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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2010
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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Search uncovers

stolen checks

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STAFF REPORT

Authorities are still looking for a man
being sought for questioning, following a
Tuesday police pursuit - and he is now
facing more charges.


Early Wednesday, the
Jackson County Sheriff's
Office and the Marianna
Police Department exe-
cuted a search warrant on
Larry Leroy Leitzel Jr.'s,
residence at 3025 State
Correctional Road, just
west of Marianna.
The search .turned up Larry L.
stolen property, and, Leitzel Jr.
equipment used to manu-
facture methamphetamine, according to a
release from the sheriff's office.
Various pieces of mail that appear to


have been taken from mail boxes through-
out Jackson County were found in the res-
idence.
It appears the suspect was attempting to
wash the checks to alter the information in
order to cash them, according to the
release.
The outgoing mail was taken from mail
boxes on Leland, Old Cottondale and
Friendship Church roads, according to the
sheriff's office.
The checks were removed from mail
boxes between July 25 and 26. The checks
had originally been written to pay bills.
The sheriffs office encouraged all


Jackson County residents to check with
their financial institutions to make sure
their checks have cleared. Contact the
sheriff's office if any checks were altered.
Leitzel Jr., is being sought for question-
ing regarding a stolen vehicle and a stolen
ATV. Both vehicles were involved in a
police pursuit Tuesday. One suspect,
David Travis Dickens, 22, was arrested
following the incident, for grand .theft
auto.
According to Major Donnie Branch, the
sheriff's office is issuing several warrants
for Leitzel Jr.'s, arrest, including, theft of
property.


Kayak outfitter seeks county approval FCAT


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIiAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County
Commission gave its tentative
,approval Tuesday for a kayak
rental and excursion outfit to set
up shop in Spring Creek Park,
which the county owns.
Pending administrative and
legal review, River to Sea
'Excursions owner Lawrence
Elliott will be allowed to operate
his business there. Elliott said
he's ready to start as soon as pos,
sible.
Those county reviews . wese
already under way Wednesday
'morning, according . to Jackson
County Parks and Recreation
Director Chuck Hatcher. He said
he" wasn't surprised by Elliott's
request, given ' Spring Creek
Park's increasing popularity with.
tubers, canoists . and other low-'
impact users. .
Bear Paw Adventures is a long-
standing business that also oper-
ates from Spring Creek, starting
from that location even before it
was developed by the county to
its current state. This year,
though, Bear. Paw bought the
building next to the po4k and now
launches from its private proper-
ty.
Hatcher said Elliott had
brought his canoes tp Spring
Creek Park a couple of weeks
ago, but was asked to remove
them until the county could give
the parks department some direc-
tion on how to handle the matter,
since the existing policy regard-
ing operators on.county lands, is
only generally outlined in county
code.
In Article 3 of the section on;
businesses, the county requires
entities., operatifig on county lands
to be licensed. Such licenses are
granted for up to a year, and can
be cancelled by the county on 14
days notice. The particular terms
of a given license are to be
worked out by the county in each
particular case.
Hatcher said the county depart-
ment !earned of Elliott's presence
in the park after a complaint from
Bear Paw.


Lawrence Elliott approached the Jackson County Commission about opening a kayak rental business
at Spring .Creek Park during Tuesday's meeting. - Deborah Buckhalter / Floridan


Hatcher predicts that the situa-
tion could lead to the adoption of
a full-scale policy on the matter
of businesses operating on coun-
ty lands. Elliott will not likely be
the only business seeking to cap-
italize on Jackson Countf's natu-
ral resources. and the ready
access to it that Spnng Creek and
other parks provide.
S'Hatcher thinks the county may
want to consider imposing a user
fee on businesses wishing to
operate from county property.


School board adopts village


BY MORGAN CARLSON
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


The Jackson County School
Board approved a tentative mill-
age rate at a public hearing
Tuesday.
The rate has gone up this year
because, the state has a "required
local effort," and this year, the
state is requiring more revenue to
come from local sources.
However, the increase in the
millage rate doesn't mean a tax
increase for the county, said Terry
St. Cyr, finance director for the
school board.
Individual taxpayers may pay
more money depending on their
property values. The county
property values as a whole went
down.
The 2010 tax roll, or value of
property in Jackson County, is
$1.59 billion. This is down from
$1.6 billion in 2009.
This means the millage rate.
must be higher this year for the
county to generate the same
amount of revenue as last year.
This is not considered a tax
increase, because the same
amount of revenue is generated.


