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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 16, 2010
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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neighbors describe lay Duke as 'quiet'
Clay Duke, an ex-convict who held the Bay County School Board at gunpoint Tuesday and later died of a self-inflicted gun-
shot wound, lived at this residence at 1603 Mill Road in Alford. The driveway was blocked Wednesday morning with an SUV
and plywood.- Mark Skinner/Floridan


Neighbors describe Clay Duke as 'quiet'


BY MORGAN CARLSON
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITI R
The ex-convict who held the Bay
County School Board at gunpoint
Tuesday lived in Jackson County.
On Tuesday afternoon, Clay Duke, 56,
fatally shot himself after firing at school
board members and Superintendent Bill
Husfelt at a school board meeting in
Panama City. No one else was hurt in the
incident.
Duke lived in a mobile home in a rural
area down a dirt road at 1603 Mill Road in
Alford.
During Tuesday's school board meet-
ing, Duke addressed the board and spray-
painted a circle with a red "V" on the
wall. He then waved a 9mm Smith &
Wesson handgun and ordered everyone to
leave the room except the men on the
school board, according to The Associated
Press.
In Duke's exchange with the board, he


said his wife had been fired from the
school district. He never told Husfelt or
the board who his wife was, or what she
did.
According to The Associated Press, Bay
County School District Personnel
Director Tommye Lou Richardson said
Rebecca Duke was fired from her job as a
teacher in February. She had been hired in
September 2009 as a primary school
teacher for students with special needs,
but didn't pass her probation.
Richardson said Duke had indicated she
felt there was a violation of her employ-
ment rights, but she never filed a lawsuit,
according to The Associated Press.
Wednesday, Rebecca Duke gave a press
conference calling her husband a gentle
giant who was frustrated over her losing
her teaching job, according to The
Associated Press.
Rebecca Duke said she regrets that her
husband's life ended the way it did.
Panama City Police Chief John Van


Members of the Bay District School Board share a brief prayer prior to a
press conference on Wednesday in Panama City. They scheduled the
meeting with reporters to discuss the events of the Tuesday regular meet-
ing of the board where the men of the board were held hostage by gun-
man Clay Duke. Duke ultimately shot himself in the head and died. AP


Etten told The Associated Press
Wednesday the shooting at the school
board meeting was not "a spur of the
moment thing." Police reportedly found
anti-government paraphernalia and the
date of the shooting. Dec. 14, circled on a
calendar in Duke's mobile home.
On Wednesday morning, the driveway
to Duke's mobile home was blocked by an
SUV and plywood. The property is par-
tially blocked by trees and other foliage. A
sr'.all white dog barked in the backyard.
According to neighbors, Duke lived
next to his mother, identified by neighbors
as Vivian Taylor, and his sister. Duke
reportedly moved to Mill Road and put
the trailer on the property after he was
released from prison in January 2004.
The Jackson County phonebook lists
Rebecca Duke at the address on Mill
Road in Alford.
According to The Associated Press,
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Date was marked

on man's calendar
PANAMA CITY (AP) The ex-convict who
calmly held a school board at gunpoint and then
began randomly firing had circled the date on a cal-
endar found in his mobile home, evidence he had
been planning the attack for some time, police said.
Bay District officials also confirmed Wednesday
that Clay A. Duke's wife had been fired earlier this
year from her job teaching special education. Video
of Tuesday's meeting showed Duke, 56, complaining
about taxes and his wife being fired before shooting
at close range as the superintendent begged, "Please
don't."
The shooting was not "a spur of the moment
thing," Panama City Police Chief John Van Etten told
The Associated Press. Police also found anti-govern-
ment paraphernalia at Duke's home, but the chief did-
n't provide details.
"He was obviously was not happy with our gov-
ernment," Van Etten said.
Minutes before the shooting, the room had been
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIiu,\N SiAFFi WIRn ER
Fire and Iron, a firefighters' motorcy-
cle club, delivered a big batch of
Christmas toys to the Guardian Ad
Litem program Wednesday.
Mike Blum of the Marianna Fire
Department said about 90 children in
Jackson and Calhoun counties will get a
share of the toys.
Blum said the club, made up mainly
of firefighters, retired firefighters and
fire support workers from several coun-
ty fire departments, was looking for a
service project when one member sug-
gested the toy drive for Guardian Ad
Litem. The Guardian program advocates
for the.interests of children whose fami-
lies are involved in the court system in
some way.
"I broke up the list and distributed it to
the members, and everybody bought one
or two gifts for the kids they were
responsible for, so that we could make a
good Christmas for them," Blum said.
"We even had a private individual call
up who had heard about the project, and
he gave a trailer full of toys. We found
out that Blountstown High School was
doing a toy drive, too, so we joined
forces with them. We're going to serve
breakfast to the class that brought in the
most toys."
The club rode last Saturday and col-
lected toys in Grand Ridge, Malone,
Graceville, Cottondale and Alford.
Members had distributed a want list in
the communities a couple of weeks
before the ride.
"With everything we collected, we
were able to fill an 18-foot trailer, a
minivan and a pick-up truck," Blum
said.
He said special thanks go out to
Chamblis Landscaping and the Masonic
Lodge in Marianna for their assistance
in the effort.
The local chapter of Fire and Iron,
Station 202, was established two years
ago and is part of a nationwide club
founded a dozen years ago. Station 202
now has about 28 members and three
our four more immediate prospects,
according to Blum
He said the club might expand its toy
drive effort next year to allow the public
donate items at various fire stations with
members of Fire and Iron.


Members of Fire and Iron Station 202
load up all of the toys they had collect-
ed for children in the Guardian Ad
Litem program. Mark Skinner/
Floridan


lan Thompson
talks to Sneads
Town Council
members
about his plans
for a proposed
mobile home
park.
-Mark
Skinner/
Floridan


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for controversial trailer park


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
Fl o)il)AN SlSAIT WRITER
Sneads resident lan
Thompson is asking the
Sneads town council to grant a
variance that would allow him
to develop a mobile home park
in an area zoned for single-
family homes.
The property he wants to
use is a 3.1-acre tract located
off Old Spanish Trail. It faces
the city's equipment barn and
a section of railroad tracks.


Thompson said he wants to
put in 12 matching mobile
homes.' and promised the
council he would be establish-
ing rules to ensure the park
won't be "an eyesore."
Thompson said he and his
company will mow the lawns
on a regular schedule. The
skirting for the trailers would
be made of pressure-treated
wood, he said, rather than less
sturdy material that is com-
monly used.
All the units would have


central heat and air, rather than
window units. All the mobile
homes would have shutters on
the windows, and Thompson
said he would establish a
shrub line between the park
and the adjoining property.
Each lot would have its own
privacy fence as well, he said.
He said he would put a nui-
sance clause in his contract
with tenants, which would
prevent them from leaving
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Managing Editor Michael Becker
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Circulation Manager Dena Oberski
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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 5-7 p.m. at the Jackson
County Extension Office, with speakers,
refreshments, displays and information. Learn
about wild hogs in Florida and new technolo-
gies used for trapping large numbers 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, 6-8 p.m. at the American Legion
Hall, Alford. Anyone interested in quilting or
sewing is welcome. Call 579-4146, 394-7925.
Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion), 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room. Attendance limited to persons with
a desire to stop drinking.
Friday, Dec. 17
Staff and international English learners
from the Jackson County Public Library
Learning Center invite the public to
International Chat-n-sip, 8:30-10 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" (10-11
a.m.) and "The Steps To A Great Career For
You" (3:15-4:15 p.m.) at 4636 Highway 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, 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA
room.


Saturday, Dec. 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.
The Alford Community Health Clinic will
be open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 1770 Carolina St.
in Alford. The free clinic is for patients with-
out medical insurance who meet federal
income guidelines. Short-term illnesses,
chronic conditions welcome. Appointments
available (call 263-7106 or 209-5501); walk-
ins welcome. Sign in before noon. (ACHC
will be closed Jan. 1; regular schedule
resumes Jan. 15.)
AmVets Post 231 north of Fountain (east
side of US Highway 231, just south of
CR167) hosts a series of turkey shoot
fundraisers, 1 p.m. Saturday until Dec. 18.
Cost: $2 a shot. Call 722-0291.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
Heavens Garden Worship Center presents
"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,"
3:15-4:15 p.m. at 4636 Highway'90 East, Rim
Plaza, Suite E, Marianna. Call 718-0326.
The Chipola Nursing Pavillion, 4294
Third Ave. in Marianna, is collecting non-per-
ishable 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-
9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA
room.
Tuesday, Dec. 21
Optimist Club of Jackson County meets


every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in Jim's
Buffet and Grill, 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 Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees'
monthly meeting is at 5 p.m. in the Hudnall
Building community room.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Marianna
Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m. in the First
United Methodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton
Street, behind the Marianna Post Office. Call
272-7068.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA
room.
Wednesday, Dec. 22
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Jackson Hospital's Medwheels offers free
screenings for cholesterol, glucose and lipids
9 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-4 p.m. at Rahal-Miller
Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac, Nissan, 4204
Lafayette St. in Marianna. Instant results. Fast
at least two hours prior to testing. Call 718-
2661.
The Marianna One Stop Center offers a
free workshop, "Budgeting," 10-11 a.m. at
4636 Highway 90 East, Rim Plaza, Suite E,
Marianna. Call 718-0326.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
12-1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room;
Thursday, Dec. 23
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.
Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion), 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room. Attendance limited to persons with
a desire to stop drinking.
Friday, Dec. 24
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road.
Dinner, 6 p.m. (free for first-time guests);
meeting, 7 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856, 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA
room.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Dec.
14, the latest available
report: Three accidents
without injury, two suspi-
cious vehicles, one suspi-
cious incident, two funeral
escorts, one mental illness,
one burglary, one fire and
police response, two bur-
glar alarms, two traffic
stops, one larceny, two
criminal mischief com-
plaints, two follow up
investigations, one assault,
two noise disturbances, one
sex offense, three assists of
other agencies, and four
public service calls.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and county


Fire/Rescue report-
ed the following
incidents for Dec.
14, the latest avail- ;CIt'
able report (Some -
of these calls may
be related to after-hours
calls taken on behalf of
Graceville and Cottondale
Police Departments): Two
accidents without injury,
one hospice death, one
missing juvenile, two aban-
doned vehicles, four suspi-
cious vehicles, three suspi-
cious incidents, three sus-
picious persons, two infor-
mation reports, two funeral
escorts, two highway
obstructions, one burglary,
one verbal disturbance, one
hitchhiker or pedestrian
complaint, one fire and
police response, one single
residential fire, one wood-


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land fire, eight med-
ical calls, three bur-
glar alarms, three
MIE fire alarms, four
traffic stops, four
larcenies, five
papers served, two civil
disputes, two trespassing
complaints, two follow up
investigations, one fraud,
four assists of other agen-
cies, one child abuse
report, one public service
call, two transports, one
patrol request, one
threat/harassment com-
plaint, and one forgery or
worthless check.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting period:


Michael Burns, 32, 947
Sorrento Ave., Alford, fugi-
tive from justice.
Wayne White, 41,
820A Calhoun Ave.,
Pensacola, possession of
hydrocodone, withholding
information from practi-
tioner or doctor shopping.
Stephen Clark, 44,
5913 Princeton Drive,
Pensacola, possession of
cocaine, possession of
hydrocodone, possession
of less than 20 grams of
marijuana, possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Jessie Tinsley, 71,
4176 Baltzel Drive,
Marianna, domestic vio-
lence-battery.
Dayna Rouse, 23, 2842
River Road, Vernon, viola-
tion of court order.
Mariniecer Lewis, 26,


3192 Oblong Circle,
Marianna, violation of
state probation (robbery).
Maurice Curry, 20,
2052 Vista Road,
Marianna, violation of
community control (two
counts of burglary, two
counts of grand theft).
Chadrick Pugh, 27,
2844 Borden St.,
Marianna, driving while
license suspended or
revoked, possession of less
than 20 grams of marijua-
na.

JAIL POPULATION:
194
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wi1 'ife vio-
lation, c:,ll ,88-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Jackson County Floridan Thursday, December 16, 2010 3A


Law officials assist Troop 170

Boy Scouts earn LA A .I


merit badges
during a day of
fun, learning
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Troop 170 Boy Scouts
were treated to a special
visit from Jackson County
law officials who worked
with the Scouts on Dec. 11
to teach them specific
tracking skills and tech-
niques.
Scouts and officers met
early Saturday morning at
Scout Master Steve
Hutton's dirt pit to begin
their training. Undersheriff
Donnie Branch and his
wife, Debbie, came to sup-
port the Scouts in their
endeavors to earn their
Tracking merit badges. Sgt.
Brad Shouppe,
Correctional Officer Craig
Alexander, and Deputy
Ken Davis talked with the
Scouts about the dogs that
they use to track missing
persons, fugitives and lost
items. They brought their
specially trained canine
unit consisting of dogs
Sassy, Sadie, and Allen, to
allow the Scouts to see
them up close. Officers dis-
cussed the keen sense of
smell possessed by the
dogs and their loyalty and
desire to do a good job,
wanting only praise as a
reward.
Deputy Ken Davis led
Scouts into the wooded
area to demonstrate how to
follow a trail with the dogs
as guides. The first exercise
showed how the dogs track
a person in hiding, while
the second test allowed the
Scouts to hide and be
tracked by the dogs. Officer
Davis surveyed the area to
find a variety of tracks
already present and helped
the Scouts determine which
animals made them. Scouts
also made casts of those
tracks by mixing plaster of
Paris with water, pouring it
in the tracks, and letting it
harden.
A Court of Honor cere-
mony was held to recog-
nize the Scouts for their
special achievements made
during the past few months.
Scout Master Steve Hutton
and Committee Chairman
Mary Ann Hutton present-
ed the Scouts with the his-,
toric merit badges they
earned. Troop 170 Scouts
earned all four historic
badges offered this year
only, as part ofthe celebra-
tion of 100 years of
Scouting in America. The
deadline to complete
requirements for these


Troop 170 Scouts from left, Noah McArthur, Hunter I
Sims, and Liam McDonald display their plaster
- Contributed photo


badges is Dec. 31. After
that date, the four designat-
ed badges Carpentry,
Tracking, Signaling, and
Pathfinding will not be
offered again. Troop 170
Scouts were recognized for
their hard work and
perserverance in complet-


ing all of the requirements
to attain these special
badges.
Scouts then gathered for
a time of fellowship, gift
sharing and pizza for their
Christmas celebration
together. After picture tak-
ing and clean-up, the meet-


Hutton,


Nick Walker, Calen


r casts of animal tracks.

From left, front
row, Nick Walker
and Liam
McDonald; middle
row, Calen Sims,
Ryan Mathis,
Noah McArthur
and Hunter Hutton;
back row, Sgt.
Brad Shouppe,
Deputy Ken Davis,
Correctional
Officer Craig
Alexander and
S Undersheriff
Donnie Branch.

Contributed
S photo


Troop 170 Boy
Scouts from left,
front row, Nick
Walker and Noah
McArthur; and
back row, Hunter
Hutton, Ryan
Mathis, Calen
Sims and Liam
McDonald -
proudly wear the
four historic
badges they
earned this year.

Contributed
photo

ing was adjourned. The
next scheduled meeting,
when school resumes, will
be the first week of January
2011.
For more information
about Scouting, please call
Mary Ann Hutton at 209-
2818.


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Si Ar\i REPORT


A B;raniidenlt n m an I was arrest-
id o0 drug andl burglary charges
T day aft, ithe owner eof a
buNrgilicd car caught and held
him until police could arrive.
dAccording to :i press release
from Ihe Mlarianna Police
Departlmenl. 41 -year-old Wesley
BFirncl Martin is accused of
hirglarizing an unoccupied
vehicle. unlhiv\iful possession of
listed chemicals vith intent to


manufacture a controlled sub-
stance. possession with intent to
nmanufacturie methamphetamine
within 1.000 feet of a church.
and possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Police say the owner of the
car came to the police station
early Tuesday evening to report
that he'd seen a black bag in his
vehicle that didn't belong to
him.
When he returned home after
making that report between 6


and 7 p.m.. he saw Martin inside
his vehicle with the bag, police
said.
The car owner confronted
Martin and then chased him
around the corner from his resi-
dence off Pearl Street. He tack-
led Martin and held him until
officers arrived.
Police inspected the black
bag, and officers found it was
essentially "a miniature meth
lab." according to the news
release.


