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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title: Sunday Floridan
Portion of title: Floridan
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna Fla
Publication Date: December 9, 2010
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
daily
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates: 30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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THURSDAY


Fire captain demoted for drag racing


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
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A Jackson County Fire Rescue
captain has been demoted after
admitting that he drag-raced his
Mustang with another firefighter
at or near the Marianna Airport
while he was on duty.


Jackson Count\ Fire Recue
Chief Tony \\Weley ,ad former
captain Dennis Robin>on and the
other firefighter. Angel Guziman.
admitted to the race when con-
fronted. Guzman also has a
Mustang. and the two raced once
to settle an ongoing friendly dis-
pute about which car was master.


WClrcV said. According to one
firefiLthier x ho watched the race.
GuZlman x won.
Guzman's xvritten statement
describes the race track used as
'a concrete area by the airport
awa\ from the road. traffic. or
any structures.
It happened around 8 a.m. on


Nov. 27. Wesley said. with sever-
al other firefighters watching.
The entire event occurred in the
course of about five minutes. he
said.
Because it happened just after
Guzman went off duty. Guzman
was not disciplined, except for a
"letter of counseling" being


placed in his record.
Two firefighters who watched
the race. Kxle Horton and Keith
Maddox. were to receive county
letters Warning them that the
activity was "unsanctioned by the
department."
See RACING, Page 5A >


Trying to ease parking

The City of '.
Marianna"" "'
is thinking
about .
purchasing .. .-,. -
property
between
Caledonia,
Jackson
and
McPherson
streets fo
solve a
parking
situation.

At least
two
businesses -- --
along
Caledonia .
Street,
including
the Bistro
Palms
restaurant,
would
benefit
from the ,
increase in ---
parking
space. -
Mark
Skinner/
Floridan


City Commission wants to


buy property for more space


BY MORGAN CARLSON
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The City of Marianna is look-
ing at buying a piece of proper-
ty south of downtown. to solve a -
parking issue for a business.
At Tuesday's commission
meeting, the Marianna City
Commission gave City Manager
Jim Dean approval to negotiate
with the property owner and then
bring a recommendation back to
the commission.
The property the city is look-
ing at is located between
Caledonia and McPherson
streets, between Jackson Street
and the railroad tracks. The par-


cel is seven-tenths of an acre
and is owned as part of a fami-
ly's estate. It's currently a
vacant lot.
One of the owners of the
property was at Tuesday's com-
mission meeting, and said the
family was willing to negotiate
with the city.
Dean said purchasing the
property could help solve park-
ing problems for at least two
businesses. The owner of Bistro
Palms restaurant brought the
parking problem to the commis-
sion's attention several weeks
ago. The owner said the city's
sidewalk renovation project.
took away customer parking for


her restaurant.
The city has explored several
options, including adding more
street parking. The additional
street parking options presented
in November's commission
meeting only added about five
spaces. The commission decid-
ed it wouldn't be cost effective
to spend money to add a small
number of parking spaces.
The restaurant owner said her
customers use the vacant lot
south of Jackson Street for park-
ing. In November, the commis-
sion decided to look into pur-
chasing the property.
Dean also said the purchase
of the property could help the


property, because it's blighted.
The value and potential cost
of the property wasn't discussed
at the meeting. The city manag-
er is expected to bring an
amount to the commission after
negotiations with the property
owner.
Also at the meeting, the com-
mission agreed to match up to
$150,000 to install new high-
speed water pumps in the city's
Sunland Water System that will
serve the new Jackson County
Health Department.
More than a year ago, the
health department agreed to
assist with the. upgrade of the.
high-speed pump station, locat-
ed west of the new health
department building. The cost
of the pumps is $115,000 more
than what was projected, Dean
said at the meeting.

See PARKING, Page 5A 0>


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County
STAFF REPORT
Jackson County law enforcement is
warning residents about the latest mail
scam, sent to one resident recently.
The resident received a letter, addressed
to him, saying he was one of 20 winners
in the "MEGA LOTTERY conducted in
UK." A check for a portion of the
$250,000 prize money was enclosed,
according to a press release from the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office.
The letter said the resident was random-
ly selected through a "computer ballot
system drawn from over 50,000 names in
UNITES STATES, CANADA, MEXICO
AND UNITED KINGDOM."
The letter also stated there has been sev-
eral unsuccessful attempts to contact the
resident about winning. Thc resident was
instructed to keep the winning confiden-
tial.
"We urge you to keep this winning
CONFIDENTIAL until your claim has
been processed and your cash remitted to
you as this is part of our security protocol
and to avoid double claiming or unscrupu-
lous acts by non participants taking
advantage of this program," the letter stat-
ed.
The letter instructed the resident to not
use the enclosed $3,980 check until he
called a phone number in the letter. The
letter stated the purpose of the check was
to pay for "applicable government taxes
on your big winnings." The money in the
check was reportedly deducted from the
prize money.
The sheriff's office urged citizens to not
respond to letters like this one, because it
is a scam. Under no circumstances are
they to deposit the check.
"The check is not of value and you will
be responsible to your bank for any
money drawn from the proceeds of this
check," the release from the sheriff's
office stated.


Demolition nears completion


Old school to become

new district office


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
Fi ORIDAx STAFF WRITER
Laborers hired with feder-
al stimulus money have
essentially demolished the
interior walls of Marianna
High School over the past
several months. The treas-
ured exterior walls were left
in place, but the interior has
been made ready for renova-
tion when and if the school
system has funds to do that
work.
Jackson County School
Facilities Director Stuart
Wiggins said school offi-
cials hope to one day turn
the old school into the dis-
trict office, and to renovate
the old auditorium into a
place for public events.
"It would be almost like a


small civic center," Wiggins
said. "It can seat 400, and
we've asked an architect to
think about the space and
how we could best put it to
use for public events."
The demolition work on
the old school is not yet
complete, but is well under
way.
Wiggins said six mainte-
nance men were initially
hired last summer to start
clearing out the building.
That was reduced to four as
most of the work was fin-
ished, then to three as it
neared completion.
The school system is only
responsible for paying 3 per-
cent of the laborers' salaries.
which are between S9 and
$10 an hour. with no bene-
fits, Wiggins said. All the


workers have a history of
employment in the construc-
tion or demolition field, he
said. The men are working
40 hours a week.
Using the stimulus money
to get this phase of the work
done will save the district
thousands of dollars down
the road. Wiggins said.
"We don't have a funding
source to get the building
where we eventually want
it." Wiggins said. "But we'll
be constantly looking for
sources. The fact that we'll
have it this far along means
we won't have to pay a con-
tractor at 100 percent of pro-
fessional-level compensa-
tion to do the basic demoli-
tion. and there won't be any
surprises behind the walls
that might mean. hidden
costs.
"These guys are ripping
out carpets and walls and
making it possible for con-
struction teams to come in


and see immediately what
they're dealing with.
There's no question that this
was the right thing to do.
Before we settled on this
plan, we'd looked at doing
it through the private sector
and got estimates of some-
thing in the neighborhood
of $250,000 for the work.
We're coming in much,
much. lower than that."
Wiggins said parents
shouldn't worry that their
children are getting short-
changed in the classroom
because of the demolition
expense.
"The money we're using
to pay our 3 percent of their
wages is coming from fund-
ing that couldn't be used on
the kids, anyway. It's com-
ing out of capital money
dedicated to facilities." he
explained.


See SCHOOL, Page 5A


Matt Walker works on fixing one of the doorways at the
old Marianna High School as part of efforts to maintain
the building. Mark Skinner/Floridan


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Marianna, FL 32446
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Thursday, Dec. 9
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center's mobile unit will be taking blood
donations at FCI, Marianna, .8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Call 526-4403.
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
Building and Grounds Committee meets at
noon in the hospital classroom.
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.
Jackson Hospital presents Taste of the
Seasons is at 5 p.m. at the Agricultural
Center on Penn Aven-ue, Marianna, featuring
a diabetic-friendly (60 gm carbohydrate),
holiday-style meal prepared by hospital staff,
and guest speakers from Integras Wellness
Center and Medtronic. No charge, but
advance registration required. Call 718-
2884.
The Mu Omicron Chapter, Zeta Phi Beta
Sorority Inc. presents a Tobacco Education
Symposium, 5 p.m. at the McLane
Community Center, 4291 Clay St., Marianna.
Guest speaker: Brigitta Nuccio. Adults, chil-
dren.welcome. No charge. All SWAT advisors
and youth are invited. Refreshments will be
served. Call 526-2412, ext. 285, or 526-
2412, ext. 157.
The Town of Grand Ridge convenes its
regular monthly council meeting at 5 p.m. in
the Grand Ridge Town Hall. The public is
welcome. Call 592-4621.
Covenant Hospice presents Tree of
Lights A Celebration of Life, 6 p.m. at the
Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road, Marianna, to remember the lives of
loved ones and to celebrate the holidays.
Free with refreshments, entertainment. Call
482-8520.
"A Jazzmatazz Christmas" by the Chipola
College Show Choir will be presented at 7
p.m. Dec. 9-11; and at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec.
12. Tickets ($10, adults; $5, 18 and under)
available in the Fine Arts Building.
Remaining tickets on sale at the box office,
30 minutes prior to show time. Call 718-
2277. or e-mail pricea@chipola.edu.
Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion), 8 to 9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St'.,
Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limit-
ed to persons with a desire to stop drinking.
Friday, Dec. 10
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is having a Christmas sale. The
warehouse is open every Wednesday. It will
also be open the week of Dec. 6-10. Hours:
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 482-2187.
Commencement exercises at The Baptist


College of Florida in Graceville begin at 10
a.m. Call 263-3261, ext. 460.
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center's-mobile unit will be taking blood
donations at Sunland Center, Marianna, 10
a.m. to 3 p.m.; or donate 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday-Friday at SCBC's Marianna location:
2503 Commercial Park Drive. Call 526-4403.
The Marianna One Stop Center offers two
free workshops, "Employ Florida" (10 to 11
a.m.) and "The Steps To A Great Career For
You" (3:15 to 4:15 p.m.) at 4636 Hwy. 90
*East, Rim Plaza, Suite E, Marianna. Call 718-
0326.
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting cer-
emony at 11 a.m. for Jema Boutique Inc.,
4944-B Malloy Plaza East in Marianna.
Owner Vivian Bradford invites the public to
stop by for the grand re-opening and a light
lunch. Call 526-5362 or 482-8060.
The 12th Annual Town of Greenwood
Christmas Open House is 1 to 5:30 p.m. in
the Greenwood Town Hall, 4207 Bryan St.,
Greenwood. Holiday snacks will be served.
Better Breathers helping meet the
challenges of'chronic lung disease meets
2 to 3 p.m. in the Hudnall Building
Community Room, 4230 Hospital Drive,
Marianna. Registered Respiratory Therapist
Linda Isley with Healthcare Solutions will
present "Don't Be Late for Important Dates
Keeping Your Health Up to Date." Friends,
caregivers welcome. No cost. Light refresh-
ments served. Call 718-2849.
The Grand Ridge Christmas Paradeand
Festival begins at 4 p.m. with the parade,
which runs from Town Hall to John Thomas
Porter Park on Florida Street, where the
Christmas Festival will be. Festival highlights
include a hot dog and chili dinner, games
and prizes for children and a visit from Santa
Claus. To participate in the parade, call 592-
4621.
The NAACP's Jackson County branch
presents its 32nd annual Freedom Fund
Banquet, 6:30 p.m. in the Jackson County
Agriculture Office Complex on Pennsylvania
Avenue in Marianna. Single tickets are $30 in
advance ($35 at the door). Tables (eight
seats) are $240. Call 569-1294 or 557-0374.
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 or 573-1131.
"A Jazzmatazz Christmas" by the Chipola
College Show Choir will.be presented at 7
p.m. Dec. 9-11; and at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec.
12. Tickets ($10, adults; $5, 18 and under)


available in the Fine Arts Building.
Remaining tickets on sale at the box office,
30 minutes prior to show time. Call 718-
2277 or e-mail pricea@chipola.edu.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8 to 9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
Saturday, Dec. 11
The Renaissance Park Living Heritage
Festival, celebrating turn-of-the-20th-centu-
ry rural life, is 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. No admission
fee.
AmVets Post 231 north of Fountain (east
side of US Hwy. 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 City of Cottondale Christmas Parade
begins at 4 p.m. The lighting of the
Christmas tree and the Christmas festival
will follow. Call 352-4361.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
"A Jazzmatazz Christmas" by the Chipola
College Show Choir will be presented at 7
p.m. Dec. 9-11; and at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec.
12. Tickets ($10, adults; $5, 18 and under)
available in the Fine Arts Building.
Remaining tickets on sale at the box office,
30 minutes prior to show time. Call 718-
.2277 or e-mail pricea@chipola.edu.
Sunday, Dec. 12
"A Jazzmatazz Christmas" by the Chipola
College Show Choir will be presented at 2
p.m. Tickets ($10, adults; $5, 18 and under)
available in the Fine Arts Building.
Remaining tickets on sale at the box office,
30 minutes prior to show time. Call 718-
2277 or e-mail pricea@chipola.edu.
Monday, Dec. 13
The Marianna One Stop Center offers a
free workshop, "Successful Resume Skills,"
3:15 to 4:15 p.m. at 4636 Hwy. 90 East, Rim
Plaza, Suite E, Marianna. Call 718-0326.
The Jackson County Health Department
Closing the Gap Cardiovascular Disease
Program presents a free yoga class, 5:30
p.m. at Integras Therapy & Wellness Center,
4230 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call 482-6221.
The Cottondale City Commission con-
venes its regular monthly meeting at 6 p.m.
in the Commission room.
The Annual Riverside Elementary School
Christmas Program is 6 p.m. in the Marianna
High School Auditorium. Call 482-9611.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8 to 9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.


