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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 14, 2010
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates: 30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Volume 87 Number 24,


A MEDIA GENERAL NEWSPAPER


Elderly man loses home to fire


STAFF REPORT
A malfunction in a wood fur-
nace is believed to be responsible
for a fire that destroyed the home
of an elderly Graceville resident
Friday, according to Jackson
County Fire Rescue Chief Tony
Wesley.


The brick home of Gaston
"Junior" Shiver was discovered to
be on fire around 10 a.m. by his
son, who lives in the vicinity of
Shiver's home on New Hope
Circle south of town.
He yelled out to his father when
he saw the smoke, Wesley said.


Shiver got out unharmed. Believed
to be in his 80s, Wesley said Shiver
sometimes uses a wheelchair and
is on oxygen. He is reportedly
staying with one of his children in
the aftermath of the fire.
Crews from Jackson County
Fire Rescue, Graceville and


Campbellton volunteer units, and
the Chipley Fire Department
helped put the fire out.
Wesley cautioned residents to
take extra precautions with heat
sources, as cold weather continues
to plague the Panhandle.
Make sure heaters are working


properly and that cords and plugs
and are not damaged, he urged,
and keep them far enough away
from combustibles. Check smoke
detectors to ensure they are work-
ing and make sure furnaces or
other heating equipment has
received appropriate maintenance.


Bascom


".Malone fire



WNWdepartments


,will merge

iReasons include

increase in training


In this Dec. 3 photo, passengers wait outside the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport in Panama City,
Fla. There's no bustle at this new international airport in the Florida Panhandle: Many flights have empty seats,
the security line's a breeze, and ticket agents outnumber passengers at times. AP Photo/Melissa Nelson



No bustle at new airport


BY MELISSA NELSON
ASSOCIATED PRESS
PANAMA CITY
BEACH, Fla. There's no
bustle at this new interna-
tional airport in the Florida
Panhandle: Many flights
have empty seats, the secu-
rity line's a breeze, and tick-
et agents outnumber passen-
gers at times.
Northwest Florida
Beaches International
Airport opened in May,
soon after the Gulf of
Mexico oil spill. It sits on
4,000 acres donated by the
St. Joe Co., a land develop-
er that's hoping one day to.
transform another 72,000
acres of surrounding pine
and swampy forests into a
bustling tourism and aero-
space corridor.
The airport offers 19
daily flights on Delta and
Southwest to Atlanta,
Baltimore, Houston,
Memphis, Nashville and
Orlando, but those flights
were only about 60 percent


full on average in October
- compared to a national
average of 83 percent.
Some see weak passenger
numbers as a sign the air-
port should never have been
built.
There's even speculative
talk that Southwest may
pull out when its three-year
deal with St. Joe expires in
2013: The airline has a
$1.42 billion deal to acquire
Airtran, which flies to
Pensacola, the Florida
Panhandle's most-populat-
ed region. Southwest
spokeswoman Christi
McNeill says the airline is
committed to the airport,
but declined to discuss
specifics.
Meanwhile, grumbling
about the airport by detrac-
tors continues.
"There was never a trans-
portation need for that air-
port," said Linda Young,
director of the Clean Water
Network of Florida and a
longtime foe. "This was
always a real-estate deal."
St. Joe, a former' timber


company, says it envisions
creating a future aerospace
hub capitalizing on the
Panhandle's many military
bases and on making the
area a world-class tourism
destination, based on the
region's pristine white
sands.
Skimpy passenger num-
bers haven't deterred. the'
airport's boosters.
"The passenger numbers
we are seeing now are very
much in line with what we
had expected," said Dan
Rowe, president of the
Panama City Convention
and Visitors Bureau. He
said he expects passenger
volume to rise gradually.
Not that the Gulf oil spill
exactly helped.
Industry analysts say the
airport's May 23 opening -
one month after the BP's
Deepwater Horizon well
exploded in the Gulf and
began sending oil globs
toward Florida's Gulf
beaches is partly to
blame for the sluggish first
six months.


Now the visitors bureau
and Southwest plan a winter
tourism campaign hoping to
bolster passenger numbers
from the .Northeast.
, Indeed, the airport is
inviting with its views of
secluded pine forests and a
30-minute drive to prime
beach retreats.
Frequent flyer Phyllis
Clark relishes the airport's
slower pace.
"I feel like I've stepped
back in time. This is great.
There aren't any crowds,"
Clark said, rolling her suit-
case down an empty airport
sidewalk.
St. Joe CEO Britton
Greene told The Associated
Press in June that the open-
ing in the midst of the oil
spill "couldn't have come at
worse time'."
But Greene said recently
that his vision of turning the
Panama City region into
Florida's next hot spot for
development remains
unchanged.
See AIRPORT, Page 5A >1


costs,


requirements


for volunteers


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Bascom Volunteer
Fire Department plans to
disband and merge with the
Malone Volunteer Fire
Department, according to
Bascom Fire Chief Clark E.
Riddle. A vote to do so was
taken in early December.
Riddle said the main rea-
sons for the merger concern
the costs associated with
ever-increasing training
standards for volunteers.
The private, not-for-prof-
it Bascom fire. department
is made up mainly of work-
ing people who have to pay
for training out of their own
pockets, and try to juggle.
the training with their busy
personal lives. Training
standards currently require
firefighters to dedicate
more than five 40-hour
weeks of their own time to
meet the requirements.
There are other require-
merits that make things dif-
ficult, Riddle said, includ-
ing the fact that firefighters
can't go into a burning
building without at least
four people on the scene.
There are only three volun-
teers now active in the
Bascom unit. Merging with
Malone will make it more
likely that enough firefight-
ers will be available at a
given time.
The two units constantly
support each other already,
Riddle said, and more
Malone volunteers have the
required certification for
interior firefights. The


Malone department is state-
recognized, he said, while
Bascom is not because of
the training issue.
The merger will formal-
ize their relationship and
put the Bascom station in
compliance with standards
needed for state recogni-
tion. All Bascom firefight-
ing equipment will stay
with the Bascom Fire
Station, but both the station
and the equipment will
undergo a name change.
The Bascom Fire Station
will become Malone
Station'No. 2, the Bascom
fire engine will become
Malone engine No. 2, and
the Bascom tanker will
become Malone tanker No.
2.
All Bascom Volunteer
Fire Department members
have already joined the
Malone Volunteer Fire
Department and are moni-
toring the Malone pager.
The two stations, as in
the past, will be dispatched
and respond together,
depending on the nature
and location of the call. The
Malone volunteer officer in
charge will decide whether
to send all units to a given
call.
The Bascom volunteers
are on the Jackson County
Commission's agenda this
morning with a request
related to the anticipated
merger.

See MERGE, Page 5A >


Mother deals with pregnancy and cancer


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jana Rednour was work-
ing at her bank job in mid-
November when she felt a
pain so sharp, she doubled
over.
About 31 weeks preg-
nant, she feared the pain in
her left side had something
to do with the baby.
She was rushed to
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital and doctors start-
ed running tests.
The baby was fine. But
she was not. In a matter of
20 minutes, her reality had
turned upside down.
Doctors told her she had
a large mass of cancerous
cells on her left kidney. It


would have to come out as
soon as possible, which
meant the baby must be
delivered early. Within 24
hours, she was lying in a
bed at Shands at the
University of Florida in
Gainesville.
Her baby boy, Josiah,
came into the world on
Nov. 22 weighing 4
pounds, 14 ounces.
A week later, his moth-
er's left kidney was
removed and, because of
another malignant mass,
her thyroid' and some-
lymph nodes were also-,
taken out. Rednour is fin-
ishing a round of daily
radiation treatments, and
has started weekly
chemotherapy sessions.


She had her second dose
Monday morning, and said
later in the day that it "was-
n't fun," but was tolerable.
Nausea is the worst side
effect so far, she said.
She is able .to hold and
feed her newborn every
day, a fact she's thankful
for, and she gets to see her
older son, 20-month-old
J.J., every weekend. During
the week, J.J. is at home
with his dad, John. The two
come see her and the new
baby .brother when John's
workweek is done.
Baby Josiah remains in
the neonatal Intensive Care
Unit at Shands and contin-
ues to improve. He gained
almost a pound by Monday,
now weighing in at 5


pounds, 9 ounces.
He still experiences sud-
den drops in his heart rate, a
result of being delivered
early, and doctors will keep
him in the hospital until he
has a week without any
drops.
His mother hopes he can
come home by Christmas.
With her radiation treat-
ments now completed, she
could start commuting for
treatment, but will stay put
until her son is out of the
woods.
The Rednour family
moved back to Jana's
hometown of Marianna
from Tallahassee just a few
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son, Josiah.
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Getting It


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


Tuesday, Dec. 14
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.-
in Marianna, will have a December Special
Sale on Dec. 14 and 16 Half price on all
Christmas items and women's/children's
shoes. Hours are Tuesday and Thursday, 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. Shop closes for the holidays
Dec. 21; re-opens Jan. 4.
The Republican Club of West Florida
meets at noon in Jim's Buffet & Grill,
Marianna. Guest speaker: Rev. Eddie Eaton,
pastor, West Pittman Baptist Church, dis-
cussing "Christians, Politics and
Christmas." Call 718-5411 or 352-4984.
The Optimist Club of Jackson County
board meets at noon in First Capital Bank,
Marianna.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
Teresa Carver teaches free Latin dance
classes, 3:15 p.m. Tuesday at Jackson
County Senior Citizens, 2931 Optimist Dr.,
Marianna. Call 482-5028.
The Marianna One Stop Center offers a
free workshop, "Hospitality," 5:30 to 6:30
p.m. at 4636 Hwy. 90 East, Rim Plaza, Suite
E, Marianna. Call 718-0326.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Marianna
Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6 to 8 p.m. in the
First United Methodist Church Youth Hall,
ClintQn Street, behind% the Marianna Post
Office. Call 272-7068.
The Autism Support Group's December
meeting has been cancelled. The group will
meet 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011,
in the First Presbyterian Church Fellowship
Hall in Marianna (Clinton Street entrance,
across from Hancock Bank). Call 526-2430.
Marianna's American Legion Smith Kelly
Post 100, 3227 US Hwy. 90 West in
Marianna, hosts its -annual Christmas
Smoked Steak Dinner at 7 p.m., with door
prizes, and music from Roger Whitaker. All
veterans and spouses are invited. R.S.V.P. to
482-3744 (leave name, number attending).
Cost: $10 per person.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8 to 9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
Wednesday, Dec. 15
Eldercare Services will be giving out
USDA and Brown Bag food, 8 a.m. at 4297
Liddon St., Marianna.
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open-9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Marianna One Stop Center offers a
free workshop, "Budgeting," 10 to 11 a.m. at
4636 Hwy.'90 East, Rim Plaza, Suite E,


