, l-e-h loa C 3i346 8 r- t h ftn.c cho, les, runs greatly rn4-6 0n-1 .-7So SoRT rd r O hiefk
up,new r00 d.3495 Honda 05,LotAccord, me g ra rs. 8. Full, Load. he Department Office of Comprehen-
0Collector Mercedes 334-693-5454 great cond., $4200 85KW 400amp, auio llto 1a 0 3 47%C NYmiang T se challenot



Cadillac '07 DS ile ly $9800 334-446- 3 gd cond., rare 4. 1100 Arrow Lots of 440 X40 pouy e I otice of its i n- iri
loa leather it. or 205-799-8988 speed man. trans., Xtras Full W/S Honda '03 Santafe house of Lubin nip- DOET INO.PL ANoCE E hein
t Iloae,2 ivr smooth shifting, chrome mtr guard, 137K mi. burgundy, pie drinkers 334-726-D FORD '07 p o NO .0-AI -


pear hit ed3 on V tnd mi.s load 2 i229-416-1051l F tiresa334-899 3914 Chevrol'et 0721). Fi C4a .6 66 tent to find the DepartmentO of Com-
pearl white, 138K m, :hrome, 229416-1051 tires 334-899-3914 Crew Cab LS, Amendment(s) to the munity Affairs
runs great. $1700. In ty '10 G37 I.: d run Ike In time for cooler FARM EQUIPMENT I ALL POWER! Ford 86 Bronco 2 Comprehensive Plan 2555 Shumard Oak
334-648-3171 ,,ir. Bla4 Leae, ,-,ti $ .' weather '05 Honda 1440 Combine w/ $10,699.00 runs, good body, for Jackson County, Boulevard
Cadillac '99 DeviPrmum Call -34 54 Trike, cranberry red, heads $10,000. CAT Call: 850-210-4166 4W/D, new parts, adopted by Ordi- Tallahassee, Florida
Call le age 7500 Mi New to many ad on to list Dozer D4b & root rebuilt engine, $2400 nance No. 1009 on 32399-2100
white wtan leather Cond.$29,500 OBO Motorcycles 6000 m. $26.000 Hrake 850-415-0438 3347945780 October 12, 2010, IN
int. new tires, air & on$2912M-5 9, Cash or cashiers 7 2Hummer '04 H278 0 COMPLIANCE, pur- LF15176
front end. good cond. e Cl k 34-s68992254 Loaded with all the Ford '89 Bronco, Runs suant to Secturions LF15176
$3,600. 347 33check.33 5 extras $16,999 or grt, lifted, mud tires, 163.3184, 163.3187 INVITATION TO BID
,0 Kawasaki '09 Ninja. Trade 850-210-4166 excel cond. $3500 and 163.3189, F.
250. 3k mi. Perfect Jee O6 Wrangler, OBO trade 850-774- Bids will be received
(334)268 Kat si wt & w 918as9/ak7'09-n8 Trade 850-210-4166 Hy- ". e l c .$3 arn 1 8 F.S.
Saskcondition! Blue, $3000 both tops, AC, auto, Tul 0 Im 9189/774-9186 The adopted Jackson by Chipola College
asking $3000 loaded, 22K miles Ford Tractor 600 Chevrolet '96 Ex Cab County omprehen- until 3:00 p.m. CT,








'02emsa^ Custom made'n VW _n(s ^__ ?334-648-0195 F ato a l se G .d nto n t i 30 P C ,
S334-648-0195 17,000 OBONew aint, Runs Duey, Diese, Great sivPlan Friday, December 10,
















'0 Custom made C$17,000 LOaded! New paint, Runs Work NEc! Se Amendment(s) tMa r
Camaro '02 Z28, Jaguar '05 XJ8L power Trike al Kawasaki 2000 Ca Call 334-726-1530 good, Must Sell Work truck, Runs Amendment(s) and 2010 at the Student
white, loaded, ec. 4-door. Black. Owner chromed eng. sc LT27 Under Jee '94 Wrangler $3500334797-6925 great, $5,599 or theDepartment's Ob Services Building















82d$8Bw LAncoln cus: T om, 0A H *08at V-til 2012. Jeep '9 4-Wrng era m $3500 33Door great, $5,599 op
Lit a sking cu m onexond. 25aranty Trade 850 -210-4166 jdctions, Recommen- "A", Room 124,