POLICE ROUNDUP


Getting It

Right!

In Wednesday's edition of
the Floridan, the table with
the school grades for
Jackson County schools is
incorrect. During the layout
of the front page, the years
were switched. The lefthand
list of grades is for 2010;
the righthand list is for
2009.
Also, on lB. we identi-
fied the wrong Sneads play-
er in the story about the
Sneads-Maclay game. The
player in the photo is
Audrey Stephens.
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MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Dec.
7, the latest available
report: One suspicious
incident, one highway
obstruction, one mental ill-
hess, one burglary. one ver-
bal disturbance, one bur-
glar alarm, 13 traffic stops.
two follow up investiga-
tions, two assists of other
agencies, six public service
calls, one patrol request
and one threat/harassment
complaint.

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


..-. _._ Fire/Rescue
--"-'- --- reported the
g- following
,CRIME incidents for
'- Dec. 7. the
latest avail-
able report (Some of these
calls may be related to
after-hours calls taken on
behalf of Graceville and
Cottondale Police
Departments): One acci-
dent with unknown injury.
one missing juvenile, one
stolen tag. two abandoned
vehicles, four suspicious
vehicles, one suspicious
incident, one suspicious
person, two physical dis-
turbances. one prowler.
one woodland fire. one
drug offense, one gas leak.


28 medical calls, one traf-
fic crash, three burglar
alarms, two traffic stops,
one criminal mischief
complaints, three papers
served, one civil dispute,
one suicide or attempt, one
fight in progress. one horse
complaint, one fraud, one
assist of a motorist or
pedestrian, two assists of
other agencies, three trans-
ports and one
threat/harassment com-
plaint.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest


reporting period:
Gregory Jackson, 35,
3098 Bayberry Road,
Cottondale, hold for court.
Jeff Bell, 18, 4052
Carefree Road. Bascom.
principal to armed home
invasion.
Billy McKinnon. 42,
2777 Panhandle Road.
Marianna. violation of
county probation (battery).
Jason Picarelli. 34,
3137 Fouth St.. Marianna,
violation of county proba-
tion (driving while license
suspended or revoked).
Steven Thomas. 38,
6086 Bolivia Lane.
Marianna, sentenced to 60
days.
John Ammons. 53.


11921 Clayhill Road,
Altha, possession of a con-
trolled substance, posses-
sion of less than 20 grams
of marijuana, possession of
drug paraphernalia, posses-
sion of methamphetamine.
-- Willie Thomas, 49, 325
Macon Road, Tallahassee,
reckless driving with prop-
erty damage and personal
injury.

JAIL POPULATION:
193

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


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for Best Musical Show
Album.
Based on the Tony
Award winning direction
of Mike Nichols and the
choreography of Casey
Nicholaw, "Monty
Python's Spamalot" fea-
tures a book by Eric Idle,
based on the screenplay of


"Monty Python and the
Holy Grail" by Monty
Python creators Graham
Chapman. John Cleese.
Terry Gilliam. Eric Idle.
Terry Jones and Michael
Palin. with music and
lyrics by the Grammy
Award-winning team of
Idle and John Du Prez.
Telling the legendary
tale of King Arthur and
the Knights of the Round
Table. and their quest for
the Holy Grail, the show
features a chorus line of
dancing divas and knights.
flatulent Frenchmen.
killer rabbits and one leg-


less knight.
-"Monty Pvthon's
Spamalot" will be pre-
sented 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Dec. 22. at
the Marina Civic Center.
8 Harrison Ave.. down-
town Panama City, by the
Arthritis & Infusion
Center, as part of Bay
Arts Alliance's "Mamma
of All Series."
Tickets are available at
the box office. by phone
at 850-763-4696. or
online at www.mari
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Discovering Missed
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to noon. The seminar will
explore which tax deduction
areas are being missed due
to lack of communication
with the tax preparer.


Existing business owners
may determine if a change
of entity can decrease their
taxes.
CPA Johnny Branch, a
Certified Business Analyst,
will lead the seminar.
Steps to Starting a Small
Business will meet 1-4 p.m.
Topics include discussion on
organizational requirements
and licensing for a small
business in Florida, personal


financial assessments, credit
checks, defining customers,
location considerations and
employee requirements.
Valerie Simmons, a
Certified Business Analyst
with the Small Business
Development Center, will
lead the seminar.
Both workshops will meet
in the Chipola Business and
Technology building, room
M-108. Cost of each semi-


nar is $20. Register online at
http://bit.ly/sbdc 1210.
The Florida Small
Business Development
Center is based in Lynn
Haven and utilizes experi-
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present hands-on instruction
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Edwards had prepared family, home for death


BY MIKE BAKER
A--:' :> Pw:,-

RALEIGH. N.C. For years.
Elizabeth Edwards prepared her
family for the day she would be
gone. talking bluntly about the
cancer consuming her body and
writing a letter to leave for her
children with life advice on top-
ics such as how to pick a church
- or even a spouse.
The preparation continued in
her final days. when she made
sure Christmas decorations were
up in their Chapel Hill home and
became the source of comfort to
those closest to her.
"That was sort of who she was.
She was always. always the
shoulder to lean on," said family
friend John Moylan. "And, even
at the end, she remained a very
strong person. I think they all
took their strength from her."
Edwards. 61, died Tuesday
from cancer six years after she
was diagnosed the day after the
2004 election when her husband
John was a vice presidential can-
didate.
Since her cancer returned in an
incurable form in 2007, Edwards


In this Sept. 10 file photo, Elizabeth Edwards arrives at the "Stand
Up To Cancer" television event at Sony Studios in Culver City, Calif.
A family friend on Tuesday, Dec. 7 said Edwards has died after a
battle with cancer. She was 61. AP Photo/Matt Sayles


had talked openly about the
expectation that the disease
would take her life before long.
She had hoped to live several
more years, enough time to see
her youngest child, 10-year-old
Jack, graduate from high school
and possibly see the oldest, 28-
year-old Cate, have, a child of her
own.
But Edwards also said over the


years that she was talking direct-
ly with the kids about death.
Meanwhile, she had been pen-
ning a letter that her children
could use as guidance for their
lives ahead. It was an idea she
came up with two decades ago
after watching the movie "Terms
of Endearment," in which the
mother knew she was dying and
wrote to her children.


David -"Mudcat" Saunders. a
political adviser and Edwards
family friend, said the two
youngest children appeared to be
coping well with the loss. He said
the home. while consumed with
sadness, also has a feeling of cel-
ebration as family and friends
remembered stories of Elizabeth
Edwards' life. In part, he said.
that was because of her never-
look-back attitude.
"I think that spirit of Elizabeth
is so branded in Emma Claire.
Jack and Cate. that the kids will
be fine." Saunders said.
In her final days of rapidly
declining health. Saunders
relayed a story about how Jack
had jumped onto the bed with his
mother to say that he loved her.
She smiled at him and said, "I
love you too, sweetie," Saunders
said.
John Edwards was at her side
around the clock. He was deeply
upset by his wife's death,
Saunders said, but is also focused
on attending to the children. He
recalled asking Edwards what he
planned to do now, to which the
former North Carolina senator
vowed simply: "I'm going to be


the greatest father there ever was."
Added Moylan: "His full focus
is on those children."
Three decades after the law
school sweethearts married.
Elizabeth Edwards separated
from her husband about a year
ago following his affair and after
learning that he fathered a child
with his mistress during his sec-
ond campaign for the White
House. He still faces a federal
investigation into campaign
finances.
A family friend said
Wednesday that Elizabeth
Edwards will be honored
Saturday at Edenton Street
United Methodist Church in
Raleigh. The friend spoke to The
Associated Press on condition of
anonymity because details of the
plans have yet to be announced
by the family.
The public is allowed to attend
the event, set to begin at 1 p.m.
The family is still working on
burial plans.
Mourners were asked to make
donations to the Wade Edwards
Foundation, which was created in
honor of Edwards' son who died
in a car crash at age 16.


BP official: Effort to shut Gulf well was 'late'


BY HARRY R. WEBER
ASSOCIA ED PRlSS

HOUSTON Workers
on the doomed Gulf of
Mexico oil rig were distract-
ed by multiple activities
going on simultaneously and
didn't try to shut the well
until 49 minutes after poten-
tially explosive gas particles
began flowing in, a BP vice
president told a federal inves-
tigative panel Wednesday.
Steve Robinson, who led
the team that questioned the
wellsite leaders as part of BP
PLC's internal probe, said at
hearings in Houston that the
actions were late. He said
that by the time the crew
reacted, the hydrocarbons
were already in the riser. He
said they couldn't be con-
tained, only diverted.
An explosion occurred
just minutes later, killing 11


workers and leading to more
than 200 million gallons of
oil spewing from BP's well
a mile beneath the sea,
according to government
estimates. The joint U.S.
Coast Guard-Bureau of Ocean
Energy Management,
Regulation and Enforcement
panel is nearing the final
stretch in its quest to assign
blame for the April 20 disaster.
This is the panel's sixth
series of hearings, and at
least one more is expected
Before the panel issues its
report, which is due by
March 27. The panel is still
awaiting the results of foren-
sic testing on a key piece of
evidence the blowout
preventer that failed to stop
the spill. Investigators are
analyzing it at a NASA
facility in New Orleans.
BP has previously
acknowledged that its engi-


neers and employees of
Transocean misinterpreted
a pressure test of the well's
integrity before the explo-
sion. It also previously
blamed employees on the
rig from both companies for
failing to respond to other
warning signs that the well
was in danger of blowing
out. Investigators appear
now to be trying to draw a
link between the distrac-
tions on the rig, the time it
took to respond and the -
consequences.
The co-chairman of a
separate presidential com-
mission on the Gulf oil spill
said Wednesday during a
speech to oil industry
lawyers in New Orleans that
there is widespread belief
that "breathtakingly inept"
mistakes by BP, Halliburton
and Transocean led to the
disaster.


Steve Robinson, BP vice president of wells in Alaska,
testifies before the U.S. Coast Guard-Bureau of Ocean
Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement
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Man who spoke of jihad arrested in terrorist plot


BY BEN NUCKOLS
ASSOCIATED PRESS

BALTIMORE A 21-.
year-old construction work-
er who had recently con-
verted to Islam and told an
FBI informant he thought
about nothing but jihad was
arrested Wednesday when
he tried to detonate what he
thought was a bomb at a
military recruitment center,
authorities said.
Antonio Martinez, a natu-
ralized U.S. citizen also
known as Muhammad
Hussain, faces charges of
attempted murder of federal
officers and attempted use
of a 'weapon of mass.
destruction, according to
court documents filed
Wednesday.
The bomb he is accused
of trying to detonate was
fake and had been provided
by an undercover FBI agent.
It was the second time in
less than two weeks that a
young man was arrested
trying to detonate what he
thought was a bomb during


a sting operation.
"There was never any
actual danger to the public
during this operation this
morning," U.S. Attorney
Rod J. Rosenstein said
Wednesday after a hearing
in U.S. District Court in
Baltimore. "That's because
the FBI was controlling the
situation."
Martinez appeared in
court Wednesday afternoon
and was ordered held until a
hearing Monday.
According to court docu-
ments, he has been on the
FBI's radar screen since
October, when he told a con-
fidential FBI source he want-
ed to attack and kill military
personnel. Investigators
believed Martinez posed a
genuine threat and that he
came up with the plan by
himself.
"The investigation was
undertaken only because
experts had made the deter-
mination that there was a
real risk," Rosenstein said.
The case is similar to one
in Portland, Ore., where


authorities said they arrest-
ed a Somali-born teenager
the day after Thanksgiving
when he used a cell phone
to try to detonate what he
thought were explosives in
a van. He intended to bomb
a crowded downtowri
Christmas tree-lighting cer-
emony, but the people he
had been communicating
with about the plot were in
fact FBI agents.
After Martinez found out
about that case, he called
the FBI informant he had
been plotting with and
expressed reservations
about their plan, according
to court documents.
"I'm not falling for no
b.s.," court documents
quote him as saying.
But he ultimately decided
to continue with the plot.
On Wednesday he drove an
SUV with the dummy
bomb to the recruiting cen-
ter and parked outside the
building, authorities said.
When he attempted to deto-
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Man charged with attempted murder pleads to misdemeanor


BY MATT ELOFSON
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DOTHAN. Ala. A Jackson
County man facing charges for
the attempted murder of a
Houston County. Ala. sheriff's
deputy has pleaded guilty to the
reduced charge of misdemeanor
reckless endangerment.
Court records indicate Randall
Mark Granger. 49. of Marianna.
pleaded guilty Tuesday to a
felony first-degree marijuana
charge. along with two misde-
meanor charges of reckless
endangerment and attempting to
elude police.


Randall
Granger


Houston County
,heriffs deputies
arrested Granger
in September
2009. and charged
him with the
attempted murder
of Detective
Phillip Small.
Court records
indicate Circuit


Court Judge Michael ConaswaN
sentenced Granger to se en sears
in prison for the felony marijuana
charge. Records indicate
Conaway will rule on an applica-
tion for probation, submitted by
Granger. in February 2011.