Marianna. Call 718-0326.
Alcoholics' Anonymous (open meeting),
noon to 1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room:
Thursday, Dec. 16
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.
in Marianna, will have a December Special
Sale on Dec. 14 and 16 Half price on all
Christmas items and women's/children's
shoes. Hours are Tuesday and Thursday, 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. Shop closes for the holidays
Dec. 21; re-opens Jan. 4.
A short Tai Chi for Arthritis class is
offered at the Jackson County Senior
Citizens center, 3:15 p.m. Wear flat shoes
and loose, comfortable clothing. No charge.
Call 557-5644.
The University of Florida IFAS Extension
Workshop, "Wild Hogs in Florida Using
New Technology to Reduce Hog
Populations," is 5 to 7 p.m. at the Jackson
County Extension Office, with speakers,
refreshments, displays and information.
Learn about wild hogs in Florida and new
technologies used for trapping large num-
bers of them. Fee: $5. Call 850-674-8323.
Jackson County NAACP meets, 5:30
p.m. at 2880 Orange St., Marianna (behind
Bryant Enterprises). Call 482-3766, 569-
1294.
Jackson County Quilters' Guild Alford
Sit-n-Sew is the first and third Thursdays of
the month, 6 to 8 p.m. at the American
Legion Hall, Alford. Anyone interested in
quilting or sewing is welcome. Call 579-
4146 or 394-7925.
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. 17
Staff and international English learners
from the Jackson County Public Library
Learning Center invite the public to
International Chat-n-sip, 8:30 to 10 a.m. at
the library's Marianna branch, 2929 Green
St. Call 482-9124.
The Annual Hope School Christmas.
Program is at 9:30 a.m. All classes will par-
ticipate. All parents/guardians are invited.
Christmas lunch will also be served this day.
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.
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.
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. 18
The Jackson County Health Department
Closing the Gap Cardiovascular Disease
Program presents a free yoga class, 8:30
a.m. at Integras Therapy & Wellness Center,
4230 Lafayette St., Marianna. Call 482-6221.
Author Dale Cox will be signing copies of
his latest release, "Christmas in 2 Egg,"
between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. at Chipola River
Book & Tea, 4402 Lafayette St. in downtown
Marianna.
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.
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.
Heavens Garden Worship Center pres-
ents "Christmas from the Heart," a concert
by David Hugo and special guests Malachi, 7
p.m. in the Cottondale Community Center,
2666 Front St., Cottondale. Free admission.
Call 579-9963.
Monday, Dec. 20
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 Chipola Nursing Pavillion, 4294
Third Ave. in Marianna, is collecting non-
perishable food items for the Chipola Family
Ministries Food Pantry through Monday,
Dec. 20. Call 526-3191.
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 Alford Community Organization
meets the third Monday of each month at 6
p.m. in the Alford Community Center. New
members from The Town of Alford and sur-
rounding communities are invited to join.
Call 579-4482, 638-4900 or 579-5173.
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


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing inci-
dents for _
Dec. 12, the ~' -"-
latest avail- ,. ..
able report: ,CIME
One aban- -
doned vehi-
cle, one suspicious vehicle,
one police escort, one
highway obstruction, one
verbal disturbance, two
prowlers, one panic alarm,
eight traffic stops, one tres-
passing complaint and one
public service call.

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


Fire/Rescue reported the
following incidents for
Dec. 12, the latest available
report: Two accidents,
three abandoned vehicles,
one reckless driver, five
suspicious vehicles, one
suspicious person, one
escort, one highway.
obstruction, one physical
disturbance, one verbal dis-
turbance, one structure fire,
one vehicle fire, 11 med-
ical calls, two traffic crash-
es, two burglar alarms, one
panic alarm, one fire alarm,
one report of shooting in
the area, four traffic stops,
two larceny complaints,
two follow-up investiga-
tions, one animal com-
plaint, three assists of
motorists or pedestrians,


four public service calls,
one transport, one open
door/window checked and
three threat/harassment
complaints.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
Tameka Hayes, 29,
9322 Front Beach Road,
Panama City Beach, driv-
ing while license suspend-
ed or revoked, hold for
Washington County.
Evan Hernandez, 25,
2405 Dilmore Road,
Cottondale, criminal mis-
chief.


Marco Dominguez, 22,
2009 River Road, Sneads,
no valid driver's license,
tag attached hot assigned.
Lola Hogans, 56, 2953
Sunrise Road, Marianna,
battery-domestic violence.
Valentina Boykin, 21,
1967 Park Ave., Sneads,
battery.
Jasmine Hawkins, 22,
1942 Park Ave., Sneads,
hold for Gadsden County.
Angelina Ahilon, 36,
P.O. Box 1265 Sneads,
neglect of a child.
Christina Pumphrey,
33, 4276 Laflorida Lane,
Marianna, driving under
the influence.
Tameka Williams, 47,
4367 Kent Drive,
Marianna, for felony crimi-


nal mischief.
Jose Boxtha, 26, 258
Pine Tree Lane, Defuniak
Springs, no valid driver's
license.
Wallace Walker, 47,
5217 Deer Lane, Marianna,
breach of the peace (disor-
derly conduct), possession
of, controlled substance-
cannabis, introduction of
contraband into a correc-
tional facility (cannabis).
JAIL POPULATION:
182
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Sneads ag teacher selected for educator award


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Stanley Scurlock, agri-
cultural educator at Sneads
High School, is one of 33
individuals nationwide
who received the Teachers
Turn the Key Award, given
Dec. 4 at the National
Association of
Agricultural Educators
annual convention in Las
Vegas.
The TTKA program is a
scholarship to allow early
career agricultural educa-
tors to attend the annual
NAAE convention, giving
them an opportunity to
become involved with their
professional association on


a national level. TTTK
participants take part in a
special programming
geared toward early career
agricultural educators.
Scurlock has been the
agriculture educator at
Sneads High School since
2007. His goal in teaching
is to show students the rel-
evance of agriculture in
their lives. He believes it is
his duty to enhance stu-
dents' understanding of
how broad the field of
agriculture is. To achieve
this, Scurlock uses a vari-
ety of teaching strategies,
including classroom
instruction, interactive
labs, hands-on activities,


research and on-the-job
training. With a variety of
activities, students will be
able to understand not only
agriculture, but the fields
associated with it.
"1 believe that agricul-
ture is the backbone of civ-
ilization and that there are
many disciplines associat-
ed with it," Scurlock said.
"Students need to under-
stand that agriculture
involves not only farming
and livestock production,
but all the phases of pro-
ducing, processing, mar-
keting and delivering of
these products to the con-
sumer."
Each TTKA winner


received a plaque and a
scholarship to cover con-
vention registration, travel
expenses and housing dur-
ing the NAAE conference
in Las Vegas. Dodge Ram
truck sponsors the TTTK
program as a special proj-
ect of the National FFA
Foundation.
NAAE is the profes-
sional association for agri-
cultural educators. The
mission of NAAE is "pro-
fessionals providing agri-
cultural education for the
global community through
visionary leadership,
advocacy, and service."
The NAAE office is locat-
ed in Lexington, Ky.


Sneads High School
agricultural
educator Stanley
SScurlock, left,
receives the
National
Association of
Agricultural
Educators Teachers
Turn the Key Award
from NAAE
President Ray Nash
Dec. 4 in Las
Veas. --
Contributec photo

FLORIDA LOTTERY


Chipola artist series season tickets on sale


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

The Freddy Cole Quartet
in concert, the third event in
the Chipola College Artist
Series, will be presented
Feb. 7, 2011.
Individual event tickets,
$12 for adults and $8 for
ages 18 and under, go on
sale Jan. 24 in the Chipola
business office.
Freddy Cole, a Grammy
nominee in his own right,
makes no apology for


Freddy Cole


sounding like
his brother,
Nat King
Cole. A mas-
ter vocalist
and pianist,
Cole will
captivate lis-
teners with
his warm
presence,


subtle phrasing and world
class jazz. He' has been
charming audiences in the
United States and abroad


for more than 40 years.
Freddy's music education
began at Chicago's
Roosevelt Institute, contin-
ued with degrees from the
Juilliard School of Music in
New York and the New
England Conservatory of
Music. He hit the thriving
jazz scene of New York
City, learning the ropes
from such influential men-
tors as 'drummer Sonny
Greer. For information, visit
www.freddycole.com.


The Manhattan Piano
Trio closes the 2010-11 sea-
son on March 17, 2011. The
Trio has become one of the
most creative, exciting and
dynamic young ensenibles
in the United States. The
group uses piano, violin and
cello as their, individual
instruments of expression to
present classical, romantic
and contemporary music.
For information, visit
www.manhattanpianotrio.c
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brisk December day in Marianna. Hundreds of Golson students got in the spirit of the season with a Dec. 8 preview
of Chipola Show Choir's "Jazzmatazz Christmas." The show runs Dec. 9-12, and tickets are on sale in the Chipola
Fine Arts Building or at the theater box office 30 minutes prior to show time. Guests are asked to bring a can of food
to the concert for donation to local food banks. For information, call 718-2277 or e-mail pricea@chipola.edu. -
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Jailed man hides pot in sock


STAFF REPORT

Originally taken to jail
on a charge of breaching
the peace,
Marian na
resident
Wallace Wal
Walker Jr.
faced new
trouble when
officers
allegedly Wallace
found a small Walker Jr.
bag of mari-
juana in his sock when he
got to jail.
It started when a deputy
was called to Walker's resi-


Airport
Continued From Page 1A
In October 2009, St. Joe
and Southwest announced
an agreement to bring the
low-cost carrier to the new
airport. The land developer
said it would pay the air-
line's fuel costs if Southwest
fails to break even on ticket
purchases during the first
three years. The developer's
stock jumped 6 percent
when the deal was
announced, and continued to
rise despite Florida's slump-
ing economy. The compa-
ny's stock reached $36.62 a
share the same April week
the BP well exploded. It
later plunged lower. Yet
Green sounded upbeat in a