The.approved tentative village
rate is 6.461, which would bring
in $9.8 million.
This means property owners
would pay $646.10 per $100,000
of taxable value, or $6.46 per
$1,000 of value.
The final millage rate last year
was 6.327, or $6.32 per $1,000 of
taxable value.
The school board. also
approved a tentative budget.
The tentative budget for the
2010-2011 fiscal year is $94.8
million.
About $49.5 million will come
from federal, state arid local rev-
enue sources. The remaining
amount comes from transfers,
and a balance carried forward.
The proposed operating budget
expenditures for the school board
this year are 5.7 percent more
than last year's total operating
expenditures.
The increase is due to the 25
additional teachers budgeted by
the county, to help meet the
state's class size requirements,
St. Cyr said.
The budget as proposed is
available for the public in the
school board office.


At Tuesday's meeting, county
.attorney Frank Baker was not
present to render an opinion on
whether to grant Ellioll's request.
but had been made a\ are ofI it b)
Wednesday, Hatcher said.
Community Development and
Planning Director Joan Schairer
% as at the meeting Tuesday, and
warned the commission that
there are several issues it might
need to consider before taking
action.
The vote was taken with little


or no discussion of-her observa-
tions, however.
She'd said she felt more infor-
mation was needed before the
commission acted.
Her department had not been
made aware of the request and
knew nothing of it before Blliott
came to the podium.
Schairer ,had:, wondered
whether a business, operating on
the property would impede pub-
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with food during a peanut broil being held by Jackson County
Sheriff Lou Roberts'Wednesday. - Mark Skinner / Floridan'


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grades


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BY MORGAN
CARLSON
FLORIDAN STAFF
WRITER Lee
Miller
Superintendents
from the large school districts in
Florida are questioning the accu-
racy of the 2010 FCAT scores.
This is causing further, delays in
the release of school FCAT
grades.
The grades for elementary and
middle schools were expected to
be out by the middle of June, but
were delayed by the testing cen-
ter contracted to calculate the
scores.
High. school grades were not
.expected until November because
other factors are included in the
grading, Jackson County
Superintendent of Schools Lee
Miller said Wednesday.
The FCAT scores have been
given to school districts, but now
school officials are questioning
the accuracy of the scores.
A group of superintendents has
specific concerns about the learn-
See FCAT, Page 4A >


Crowded

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county


elections
STAFF REPORT
There are some heavily con-'
tested 'county races as voters pre-
pare for the upcoming August
primaries and November, elec-
tion.
Three candidates, two
Democrats and a Republican,
have qualified for the county
commission District 2 seat.
I Incumbent Edward Crutchfield
faces fellow Democrat Howard
Glass. Joel Clinton Pate is the
sole Republican seeking the seat.
, Over in District 4, three
Democrats and one Republican
have qualified. Incumbent Jeremy
Branch faces challenges from
Wesley Kutchey and William
Nelson. Michael Shores is the
sole Republican seeking this seat.
Another Republican, James
Cowart, has withdrawn from-that
race.
There is also a contest for the
school board District 5 seat.
Incumbent Charlotte Gardner
faces a challenge from William
Holt Floyd.
Two other school board races
are uncontested. Incumbents
Terry Nichols, in District 1, and
Chris Johnson, in District 4, are
running unopposed.
The final date to qualify for the
Aug. 24 primary was July 26. The
general election is set for Nov. 2.


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Getting it Rightl
In his proposed budget for
2010-2011, Jackson County
Development Council
Director Bill Stanton
requested 5 percent increases
for his two staff members,
saying they had not had a
raise in over five years. A
story Wednesday incorrectly
listed both their salaries as
$42,500 each. In fact, one of
them makes, $24,960.
Also, we reported that the
Jackson County Sheriff's
Office will be holding a pub-
lic meeting Thursday, Aug 6.
In fact, Thursday is Aug. 5.
The Floridan regrets the
errors.'
Jackson County Floridan
policy is to correct mistakes
promptly. To report an error,
call 526-3614 Monday-Friday.
Li