Records al.o show Conaswa sen-
tenced Granger to a year in the
Houston County Jail. along with
-ix months in jail for the reckless
endangerment and attempting to
elude police charges. Records
indicate both of those sentences
were suspended.
The arrest stemmed from an
incident that started after Small
saw Granger smoking marijuana
inside his pickup truck at a car
wash on East Main Street in
Dothan. Houston County Sheriff
Andy Hughes released informa-
tion at the time of Granger's
arrest that said Granger led
deputies on a two to three-mile


high-speed chase through
Dothan. after he fled the car wash
when Small attempted to ques-
tion him.
Hughes said the pursuit started
around the 400 block of East
Main Street. about 100 feet from
the Super Suds car wash. He said
Small was nearly struck by the
2000 Nissan .Frontier pickup
truck driven by Granger as
Granger refused to comply with
officers' commands to show them
his hands. Hughes said deputies
saw Granger looking for some-
thing under the seat of his truck.
As Granger accelerated away
on East Main Street toward


downtown. Hughes said Granger
tried to run over Small. Hughes
said Small fired one shot toward
Granger. but it did not hit any-
thing.
Hughes said a small amount of
marijuana was found inside
Granger's truck. Deputies report-
edly saw marijuana inside
Granger's mouth. After he was-
taken to a hospital. his stomach
was pumped and more marijuana
was found.
Deputies also found a substan-
tial amount of women's clothing
in his truck, including underwear
and wigs, along with multiple
knives.


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The demolition team will
likely work through June.
"There's still plenty of work
to do, and we've secured
their services through June
30 of next year," he said.
The workers have uncov-
ered some unique and his-
toric architectural features
that were covered over in a
1979 renovation of the
school, he said.
"Some of the old arches
have been exposed, and


we'll keep those," Wiggins
said. "They also found some
20-foot windows that had
been covered up with stucco
when the ceiling had been
lowered. We've gone back to
the original ceiling, and the
windows are still in there.
These will probably stay
opened up in any future ren-
ovation. It's beautiful, and
it's a feature we want to
use."
Wiggins said the demoli-
tion team also found a minor
amount of asbestos around
boiler pipes. A trained team
got rid of that, at a cost of
about $5,000.


The old school was con-
structed in 1929 for a grand
total of S 150.000.
-My dad showed me an
old Satsuma Festival flier
that called attention to the
new Marianna High School,
inviting people to come see
it. and the price was right
there." Wiggins said. "That
was fun to see."
If the demolition team fin-
ishes its work at the school
in time, Wiggins said the
team will -move over to
Graceville High School to
work on an old sports dress-
ing room and storage area
that needs attention.


Unemployment tax issue appears
BY BILL KACZOR
AsILcIAiiPRss "We're saying pay it and get that


TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -
Florida lawmakers began
struggling .with another
huge, automatic unemploy-
ment compensation tax hike
Wednesday nine months
after reducing most of an
even bigger one.
Business leaders are
seeking another rollback,
but Senate Commerce and
Tourism Committee
Chairwoman Nancy Detert
noted lawmakers already
"delayed the inevitable"
once.
"It's probably bite-the-
bullet time," said the Venice
Republican. "We're willing
to make changes, I would
presume lots of creative
ideas, but we're also going
to call for some political
courage this year."
About 460,000 Florida
employers pay the annual
tax that's based on each's
employment history over
the past three years.
Businesses with no layoffs
- nearly half of the total
- pay the minimum rate
for every employee making
at least $7,000 while those
with the worst records pay
the maximum that's capped
by law at $378. The rest pay
rates somewhere between
those two extremes.
A year ago, the minimum
tax rate for 2010 was set to
increase nearly 1,100 per-
cent from $8.40 to $100.30
per qualifying employee
due to Florida's high unem-
ployment rate. It topped out
at 12.3 percent in March but
has shown only slight
improvement since then.
The October rate was 11.9
percent.
Lawmakers cut the this
year's minimum rate to
$25.20 in a bill passed and
signed into law by Gov.
Charlie Crist on the first


interest off of us, that special
assessment. That's a killer."

-Randy Miller
Florida Retail Federation executive VP


day of the annual legislative
session in March.
The rollback, though,
meant the state had to
increase its borrowing from
the federal government.
Florida now has borrowed
$1.8 billion since its unem-
ployment compensation
trust fund hit zero last year.
The minimum rate is set
to increase again to $72.10
next year. Employers also
will face a special assess-
ment of $9.51 per employee
to cover a $61 million inter-
est payment on the federal
loan.
Florida Retail Federation
executive vice president
Randy Miller, a former
state Revenue .Department
director, said a tax increase
had been expected but not
of that magnitude. He said
the forecast was for a $44
minimum rate.
"We've got to do some-
thing," Miller told the
Senate panel on behalf of a
coalition of business
groups.
Miller offered several
suggestions but said the
coalition isn't wedded to
any of them yet.
One is to avoid the special
assessment by having the
state tap general tax dollars
to make the interest pay-
ment. The state treasury
eventually would be repaid
with unemployment tax dol-
lars when tirnms get better.
"We're not asking for you
to give us that money,"
Miller said. "We're saying
pay it and get that interest
off of us, that special


assessment. That's a killer."
He also noted Texas has
saved interest costs by sell-
ing bonds at a lower rate
than the 4.5 percent the fed-
eral government is charg-
ing.
Another idea is to raise
the cap so the employers
most responsible for layoffs
pay a bigger share. Their
costs now are being subsi-
dized by businesses with
few or no layoffs.
Detert, though, noted that
would increase the tax for
employers hardest hit by
the recession such as the
construction industry.
"We could tip them over
the edge, off the cliff,"
Detert said.
Revenue Department
Director Lisa Vickers
agreed, saying the state can-
not tax employers no longer
in business.
Miller said another to
require jobless workers to
get retrained or undergo a
skills assessment before
they can collect benefits.
"Let's get them having to
do something to get that
money," Miller said.
Detert asked staffers to
gather information on what
other states are doing, par-
ticularly those nearby that
compete with Florida for
new businesses.
Sen. Tony Hill, mean-
while, said he's gotten a
commitment from Crist to
sign an executive order for
Florida's participation in an
extension of unemployment
benefits if approved by.
Congress.


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Each letter is referred to
as "counseling statement,"
and its purpose "is to warn
you not to participate in
any event which would
cause embarrassment to
the county while on duty
or off." It also encourages
the employees "to exercise
good judgement in the
future," and warns that "if
any future behaviors con-
tinue in this respect, it
could lead to disciplinary
actions which may include
termination."
Horton was off duty at
the time of the race,


according to his statement
to the county. There was
no statement in the file
from Maddox as of
Wednesday. but county
officials confirm he was on
duty at the time of the race.
Maddox was off duty
Tuesday and Wednesday
of this week, and was
expected to make a written
statement and receive his
letter when he returns to
duty today.
Wesley said he has
heard that a videotape of
the race was made, but
didn't inquire for the
record about that, or ask
for a copy of the videotape
if it does exist.
"It wasn't my concern


whether or not there was a
video." Wesley said, "And
I didn't ask. My concern
was that it happened. I
looked into it after I heard
abort it in house, and the
people involved have
received letters notifying
them that this kind of con-
duct was not appropriate.
Mr. Robinson has been
disciplined by way of a
demotion."
Robinson waived his right
to a hearing on the matter,
and voluntarily accepted the
demotion, according to
county records. It took effect
Tuesday.
Wesley said the matter is
closed as far as his depart-
ment is concerned.


Spacecraft splashes into

Pacific Ocean on demo flight


BY MARCIA DUNN
AP AEROSPACE WRITER

CAPE CANAVERAL,
Fla. -'A private company
launched a spacecraft into
orbit and then, in a historic
first, guided it back to
Earth on Wednesday in a
bold test for NASA that
could lead to the first com-
mercial space station sup-
ply run next year and even-
tual astronaut rides.
The capsule named
Dragon, built by Space
Exploration Technologies
Corp., or SpaceX, splashed
down into the Pacific Ocean
three hours after launching
from Cape Canaveral.
NASA immediately offered
congratulations.
"Splashdown on target.
Mission is a success!" the
company announced via
Twitter.
Until now, only govern-
ments had accomplished
re-entries from orbit.
The Dragon rode into
orbit aboard a SpaceX
Falcon 9 rocket. It circled
the world twice, then para-
chuted into the Pacific. It
was aiming for a spot
roughly 500 miles off the
Mexican coast. Recovery
crews were quickly on the
scene, putting floats on the
spacecraft.
SpaceX's chief executive
officer, Elon Musk, raised
his arms in victory when
the three main parachutes
deployed, a company
spokeswoman said. He
oversaw everything from
Mission Control at the
company's headquarters in
Hawthorne, Calif.
The spacecraft carried
thousands of patches for


SpaceX's Falcon
9 rocket blasts
off Wednesday,
Dec. 8 from
Cap' Canaveral,
Fla., carrying a
Dragon capsule,
which is
designed to
deliver up to
13,000 pounds
of cargo to the
International
Space Station.
-AP
Photo/Orlando
Sentinel, Red
Huber


company employees; no
official payload was
required for this test. An
Army nanosatellite hitched
a ride, though, in a technol-
ogy demonstration.
NASA is hiring compa-
nies like SpaceX to haul
supplies to the
International Space Station
following next year's
retirement of the space
shuttle. Taxi trips for astro-
nauts may follow.
Space station command-
er Scott Kelly kept abreast
of the day's developments
via NASA's Mission
Control, which beamed up
live launch coverage for
him and his two Russian
crewmates.
Excited about the suc-
cess, Kelly asked to be
tuned in to the post-flight
news conference. He told a
reporter earlier in the day
he would gladly fly into
space on a commercial
rocket, "if that's the path
we're proceeding on."


The flight had
been scheduled for
Tuesday, but was delayed
to repair cracks in the
upper-stage rocket nozzle.
This was the first flight
under NASA's
Commercial Orbital
Transportation Services
program, as well as the
first flight of an operational
Dragon spacecraft.
SpaceX's first flight of a
Falcon 9 rocket, in June,
carried a capsule mock-up
that deliberately burned up
on re-entry.
Last month, the Federal
Aviation Administration
issued its first re-entry
license to SpaceX, paving
the way for Wednesday's
flight.
"Getting this far, this
fast, has been a remarkable
achievement," said NASA's
acting director of commer-
cial spaceflight develop-
ment, Phil McAlister. He
stressed that this is a test
flight and that spaceflight
is "very, very difficult."


Sorrells Funeral Home
1315 West Lawrence
Harris Highway
Slocomb, AL 36375
334-886-7777

Harold
Vickers

Mr. Harold Vickers, 65, of
Bonifay passed away Tues-
day, Dec. 7, 2010, at Flow-
ers Hospital in Dothan, Ala.
The funeral service will
be 2 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10, at
the Carmel Assembly of
God Church, the Revs.
Tommy Moore and Robby
Knight officiating. Burial
will follow in the family
cemetery near the family
residence, Sorrells Funeral
Home of Slocomb direct-
ing.
The family will receive
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Thurs-
day, Dec. 9, at the Carmel
Assembly of God Church.
Harold was born Sept.
10, 1945, in Geneva Coun-
ty, Ala., to the late Dewey
and Violet Skipper Vickers.
T He attended the Carmel
Assembly of God Church.
Harold was a'1964 graduate
of Slocomb High School.
He was the owner of
Vickers Plumbing and Elec-
tric in Ozark, Ala., for a


number of years, before
moving to Cypress Springs
in 1983, where, until his re-
tirement in 2002, he was
the owner and operator
Cypress Springs Recrea-
tional Area, which included
scuba diving, canoeing,
and camping.
His parents, as well as his
brothers, Gerald Vickers
and the Rev. D. L. Vickers,
preceded him in death.
Survivors include his
wife, Linda Vickers of
Bonifay; children Anna
McAlpin (Rickie) of Ma-
rianna, James Vickers of
Bainbridge, Ga., and
Heather Lee of Bonifay;
three grandchildren who
lovingly called him "Big
Daddy," Christy McAlpin,
Gwyneth Davis and
Abbagayle Lee; three sis-
ters, Joyce Hannigriff of
Bonifay, and Jan Barbour
and Mary German, both of
Ozark; and several nieces
and nephews.
Pallbearers will be John
McQueen, Randy Spear,
Rob Caylor, Larry Harper,
Bucky Perkins and Jim
Phillips.
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Doors' Morrison gets votes needed for Fla. pardon of indecent exposure


BY BRENDAN FARRINGTON
ASSOCIATED PRESS

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.
- The Doors' Jim
Morrison will get a
posthumous pardon
Thursday for an indecent
exposure conviction in
Florida that resulted when
the late singer pulled
what a bandmate called "a
mind trip on the audience,
and they totally fell for
it."
Gov. Charlie Crist on
Wednesday got a commit-
ment for the second of



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Continued From Page 1A
A bid has been obtained
for slightly less than
S-300.000. The health
department is willing to
honor its commitment
based on the original esti-
mate. which is approxi-
mately S150.000. Dean
said.
The commission agreed
to spend up to S150.000
from Marianna's utility
reserve fund for the
pumps. under the condi-
tion that the health depart-
ment provides S150,000.


two votes needed from
other members of the
state's Board of Executive
Clemency to approve the
pardon.
Morrison was appeal-
ing the conviction when
he was found dead in a
Paris bathtub in 1971. The
meeting Thursday comes
a day after the singer
would have turned 67.
Crist can't issue a par-
don on his own. He and
the three-member Cabinet
serve as the Clemency
Board. Approval is
required by the governor


and at least two other
members.
Chief Financial Officer
Alex Sink, who was pre-
viously undecided, said
Wednesday that she
would vote for the par-
don, said Sink spokesman
Kevin Cate. She joined
Ag r i c u l t u r e
Commissioner Charles
Bronson, who previously
declared his support for
the idea. Only Attorney
General Bill McCollum
remains uncommitted. All
are leaving office Jan. 4.
The did-he-or-didn't-he


debate has been revived
by Crist's interest in the
case. The surviving band
members say a drunken
Morrison teased the
Miami crowd, but never
exposed himself.
"It never actually hap-
pened. It was mass hyp-
nosis," said Ray
Manzarek, The Doors'
keyboard player.
Manzarek and guitarist
Robby Krieger said
Morrison's behavior was
influenced by an acting
troupe that disrobed dur-
ing plays.