Merge
Continued From Page 1A
Every year, the Jackson
County Commission gives
each volunteer unit a contri-
bution to help it operate.
Bascom is asking the county
to give its 2011 share -
$12,500 to Malone, for a
total of $26,000 for the
merged units. Riddle said
he's sure the two depart-
ments will have no trouble
integrating their operations.
"Volunteer firefighters are


dence on 5217 Deer Lane
in Marianna Saturday on
reports of a verbal alterca-
tion around 4 p.m.
On arrival, the deputy
spoke with Walker's moth-
er, who said her son was
"acting crazy." As the
deputy and Walker's moth-
er spoke, Walker began
yelling. After a crowd gath-
ered across the street, the
officer reported Walker
continued yelling at his
mother and the deputy.
After being cautioned
several times by the deputy,
Walker was arrested on a


recent conference call, tout-
ing the airport's ability to
handle future business for
companies on its 10,000-
foot international runway.
Airline industry analyst
George Hamlin, managing
director of the ACA
Associates consulting firm
in Virginia, said maintaining
Southwest's service appears
key to the airport's develop-
ment.
"Having an international
runway is very advanta-
geous for charter flights and
for cargo service and
Southwest is the top airline
in the nation," Hamlin
noted.
But Mike Boyd, an avia-
tion consultant hired by
Southwest's pilots this year
to study the effect of differ-


people who have good
hearts and want to do some-
thing to help other people,"
Riddle said. 'They're also
usually the people who stop
and help someone fix a flat
tire, or remove a downed
tree from somebody's yard.
We don't expect to have any
problems whatsoever in this
combination."
Once the merger is com-
plete, Riddle plans to retire.
"I'm gladly stepping
down from chief," he said. "I
spent 33 years as a profes-
sional firefighter downstate,


breach of peace-disorderly
conduct charge.
The deputy said he found
a box cutter in Walker's
pocket when he searched
him, and asked if he had
another weapon or any-
thing illegal on his person.
Walker said no. the deputy
reported, and was trans-
ported to jail.
A correctional officer
found a small bag of pot in
Walker's right sock when
Walker was searched while
being admitted to the jail,
according to the complaint
filed against Walker.


ent Southwest acquisition
scenarios, said the airline
could scale back service
before the fuel subsidy ends
if the passengers aren't
there. He said passenger
loads of less than 60 percent
don't make sense for any
airline.
Panama City-area resident
Robert Parrott lit a cigarette
outside the terminal one day
while awaiting a ride after a
"real empty" flight home.
Inside, the only apparent
traveler in the mostly empty
terminal quickly retrieved
his ticket from a computer
kiosk and entered a security
checkpoint with no line.
Parrott said he's all for the
new airport and hopes it
brings jobs, adding, "I think
it's a good deal."


and I was planning to be
done with it when I got here
in 2005, but God had other
plans. I was glad to serve,
but I'm equally glad to not
be chief anymore. We're
going into a win-win situa-
tion, and I'll still be here
helping fight fires."
Bascom Mayor Ann
Bryan agrees that the combi-
nation will be a good thing,
and predicts it could be a
model for other small com-
munities to follow as they
face their own struggles to
meet increasing standards.


Jackson County Floridan Tuesday, December 14, 2010 5A


DCT Student of the Month

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David Cumbie, right, representing Marianna Toyota as Partners for Excellence in
Education for Diversified Career Technology, presents Marianna High School stu-
dent Janna Tharpe with a check for being named DCT Student ofthe Month at
Marianna High School. Janna is employed at Gulf Coast Dermatology as a cleri-
cal aide. She is a senior and the daughter of Rhonda Dykes and Donnie Tharpe.
Linda Basford is the club advisor. Contributed photo


Mother
Continued From Page 1A
weeks before the cancer
was discovered.
The daughter of Virgil
and Sharon Lipford,
Rednour is a 2000 graduate
of Marianna High School
and said she transferred to
Superior Bank's
Blountstown branch a few
weeks ago because she
missed the area, her parents
and other loved ones. Her
father works in the circula-
tion department of the
Jackson County Floridan.
Rednour said her work
family at Superior has been
very supportive and gener-


ous throughout her crisis.
Her bank has opened a
benefit account for her,
something she'll no doubt
need as her sick time has
almost run out and she has
no disability insurance.
With only one income to
count on right now, the
family is beginning to feel
the financial strain, she
acknowledged. The
Rednours purchased a
home in Jackson County,
and have all the other typi-
cal living expenses, in addi-
tion to costs associated with
medical care. Her husband
stayed by her side for three
weeks, but was forced to go
back to work to keep some
money coming in for
household expenses.


Monetary donations can
be made to the Jana
Rednour fund at any
Superior Bank branch.
Despite the financial
strain, Rednour said she
feels enriched by the love
and support she has
received since her ordeal
started.
Friends and family mem-
bers have rallied around
her, and she's extremely
grateful. Her mother stays
with her on many week-
ends, and friends have
offered a constant flow of
reassurance and caring
thoughts.
"I really just want every-
one to know how much the
prayers and love have
meant to us," she said.


OBITUARIES


James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, Fl 32446
482-2332
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Charles E.
Jones

Charles E. Jones, 81, of
Sneads died Saturday, Dec.
11, 2010, in Marianna.
Mr. Jones was born in
Washington County and
lived most of his life in
Jackson County. He was a
Master Mason and a mem-
ber of Gee Lodge No. 21 for
more than 40 years. Mr.
Jones was a member of the
Sneads First Free Will Bap-
tist Church, where he
served as a senior deacon
for many years.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, Wil-
liam Stevie Jones and
Maudie Boyette Jones; and
one brother, William Clin-
ton Jones.
Mr. Jones is survived by
his wife of 62 years, LaVelle
Scott Jones; one son, Bill
[ones and wife Jennifer of
Panama City; one daugh-
ter, Cindy Abel and hus-
band Paul of Sneads; three
grandchildren, Chris Abel
and wife Pati of Sneads,
and William Jones and
Maggie Jones, both of Pan-
ama City; one great-
granddaughter, Faith Abel;
and other extended family.
The funeral service will
be 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 14,


at the Sneads First Free
Will Baptist Church with
Revs. John Jackson and
James Bradley officiating.
Burial will follow in Circle
Hill Baptist Cemetery with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting.
The family will receive
friends Tuesday, Dec 14, at
1 p.m., one hour prior to
services at the church.
In lieu of flowers, memo-
rials may be made to the
First Free Will Baptist
Church, 7970 Davis St.,
Sneads, FL 32460.
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at
www.j amesandsikesfuneral
homes.com.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
www.jamesandsikesfuner
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Howard T.
Neel

Howard T. Neel, 81, of
Port St. Joe died Sunday,
Dec. 12, 2010, in Port St.
Joe.
He retired from St. Joe
Phone Company after 37
years of service.
Mr. Neel was preceded in
death by his wife, Ruthie
Neel in 2003.
Survivors include two
sons, Wayne Neel and wife
Fonda of Tallahassee, and
Virgal Neel and wife Deb-


bie of Beacon Hill; and ex-
tended family Linda Free-
man of Port St. Joe.
The funeral service will
be 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec.
15, at Maddox Chapel with
the Rev. David Fernandez
officiating. Interment will
follow in Vickery Cemetery
with James & Sikes Funeral
Homes Maddox Chapel di-
recting. The family will re-
ceive friends Wednesday,
Dec. 15 at noon, one hour
prior to service, at the fu-
neral home.
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at
www.jamesandsikesfuneral
homes.com.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
www.jamesandsikesfuner
alhomes.comrn

Pamela Ann
Rossner

Pamela Ann Rossner, 47,
of Marianna died Friday,
Dec. 10, 2010, at Jackson
Hospital.
Born Oct. 2, 1963 in Ma-
rianna, Ms. Rossner was a
nurse at Sunland Center.
Survivors include a son,
James Allen Meredith III of
Chipley; a daughter, Hea-
ther Nicole Meredith of
Marianna; her mother,
Margaret Edwina Bukszar,
and one brother, Richard
Michael White, both of
Huntsville, Ala.; and one
sister, Tami Denise


Mulllins of Madison, Ala.
The funeral service will
be 10 a.m. Tuesday, Dec.
14, at Maddox Chapel with
the Rev. Gary Stephens of-
ficiating. Interment will fol-
low at Riverside Cemetery
with James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel of
Marianna directing.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
www.j amesandsikesfuner
alhomes.com




Gary Wayne

Sullivan

Gary Wayne "Kookie" Sul-
livan went to be with the
Lord on Saturday, Dec. 11,
2010, after a short battle
with cancer.
Gary was born to Walter
and Mattie Mayo Sullivan
on Oct. 23, 1945. He gradu-
ated from Marianna High
School in 1963. He married
Wanda Sue Rowan in Octo-
ber 1965, and he entered
the Army shortly there-
after.
He served as a military
police officer until his hon-
orable discharge in Octo-
ber 1967. He joined the
Marianna Police Depart-
ment in November 1967,
where he progressed from
the rank of patrolman to
captain/administrative as-
sistant to the chief over the


course of his illustrious 25
year career. He was an ac-
tive member of the Ma-
rianna First Assembly of
God Church, and his great-
est joy in life was his four
grandchildren.
He was preceded in
death by his parents; one
sister, Eunice; and one
brother, Raymond.
Those left to cherish his
memory include his wife,
Wanda; one son, James
Walter Sullivan of Marian-
na; one daughter and son-
in-law, Deanna and Chris
VanDusen of Montgomery,
La.; brothers, Carl (Margar-
et) Sullivan and David Sul-
livan, both of Marianna;
one sister, Betty (Rev. John)
Broome of Panama City;
four special grandchildren,
Michael, Zackary, Allison,
and Nicholas; and a host of
nieces and nephews.
The funeral service will
be 10 a.m. Tuesday, Dec.
14, at the First Assembly of
God Church with the Rev.
Stephen Potter officiating.
Interment will follow in
Lipford Cemetery, James &
Sikes Funeral Homes Mad-
dox Chapel directing. The
family received friends 5 to
7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 13, at
the First Assembly of God,
Church in Marianna.
The family would like to
thank the Hospice of Emer-
ald Coast; friends and fam-
ily may choose to send
donations to this organiza-
tion in lieu of flowers.
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at
www.jamesandsikesfuneral
homes.corn.