acond. original od nrtp. anew iaskat Co l ne of a kind l 1very low miles, alum
gar.ke pt.$8900. $,985. 850-896-3774 paint job & wheels 2053CC Low mi. y wes, a GOLF FAIRWAYO Chevy '91 Cherokee daments Report, (if THIS IS NOT Alege
79625 Leare1 Custom Adult ridden, fire $8500. 334-774-3474 all oy wheelsaterr NGO IR Sation n rn o e
kimd334-795-625 bre01Custom eng. red. 23K mi. new or 334-791-1074 tireneWrtcdaplyer, oR$3,500./DIESEL334-678- pickup, l535ift gate FORD'89F50,4wh, any), are available SEALED BID POROJ-
beige, exc. cond. tires, gar. kept, Yamaha'05 V-star black & gold color, 65684x4 Auto, $4,600 for pubic inspection ECT. NO OFFICIAL
O O K 334-406- custom cover, am/fm 650Silverado,Saddle $7500OBO GOLF-TRI-KING1900reasonable offer 229- Monday through Fri-BID OPENING TIME
$5000. PH: 334-40 cb, $22,000 OBO bags, wind shield, 334-792-1994 G NG reasonable offer 229- day, except for legal OR PLACE WILL BE
S7052 or 334-588-2822 3 4 20 22-2- hdays, durin nor- DESIGNATED.
Lnor' -8-ca 239-410-4224 back rest. Lincoln '00 Tow c '02 Yamaha TTR 125L gar. kept $3750 obo bL e arl 07 X35 12WD0E.ELMOTOR8171(-Mal business ours
a ir u re series, 2 exc. cond.R$700. 334 334-701-7552 8 8 Ford '93 Ran over at the Jackson Coun Bids will be accepted
100K790 25Y a0 i. C ia er, 'y Adm inistration for:
tuBirc veS 2c0n8d V6, 4wd, fully loaded, John Der 05' 48 P, Chevy 91 S10 Z6 Au- 10w im Dpla er g uildin mistr ti for
IEd.- 60/40 leather 79 5 Yamaha 06 R6 501k miles. $28,500. full wft. drive, front 4 t ZAuIc w n iledig r di
CHEVROLET 10 at m/fm/cd 2008 Honda 750 R Edition Track Call 334-333-1824 end loader, bushhog 20 chro m i $3500 334-685-3214 son Street, Marianna, INSIDE DATA/VOICE
Corvette TORCH RED crews ti. computer Shadow Spt Motor- Ead. Cond. $ B 00 -finish mower, disk, Call 334-691-2987 or WORKFORCE DEVEL-
HTAN EROR 69K mis ond. cycle Low miles Likes 334-432-58008 334-798-1768 y affie pedt on, OPMENT BUILDING
CHROME WHEELS 6 never smoked in, new $5000.00. Call for details r $18,200. B l 3 98- 2 Any a affected person, OPMENT BUILDING
SPEED PADDLE SHIFT never wrecked Call 334-899-4224 m d tai Less than 1000 hrs 163. de F.S., has action All materials, serv-
L D063.314. F.S., has aA
D10,500 miles, $15,250.334-791-7330 '92 Goldwing, 60k Yamaha '07 V-Star M6040 KubotaTrac gn petition for ces and labor shall
$334, 475 03700 LincolnR'01 oown a mi ls ;ed, excellent 5 3-1100, 11,600 mi, newer tion and rr
(334)268-3900 Lcoln '01 Towncar, miles red, exc. paint reartire, and extras, Nissan '05 Pathfinder tor 60hp w/351 hrs, r. administrative be accordingto spec-
S5HP34WD, Full Hy- i ring to challenge ifications prepared
Signature series w/ & running cond. payoff of 4X4 Maroon, blk Ithr drlulics $20,000; In-
B1re 01.130m So 000 7000 50-445-291S5 ng drauli- ., Ford '96 Ranger tre pr posed agency by Chipola College,
,.; -r le, message 2071/718-5069 after MUST SELL! Great plements also avail., Sl 4 ee. 75kmi. determination that 3094 Indian Circle,
6T American Ironhorse 4p Cond$14,500 Loaded! 334-791-9107 4wd xt cab, power LIKE NEW! et up the Amendment(s) to Marianna, FL 32446.