The new pumps would Approved the replace- the application for funding
increase water pressure at ment of a six-inch water and request a Florida
the new health department line on South Wynn Street Department of
building, Marianna High by incorporating it into the Transportation grant for
School and nearby resi- city's water project. There the Marianna Police
denial areas. The pumps have been two breaks in Department Drug and DUI
will also increase fire pro- the line in the last year. Impairment and Traffic
tection for the area. Dean -' Approved a lease pur- Enforcement Program.
said. Also at the meeting, chase a reement with Approved the applica-
.the- Wion. for assistance to the
A. -AA for projects at the
gate upgrade at the ctt Im a police cars r e AA for inojectslu at the
public works facility on police department. from aport, including
South Street for an amount Garber Fleet Sales of installing an emergency
not to exceed S7.468. Green Cove Springs. for standby generator for the
Approved a change S51.538 for both cars. terminal building.
order to the Madison Park These are budgeted items. Approved the pay off
construction project to Approved the request of a $32.500 loan at First
extend the contact for 60 of Chief of Police Hayes Capital Bank for .police
days from Dec. 28. 2010 Baggett to allow the police vehicles from the general
to Feb. 26. 2011. department to complete fund. L


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Taliban video shows US soldier held captive


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KAIBI.. Aihanistan Spc.
1BoI_.c Bcrgdahl. the onl% known
L.S. soldier held captive in
.Afhanistan. appear, briefly in a
ncv'. l released Taliban video
tamdin) next to a smiling insur-
gent conriinander v .ho once
tlihatlcin d to kill him.
STh 24-year-old from Hailey,
ld hi,. hca bha, under his eyes
and vhat appear, to be an abra-
stn on) hi left cheek in the
hootae The xideo xAas the fourth
lt appear imncc he as captured
nearly, 18 months ago and was
provided to reporters Wednesday
hx IntclCcntcr. a private. U.S.-
hba-,d organization that tracks
Islamic extremist activities and
communications.
His parent,,. Bob and Jani
BergdahL hate declined to speak
with reporters throughout the
ordeal, but Idaho National Guard
spokesman Col. Tim Marsano
said Wednesday that they had
confirmed that the man in the
video was their son.
"They responded that it was
him. based on the screen shots,"
Marsano said. "It's been an
extremely difficult year and a
half. Without any concrete news,
everyday brings more challenges.
They do continue to take some
comfort in the support they've
gotten, from the community,
their family and friends."


NATO spokesman Brig. Gen.
Josef Blotz said the coalition was,
not sure whether the footage w-as
old or new. Bergdahl is seen
v,earing an Afghan-stIle. light-
weight tan shirt., suggesting that
the video was shot during
warmer weather.
"We are still investigating thi,
case and hope Bowe Bergdahl i's
still line." he said.
Bergdahl has been held by the
Taliban since June 30. 2009.
when he disappeared in Paktika
province in eastern Afghanistan.
According to the SITE
Intelligence Group, which also
tracks Islamic extremist activi-
ties. Bergdahl is standing next to
Sangin Zadran. a senior official
in the al-Qaida linked Haqqani
network in Paktika. In July 2009.
Sangin's spokesman told The
Associated Press in a telephone
interview that Berghdal would be
killed unless the U.S. stops
strikes in Ghazni province's Giro
district and Paktika province's
Khoshamand district.
Bergdahl, who is seen in just a
few seconds of footage that
includes a montage of past mili-
tant attacks and news events,
nods occasionally as if acknowl-
edging another speaker and often
looks down at the ground.
The 69-minute video, pro-
duced by Manba al-Jihad, a
video production group of the
Haqqani network, was released
on the website of the Afghan


This image provided by IntelCenter Wednesday Dec. 8 shows a
framegrab trom a new video released by the Taliban containing
footage of a man believed to be Spc. Bowe Bergdahl, the only
known American serviceman being held in captivity in
Afghanistan, a group that tracks militant messages on the Internet
said Wednesday. AP Photo/IntelCenter


Taliban on Dec. 2. but appeared
on jihadist forums last month.
according to SITE.
Bergdahl. a member of Ist
Battalion. 501st Parachute
Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade
Combat Team. 25th Infantry
Division, Fort Richardson.
Alaska, has appeared in three
other videos that the Taliban
released on July 18, 2009, Dec.
25, 2009 and April 7.
Separately, two NATO service
members died Wednesday fol-
lowing an insurgent attack in


southern Afghanistan. The coali-
tion did not disclose their nation-
alities or details about their
deaths. So far this month. 12
members of the NATO coalition
have been killed in Afghanistan.
At least 671 have died so far this
year.
The Afghan Defense Ministry
also condemned a coalition
airstrike that it said mistakenly
killed two Afghan soldiers on
Tuesday afternoon. The ministry
said in a statement that three
other Afghan soldiers were


.wounded in the airstrike in
Charkh district of Logar province
in eastern .Afghanistan. NATO
said it \\as investigating the inci-
dent.
On Tueiisda\. Afghan soldiers
killed a suicide attacker w\ho was
plotting ian attack on an Afghan
,rinmy base in the Gereshk district
of Helmand pro\ since in southern
Afghanistan. the Afghan Defense
Ministry said. The ministry did
not disclose details, but NATC
described the incident in a state-
ment released Wednesday night.
The coalition said that after
receiving tips from local resi-
dents. a joint Afghlan and coali-
tion force stopped two suspicious
vehicles traveling on a weapons
infiltration route in Helmand's
Washer district.
One suspected insurgent ran
from the first vehicle and was
detained by the security force.
The second suspected insurgent
blew himself up inside the vehi-
cle.
In the second vehicle, a sus-
pected militant jumped out and
began shooting and was wound-
ed while another managed to
escape.
Also in the south, one child
was killed and two men were
injured in a homemade bomb
explosion in the Shahjoy district
of Zabul province, said
Mohammad Jan Rasoolyar,
spokesman for the provincial
governor.


Haiti election protests spread through capital


BY JONATHAN M. KATZ
A\S SxI I ) ti 'io s_

PORT-AU-PRINCE,
Haiti --The headquarters of
Haiti's ruling party was set
ablaze Wednesday as
protests over disputed presi-
dential election results
spread through the Haitian
capital, prompting the
nation's president to call for
calm.
Thousands of protesters
took to the streets, erecting
barricades and setting fires,
furious that government-
backed candidate Jude
Celestin, the protege of
unpopular President Rene
Preval, apparently will go on
to a runoff vote while carni-
val singer Michel "Sweet
Micky" Martelly finished
third in official results and is
probably eliminated.
Protests have also broken
out in Les Cayes, Cap-
Haitien and other cities.
Associated Press journal-
ists saw flames leaping from
the roof of the Unity party
headquarters, the center of
Celestin's campaign.
Witnesses said the building
in central Port-au-Prince
was on fire for an hour.


Protesters said security
guards shot demonstrators
as they assaulted the build-
ing, but there were no con-
firmed injures in the fire or
demonstration. Several fire
trucks tried to control the
blaze an unusual scene in
a city with few reliable pub-
lic services.
Preval urged the candi-
dates to call off the protests.
"This is not how the coun-
try is supposed to work," he
said in a live radio speech.
"People are suffering
because of all this damage."
The president dismissed
allegations that fraud invali-
dated the election results
and faulted the U.S.
Embassy for its criticism of
the vote, saying it would be
up to the country's
Provisional Electoral
Council, known as the CEP,
to review the results.
"If there are problems we
can sit down and personally
discuss it, but the American
Embassy is not the CEP," he
said.
The official preliminary
results have law professor
and former. first lady
Mirlande Manigat in first
with 31.4 percent of the vote


Supporters of presidential candidate Michel Martelly
demonstrate in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Wednesday Dec.
8. Supporters of eliminated candidates protested after
officials announced that government protege Jude
Celestin and former first lady Mirlande Manigat would
advance to a runoff in presidential elections. AP
Photo/Guillermo Arias


and Celestin next with 22.5.
Martelly has 21.8 percent -
trailing Celestin by about
6,800 votes.
Hundreds of protesters
massed near the offices of
the electoral council in
Petionville, with young men
hurling rocks at U.N. peace-
keepers in armored person-
nel carriers. The internation-
al troops and police occa-
sionally responded with vol-
leys of tear gas.


The area around the elec-
toral office includes a plaza
that is home to several thou-
sand people in a tent
encampment erected after
the Jan. 12 earthquake, so it
was unclear whether all of
the people on the street were
protesters or if some were
spectators. Also uncertain
were the intentions of the
demonstrators.
"If Michel Martellyis not
president, in a day or two


days things are going to get a
lot worse," said 22-year-old
Lucate Hans, carrying a stick
and the pink campaign poster
of his candidate. "Tensions
are going to rise and we are
going to kill people."
The results, announced
after hours of delays
Tuesday -evening, were
immediately questioned at
home and abroad. The U.S.
Embassy said the results did
not match reports by official
election observers who said
Celestin would likely be
eliminated in the first round.
An appeals period is open
for the next three days, and
election observers said a
third candidate might be
included in a Jan. 16 runoff
if the electoral council
decides the first-round vote
was close enough though
the constitutionality of such
a move would be debatable.
U.N. Secretary-General
Ban Ki-moon has expressed
concern about allegations of
fraud and the violence and
he urged candidates to use
only formal, legal proce-
dures to make any chal-
lenges to the results, U.N.
spokesman Martin Nesirky
said.


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Chile prison fire kills at least 81


BY EVA VERGARA
ASSKIi b\iH) PRI ss

SANTIAGO, Chile A
fire that began during a riot
in an overcrowded prison
killed at least 81 inmates
Wednesday and seriously
injured 14 others, officials
said. Chileans nationwide
could hear the screams of
.inmates after a prisoner
using an illegal cell phone
called state television for
help.
"The conditions that exist-
ed inside this prison are
absolutely inhumane," said
Chilean President Sebastian
Pinera. who visited an emer-
gency center where inmates
were being treated for severe
burns and smoke inhalation.
National prison police
director Luis Masferrer said
the blaze broke out about
5:30 a.m. at the San Miguel
prison south of the capital,
and it was brought under


control three hours later.
Preliminary reports indi-
cated the fire was set inten-
tionally, said investigator
Alejandro Pena. Interior
Minister Rodrigo Hinzpeter
said it started during fighting
between inmates and
reached its maximum inten-
sity in just three minutes.
Prison officials said the first
call to firefighters came
about 20 minutes after the
fight began.
Pinera told reporters the
number of dead had risen to
83, but Santiago region Gov.
Fernando Echeverria said
later that the official number
of dead was still 81.
Health Minister Jaime
Manalich called it an "enor-
mous calamity ... probably
the worst in the history of
our penitentiary system."
Hundreds of anxious and
angry relatives of inmates
gathered in a chaotic scene
outside the prison gates.


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Lady Tigers


blow out Sneads


BY SHELIA MADER

The Sneads Lady Pirates
traveled to Graceville to
take on the Lady Tigers
Tuesday night. and had
their hands full from the
opening tip in their 66-22
loss.
Graceville took a 20-8
first quarter lead and never
looked back. At the half, it
was 37-15 Graceville and
by the start of the fourth
quarter they had made it a
47-20 game. There were no
Lady Pirates in double dig-
its. Kayla Rabon and Shan
Gillette both put up seven


points each. with Tczlyn
Henry adding six points.
The Lady Tigers had
three girls in double digits.
Mychea Williams led
Graceville with 14 points.
followed closely by Tiara
Sorey with 12 points. Also
in double figures was
Wynteria Pittman with 10
points.
Sneads will return to the
court Thursday when it
hosts the Lady Yellow
Jackets of Vernon. Game
time is 5 p.m. Graceville
will travel to Blountstown
on Thursday with a 5:30
p.m. tip for junior varsity
and 7 p.m. for varsity.


Graceville's
Tiara Sorey
heads down
court with
Sneads' Mary
Pintado in pur-
suit Tuesday.
- Mark
Skinner/
Floridan


Tigers snap Pirates' streak


BY SHELIA MADE
FR (II)A CONORRI-SI)NIDENT
The undefeated Sneads
Pirates took their 3-0 record
to Graceville Tuesday night,
but came up just short of a
win. The Tigers battled from
behind to win 71-64 win and
remain perfect in district play.
Sneads got the early lead,
with Graceville trailing 14-11
after one period of play. The
Tigers battled back to tie it up
at 28 at the half.
Following the halftime
break, the Tigers managed to
go up by one, leading 42-41
with just one period. They
extended their lead in the final
quarter for the victory.
Sneads had two players in
double digits on the night.
Josh Rogers led the team with
23 points, followed by John
Locke with 17.
Graceville's Kevin Potts
led the Tigers with 17 points,
followed closely by Marquise
White with 16.
Following the game,

"This probably
wasn't the best
we've played all
year by any
means.
-Kelvin Johnson,
Sneads head coach

Sneads coach Kelvin Johnson
praised his team as well as the
Graceville Tigers.
"This probably wasn't the
best we've played all -year by
any means," he said. "We just
got down by five or six and
had to press a little and we're
not quite quick enough for
that. We gave up a lot of easy
baskets but they played better
and deserved to win that
game."
See STREAK, Page 2B >"


Graceville's Byron Laster goes up for a shot against Sneads Tuesday. Mark
Skinner/Floridan


Florida football coach Meyer resigns


BY MARK LONG
AP SKionRS WRITER
GAINESV1LLE After the worst season of his career
Urban Meyer is stepping down at Florida, giving up one of the
premier jobs in college football for the second time.
The 46-year-old led Florida to two national titles but began to
show the strain of his high-profile job when he briefly resigned
last December. citing health concerns, but returned the next day.
He had been hospitalized with chest pains after the Gators lost
to Alabama in last season's Southeastern Conference champi-
onship game.
This time he did not mention his health being an issue.
"At this time in my life. however, I fully grasp the sacrifices
my 24/7 profession has demanded of me. and I know it is time
to put my focus on my family and life away from the field. The
decision to step down wasta difficult one." he said in a statement
released by the school Wednesday. "But, after spending more
than two decades motivating and celebrating the young men I've
been so proud to coach. I relish the opportunity to cheer for my
three terrific kids as they compete in their own respective
sports.
AOL FanHouse first reported the resignation.
"The world of college football will miss Urban." said former
USC coach Pete Can.-11I who like Meyer was one of the
decade's best college coaches but opted to leave his job in
Carroll's case for the NFL's Seahawks. "He did a great job
coaching at Florida. He had major personal issues and health
issues a year ago. and I'm sure that he did everything he could
to fight it off. Now he's making decisions that are probably
exactly what he needs to be doing.... He brought a lot of excite-
ment to Florida football, the SEC and all that. Everybody',
going to miss him."