They found razor blades, lye,
coffee filters, tweezers, glass
containers, a measuring cup,
funnels, suspected ammonium
nitrate, pie pans, a propane
cylinder and other items they
suspected was meant for the
manufacture of methampheta-
mine.
Martin eventually admitted
the materials were for that pur-
pose, and that he intended to
make it via the "shake and
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north Florida iti w as
iepoi tedy shot once during
gunli'ght with three St.
Johns Count ilepu ies.
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reports that deputies
responded to 53-year-old
Lawrence Dean Obrvan's
home Tuesday evening. His
girlfriend had called author-
ities to report that he was
intoxicated and loading
lowing an argument. The
girlfriend' s 14-year-old
daughter wvas also at the
home.
When deputies got to the
house, the woman came
out, followed by Obryan,
who was carrying aI hand-
guin. The deputies and
Obryan exchanged fire, and
Obryan was wounded.
Deputies say the man con-
tinued to fight antil he was
stunned with a Taser.
Obryan was taken to a
Jacksonville hospital, where
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Davie man arrested in body parts murder


DAVIE (AP) A South
Florida man allegedly used a
sledgehammer and
backyard cutting
tools to kill and
dismember an ."
acquaintance, then
used the victim's I
credit card to pay
for college tuition
for his daughter, a Jamie
set of tires and Saffran
other items, police
said Wednesday.
The suspect, 51-year-old Jamie


Saffran of Davie: was being held
without bail in the Broward
County Jail following his arrest
Tuesday.
Court records did not indicate
that he had an attorney.
The investigation began after a
man's body parts were found
between Nov. 6 and Nov. 26. cov-
ered in concrete in plastic con-
tainers in two locations in
Broward County and one in
Miami-Dade County.
DNA testing determined that
all were from the same person


and a fingerprint led police to the
victim's identity. The man's
name was being withheld
Wednesday pending notification
of relatives.
The containers also contained
leaves from trees like those in
Saffran's backyard and a blue
rope similar to one found outside
his residence, according to a Fort
Lauderdale police affidavit.
Cadaver dogs found blood on a
sledgehammer and cutting tools
belonging to Saffran, as well as
bags of cement identical to that


used in the containers. home as his U.S. address. Saffran
The victim's credit card was also told police the victim was
used to purchase tires for a Jeep now in Colombia and "that he
- a 2002 Jeep is registered to had received e-mail correspon-
Saffran and to pay tuition for dence from (the victim) recently,"
Saffran's daughter at Florida the affidavit said.
Atlantic University, police said. Police determined that the vic-
An employee at the tire shop Plice demined f th F da ft t
identified Saffran as the buyer. tim did fly to South Florida rom
Prior to his arrest and after dis- the Dominican Republic on Nov.
cover of the body parts, Saffran 2, but his return flight was can-
told detectives that he had known celed by someone who used
the victim for many years and Saffran's cell phone. Saffran had
that he lived in the Dominican that same phone when he was
Republic, but had used Saffran's arrested.


Strawberry fields


Good Samaritan


charged with


stealing purse

Jack Arnold Yandle III performed CPR
before allegedly taking woman's purse


TITUSVILLE (AP) -
A good Samaritan who
performed CPR on a con-
venience store customer
has now faces charges of
stealing a purse from the
man's wife.
Police say 30-year-old
Jack Arnold Yandle III
turned him self in at the
Orange County Jail after
learning a warrant for his
arrest was issued Monday.
He is charged with burgla-
ry and theft.
Yandle was a customer
at the store on Dec. 3


when a woman screamed
for help for her husband in
the parking lot. Yandle
performed CPR until para-
medics arrived. While the
woman was distracted, he
then took her purse from
the car.
The woman realized her
purse was missing after
arriving at the hospital
with her husband. He later
died.
Surveillance video
helped lead investigators
to Yandle.


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Grower John Nelson stands next to a smudge pot to keep hydroponic strawberry fields warm at Harvest Time
Market early Wednesday morning in Lake Worth. AP



Woman accused of schools


threat indicted by grand jury


FORT LAUDERDALE,
(AP) A federal grand
jury has indicted a Florida
woman accused of making
an e-mail threat that caused
one of the state's largest
school districts to be on
lockdown for. hours.
Ellisa Martinez was


charged Tuesday with
interstate transmission con-
taining a threat to injure
another person.
Authorities said the 48-
year-old sent conservative
talk show host Joyce
Kaufman e-mails last
month warning "something


big" was going to happen
in Broward County, possi-
bly at a school.
The writer expressed
plans to "teach all the gov-
ernment hacks working
there what the 2nd amend-
ment is all about."
A judge ruled the former


adult education teacher was
a flight risk and denied
bail.
Her attorney said
Martinez was in a car acci-
dent in the late 1990s that
left her with a traumatic
brain injury.


Children's Movement sets its


legislative goals in Tallahassee


TALLAHASSEE (AP)
- A children's advocacy
effort modeled after the tea
party movement has intro-
duced $300 million in leg-
islative priorities that it
believes will bolster
Florida's investment in


children. The Children's
Movement of Florida,
which also calls itself the
"Milk Party," Wednesday
announced five key recom-
mendations endorsed by
Florida TaxWatch, a busi-
ness-backed group.


The proposals include
providing health insurance
for more children, strength-
ening pre-school standards
and increasing mentoring
programs.
The group also wants
enhanced screening and


treatment of special needs
children and training for
parents.
The movement's leader,
former publisher of The
Miami Herald David
Lawrence, says kids should
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In this Dec. 2 file photo, Jimmy Salomon, of Cheektowaga, N.Y., waits outside his car on the New York State
Thruway in West Seneca, N.Y., where he has been stuck for several hours. The Department of Homeland Security
urges travelers to know what they're headed into when they get on the road, and to be prepared with a disaster
kit that includes blankets and a shovel. AP Photo/The Buffalo News


Drivers stranded by snowstorms


did the right thing by sitting tight


BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP)
- It's not quite winter yet,
yet three times this season,
long lines of motorists have
found themselves stranded
on highways for uncom-
fortable, unnerving hours,
wondering what to do next.
Though it sounds like a
nightmare, experts say they
did the right thing by stay-
ing put.
Colin Steward spent 25
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ping, phoning relatives and
updating Facebook from
his BlackBerry, the 50-
year-old said Tuesday in a
phone interview from his
car.
He was among some 300
people who spent a frigid


night on Highway 402 near
Sarnia, Ontario, after drift-
ing snow and blinding
whiteouts made a mess of
things Monday. Buses and
military helicopters freed
everyone by Tuesday after-
noon.
"What can I do?,"
Steward said. "I'm not
impressed it's Canada."
Experts say the advice to
stay in your car if stranded
is especially true if there's
no other shelter in sight and
there's still gas in the
engine to power the heat.
"There's nothing you can
do out in the middle of
nowhere," said Ben Jones,
a state trooper in Indiana,
where more than 100


motorists were trapped in
their cars during heavy
lake-effect snow near
Valparaiso on Monday.
"It's best to just use your
cell phone and stay in your
vehicle until we can get out
there and get somebody to
get you out of there," Jones
said.
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they're headed into when
they get on the road, and to
be prepared with a disaster
kit that includes blankets
and a shovel.
"It's all about safety,"
agreed AAA spokesman
Shaun Seufert in Buffalo,
where hundreds of cars and
trucks were stopped for
nearly 24 hours on
Interstate 90 on Dec. 1 and
2.
He listed the must-haves


for winter driving: fully
charged cell phone, small
shovel, food and water,
heavy gloves, scarf and hat,
and a warning device to
signal other drivers, like
flares or reflective trian-
gles.
Experts say stranded
drivers should run the
engine about 10 minutes
every hour to warm up and
to crack the window and
keep the tailpipe clear of
snow to avoid carbon
monoxide poisoning.
The reminders came as
snow and bitter cold that
plagued the Midwest for
days landed on parts of
Ohio, Pennsylvania and
New York.
The frigid air stretched
into the deep South, where
hard freeze warnings wor-
ried Florida vegetable
farmers.


Senate acts;



Keeping tax



rates intact



up to House


WASHINGTON (AP)
- The Senate Wednesday
overwhelmingly passed a
sweeping tax package that
would save millions of
Americans thousands of
dollars in higher taxes
while also reducing their
Social Security taxes and
extending jobless benefits.
The $858 billion pack-
age now goes to the
House, where many
Democrats are unhappy
with a provision that
allows estates as large as
$10 miillion to pass to
heirs tax-free. Democratic
leaders, however, say they
expect the bill to ultimate-
ly pass and become law.
A wide array of tax cuts
enacted under President
George W. Bush is sched-
uled to expire on Jan. 1 -
just two weeks away -
affecting taxpayers at
every income level. The
bill passed by the Senate,
81-19, would extend them
for two years.
Obama urge quick
action in the House.
"I know there are differ-
ent aspects of this plan to
which members of
Congress on both sides of
the aisle object. That's the
nature of compromise,"
the president said. "But
we worked to negotiate an
agreement that's a win for
middle-class families and
a win for our economy,
and we can't afford to let
it fall victim to either
delay or defeat."
House Democratic lead-
ers said they expect to
vote on the bill Thursday.
Obama negotiated the
package with Senate
Republicans, and then
administration officials
worked for days to per-
suade congressional
Democrats to support it,


signaling a possible blue-
print for future legislation.
Because of November's
election victories,
Republicans will take con-
trol of the House in
January and gain seats in
the Senate.
The bill would extend
expiring tax cuts at every
income level. It also
would renew a program of
jobless benefits for the
long-term unemployed
that is due to lapse, and
enact a one-year cut in
Social Security taxes. The
bill's cost, $858 billion,
would be added to the
deficit.
Some Senate
Republicans balked at the
price tag, noting that
Obama's deficit commis-
sion recently outlined the
massive fiscal problems
facing the nation.
"The American people
are going to be looking,
and they're going to say,
does the Senate get it? Do
they understand the sever-
ity and the urgency of the
problems that face our fis-
cal future?" Sen. Tom
Coburn,, R-Okla:, said
Wednesday.
At the insistence of
Republicans; the plan
includes a more generous
estate tax provision: The
first $10 million of a cou-
ple's estate could pass to
heirs without taxation.
The balance would be
subject to a 35 percent tax
rate.
The lower estate tax
infuriated some
Democrats who were
already unhappy with
Obama for agreeing to
extend tax cuts for indi-
viduals making more than
$200,000 and couples
making more than
$250,000.


1960 plane collision over NYC

spurred major improvements


NEW YORK (AP) -
Fifty years ago, two com-
mercial airliners collided
one mile above New York
City, raining down destruc-
tion on a busy Brooklyn
neighborhood. Victims.'
remains bloodied the snow
after one jet hit the street at
200 mph, killing everyone
aboard and six people on
the ground.
The Dec. 16, 1960, crash
of a United jet and a TWA
propeller plane was the
*worst aviation disaster to
date, killing 134 people,
including 128 people on
both planes. In its wake it
left a legacy of improved
air safety; it was first crash
in which investigators
made extensive use of so-
called black boxes and it
spurred a revamping of the
air traffic control system to
prevent future tragedies.
Photos of the crash show
the broken United Air
Lines DC-8 resting on
Seventh Avenue, the main
commercial strip of
Brooklyn's Park Slope
neighborhood. At least 10
buildings were destroyed
including a funeral home, a
laundry and the Pillar of
Fire Church. The dead
included a garbage collec-
tor and two men selling
Christmas trees.
Hopes were raised in
Brooklyn when a young
passenger was found alive,
then dashed when he died.
"What was in many of
our hearts was that God let
him survive that horrible
fall," said Eileen Bonner, a
nursing supervisor at the
hospital where 11-year-old
Stephen Baltz was treated.
"It just seemed like God
wanted him to live. And
then he didn't."
The other plane, a TWA
Constellation, crashed into
a military air base on Staten
Island.
The United flight was en
route from Chicago to the
airport that is now JFK; the
TWA flight was en route
from Dayton and
Columbus, Ohio, to
SLaGuardia.


Thirty-seven-year-old
Paul Dotzenroth, of
Wayzata, Minn., was on the
United flight. His wife,
Gloria, learned of the crash
from TV.
"They announced the
flight number and I knew
he was on that flight
because I'd talked to his
secretary," said Gloria
Dotzenroth, now 85. "You
just don't believe what
you're seeing.".
Gloria Dotzenroth said
her husband, president of
an engineering firm, "was a
very innovative and inven-
tive engineer" who devel-
oped products for the pack-
aging industry. The couple
had met in college and had
three small children.
All bodies were recov-
ered, but some unidentified
remains are buried at a
gravesite at Brooklyn's his-
toric Green-Wood
Cemetery the final rest-
ing place of abolitionist
Henry Ward Beecher, con-
ductor Leonard Bernstein
and mobster Joey Gallo.
The cemetery will unveil an
8-foot granite monument
commemorating the crash
victims on Thursday, the
anniversary of the collision.
If the 1960 crash has


been erased from the phys-
ical landscape, its place in
aviation history is secure.
The collision was the
first air disaster in which
flight recorders the
planes' so-called black
boxes provided exten-
sive details for investiga-
tors.
Air traffic controllers had
instructed the DC-8 to enter
an oval-shaped holding pat-
tern upon reaching a certain
point near New York.
Instead the DC-8 flew 11
miles past the holding
point, possibly because one
of its navigational radios
was not working, and
crashed into the
Constellation as the other
airplane was lining up to
land at LaGuardia.
Following the crash, the
Federal Aviation Agency
- later renamed the
Federal Aviation
Administration institut-
ed new rules to prevent
such tragedies.
One new regulation
required that pilots operat-
ing under instrument flight
rules report all malfunc-
tions of navigation or com-
munication equipment.
Another set a 250-knot
speed limit near airports.


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NOTICE OF INTENT
TO USE UNIFORM METHOD OF COLLECTING
NON-AD VALOREM ASSESSMENTS

Jackson County, Florida (the "County") hereby provides notice, pursuant to
section 197.3632(3)(a), Florida Statutes, of its intent to use the uniform method
of collecting non-ad valorem special assessments within the Compass Lake area
in the unincorporated area of the County for the cost of providing fire rescue
services, road improvements and maintenance and neighborhood amenities com-
mencing for the Fiscal Year beginning on October 1, 2011 and continuing until
discontinued by the County. The County will consider the adoption of a resolu-
tion electing to use the uniform method of collecting such assessments authorized
by section 197.3632, Florida Statutes, at a public hearing to be held at 9:00 a.m.
on January 11, 2011 in the Jackson County Commission Meeting Room, 2864
Madison Street, Marianna, Florida. Such resolution will state the need for the
levy and will contain a legal description of the boundaries of the real property
subject to the levy. Copies of the proposed form of resolution, which contains the
legal description of the real property subject to the levy, are on file at the County
Administrator's Office, 2864 Madison Street, Marianna, Florida. All interested
persons are invited to attend.
In the event any person decides to appeal any decision by the County with
respect to any matter relating to the consideration of the resolution at the above-
referenced public hearing, a record of the proceeding may be needed and in such
an event, such person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the public
hearing is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence on which the
appeal is to be based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons needing a special accommodation or an interpreter to participate in this
proceeding should contact the County Administrator's Assistant at (850)482-9633
or (800)955-8771 (TDD), at least five days prior to the date of the hearing.
DATED this _14_ day of _December_, 2010.

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Honoring a hero


Sneads police officer Brett Preston received a plaque from Sneads Police Chief Burt McAlpin Tuesday for his
heroism in an incident this July. Jackson County Sheriff Lou Roberts stood with McAlpin and Preston as the
award was presented at a meeting of the Sneads Town Council. Preston was shot three times while pursuing
Lawrence Curtis Baker through a field across from Apalachee Correctional Institution. Baker is charged with
attempted murder in the case and is set for a pre-trial conference on Jan. 4. Preston was also asked Tuesday
evening to serve as grand marshal for Friday's Christmas Parade in Sneads. He accepted that duty, and said
after the meeting that he was honored and left speechless by the town's recognition of his efforts. He received
a standing ovation as the award ceremony drew to a close. -Mark Skinner/Floridan



OBITUARIES


Vann Funeral Home
4265 St. Andrew St.
Marianna, FL 32448
482-3300

Cleave
Barkley Jr.

Mr. Cleave Barkley Jr. of
Marianna went home to be
with the Lord on Friday,
Dec. 10, 2010, in the UAB
Hospital in Birmingham,
Ala.

Mr. Barkley was a member
of the Saint James African
Methodist Episcopal
Church and a retiree of
Sunland.

The funeral service will be
11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 18,
at the Saint James African
Methodist Episcopal
Church, the Revs. Walter
Great, Cyril A. Mills, G. T.
Barkley and Ronald Mizer
officiating.

Interment will be in the St.
Paul Cemetery in
Campbellton.