July 29 - Thursday
* Waste Management hosts, a public meet-
ing, 3-6.p.m. at the Agriculture Center on
Penn Avenue in Marianna, to provide local cit-
izens more information about-the Gulf oil
spill-related material it is disposing of at
Springhill Landfill in Jackson County.
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market. is
open, 6:30'a.m. until all'fresh produce is sold
out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in
the Jackson County Courthouse parking lot.
The state,'certified farmers' market accepts
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
* Tai Chi for Arthritis class at 9:30 a.m. at
the Jackson County Senior Citizens Center.
Wear comfortable clothes and flat shoes.
Class is free and open to the public. Call 557-
5644.
* Jackson County Public Library's Summer
Reading Program is 10-11 a.m. (preschool
age), and 11:15 a.m,-12:15 p.m. (school age)
in the Graceville Civic Center; and 2-3 p.m.
(preschool age), and 3:15-4:15 p.m. (school
age) in the Alford Community Center. ;Hear
stories, make crafts; earn prizes and books by
, reading or being read to.'Call 482-9631 for
reservations.
* The Chipola Regional 'Workforce
Development Board Inc..convenes a by-laws
sub-committee meeting at 10 a.m., followed
by an executive committee meeting at 11
a.m., both in the community room of the
Chipola Regional Workforce Board office,
4636 Highway 90 East, Marianna. Call 7.18-
0456, ext. 101.
* The Marianna City Commission convenes
a special meeting at 2 p.m. in City Hall. On the
agenda: Proposed tentative milage; presenta-
tion by Gallager Benefit Services for joining a
self-insured trust. Call 718-1001. .
* Thursday Night Concert in the Park -
Jackson County Parks, and Recycling
Department's summer concert series contin-
ues tonight with music .from The Ivey
.Brothers, 7-9:30 p.m. at Citizens Lodge Park
in Marianna. Admission is. free. Bring lawn
chairs, blankets and enjoy the free outdoor
concert.
* 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.

July 30 - Friday
*. The Southeastern Community Blood,
Center mobile unit will be at the Marianna
Lowes, 11 .a.m. to 4 p.m., or donate blood at
the center, 2503 Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.'to 6 p.m.
Call 526-4403.


* The American Cancer Society Relay for
Life 2010 Kick-off Party is 6-10 p.m. at the
Vanity Fair Outlet in Graceville. Hosted by
local DJ Jim "Cricket" Kain, local cldggers will
perform. and Jackson County songwriter
Travis Nils 'Williams will provide entertain-
ment 7:30-8:30 p.m.
* 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.

July 31 - Saturday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is.'
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold
out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and .Saturdays in
the Jackson County Courthouse parking, lot.,
The state certified farmers' market accepts
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
* St. Joseph Masonic Lodge No. 99 of
Marianna sponsors a free car wash for sen-
iors (65 and older), 8 a.m. to noon at
Advanced Auto Parts, 4720 U.S. Highway 90
East, Marianna.
* Author and Marianna native Juanita Ford
will be signing copies of her book, "Life in the
Blood," from 10 a.m. to noon at Basford
Christian Supply. Ford is also a teacher, con-
ference speaker and co-f6under of Full Benefit
Ministries in College Park, Ga, Call 526-3913.
* The local chapter of the Florida A & M
University alumni association welcomes all
FAMU supporters to a noon "Rattler Round-
up" at the Russ House in Marianna. Call 482-
2223 or 209-2943.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First UnitedMethodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
* Grand opening festivities at the Town of
Bascom Community Park begin at 6 p.m.
Activities include: Ribbon cutting ceremony
by the Jackson County Chamber of.
Commerce, gospel music from the Bryan-
Brothers Quartet, a classic car and truck
Show, and an "Old Timers" softball game.

August 2 - Monday
* Today:is the deadline for submitting
orders for the 2011 Pilot Club Community
Birthday Calendar. To list a birthday or order
calendars, call 482-7507 by Aug. 2..
*Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901


Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

August 3 - Tuesday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is.
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold
out, Tuesdays, Thursdays' and Saturdays in'
the Jackson County Courthouse parking lot.
The state certified farmers' market accepts
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at.noon, in Jim's
.Buffet and Grill, Marianna.
* Christina Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at -the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* Jackson County Quilters Guild Marianna
Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m. in the First
United Methodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton
Street, behind the Marianna Post Office. Call
272-'7068,
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9' p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, .in the AA
room.,

August 4 - Wednesday
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3.p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
12-1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

August 5 - Thursday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold
out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in
the Jackson County Courthouse parking lot.
The .state certified farmers' market accepts
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
* The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida
Society, Sons of the American Revolution
presents the Blue Springs Society, Children of
the American Revolution in the program,
"Blue .Springs Society at Work," during its
regular meeting at Jim's Buffet and Grill in
Marianna. The Dutch treat meal begins at 6:30
p.m.; the meeting at 7 p.m. Meeting open to
those interested in the SAR or the C.A.R. Call
594-6664.
* -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.