Santa rides with
SWAT for
Pompano parade
Ti-i ASSOCIATED PRESS

POMPANO BEACH,
Fla. Santa had to hitch a
new ride for Pompano
Beach's holiday parade after
city firefighters refused to
drive him on a fire truck, cit-
ing liability concerns. The
firefighters union and city
are at an impasse in contract
negotiations, but union pres-
ident Rich Sandell denies
that the issues are linked. So
the Broward Sheriff's
Office agreed to give Santa
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Florida braces for chilly couple of days


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MIAMI Floridians,
brace yourselves for a chilly
couple of days.
An arctic front has made
its way to the state, threaten-
ing subfreezing tempera-
tures Monday night. The
frigid weather is expected to
linger until at least midweek.
Gov. Charlie Crist has
declared a state of emer-


agency to relax restrictions in
getting harvested crops
moved to processing centers
before the cold kills them.
State officials are urging
residents to use safe heating
sources and bring pets
inside. And the Florida
Highway Patrol warns that
it's illegal to leave a car run-
ning even if it does keep
the inside toasty while you
make a quick stop.


Coyotes prowling in southwest Fla.


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


CORTEZ, Fla. -
Residents of this central
Florida fishing village are
keeping a closer eye on their
pets. The reason? Coyotes
are believed to have killed
about 60 pets over the past


few months.
Authorities in Manatee
County offer this advice:
Keep the pets inside and
lock up the trash and any
outdoor pet food. Most of
all, don't feed the coyotes.
Coyote sightings can be
reported to wildlife officials.









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13 in Bowling Green, Ohio. The wintry weather, with blowing snow that severely lim-
ited visibility, wreaked havoc on air and road travel. AP Photo/JD Pooley

Snow in NW Indiana traps

more than 70 motorists


BY TOM COYNE
ASSOCIATED PRESS

LAPORTE, Ind. -
Authorities worked Monday
to reach more than 70
motorists in snow-covered
northwest Indiana who were
trapped in their cars in biting
temperatures.
LaPorte County sheriff's
Deputy Andy Hynek said
officials don't know exactly
how many people were
stranded, but some had been
stuck for as long as 12 hours.
The heavy lake effect
snow in northern Indiana
was part of a slow-moving
storm that has been crawling
across the Midwest since
Friday night. The storm
dumped nearly 2 feet of
snow in parts of Minnesota
and Wisconsin before mov-
ing into Michigan and
Indiana. Monday, it stretched
further east, with snow in
parts of Ohio, Pennsylvania
and New York.
Northwest Indiana was
hardest hit Monday, with up
to 16 inches of lake effect
snow in some areas around
LaPorte. Lake effect snow
develops when cold air rush-
es over the warmer water in
Lake Michigan. About 70
vehicles were trapped by
snow drifts Monday morning
on a section of Indiana 2 in
the Valparaiso area. Police
said they were found warm
and safe in their vehicles.
Crews were using front-
end loaders to remove drifts
on U.S. 30, where other driv-


ers were trapped overnight,
state highway department
spokesman Jim Pinkerton
said. Sections of Indiana 2
and U.S. 30 were closed, and
with winds of up to 30 mph,
LaPorte and Porter counties
issued emergency orders
telling drivers to stay off
county roads as well.
"As soon as the plows go
through an area, the wind is
blowing fresh snow right
back into the roads,"
Pinkerton said. "It is just real-
ly difficult for us to keep up
against that wind and snow."


At least 11 deaths in four
states have been attributed to
the storm. Four people died
in traffic accidents, and a 79-
year-old man snow-blowing
the end of his driveway in
western Wisconsin was
killed when a plow truck
backed into him. Four men
in Michigan and one in
Minnesota died after shovel-
ing or blowing snow, and
Kennenth Swanson, 58, 'of
rural River Falls, Wis., died
when a metal shed collapsed
from the snow, pinning him
under about 3 feet of snow.


Tax bill faces Senate


BY DAVID ESPO
AP SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT

WASHINGTON -
Legislation to avert a Jan. 1
increase in income taxes for
millions of Americans won
overwhelming support in a
Senate test vote on Monday,
backed by an uneasy and
unusual alliance of the
White House and lawmak-
ers in both parties.
Senate passage, expected
within a day or two, would
set up a final showdown in
the House between
President Barack Obama
and liberals in his own
party who want the White
House to scale back the bil-
lions the bill includes in
relief ticketed for the rich.
Despite strong criticism
from fellow Democrats,
Obama has made passage
of the bill a key year-end
priority, essential for the
economy as it struggles to
recover from the worst
recession in decades.
In the Senate, Majority
Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev.,
and his GOP counterpart,
Mitch McConnell of


Kentucky, were joint spon-
sors of the bill, a symbolic
gesture of bipartisanship on
an issue that produced
nothing but gridlock until
midterm elections gave
Republicans additional
leverage in negotiations.
"We're telling the
American people to keep
money that's rightfully
theirs, so they can spend it
and invest it as they please,"
said McConnell.
In a jab at Democrats, he
added, "This is an impor-
tant shift, and the White
House should be applauded
for agreeing to it."
Sen. Max Baucus, D-
Mont., who chairs the
Senate Finance Committee,
said, "This bipartisan com-
promise is about creating
jobs. Extending middle
class tax cuts will help cre-
ate jobs. ... Job creation
needs to be our number one
priority."
The bill needed 60 votes
to clear a procedural hur-
dle. It achieved that level
quickly in a long roll call,
although no final tally was
expected for hours.


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Cowboys and Vikes win


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
Marianna Recreation
Department football is still
going strong at Optimist
Park, as the undefeated
Vikings took on the
Dolphins Thursday night.
When the final whistle
sounded, it was'all Vikings
22-6. The Cowboys picked
up their second win of the
season at the expense of the
Saints Thursday night, also
at Optimist Park. The
Cowboys held on for a 24-
20 victory.
In the first quarter of.the
Vikings-Dolphins game,
Tyler White ran back a punt
return for 40 yards to pick
up the first points of the
game. The extra point
failed, but the Vikings had
set the tone of the game
early. Later in the same


quarter, White again took
it, this time for 19 yards for
a touchdown. Quaidd
VanHuss converted on the
run for the two points,
making it a 14-0 game at
the half.
The second half saw the
Vikings score on a two-
yard run by Will Nance.
Kelton Gilbert converted
and the Vikings had a com-
manding 22-0 lead. The
Dolphins battled back and
erased the goose egg on a
30-yard run by Eric
Watford.
The conversion failed, but
the Dolphins had narrowed
the lead 22-6, which is
where the game would end.
The Vikings are 5-0 on
the season, with the
Dolphins at 1-4.
In their game, the
Cowboys received the
opening kickoff and drove


the distance to score on a
35-yard pass from Alex
Edwards to Joshua Walker.
The conversion attempt
failed, but the Cowboys led
6-0 early in the game.
The Saints answered
quickly with a 30-yard
touchdown run by Werlean
Pollock to tie the game at
six.
The second quarter went
in favor of the Cowboys
with a pair of touchdowns.
Alex Edwards scored on a
50-yard run with the con-
version failing. Then
Edwards again went 57
yards to put the Cowboys
up 18-6.
The Saints battled back
at the end of the second
quarter and scored on a 45-
yard run by Fred Ward.
Laurence Glover converted
on the extra point to make
it an 18-14 game at the


half.
Both teams were held off
the scoreboard in the third
quarter. In the fourth quar-
ter, the Saints scored on a
two-yard run by Pollock to
give them a 20-18 lead.
Matthew Shouse eventu-
ally found Alex Edwards on
a 30-yard spiral to give the
Cowboys a 24-18 lead. The
Saints had the opportunity to
score late in the game when
Ryan Reed forced a fumble
and Maxx Harrell recovered
it for the Cowboys, allowing
them to seal the win.
Both the Cowboys and the
Saints are now 2-3 on the
season.
Due to the cold weather,
games scheduled for
Monday night were can-
celed. Junior Tackle League
will continue Thursday
night with game one set to
kick off at 5:30 p.m. at
Optimist Park.


TUESDAY



MHS loses



close match


BY SHELIAMADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High
School Bulldogs soccer
team dropped a nailbiter
Friday night before the
home crowd. With tempera-
tures below freezing, the
Bulldogs hosted the
Freeport Bulldogs and
cane up on the short end of
a 3-2 game.
Michael Mader was in
the net for the Bulldogs,
with Zac Davis, Seth Gilley,
James Morrison, David
White, J. T. Meadows,
Stevie Blanchette, Paul
Gochenaur, Cody Barfield,
Jude Han and Jimmy Lien
on the pitch.
The Dogs held tough
through 30 minutes, before


Freeport got one past the
defense and Mader, to go
up 1-0. That score would
hold until the break.
In the second half,
Freeport scored again to
make it a 2-0 game. Paul
Gochenaur took advantage
of a free kick to make it 2-
1.
Freeport would answer
back with another goal,
going up 3-1. Late in the
second half, Gochenaur
notched the Dogs second
goal of the night. That
would be as close as
Marianna would come.
Marianna will have little
time to recover as they are
scheduled to travel to
Chipley Tuesday for a dis-
trict matchup against the
Tigers. Kickoff time is
scheduled for 6 p.m.


of attack


Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew (32) scores on a 30-yard run against the Oakland
Raiders during the fourth quarter in Jacksonville. Jacksonville won 38-30.-AP Photo


Healthy Manuwai


BY MARK LONG
AP SPORrS WRITER
JACKSONVILLE Go
ahead and stack the line of
scrimmage. Put eight or nine
defenders in the box. Blitz
the run.
It probably won't matter,
because nothing has been
able to slow down the
Jacksonville Jaguars lately.
Behind Maurice Jones-
Drew and Rashad Jennings,
the Jaguars (8-5) have
gained more than 200 yards
on the ground the last three
weeks. They have at least
145 yards rushing the last six
games better numbers
than anyone in the league
and the main reason they're
sitting atop the AFC South
heading into next week's
critical game at Indianapolis.
The secret to the success
hasn't been Jones-Drew,
Jennings or fullback Greg
Jones?