Vann Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

He leaves to cherish his
precious memories, his
wife of 52 years, Ermia S.
Barkley of Marianna; two
daughters, Janice Pittman
of Marianna, and Pamela
Mills (Rev. Cyril) of Talla-
hassee; son Kenneth
Barkley of Orange Park,
N.J.; brother James Barkley
of Atlanta; six grandchil-
dren; six great-
grandchildren; numerous
sisters-in-law, brothers-in-
law, nieces, nephews,
cousins and other relatives;
and many friends
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhomes.com

Billie Bolden

Billie Bolden, 62, of Ma-
rianna died Saturday, Dec.
11, 2010, in Marianna.
She was born in Birming-
ham, Ala. on May 29, 1948,


Trailer
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broken-down cars in their
yards for more that two
weeks.
He'd also prohibit burning
in yards, and those wishing
to bring in storage sheds or
other out buildings would
have to get prior approval
from him to do so. No one
would be allowed to put
furniture in the front yard,
and mail boxes would not
be allowed. Anyone living
there would have to obtain
a post office box if they


to Billie Roderick Bolden
and Estelle Mae Porter.
The funeral service will
be 10 a.m. Monday, Dec.
20, at The Sunland Chapel,
the Rev. Greg Roberts offi-
ciating. Interment will fol-
low in Riverside Cemetery,
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting.
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at
www.jamesandsikesfuneral
homes.com.
Faith Chapel North
Funeral Home
1000 South Highway 29
Cantonment, FL 32533

Wallace
Dewayne
Cook

W. Dewayne Cook, 55, of
Pensacola died Tuesday,
Dec. 14, 2010, in Pensacola.
He was born in Marianna
on June 6, 1955, to Edna
and the late Alvin Cook.
Dewayne graduated from
Sneads High School in
1973, and moved to Pensa-
cola in 1977 to embark on a
career in the automotive
retail sales industry.
Dewayne began his ca-
reer with Vince Whibbs
Mazda as a counter sales-
man. He then worked with
Pete Moore Chevrolet as a
lead counter salesman.
Over the next 18 years, he
served as the parts depart-
ment manager with the
Sansing Chevrolet Motor
Division. He was employed
,as the parts department
manager and information
technology coordinator
with Centennial Imports of
Pensacola at the time of his
departure.
As a self-taught informa-
tion technology coordina-
tor, his extensive knowl-
edge, versatility, creative-
ness, and dedication to the
corporate mission were
passionately admired and
appreciated by his peers.
His untiring efforts to sus-
tain a quality information
management program that
was user friendly will be
greatly missed by his co-
workers, and irreplaceable
to the business. During the
past 33 years, he enjoyed

want to receive mail, he
said. Any exterior improve-
ments to the trailers would
be done by his company, he
said.
Thompson's request will
be entertained at an upcom-
ing meeting of the city's
planning council, which is
actually made up of the
town council. A public
hearing and special meet-
ing on the land use change
will be held at an as-yet
unscheduled meeting. It
will likely be held later this
month or in early January.
Acting as the town coun-
cil at their Tuesday meet-


an accomplished career in
the automotive industry,
including impressive sales
marks and other individual
achievements.
He is survived by his lov-
ing wife of 21 years Marsha
Elder Cook; two sons,
Yancey Cook, and Brigham
Cook and wife Colleen of
Altha; one grandson, Coy
Cook of Altha; his loving
mother, Edna Mercer and
husband Alva of Dellwood;
two sisters, Lisa Seay and
husband John of Marianna,
and Sharon Charles and
husband Scott of
Dellwood; four nieces,
Meagan and Morgan Seay
of Marianna, Tara Horton
and husband' Jeff of
Chipley, and Sara Napper
and husband Robert of
Pensacola; and two
stepbrothers, Tim Mercer
and wife Gladys of
Dellwood, and the late Ken
Mercer of Dellwood. He is
also survived by his in-
laws, Ken and Mary Elder
of Cantonment; sister Sus-
an Skinner and husband
Tom of Pensacola; brother
Dale Elder of Cantonment;
nephews Tommy, Sam,
William and Gordon Skin-
ner of Pensacola; and
niece, Chloe Elder of Can-
tonment. There are many
extended family members
who adored him as well.
He was a true friend to
many, and we will cherish
his memory forever.
Dewayne was a devoted
and loving husband and fa-
ther, who will always be
known as "The Florida
Gators' No. 1 Fan." His un-
tiring love and devotion to
his family, as well as the af-
fable sportsmanship and
uplifting character he em-
braced towards all fans and
sports events will be greatly
missed.
There will be a memorial
service at 2 p.m. Friday,
Dec. 17, at Faith Chapel
North Funeral Home, lo-
cated at 1000 South High-
way 29, Cantonment, FL
32533. The family will re-
ceive friends and loved
ones one hour prior to the
memorial service, from 1 to
2 p.m. at Faith Chapel
North.


ing, the council listened to
Thompson's proposal and
received a written summary
of his plans, but took no
action.
Council members point-
ed out that, in planning for
future growth, the council
wanted to make sure that
no trailer park would be
placed in this particular
area.
The previous owner,
according to Councilman
Jimmy Wright, had
planned to put townhomes
on a portion of the proper-
ty.
Thompson appeared irri-


James & Sikes
Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Fl 32446
482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhomes.com

Ralmon
Stephens

Ralmon Stephens, 87, of
Grand Ridge died Wednes-
day, Dec. 15, 2010, at his
residence.
A native and lifelong resi-
dent of Jackson County, he
retired from Florida State
Hospital, where he was a
carpenter. He loved to hunt
and enjoyed the outdoors.
Mr. Stephens was a mem-
ber of the Welcome Assem-
bly of God Church.
Survivors include his
wife, Blonnie F. Stephens;
four sons, Thomas Earl Ste-
phens and wife Beverly of
Chattahoochee, Robert
Stephens and wife Joyce of
Fairbanks, Alaska, Ralmon
Harrell "Buddy" Stephens
and wife Tammie of Fort
Myers, and Charles Ste-
phens and his wife Annette
of Chattahoochee; two
daughters, Mary Frances
Dudley and husband Paul
of Grand Ridge, and Irma
Mitchell and husband Ben
of Franklin, Ga.; two broth-
ers, Matthew Stephens of
Chattahoochee, and Don-
ald Stephens of
Blountstown; nine grand-
children; and 11 great-
grandchildren.
The funeral service will
be 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 17,
at the Welcome Assembly
of God Church in
Dellwood, the Revs.
Charles Stephens and Rob-
ert Stephens and Dr. Tho-
mas Batts officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in the
church cemetery, James &
Sikes Funeral Homes Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends 5 to 7 p.m. Thurs-
day, Dec. 16 at the Wel-
come Assembly of God
Church, 6784 Messer Road,
Grand Ridge.
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at
www.jamesandsikesfuneral
homes.com.


tated at times during his
impromptu presentation,
saying that he wasn't trying
to "ramrod" anything
through, and that he was
doing all he could to ensure
a quality development.
He challenged the town's
prohibition on trailer parks
in the area and questioned
town attorney Guy Green
as to why those were
allowed, while his develop-
ment must receive special
permission.
Green said the others
could have been grandfa-
thered in before the land
use plan was adopted.


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Duke's wife has been living
with her mother in Lynn
Haven, near Panama City.
It wasn't clear how long the
couple had been living
apart.
A man next door to what
is believed to be Duke's
mother's house said he did-
n't want to talk to the
media. He called the situa-
tion "tragic" and said "it's
been trying for everybody."
According to the man,
identified by neighbors as
Duke's brother-in-law,
Duke lived with his wife in
the mobile home, but
Duke's wife was currently
in Panama City. Later, the
man walked through a
white archway that con-
nected Duke's yard to his
mother's yard and tended to
the dog.
In Duke's yard, there was
a sign lying on the ground
that said "Vote Steve
Benton." Benton ran for
Jackson County School
District Superintendent in
2008 against Lee Miller.
Benton lost to Miller,
receiving slightly more
than 47 percent of the vote.
Neighbors described the
rural area where Duke lived
as "quiet" and "clannish."
Margaret Mayo has lived
down the road from Duke's
residence since 2000. Mayo
said she had only seen
Duke a few times in his
yard, and said he "stayed to
himself." Mayo's mother
has lived on Mill Road
since 1973 and she thinks
Taylor, Duke's mother, has
lived there just as long.
Mayo knew Duke's
mother, who she referred to
as "Ms. Taylor," and said
the family members are
"good people, average peo-
ple, Christian people."



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Continued From Page 1A
filled with students accept-
ing awards, but no one was
hurt except Duke, who shot
himself after exchanging
fire with a security guard,
police said.
"It could have been a
monumental tragedy,"
Superintendent Bill Husfelt
said. "God was standing in
front of me and I will go to
my grave believing that."
Video shows Duke rising
from his seat, spray-paint-
ing a red V on the wall,
then waving a 9mm Smith
& Wesson handgun and
ordering everyone to leave
the room except the men on
the board. They dove under
the long desk they had been
sitting behind as he fired at
them.
Duke rambled to the
board about tax increases
and his wife, but also
apparently created a
Facebook page last week
that refers to class warfare
and is laced with images
from the movie "V for
Vendetta," in which a mys-
terious figure battles a
totalitarian government.
The school board was in
the midst of a routine dis-
cussion when Duke walked
to the front of the room.
"We could tell by the
look in his eyes that this
wasn't going to end well,"
Husfelt told the AP.
Husfelt was calm as he
tried to persuade Duke to
drop the gun, but Duke just
shook his head. The only
woman on the *board,
Ginger Littleton, had been
ordered out of the room
too, but she sneaked back in
behind him and whacked
his gun arm with her large
brown purse.
"In my mind, that was
the last attempt or opportu-
nity to divert him,"
Littleton said.
Duke, a large, heavyset
man in a dark pullover coat
got angry and turned
around. She fell to the floor
as board members pleaded
with her to stop. Duke
pointed the gun at her head
and said, "You stupid b-
-" but he didn't shoot her.
She's not sure why.


She joked during a
Wednesday press confer-
ence that her three daugh-
ters asked "'Are you just
stupid? What were you
thinking?' I don't have an
answer for that."
After several minutes,
video showed Duke slowly
raising the gun and leveling
it at Husfelt, who pleaded
"Please don't, please
don't."
Duke shot twice at
Husfelt from about 8 feet
away and squeezed off sev-
eral more rounds before
district security chief Mike


Mayo's son, Jason Mayo.
also lives on Mill Road.
Jason said he didn't recog-
nize Duke and he never
heard anything out of
Duke. Jason said the family
.has always been pleasant.
"(Duke's) family right
there is as good a folks that
walk," Jason said.
Jason said the situation
has made him think about
who is neighbors are.
"You don't know really
what your neighbors are
capable of." Jason said.
Duke was a convicted
felon. He was incarcerated
for four years before mov-
ing to Mill Road.
According to The
Associated 'Press, in
October 1999 Duke was
charged with aggravated
stalking, shooting or throw-
ing a missile into a building
or vehicle, and obstructing
justice. He was convicted
and sentenced in January
2000 to five years in prison
and was released in January
2004. Records show Duke
was a licensed massage
therapist before his arrest,
but it wasn't clear if he was
employed.
It's not clear if Duke had
a regular job. Neighbors
didn't know if he worked.
The Mayos said there
was a sign in Duke's yard
advertising military manu-
als for sale. They also said
Duke would sell the items
by Interstate 10.
Last year, Duke talked to
Jackson County Floridan
advertising staff about put-
ting an advertisement in the
newspaper for free self-
defense classes for woman.
Duke reportedly said he
and his wife wanted to offer
the classes.
In September 2009, Duke
advertised 30 self-defense
manuals for $20 in the
Jackson. County Floridan's
classified section.


Jones, a former police offi-
cer, bolted in. Police said
Wednesday the pair
exchanged at least 14 shots,
with Jones hitting Duke
four times, felling him.
Duke then shot himself
fatally in the head. Police
said he had at least 25 more
rounds of ammunition.
Somehow, no one else in
the small board room was
injured in the clash that
lasted several minutes.
Husfelt said at least two
rounds lodged in the wall
behind him.
In Duke's brief exchange
with the board, he said his
wife had been fired from
the northern Florida dis-
trict, but never told Husfelt
or the board who she was or
what she did. Members
promised to help her find a
new job, but Duke just
shook his head. Husfelt told
Duke he didn't remember
his wife but would have be
responsible for her dis-
missal. so the board mem-
bers should be allowed to
leave.
"He said his wife was
fired, but we really don't
know what he was talking
about," Husfelt told the AP
on Tuesday at his Panama
City home.
Duke's wife was appar-
ently living with her moth-
er in nearby Lynn Haven. It
wasn't clear how long they
were living apart.
Tommye Lou
Richardson, the district's
personnel director, said
Rebecca Crowder-Duke
was fired from her job as a
teacher in February. She
had been hired in
September 2009 as a pri-
mary school teacher for
students with special needs
but didn't pass her proba-
tion. She wasn't able to go
into further detail on the
reasons.
Richardson said
Crowder-Duke had indicat-
ed that she felt like there
was a violation of her
employment rights, but she
never filed a lawsuit.
Duke was charged in
October 1999 with aggra-
vated stalking, shooting or
throwing a missile into a
building or vehicle and
obstructing justice, accord-
ing to state records. He was
convicted and sentenced in


January 2000 to five years
in prison and was released
in January 2004. Records
show Duke was a licensed
massage therapist before
his arrest but it wasn't clear
if he was employed.
Attorney Ben Bollinger.
who represented Duke dur-
ing his trial, said Duke was
waiting in the woods for his
girlfriend with a rifle, wear-
ing a mask and a bullet-
proof vest. She confronted
him and then tried to leave
in a vehicle, and Duke shot
the tires.









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AP BUSINEss WRITER

BRUSSELS
Disagreement over how to
fight Europe's debt crisis
deepened Wednesday, on the
eve of a two-day summit of
European leaders, as violent
protests and uncertainty
fueled investors' concerns
once again.
Amid the political dead-
lock, the crisis' effects rang
out across the region. Rioters
in Athens smashed cars and
hurled gasoline bombs at
police during a nationwide
protest and general strike
against the government's lat-
est austerity measures and
steps to weaken union bar-
gaining power.
Rating agency Moody's
meanwhile warned it may
downgrade the debt of Spain
- the eurozone country
many economists say is too
big to be bailed out the way
smaller Ireland and Greece
have been.
Still, diplomats said the
meeting of European Union
heads of state and govern-
ment Thursday and Friday
would not result in any new
shock-and-awe decisions to
contain the smoldering debt
crisis. Instead it will focus on
a small change to EU treaties
to set up a new crisis mecha-
nism agreed almost two
months ago.
But the pressure on
European policymakers to
find a way out of the debt cri-
sis remains high. Many econ-
omists warn that weak
growth, paired with worries
over the health of the banks,
has made the debt loads of
countries like Greece,
Portugal and Ireland unsus-
tainable. Concern that they
won't pay back their credi-
tors has rocked bond markets
and pulled down the value of
the euro.
Calls for bolder actions,
either increasing the euro-
zone's 750 billion ($1 tril-
lion) bailout fund or creating
pan-European bonds to boost
confidence in the euro, were
nevertheless growing louder.
German Chancellor
Angela Merkel so far the


An asylum seeker boat approaches the rocky shore on Christmas Island just before
it breaks up on the rocks Wednesday. AP Photo/ABC



27 asylum seekers



die as boat sinks


BY KRISTEN GELINEAU
AND TANALEE SMITH
ASSolI\ED PRESS

SYDNEY A wooden boat packed
with asylum seekers smashed against
jagged rocks in a storm off an Australian
island Wednesday, flinging terrified
occupants into churning waters and
killing at least 27 people.
Christmas Island residents on a cliff
above watched in horror as the boat -
carrying about 70 people broke apart
with a crack, dumping screaming men,
women and children into monstrous
waves that pounded them against the
rocks.
"It was just horrible. People getting
crushed. Bodies, dead children, the
whole thing was pretty awful," island res-
ident Simon Prince told The Associated
Press.
Officials gave no immediate word on
the nationality of the victims. The
Customs and Border Protection Service
said in a statement Wednesday that 27
bodies had been recovered from the
water. Forty-one survivors were plucked
from the seas, and one person made it to
shore.
"The rescue is being conducted in
extremely difficult and dangerous condi-
tions," the customs department said.
"The search and rescue situation is ongo-
ing."
Women and children were among the
dead, Western Australia state Premier
Colin Barnett said in a statement.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service sent
doctors to the island to treat 30 injured


victims, said Joeley Pettit-Scott, the
group's spokeswoman. Three patients
were critically injured, two men with
head injuries and one woman with blunt
abdominal trauma, she said.
Acting Prime Minister Wayne Swan
said the vessel was a people smuggler's
boat, but it was not clear where the pas-
sengers were from.
Christmas Island is a remote Australian
territory closer to Indonesia than the
Australian mainland and a frequent target
of refugee hopefuls, who are housed in a
detention center there. Australia is a
prime destination for people from poor,
often war-ravaged countries such as
Afghanistan who want to start a new life.
"This incident is a tragic reminder of
the danger faced by people fleeing perse-
cution and human rights violations in
their home countries, and the desperate
measures they'will resort to in search of
safety," said Richard Towle, the United
Nations Refugee Agency's regional rep-
resentative.
Photos and videos taken by witnesses
at the scene show the wooden boat crash-
ing into the rocks and breaking apart. The
images also show people floating in the
water amid the wreckage. It is unclear if
they are alive or dead. The boat was
about 20 to 30 feet (6 to 9 meters) long,
with a cabin covered by a sheet of fabric
or plastic.
Prince, who lives next to the cliff
where the boat crashed, said he was
woken early Wednesday by what he
thought were cheers. He walked to the
cliff and instead heard cries for help from
a boat just offshore.


Disagreement over EU debt


crisis measures deepens


From left, European Commissioner for Economy Olli
Rehn, Italian Finance Minister Giulio Tremonti,
Luxembourg's Finance Minister Jean Claude Juncker
and Belgian Finance Minister Didier Reynders.share a
word during a round table meeting of the eurogroup at
the EU Council building in Brussels on Monday. AP
Photo/Virginia Mayo


most ardent opponent of both
proposals was attacked by
the country's biggest opposi-
tion party for her inertia.
In an opinion piece in the
Financial Times, the parlia-
mentary leader of the Social
Democrats, Frank-Walter
Steinmeier, and Peer
,Steinbrueck, Germany's for-
mer finance minister, said a
"more radical, targeted effort
to end the current uncertain-
ty" was necessary.
They called for a partial
restructuring of the debts of
Greece, Ireland and Portugal,
guarantees for the bonds of


stable countries, and the lim-
ited introduction of pan-
European bonds.
But even Social Democrat
leaders were doubtful that
the Eurobond proposal
would get a hearing at the
summit. "My expectations
are not great," Sigmar
Gabriel, the head of the party,
said in a statement. "Both
Merkel and Sarkozy seem
allergic to any sense of strate-
gic vision."
Meanwhile, EU officials
indicated that an increase in
the bailout fund would not be
ruled out.


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THURSDAY


Tigers handle 'Dawgs,


74-59


BY DUSTIN KENT
Fi o Si).-\N SPoRTs EDITOR
In the first of two scheduled heavy-
weight district clashes between Chipley
and Marianna this season, it was the
Tigers taking the first one with a 74-59
victory Tuesday night in Chipley.
The Tigers took advantage of 26
Marianna turnovers, and a 9-for-24 per-
formance from the free throw line by the
Bulldogs.
Chipley also got stellar performances
from two of its star guards. with Cameron
Dozier putting in a game-high 24 points
and Alex Hamilton adding 23.
Senior post Rodney Lee also scored 14
points for the Tigers.
Kruize Pinkins was the only Bulldog
player in double figures, with 23 points.
The Tigers led after each quarter of the
game, going up 16-13 after one period,
and taking a 34-27 edge into the halftime
break.
Chipley then pushed the lead to 19 with
a big third quarter to go up 64-45 heading
into the fourth.