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POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE JACKSON COUNTY
The Marianna Police. SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Department listed the fol- The Jackson County
lowing incidents for July Sheriff's Office and
27, the latest available county Fire/Rescue
report: Two accidents reported the following
with injuries, one stolen incidents for July 27, the
tag, one stolen vehicle, latest available report
one suspicious - (Some of these
vehicle, one suspi- ,/, -E calls may related to
cious incident, one L -- after-hours calls
highway obstruc- taken on behalf of
tion, one case of' Graceville and
mental illness, three. Cottondale Police
burglaries, 22, traffic Departments): Five aban-
stops, three larcenies, two doned vehicles, one reck-
follow up investigations, less driver, three stispi-
one assault, two dog com- cious vehicles, two sus-
plaints, two assists of picious incidents, -three
other agencies, six public suspicious people, two
service calls,' one trans- information reports, one
port and three threats, funeral escort, one case


of mental illness, one
physical disturbance, one
verbal disturbance, one
strong-armed robbery,
one drug offense, 12
medical calls, one bur-
glar alarm, one panic
alarm, 12 traffic stops,
five larcenies, one crimi-
nal mischief complaint,
one papers served, two
found or abandoned
properties, two juvenile
complaints, one dog
complaint, one fraud,
one assist of a motorist,
four assists of other
agencies, one property
damage report, three
public service calls, two
transports and two
threats.


JACKSON COUNTY drug paraphernalia, driving
CORRECTIONAL under the influence.
FACILITY - David Dickens, 22,
The following persons 8681 Dozier Road,
were booked into the coun- Marianna, grand theft of a
ty jail during the latest motor vehicle.
reporting period: - David Smith, 43, 2918
- Ellan Finnegan, 49, N. Wynn St., Marianna,
2633'Comer Drive, Alford, possession of less than 20
non-payment of child sup- grams of marijuana, pos-
port. session of listed chemicals,
- Michael Patterson, 32, possession of drug para-
1851 Lossie Drive, Lot 5C, phernalia.
Marianna, battery (domes-
tic violence), violation of JAIL POPULATION: 266
community control.
- William Branning, 50, To report a crime, call
1909 Montgomery * CrimeStopp6rs at 5.26-
Highway, Suite 304, 5000.
Dothan, Ala., possession of. To report a wildlife vio-
prescription pills without a ' lation, call 1-888-404-
prescription, possession of FWCC (3922).


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Sneads FFA shines at State competition


BY GEORGIA ANNE PEVY
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
With 16 chapter mem-
bers .present, Sneads FFA
recently joined other chap-
ters from across the state in
attending the 82nd Annual
Florida FFA State
Convention. The group
attended general sessions,
leadership workshops and
agricultural career shows.
Delegates voted in the new
2010-2011 state officer
team. Many members com-
peted * in . Career
Development Events, and
numerous' awards were
given out.
The following members
were recognized:
* Sydney Stone, Top 3
for the Ryan Rimmer
District Officer Award.
* Zachary Wester, Top 3
for the State Star in Agri-
science award.
* Georgia Pevy, for being.
chosen to serve in the
Courtesy Corps, and win-
ning second in the state in
the Florida FFA Alumni
essay contest.
* Advisor Stan Scurlock,
winner of the Turn the Key
Award.
* The Sneads FFA
Chapter, for being a State
Premier Chapter, and hav-
ing 100 percent member-
ship.
* Valaree Douglas, for
winning third in the State
Talent Contest.
* The Sneads FFA
Agricultural Issues Team
- Georgia Pevy, Christen
Howell, :Ariel White, Zach
Wester and Jessica Hatcher
- for winning fourth in the'
state.
* The Horse Judging
Team - Christen Howell,
Ariel White, Christen
Fowler and Jessica Hatcher
- for winning state.
* The Agricultural
Business Team - Ariel
White, Erin Williams, Leah
Williams, Mitchell Hines
and Brandon Hightower -


Ariel White: receives
State ., degree.
Contributed photo


The Sneads FFA Horse Judging Team. receives trophies for winning State. From left are Stan Scurlock, advisor;
,Christen' Howell; Christen Fowler; Ariel White; Jessica Hatcher; and Shawna Ferguson, coach. - Contributed
photo


Zach Wester, receives his
State degree. -
dontributed photo
for winning fifth in the
state.
* Zachary Wester, Ariel
White, Tyler Pickens and
Tyler White, for receiving
their State Degrees.
* Sydney Stone for being
elected District II presi-
dent.
* The Parliamentary
Procedure Team, . Creed
Speaker and Job Interview
Participant for competing.
at state.