Try guard Vince
Manuwai, a 333-pound
Hawaiian who has been
mauling opponents since
regaining his starting spot in
mid-October.
"He's the guy that's mak-
ing it happen," Jones-Drew
said.
Jones-Drew ran for 101
yards and a touchdown in
Sunday's 38-31 victory
against the Oakland Raiders,
his sixth consecutive 100-
yard game. Jennings added a
career-high 109 yards,
including a 74-yard touch-
down scamper that was the
team's longest run of the sea-
son.
Jones-Drew's 30-yard TD
run with 1:34 remaining
turned out to be the decisive
blow in a game filled with
big plays.
Jacksonville finished with
234 yards rushing. The
Jaguars ran for 258 yards
against Tennessee last week


key to Jags rush
and 207 against the New opener. It was the first injury
York Giants the week of Manuwai's football career
before. It's the first time in and came after he helped the
franchise history that Jaguars rush for a franchise-
Jacksonville managed 200 record 2,541 yards in 2006
yards rushing in three con- and nearly as many (2,391)
secutive games, the following year.
Not coincidentally, Manuwai missed the rest
Manuwai has been in the of the 2008 season, and even
lineup for all of them. though he returned last sea-
"I don't think you could son, he spent the entire year
be a good back without the trying to overcome the
line creating holes for you, injury. Throw in that he was
and Vinny's done a nice job paired with rookie left tackle
of staying positive through a Eugene Monroe, and the
tough situation, continued to season was filled with obsta-
work," coach Jack Del Rio cles.
said. "He's played very well "Last year, 1 was trying to
and has been strong, very understand how you play on
strong in the run game in an ACL (injury) and how
particular. ... It's kind of much it takes," Manuwai
coming together for us." said. "It was the first time
A third-round draft pick in I've ever been hurt in 16
2003, Manuwai was years of playing football.
Jacksonville's best offensive First injury, first surgery, first
lineman when he tore the rehab. Coming back, even
anterior cruciate and medial though it felt fine, my body
collateral ligaments in his
right knee in the 2008 season See JAGS, Page 6B 0>


Jets trainer


apologizes for


tripping player


BY DENNIS WASZAK JR.
AP SPORTS WRITER
FLORHAM PARK,
N.J. The New York
Jets trainer who tripped a
Miami Dolphins player
on the sideline during a
game Sunday appeared
to hold back tears as he
apologized for his "inex-
cusable and irresponsi-
ble" actions.
Sal Alosi, the Jets'
strength and conditioning
coach, said at a news
conference at the practice
facility Monday that he
had not yet received any
discipline from the team
or the NFL, nor had he
personally spoken to the
league. He also said he
had not offered to resign.
"I let everybody down
yesterday with my
actions," Alosi said. "My
actions were inexcusable
and irresponsible."
When asked if he was
concerned about his job
security, Alosi reiterated
that he will accept what-
ever discipline is deter-
mined.
"It's on me." a contrite
Alosi said.
The league is review-
ing the incident in which
Alosi stuck his left knee
out and tripped Dolphins


cornerback Nolan
Carroll, who was cover-
ing a punt in the third
quarter of Miami's 10-6
win.
"I wasn't thinking,"
Alosi said. "If I could go
back and do it again, I
sure as heck would take a
step back. It was just a
situation where I wasn't
thinking."
Carroll, a rookie, fell
to the turf and lay there
for several minutes grab-
bing one of his legs
before walking off. He
returned in the fourth
quarter. Carroll twice
broke his right leg while
playing: once ending his
senior season in high
school and again in his
senior season at
Maryland.
"I'm extremely thank-
ful that my actions yes-
terday didn't result in
any significant injury to
Nolan or any other play-
ers," Alosi said.
He added that he apol-
ogized by phone to both
Carroll and Dolphins
coach Tony Sparano, and
spoke to Jets owner
Woody Johnson. coach
Rex Ryan and general
manager Mike
Tannenbaum about the
situation.


New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez (6) fum-
bles the ball as Jets' Brandon Moore (65) recovers
the fumble during the fourth quarter against the
Miami Dolphins. Dolphins won 10-6.-AP Photo


NFL concussions continue to increase


HOWARD FENDRICH
AP PRO FOOTBALL WRITER

With a late-season game
on the line, Green Bay
Packers quarterback Aaron
Rodgers exits with a concus-
sion and doesn't return.
Pittsburgh Steelers tight end
Heath Miller and Arizona
Cardinals quarterback Derek
Anderson sit out games alto-
gether because of head
injuries.
And those are only a few
examples from this Sunday.
If it seems as though more


and more NFL players are
missing time because of con-
cussions, it's because they
are: According to league data
obtained by The Associated
Press, the number of concus-
sions being reported this sea-
son is up more than 20 per-
cent from 2009, and more
than 30 percent from 2008.
The NFL considers that
proof that players and teams
are taking head injuries more
seriously and being more
open about them. The play-
ers themselves agree.
"A lot of it is changing the


culture. Guys are more open
to reporting them, and they
know more about the effects
and how dangerous they can
be in the long term," said
Oakland Raiders tight end
Zach Miller, who got two
concussions last season.
"Guys are making smarter
decisions."
The NFL's data shows 154
concussions from prac-
tices or games were
reported from the start of the


son. That's an increase of 21
percent over the 127 concus-
sions through the eighth
week of the 2009 season,
and a 34 percent jump from
the 115 reported over the
same span in 2008.
Dr. Hunt Batjer of
Northwestern Universily,
co-chairmnan of the NFL's
head, neck and spine med-
ical committee, called the
numbers "a great sign."
"Based on the opinions of
the trainers and the team


preseason through the eighth
week of the 2010 regular sea- See NFL, Page 6B >1


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by Detroit Lions linebacker Landon Johnson Sunday in
Detroit. Rodgers left the game and did not return.-AP Photo


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Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
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Bad. boyfriend PTSD

Dear Annie: I am a 26-year-old Am I foolish to stay with my fiance
woman, recently engaged to my live-in after he did something like this, know-
boyfriend.. The other day, I came across ing it would hurt me? Or could this, in
an online conversation he had with an fact, have been a conversation to gain
ex-fling of his. closure, as he said? Boston
I know I shouldn't have snooped, but Dear Boston: We are inclined to give
the word "marriage" came up and I got your boyfriend the benefit of the doubt,
curious., In the conversation, he said she although he should not have kept his
would always have a piece of his heart correspondence a secret.
and told her that "in another You and your fiance need to have a
universe," he would have long talk, perhaps with your
married her. ^ therapist, about how fragile
I feel so utterly, complete- your sense of security is and
ly betrayed. My boyfriend how he needs to be trans-
says the conversation was L1't \~ parent in his dealings in
private and was meant to order to cement the trust
bring him closure so he between you.
could continue to move for- If he is open and honest, it
ward comfortably and confi- will bolster your confidence
dently into our marriage. And \in the relationship and you
besides, it was none of my business will not feel the need to
and I could not possibly understand. snoop.
I am furious. I feel this was inappro- Dear Annie: My sister tells me that
private and hurtful. I no longer trust him unless I use a washcloth, I am not
and am having a great deal of difficulty cleaning myself well enough. I do not
moving beyond this. agree. I feel sparkling clean after each
My last three boyfriends all cheated, shower. What do you say? Clean as a
and one was also physically abusive. I Whistle in Upstate New York
suffer from extreme PTSD. My therapist Dear Clean: As long as you are get-
told me it was a miracle that I was able ting to all the nooks and crannies of
to take steps toward trusting another your body, you are doing an adequate
person. Now I am back at square one. job.


BRIDGE


Phillip Alder, writes There might be a twist in the
tail. On many deals it is impossible to predict and pre-
pare for all the plays that the defenders might make.
This deal is an example. How would you plan the play
in three no-trump after West leads the heart king?
North's three-club rebid showed a very strong hand
(usually 18-20 high-card points) with five or more dia-
monds and four-plus clubs. You rebid three no-trump,
hoping for a spade lead, but West's hearts were so
strong that he knew what to do.
You have six top tricks: one spade, one heart, three
diamonds and one club. You can take the spade
finesse. If it loses immediately, you will get three tricks
there. However, a strong defender sitting East with the
spade king will not take the first trick in the suit, even
with king-doubleton. Then you might gain only two
spade tricks because you have no hand entry left.
First, though, you must hold up your heart ace until
the third round of the suit, discarding two clubs from
the dummy. Then you run the spade queen. When it
wins, you continue with the spade jack. Let's assume
West ducks again (best). Now you should turn to dia-
monds, playing four rounds of the suit. East can do
nothing because you have nine winners: three.spades,
one heart, four diamonds and one club.


North
A A 6 5
7


AK Q 4 3
A J 5 3
West East
A K 7 2 8 4 3
V KQJ 109 842
S9 7 J10 8 6
4 9 86 K Q 7
South
A Q J 10 9
V A 6 5 3
S5 2.
4 10 4 2
Dealer: North
Vulnerable: Both


South West North
1 *+
1 Pass 3 4
3 NT Pass Pass


Opening lead: V K


East
Pass
Pass
Pass


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10 Wan unit
13 Earthworm 37 Blackmail
part 38 Eating
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brewers ity
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strip wife 45 Joy Adam-
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Whitman


KIT 'N' CARLYLE BY LARRY WRIGHT


HOROSCOPE

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) If your grip is too lax,
money will have an easy time
slipping through your fingers.
Concentrate on plugging the
holes to keep safe whatever you
had accumulated.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) You will be extremely
tolerant with an outsider who
commits an infraction, but
when it comes to a family mem-
ber who does the same thing, it
is likely to be another story.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) Don't seethe in silence if
someone you like unintentional-
ly takes advantage of your kind-
ness. Find a diplomatic way to
address the situation so that the
other person can rectify it.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- Concentrate on what you're
doing so that you don't fall prey
to wasteful urges.
ARIES (March 21-April 19)
- Although you're a quite
capable person, you might not
be realistic about your limita-
tions. Don't put your reputation
on the line by promising to do
something you aren't prepared
to handle.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20)
- When conversing with a
friend who is known to have a
short fuse, be especially careful
when weighing your words.
One thoughtless remark could
set the sparks flying.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
- Just because a good friend
might inadvertently be a bit
too curious about something
you consider to be extremely
confidential doesn't mean you
have to tell all. Play it close to
the vest.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)
- There is no rule that says
you must ignore your own
well-considered good judg-
ment and yield to someone
who historically makes poor
decisions, just because s/he
wants you to. Stay the course.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) A
failure to show respect for the
abilities and intelligence of a
co-worker or someone with
whom you associate every day
could cause a huge squabble.
Don't criticize anybody or any-
thing.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
- Take care not to misinter-
pret someone's independent
manner as a sign of disloyalty,
and don't be unreasonable
about this person's desires to
be left alone to do his/her own
thing. Give him/her space.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)
- When it comes to keeping
peace within the family circle,
be reasonable about one
member's desire to break
away. Anger and bickering will
prevail if you hold on tightly.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
- When it comes to your
work, make it a point to keep
your mind focused on the job
at hand. If you are careless or
impatient and fail to do your
part, it will make it hard on all
your co-workers.