See MEYER, Page 2B >,


S". ... ..-.,>= '

In this Jan. 8, 2009, file photo, Florida coach Urban
Meyer, right, helps hold the championship trophy
after Florida defeated Oklahoma 24-14 in the BCS
Championship football game in Miami. Meyer is
stepping down as coach after the Gators appearance
in the Outback Bowl. In a statement released by the
university on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010, Meyer says
"it is time to put my focus on my family and life away
from the field." AP Photo/Chris O'Meara, File


Marianna falls


to Rocky Bayou


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High
School Bulldog soccer
team lost a 2-1 heartbreaker
Tuesday night in Niceville
to Rocky Bayou. The game
was played in sub-freezing
temperatures.
Zac Davis, Seth Gilley,
Jude Han, Paul Gochenaur,
Peter Ratzlaff, James
Morrison, Stevie
Blanchette, Enrique
Mannatrizio, David White
and J. T. Meadows took to
the pitch for Marianna, with
Michael Mader in the net.
The two teams had
opportunities in the first
half at goal, but couldn't
find the back of the net and
played to a 0-0 tie. In the
second half, James


Morrison took a shot at
goal that was caught by the
goalie and dropped. Paul
Gochenaur took advantage
of the bobbled ball to pick
up the goal and give the
Bulldogs a 1-0 lead. That
lead would stay intact until
late in the second half,
when Rocky Bayou tied the
game. With 4 minutes left
to play, Rocky Bayou put
the winning goal in the box.
On the night Mader
recorded 21 saves, includ-
ing one penalty kick, on 29
attempts, with two goals
scored and six missed
shots.
Marianna will have little
time to recover as they host
Arnold on Thursday night
in a makeup game from last
week. Kickoff is scheduled
for 6 p.m.


Marianna's Peter Ratzlaff takes a header against
Pensacola Saturday. Mark Skinner/Floridan



Lady Bulldogs


lose on the road


BY SHELIA MADER
FI.OPIDAN CORP PovuiJP i
The Marianna High
School Lady Bulldogs
soccer team traveled to
Niceville Tuesday evening
to take on Rocky Bayou.
The Lady Bulldogs played
a full 80 minutes of soccer
on one of the coldest
nights of the year. ending
up on the losing end 6-1.
The Lady Bulldogs
trailed 3-0 at the first
break midway through the
first half of play. At the end
of the first half it was 4-0.
Shortly into the second
half. the Ladv Bulldogs
took advantage of a penal-
ty kick to pick up their


lone goal. Robyn
Honeycutt took the shot
and found the back of the
net. Rocky Bayou added
two goals in the second
half to make it a 6-1 loss
for Marianna.
Goal keeper Mallory
Dean faced 28 attempts on
goal with 16 saves. six
goals scored and six
missed shots. Ashley
Griffin and Lindsey Toole
both had attempts on goal,
but were not able to find
the net.
Marianna will be back
in action Monday at
Bulldog Stadium when
they take on the Arnold
Lady Marlins. Kickoff is
scheduled for 5 p.m. |


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High School Boys
Basketball
Thursday Bozeman at
Cottondale, 7:30 p.m.:
Sneads at West Gadsden. 5
p.m., and 6:30 p.m.: Munroe
at Malone, 6:30 p.m.
Friday Cottondale at
Graceville, 6 p.m.. and 7:30
p.m.; Walton at Marianna,
5:30 p.m., and7 p.m.: Vernon
at Sneads, 6 p.m.. and 7:30
p.m.; Aucilla at Malone, 3
p.m., and 6 p.m.
Saturday Malone at
FAMU, 12 p.m., and 3 p.m.

High School Girls
Basketball
Thursday Bozeman at
Cottondale, 6 p.m.; Munroe
at Malone, 5 p.m.; Graceville
at Blountstown, 5:30 p.m.,
and 7 p.m.
Friday Aucilla at
Malone, 4:30 p.m.; Vernon at
Sneads, 4:30 p.m.; Graceville
at Enterprise, 6 p.m., and
7:30 p.m.
Saturday Malone at
FAMU, 1:30 p.m.

Middle School Basketball
Thursday Chipley at
Marianna, 4 p.m., and 5 p.m.

Chipola Basketball
The Chipola Indians will
travel to Gainesville next
weekend for the Florida
Shootout.
Chipola will play Polk on
Saturday at 12 p.m. and St.


Petersburg at 6 p.m. on
Sunday.

Chipola Kids' Clinic
Chipola will host a kid-s'
basketball clinic on Dec. 12
at the Milton H. Johnson
Health Center.
There will be two sessions:
2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 4 p.m. to
6p.m., with cost S15.
For more information.
contact Candice Gift at 718-
2423.

Chattahoochee
Red Birds
Open practice sessions for
the Chattahoochee Red Birds
baseball club of the Big Bend
Baseball League of Florida
will be held Dec. 18 at 12:30
p.m. EST at Therrell Field in
Chattahoochee.
For additional information
you may call (850) 592-3286
or (229) 662-2066.

Harambee Dragons
Youth Summit
The Harambee Dragons
AAU program will host
Youth Summit II on Tobacco
Prevention at Chipola
College on Saturday, Dec. 11
at Building Z, from 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Boys and girls
between the ages of 10 and
18 who are interested in AAU
basketball are invited to
attend. For more information,
call coach Darold Pope at
557-9218.


SPORTS BRIEFS


Meyer
Continued From Page 1B
Meyer bas hired a%\a\
from 'Utah by Florida after
he led the L'te, to an unde-
feated season. In his second
season ui Gainesville. he
led the Gators' to a national
championship. Two sea-
sons later he won another.
the third time overall the
school topped the final AP
Top 25.
A bid for another nation-
al championship fell short
in 2009. and the day after
Christmas Meyer surpris-
ingly announced that he
was giving up the job. Just
like now. he said he wanted
to spend more time with his
family, though he also said
that he had health concerns.
Less than 24 hours later,
he changed his mind and
decided to instead take a
leave of absence.
He was diagnosed with
esophageal spasms and was,
taking prescription medica-
tion to treat it.
The leave of absence
eventually turned into some
extended vacation time.
Meyeri scaled back in
January he didn't go on
the road recruiting but
still worked steadily
through national signing
day. He returned for spring
practice in March, but man-
aged to take significant
time off before and after.


Bullpups split


two with Walton


He went to Hawai with
his wife. traveled to Rome
and Nax the Pope. took a
trip to Israel. visited the
Master, golf tournament
with his daughter and took
in a Tampa Bay Ra,.s base-
ball game.
He said it was the first
offseason in which he
stepped away for days at a
time.
But this season he had to
replace Tim Tebow and
several other stars who had
gone on to the NFL. and the
Gators struggled mightily.
Florida finished 7-5. the
worst record of Meyer's 10-
year head coaching career.
which began at Bowling
Green. It was the first time
the Gators had lost five reg-
ular-season games since
1988.
The season ended with
an embarrassing 31-7 victo-
ry to Florida State, Meyer's
first loss to the rival
Seminoles.
After that game, Meyer
vowed to fix the Gators'
problems.
"I can assure you we are
going to rebuild this thing
and build it up the right way
and do it right," Meyer said.
"Obviously we are down a
little bit. I didn't believe
we'd be that far down, but
we are. How do you build a
program up? You build it up
with tough players, tough
coaches and you have got
to play better."


BY SHELIA MADER


The Marianna Middle
School Bullpups basketball
team hosted the Walton
Middle School Braves
Thursday evening and split
a pair of games. The "B"
team fell by three in a 37-34
loss. while the "A" team
notched another victory, 47-
36.
In "A" team action, the
two teams traded buckets in
the first quarter with the
Bullpups edging out a 12-10
first period, with five of
those points coming from
Herman Williams. The
Bullpup defense stiffened in
the second quarter, holding
Walton to just two points
while they put up eight, to
take a 20-12 halftime lead
into the locker room.
The Bullpups continued
their dominance in the third
quarter, with Brian Pender
shooting a three and a layup,
and Qua Hall putting up
seven huge points to make it
a 32-17 game with only one
period remaining. Coach
Brad Cross rested his
starters in the fourth.quarter,
giving his bench some valu-
able court time. J. Q.


Streak
Continued From Page 1B
The Pirates are now 3-1
on the season. Coach
Thomas Register was
excited to get the district
win.
"It was a big win for us,"
he said. "We were a little
under coming in, didn't
play well early, but we
were able to make some
shots and fortunately for
us, we got the win."
Graceville will host
county-rival Cottondale
Friday night. Junior varsity
tips off at 6 p.m. with var-
sity at 7:30 p.m. Sneads
travels to West Gadsden on


"We were a little
under coming in,
didn 't play well
early, but we
were able to
make some
shots. "
-Thomas Register,
Graceville coach

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Douglas and Garrett
Speights made good use of
their time, with both hitting
from downtown for three
points each, along with
Taquavias Perry posting
four points. The "A" team
was led in scoring by Brian
Pender with 10 points, fol-
lowed by Qua Hall with
nine. Herman Williams was
on the board with seven, fol-
lowed by Shaquarious
Baker with six.
In "B" team action,
Walton took an early first
quarter 8-4 advantage after.
one period of play, but the
Pups battled back with 10
points in the second quarter,
while holding Walton to just
six. At the half it was tied up
at 14. The Braves dominat-
ed the third period of play
with 13 points, while their
defense held Marianna to
just two. Marianna bounced
* back in the fourth quarter
with 18 points, seven each
from Jonathan Franklin and
Tommy White, but it was
too little, too late as the
Braves outlasted them for
the win.
Dre Perry was in double
digits for Marianna with 12
points and Franklin and
White had nine points each.


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"If I do happen to pick him out, what are the
chances of him being held in custody long
enough for me to leave the country?"


ACROSS
1 Quaked
6 Younger
son
11 Dough.
slangily
12 Lower in
prestige
13 Bullish
trend
15 Mountain
tops
16 Without
result
18 Derby or fe-
dora
19 Rec-room
gear
21 "Ulalume"
poet
22 Naked
23 Wild guess
25 Petroleum
28 Hack
30 Santa -
winds
31 CEO degree
32 Dues payer,
for short
33 Qty. t
35 Go formal
37 Salt meas.
38 Superman's
girl
40 Dries out,
as wood
41 Wildebeest


42 FedEx
vehicle
43 Feli with an
axe
46 University
of Oregon
city
48 Sign up for
classes
50 Ohio city
54 "Broom
Hilda"
cartoonist
55 News
summary
56 Kind of bear
57 Acrobat
producer
DOWN
1 Dallas cam-
pus
2 Short flight
3 Thunder
Bay prov.
4 Artists'
lifeworks
5 Actress
Sedgwick
6 Filmdom's
Grant
7 "Honest,'
prez
8 100-meter
event
9 Como-
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Pinches off
Just washed
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Muscle
spasm
Cellar, briefly
Harmful
Rolex rival
"Ghosts"
writer
Young lady
"2001"
computer
Ski slope
bump
Frayed
Bird-feeder
treat


43 Fiber plant
44 Popular
one-named
singer
45 Small bird
46 Movie li-
oness
47 Mrs. Nick
Charles
49 California
fort
51 Kind of sys-
tem
52 Bit of paint
53 Unfold,
in poetry


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PEANUTS BY CHARLES SCHULTZ


What an STD means to a marriage


Dear Annie: I have been married for 16
years. I was recently diagnosed with tri-
chomoniasis, a sexually transmitted infec-
tion. My doctor explained that if I have
been faithful to my husband, then he must
have cheated on me. When I confronted my
husband, he denied it. I had symptoms, but
some women can have trichomoniasis for
decades and not know it.
My husband's business has been strug-
gling financially, and this has taken a toll
on our relationship. It is not out
of the realm of possibility that
he might have cheated on me.
But he continues to deny it,
even after I told him that ,
although I believe he did lflA
cheat, I still am committed to
our marriage.
Annie, do most doctors
believe their patients with this
STD have cheating spouses? Is it possi-
ble I carried this infection for 21 years,
since my previous marriage, and am
only now showing symptoms? Can you
help me make sense of this? Confused
and Hurting in Florida
Dear Confused: Trichomoniasis is a sex-
ually transmitted parasitic infection, and
symptoms typically show up four to 28
days after exposure, usually in women.
Men often have no symptoms, so urge your
husband to be tested. It is highly unlikely
that one could acquire the infection
through any means other than sex. The


trich protozoa can live. outside the body
only for a very brief time. However, during
that brief time, it is possible (though
exceedingly rare) to contract trichomonia-
sis if the genital area comes into direct con-
tact with infected damp or moist objects
such as towels, clothing, bedding or
bathing suits. You can get more details
through the CDC (cdc.goy/std) at 1-888-
232-6348 or ASHA (www.ashastd.org).
Dear Afnie: The letter from "Confused"
really hit home. She said her husband never
gives her a compliment and pouts
"' when he doesn't get his way
-/ ,and their sex life doesn't exist
because he can't bear to be
S." touched.
S\ When couples date, they
- -often show only their best
side. Unfortunately, that lavish
attention is washed away with
< t< \everyday life once they
marry. And some men only
like the hunt. Once the catch
\ is caught, they lose interest.
\ I think "Confused's" husband married
her because he loved what they had while
they were dating. He simply doesn't know
how to live as a married man and how to be
loving and attentive to his wife. In the
Same Boat, Bailing Water
Dear Boat: We agree except for the
fact that her husband hates to be touched.
That puts him in an entirely different cate-