The Agricultural Issues Team wins fourth place. From left are Stan Scurlock, advisor; Zach Wester, Georgia Pevy,
Ariel White; and Christen Howell. - Contributed photo


The Chipola Home Educators board of directors
includes, from left, Kate Bagy, Dori Hayes, Robin
Carnley and Connie Young. Not pictured: Chris
Smith. --Contributed photo


Chipola Home


Educators to


host open house
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Chipola Home Educators home school group
will hold its annual open.house on Thursday, Aug. 12,
6 to 8 p.m..at the New Hope Baptist Church, located
at 3006 New Hope Road in Marianna.
Currently enrolled home-school families will be,
able to reunite after a busy summer and discuss
important topics for the upcoming school .year.
Families desiring to start home schooling for the very
first time are also welcome. ,
This gathering will give first-time home-school
families a chance to learn more about the home school
process and, if they choose to do so, join the CHE.
The event will be on a drop-in basis throughout the
appointed hours of 6 to 8 p.m., though guests are wel-
come to stay as long as they would like. The CHE
board of directors and other CHE home-school par-
ents will be available to answer questions and assist
all new parents in attendance.
There will' be tables set up displaying a wide vari-
ety of materials, including pertinent hand-outs about
field trips and special events, guidelines for the new
school year, photo release forms, yearly dues collec-
tion procedures and everything needed to start the
school year.
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have helpful information about getting started with
home schooling. Other tables will showcase informa-
tion about the CHE 4-H Club and much more.
Finger foods, snacks and bottled water will be pro-
vided, and all interested families are welcome to par-
ticipate.'
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chipolahomeed@gmail.com, or call Chris Smith at
272-1056.


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County finalizes Compass Hill budget


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

The Jackson County
Commission . on Tuesday
approved the proposed spending
plan for funds collected each
year by a special assessment at
the Compass Lake in the Hills
subdivision.
Each property owner there
pays $135 a year'for each lot
owned, in addition to their regu--
lar property taxes. The special
assessment is expected to gener-
ate $856,440 this year.
'Enacted by the Jackson
County Commission in the
1970s, the funds are managed
day-to-day by the subdivision's
Property Owners Association
under contract with the county.
The $135 is used to. pay for
essential services in the subdivi-
sion. The definition of "essential
services" has been a point of con-
tention for the past several years.
The county has engaged a con-
sultant to help iron out several
issues in its relationship w. ith the
POA, as it relates to management
of the special tax.
'Some residents of the subdivi-
sion complained that some of the :
money was being used. on ameni-
ties owned by. the POA. The
POA, on. the other hand, has
argued in the past that the ameni-
ties are assets that enhance the
value of the owners' properties.
are used b. the residents (here,
and are therefore eligible.
SThere has also been some
'protest over the fact that the spe-
cial assessment is used to pay for
insurance on some POA-owned


one that has yet to be resolved.
That is expected to be one of
the issues tackled by the consult-
ant, and the commission took one
step on its own regarding the
insurance issue Tuesday.
In approving the budget, the
county agreed to allow a new
Ford F150 truck to be purchased
out of special assessment funds
for the subdivision's Parks and
Recreation Department.
But the county dictated that it
be titled in the name .of the
Municipal Services Taxing Unit,
rather than the property owners'
association.
The POA had wanted to buy a
$22,000 truck, but the commis-
sion felt a stepped-down version
for $15,700 would be adequate.
The'budget passed with no
~protest from the handful of resi-
dents who attended the meeting.
In the budget, the commission
required that 4.5 percent of
. MSTU money collected next year
Sbe set aside min a reserve fund.
The reserve is.expected to be'
around $32,952 this year, and
will be rolled into the acciumulat-
ing reserve fund, which is expect-
ed to total about $148,091.
. The commission said this week
it wants at least some of that
money spent to improve roads.
"Many of the people who have
Members of Jackson County's finance department run the numbers protested spending practices in
on Compass Lake in the Hills proposed budget. - Mark Skinner the past have cited a need fpr bet-
/Florida"n ' ter roads. Commissioners direct-
/ F-ora .ed County. Engineer. Larry
assets, . ' for now. The. tdtal for insurance Alvarez to,work with the commu-
The insurance issue is a,' gray orin. affected assets 'comes to nity in helping craft a road spend-
area. and still unsettled. In the $51,150. ing plan in the nearfuture.
budget passed Tuesday, it sta. ed Insuring assets owned by the Although the MSTU is expect-
as an allowable expense, at least -POA'presents a legal dilemma,' ed to 'generate $856,440, the