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j j 2 & 3 BR MH C'dale. road, county Pro-team 175, rockers, white cabi- 850-593-5103 he-l__. 850-352-2810
$500&up H20/garb/ water, phone & Mercury out- nets, many extras,
sewer incl. http:// electric service, board, Trailstar very pretty. $16,000. Sabre by Palamino Damon 2000 Ultra DAMON DAYBREAK
Hay& Grain www.charloscountry owner will Finance trailer, not used 334-803-7726 or 334- '08, 28 ft 5th wheel Sport. Cummins '06. 34ft. 6K mi. 2 WINNEBAGO '02
living, com. 850-258- at 6.5 % interest off the showroom 803-7705 camper, 3 slides, diesel. 12K mi. slide, slides, like new, big Brave, 2-slides, 2-
Hay for Sale:Coastal/ 4868/209-8847 $4,750. per acre. floor, shelter & many extras, clean, Leveling jacks, diesel Ford engine 12mpg. TV's, 2-Air, level
Tifon 85 $35$4 per 2 & 3 BR M n 770-378 -1559 maint $9000. Camper $500. sacrifice @ $29k 850- gen. $52K 334-701- $61,000. 334-446-1094 jacks, 19K miles,
on 85 $35-$45 per 2 & 3 BR MH's in 770-378 -1559 Call 229-723-9277 $3000. Needs work 593-5675 7787 or 706-681-5630 or 850-227-5606 $35,000 772-631-5065
roll depending on Marianna & Sneads 334-678-0031
quantity. 850- 209-5932 (850)209 C
2 BR MH for rent, recreation -.. CARRIAGE3'02za
employment monthly & weekly C R well et nude
rates avail. in C'dale uper lide hth
850-554-9934 $15,000 334-68'.9983I
3/2, 2/2 in C'dale,
no pets, CH/A $425- Bass cracker 09 Pro H 1
$500 850-258-1594 Iv l-160 liRk.e n *w. 161Dt C ft T. "i0 30
1J L Imessage 30HP Mercur, w I .. .**L v"
.-PO Ier trm. trolling
KohlerCampbeli CareerSeeker Mobile Homes ATVs molor. dept fiih
hander, 5nVrs on motor
no 58"Walnut. Origi- in Parks 8300. 334-493-7700 T m 40
nal'owner, ex. condo. et107 Honda TRX90 4- 3-7700 Dutchmen 40 fit.
nLo n er a cn h-%n wheeler red, exc, Travel Trailer '06
$1,400, Donna cell 2/1 & 3/2 Quietwell cond. new cost35 38 5L .D Sleepo, JA C K SO C O U 8.
(850) 573-2075 or maint. H20/sewer/ $2999. sell for $1800. 2 Slideouls. Loaded.
p.m. -(850)482-2640 NEW Cardiology arb/lawn ncl. $375- 334-798-2337 Like new 18,50
randdbb@indianspri Marianna, FL Lots avail. Joyce '08 H9onda TRX250 4- 3 34 4064555
ngsgolfcourse.net Physician Practice Riley RE 850-209-7825 wheeler, red, exc. FLEETWOOD'05 F 1A S F E
Manager, FT, d.ays cond. new cost CHRYSLER '78 FLEETASOE DL NE
Please applyonline Rent toLOwn: 2 & 3BR $4399. will sell $2500. Fish-n-Ski, 15ft, Prowler AX6,th wh, CHRIST AS DEADLINES
uat www~tmh.og MH's. Lot rent incl.4HP Chrysler mo 36ft, 4 slides, large
EOE D/F/W/P For details 850-557- $1,500 OBO 334-687- shower, 30/50AMP.
L n fo 3432/850-814-6515 IP - 6863, 695-2161 $26,000 OBO 334-695-
ChiL n forerias? s Correct Craft Torino 4995, 334-687-7862 THURSDAY 12/23
Chrismasde? Correct Craft Torino Fourwinds '06 30'
Look no further! sekn otivated 17ft. complete refit Travel trailer. Doube Deadline is WEDNESDAY 12/22 @ 1:00 PM
e 32" RCA TV'-- friendly professor U'07 350CID/450 hp slide-out 2BR.Awning P
75 great co nal individual for 4381 Clinton St. Pentaoutdrive, gar, Microwave,stereo, FRDAY 12/24
I 3pc. Oak Et. Pretty effcy, heat & kept. exc. cond. very ch&a, loaded. Like
Center. Fax resumeto 850- uti. incl., now $395. fast!!! $10,750. New. Must sell imme-
Very nice w/lots 526-5337 OR mail to 727-433-RENT 2005 John Deere. 334-347-7930 diately $11,500 OBO Deadline is WEDNESDAY 12/22 @ 2:00 PM
of storage, $250. PO Box 6054 500 Buck 4x4. Cell: 585-269-0244
Oak Glider Marianna, FL 32447 real e te $4,999.00. Gheenoe Camo 13' SUht
Rocker blue Call: 850-210-4166 w/trailer.2HP mtr.32 Jayco '08 Flight 27' SUNDAY 12/26
Supho..... $.5 CO ..r 0 rient t# thrust trolling mtr w/super slide, Igf
Call 334 794-2210 r 2008 Kawasaki Kfx 90 $1500 Firm 334793- bath used 2xs Deadline is THURSDAY 12/23 10:00 AM
uphiostera $850e estat ATV Kid's model 3432 Night: 677-5606 $10,500 850-482 8717
resildeitialfor rent 36345 (334)726.2168
Yr f e jqwcpa@live.com Mariner motor 4hp,
Jewry &Watches p1500.00 .9 low hrs. runs great.
Honda 2007 TRX 90 short shaft fresh wa-
CHRISTMAS GIFT Youth 4 wheeler ter used only $525. t

DLnanimals cAond3iRtione $ 1, 500 5
snes o2Garage Kept. $1,500. rated for 12 people,
praised $3,950 will Apartments F or Iase 000 334-796-3721 40hp force motor,

1/1 & 2/1 apt., in 1500sf, ADA-ok Pkg $1,996. 334-791-8238 Procraft 6 Bass
pets& animals town, $450. mo. No lot. ALSO avail, fully Procraft '06 Bass
pets. 850-573-0598 equip Beauty Shop Honda '97 TRX9 boat 16.5 ft. 90hp,
727-433-RENT 4-wheeler Mercury Optimax A.l'ert COOL STUFF"for FRE, bytvisting. .....
Like New Cond. $8,700. 334-266-5562.
real estate $1500. 334-792-8018 2 cushion 7ft couch, Craftsman 13" Planer Floor Lamp W/adj. Magnetic Therapy Sparx Motorcycle
OEMsae-1 .---.. good cond. $75 850- (professional) $300 arm & shade, $25 Insoles $10/pair helmet, XXL, full face
f se Polaris 500, '06 4x4 l.'-4- e 482-8700 850-482-5634 850-526-3365 850-526-3426 almost new $35 850-
Deering Street-4320, Automatic, low hrs & 3Blade Electric Pla- Dark Cherry Lane Ce- Guitar Amp,-Electric Model Airplane 482-8700
Free Pets Policy 1BR/1BA, Quiet,$325 miles, $4200 850-482- ner w/case $75 850- dar Chest with pad- Fender DeVille, 65w, wooden toolbox $25 Thomas Train Take-
You tda Also Other effic. 8717 87 482-5634 ded top. $125 obo 4x10, all Tube, $500 850-482-8700 Along Collection. Exc.
Yeur pet deserves a lxD.o- 727 433 2 9 8504 82 _-8-7C__ _____$0b o
ing, caring home. An ad 727-433-RENT Polaris '96 2x4 Seacraft, '89 20ft 40 ft. free pole tower (850)482-8290 850-482-7056 New Port. Keroscene Con $60 obo
for a free pet madrawManum 425 Center Console, boat, $200. 12' in. speakers Delta Rooter Shaper Hilachi Bradnailer Forced Air Heater (850)482-8290
response from individuals Duplex/Triplex J4-w eeler Good motor & trailer, 95 new in box $175. OBO Table Top $100 850- w/case $65 850-482- 125k BTU,cost $250 Tool box $120
who will sell youranimal for condition $1,750 225HP Johnson Mtr, 850-482-7434 482-5634 5634 $125 850-482-6022 Gun Cabinet $125
research or breding LgLR, BR,KitH/A, Yamaha '04 Bruin brakeswh sz 17 truck tires, ctc Coping Saw Hopper Sprayer for Pure Gold American 8-352-28
spendents carefully when $295/mo, 1221 Griff 4wd, extra low hours, well, very clean like new $125 850- $75 850-482-5634 Sheetrock $50 850 Eagle, 1/10th ozd Vanity- Purple vanity
givingananimalaway. $295/mo, 1221Chattachoochee AubuGri, Student CoGri camoflage $4000 Great con. $5,500. 352-4528 Family size Waffle 482-5634 $200 850-569-2194 with two glass
St.1 C hiatta c 3oochee A ubu rn, Stu d ent Con lag e $4000 3 34-791b xcB C 5 a keb1 s ic a elv es an d m r r.
251-391-9253 do, 20/20, w/Loff Call 334-795-6743 3347914891. Bakugan Lot with Baker, still in box $25 Huge Lot of Zebra Quick Cut Saw 14" shelves and mirror.
.across from Vet Columbia' AL Case. Exc. Cond. $50 850-569-2194 Items, incl. sheets Hilachi $50 850-482- $2S (850)482-8290
H sSchool. Wire Rd. on B s$60 obo. (850)482- 5634 Weed-TrGimmer, gas
onSeado RXP '05, Jet obo. (850)482-8290 Fisher Price Smart (850)482- 6 Varbl operated, Still inbox
Tiger Transit route, Ski, 60hrs, very Bench Top Drill Press Cycle for Toddlers, Ryobi 6 Varible r
Free kittens, 4 availa 1 concrete bl Appliances 2 yrs old. '02 Pontoon by Sport lean, life jacket & $100 850-482-5634 hooks to TV $30 i aeed Bench Top $75 80-569-2194
ble 850-557-2846 2/1 concrete block Convenient location. Crest Less than 15 cover incl. $5500 850- 850-526-3426 Drill $65 850-482- Planer $200 850irlpool Electric
F home for rent, tile $91,500, 334-501-2045 hrs Great Condition 527-4455 Broyhill China Cabi- -FISH4TANK6WI Dryer, Large capaci-
tbnv h 44elTs2 net W/match3ng buf- ST W H n2.3 Longblock skdsaw 2hpo81/4 Ta- ty. Works great! $100
home. 850-482-4896.482_4896to good loor47pets ok,W$300/moh/U0+ .netg nwright-bel2south $6,400. 334-447-5001 STRATOS '00 22FT t, all wood $375 STAND -60 GAL FISH ne w/access be Saw $200 850- (850)573-2075
$30 credit/bkgrnd ck Chinew 14 ft. w/ 4hp Tournament Ready, 850-526-3365 TANK WITH STAND ries $400 OBO,b9-5 482-5634
Free:multi-colored, li- 850-263-5753 Classifieds motor w/new trailer 225 motor kept in- C sINCLUDES FILTER,_ White weddin dress
850-482- 5880/850i 3/1.5 Brick Home hV exc. cond. $1450. side, $11,900 Must Craftsman 12 PUMP, HEATER, 6 Stroller for 2 $40 with train veil includ-
503-9727 580/5 258BrickHomehav 334-596-1738 see! 229-321-9047 Bandsaw $250 850- SHARKS, $350 Lincoln AC/DC Weld- Single stroller $20 ed like new size 18-20
303-9727C'dale $650/mo + what 2 34 850352-4046 er 300 850-482-5634 850-526-3426 $300 850-272-1233
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Boston Terrier Pup- 3/1 Brick home, 8mi looking
pies, CKC Registered EofMalone, $575/mo ng
$250 850-557-23#6 + $500 dep. lyr lease for
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recreatil n for Sale for Sale for Sale 1
SSuzuki '05 Boulevard T...:a.ij" 4Runner Chevy ASTO'97 corn
BaFordrO6'FocusSES4-BakGay 2K mi on t a on ,- Linlm-. 1_I miles version Van raised r
I '- Fdr. red, auto, leather, S. .-.a-- it. Gar. Kept. Lots of will -,I i.. V l ther- roof, loaded, new