Light tan w/beige in- 1500K mi. exc. cond. 250 Burgundy, Toyota '02 Highland. M-120 DT 4x4 w/ $3400 OBO are In Compliance, as section by contact-
terior, leather heated $14,500 334-447-2131 Low miles! Like new! er LTD Exc. Cond. Kubota loader 120hp Call 334-691-2987 or defined in Subsection ing Dennis F. Everett,
Chevrolet '74 El seats, ABS, side REDUCED $2,250. 334- 4WD Lthr. 82K mi. LA1601 cabfire) 3100 334-798-1768 163.3184(1), F.S. The Chipola College, 850-
Camino.Good cond airbags, 37k mi, NA- ATV HONDA 2003 693-5454 $11,500 OBO 334-796- hrs. original t-res CHEVY '96 S-10 Pick- petition must be filed 718-2216 or
$5500 MenceDes seBl workCH Y a 204- Star n0 3 9 R EUED Y T w il S-el fk pMa (1 petition ) dasater pule- c h2 .d u.
Needs minorwork. DA $21,175 sell for Rancher4x4 Yamaha 2004V-Star 8648 50, engine, fuel up, 2.2leter, 4cly., within twenty-one ae v e r e t t d @
59- $ 0. 0 055 Like new 1 Cass. 4 l oyt 0054 kRuner tanks ok. REDUCED will sell for parts (21) days after publi- chipola.edu.
1 334-699- $17,900 850-814-0155 TRX35FE3 Like new 1100 Classic. Black & Toyota '05 4Runner $9,995. OBO or trade $800 334-689-9183 cation of this notice,
1366 or 707-6925 LTncoln Congresslon $2,499 chrome, exceUent Limited, 105k miles for tractor. and must include all Bidding documents
Chevy '02 Camaro al Town Sedan 03' (334)797-6001 condition. $4500 OB Gold w/tan leather Dodge '01 3500 Dual- Fo '97 F150 Lariathe information may e submitted
Conv. 35th Anniv Ed. 142K mi. white w/ _, 334-618-7525 heated seats, V8, ly, 135K, great cond., RUNS GREAT! and contents descri. via U.S. mail, e-mail,
Auto. New top/New tan leather top Yamaha 2005,50 D,sunroof, trailer 4 wheel, ext. cab, $3,999.00form Rule r inperson ac
tir es $ 9 50. $O3 s t s ,l o e d9 9 sl0p h ha g ri ll g u ar &d, F1. 0 0e b e d in U n ifo rm R u le o r in p e rso n a c c o rd -
tires, Exc. Condition seats, loaded $6000. hitch grill gurd J auto, $12,500. 646- Call: 850-210-4166 28-106.201, F.A.C. ing to bid specifica-
$7300 334-596-9966 334-693-2274 f Bruin 4 Wheeler, stereo, $15,900 334- 620-9478 (Dothan)
Ch$7300 334596-9966 front wrench g ood 685 6233 Ford '98 F150, great The petition must be tions.
oK M azda '01 626 LXcondition $2,33479 000 cond, 165K mi New filed with the Agency
Chevy '05 Cobalt 158K Mi. Loaded! (334)790-0976 Lo d k2 6k~9W L w Brakes, alternator Clerk, Department of Chipola College re-
4 door, loaded. Pwr everything, cd r gunslinger7788@hot ... and barte nd4 ment. Faire t he ric htt
Grea GasoMnige.ra mandumlttelCodtCommunityco M pTractorE30dMr andt100Kmisicelre- otmmeiy Affairs, serves the right to
Stress $ Mlesatgers player White, tan int. mailco Tractor 30 Massey 2rbt ir3Ele 555 Shumard Oak waive informalities in
Call Steve Hatcher 3750334-692-4084 Yamaha XVS00 Ferguson w/5' disk door locks.$4800 obo Boulevard, Tallahas- any bid, aend to reject
334-797-9290 Bashan 07 Dragonfly 42K mi. Asking $3200 XC9SUV 1 set bottom plow & 334-701-7552 see, Florida 32399- any or all bids, or to
12 Mini Chopper, 125cc, on 334-726-1215 0 Volvo:07 1 set Covington Dodge '04 Ram Red 2100, and a copy accept any bid and
Chevy '08 Im i 4s manual clutch, 334 -477-312 Sport, 8Cyl4WD planters $3K 797- 4drHemitruckw/114 KSBlazer'85fully re- mailed or delivered any combination of
L Leatr ~4~m rear tire, alu- Loaded, Black Ext 6925 or 334-699-1366 k hwy. mi. Like new. stored, 450 hp en- to the local govern- alternates or sepa-
LCD chang39 er, rear wheels, street Gd Black Uit 49,000 Miles New rhino liner & gine, 411 rear end, ment. Failure to rate bid prices that,
Ner eback .i 3 r tScooters/Mopeds 28500 334-797-7116 Tractor Equip, bed cover. Infinity 1000K mi since re- timely file a petition in their judgment,
spoilerNewDbacku .w salerltheirdouncdgment,
tires, keyless ntry .r,, low hrs, like Disc Harrow, 6' factory sound, red/ stored. $12,900. 407- shall constitute a will be to the best n-
w/eo tes tat Miad 0c cM d MX 3P ASY Bx lf bk leather interior. 353-3629 waiver of any right to terest of Chipola Col-
Like New Cond Mazda '89 Mlata MX s 4228 allBO334-792-80187 So bkvcdleteby dealer. request an adminis lege.