"We knew it would be tough," Marianna
coach Travis Blanton said. "We knew how
good their guards were. They've got one
of the premier guards in the area in Alex
Hamilton, so we knew it would be a tough
game.
It was made tougher by the Bulldogs'
inability to hold on to the ball against the
Chipley full-court pressure, which gave
Marianna fits all night.
"Turnovers have been an issue for us
since the beginning of the season,"
Blanton said. "We knew the turnover bug
could get us again, and it did. But give
Chipley credit because they are that good.
They're the reason we turned the ball over
most of the time. They're a very good
team. They really are."
The Bulldogs are 2-1 in district play.
and now 4-3 overall.
It's an unusual position for Marianna to
be in after its recent dominance against
league and county competition.
The Bulldogs lost just four games all of
last season, but now are faced with three
defeats before the Christmas break.
See TIGERS, Page 2B >


Hornets beat Blountstown

BY DUSTIN KENT ..L Z~.,
FLORIDAN S'OIrs EDITOR
The Cottondale Hornets
held off a late Blountstown Till!
rally to take a 48-46 district
victory on Tuesday night in
Cottondale.
With the win, the Hornets
improved to 6-3 overall and
5-2 in league competition.
Darien Pollock led
Cottondale with 15 points,
with Jeremie Glover adding
11.
The Hornets led almost
the whole way, taking leads
of six and five points after
the first two quarters of
play.
The Tigers rallied back to
take a 35-33 lead in the
third period. Cottondale
responded with a 13-6 push
to take a 46-41 advantage
with just under a minute to
play.
Blountstown was not out
of it yet, as the Hornets
turned the ball over, and the
Tigers came back down and
nailed a 3-pointer to cut the
deficit to 46-44. 7
After a pair of free throws .
by Trestin White made it .' .' .!.
48-44, the Tigers got anoth- '
er basket to trim the margin
back to two.
Cottondale had a chance f-
to put the game out of reach
with two more free throws, -
but a traveling violation on ,
the ensuing inbounds play : i
gave the ball back to ::':"
Blountstown. -
Unfortunately for the i
Tigers, they were unable to
convert on a last-second
shot in the paint as time %
expired.
It wasn't as smooth of a F "
finish as the Hornets would
have liked, but it was a dis-
trict victory nonetheless. 7
Cottondale's Darien Pollock makes a shot during the closing seconds of Tuesda
See HORNETS, Page 2B game against Blountstown. Mark Skinner/Floridan


GHS bounces


back with big


win over Bucks


in Panama City.
But Graceville was'a
much different club on
Tuesday, leading from
start to finish, and never
really being threatened.
"We played good,"
Tigers coach Thomas
Register said after the
game. "We were finally
patient on offense, and we
finally played hard again."
Register said it was a
big win for his team after a
lackluster effort against
the Hornets, a loss that
resulted in an 8 a.m. prac-
tice the following morn-
ing.
See GHS, Page 2B >







Graceville's
Kevin Potts
makes a
shot at a
recent
game.
Mark
Skinner/
Floridan


Lady Tigers win big,


prep for Cottondale
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR .
The Graceville Lady
Tigers preserved their per-
fect district record Tuesday
night with a 58-9 annihila-
tion of the Bozeman Lady
Bucks at home.
The Lady Tigers
improved to 7-0 in league
competition and 8-3 overall.
Xaviera Henderson led
Graceville with 15 points,
while Brittney Flournoy
added 14 and Tiara Sorey
10. .-
Graceville jumped out to a
16-2 lead in the first quarter,
and took a 37-5 advantage
into the halftime break.
r The win sets up a rematch
with the archrival
Cottondale Lady Hornets
tonight in Cottondale at 7
p.m. Graceville's Mychea Williams makes a shot against
See WIN, Page 2B 0 Sneads. Mark Skinner/Floridan


Harris gets his deer


Jabo Harris poses for a photo with the eight point-deer he shot at a range of 40
t yards in 27-degree weather Tuesday afternoon. Harris, a Marianna High School
senior, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harris. Contributed Photo L


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Tigers
Continued From Page 1B
"It's been a long time
since we've had three loss-
es this early." Blanton said.
"I can't remember that far
back, and I don't want to
remember. But we have
lost to some quality teams."
That they have. with


Hornets
Continued From Page 1B
"We had a couple of
turnovers late that almost
cost us," Cottondale coach
Chris Obert said. "But I
thought we played real
hard. I thought we showed


GHS
Continued From Page 1B
"We decided it would be
my way or no way," the
Tigers coach said. "We
came out (Tuesday night)
and did a great job. We did-
n't have one time when I
had to correct a mistake
more than once. I corrected


Win
Continued From Page 1B
The Lady Tigers won
the first matchup between
the teams 41-34 on Nov.
18 in Graceville.
But Cottondale has won
six consecutive district
games since that night, and
is now 6-2 in the district


Chipley still sporting an
undefeated record,
Rutherford appearing to be
a major power in 3A, and
Malone showing to be one
of the most improved teams
in all of 1A.
"I think of all the teams
we've lost to, they've got
maybe two or three losses
combined," Blanton said.
"1 think the competition


a lot of poise for the most
part against their pressure.
"We had a couple of situ-
ations late when we were a
little careless. But for the
most part, we took care of
the ball. (The Tigers) do a
lot of pressing and trap-
ping, and they do a good
job with it. I know we had a
few turnovers, but I thought


them, and then they cor-
rected it.
"The guys just played
hard. They got loose balls,
boxed out, hustled on
defense ... we just played
sound basketball."
It's the kind of effort that
Register has preached is
necessary for his team to
compete at a higher level.
"I can't wait to .show
them the film because I can '


and 7-3 overall.
If the Lady Hornets are
to get back into the race
for the district's top seed, a
win is a virtual must.
For Graceville, a victory
would put it in prime posi-
tion to lock up the top seed
for the second straight
year.
"It's a big district
game," Lady Tigers coach


has been good for us. but
we definitely want to start
winning some of those
games.
"The good thing is that
some of our problems are
correctable. The turnovers.
the free throws, they're all
fixable. They're stuff that
we can work on and get
better at. Part of it (Tuesday
night) is that Chipley's just


we took care of it about as
well as you can hope for."
The Hornets still had a
tough time keeping the
Tigers off their tail, just
narrowly escaping with
their third straight district
win.
"(Blountstown) fought
hard," Obert said. "Every
time we had a lead and


finally show them what
happens when we play
hard," he said. "We sprint-
ed back on defense, took
charges, did all the little
things that we have to do.
"We have to play hard to
be in every game. Don't
take anything away from
Cottondale, but we didn't
play hard in that game.
They took the lead, pushed
us around, and we didn't


Jon Habali said. "It could
help us lock up the top
seed. I know they've got-
ten a lot better since the
beginning of the year, and
they always play us tough.
It's a good rivalry game."
It's also the first time
that the Graceville girls
have played at Cottondale
since the Lady Hornets
defeated them in the dis-


really good. They're the
best team in the area that
I've seen."
The Bulldogs stay in dis-
trict play for their next
game, traveling to
Pensacola on Friday to take
on Catholic.
They'll finish the week
on Saturday against
Bainbridge in the Subway
Classic at Chipola at 8 p.m.


thought we were going to
get some breathing room,
they fought back. They just
kept coming."
Cottondale will next play
this weekend in the
Subway Classic at Chipola.
The Hornets will take on
Interlachen at 4 p.m. Friday,
and Houston County at 5
p.m. Saturday.


respond well. If we don't
play hard, we lose."
Kevin Potts had a big
game for the Tigers, lead-
ing the way with 26 points,
eight rebounds, six assists,
and six steals.
Leander Ford, Marquise
White, and Jacky Miles all
scored 10 points for
Graceville, which led 34-
24 at halftime, and 53-29 at
the end of three.


trict championship game
last season on a last-sec-
ond shot by Jakia
Grimsley.
"They're always tough
ii their home gym, and the
last time we went there,
we lost at the. buzzer,"
Habali said. "We're famil-
iar with them, and they're
familiar with us. That usu-
ally leads to a close game."


Lady Pirates lose to South Walton


The Lady Pirates' Tezlyn Henry and Kayla Rabon try to grab a loose ball during a game against Graceville. The
Lady Pirates lost to South Walton 72-13 on Tuesday night on the road. La'Tilya Baker scored nine points to lead
Sneads, which fell to 1-9 on the season. Mark Skinner/Floridan

SPORTS BRIEFS


Tough contest


Sneads OaryIl Johnson makes a shot against


7,
Sneads daryll Johnson makes a shot against
Cottondale. Mark Skinner/Floridan




Fla. State's



Ponder still



idled with



arm injury


TALLAHASSEE, Fla.
(AP) Florida State has
returned to the practice
field to prepare for its Dec.
31 Chick Fil A Bowl game
against South Carolina, but
without quarterback
Christian Ponder.
Seminoles coach Jimbo
'Fisher said Tuesday that
Ponder would resume
practice Dec. 26 in antici-
pation of playing against
the Gamecocks. Ponder
battled an arm injury for
much of the season while


leading the Seminoles to a
*9-3 record. He was held
out of the Dec. 4 Atlantic
Coast Conference title
game after the injury
flared up after a 31-7 win
over Florida.
Sophomore EJ Manuel,
who is 4-2 as a starter as
Ponder's backup, will take
all the first-team snaps the
next 10 days.
Fisher also said junior
running back Jermaine
Thomas would resume
practicing Thursday.


Seminoles' Hudson

makes AP

All-America team


NEW YORK (AP) -
Florida State offensive
lineman Rodney Hudson
and Florida punter Chas
Henry have been named
to The Associated Press'
annual All-American
team.
They were the only
players from Florida
schools who garnered
first-team AP honors
Tuesday. Hudson was one
of only three players from
the Atlantic Coast
Conference to be named
to the team while Henry


was one of four from the
Southeastern Conference.
A finalist for the
Outland Trophy symbolic
of the nation's most out-
standing lineman, Hudson
becomes Florida State's
first AP All-American
since offensive tackle
Alex Barron in 2004. A
four-year starter at Florida
State, the 280-pound
Hudson was a second-
team pick by AP last year.
Florida safety Ahmad
Black was a second-team
selection this year.


High School
Boys Basketball
Thursday Sneads at
North Florida Christian,
4:30 p.m., and 6 p.m.; South
Walton at Graceville, 5:30
p.m., and 7 p.m.
Friday Marianna at
Pensacola Catholic, 6 p.m.,
and 7:30 p.m.; Sneads at
Blountstown, 6 p.m., and
7:30 p.m.; Bonifay at
Graceville, 5:30 p.m., and 7
p.m.
High School
Girls Basketball
Thursday Graceville at
Cottondale, 5:30 p.m., and 7
p.m.; Marianna at Chipley,
5:30 p.m., and 7 p.m.
Friday Sneads at
Blountstown, 4:30 p.m., and
6 p.m.
Subway Classic
Area basketball enthusi-
asts will have an opportuni-
ty to witness some of the
best high school basketball
that the Florida Panhandle
has to offer this weekend, as
/Chipola College plays host


to the second annual
Subway Panhandle High
School Classic.
The two-day event will
begin on Friday, with games
starting at 4 p.m. On
Saturday, games will begin
at 3:30 p.m.
Friday's games:
Cottondale vs. Interlachen
(Jacksonville), 4 p.m.;
Bainbridge vs. Andrew
Jackson, 5:30 p.m.; Malone
vs. Houston County, 7 p.m.
Saturday's games:
Choctaw vs. Interlachen,
3:30 p.m.; Cottondale vs.
Houston County, 5 p.m.;
Malone vs. Andrew
Jackson, 6:30 p.m.;
Marianna vs. Bainbridge, 8
p.m.
Chattahoochee
Red Birds
Open practice sessions
for the Chattahoochee Red
Birds baseball club of the
Big Bend Baseball League
of Florida will be held
Saturday and Dec. 18 at
12:30 p.m. EST at Therrell
Field in Chattahoochee.


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Sifting through the 28 days of bowls


BY JOHN MARSHALL
AP COLLEGE FOOTBALL WRITER

The college football
bowl season kicks off
Saturday afternoon with a
showdown between 6-6
teams in the New Mexico
Bowl.
Forgot about that one
already? That's OK, with
35 bowls in 28 days, it's
hard to keep track of them
all.
This guide to the bowl-
a-rama, filled with the
clunkers, the handful of
must-watchers and a few
tidbits sprinkled in, should,
(hopefully) make it a little
easier.

HEISMAN,
NATIONAL CHAMP
Auburn's Cam Newton
has one big trophy in his
hand and is now trying to
join an elite list.
This year's .Heisman
Trophy winner gets a shot
at becoming the 14th play-
er to win college football's
most prestigious individual
award and a national cham-
pionship in the same sea-
son against Oregon on Jan.
10.
It's happened five times
since 1993, including
Alabama's Mark Ingram
last season, but just once
- Pitt's Tony Dorsett in
1976 in the previous 54
years.

DISTANCES
San Diego.State earned a
berth in the Poinsettia
Bowl and Hawaii is in the
Hawaii Bowl, giving those
teams a nice home-field
advantage.
SMU got an unexpected
one; the Mustangs will face
Army in the Armed Forces
Bowl in their own stadium
because TCU's is being
renovated.
For long distances, Tulsa
gets the nod for playing in
Hawaii, close to 4,000
miles away.
The longest road trip
actually on the road?


Boston College in the San
Francisco Bowl and
Stanford in the Orange
Bowl in Miami, both close
to 3,100 miles. That's
about 46 hours in the car
for anyone who's up for it.

NAME CHANGES
In the ever-changing tilt-
a-whirl of bowl sponsor-
ships, four bowls have
switched names this sea-
son: GoDaddy.com (for-
merly GMAC), uDrove
(Roady's) Humanitarian,
Kraft Fight Hunger
(Emerald) and Bridgepoint
(Pacific Life) Holiday.
The Holiday Bowl is
making its sixth title spon-
sor change, but is still short
of the name-switching
champ, the Champs Sports
Bowl in Orlando. Since
1990, it's been the
Blockbuster Bowl,
Carquest Bowl, MicronPC
Bowl, MicronPC.com
Bowl, Visit Florida
Tangerine Bowl, Mazda
Tangerine Bowl and
became the Champs Sports
Bowl in 2004.
The Meineke Bowl will
switch names in 2011,'
becoming the Belk Bowl
after the department store
chain, and the Gator Bowl
has hooked up with
Progressive Insurance for
next year.

ODD
JUXTAPOSITION
The New Year's Day
Outback Bowl will feature
a 46-year-old coach on his
way out, and an 84-year-
old who's coming -back for
another season.
Florida's Urban Meyer
will be coaching his last
game, walking away from
the Gators to spend more
time with his family and
because of health concerns.
Across the field will be
Penn State's Joe Paterno,
who's decided to come
back after making a record
37th postseason appear-
ance in his 45th season of
coaching, another major-


college record.

NUMBERS
$18 million. Payout for
BCS bowls. highest among
the 35 bowls.
$500,000. Payout for
New Orleans Bowl.
believed to be (not all the
bowls are so forthcoming
with money info) lowest
among the bowls.
645. Combined yards
rushing per game between
Georgia Tech and Air
Force, the nation's top two
running teams. They meet
in the Dec. 27
Independence Bowl.
24. Bowl wins by Penn
State's Joe Paterno, a
record.

MORE NAMES
When it comes to bowl
sponsors, food-related com-
panies rule this season with
six as title sponsors:
Tostitos, Chick-fil-A,
Outback Steakhouse, Little
Caesars, Kraft Fight
Hunger and Beef
O'Brady's.
Financial companies and
the autofiotive industry
aren't far behind with five
each.
There's also sponsors
from weight loss, cap man-


ufacturing, educational
services, even helicopters
and aerospace and defense
technology.

THE MISSING
Teams that will have key
players or coaches who
will be out for their bowl
games.
Iowa. Insight Bowl vs.
Missouri. WR Derrell
Johnson-Koulianos and
leading rusher Adam
Robinson (both suspend-
ed) and RB Jewel
Hampton (transfer)
Kentucky, BBVA
Compass Bowl vs.
Pittsburgh. QB Mike
Hartline (suspension).
North Carolina, Music
City vs. Tennessee. LB
Bruce Carter (knee) and
OL Alan Pelc (shoulder).
Miami, Sun Bowl vs.
Notre Dame. Coach Randy
Shannon (fired). Offensive
line coach Jeff Stoutland is
the interim.

ODDS
Looking for the biggest
odds among the bowl
games? It's a tie, at-least as
of Wednesday: Boise State
over Utah in the Las Vegas
Bowl and Oklahoma over
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On the low end,
Syracuse and Kansas State
(Pinstripe) are a pick'em,
while Northern Illinois
over Fresno State
(Humanitarian) and LSU
over Texas A&M (Cotton)
have 1-point spreads.

CLUNKERS
New Mexico Bowl,
Dec. 18, UTEP vs. BYU.
two 6-6 teams in the first
game of the first day of
bowls doesn't exactly
inspire gatherings around
the TV, at least outside of
West Texas and Utah.
Military Bowl, Dec.
29, East Carolina vs.
Maryland. A bowl spon-
sored by the military with-
out a military academy
featuring a 6-6 team (East
Carolina) and one
(Maryland) that's having a
hard time persuading fans
to drive to a game just
down the road.

BEST NON-BCS
Sun Bowl, Dec. 31,
Notre Dame vs. Miami.
Normally, two 7-5 teams
don't garner a whole lot of
excitement. When it's two
storied programs fighting
their way back to


respectability with one
that fired its coach it
definitely adds to the
intrigue.
Capital One Bowl,
Jan. 1, Michigan State vs.
Alabama. OK, so maybe
both teams had their
national-title hopes go up
in smoke. They're still
good, physical teams and
it'll be fun to watch them
beat up on each other.