0L m334. ,-3079 ri Y i,[ ,. r-w ill''rd, JBL 464-1496 Ford'05 Expedition
.r.... B1 3 3' -0 334r Eddie Bauer all
334 .726 .950 0b1. r ml ,-r- r -,I kit Ya m aha 5 dV -star FO RD "03 Expedition :[tr .. $ 1%9, ,0 334- CHRYSLER 06 Tow niopt e Ba
bagsp nn.-.r, lu.-deo 685-6233w & Country Van. Exc. good.cond. 1 owner
ji C KlHondai 05 Accord, agr .3ut bags wind shield, loaded, third row ..J Y. $13,500. OBO

eeood Needs minor work. 4- $9800 334-446-1943 Priced to Sell! $5,950. robert6500@gmail.co 334-701-7552 3 -i'. 334-347-3441 Days
sideradoi2507 C 2 r. Harley Davidson 02 Raven Edition Track Fireed lM,rur Repai
v e a 250 work Chevy 02 Camaro rI 0 Ready. Lots of Extras Volvo: u' ,C 9S SUV $500 334-596-9273
truck as package Conv. 35th Anniv. Ed t Im Exc. Cond. $5500 OBOe I /
payoff $36,000 Auto. New top/New cr.:.md ut. 6i 334-432-5800 Black I iles
334-470-8454 tires. Exc. Condition Call 334-691-3468 Call for details Ac 5 4 J -**7-7116 GMC'95, Conversion
S2- 00334-5969966 - a.:.r 314-701-3855 Yamaha 07 V-Star Van, new A/C, runs FORD 07 Explorer
transportaonNissan10 Rogue SL 1100, 11,600 mi, new Ford 04 E rr grt, $2500 S & M Au-
Idake Ewelet rear tire, and extras, MUST SELL! to Sales 850-774- V-8, Full Loaded,
Honda Civ Tires. Power Seat, h asking payoff of RUNS GREAT! Trades 9189/ 850-774-9186 56K Miles, Blue
S CLEAH H CEC ARI Power Windows. 4Dr. $5900. 850-762- Considered. $ 6,950 '04 CATAPILLAR TH $20,500, 334-687-4686
RUN GOOD! .. 2wd, with 15,300 -, 2071/718-5069 after Call 850-210-4166 350 B, 36FT. TELE- Wanted: Ford 86 Bronco 2
i Call tu.5021.4166 mile.It is in excel,.v4pm SCOPE, 702 hrs. like a Ford 86-Bronco2
l lent condition LulSCOP, rs. lie a )0Automobiles runs, good body,
OaskingBS20500ODD. 'YAMAHA 088 6 6rr l"- Ll. 000 firm 334- 4W/D, new parts,
f Ch_\11im- Call 334-714-9809 Harley Davidson'03 ,a- ,J,1,r w1-o". e erew/ii, rebuilt, ene, $2400
Cae Chevy '04 Impala a uir Classic. Black & L.. T-! LI. 44 30 John Deere w/ O 334-794-5780
RuNs GOOD' -, Oldsmobile 04 Alero ur.rle custom paint. TLUL E' w .,a & -.r, good cond. Ford '89 Bronco, Runs
d 4-WheelDrive N Bull I m,. ,,-.Vlle!, vi, iy 1a chrome. Garage ,,54.'r4 r .. .%% ,,h, good0
Tran n s ufr)nr3. frtr, r.n'i-vti I i ,r 12K m. $14 500 FORD '08 Escae r. grt,-lifted, mud tires,
Call 50210.4 1166 Infinity '10 G37 15300' 334-2t, 2it 334-792-8701 Yamaha 2004 V-Star white, limite int$18,000334-899-3914 WANTED excel trade 8$350-774-
'00 F150 Good condiel Ledl T 0 ul d 1100 Classic. Black & edition, leather intI, '' WANTED DO trade 850-774-
oi0n 94000 mi 4s3 Chevy n.sl Prem umpack -a iius, KHarley Davidson '05 chrome, excellent loaded, 6disc-CD 555C Backhoe 9189/774-9186
tion 94,000 mi 4.3 Chevy'88 Imala Int. Pe u pack- Black, 61k, Exl. Cond, 1200C. 11K mi. $3000. condition. $4500 OBO player, heated seat For Sale $13,500 Good Condition
v6,automatic LT. 3.9L Leather, age 7500 M New GPS, backup camera, in extras, clean $6750 334-618-7525 60K mi, $16,295. Call 334-886-9003 And Equipped.
transmission green CD changerrear Cod$29,50 JBL sound,tint, great OBO 334-449-3713 Call 334-794-4731 or 334-726-4661 850-5.
exterior 4WD,$7500 spoiler, New back 912-655897 gas mileage, trans- Yamaha '99 XVS1100 850 5719
OBO (334)237-8933 tires, keyless entry ferable warranty. 42K mi. Asking $3200 6X12 enclosed trailer
Ford '77 F-150 4WD w/remote start. rew iur aHarley Davidson 1986 OBO 334-726-1215 or w/1side door & dbl WANTED Pre'82
Runs, in good shape, Like New Cond. $14a50,0.O800 FL. I i-,-. I-r 7$ 1 .:T a rI"A3 Corolla or SR .,
$4500 334-447-5316 AutoTrans12900 Call 333 2 39 l n _:.: 85.)- 933 5 h rtack or'89/90
334-475-0237 OBO 131 7 ,14 5 r91'2A 643:-112 ford Probe stick FORD e9 F15[,, 4%rv,,
334 475r027- -.61.058,- 8272-4243 4x4 Auto, $4,600 or
6,0 e,, l'eDavidson1y. .i:,ld r Ireasonable offer 229-
GMC '95, Conversion -Jaguar'05 XJ8L S -r 12 I: m w/I id, dr..:.r i Tru Heavy Dut 334852022929
.Van, new A/C, runs 4 do B 4 ,lac L.Orrnr dr L -,,ii rsH din; Dda. d 14 '. 0 f, ti 01i 8171g .
grt, $2500 S & M Au- o',nld nev c,-d. e10 933
to Sales 850-774- 25.98 5 9 id ,:,: :. 0 Ford 9 22r 836312 01 Frieght Liner FL0 Ford93 Ranger over
S4' 2 t34 2 ? E-;XTRA CLEAN! Sport C asey 4- dr. 100Kmi. CD player,
9189/850-774-9186 rlj b rit-i Toyota 7i Cmrv LE ,L810 ___ NEW TIRES! $2,950 91 16x56 Trailer SO leather int. Allision white/tan asking
J 55Tr aile rSoh ex .int.50 3 -8531
Jeep'98 Wrangler '.o- CLE AR! Geely Scooter Call 850-210-4166 breeze exc. cond auto trans. 124K mi. $3500334-685-3214
117k mi. New tires & "Chevy 81' Corvette RUNlr GREAT' 53.495 ,:.,d ..nd. 550 OBO- $5000 334.6184570 45tn,00i 1 334; 917152
wheels. Looks/drives Red, Auto, Mirrored I0 5 2104. i *' 'r i .. ,d. 1 130 QO $5000 334-6"1Pid4570 S C45,00' o334791 871, r
who 5- so dr Top, 52K rmri. New 1l ;210.4. 6R t-REA' J i t.. 'legal '92 Freight Liner dl '06 Chevy Silverado Ford'98F150,great
OBO 334-726-6165 Tires, Calipers, Toyota Matrix '061- K m: bunk. Neerr:.r enr. re L- e.. : 4 6 r, cd, 1K m New
Brakes & Shocks. Lexus '98 L5400 ownei-r 34k rr m. red. built 2 ir-: g.o I :, ;-.aa. blue. Brakes, alternator
Aviation Garagekept.$13,500. 114Kmi.Goldw/tan dealermaintained, Harley Davidson 98' 6.0000 334 .1691-298; nr.o ooer .nd ., or and battery.Cold
OBO 334-596-2376 I .heated seat, $12,800. 334-803-3397 exc. condo. orange, onl 53K m. drlec wdows
Chrysler 00" Sebring exc cond $9,800 334 loaded. MustSee FORD' Bisoi'91 Trator $0,000. 134.4.46r door locks.$4Sobo
Chrse erInd370sea4.1..1i P-.. sts,3 .405fully loaded a l hp, runks very god,'92 GMC Sonoma V-6 334-701-7552
onv top, runs/looks 333-3436 or 671-3712 1,"."3-seat*,7- f 57 K m les, new allwoErkslooks great 92GMC Sonoma V-6 go
I T great, loaded, 140k Lincoln '00 Town car Honda'02 XR250R .157K miles, new too. $2500. OBO 334- 5-sp. runs great
1966 Cessna 310K for miles, $2900. OBO signature series, Di r Bite Eir" .: 'r,,nd tires,5,500 655-8966 -714-2480 $1800. OBD 334-798-
sale or will take on Call 334596 3-032 beaullul Birch Silver "2.- Fg'm 1 ,Pi l,'. U.M. 08 250 c. SeaLs 334 845 -0519 1768/334-691-2987
partner. Colemill up--, -'aded1. 60 .10lesther Ca ll I 2 l 1emet Lg11.Cummiings/Onan
partader. Colemill up- am-34 l-6dea. 60 84-9129 leather 2,2 helmets, Lg Ford '99 Expedition generator 703 hrs. '96 Chevy Silverado
grade. 110hours m m d Volkswagon '06Jetta 4 -Scooter. 80miper Eddie Bauer 4x4 blue 85K400amp,aut 2500 v-8 auto air runs
sinh e engine over- :reiws. [.mt computerr TDI. Grey w/gray HONDA '06 Shadow, gallon. 1000mi Fac. & tan, good cond. switch runs 4 poultry great $2,800 OBO Jeep 1979 CJ7,
haul. Ca n at 498- 69K m. m nd. thr.diesel, sunroof, 2.8 miles, NEW dealer Warranty $2000 OBO $4,850. OBO 334479- house $15,000. BO 334-691-287 Rebuilt 304 engine,
3279 good condition, ag- never imcved in, heated seats, alum. road tested only, Call 334-445-6302 3183 4-40X400 poultry Chevy '91 Cherokee new paint, mild cam,
green and white ex- never vrece-d wheels, sat. radio 40 $5.200, 229-334-8520 h-,,u-e of Lubing nip- p;cIup. lift gate header alum intake
tenor, light gray inte- I5.250 334-.791-7330 mpg.120K mi $11,800 o.r 229296 171 [sp.,.n Ilhl, vehiclee GMC '0O Ji;rrn- pie drnl er 333 726 5100 850 35?2-424 600 Hlle, Carb..
rior, $105,000 36330 Chrysler 02 PT Lincoln '01Towncar 334-685-6233 rea cond., $4 00 le78or 334.9661 50 0 3-t .u4 1 r. ni I ab.r
(334)498-327Cruiser Lim ited Lincolnr01 iow ncar, -5 t9 r a4 56101 r' he r iA ." I r
ferrellr@roadrunner. Edition, Lo d Sig e srie / 02 GMC Sierra. while 0 5,2 I FARM EQUIPMENT H '
com 97K mi, NEW TIRE 01,30 mi $6,000 gnatr Is S r/i nClassicsi&Antiques-t .d iead1 51" .C0,, T -r inDnevrr,,
$5.8,01334 7u90-.7959 50579-4467 after v ,rlcserI 5,, Honda'03rSantafe ne.ad l C.. AT : r ,n
ur,:pmn7-11cJ 7.. .K, t- in2,. 4.5') ir l I 7K mi. burgundy, Do'er D4 0 ro1,:, M;'l ,AThp,,n
Lincoln '07 MKZ, 95922 Mercedes r i. Inc ,o cond. new tires. rape 504150438 n
Chevy2010t tan w/beige in- Restore or use for 334 793.47,0 .- 34 $6.000 080334-449- ,Chevy 9T0 Z6 A 2h n
-10, rnM,.I.sar,.siASS, side251-747-4022 Honda n re, A. $8000.334-266-5248
r ,,, L alue. L $;0-seals, ABS, side 13.000 miles. $4.qn .
DA 0 $21,175 sell for Camaro Z28askinff I " 41 1 Black. E,,eleriet Crnd 334-798.4176- i
Automobiles Cruiser, Loaded,48K s sBa stps, .;a d,,r ,$9800Negoa
S forSa i e, A c Town Sedan ing numbers, details t D ie 314 i .1 e 22 Runs -
334s 7W0 P 142K mi. white w/ and pictures W / wt p 06 Wrangler, good, Must Sell,'
Stan le0.athertop, hilyr1 sn.m / $3500 334-797-6925 Toyota '85 SR5 truck
-Chrysler '07 PT seat loaded $6000. 251-650-1577.. i add. 22, m IH 1440 Combine dor. nnu al. good
Cruiser L,, Mileage, 334 693-2274 Collectoi Mercedes HONDA '7 CBR miu. d05 ,. 1I.d.OBO Field Ready, Grain Chevy 93 Silverado o.nd. ne, i,re.:,
real,? L.. (JEW!' 19s3rmd, $- K.S0 O -ed.r"'Od 000,' Head. wr1, no
S,,dd. LIE JEW! Mazda '01626LX 1983, 240D in very loadeda,4,000 miles, CRo4al cf.'.3326 1130 Head n Corr. a. H3.. vr $ 2" 218
1k" S'27 ('0 d rvac S' 518 9 p r 95 M ,. Loaded' good cond., rare 4- stretch/low ered, 2_00,_,r'In, _ _ _our,;-r. ,'13,38926218?
mv Call Ron, Eihs Pvar ever thing, cd speed man. trans., brother exhaust, I '.''' aF,.'43r:,$34etiu 00NS Irri sn rsadrunnsr tcom
S 1 r 1 d ddco r n roF950 ,, 1 .0438 30 OBOi
714 0028 p r t Whi,a nt. ver smooth shifting, $6200 334-355-0454 r,,u, uniJohn Deer 05' 4HP. C 334 62987 or
'05 Beetle convertible Chrysler '07 Stcjrrg $375, 0334-692-4084 a ammto drive, a rca rpa caOl J ndaer 0 r,:4Hhi. C HEVY '96 5-10 Pick
cxc"cod.3,90.ronrolAM/M/Cd m, aprlel r.t l ,.i .e-i, I Dart iui8eiiiuis
GLS, 5-sp, leather, 4 door, pwr. 334-797-9290 bargai9 ;' lt 6.8-Y. 7942 0: La,.rrh. end E'oaEer, d;h'"k. u lr CHE.V96 -5e-10Plck- 4 l
334-79.7 7-, endan f Ini r r u'hh d ,k... uEp. "96 1 0 Pc
loaded,only 19K mi. windows, tilt, cruise Mazda '06 Miata MX5 ir m .e .dI "' '- d'. 4 -arts1
exc. condo. $13,900. controlAM/FM/CD. grndtourined- Mt,:,rcye$.,B $ 9
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NFL
Continued From Page 1B
communicate with, it
appears to be a cultural
change," Batjer said in an
interview with the AP.
'"We're trying to make
sure that players have the
message: Playing through
pain is good; playing
through pain is what
sports are about. But
that's leg pain. That's arm
pain. Not brain injury,"
Batjer said. "Because a
brain injury and spine
injury can threaten their
future."
Concussions continue
to be a hot-button issue
for the league and its
players. Batjer's commit-
tee met for two days in
New York last week to
gather information about
improving player safety
and consider steps to take
moving forward; the
union's traumatic brain
injury committee is con-
vening Monday and
Tuesday in Washington.
Every week, key play-
ers are sitting out.
Rodgers was slow get-
ting up after being hit by
two Lions at the end of a
scramble in the first half
of Green Bay's 7-3 loss at
the Detroit Lions. After
Green Bay took a time-
out, Rodgers was sacked
on the next play. He