BRIDGE


Sun-tzu, who lived from approximately 544 B.C. to
496 B.C., said, "A military operation involves deception.
Even though you are competent, appear to be incompe-
tent. Though effective, appear to be ineffective."
That applies to this deal. How would you play in six
spades after West leads the club queen?
North's four-club response was a splinter bid, showing
at least four-card spade support, game-forcing values or
better, and a singleton (or void) in clubs. You control-bid
(cue-bid) four diamonds to express slam interest, North
control-bid in return, you used Blackwood, then jumped
to six spades.
You seem to have two unavoidable heart losers. If only
partner had had 5-3-4-1 distribution, things would have
been simple. Is there any chance?
Yes, if you can endplay an opponent. You should take
the first trick with your club ace and immediately lead an
"ineffective" heart to dummy's ace. Then you draw
trumps and cash the club king and three diamond win-
ners (discarding a heart) before exiting with a heart.
West has to win with his king and must concede a ruff-
and-sluff. You trump in the dummy and pitch your last
heart.
Note that because you needed West to misdefend, the
quicker you put him on the spot, the better. If you had left
hearts until after you had played the other three suits, he
would have seen the endplay coming and thrown his king


North
A A 10 8 7
A 6 5 2
SK J 5


West
S9 2
SK 8
* 10 7 4 3 2
4 Q J 10 9


12-09-10
4


East
A J
SQJ 9
9 8 6
4 876432


South
A K Q 6 5 3
S10 7 4 3
SA Q
AK
Dealer: South
Vulnerable: Both


South
14
4 *
4 NT
6 A


West North
Pass 4 4*
Pass 4 V
Pass 5
Pass Pass


Opening lead: 4 Q


under dummy's ace to defeat the con-
tract. When you need a misdefense, go
for it as quickly as possible. _


NEA Crossword Puzzle


HOROSCOPE

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) Try to engage in taking
more protective action that will
directly affect your security
instead of thinking nothing
could ever happen to you.
There are always, crooked peo-
ple around.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) An individual you don't
know too well might approach
you regarding going in with
him/her on an enticing situa-
tion. Check things out thor-
oughly before getting involved.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) Continue to do every-
thing in accordance with ybur
highest standards, because the
slightest deviation from doing
so could get you into all kinds
of trouble.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- A lack of care concerning
your associations could draw
you into a bad involvement with
someone who is extremely
unethical.
ARIES (March 21-April 19)
- It may be just a false rumor,
but to stay on the safe side,
don't do business with any firm
that you've heard some unflat-
tering comments about until
you know otherwise.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20)
- Don't put too much trust in
an individual with a question-
able reputation. If this person
hasn't stood the test of time,
there may be good reason for it.
Why take a chance?
GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
- If you've made a mistake or
did something wrong, don't
attempt to hide it. Instead, try
to rectify it to the best of your
ability. Covering up your mis-
take would be a poor choice of
tactics.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)
-When dealing with someone
who needs help, be up front
with .that person and tell
him/her the straight dope. If
you fail to be honest and forth-
right, you'll only gum up the
works.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
Instead of agreeing to do some-
thing that you suspect you
might not be able to follow
through on, voice your reserva-
tions. Don't take a chance on
letting this person down.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
- Tasks that are tough to
accomplish could become even
more difficult to do with time.
There is no advantage in post-
poning them bite the bullet
and do what needs doing now.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
Go ahead and be good to your-
self, but not to the point of
catering to all your whims, or
doing so at the expense of oth-
ers.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
- Selfish acts that affect your
family as a whole could become
more abrasive if ignored and/or
left uncorrected. Stop yourself
from being one of the 'principal
contributors.


CELEBRITY CIPHER
by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present
Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
Today's clue: S equals J
"ZGTP KJMKWJ UODTI UOGU
XJKNJRRDMT DR RMZJUODTL PMB
SBRU OGYJ UM WDYJ FDUO FOJT
PMB L J 1l MW X J N VBU DU R TM U." -
UMZ VMRWJP

PREVIOUS SOLUTION: "Reality leaves a lot to the imagination." "As usual,
there is a great woman behind every idiot." John Lennon
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CKCand Retirement Center 482-8700 42"NICE (XMAS) $40 TANK WITH STAND cond. $35 850-482-5Planr $20 0 850-482 -
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1Bready for hris R/BA, AC, rug. do, 2/2setting, four -5.5accepting applications for the following 2 door db panel PUMP, HEATER,
under 51bsQuiet,325 NOW, across from Vet prThursdayhung interior COIN RED BOOKS, Magnetic Therapy Seco Framing Nailer
Other effic. avail. School. Wire Rd. on positions: CN.NJ. FULL TIME 7-3 door, solid core $275 SET- 1965-1989 ALL SHARKS, $350Insoles $10/pair w/case & case of
727-433-RENT Tiger Transit route, 850-693-9633 $20(850)592-2507850-526-3426 nails $175 850-693-
Appliances 2 yrs old. If interested, Please apply in person at: 3 Blade Electric Pla-. Collection of dolls Floor Lamp W/adj. 9633
Free Pets Policy Orchard Pointe Convenient location. 4294 3rd Ave., Marianna, FL or call ner w/case $75 850- w/stands, some need arm & shade, $25 Mahogany Desk,
Your pet deserves a lov Apartment Homes $91,500, 334-501-2045 482-5634 TLC, $1-$5 850-526 850-526-3365 good cond.Reduced Sewing machine,











8-534 TC2 &$31BRMH C'dale. fr-to $50 0 850-482- SINGER NIB 30 stitch,
ing, caring home. An ad Clean, quiet & guwrightbellsouth Angonela Edenfield at 850-526-3191 3 story wood doll 414 GuitarAmp.,El t 0












Saving. cop. 850-258- electric service A 3 ---- -y --o 7 --- Wednesday'sl 1725,850-
for a ee pet ay draw safe 1,2, & 3 BR nehouse 58x39x5, new, Craftsman 12" Fender DeVill, 65w, 526-3426
response from individuals W/D Connections -rai N O not assembled, $35 Bandsaw$250 850- 4x10, all Tube, $500 Martha Stewart
whowillsellyouranimalfor 4445 Orchard HomeforSale850-526-3426 482-5634 850-482-7056 Chairs, heavy mtal s lsaw 2hp, 8 Ta-
poses. Please screen re- 850-482-4259 D..". E5 Red Prom Gowns, Craftsman 13" Planer Hilachi Bradnailer 200 850-526-1414 482-5634
spendents carefully whes TDD# 1-800- P. JTA-C7,;=' H IRIN G 5 White Prom Gowns, professionall) $300 w/case $65 850-482-
gngananimal away.ee areuywn TDD548-25461-800 $50/ea 850-272-1842 850-482-5634 5634 Mens'clothes, 11 SMOOTHIE MAKER
g w85pants, 2 jackets, 1
21 PAIR COMPRESSOR CRAFTSMAN/STARRE Hopper Sprayer for suit, $25 for all 850- (850)592-2 5
Cats IUOAM-7PM Shift 12PM-9PM HAUSFELD 60 GAL BXS&TOOLS $175-325 482-5634 Model Airplane Sparx Motorcycle
[Houses Unfurnishaed 2PM-I 1 ]PM with a weekend rotation $350 (850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 Hospital Bed very wooden toolbox $25 helmet, XXL,new$585e
Competitive Pay and Benefits Package As seen on TV, Delta Rooter Shaper good condition $150 850-482-8700
ble 850-557-2846 nstyler,$35 850- TablTop$100 850- OBO 850-592-9227/ _-482-8700
bree kitn5 og-ood 3/28.5 Brick Home Background Check and Drug Screen 272-1842 482-5634 850-557-2394 NordicTrac Treadmill
home. 850-482-4896 C'dale $650/mo + Required Bench Top Drill Press Dining table w/4 HP Coinuter note- da $1200,ifewmnints Single stroller $20
dep 334-714- BA 2 BR Well-- $100 850-482-5634 chairs & match chi-book w i s 766-5725 850-526-3426
Dogs 9553/334-714-8343 maintained home, Visit www.vantagesourcing.com for job BOOKCASES(5) DK na cabinet $225 850- brand new $200 850-
Brick home 1519sq ft. Fenced description or to apply OAK- FINISH 593-5702/272-7129 526-2646 Patio set, 2 swivel SUEDE/SHEARLING
3/11 e, 8mi yard. All appliances - 30"X6'EA LIKE NEW Dinnette w/4 padded 1-" Hyobi Hammer chairs & round table JACK ET WMNS M-L
AKC yellow lab pup- E of Malone. $575/mo stay $129,900 If you prefer to apply in person $300 (850)592-2507 chairs on rollers, ex- Drill $65 850-482- w/glass top $45 850- (XMAS) $20 (850)592
pies, $150. Ready + $500 dep. lyr lease Mike (334) 550-9748 f cel. condo. $250 0B0 5634 482-3853 2507
12/20,(334)735-3481 850-569-5940Nailer w/case34)5850-5ease e f Naiecaef 5026-2646 Leather Purse, looks Quick CutSaw 14" White wedding dress
BEAGLE puppies, full Austin Tyler & Asso Marianna nails $175 850-693- Electric Coping Saw like a sadie, god Hilachi $50 850-482- with train veil includ-
blooded0grest .Quality rentals 2 BA 2 BR CH/A .63 $75 850-482-5634 cond. $20 850-482- 5634 ed like new size 18-20
christmas gift for the 80- 526-3355 W/WD, 1900 sq ft $300 850-272-1233
fai 150 "Property Mgmt is $98,500 br, rii Crhina Ci.bi Elephant collection, 3853/272-4305 Reptile aquarium
our ONLY Business" 850-272-8700 nPr we mat.: h,,r but--gray porcelain $175 LIg collection of w/lid & lights, Ig XBOX 360 w/6 games
.-328t4all .,o,,:,,o1 .8fi.' 526-2646 junqua jewiry, some $85 850-526-3426 & 1 controller $150
room, extranice,ly Lo;-Acreage Fisner Price Smart w/rpin5stones. 256- & Roper washer&dryer- 85.-6.1-8777
Exotic j private lac. off hLotst-Acreage I hem.tFreezer. new 'CycleforToddlers, -526-1414 white, about 3 years XMAS TREE IVORY
Hwy 73 N, near town, cont. 30x28 $100 hooks to TV $30 Lincoln AC/DC Weld- old run good $200 3FT- OLD but nice $5
CKC YORKIEPPPUPPIES $5fo ..0d55gw $58" "07O RpvMYHOt -.aTu a850- 3426 1850-526-34261 er $300 850-482-5634 850)557-6644(850)592-2507

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tomobiles Autombiles cers ooecs Lii .enicles Trailers-Tractors Wanted: Trucks-Heavy Duty
o --- -- leo e Honda '02 XR250R 6X12 enclosedtrailer
Chevy '05Cobalt DrBi.re. Exc. C-ond w/1sidedoor & dbl
4doo, loaded 220 Fi. P;eSa s doors in back $1900
rt oasMeagall 5Pe -!! PM nee o nd. 850-933-
$200 down $200 mo r L. 'al1 33-S-7 928/438312
SCall Steve Hatcher 'HONDA o Snado. 6ee lyScooter FOR99 Eedition 91 16x6 Trailer SO
C3 -7 182H.ch r5t0 7m es. N E r blr eGoo d SFodSx4. o d.5 W ANTED SFORD 07TraXcELi ed.
2 5 m ol e s. N =% 7jea e r G o od co nd o s 5 0 O B O 3 s e a ts fu lly lo a d e d 3 4 1 5 7 S p o rt T 'ra c m ite d ,
S Chevy'08 Impala Silver, Black Leather Toyota 96 Ca-. LE c 229-33-520 334 -79 tires. 5.50 Oe Good Condition 5K Milel Laed
4-Wheel Driv LT. 3.9L Leather Int Premium pack- CLEAN CAR 2-2--71 334-966613 tres33 -845-019 And Eqonditiopped 56K Mis, Blue
... CD changer,rear age 7500 Mi. New RUNS GREAT' 53.495 o- 39 E $20.500, 334-687-4686
00 F150 Good condi spoiler, New back Cond.529.500 OBO Call 850-210-4166 Ford '99 Expedition 8505485719 Ford '89 Bronco, Runs