CAN'T-MISSERS
BCS National
Championship, Jan. 10,
Auburn vs. Oregon. Uh,
duh.
Rose Bowl, Jan. 1, TCU
vs. Wisconsin. The Homed
Frogs are undefeated (again)
and would like to make an
argument they should have
been national champs against
the overpowering Badgers,
who could be the nation's
best one-loss team.
Orange Bowl, Jan. 3,
Stanford vs. Virginia Tech.
The Cardinal only lost to
Oregon and has Heisman
Trophy runner-up Andrew
Luck. The Hokies have
won 11 straight games and
have dynamic Tyrod
Taylor. There could be
plenty of fireworks on the
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loudly
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snacks
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musical
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apples
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HOROSCOPE

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) Optimism is wonderful
when realistically applied, but it
can be just the opposite when
based on false premises. Don't
set goals or targets for yourself
that are totally unreasonable.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) When in discussions
with friends, you should try to
do more listening than talking.
There is always-plenty of infor-
mation that you can get from
them.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) -All you'll be doing is ask-
ing for trouble if you get finan-
cially involved in a venture or
enterprise that's promoted by
another and about which you
know little. Operate within your
wheelhouse.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
Subdue your impulses to
enter a venture of a competitive
nature, especially if it's some-
thing -outside your bailiwick.
Your judgment might be more
hopeful than realistic.
ARIES (March 21-April 19)
An indifferent attitude
toward your work will be
reflected in your performance,
and, regrettably, could cause
you to be careless, apathetic
and totally unconcerned about
the outcome.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -
Putting unnecessary stress on
yourself to get things done a
certain way is asking for misery
if you can't pull it off. Relax and
do what you can.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
Putting pressure on yourself
to be the first one out of the
starting blocks may result in
not pacing yourself properly
and faltering before you can get
near the finish line.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)
If the old ways are working
just fine where your work is
concerned, don't experiment
with some new procedures that
are totally unnecessary.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
You'll remain in fine shape
where your finances are con-
cerned, as long as you don't
lend any money to someone
who isn't likely to pay it back in
a timely fashion. Don't be a sap.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
Leave your spouse adequate
space to supply his/her input
instead of insisting that every-
thing must go your way. All
you'll accomplish is to put
him/her in a bad mood.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
If you don't take control of
yourself, your mood could wild-
ly swing between buoyant opti-
mism and crippling doubt. No
one will know how to please
you today.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
- Don't be a patsy and let
someone get more deeply
indebted to you than this per-
son already is. If you keep
falling for his/her sob story,
you'll deserve to be taken for a
ride.


Friendship is heating up


Dear Annie: I am in a bit of a bind. One
of my closest friends is like a female ver-
sion of me. We can talk to each other about
anything, from relationships to off-the-wall
topics that most people would consider
strange. .,;.
However, when we talk to each other,
about our recent sexual exploits, some not-
too-subtle flirting occurs between us. This
leads me to believe she wants to
be more than friends, and I
know she gets the same vibe
from me.
Recently, she kissed me to
see if the attraction was( *
there. She tried to play it cool \ jile
as if it meant nothing, but that \
kiss made me want to find out
if there 'really could be more
than just friendship between us.
I'm sure she feels the same way. I just
don't know how to go about expressing
to her that I'd like to give it a try without
damaging a great friendship. I'm so con-
fused. Any suggestions? Chicago
Dear Chicago: Ann Landers said; "Love
is friendship that has caught fire." Your
friend obviously is interested in a romantic
relationship, but she is waiting for you to
make the next move. We say, go for it. It is
possible that if things don't work ouf, the
friendship will be awkward for a while,
although it can recover. But if you don't


BRIDGE
In today's deal, you are sitting East, defending
against five diamonds. Your partner leads a fourth-
highest spade six. What would you do after South calls
for dummy's seven?
Three no-trump by South is the best contract, but
that is very hard to reach. After South opened three dia-
monds, showing a decent seven-card suit and 6-10
high-card points, North's jump to five diamonds was
sensible.
Declarer thought he would need the club finesse to
work, but then he noticed that he could give you a
chance to err.
If you take the first trick with your spade king (which
in principle denies holding the queen), South can make
his contract. You would probably shift to the heart
queen, covered by the king and ace, and West would
next lead a club. South, though, could win with
dummy's ace, draw trumps, play a spade to dummy's
jack, and discard his club loser on the spade ace.
Apply the Rule of Eleven to partner's spade-six lead.
Six from 11 is five. So there are five spades higher than
the six in the North, East and South hands combined.
And you can see all five: dummy's A-J-7 and your K-9.
Since South cannot have a high spade, take trick one
with your nine. Then return the spade king, noticing
that partner plays the two, showing that he started with
a five-card suit. When you get in with your club king,


take the risk, you will always wonder
"what if." Good luck.
Dear Annie: My sister's 32-year-old
daughter, "Sasha," lives with her. Since she
was a teenager, Sasha has been in and out
of jail for theft and fraud. She has stolen
from me and every other relative. If Sasha
is in your home, you can be sure things will
be missing. My sister, however, continues
to think the best of her daughter.
My husband and I are having a large
party to which my sister will be
invited. I have, no problem
S making sure she understands
S" that the invitation does not
S extend to Sasha, but I recog-
Snize that this will offend my
sister, who probably won't
\come. Can you suggest a less
/ I hurtful way to invite my sister
but not her untrustworthy
daughter? Finally Had It
Dear Finally: If your sister
refuses to recognize that her daughter has
a serious problem, there is no way to
exclude Sasha without offending her moth-
er. You can phrase it diplomatically and
apologize for not being able to invite Sasha
to your party, but if your sister chooses not
to come, so be it. You cannot be expected to
open your home to someone who repeated-
ly steals from you and will likely steal from
your guests, as well.


North 12-16-10
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West East
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VA 9 7 6 3' Q J 10 4 2
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Dealer: South
Vulnerable: Both
South West North East
3 Pass 5 All pass

Opening lead: A 6

shift to the heart queen, and your side
gets one trick in each side suit for down
one.


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Mazda 3'08 5sp. 4dr.
silver, exc. cond.
39,800 mi. rear spoil-
er, new tires $10,900
334-805-0818
Mercedes 82 380SL
announcement real estate ATVs Campers/Travel MotorHomes/RVs Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles 93K mi. H/S tops
sid forrent railers forale forSale forSale forSale chalk brown
r '1sidettnopulootsent PWRS/B, windows,
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'/ 01 Coachman Catali- .. su radd sound
r,3 30ft. no pull outs, 7- ym p upgraded oe
7,195. Must Sell!! t, '1' top storage rack,
r.4- c cond. 334-655- .f clean, well main-
SJ62 or 334-655-8461 V N 06 attained w/ records.
S R 0 06 Travel Trailers Lite, 2 fitfully Ford '02 Taurus SE REDUCED $11,500.
GeneralNotice Apartments- 2005 John ere torsale,sel co loa ke BMW'05,325 Sedan, Chrysler '07 PT Loaded, LIKE NEW! Jaguar 05 XJ8L 4 334-792-9789
nalo furnished 500 Buck 4D4. trained 334-793-4438 lobwmieage $8,5 Blue w/tan leather, Cruiser, Loaded, 48K ONLY 15,125 miles 4-door. Black. Owner
Unfurnished 500 Buck4x4a 334-793-4448 lmileag$38,500 45k mi, one owner, miles, Automatic, $6,725. CALL: pd. $68Knew. Asking
$4999LOC00 COMPA or 334-793-4448 OBO 334616-6508 No paint work, LIKE NEW! $8,500. (334) 790-7959 $25,985. 850-896-3774 .
BUYING ALL 1/1 & 2/1 apt.,in 30 ft. 5th wh. '05 Sid- IV .;=. j, I..1',. (334) 790-7959 -
LtowN 1/1&2/1apt.,in Call: 850-210-4166
BUYING ALL town, $450. o. No 2008 Kawasaki Kfx 90 ney OB Keystone 1 Ig.. 4* ::. s,--.. -~ FORD -'03 Mustang -.- -" .
BCSCHAMPTIX pets. 850-573-0598 ATV Kid's model slide, Q-bed, sofa, 2s ~- -- ~ Buick 4 LE Chrysler'07 PT GT 96000 miles, CD,
$$CASH 36345 (334)726-2168 rockers, white cabi- -- a~ : i..' -, j .:t Cruiser Low Mileage, leather, PL, PW $8500
(866)222-8492 jqwcpa@live.com nets, many extras, mloade, LIKE NEW! 36330 (334)494-6480
1500.00 very pretty. $16,000. Sport Coach 1983 ire .ri- $200 down $189 per 36330 (Mercedes-Benz'03
334-803-7726 or 334- ',T, .:l, i .ut I.:..- t ,:' r,,- ..' i,r- -. u, $200 down $189 per Mercedes-Ben2 "03
Honda 2007 TRX 90 803-7705 travel! Very clean & up,new ra.$3495 rmo. Call Ron Ellis Ford '05 Crown Vic, Lexus 98 LS400 C240. White pearl
t Duplex/Triplex Almost New! Elec. CARRIAGE'02 only 48k mi, $4,995 2832/693-6835 blue, 139k mi, $6750 Ithr int.heated seats, int. Sun roof, power
LOST: 2 white bull Start, Red, Low hrs, CAMEO 30 ft. 2 slides Call 334-793-3494 Cadilac '07 DTS fully 4dorypwr ring 098 405-615- exc condo $9,800 334 suns chade. 6- c CD
puLp t a;eLasthsenGrage Kept. $ 1,500. wellekeptdincludes or 334-333-1291 leather 4 door, pwr. 1099/850-573-3426 333-3436 or 671-3712 changer. $11,545
puppies; Last seen Garage Kept. $ 1,500. well kept includes or 334-333-1291 loaded, leather int. windows, tilt, cruise 334-718-5251
nearSalemChRd Lg LR, BR, Kit CH/A OBO. 080.334-796-3721 super slide hitch tan in color, 29K mi. tr .1 'F 'CD Lincoln '00 Town car
near 82 S m R quiet neighborhood, $15'000 334-687-9983 f IntrCAl.pFlC Lincoln '0' .T.wn car Mercury '05 Grand
850-557-8029 $295/mo, 1221 Griff Honda '96 300 4X4, $15,000334-687-9983 RVs/Campers $21,000.334-693-3980 N'E CAR' 21 d, r,ure Mercury'05 Grand
LOST -2 wht bulldog St. Chattachoochee excellent condition. Wanted CADILLAC -'05 2t.0 m:. C iee S- - ,. --. ,iufu Br., silver Marquis LS, white,
puppies w/blk spots 251-391-9253 $1,996. 334-791-8238 DeVilleDts loaded la-.:-r :i. ;91J3 mad. 0 4- leather ether seats, wood
Lost around SalemDts loaded dash trim, 170,780
Lost around Salem Honda '97 TRX90 5th '06 Fleetwood 2- with moonroof, fac- ,rea t- m c ,, ter mi. $6,500. Call
Ch Rd & Howell Rd in HousesUnfurnished 4-wheeler slides, with 07' tory na & dvd, heat- Polyengineering, Inc.
Sneads.850-557-8029 Like New Cond. r'!01 s! Silverado 250 work ed & cooled memory K mo ar 334-793-4700 ext. 134
Lost cat in auto acci- 2/1 concrete block $1500. 334-792-8018 truck as package seats. 95,000 high- Ford 06 F250 diesel .:* ..-r .red '
dent on 1-10 exit 151 home for rent, tile Dutchmen 40 ft. payoff$36,000 way miles, $9500 obo ran 15,20. 334-197330 Mcond teal geno
late Nov. REWARD floors, washer h/u, Polaris 500, '06 4x4 Travel Trailer'06 334-470-8454 334-797-2320 eatrtr rz 4 120.L l 01 w c ndew lrebteng
850-526-4031 pets ok, $300/mo + Automatic, low hrs & 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, Cadillac '99 Deville : r. It ,ncolgn Townca 9,000. 334-333-4913
LOST: F Collie near kgrnd ck miles,$4200 850-482- 2 Slideouts, Loaded, transportation white w/ tan leather rr% 6ccond: ina. Si- gnatureisw/
LOST: F Collie near 850-263-5753 8717int. new tires, air & Crte6Al*., nas ci I10m 60-.-
Capt. D's in Mar. An- 8717Like new. $18,750front end. goodcond original, Matching $31.900 ..b'. Sb '.;9.446; ar .r 4
swers to MaryJo or 3/1.5 Brick Home Polaris '96 2x4 334-406-4555 $3,600.334-774-5333 numbers, Classic, Ci i 31.314 .I03J 0, rr3-
Josie. REWARD 850- 2589 McClain St. Magnum 425 Collectors Item. -..
209-8600 C'dale $650/mo + 4-wheeler Good FLEETWOOD'05 ---- Call 850-210-4166 Ford 06' Focus SES 4- Lincoln '07 M:, .
dep 334-714- condition $1,750 Prowler AX6, 5th wh, dr. r. a. Julo. leather. Li.rhttr, v ,- pE 4 -
merchandise 9553/334-714-8343 334-792-5253 36ft, 4 slides, large un r,.:,t. p.,:,Ir. IkI tr,,-.r. learrhr heated
shower, 30/50AMP. CarSeeker .r. .,r e Ti,. $.i t t. ABS. -:d
3/1 Brickhome, 8mi Yamaha'04 Bruin $26,000 OBO 334-695- CarSeeker 8 0 33 .9.301 ,:.r rgs. 37 m,. NA Nissan Alra
E of Malone, $575/mo 4wd, extra low hours, 4995, 334-687-7862 ..'; : 334-726-9500 DA $21,175 sell for 205 Liter.
+ $500 dep. lyr lease 6_ 334-726-9500 DA $21,175 sell fo 0 5 iter.
+ $500 dep. lyr lease ll 334-795-6743 camouflage $4000 30' $17,900 850-814-0155 Priced to Sell! $5,950.
850-569-5940 Call 334-795-6743 Fourw Double 4-heel Drive Chevrolel '74 El Honda '05 Accord, Lincoln Congressio Call 850210-4166
Austin Tyler&entAssoc slide-out 2BR.Awning CaminoCorvette 81 White 100K Mi. thr al Town Sedan 03' Nissan '07 350Z
5QualityrMicrowave,stereo, '00 F150 Good condi- Needs minor work. seats. Exc. Cnd. Conk &
850-526-3355 ch&a, loaded. Like tion 94,000 mi43 $5500 OBO 334-699- Automatic 350 seats. 3xc-4Cond43 142K mi. white w/ Convertible. Black &
ch&a, loaded. Like tion 94,000 mi 4.3 $9800 334-446-1943 tan leather top, Tan 6-speed. 25,500
"PropertyMgmtis '02 Pontoon bySport New.Mustsell e- v6automatic 1366 or797-6925 (Silver) sell as is or 205-799-8988 seats, loaded6000. miles owner.
our ONLY Business" Crest. Less than 15 diately $11,500 OBO transmission, reen Chevy '02 Camaro $4900. OBO 334-693-2274 20,000 334-701-5380
Cottondale 4/, hrs. Great Cndition Cell: 585-269-0244 exterior4WD,$700 Conv. 35th Anniv. Ed. 334-774-1915
ly renovated. Close $6,400. 334-447-5001 Jayco '08 Flight27' OBO (334)237-8933 Auto New top/New Mazda'01 626 IX
to 110, off 231. $800 '09 G3 15', 20h 4str w/super slight, I7' Ford '77 F-150 4WD tires, Exc. Condition Corvette 88' Stingray 158K M, L. .j ce'i
S09 G3 15., 20h 4str Xw/super slide Ig 87700 b34-596^66 ^ e ^ K mi1 P cJ
Looking for +dep. 850-209-1351 Yamaha 25hrs ex- bath, used 2x's, Runs, in good shape, $7300 3345969966 convertible 108K P er, ,
Christmas ideas? Large 2/1, Family tended warranty, $10,500 850-482-8717 $4500 334-447-5316 3 1 800. 334-791-3081 pl 33J 42
Look no further! room, extra nice, trailer, 2 seats, gear Corvette 94 85K mi. 334 '9 92 0
32" RCA TV private lac. off box, wired for trol- tie. te.r.,,na :r II e Nissan '10 Rogue SL,
$75 great cond. Hwy 73 N, near town, ling motor. epvYllonnt GMC '95. C:..nr, r- ;: rni. Lor,- REDUCED Honda C': ., Black. Excellent
3pc. Oak Ent. $550 850-878-0703 V',-rri,:,..,A',,,,'lc. -" Exc" ell;nt
*Center. $50 8 3 J..a2,.:..2, V r .. A C. run $10.995. 060 334 CLEAN NICE CAR' Tires. Power Seat
Center. ^ ._"" an.' lrt. & .1 A. 61E.?9322 or 334.596. RLIrS GOOD.395 Power Windows, 4Dr
Very nice w/lots Mobile Homes 16FT GLASS STREAM ':"- -- ,, r.:. ~ sl.. ? 1790 MUST SEE"'! iCal 650 210I.6 wd. with 15,300
R O a k G lid e r fo r R e n t e i- n le r imri 'st. It isin e M. Oi
r Rocker blue L Tll r,pr, JAYCO "09 Jeep 98 Wrangler Chevy'04 Impala lent condition
upholstckeryblue finder $2300 New, slides, 27" flat 117mi. Newtires RUNS GOOD Mada 09MiataMX skingS2,500OBO.
Caolster, $8 2/2 clean Dbl-w, no 232-4610 TV, loaded, very nice, wheels. Looks/drives Newly Built Hardtop Convertble Ca334-714-9809
Ca334-794-2210 ets or smoking lyr $19000 334-687-3606, ood. 5-sp4cyl $8000Transmission! $3,950 Loaded, Bluetooth & Oldsmobile 04Alero
ease, family 4, $500. 2Pontoon Boat'95, 334-695-1464 OBO 334726-6165 Call 850210-4166 Sirius Radio, Low mi. low miles, very nice,
ets & animals dep85718-815 OBO 850-573-1920 Mountaineer '04 Chevy '05 Cobalt Infinity 'O G37 $5300. 334-726-1215
212 Located btwn GR u[3'"u .I ..rPaFi 'I-,, I MR1 door. Inaded. infinity '10 G37
-&.Sneads water/rdladt -;Siver. Bl.aa Learer Mercedes '73 450 SL
0.& Sneads water/S Cn Toyota Matrix'061-
garb.ds water/ $375/mo t.-.- -. : ,r,,i,i, 1 ." Cruiser '01 PT int. Pr.m,Tium pa3: Convertible Toyota Matrix'061-
garb. incl. 37/mo 5 7 0 -i e,.:.'r: :,rn d, r m..', i rn. Leather, Sunroof, age 7500 Mi. New (hard/soft top) owner 34K mi. red,
Sr 850-573-0308. ..' .r.:,.r I: ,,l, run' I '.l '.e -'t..r, [:er Local Trade $ 3,395. Cond.$29,500OBO $12,000 OBO904-368- dealer maintained,
2&3 BR MH C'dale. r L3i :-I.:,t -r;r .4 Call 850-210-4166 912-655-8971 1153 Leave msg $12,800.334-803-3397
$500&up H20/garb/ e r ..F. t .i,
sewer incl. http:// '99 1hi n. Chevy'08 Impala
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response from individuals Marianna & Sneads Pro-team 175, $20,000 334-726-6594 Great,$19,000 334 Like New Cond.
who illsell your imalfr ( 850)209-8595. Me rcry t-is WED 1
board, Trailstar Sabre by Palamino 405-9127 Auto.Trans.$12,900
research or breeding pur-08, 28f 5t 334-475-0237
pose Please screen re- MH. for rent, trailer, not used '08, 28 ft 5th FRID Y
spoelents carefully when monthly & ee off the showroom camper, 3 slides, Aviation
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S3/2, 2/2 in C'dale, Call 229-723-9277 93-5675 m
SCats no pets, CH/A $425- Sunny Brook Tr '02 i
B$2 $500 850-258-1594 Iv 2. t 2 ; 1966 Cessna 310K for JA C K SO N
Free kittens, 4 avail message sale or will take on
Fble kts850-557-2846 M. -.:o:,lu',.-r:.r, lrIr partner. Colemill up- "Chevy 81' Curvette'
ble 850-557-28464 r
Mobile Homes o: ,:,.,r. I.: .-i.,rT i grade. 110 hours Red, Auto, Mirrored F
S-Free:multirl .: a s since engne over- Tops, 52K mi. New
-colorParks ed haul. Call Ron at 498- Tires, Calipers,
850-482- 5880/850- Bass Tracker 09 Pro 3279 good condition, Brakes & Shocks. CHRISTM S DE D LINES
-9727 1 & 3/2 Quietwell 160 like new, 16ft Sydney '10 Outback en andwhite ex- Garage kept. 13,500.
maint. H20/sewer/ 30HP Mercury w/ 31ft. Only used 3 teror, light gray inte- OBO 334-596-2376
s garb/ lawn icl. $375- power trim, trolling times, dual slide rior, $105,000 36330
$Dog 575 Lon term RV motor, dept & fish outs, sleeps 10, 2- (334)498-3279 r Ch rysler 00" Sebng THUR223
Lots avail. Joyce finder, Shrs on motor entrance doors, ferrellr@roadrunner. Conytop, runs/ooks
ostn Terier Pp Riley RE850-209-7825 $ 8300. 334-493-7700 a in/out ent. center, com great, loaded, 140k
ietas 5Te-e trl $ d o 7 outdoor stove, elec. miles, $829 0. OBO Deadline is WEDNESDAY 12/22 1:00 PM
L$250 850-557-2346 Rent t Own: 2 & 3BR Chinew 14 ft. w/4hp awning, 28" flt Call 334-59
MH's. Lot rent incl. motor w/newtrailer screen TV, $26,000 Autwombiles Mazi da '06 Miata MX5 FRIDAY 12/24
CKC Toy Poodles For details 850-557- exc. cond. $1450. OBO 229-310-7252 grand touring edi-
Home Raised 3432/850-814-6515 334-596-1738 Chevy 2010 MalibuLT tion, blue with Deadling is WEDNESDAY 12/22 2:00 PM
Ready for Christmas! o r 10K m. on-star, XM ground effects, one
FM $350 M $250 realestate e o $ radio, blue. $17,050. owner, garage kept, SUNDAY 1226
334-794-2854 334889-4226 only 7330mi, auto,
commercial torrent Concord Coachman Boss Stereo/CD,
'05 Motor Home Automobiles like new $15,900 Deadline is THURSDAY12/23 10:00 AM
LHCHRSE '7 T23' long 2700 mi. for Sale Call 334-393-8864
Chihuahe Tke over payments.
SFish-n-Ski, 15ft, 850-593-5103
41POHP Chr. A. r m.A r.ir,