A u t o .T r a n s .$ 12 ,9 0 0 H a rd t o p C o n v e rt ib ley 0 62 Sk o n d a2 S t 4 -6 7 8 -6 5 6 8 r o of2 ,0oa d e d ,snew 3 3 4 -2 6re u es8d mi
334-475-0237 Loade Bluetooth & Di Bike 07' Honda '04 CATAPILLAR T (850)960-392250 Ia petitioner under Meetings-Events
MSirius Radio, Low mi CRF70 Excellent 350 B. 36FT. TELE- SLa nss A' ections 1 6 an
$23500 334- 379 6749 Condition $925.e SCOPE, 702 hrs. like a DVan a ot 120.57, F.S. If a peti L-
Ce ...334-798-2337 Geely Scooter Lull. $45,000 firm 334- Dodge 05 Dakota tion is filed, the fapur-
Good cond. $550 OBO 886-2150 1999 Ford Windstar quad-cab, SLT, 34k 7o iofdthem ni's-
0K miW Pearl white, Not street legal 15 CLUBCAR GULF eVaiLX. Chestnut colm, 6 cylinder, full 2500 tRA ive hearing NOTICE
$7,00. 229-321-96251 CARTS 2066 MODELS o u e -w-3hd, 4wd ext. cab. be to present evi-
S- W/08eBATERIES IIIaldditng doors, A/C OBO 334-449-1864e6000V8, HD4-sd.dence and testimony Tri-County Communi-
$1,750. EA. 678-6568 Is 5 yrs old,verreli- auto transnewFiresand forward a rec- Council, Inc.,
Chevy811Corvette* 16' FINISHING MOW- work. $2800 XCAI 4x4 $200 down black, $4500. total ommended order to Board of Directors
e__orroe_08_0_n Ellise714-0028 ons. 64K ml. nada no petition is filed day, December 07,
Tops, 52K mli. New silver, exc, condo. 40 HP MASSEY FER- retail $17,675. Kelley this Notice of Intent 2010 at 5:00 P.M. at
Tires, Calipers, 39,800 mi. near spoil- GUSON TRACTOR W/ Chevy ASTO '97 con- blue book private shall become final Simbo's Restaurant,
Garage kept. $13,500. 334-805-0818 Harley 06 S portser XL3UM-8750cc68TURF TIRES. $4,500. version Van raisednparty $18,765. agency action Hwy 79 North in
OBO 334-596-2376 Mercdes '08 E-350 1200C 3940 mi 2 U.M 0820ccSeats 334-678-6568 roof, loaded, new.334-266-5248. Bonifay.
222 he t L tires, 51K mi. $9,500. Sell for $15,500. If a petition is filed,
Black, Tan Leather seat screaming ea- eme 4430 John Dere w/ 334-897-2054 or 334- other affected per-
Si"lt. Immaculate, O g le, pipes, wind Scoter. 80mi par cab & air, good cond. 464-1496o, fs on ay petition ClassHfV2d

SCountry Van. Exc. quad cab, short bed,ion must be filed at Adv
S Cyl -. $31.25"0 7 .797.. Sport Utility Vehicles] 555C Backhoe cond. 51K, seats 7, 6cy turbo diesel, 1 -3must twenty (2)s ng...