transmissiongreen LikeNewCond.-49 Toot C- oro 0OBO trade 850.774.
ext o 4,850. A o ^ S 0 33479 Backhoe Pro 5 hatchback or 89/900 d
exte24ior 4WD,$75000 AutoTrans$12,9002400Ford Probe stick
OBO (334)237-8933 334-475-0237 3183--24i0000mpound capc Ford Probe atick 9189/774-9186
'77F-1 GMC '00 Jimmy, ty trailer. 54500.850- shift. 850-272-4243
Ford 77 F-150 4WD U.M. 08 250 cc. Seats great cond., 54200 209-4266
Runs, in good shape Volkswagon '06 Jetta Honda 06 UX 1300 '2, 2 helmets. Lg OBO 850-526-2491 BAT WING OW Trucks-Heavy Duty
$4500 334-447-5316 aguar '05 XJ8L TDI. Grey v/gray 3.000 mies. 54,900. Scooter. 80mi per ask for Tom (FINISHING) 9,400
4-door. Black. Owner I throdines 1e,000m Hsunda. 03Ca tae 334-678-6568 '01 Frieht Liner FL60
d. $68Knew. Asking heated seats, alum Warranty $2000 OBO. Honda '03 tafeF
C 8 Sierra1500 heels, saradio40Call 334-445-6302 137K mi. burgundy, Bison'91 Tractor Sport Chasey4-dr.
S e 25,985.i c850-896-3774 iCallo334-445-6302 hcles
enali, Crew Cab,0 i r 1500- mpg.12K mi $.0: ood cond. new tires. 28hp, runs very good, leather int. Allision FORD'89F1504wh
25873 miles, black, *Chevy 81'Corvette" saS -^ 334-685-6233 Fpio(srt Utility Vehicle 6500. -449-6071 all works, looks great auto trans. 124K mi. $4,600 or
leather, sunroof, nav- Red, Auto, Mirrored ,e. Honda '04 CRV LX too. $2500. OBO 334-334-791 52 reasonable offer 229-
igation, DVD, excel- Tops,52K mi.New Classics &Antiques02 GMC Sierra white Black. Excellent Cond 655-8966 -714-2480 '06 Chevy Silverado 334-8520, 229-296-
lent condition, $9200. Tires, Calipers, 1500 SLE 20dr, lon 77,800 mi. Pwr win- Bushtech Trailer '05 LS ext. cab. 4.8eng. 8171
toddecknetscape.c Brakes & Shocks. HONDA07 CBR 600 wheel base 176 dows 9800 Negotia- Turbo+2 Excellent tow package, blue, Ford '93 Ranger over
om, 334-242-7466 Garage kept. $13,500. 1959 220 Mercedes loaded, 4,000 miles, wheel base 176950 ble 334-333-2239 Conditioin $3500 no oEwer windows orp ,
M '95, Conversion 334-596-2376 Lexus '98 LS400 Restore or use for stretch/lowered, 2 334-693-9287 locks only 53K mi. K mi. CD player,
MC Conversionod w/tan brother exhaust Polyengineering, Inc. Jeep 06 Wrangler, 334- 0 w n 1in
Van, new A/Cruns Chrysler 00" Sebring Ithr int.heated seats, parts.Bestffe 200 334355-0454 334-793-4700 ext 134 both tops, AC, auto, Cummings/Onan $3500 334-685-3214
grt, $2500 S & M Au- Cony top, runs/looks exc cond $9.800 334 251-747-4022 loaded 22K miles generator 703 rs '92 GMC Sonoma V6
to Sales 850-774- great, loaded, 140k 333-3436 or 671-3712 1968 Chevrolet $17,000 OBO 85KW 400amp, auto 5-sp. runs great
9189/ 850-774-9186 miles, $2900. OBO Camaro Z28 asking Call 334-726-1530 switch runs 4 poultry $1800. OBO 334-798
OB'98 Wr e Call 334-596-5032 Lincoln '00 Town car $5700, White with house $15,000 O 1768 / 334-691-2987
N & signature series, Black stripes, match- 4-40X400 poultry '96 Chevy Silverado
9Wrnlr4-4OX400 poultry '96 Chevy Silverado
251-65 -1577ureHoerie house of Lubing ni 2500mv-8 autoairruns
w7 mi. New tires & beautiful Birch Silver ing numbers, details houedof Lubin g np- 2500 v- aoarruns
wheels. Looks/drives loaded, 60/40 leather and pictures pie drinkers 334-726- great $2,800 0BO
good. 5-spcyl $8000 seats am/ cfm ut/cd hllyrb msn.com / Honda '08 S0978 or 334-795-6101 334-691-2987 Ford '96 Ranger
OBO 334-726-6165 crews, tilt computer 251-650-1577. H FARM EQUIPMENT IH Chevy '91 Cherokee LIKEEW! mi.
69K mi. mint cond. 750. Exc. cond. Low FARM EQUIPMENT IH Chevy '91 Cherokee LIKE NEW! Set up
Aviation never smoked in, Collector Mercedes mi.5-yr srvc plan 1440 Combine w/ pickup, lift gate to tow behind RV.
Chrysler PT never wrecked in 1 2D in very ml. $5K 05 Xterra. 83.5K heads $10,000. CAT $1500 850-352-4724 $3995. 334-790-7959
Cruiser Limited $15,250.334-791-7330 good cond., rare 4- 334-701-2329 Great on Jeep 95 Grand Dozer D4b & root
ition, Loaded spedd man. trans., Cnalowner. Cherokee RUNS rake 850-415-0438 '98- F Ford'98 F150, great
97K mi, NEW TIRES! incoln '01 Towncar, very smooth shifting, Honda 1962 C102 Rockfor Fosgate GREAT! Trades cond,165Kmi New
S$5,800 (334) 790-7959 Signature series w/ a ream to drive, a supercub50,4k premium nd 6 .r. rd 2.95 Brakes, alternator
SC 31 101,130 mi $6,000 bargain at $6,800 miles, Black & white, a0,: rip? .C On'. C, I 210 416 and battery.Cold
sale or will take on 850-579-4467 after 334-7974883 Good Cond., electric roaLd c:' i . Air,Elec windows &
ad r11 hoeu 6pm start speed, $2500. 61rvi' 'l -Ci.-- -door locks.$4800 obo
prtner. Cn0eoverm I bicycles Firm. Call noon (M-F) -Q ;iS- .4 rat,:,,- -- Chevy 91510 Z6 Au- 334-701-7552
since engine over- Lincoln Congression. 334-347-9002 ''5 9.9 F.rT, Ford Tracor 600 to, 20" chrome rims --
haul. Call Ron at 498- al Town Sedan 03' FonertA, $new tires, AC, $2800 KS Blazer'85 fully re
3279 good condition, 142K mi. white w/ HONDA '98 Valkyrie N-. : n. Run;i Call 334-691-2987 or stored, 450 hp en-
green and white extanleathertoTourerall original, Lexus 07 RX350 33498-1768 gine, 411 rear end,
terror, light gray inte- Chrysler '07 PT 135000 3.14.u
teor, light gray inte- Crysler T seats, loaded $6000. low miles, runs great ,t tamb,:.:, pean c.:.l.:r l. I1000K mi since re-
rior, $105,000 36330 Cruiser, Loaded, 48K 334-693-2274 asking $5,900. OBO ;- V6.4.~d. full, :i.j.e. GOLF FAIRWAY 5 stored. $12,900. 407-
(334)498-3279 miles, Automatic, 334-693-5454 51,: mill3: 526..500. GAN,4 W DIESEL MO 3 353-3629
ferrellr@roadrunner LIKE NEW! $8,500. Mazda '01626 LX& Call, 3433315.24 TfOR S3.501 .'.14.- 7 s
com (334) 790-7959 158K Mi. Loaded! '02 Custom made VW Honda '99 Shadow
Chrysler '07PT Pwr everything, cd power Trike all 1100 Arrow Lots ofOLF TRI-KING 1900 ,,- .
Automobiles Misc. Cruiser Low Mileage, player, White, tan int. chromed eng. Xtras Full W/S GOLF CTRI-KING 1900 . ..
o NEW! $3750334-692-4084 custom, one of a kind chrome mtr guard,'T-.-3,GA NG REELCh evy 93 Silverado Ja
Chevy 2010 Malibu LT $200 down $189 per 334-797-9290 paint job & wheels, saddlebags, mustang 08 T. roe LT. 29, W DOlEEL MJOTOR 4w'a eI cab, power
Chevy 2010 Malibu LT M Call Ron Ellis Adult ridden, fire seat, & whitewall M., .:.d Colr, E. --2.5.tii. 331.6.6i5 a- lndil.-. & Door
10K mi. o r, XM 714-0028 Mazda '06 Miata MX5 eng. red. 23K mi. new tires,Lots of Chrome! cellent Condition, IH 1440 Combine OB Toyota85SR5 truck
radio, blue.$17,050. grand touring edi- tires, gar. kept, Must see! $3,500 $30,500. 685-3226 Fiel Redi, IGrin Cjll 1j3B 61-2987 or 2doormanaulSRtruood
334-889-4226 Chrysler '07 Sebring tion, blue with custom cover, am/fm 229-416-1051 2003 Nissan Pathfind- Nissan '5 Had .and C.:rn Mead. 34 ;98 1768 condo ew tires
blound effecwits,_____one__'$C22,r0001-ad, rNissan0ciMuranonIrood new tires
door, pwr ground effects, one cb, $22,000 OBO In time for cooler er SE, 110,990 miles, NICE CAR! 9,500. 850-415-043 CHEVY '96 S-10 Pick- $2206 for more ifo
Automobiles windows, tilt, cruise owner, garage kept, $44,000 invested weather'05 Honda V6, 4 wheel drive, MUST SELL! $10,900 John Deer05'48 HP, up, 2.2 letter, 4 cly., Call 334-894-2182
forSale control AM/FM/CD. only 7330mi, auto, 239-410-4224 Trike, cranberry red, black leather interi- Call 850-210-4166 full wh. drive, front will sell for parts ericksonroadrunner.cm
$250 mo. CallSteve like new $15,900 '02 Yamaha TTR 125L to many ad on to list or, Bose 6 CD chang- end loader, bushhog, $800334-689-9183
6000 mi. $26.000 er, $10$900 call Art-0 moCallaSer, teve l
-Fi i-r.:r-r 334 791.8243; Call 334-393-8864 exc. cond. $700. 334- 6000 m 26.000 r, $10,900 call An- finish mower, dik, Dodge '013500 Dual-
790-2508 Cash or cashiers thony (334) 797-1342 spredder & box blade ly, 135K,greatcond, ______
check. 334-687-0225 Chevy '01 Tahoe $18,200.080 798-3352 4 wheel, ext., cab, Legal Notices
Kawasaki'09 KXF250 155k mi, 3rd row Less than 1000 hrs auto, $12,500. 646-
Motor by BPM, 2 seat, fully loaded, M6040 Kubota Trac 620-9478 (Dothan) LF15
S brothers perform- $5,900. 646-620-9478 Nissan '05 Pathfinder tor 60hp w/351 hrs, Dodge 05 Dakota
Sancepipe. Very fast (Dothan) 4X4 Maroon, blk Ithr OHP,4WD, Full Hy- qua-cab, SLT, 34k PUBLIC AUCTION
'05 Beetle convertible _^a-i ;i "'- U>bike for the motor- Chevy Blazer LS '03 MUST SELL! Great draulics $20,000; Im- mi, 6 cylinder, full
LS 5 leather Corvette Mazda09 Miata MX5 08 Suz BLVD 83 crossing extremist 4-dr. gold, air/power Cond$14,500 Loaded! elements also avail. power, Exc $13,800. Mallory Towing and
oddGLS' ; 5 nther,19Km.Corvette66All M a i334-726-3842 Cond$14,500 Loaded! 334-791-9107 OBO 334-449-1864 Recovery, Inc. will
loaded, only 19K mi. original, Matching Hardtop Convertible 1400cc, black, 1- 334-726-3842 windows, exc cond. 360-808-0584 334-791-9107 080334-449-1864 Recovery, Inc. will
exc. cond. $13,900. numbers, Classic Loaded, Bluetooth & owner/gar kept, hel- Kawasaki '09 Ninja $5,500. 334-792-8058 Dodge'06 Dakota hold a public auction
Call 334-714-4001 Collectors Item Sirius Radio, Low mi. met & jacket incl, 900 250. 3k mi. Perfect 334-791-2360 Toyota '02 Highland- M-120 DT 4x4 w/ XCAB 4x4 $200 down on, December 17,
'09 Toyota Corolla Call 850-210-4166 $22,000 334-379-6749 m, $580BB asking condition! Blue, er LTD Exc. Cond. Kubota loader 120hp $229 per mo. Call Ron 2010 at 2:00 P.M. on
Sport ch. gray 31Kmi. V ..r rc OB.. 0 71 rng S3000 4WD Lrhir.82K mi. LA1601 (cabfire)3100 Ellis 714-0028 a:
warr." 5-sp. 16" "E 13J'461.J4 0195 $11,500 OBO 334-796- hrs. original tires
wheels power locks, 2008 Honda 750 Kawasaki 2000 Cla s-- 86- 50%, engine, fuel 1997 Dodge Van,
wn s d $2 0. l n 1. i :. LrT ':07 Under Torta '05 4Runner $.5. 060 r rJX163215
334-475-3370 or C .:. i. L. $ T0,di' L 2i' V farrr LarriV ti1 2012. L-mite,. 105K mee for tr rB2JF9X6321
S334-464-1709SI5C': Low mi. FORD'03 Expedition GCold tnlthwr -l Tn cIll be heldl r
C.All3314- .'-224 i.500. 34-774-3474 EdhJEiu-r ili heale,1 4ear. V. Ml Towing
Corvette'81 Mazda 3 '085sp.4-dr. 92 G,,ldwr, 60k r j3341-91-1074 load-7d. tirhr r, I 4W' sunrof.l raier . ar.d Rcovery in
Au a i silver, exc. cond. mil0 rc c maint --. mia ,le.;. ht:h. Qil guard. jBL - "'"' DODGE '99, 2500 RAM 141 West Lalayette
Automatic35 silver, exc od. miles, red, exc. paint Mojo MotorScooter 4i.i'io, :i4- _'9.9 stere:,.$1 0 3-.iS
(Silver) sell as is 39800 mi rear spoil- & runningcond '05,200m, Blue,, 3 quad r ... be. Stret ,n Maranna,
$4900.OBO e, net $10,995 $7000850-445-2915 $1650850-258-1638 --1- 1 3t"62 -~ -..cyturbo die-el. FL.. 6 5-526.56.
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eCorSSuzuki'05 Boulevard .- -- 1iiorse 7 .1 E.I tK. 00,0. Mallory Towing and
Corvette 88' Stingray MConvertiblcedes '73 40 SL American Ironhorse Black/Gray 2K mi on lTractor 30 Massey OBO. 5r 55 2i27 Re ery Inc. re
eetle02convertible08Kmi. Convertible '07 Texas Chopper it. Gar. Kept. Lotsof Fergu 5'ds, .r- the right to
Sunroof, Leather, $9,800. 334-791-3081 (hrd/sot top) 1500K m. exc. cond.oom pl Ford 01 4X4 V-10 re an d all
REALLY NICE CAR! K $12,000 08O 904-368- $14,500334-447-2131 extras $3800 334-798-Reu'-e P1t n ,:.
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Automatic $5,999 blue, orvetteiginal car like. 1153 Leave msg 4751 Volvo0 7 01 Suv pne1 K" ;C'9uge tC ,, 7|K M,. Ri-
Ctallc850b1Yamaha'05 V-star FordT 'O E% 'pl"rer SIport. r, C.I 4iWD 29*2i5 t.2ae..,.i
S 6 cond. REDUCED Mercedes '73450 SL ATV HONDA 2003 .m6ard Ei4 6$rer an500 29 220 0 6 Date. 12, 1, 2010
$10,995. OBO 334- Convertible Rancher4x4 650 Silverado,Saddle MUSTSELL! Loaded, Black Ex ______t/__
1790 MUST SEE $12,000(h /ooBOP904-368- $2,499 back rest. 8P 2| 0333-3)- Ch1 bfop)haEike new r iT e k 10 0007 an or Blde
1 .S E.- 200 OBO' .-- 4797-6001 gar. kept $3750 obo Call 850-210-4166 $350 334-792-8018
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BMW 04 3251 3 8 rCRF70eExcellent a Yamaha "08 R6 F250 SuperV On Tuesday, Decem-
BMW 04 251 93K m H/ ops Condition $925 R..-r Ei r, Tra. k04 CATAPILLAR TH Ford '02 F250 Super 14 at 9 AM, the
ried. reoe l.eatne chalk brown, ,34-798-337 R- ,Ld 1 J, Li:U ,f E,-r aS A 36. 6iFI.TELE. Duty Automatic. Jackson County
r. 1.' O PWR/B, winws, .C., SCOPE. 02 hr. I2re 1999 Ford Windstar Triton 5.4V-8 Board of Coun
93k 21i. $10.900 B00 ant. auto, AC, 1 4.42.?15-0 i Lull. i45i.0:0 frm 334. Van LX, Chestnut col- LIKE NEW! 15,800 mi. Commissioners wil
C.ai.ll 4.256.49 B .5985 upgraded sound - -! C all f..r derai- FORD '08 Escape 686-2150 or, quad seeing, du- $9,800. 334-790-7959 hold its regular
J- sytem, car cover & .white, limited al sliding doors, A/C
J Cruiser I'Q PT top storage rack, ." Yamaha 'u7 V .St r edition, leather int, 15 CLUBCAR GULF is 5 yrs old, very rlil- FORD'02 LARIAT meeting at 2864 Mad-
S'. L.eathr,rsurr.,3,f clean, well main- I .0'0 11. mi(. m V loaded, 6disc-CD CARTS 2066 MODELS able, needs body- F250 Diesel, Crew ison Street, Marian-
Lo,:., Tre 3,395. tainted w/ records. r,-r I',r-. rand e-.r player, heated seat W/08 BATTERIES work, $2800 Cab, 123K miles na, Florida.
Ca 1850 ? .141 .6 *REDUCED $11,500. ,a :k ;rl pa, ff ,:f 60K mi, $16,295. $1,750. EA. 678-6568 334-798-0576 $16,000 334-687-9983
4 334-792-9789 Harley 06 Sportser XL $ "t':.,62. Call 334-794-4731 FINISHING MOFord 04 RangerXLT In accordance with
BMW'0532 od 1200C, 3940k mi, 2 2071/718-5069 after 161 FINISHING MOW- Chevy ASTO'97 con' or anger, the Americans with
BMW05, 325 Sedan, seat screaming ea- 4pm ER $600. 334-678-6568 version Van raised blue, V6 speed man, Disabilities Act, per-
etan leaer,roield YMAH V-star 0 HP of loaded, new ew tires, toolbox, sons needing special
45k mi, one owner, a m6., 334.,-.?46' YAMAHAS'08 V-sN TRACTOR 500 54ki,$6890odation to
$14,900 Ford '02 Taurus SE L. Iw miles! Like new! Tu- TIRES $4.50 464 t49, meeting should con-
334-685-6233 Loaded, LIKE NEW! T EA> REUCED $2,250.334- 3 .. tct the Administra-
ONLY 15,1253mile sE U s eCHRYSLER '06 Town
Buick '02 Real LS, NLY 15,125 miles r5454 y T 4430 John Deere w Coutr Van. Exc. ,rs assistant no at-
bronze in color, $6,725. CALL: armeyn004, ab &air', g'a .:..dp- $5er than 5 days prior
leather CD playr, (334) 790-7959 Mercedes-Benz '03 cha ,Ir Yamaha 2004 V-Starr i d ,:.no, iK,s eats as t 7,
leather CD player, C240. White pearl cond 4500 mi 100 Classic. Black & Ford 95 Eplorer pant and tiro. .334-688-5154 Ford'05 Expedition Administrator's as-
PW & seats, $5300 FORD '03 Mustan Ext. w/camel leather bik/chrome intake kit chrome, excellent EXTRA CLEAN! $18,000 334-899-3914 BO. 334-688-5154 Eddie Bauerall op sistant may be con-
850-526-5832 leaGT96000 miles, CD, int. Sun roof, power slip on exhaust lug- condition. $4500 OBO NEW TIRES! $2,950 Dodge '97 Caravan tions, new tires, good tacted at 2864 Madi-
Buck'98 LeSabre le36330(334)494-64ather, PL, PW $8500 sunshade. 6-disc CD gage rack etc. a must 334-618-7525 Call 850-210-4166 ,r 555C Backhoe Needs Minor Repair cond. 1 owner son Street, Marianna,
(BY OWNER) low 36330 (334)494-6480 changer. $11,545 see $13,999 obo FIN D For Sale $13,500 $500 334-596-9273 $14,500. OBO 104K FL, 32448, (850) 482-
miles, leather, load- Ford '05 Crown Vic, 334-718-5251 334)618-3118 Jeep '94 Wrangler Call 334-886-9003 Hwy. mi. 9633, or (800) 955-
ed, new tires, tune- exc. mech. cond., lite robert6500@gmail.co IT very low miles, alum or 334-726-4661 334-347-3441 8771 (TDD).
upnew rsd.$3495 blue, 139k mi, $6750 Mercury '05 Grand in FAST alloy wheels, alterrin
upnew rad.$850- 3495 blue, 139k mi, $6750 Maercury '0LS whit5 Gend m FA tires, new cd player, 6X12 enclosed trailer GMC '95, Conversion Ford 86 Bronco 2 2 NIW a I I?
OBO 850-592- OBO 405-615- leathquis LS, wte, Harley Davidson 02 IN new front seats, w/1 side door & dbl Van, new A/C, runs runs, good body,
2832/693-6835 1099/850-573-3426 lats iseatwo Sportster 1200 cus- THE black & gold color, doors in back $1900 grt, $2500 S & M Au- 4W/D, new parts,
Cadilac '07 DTS fully dash trim 170.780 tom lk mile, HE $7,500. OBO new cond. 850-933- to Sales 850-774- rebuilt engine, $2400 Ct tlt a
loaded, leather int.,, f . i n. nc. chromed out, $6500. CLASSIFIE DS 334-792-1994 9228/643-8312 9189/850-774-9186 OBO 334-794-5780
loaded, leather lot. ' 'e r .4
tan in color, 29K mi. - 34. -93 0. 134 Call334-691-3468
$21,000. 334-693-3980 or 334-701-3855
Mustang '68 good
CADILLAC -'05 .:.:,7 cres l grPw r. r pnn.
DeVille Dts loaded n-r,..1. re.r, ut engine .-
toryith naoonroof& dvd, hefac Ford 06 F250 diesel 1:0. 33. 3 4913 ..