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Business Property ,:I.'-,Tll"it rit
Pentaoutdrive, gar, 35ft 460 engine, 7- "05 Beetle convertible
pies $325. CKCreil pup- Dwntwn 90 Front Ste fast!!! $10,750. jack, all new int light, loaded, only 19K mi.
tered, tails docked o1500st. ADvail, fully 334-347-7930 trig, steps, and bat- exc. cond. $13,900.
dew claws removed.- equip Beauty Shop Gheenoe Camo 13' teries. 2 TV's with Call 334-714-4001
Colors: black or 727-433-RENT w/trailer.2HP mtr.32 tow car. $15k firm 0 Crtieyu"COSTF" r-:=- sitrta ils
white/tan. Call #thrust trolling mtr Call 334-983-4941 '09 Toyota Corolla
(3r$150Sport ch. gray 31Kmi. 12" girls bike $15 Books- Sugar Creek Family size Waffle /z" Hyobi Hammer Senco Framing Nailer
(334)701-6297 or realestate 500 Firm 334-793- Cruise Master LE,'05, warr. 5-sp. 16 850-526-0094 Gang #7-12&20,36 by Baker, still in box $25 Drill $65 850-482- w/case & case of
(334)702-1395ahaveard@graceba.n resdeialf 3432orNight:s677-566sale 36ft workhorse chas- wheels power locks, Paul Hutchens. $20 850-569-2194 5634 nails $175 850-693-
ahaveard@graceba.nt Mariner motor 4hp, sis 8.1 gas engine, windows, cd, $12,000. 2 door dbl panel (850)482-83109633
low hrs. runs great. 22k mi., no smk, 7kw 334-475-33700or prehung interior (850)482-8310Fireplace screen, Izuzu 23 Longblock
puppiesh5-M.5-F, ter used only $525. A/C, auto leveling, R OBO 850-693-9633 Nailer w/case of sign, brass, $35 850- ries $400 OBO, 9-5 chine, NIB 30 stitch,
black and tan, Reg. 334-441-8421 cam. Roadmaster 3 t-l'v c.,,:n.', P nails $175 850-693- 526-3365 850-352-1255 $85 850-526-3426
parents on site. $150. ntow/brake system, r a -r ,-- 9633k
FREE FIREWOOD Lincoln AC/DC Weld- Skilsaw 2hp, 81/4 Ta-
334-494-1899Pontoon oat'919' '05 Jeep Wrangler 4 '2 Camera- Nikon I Lincoln AC/DC W bleSaw$200 850-
rated for 12 people, Unlimited, 41k mi, U-PICK UP er $300 850-42 4 482-5634
LH Chihuahuas & 4 hp force motor, Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k 40 ft. free pole tower N4004s 35mm 850-592-2063.425
Chihuahua rat terrier f ec. cond. $5000 w/ieeo.$60k without I $ ,:, n i"..in er WZ/Zom lens $200 805206 New Port. Kerosene ,,, i-a nv


mixes. Good selec- I HomesforSale 1334-299-3739 jeep, both in great be 1i-',n L'.-. $'1 5 0BO O 0)42-80 Fu rog canisters, set or Forced Air Heater black w/display rack
tion, Free-$500 cnnd.'r lling due to Bee 5 :1 Craftsman 12" 3, $12 850-526-3426 125k BTU,cost $250 $25850-526-3426
334-790-0075 : l hL S~,,r.. L-ather, 4 sz 17 truck tires, Bandsaw $250 850- Guitar Amp., Electric $125 850-482-6022 Tho s T
S4AL7AR-AJ NL Damon 2000 1.ltr-, EALL I N' E CAR! like new $125 850- 482634Fender Del, portable baby crib, Alon olect onEc.
nA ...! Damon 2000 ... 65w, Porabl Train Take-
farmers aket ip.:.rt. C-ummins Automatic $5,999 352-4528 Craftsman 13" Planer 10, a Tube, $500 light wood, $25 850- Con $60 obo
S 216 Primrose Drive ..-.-. h mi. slide, Call 850-210-4166 5 speed ladies (professional) $300 850482-7056526-3426 (850)482-8290
SL'ii-.'.nli :ks, diesel ."~ ---,-ar :; S.-h. .i t I;d..l.-.L g50-482-5634 Heaters, 6 Gas or
SSalboat '76-Catalina 61-50 Dark Cherry Lane Ce- Electric, 0 for all Power Wheelchair, Tool box $12
'a "- 3 .armary BakuganL dan 850-867-6868 needs batteries, $300 Gun Cabinet $125
30', 2 cyl. Yarmar I 6 Bakugan L.r ilh i 'Jr Chest with pad- 080 850-593-6486 850-352-4528
P 'S diesel eng., Very low DAMON DAYBREAK :.- E:. c .r. r i., ded top. $125 obo OOVanity85-352-4 nit
..... .__ Vanity- Purple vanity
hrs less than 250. '06,34ft. 6K mi. 2 ,... i5,j .2 "_)290 d i,0)482-8290 Hilachi Bradnailer Pure Gold American twth two glas n
Roller furling, bimin, slides, like new, big BMW 04 3251 w/case $65 850-482- Eagle, 1/10th ozd
head,microfridge. Fordengine 12mpg. red her op Drill Press DeltaRooterShaper 4- $200 850-569-2194 shelves and mirror.
Fruit &Veetables t B Good cond. Docked $61,000. 334-446-1094 interior, exc cond, 00 850-482-534 Table2-563Top $100 850- 56$25 (850)482-8290
rui&Vegetables maintained home, @ Snug Harbor slip or 850-227-5606 93kmi, $10,900 OBO Books-Left Behind 4825634Hopper Sprayer for Quick Cut Saw 14" Weed-Trimmer, gas
y1519s ft. Fenced B-6. 334- 673-0330. M o K t ', Call 256-497-8985 Series #1-12 by Electric Coping Saw Sheetrock $50 850- Hilachi $50 850-482- operated, Still in box
yard.Allppliances REDUCED 12,000. M co Knight, Buick Jenkins/LaHaye $30. $75850-482-5634 482-5634 5634 $75 850-569-2194
E 67T.- Mistay $129,900 Save $25K or more. Buick '02 Regal LS, (850)482-8310
Tomatoes,Turnips Mike (334) 550-9748 Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 bronze in color, Entertainment/ stor- Huge Lot of Zebra Ryobi 6 Vs Varible White wedding dress
|CollardsMustards | ;.. mi, many upgrades leather CD player, Chest of drawers, 5 age cabinet, solid Items, incl. sheets. Seed Bench Top with train veil includ-
Frozen Peas! a Lots-Acreage .. $159,700.850-866- PW & seats, $5300 drawers, solid pine, pine, $75 850-526- $60 obo. (850)482- Planer $200 850-482- ed like new size 18-20
Frozen Peas! e 2774 850-526-5832 $125 850-526-3365 3365 8290 5634 $300 850-272-1233
! Hay&Grain ) BY OWNER private
Hay rain setting, four -5.5 & Searaft, '89 20t11 thursday, December 16, 2010
two-7.8 acre Center Console, boat,
Hay for Sale: Coastal/ tracks, 8 miles motor & trailer, 95 -/
Tifton 85 $35-$45 per from Dothan 225HP Johnson Mtr,
roll depending on airport, 8 miles Dual Axle Tr. w/
quanity. 850-209-5932 from Headland brakes,wh., runs
square, paved well, very clean,
employment road, county Great cond. $5,500. Wednesday's
water, phone & 334-791-4891. WASAB SOLUTON
electric service. Columbia, AL WA' -- SOLUTION
owner will Finance ,
at 6.5 % interest Seado RXP'05,Jet -' .""3 4 2 7l 4 9 2 (
$4,750. per acre. Ski, 60 hrs, very
770"378"1559 5 clean, life jacket & $ '=-- -7583g8 41 2
cover me. $5500 850- i r1/
ii 11 7707 527-4455 OI I^ 71583 0412
CareerSeeker recreation STRATOS '00 22FT @ (2 @ 7() 9 3 5
Tournament Ready, ITHE SUDOKU GAmE UWITlH A KICK
225 motor, kept in- 5 (D 3 4 8 ( 6
HealthCare side, $11,900 Must 0 r3 3 S 4
see! 229-321-9047 HOW TO PLAY 6 1
NEW Cardiology STRATOS '00 22FT t 872 1 @ 3 6 5
Practice in Tournament Ready, Fill in the 9x9 grid with the missing -6 3 1 6 1- -_
Marianna, FL 225 motor, kept in- bers so that each column row and
Physician Practice side, $11,900 Must numbers so that each column, row and
Manager, FT, days ATVr1 see! 229-321-9047 3x3 box contains the digits 1- 9 only once. l
Please apply online Stratos '95 285 Pro
at wwwtmh.or Honda TRX9 4 XL. Dual console. There is only one correct solution
IT'Sowheeler red, exc,0 2 depth finders, g for each puzZle. BE SURE TO VISIT OUR
IT'S AS cond.necs d r () 111 NEWEST GAME SITE
$2999. sell for $1800. deck extension $7000 NEWEST GAME SITE
EASY AS 334-798-2337 334- 671-9770 GET MORE WASABI
1-2-3 '08 Honda TRX250 4- PUZZLES ONLINE!
CALL wheeler, red, exc. ARCHIVES AND MORE GREAT GAMESAT
2. PLACE OUR o cond. new cost
3. .. $4399. will sell $2500. BOXERJAM.COM 2008 BLO OTNC. KEWLBOX.COM
3. T SU 334-798-2337 "A o / 2008 BLOKDOT, INC. WWW.BLOKDOTCOML


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tr spo rtaf 0n Motorcyces Motorcyces JsportUti ty eh les portuti ity es Vans J Trucks-Heavy Duty Legal Notices J LegalNotices Legal Notices
Dirt Bike 07'Honda Kawasaki2000Clas -- MC 95, Conversion Ford 86 Bronco 2Purchase EEO STATEMENT
Condition on $925. Warranty ti1a r2012. gn. $2500 S&M Au- 4W/D, new parts, drawn for a period ofand install three (3) Jackson County is
37?2337d i. I s 850 re lt engine, 0 sixty days after the Mirowave point to committed to assur-n
:., .- .;'4--,474r ,, 9850-774-916 OBO33- 4- 0 scheduled closing point systems ing equal opportunity
-oy.ot307.q... time for receipt of inthe award of con-
B lack ,I.Cond s emg g,.ket5:oo . Volvo: 074XC90AL SUV FordT'89 Bronco, Runs bids. DESCRIPTION: The tracts and, therefore,





3ur15ker2- -b FFOTELE mumHwgeanrdates to croonwa thpWoint to Invitation to Bid
CarSeJker ,FORD '03 ExpedBition Sot:, ,yr4 I4 Wanted: grt, lifted, mud tires, Jackson County complies with all
d Bn .~ ,y', .LDv.. Iode trc Bla nt40 I Automobiles excel. cond. $3500 To the extent appli- Board of Commis- laws prohibiting dis-






Ready. Lots of Extras Segregated Facilities, in the County. unity Development
4 Srlo third row Back n OBO oo trade 850-774- cable to this project, sioners is seeking crimination on the
Automobilesta 07 Pris or 3 5 Cseat. 187K miles, $28,500 334-797-7116 P 9189/774-9186 attention of Bidders q u a I i f i e d basis of race, color,
forSale J Yamaha '05 V-star 88,000 334-689-99 4 135Toyoa Corolla or SR For i3 R rti ularly called vendors/contractors religion, national ori-
Toyota 07 Priss. 12C 3940k mi,2 as 0Cto conditions of quest for the pur- sl---



Black, 61k, Ex. Cond, et screaming ea-' 00.11 n at a or aer, and tate of Florida, O COT OA by the tate of Flori-
L sound, tt, grea, 4-71-7 I 555C Backhoe F Prob stickE- wittan aked bon d ini- tion of three (3) Mi-SI
JLs ound, tint, .great 3 r Sae $3,500 shift. 850-272-4243 $3500 33 21 surance rates toqui crowave point 4to Ivll onto Bid
gas mileage, trans- Harley Davidson 02 .lYa a '6 R6 Lu. d t 45,000 firm 334- be p unde te nt ssteseJackson County Co
new tires asking Sportster 1200 cus- Etra FORD '89 F150, 4wh, Segregated Facilities I in the County. munity Development
new tires asking tom k mile, Ready. Lots of Extrasor
14,500. OBO mEx. Cond. 5500 OBO 443'04 Explorer 443:John Deere3uc e D I P Section 109 Executive Grants Division
$Call 334-470-3292 arlh e D4 3 3Cond3-500dMUSTSELL50-548-5719 reasonable offer 229- Order 11246, and all1 ll p ed






lt C -- B- Yamaha 23004 V-Star Cl 334 r73i cab & aidedr, goor&d condb. THE FORM BID from the Purchasing Bid Number: 1011-07ened