Jags
Continued From Page 1B

shocked. You had up and
down days."
It showed.
The Jaguars responded
by trading for veteran
guard Justin Smiley in the
offseason. Smiley ended
up beating out Manuwai
in the preseason, but
mostly because Manuwai
had a bulging disk in his
back. The extra rest -
Manuwai essentially got
five days off every week
as a backup turned out
to be beneficial for
Jacksonville.
When Smiley injured a
foot against Buffalo in
October, that opened the
door for Manuwai's
return. And now the
Jaguars are running the
ball like it's 2006 or 2007.
"Scouts says I'm even
better now," 'Manuwai
said. "A lot of it is maturi-
ty and really understand-
ing the game more men-
tally than physically.
When you're young,
you're just blocking.
Now, I understand the
blocking schemes and
everything comes a little
easier."
Jones-Drew and
Jennings are making it
look easy, too.
"Whenever you can
have a two-headed mon-
ster like that, it definitely
benefits you as a quarter-
back and as an offense,"
quarterback David
Garrard said.
"You can just hand it
off and they can make
plays for you, they can
keep the chains moving,
they can run 60, 70 yards
ind score a touchdown
and make the game so
easy for you."


stayed in for the rest of
the drive but then exited.
"He was a little groggy
after those two plays, and
the medical staff and
Aaron decided it was in
his best interest not to go
back in," Packers coach
Mike McCarthy said.
The NFL has been
working to get across
Batjer's point about
thinking of head injuries
differently from other
health problems, hoping
that players will not only
be more vigilant about
reporting their own symp-
toms but also about keep-
ing an eye out for team-
mates who might have a
concussion.
"The bigger emphasis
on it has helped,"
Oakland's Miller said.
"There was information
out there, but not as much
as we have now, and not
as much as guys talking
about it. Trainers are
looking for it. You see a'
guy get up woozy and you
know something is wrong
with him. Guys aren't try-
ing to hide it as much."
Thirty of 160 NFL
players surveyed by the
AP in November 2009
replied that they have hid-
den or played down the
effects of a concussion.
"That's one good thing,
(Commissioner) Roger
Goodell and the NFL
have been doing: The


SPORTS


message is that if there's
something wrong with a
guy, especially a head
injury, you don't want to
rush a guy back or make a
little mistake that could
mess him up, possibly for
life," New York Jets safe-
ty Brodney Pool said.
"I think they've been
doing a good job of get-
ting things under control
and making it harder for
guys to get out there,"
Pool said. "I mean, this is
the guys' passion, and
you want to go out there.
You can say, 'Nah, noth-
ing's wrong with me,' but
deep down inside, you
know something's
wrong."
Seattle Seahawks cor-
nerback Marcus Trufant,
who got a concussion in a
game last month, has
seen a change in the way
head injuries are handled.
"It's more of an active
approach from the train-
ers and the league of the
stuff you have to go
through after you're
diagnosed with a concus-
sion. It's not like, 'He's a
little woozy in the game;
we're going to see how
he feels,'" Trufant said.
"If you're woozy or if
they see any symptoms of
concussion, you have to
come out and go through
all these tests before you
can get back on the
field."


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