way miles, $9500 obo rd..6 ',5
33E4- 97-2 0 b power. low mileage. -. Harley Davidson '03
334-797-2320 exc cond. asking ulari Classic. Black &
Cadillac '89 Seville, $31,900. obo. 5 4 Pur pie custom paint. 1
STS, special edition, Call 334-393-0343 11Ma5. chrome. Garage
pearl white, 138K mi, Ford 06' Focus SES 4- I 12K ml $14,500
runs great. $1700. dr. red, auto, leather, Nissan ,, al a.;.,1
334-648-3171 sun roof, spoiler, like 205 Liter. Harley Davidson "05
Cadillac '99 Deville new 51K mi. $7,900 Priced to Sell! $5,950. 12i,,)C 1 ', ,T,, i'""
white w/ tan leather OBO 334-389-3071 or Call 850-210-4166 irn e'-,Ira..ier, .67,: "
int. new tires, air & 334-726-9500 Nissan '07 350Z C- C a 4 .1-f I
front end. good conod Ford 10 Explorer Convertible. Black &
$3,600. 334-774-5333 Eddie Bauer edition Tan 6-speed. 25,500 -



Camaro 02 Z28, 5spd new ae & Harley Davidsn '08 CARPET "
gar. kept $8900 OBO $4500 OB 334-770- Nissan '10 Rogue SL, ry Ed. Very low miles00 yourdho*ePo FRMouCoCHRooFI



LK White 100K n thr n od, with e5,300 FLTC w/saide ran, 'Dump Truck by VARIETY OF CAKES T 0IS MONT'S SPECIAL *Metal Roofing
S $9800 334-4461943 lent condition o08 334-794-2665 or __...... ........_I_0_ __r_
.- or 205-799-8988 asking $20,500 OBO. 334-805-0810 Demoliti LMX Dry Foam s I 32 Years in Business (850) 209-9395 Loxali .fnvafiactured
Call 334-714-9809 Harley Davidson 1992 Estraetionmnl Etrc.o Free Estimates
CHEVROLETrr 0 tR0 Oldsmobile 04 Alero mid 50's K/KH exc. Retention Ponds System. Licensed & Insured : I
C rvette TORCH RED low miles, very nice, cond. $5,500. 080 Maid/H'ifekeepin '
Cortte33C RD g 1* Grading No fuss


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SPEED PADDLE SHIFT Toota 07 Pri- *Leveling No muss
LOADED 10,500 miles, Black, 61k, ExI. Cond, Top Soil Fill Dirt No odor House INTERIOR HOME REPAIRS
$49,500, TopSoi FillDit No odor .
(334)268-3900 Honda Civic GPS, backup camera, -. Grave r Office PAINTING BY
CLEAN NICE CAR! JBL sound, tint, great Gravel or Off c ePAINTING
RUNS GOOD!$3,495 gas mileage, trans- Land Clearing ~jR Cleaning Free Estimates HOMEWORKS FREE ESTIMATES
S Call 850-210-4166 terable warranty, Harley Davidson 98' Call Debra "Neat Edging, Beautification NO JOBS TOO SMA
n eLincoln 07aKZing ex. cond. orange, Since 1960 Panhandle Carpet Fre Full Coverage, of Your Home" P
Lincoln '07 MKZ, $14,500. 080 loaded, Must See! Free
Light tanw/bege in- Cal 334-470-3292 $8,000. 334-791-4799 Cleaning Estimates A Beautiful Job Carpentry/Painting.
seats, ABS, side Toyota Matrix '06 1- Yamaha '99 XVS1100 P.O. Box 6198 Every Time!" Installations s _
Chewolet 74 El airbags, 37k mi, NA- owner 34K mi. red, 42K mi. Asking $3200 Marianna, FL 32447 ee reRes General Repairs am9
C$amin55o0 e 08 4 DA $21,175 sell for dealer maintained, OBO 334-726-1215 or 1_S_ 1-800-768-9235 Available CALL RAY Ge el Ce cf b
17a1no.00 -o-055_ $ 033 3973BO47 212;(850) 482-2706 15 1-m H.800 Long, Jr. B E
Needs minor work. $17,900 850-814-0155 $12,800. 334-803-3397 334-477-3152 850-526-2336
$5500 0B0334-699-Over 30 Yrs. Exp. IWabm- s
1366 or 797-6925 And Insured 5 82alO
Conv. 35th Anniv Ed Services Bulldozing Installation Home Improvement
Auto New top/New A i
tires, Exc. Condition m I MAPHIS HAPPY HOME
$7300 334-596-9966 FLOORING, Inc REPAIR
ILand Cloarling, Inc. InstaNation 25 Years Experience
ALTHA, FL Services For Floor To Roof
HEAT & 850-RCE 2-90 Carpet Wood Big Or Small Jobs
WEFFE Ce S E Tile Laminate WELCOME
C40 0a LMA Vinyl Same Day
RVUM pPOWtM m Emergency Service
chevy '04 Impala AWmIBIAnOW FREE QUOTES
RUNS GOOD! 2900 Borden St. a asmror'SM
Newly Built 2 0 YEARSuMu Call CirisI
Transmission! $3,950 (8504824594 (850)5737482
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