Purpi ,Harley Davidsoni0 |S 10 ClaL..:. Bl.acl. &I ,3.i,,-.r in back $1900 S06 Chevy S4lverado LIKE NEWSet up PROPOSAL. Department between Bid Name: SHIP Re-
t ior 34-701-3855 Call'fordetails U:S Ehr.,!, t a new cl, gond. 850-9o L applicable laws and and recorded by the NOTICE: Is t hereby
Toyota 1mrL .r. sidered $ 6,950 paint and tires. W D Pre2 8171 regulations of thePurc chasing D epar Ct given to all general







,LtAN CAK: OB03:4 H 37 s 334-____ -. n: .f- -r wmdows o Ford '98 F150, great DATE: ________ P.M. C.T. Monday Description: The
B a YamCall 850-210-4166 $.a.aa'3.0018,000 334-899-3914 Toy ota Corollao. 334-9-6 Fo0 93Ranger over Federal governmen-ment OF THE JACK- contractors, licensed
S4 GPS, backup camera, r e11.60 m. n 5e hatchback or'89/90 100K mi. CD player, and State of Florida SONCO y be OARD by the Staters Flki
JBL sound, tint, a- ar Brr._ 5C ackhoe Ford robe stick white/tan askin g and bonding and in-tOF COMMISSIONERSd akey qaliied c r rs
NaSmlueag'" e, G rE AT1 6. Trm Y ha t 1 a T o Ai F 1334-886-9003 hO dolo ments. MADISON STREET p the Jackson County







f erbFr 's/Marranty ,l t c', c. 1 ,, k r.ri .r34-r2-. 634-691-2987 334-701-7552 HOUSING tor at 2864 Madison involving various
.new tires-asking -. .. 334- 726-4661 Marianna, Floriaa, Community Develop-





S$13,995 OB EXTRA CLEANO 92 pMC ma IN PARTICULAR, V6 Florida 850-482-9633 tion of single-familyc





Harley Davidson 'E2,0 655-8966C-714-248025-sp. runs great LF15191 or Fax 850-482-9643 homes.
UlraClsic-Bak--0. ,,. orLindback$1900 '01FrieghtLnerFL6 THE REQUIRED AT- CST. laette St. until











Volkswagon '06 Jetta Ultra C-. Bc B r 1 0t4166 Cummings/Onan $1800. OB 334-798k e m a i I
TDI. Greyil w/gray Ing Eae- n.ti C generate r 703 hr. 1768/5334-691-2987 .N THEtlakeyjacksoncount PAND 114/2011 nations 1:00 PM
Ithr.diesel, sunroof, ryEDLEd GDr'.l,. ,' 6 -8KW 3.o. a t 9 Che t vy Silverado COURTOFTHE14TH ySpecifications and C.S.T. ractor mu






heated seats, alum. $2690'h. r,:14.rr E, 2 4' 6unt 43 p.:vuu. 2 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT provide pre-
wp;.s12K srn o0 o65. OO54 auto air runs Jeep 1979 C7,EXEC AND General Conditions ingm data -






mpgw 120K mi $11o800 Harley Davidson 1986 Geely Scooter JO 40 p4'u0 lt great $2,800 080 Rebuilt 304 engine, JACKSON COUNTY, corning t em eligibili-
334-685-6233 FLTC w/side car. Good cond. $550 00 u- Lubnosed trailer $345,000 334-7691-2987 new paint, mild cam, FLORIDA SUBMISSION; DATE: ty and ability to meet
Ycyl 5 spee75mi SBMITTED WITH may be obtained







3exc. condo. $10,500. Notstreet legal FORD 99 E'pd.n ld pi 3iri 334 Chev'91 Cherokee headers,alu intake JanuaOF BIDfromy 14th 2011 No contract require-0







Classics & Antiques 080 3394-25 or 334-796-6S13 3 seats ful lded, 0918 or 334-795-bi0 pku l gte2 60 Hl Cr CASE NO:2010-627 CA l hate an TIME: 2:00 ment intcludedai
Harley Davidson'05 10 .. B.r in back $1900 06 Chevy Silverado LIKE NEW! Set PROPOSAL. Department between Bid Name: SHIP Re-
1200C. I I K r,;S3 6:100 .:rlr.oTme, ,- ,ellent new condo. 850-933- LS ext. cab. 4.8 eng. to tow behind RV. theehours of 8:00 habilitation
1oyota 925 Crnr, LE d ,rs.tr 12 0 cusom ci.nrnF4500OBOlo'd4C22rp-4B L2btow package, blue, $3,995. 334-790-7959 A.M. C.T. and 4:00
S O 33.1 s 4c 3 7 1 -1 ? co n.. windows or. ai






iS LEA 0 cAR head -10.' r CAT a Droit i ocIr ead tion, mited in a sealed dar days rior t
Callrts.BestOf c850-210-4166 r e,:.ond.$5,500.080 1200 334-494-460 kesalternator EQUn Plaintiff, OPPORTUNI- formation over:Inqui- Board of Commis-







251-747-4022 334-805 92 Freight.nerdbl andbattery.Cold TY EMPLOYER riesEALED BID and iden- icked up at theeking
9-6 Ch-e e 20810- 7 2 Bison14.OT. OBO 334ra479 ct. A12.5 R16 E winws& HANDICAP contacting by the NAME J ackson County Cors
C ro2as8hp, IU.- U Mir, g, ll 2 rs ago. doorIocks.$- -54800 bo ACCESSIBLEFAIR County Administra- to anticipate in work
" -5 E~p ,:,rer ;11 c.:~rr[ i. hC,,,.. gret Bi...3. 434-691-2987 334-701-7552 HOUSING tor at 2864 Madison involving various
$5700, Whit-e..with.. G A C N t oo.2 nw tins.00 34- E1ATE9ACQJURISDICTION Street, Marianna, forms of rehabilita-
g nuTRmrs te 6l8$0.66 8 3 92GrMC8SonomaoV-6 ..Florida 850-482-9633 tion of single-family







hlyrbl sn.com/ HeyDavidson 8' 3 0 Honda'Santafe d tu 5-sp. runs great A5com lte copy of 1u o oe
251- .ex y Ddsorang, Call 850-210-416637Kmminbrgundy, $3500.3O-793-4-798-6e-. .- FNOTICE OaF.SALE0 v4walk6t3ruofhomes







Volkswagon'06- Jetta U s 1K m u $5 URSUANT TO the bi packet ma will be on 1/04/2011
TDI. rey w/gMeray UlEd l S.porrt,., e Ut V se generator703 hrE. 1768 / 334-691-2987 HE CIRCUIT tlakey@jacksoncount Pre-qualifications:







ColetMerdes $ .334-791-4799 port Utility Vehicle 4nw s. 14o 14TH yfl.com Each. Contractor must







go ondD rare 4 Honda'i 2 XR250R .02 MC Sierra,white 6071 ead dor ad., n2o ntuale good NOTICE IS HEREBY Purchasing WEB site: C.S.T promptly on
heed satn, translm., O$2690 ir 32 H C $9,0.n8n50-41p-038 Chevy 93 Silverado 2 r G N p uaot to ww .jac ncou f Day heoe-
wheels, sat. radio 40 ri:,u-e1$I., B0,. 2500 v-8 auto air runs JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IMP dat








mpg. 120K mi $11,8 Harley M Davi c JoDr 4 l great $2,80 OO w eRebuilt 304 engine, JACKSON COUNTY, cerning their eligibili-e
334bargain-at$6, F sSco600r$BOu,_-ALub600n $re33400080 ewnpaint, mild cam, FLORIDA SUBMISSION; DATE: ty and ability to meet
exc. condo. $10,500. Not street legal FORD '99 Epedt,:.rn. PIElrin-er. 3.34721-Chevy '91 Cherokee headers, alum intake January 14th 2011 No contract require-








Classics488nt HONA 0 o r 334-793-4700 ex. 134 le 334-333-239 loar CASENO:2010-627CA later than TIME: 2:00 ments (included in
road tested onl. Jee 06 Wrangler, shredder & box bde 334-798-1768 cut Court of the copy. the contractor pack-
.2'2 FARrhEQUIP' ENT HH1Pc5Fre Jciet) of the SHIP Pro-
















r2 **. SI A( 180 ca^B 352 iHhp '96310 N-C rcctsn and fo List of bidders an bid on that house.
SHarleyDavidson 1992 t3 Chevy Axles w/456F 8 ALTYCOR is Plain- meeting of the Jack- 1/14/2011 at 2:00 PM
l'334* 5cbirW/Chev ea rr'n rear a' Florida Corporae Bids SHALL be sub-ncd at Bid op eni
1959K220SiiMercedes s-porster h,1200custom .. i10.C00.r,22 CAT, hyJalokerckn d tion, emitted in a sealedydar days prior to








HP. Do99 Expedit e a SECTION 0000 ions).. d COM S s envelope marked on walk thru. Contractor
parts. Best Offer...'Edd, Bauer 4. blue r, ,41c,0438 M y Thompn Pantiff, the outer most cover: packets may be
251-747-4022 94-tan,. g.d cord. 16xI2 rims w;th new SEALED BID and iden- picked up at the
19* r.80 .uis Chev0.rt0:i937i2.5 R g6.5 LT tires COMPASS LAKE 231 tifCed by the NAME m Jackson County Com







Camo Z8 a g lavaI. 0 c. S s j1 he. I A DER8000.34IS-266-5248 LLC, SUNSHINE REAL ESOF THers. Bid award will B oard Room 2864
702 Custom made VW 2. 2 334 71 9107 aut 12om FORiABIDS TATE ACQUISITION be made to the best Madison St Bids will4487
ower atripe r, all. alMier,. '.nio I .t 20 48ieaC PROJECT NAME LLC, ar SIfeTnda Bidder,ALONG WITH Lafayette St. Marian-

















custom, one of kind Honda 0 U\ ;. 0 cnte 'rr o8n0I r rMItrear 120 DT 44 Dodge $- 0 Bridge Creeksh Trail2and dgen t f.d best bid- any on all bids. sBonerdo Comeetin
paint job & wheels, 3000 iles $40 Ro iFogate r THE DATE AND TIME na F. i32448.
Sn10F166 npemursutacare00 3Road,9cash6at5 the








Adultriddenire Call: 850-2 6 r m sound w/ 6 eep5 Grand L 1 (cabfire)1 $229 per mo. Call Ron fro SR 71 to SR 10 JDefendants C t Chuck Lockey Bids will be made to
eng.red.23HKini.new Cl4 G T rS*, -n ue E 4 (US 90 C os e, BOARDCHAIRMA N the best bidder, as
er m. m, son '2CL. ed90 HondaR03 Santafe good, Mut Sell, '' bids, submit- ICEOFSALE A complete copy of walk thru of homes
cb, $22,000 OB ad. 42 Branter, Call '37 021K 41i burgun, $3500 3 r Ir Rdu37 Pre ed 9 PURSUANTTO the bid packet may will be on 1/04/2011t
$44,000 invested Rad. 9,9u Frm. ort Ulinq o:b 7d w M. be received b the 6th dar f ean b e acqu i red through all contractors need
239-410-4224 --- $7 u 229 220 0456 BToard of County the Jackson County to meet at 8:00 AMl
'02 Yamaha TTR 125L HONDA r'02 O CXR 0 Jackieon County, Flor- and General Condi-









exc. cond. $700.334- ridc .u ml. . ida. Owner), until (1) Begin at the NE EEO STATEMENT tions will be handed
790-d2508 .areh ire. E Lexus 07 RX350 2200 fr m Centrl GIVEN pursuant to an www.jacksoncountyf each day at the Com-









'06 lSOCC-c --t rr. tr hui. r I bamt,.-0-,- l p-i .r Tlime,' January 27, Section 1,Township 2 committed to assur- ningthewalkthru.
very s"ooth shifting, Cam8PM-11PM mi.n$4,000. callsJohn d r 4Hwndor ACal3- 21 Ou rcmerofn h o f o n Coyis prior t









06a dream to driver a 33 2 VS, 4, full i- 1rericks n@roadrunner Nom me ant of Foreclosure Purchasing Depart-unity information inquiries
lobargain es,80 75mp. P lmi .s.2 M sy F 2 g rw Adminstraton Builodrive, frondated 12/8/10, and ntt the award of con4487 Lafayette St. in
Top speed 80 mpH NA all334-333-2 rac 30 Masey Fodi 02 u p ing Purch334-691-sing, Stan e tered in Case N. tracts and, therefore, Niki Goodwin at the
Streetlegal$1800 fe n irn oa. oHastner)a 264 Madi2010-627 CA, the Cir- RFP's" to obtain al b ove address or by
OBO 334-699rcyc4009l rod t d sp boxbla 34-7-1 Sanna, Ces our the East laws prohibiting dis- calling 850-482-9083.participate
080MJ 229 33-346 9-2. TbomtosK. A. c.aut. $16.200.00 '796-352 CHEVY "E'96 S.0 Pick- FL Fourteenth Judicial in the walk thru to
2.22926171oac..22Kn-ls Le..ithar.1000hr-.. u.22 r LCegalNotices Circuit in and for List1f bidders andabideonxthat house.











7 xa.od. ,,itMo 5-yrro Low eE ,90 me s, 3b0, 3 3.TLF151 ALTY CORP. is Plain0 meeting ofthe Jack- f1/14/2011 at 2:00 PM













cyceiLow mleB-skLike Xt rsK 08elakleat ler Nissan '05Ford 04tRang erk 0 X lT ln resurface Old Span- hav c asn Dprmn COMMISSIONERS
$5000 o (334)718 asking $5,900. o5 fully restored, 4 r o0 LAKE 231 LLC and County Commission-County Commission
nda 7 n e nd K mi ince -,- r sidin doors, a i 4 l. Spanish Trail SUNSHINE REAL ES- ers. Bid award will Board Room 2864












r2e a*9 Kh 25 s-r.ol oldwre Ec very r4i- -1r6Wrkinlue RWlin hro a a accepted at the ed persons or firmsflon
stowmer bri2 M 2 i e 900 able, needs bodaE $ gO. 46. TATE ACQUISITION be made to the best Madison St. Bids will
cycle Low miles Like Xtas Full W/S 407-3 9 anL athfder work, $ 0 re es n' ahant bidder, but the e be arded during a
Chromed eng. mw ile rGrieatt CMdotor-er, he1100620A4rrowdLDotdarx PROJECT NAME will sell to the is reserved to reject Jackson County











custom, onew $5000.00. chrome mt guardX Chevy 130. t 01 Tahoe 4xro4 Marnnaln berk Ith M 334-798-0576 Foro5 Expedition mI44e. keyways, i di o eo C
Call 334-899-4224 000sa lebags, m$4,90ang 15k mfrd row sat rae Kota l r 1 p Edde 'Baue all shold Spanish Trail and highest and best bid- an son all bids Board oDCommis-













mlEs, rLdk, nex p int. tires.Lots of Chrome! $5,900. 646-620-9478 Cond$14,500 Loaded. version Van raised good cond. 1 owner selective pipe re- Bi 7e a f to aon- Madison Street, Ma- MaTianna: Fl. 32448
$7a0t r8 2n 9 fee all: 850-210-4166 premium sound w/t6 Jeep'95 Grand LA1601 (cabfire) 3100. 104K H4x4 $20 down Bridge Creek Road deg or cash at the T sooner's meeting.he













(30 1 2 9415 1 3 8 Cl 3 2 Chevy Blazer LS 03 Toyota '02 Highland- 334-897-2054 on 334- 3 3347-3441 Days s d er i1 thw Nomrta- ved or to r d cowng project:
leave message Kawasaki '09 KXF2$229pero.Call0 4 from SR 71 tExo SR 10 Jackn ty Btn of: Chuck Loc Bn 01 oids will bo made to
eng.r -Motorby8PM2 windows, exc cod. 4WD Lther. 82K mi. trs treshackso ns1 bd orttef w I DN
Amecan Ironhorse brothers perform- $5,500.334-792-8058 $11,500080ll GREAT'Trd334-796- Dodge97 CaravanCourthouse, 4445 BOARD CHAIRMAN the best bidder, as
Cnt VCd, ICn $ snLayfayette St. Ma- Board of County determined by the













S s oer. Vy ft 791-2360 8648 Needs Minor Rep Ford '1 4X4V-l c eed bn rovtionds. submit- ia F. t 11:00Commissioners Board of County
SJee94 Wrangler Toyota 05 4Runner -thee roads, ar tne oo o O














alloy22000-0- 334Engin2ee anga wheels, altepain Gold w/tan leather- -e direct wiiESCRIPTION: o The Market site.r
,ATV HONA 2000 3 Suzuki '05 Boulevar d ti$es, new cd player, heated seas, V8, Ford tr'95lbe receed by t 6to day of Januar DaleRatonGuthrie right is reserved to
ner 4x4 B y 2K mi on new fnt sets, 4W, sn tier stit 6,10k on St $6 rd C CLERK OF CIRCUIT reOct any ad aCR
TRX3FE3 Like new it. Gar. Kept. Lots of black & gold color, hitch, grill guard, JBL body, no rust, 40kt. V8, L ed, t a pron CO O. qualification
'02 YamahayTeRM125LH, m onry described as follows: iOnT bids. Tae-lofications
lIack on County, Flor- and General Condi-














exc.$2,499 ea stereo, $15,900 334- on eng. $2500 5K Miles, Blue til tions will e handed
72.I2 pm r comeroftheNWI//o of Jackson County is out prior to begin-













(334)797-60 1rr471 334792-1994 68-6233 Call3347030323 $2me, January 27, Section 1,Township2 committed to assur- ningthe walkthru.
Top0spee 80ot { -at t: Ahe Couenty North,Range 12 West ig equal opportunity Information inquiries




























SIARPET MARIANNA 3dr0 M ieedatl 'nhl Fgbr 'FlAe SGun of Jicdck m
CLEANED M AL H OMDEMAE MCAADKES aak 27 2011 Cu ty oe he Publ at voc pn 8,e acknsonW u
lowmiles,75mp 50. i le ..Adminstrln Buil- of Jackson CuCounty, in the a ward of con- may be made to8
l 3 1 rourhomeoor FROM- SCPr ing, Stan Florida; thence run tracts and, therefore, Nikki Goodwin at the
*GraderPan o IN NC* NO MIXES/NO Commissioner2s degree copB'01"complies with all above address or by





























c of business FROZEN PIE CRUSTS. Board Room at 2864 5.5 e et may be acquired chasing site then
OBO k by 334-699-40091Roofin s t bOtt ph, VTrIn T O4V Madison Street. Marianna, W o dis-calling 850-482-9083.