Che"yL87 For Sale $13,500 A/C power, $9500 auto, 4wd, near Two days b3feas the (20)
Conv, 7l/red it 350 Mercedes -13 450 SL softail Fwd ctrls exc Call 334-86-9003 OBO., 334-688-5154 Egg.170K,$7000.days before the final
eng. 4+3 Man trans. Convertible cond 4500 mi '02 GMC Sierra, white or 334-726-4661 080, 850-557-2627 1. CALL de all of st inf -alI P5t
New paint job. Estate (herd/soft top) blk/chrome intake kit 1500 SLE 20dr, long 6X l o e clude all of the infor-en dnrtCvs
Sale. $9500. OBO $12,'000 000 904-368- slip on exhaust lug- wheel base 176,950 6? enclosed trailer GMC '95, Conversion .UR AD mation and cclntents
352-219-7370 1153 Leave msg gage rack etc. a must mi. $4,000. call w/1 side door & dbl Van, new A/C, runs Ford '01 4X4 V-10 2. PLACE YO A described in Uniform
Mercedes_82'380SL see $13,999 obo Polyengineering, Inc.doors in back $1900 grt,$2500 S & M Au- Reduced Price Rule 28-106.205, eat,
Chrysler00"Sebring 93Kmercede tops82' 3 34)L6see3$13,998o PLyL93ng700neex c.1 new cond. 850-933- to Sales 850-774- single cab, 71K Mi. 3. GET RESULTS F.A.C. A petition for
Cony top, runs/oks 93K ml. H/S tops 334)618-3118 334-793-4700 ext. 134 9228/643-8312 9189/ 850-774-9186 $7500 229-220-0456
'great, loardedslook chalk brown robert6500@gmail.co
Call 334-596-5032 ant. auto, AC, Harley Davidson 02 . -
upgraded sound Sportster 1200 cus .
system, car cover & tom 1k mile' --'c,,
top store arack, chromed out, $6500.
tained w/ records. or 334-701-34 6
0 REDUCED $12,000. ,


Chrsle '02 PT miles. Great Condi-
Edition, Loaded Rockford Fosgate
97K mi, NEWTIRES! premium sound w/ 6
S*le d Harley Davidson 03 road package. Call
Ultra Classic. Black & 790-4201. Leave mes- "0
d2Purple custom paint. sage. 742 Branton
Mer es-Bnz03 Max. chrome. Garage Road. $9,950 Firm.
S C240. White pear kept 12K mi. $14,1 T500
Ext. w/camel leather ,
int. Sun roof, power
sunshade 6-disc CD Harley Davidson 05
Chrysler "07 PT Cs changer.$11,545 12,,lCtr I111 m Ptn iR
iCruiser Loaded, 48K c 334-718-551 n ,r :.. V,,-. 1 Bulldozing C arpet& Upholstery Servicesoffered SelfStorage
miles, Automatic, 080 334 440 3'li Cleaning
LIKE NEW! $8,500. Mercury '05 Grand 3 3 o
(334) 790-7959 marquis LS, white, MaN
h leather seats, wood OI A'- CARPETL
Cruiser Low Mileage, mi $6,500. Call 08 T.hoe LT, 29KM CLEANED NDM EMSADE KES METAL

$20 dn $18 r 334-79700 ext cn $ 0 'et Con edition, 'NO MIXES/ NO ROOFIN, I NC.
roD. ca n 0E1dssr 33 ie04Alerong7 11n3c4 , 6 o ,lou, r 4x4 Grder Panll No biss y m FNRO SXCE HR USImproeSen
714-0028 Mustang '68 good $'3..,5)0. 685-3226 Excavator place of business FROZEN PIE CRUSTS.
cond. teal green, Harley Davidson'08 2003 Nissan Pathfind- Dump Truckby VAREY OFAKES TIU9ITII'Sefi.nECIAL */1 t al/ R l,
Chrysle r newly rebuilt engine Ulta Classc Sceam er SE, 110,990 miles, AND PIES.
4 door, pwr. 9,000.334-333-4913 er- V dri, Buldozer Von Schrader 12X0.3,1 o Interior/Exterior
windows, tilt, cruise -_Ing Eagle Anniversa_- V6,4 wheel drive, 850-482-3799_100",,__,_____A11I._)_l____'h
control AM/FM/CD. Nissan '07 350Z y Ed. Very low miles black leather interi- LMX Dry Foam 32 Years in Business (850) 209-9395 L,, ir,
NICE CAR! $200 down Convertible. Black & $26900.334-685-0380 or, Bose 6 CD chang- D )emolition Extraction 1W WEMo Free Estimates
$250 mo. Call Steve Tan 6-speed. 25,500 Harley Davidson 1986 ern $10,900 call An- Daebris Removal Eaa iicni Feed E s n
Hatcher 334-791-8243 miles Iown thony (334) 797-1342I PahadlSystem. C id/Housekee Fll Licensed & Insured i
Hatcher 334-7791-8243 miles 1 ow ,(^ner. FLTC w/ side car. ,s Retention PondsA Cens Inur
$20,000- 334- 701-5380 exc. cond. $10,500. '99 Ford Expedition P R__eferenc!