IlBulldozer Von Schrader Interior/Exterr ir te n- lin oed s ianna cWimination on the
Co C9LMX Dry Foam (850) 209-9395 Locally Man3r 32 tears Bintrsi thS e fol- l.i feet; then bais of race, con Bs MPORTANT; Bids
*iDem0e Extraction \ Free Est es lL At aog tu loing described North 85 degrees religion, national ori- shall be submitted in
S i Tractor Equip, F250 D Cre Prot: 14'16" West, 1036.50 gin, age and sex. the envelope provid-
eroe a NorPatrfnHarrowt 6' eto f ai" t on the ed6 s a- t Bhe walkr the ru.
750. Ex3. condo. Low ertSE, 110,990 miles, $35083h ao29248041h$h6,000a334-687-998#fo














r in Nmi. 5-yr srvc plan Vs, 4 wheel drive, octEast R/W lie of iLF15186 LF15183 T
08 *i ecl. $5Ko m sNissan m )mp ro m State Road No. 231;













8 Top Soi B Fl Dirt Nbol odor HOME REPAIRs trinteri-!l NanlTResurface Old Span- thence North 6 de-/14/2 INVI ION TO BI


































*Gravel BY House Free Estimates tount urgirne after the sale. s2later than 2p00PM enda PM CT
1400cc, black, 1- 334-701-2329 or, Bose 6 CD chang- NICE CAR! iriaoe i I A BID
owner/gar kept, hel-HONDA98 Valkyrie er,$10,900 callAn- MUSTSELL! $10,900Vans blue,V65speedman,,CreekRoadshTr omaSRnd agrees 42'51" West I2:0A0KONP COTY InoAtiON may
met &jacketi(334)797- _34 Cll852016n 482-9682).lSp along said RW line BOARD OF COUNTY
54k mi, $6800. 71 to SR 10 (US 90) 633.36 feet to a point NOTICE is hereby COMMISSIONERS
mi,$5800 asking low miles, runs great Chevrolet 5 Blazer 1999 Ford Windstar Call 334-897-0348 and resurface Carou being on a curve con- C
$5000 OBO (334)718' asking $5,900. OBO re d 450 Van LX, Chestnut rol- sel Loop fromt; given to all interest-
6338 334-693-5454 8hpeng'ine411ore'aror,quadseeting,du- ..Spanish Trail to Old ed persons or firms NOTICE is hereby
200 Honda750IdingoorsC Spanish Trail along said curving that sealed bids will given to all interest-
teefe)o JauNotrestohe.SRange. be accepted at the ed persons or firms
Shadow Spirit CMotor- 110Arwon ere Ho M E CK TheS Work includes R/W line through a Jackson County Pur- th sealed bids will
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NOMIXES/NO Commissionkernlosated at the Jack- Jackson County Pur-
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seat, & whitewall seat, fully loaded, MUT a Chevy ASTO'97 con options, new tires, age improvements, traction building, 2864 2864 Madison Street
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the right to waive ed persons or firms meeting of the Jack- complies with all
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Israelis building housing at school


BY DANIELLA CHESLOW
ASSOCIATED PRESS

JERUSALEM Israeli set-
tlers said Wednesday they are
building new housing at a reli-
gious school on the Mount of
Olives in east Jerusalem, despite
Palestinian and international crit-
icism of Israeli construction in
the part of the city claimed by the
Palestinians.
Israeli-Palestinian peace talks
have stalled over the issue of set-
tlement construction. Israel has
never bowed to demands to curb
construction in Jewish neighbor-
hoods in east Jerusalem, and
building there goes on constantly.
The new construction began on
18 apartments in three buildings
in a small settler enclave around
the Beit Orot Yeshiva, or reli-
gious seminary, on the Mount of
Olives across from the Old City,
near several Arab neighborhoods.
The school is funded by
American Jewish activist Irving
Moskowitz, who has also backed
settler enclaves inside Arab
neighborhoods in Jerusalem,
causing considerable friction
with local Palestinians.
Avi Lerner, spokesman for the
school, said the buildings, which
have Israeli construction permits,
will house staff and their fami-
lies. The new buildings will
"strengthen the Israeli and
Jewish presence in Jerusalem,
both on the east and west sides,"
he said.
Israel captured- east Jerusalem
in the 1967 Mideast war and
annexed it, a move not recog-
nized internationally. Since then,
Israel has built a ring of Jewish
neighborhoods around east


Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erekat attends the emergency session of the Arab Initiative follow up committee at the Arab League
headquarters in Cairo, Egypt on Wednesday. Washington abandoned efforts to restart the direct Israeli-Palestinian talks and has begun
a new round of mediated talks instead. -AP Photo/Nasser Nasser


Jerusalem, home now to about
200,000 people.
In addition, ultra-nationalist
settler groups have bought prop-
erty and built housing in estab-
lished Arab neighborhoods in
east Jerusalem, including the
Arab Quarter of the Old City, and
this one on the Mount of Olives.
Palestinians charge that Israel is
trying to turn the whole city
Jewish and eventually drive the
Palestinians out.
Hagit Ofran of the anti-settle-
ment Israeli Peace Now group,


said the project "harms the
chances of getting to a peace
agreement in Jerusalem."
Jerusalem municipal
spokesman Elie Isaacson said the
construction is a normal part of
the city's development.
"We approve building all over
the city for people of all denomi-
nations," Isaacson said. "There is
no (construction) freeze in
Jerusalem."
Three weeks after Israeli-
Palestinian peace talks resumed
in September, a 10-month Israeli


freeze on new construction in
West Bank settlements expired,
and Israel refused to renew it.
Israel also captured the West
Bank and Gaza Strip in the 1967
war, and the Palestinians claim
the territories for a future state.
Palestinians say they will not
return to the direct talks unless
Israel extends the moratorium
and applies it to east Jerusalem as
well. Israel refused, and as a
result of the deadlock,
Washington abandoned efforts to
restart the direct talks and has


begun a new round of mediated
talks instead.
With negotiations in disarray,
Palestinian leaders have raised
the idea of making a unilateral
declaration of statehood.
But Palestinian Prime Minister
Salam Fayyad said Wednesday
such a move .would not bring a
state closer.
Fayyad has been working on
building institutions for a state
that could function regardless of
the outcome of peace talks with
Israel.


Soyuz crew blasts off on space station mission


BY PETER LEONARD
ASSOCIATED PRESS

BAIKONUR, Kazakhstan (AP) --
Astronauts from the U.S., Russia and
Italy blasted off into the darkness
early Thursday, lighting up the chilly
plains of Kazakhstan with their Soyuz
spacecraft as they began a mission to
the International Space Station.
Russia's Dmitry Kondratyev, NASA
astronaut Catherine Coleman and the
l European Space .Agency's Paolo
Nespoli of Italy rode into space on the
Soyuz TMA-20, which plans to dock
at the orbiting laboratory on Friday.
Nine minutes after takeoff, a plush
toy tiger that Coleman brought as the
crew's mascot began floating in front
of her, signaling the beginning of
weightlessness as' the spaceship
.2, -reached an altitude of more than 125
miles (200 kilometers) above Earth,
according to NASA television
'. .footage.
The flight caps a decade of manned
missions to the space station, which
began in October 2000.
The departure of the Soyuz had
been pushed back several days due a
last-minute replacement of its re-entry
module, which had been damaged
during unloading earlier this year at
the Baikonur cosmodrome in the
Central Asian steppes.
Replacing a key module so late in
U.S.'astronaut Catherine Coleman, left, and Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli, crew mem- launch schedule had caused some
bers of the mission to the International Space Station, ISS, walk to the rocket prior the apprehension, although Kondratyev
launch of Soyuz-FG rocket at the Russian leased Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, on press conference.
Wednesday. AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky "All the procedures needed to check


the integrity of the ship have been
completed, and all those have shown
positive results," Kondratyev said.
Following the Russian space
agency's rigorously timed launch rou-
tine, the astronauts left the hotel that
has been their home for the last two
weeks seven hours before the launch,
boarding a bus to the strains-of a tra-
ditional Soviet-era rock song.
After suiting up, carrying their suit-
cooling equipment in one hand, the
three bid a final salute to Russian
Federal Space Agency chief Anatoly
Perminov, then headed off to the
launch pad, past a scrum of photogra-
phers and relatives waving goodbye.
As the crew squeezed into the
spaceship's tight three-person berth,
technicians ran final tests to ensure the
integrity of the craft.
As one of the tallest astronauts ever
to go to space, the two-day trip will
likely prove uncomfortable for the 6-
foot, 4-inch (1.92-meter) tall Nespoli,
whb has described riding in the Soyuz
as squeezing into a small car.
The launch took off from the same
pad where Russia's Yuri Gagarin
blasted off in 1961 on his mission to
become the first human in space. The
crew will be at the space station in
April to mark the 50th anniversary of
that mission.
International space operations will
enter a new phase next year after the
U.S. shuttle fleet is mothballed. Two
more shuttle missions are planned,
after which the Soyuz will be the only
vehicle available to transport crews to
the orbiting laboratory.


Suicide bombers kill at least 39 in southeast Iran


BY ALI AKBAR DAREINI
ASSOCIATED PRESS

TEHRAN, Iran Two suicide
bombers blew themselves up near a
mosque in southeastern Iran- on
Wednesday, killing at least 39 -people,
including a newborn baby, at a Shiite
mourning ceremony, state media report-
ed.
The attack, which also wounded 90
people, took place outside the Imam
Hussein Mosque in the port city of
Chahbahar, near the border with
Pakistan, the official IRNA news agency
said.
The bombers targeted a group of wor-
shippers at a mourning ceremony a day
before Ashoura, which commemorates
the seventh century death of the Prophet
Muhammad's grandson Hussein, one of
Shiite Islam's most beloved saints.
An armed Sunni militant group called
Jundallah, or Soldiers of God, claimed
responsibility in a statement posted on
its website. The group has carried out
sporadic attacks in Iran's southeastto
fight alleged discrimination against the
area's Sunni minority in overwhelming-
ly Shiite Iran.
The group said Wednesday's attack
was a second act of revenge for the exe-
cution of its leader, Abdulmalik Rigi, in
June.
"This operation is a warning to the
Iranian regime that it must end its inter-
S ference in the religious affairs of the
Sunnis, stop executions and release the
prisoners," said the Internet statement.
"Otherwise, martyrdom operations will
continue with a stronger forcer."


One of the attackers detonated a bomb
outside the mosque and the other struck
from among a crowd of worshippers;
state TV reported.
Security forces shot one of them, but
the bomber was still able'to detonate the
explosives, the report added, quoting
deputy Interior Minister Ali Abdollahi.
A third attacker was arrested, state TV
said.
Forensic official Fariborz Ayati put
the number of dead at 39 and said they
included three women and one newborn
baby, IRNA reported.
Mahmoud Mozaffar, a senior Iranian
Red Crescent Society official, said
emergency services had been put on
alert over the past few days because of
anonymous threats, according to anoth-
er news agency, ISNA.
The deputy interior minister blamed
Sunni militants, an apparent reference to
Jundallah.
Iranian officials claim Jundallah,
which has operated from bases in
Pakistan, receives support from Western
powers, including the United States.
Washington denies any links to the
group, and in November the State
Department added Jundallah to a U.S.
list of foreign terrorist organizations.
President Barack Obama condemned
the attack and said the United States
stands with the loved ones of those
killed and with the Iranian people.
"This and other similar acts of terror-
ism recognize no religious, political or
national boundaries. The United States
condemns all acts of terrorism wherever
they occur," Obama said in a statement
released by the White House.


An ambulance attends the scene of a bomb blast in this- image taken from TV, in
Chahbahar, Iran, on Wednesday. Two suicide bombers blew themselves up near a
mosque in Chahbahar southeastern Iran near the Pakistan border on Wednesday, killing
at least 39 people at a Shiite mourning ceremony, state media reported. AP
Photo/Press TV









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Riot police officers detain protesters outside Sennaya Ploshchad metro station in St.
Petersburg on Wednesday. Dozens of riot police deployed around central St.
Petersbur Wednesday to prevent possible ethnic clashes after the weekend rioting by
racist hooligans fueled rumors that minorities could try to retaliate. AP Photo



1,000 detained in



Moscow to prevent



ethnic clashes


BY DAVID NOWAK
ASSOCIATED PRESS

MOSCOW Fearing more clashes
between racist hooligans and ethnic
minorities, Russian police detained 1,000
people in a standoff near a Moscow train
station Wednesday, taking a strong stance
against far right extremists after weekend
rioting left dozens injured.
Hundreds of riot police outside the
Kievsky station hauled mostly young men
and teenagers shouting racist slogans into
police vans. Some were lined up against
buses and searched by police. Officers
confiscated an arsenal of weapons, includ-
ing knives and metal bars, police
spokesman Viktor Biryukov.said.
Resentment has been rising among
Slavic Russians over the growing presence
in Moscow and elsewhere of people from
the southern Caucasus region, the home of
numerous ethnic groups, most of them
Muslim. People from other parts of the
former Soviet Union, including Central
Asia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, also face
ethnic discrimination and are frequent vic-
tims of hate crimes.
The train station is popular with street
merchants from the Caucasus. The major-
ity of those detained were Slavic Russians


shouting racist slogans and calling for vio-
lence, although some ethnic minorities
from the Caucasus were also taken into
custody.
Police declined immediate comment on
when they could be released or whether
they face any charges.
Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin said
there were no injuries reported.
"Police will severely punish any provo-
cations and violence," he said in televised
remarks.
Authorities sought to prevent rioting
that occurred outside the Kremlin on
Saturday, when mainly soccer fans chant-
ed "Russia for Russians!" during clashes
that left dozens injured. Many soccer fans
are linked with neo-Nazis and other radi-
cal racist groups that mushroomed in
Russia after the 1991 Soviet collapse.
The violence over the weekend had
raised new doubts about the government's
ability to control the rising tide of xeno-
phobia, which poses a serious threat to
Russia's existence as a multiethnic state. It
also embarrassed the Kremlin just days
after FIFA awarded the 2018 World Cup to
Russia and raised questions about Russia's
ability to safely hold international sporting
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SInt'l Court prosecutor


Seeks Kenya charges


BY JASON STRAZIUSO
AND TOM ODULA
ASSOCIATED PRESS

NAIROBI, Kenya The
International Criminal Court
prosecutor on Wednesday
named six Kenyan leaders as
suspects behind the machete,
gunfire and bow-and-arrow
attacks that followed Kenya's
2007 presidential vote.
Residents rejoiced at the first
sign of justice for the deaths
of 1,000 people.
The president urged calm
and security forces were on
high alert, knowing that the
announcement by prosecutor
Luis Moreno Ocampo runs
the risk of igniting another
round of tribal warfare.
The son of Kenya's found-
ing father the current
deputy prime minister -
was among the six suspects
named, as was former higher
education minister William
Ruto, whose Kalenjin tribe in
the volatile Rift Valley is a
possible source of new vio-
lence.
Moreno Ocampo wants
the ICC to charge the six
with crimes against humanity
including murder, rape and
torture. Judges will study the
prosecutor's evidence and
likely make their decision
early next year.
Kenya spiraled into vio-
lence shortly after President
Mwai Kibaki was named the
winner of a December 2007
election that supporters of
opponent Raila Odinga said
was rigged. Mobs killed in
the streets. A church with
dozens of refugees inside
was set on fire. More than
600,000 people were forced
from their homes and more
than 1,000 people were
killed.
"We have been waiting for
this announcement for a long
time," said Stephen Kimani,
who heads a group of
300,000 Rift Valley residents
forced from their homes dur-
ing the violence.
The attacks were always
believed to have been
ordered by top politicians,
but no Kenyan leaders were


In this photo dated Nov. 2, 2005, Uhuru Kenyatta is
seen in Narobi, Kenya. AP Photo/Sayyid Azim, File


ever held to account after
parliament quashed an
attempt to set up a tribunal.
Kenyan courts are believed to
lack credibility.
Moreno Ocampo alleged
that Ruto began plotting
attacks on supporters of.
Kibaki a year before the
election and worked
together with Minister for
Industrialization Henry
Kosgey and radio broad-
caster Joshua Sang to coor-
dinate a campaign of
killing and forced deporta-
tions in the Rift Valley.


In a separate case, Moreno
Ocampo charged Deputy
Prime Minister Uhuru
Kenyatta son of Kenyan
independence hero and
founding president Jomo
Kenyatta; Cabinet secretary
Francis Muthaura; and for-
mer police commissioner
Maj. Gen. Mohammed
Hussein Ali. They are sus-
pected of murder, deporta-
tion, persecution, rape and
inhumane acts committed in
retaliation against supporters
of Odinga, the current prime
minister.


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