Odm l04Aeo 334-794-2665 or Eddie Bauer 44 blue 'Gr1(iig No fussP
lowm riles, very 334-805-0810 & tan, good cond. Site Prep ]For General HPaintingo(Home Inprovement(Home Improvement
green, new tires Harley Davidson 1992 $4,850. OBO 334-479- Leveling No muss HouseN R
5300 334726 -1215 Sporste 1200 custom 3183* ToIp Soilt Fill Dirt N dor orHOffi e INTERIOR HOME REPAIRS
mid 50's K/KH exc. Chevy '01 Tahoe o or or Office PAINTING BY I
S i 155k ml, 3rd row IIIravel
Corvette'81 3I seat, f ully loaded, ', Ldand i ri Clenaringng Free Estimates HOME RK FREE ESTIMATES
Automatic 350 ", 1. $5,900. 646-620-9478 '-- I '.... Call Debra "Neat Edging, "Beauitificatio. NO JOBS TOO SMALL
(Silver) sell as is (Dntlh'n Since 1960 Panhandle Carpet Free Full Coverage, of Your Hone" rainh
334-774-1915C d Lhevy Blazer LS '03 Cleaning Estinmates A Beautiful Job Carpentry/P painting mKitchen
P -ontiac 1, Cd. exc cond.. [ntlho R Sh etR ock
Corvette 88' Stingray GXP, Automat c .I I., exc cond P.O Box 6198 References Every Time!" stalations
convertible 108K mi. $14399004-792-8058Maranna, FL 32447 Available CALL RAY General Repairs oom ons
exc. cond. orange, 1-800-768-9Z35 850-526-2336 (850) 482-2706 11illisie .1,1 ..h cr I orwl ascks
Corvette 94' 85K mi. ltrakg oj. Must See! X -C.... \. .. ... Over 30 Yrs. Exp.W uisiiialk-i In s lowers
blue, original car like" ii7. Q.173-: *-.,-,-: -Auto&.Cycle And Insured i
new cond. REDUCED HONDA '06 Shadow, Services Bulldozing F ooring sales 50-573-
$10,995. OBO 334 -E 2.8 nim's, NEW dealer H Installation i Home Improven
618-9322 or 334-596-.Improvement
1790 MUST SEEii0 r:.,,I iinsted only,
Toyota 04 Sienna ,)229-334-85 20 FORD 01 Expedilion C yo as MAPHis HAPPYHOME
Champagne color, or 229-296-8171 Edie Boonfuy M1PH1S1I'IAtPM EOMP
fully leoad,91k loaded, third row Land Clearing, Inc. FLOORING, Inc REPAR
mIlesyloade, rack 1ase,17mlsng,_mnREPAIR
ier sli eingagork, $8,0334-689-9135 HTALTHA, FL Insallation 25 Years Experience
e$11,200. Call ,E3T o850-762-9402 So .os Fo.: Floor To Root fI *
Ford 02 Taurus SE 334-798-5699 A/C SERVICE Cell 50325055 Carpet Wood Big Or Small Jobs
Loaded, LIKE NEW! Toyota 07 Prius, WE OFFER COMPLETE Tile Laminate WELCOME
ONLY 15,125 miles Black, 61k, Exl. Cond, ND MdW, Vinyl Same Day
$6,725. CALL: GPS, backup camera, Honda u,1MROADB w EEmergencyServic
(334) 790-7959 JBL sound, tint, great 3,000 miles $5 500. 2900 Borden St. w FREE QUOTES
gas mileage, trans- Call 850-210-4166 '01 LT 2 YEARS EXPEREVE Call
FORD -'03 Mustang ? feable warranty, Tahoe '01 LT Call Chris
GT 96000 miles, CD, ner eiwarraskinty, Mo oocoerET4C
leather, PL, PW $8500 wtesking Mojo ot rScooter EXTRA CLEAN! (850)573-7482
leather 36330 (334)494-648500 $1450. OBO '05, 200m Blue, $7,999.00
36330 (334)494-6480 Catl334-470-3292 $1650 850-258-1638 Call:h850-210-4166 6l'"'' ,,mrh'.. with the Classifieds


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