budget will be based on a lower
figure. The county built in a con-
tingency of $107,055 for delin-
quent taxes, and that amount will
not be put into the spending
budget.
The tax collector will get 2 per-
cent of the remainder, in
exchange for the extra workload
from dealing with an extra taxing
entity.
That $17,000 fee, coupled with
the $107,055 allowance for pos-
sible delinquent taxes and the
$32,952 reserve this year,, leaves
the MSTU with a net total of
$732,256 to.work with in 2010-
11.
In the budget approved
Tuesday, $202,817 will go-to the
road department, with no capital
outlay for roads.
The fire department will also
get $38,575 for its operating
budget, and' will get about
$23,000 for capital spending for
the purchase of a used tanker
truck. The fire department will
also get $500 to spend on hand
tools.
Road department salaries and
related expenses account for
$112,508 of the MSTU budget.
Parks and recreation salaries
account for $160,749 of the
budget.
The all-volunteer fire depart-
ment's expenses are limited to
insurance, the truck and a few
line-item operating expenses, for
a total fire budget of $61,575.
Several people, who have in
years past protested the MSTU's
budget, attended Tuesday's meet-
ing and said they were generally
satisfied with the plan adopted.


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

The Jackson County Commission
agreed this week to increase the
homestead exemption' for property
owners who are 65 years of age or
older. /
The commission this week agreed
to increase the homestead exemption
to $75,000, for property owners,who
are 65 years of age or older. Tlat total
'includes the standard exemption of
525.000 which is available to every-
one. and the maximum extra exemp-
tion available to seniors. $50,000.
The request came from Jackson'
.County Property Appraiser Sharon
,Cox a few weeks ago.
She +explained in a letter to the
commission how it would affect the
tax base if the county w ere to adopt
her suggestion .
' The standard exemption statewide
for everyone is $25,000, unless the
* home is valued at $75,000 'or more.


BY HARRY WEBER iAND
TAMARA LUSH
-ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS
NEW ORLEANS -
Crews took another' ste'
toward 'readying the relief
well expected to'finally kil
. the Gulf of Mexico oil gush
er, removing the. plug the
had popped in before clearing
the area ,ahead of .Tropica
Storm Bonnie last week, fed
eral officials said Wednesday
They also said temporary
cap on the busted well.i
holding firm and there is ver
little oil sheen on the water'
surface 100 days after the ri
explosion that triggered th
worst offshore oil spill i
U.S. history.
Retired Coast Guard Adn


SThen, then standard exemption goes
to $50,000.
But local governments have the
option of giving seniors an extra
break beyond the $25,000 standard
exemption, no matter what the value
of their homes.
In 2001, the commission agreed to
give seniors an extra $5,000 exemp-
tion.
In 2006, again on a request from
Cox, the commission agreed to grant
the full $25,000 extra exemption for
seniors.
According to Cox, 407 seniors
over age 65 are receiving the full
exemption, although not all of them
get full advantage because their
'homes are not valued as high as
$50,000.
In 2007,,Florida law gave local tax-
,ing authorities the right to 'increase
the extra exemption 'for seniors to
$50,000, if they had ,already adopted
the additional exemption.
The Jackson County Commission


'Thad Allen, the government's
oil spill chief, said during a
news conference in New
Orleans that officials are tak-
ing every precaution as they
p move'toward a permanent fix.
-f "We have always asked for
11 a :backup plan for the backup
i- plan," he said.
y "This relief well; while'it is
g deep, it is something that has
al been done before. Obviously
I- the depth is'an issue here. But
y. we 'are confident we are
y going to get this thing, d6ne."
s The Deepwater Horizon oil
y rig leased and operated by BP
s exploded and caught fire on
g April 20, killing 11 workers.
e The well 'spewed for 85,.
n days, fouling, marshes,
'killing wildlife and threaten-
a. ing the livelihoods of thou-


sands of Gulf residents.
Drilling the relief well has
been a monthslong task, and
BP had used several other
techniques to stop the leak
that had never been attempt-
ed before in mile-deep
waters. Some were utter fail-
ures and none was totally
successful until a carefully
fitted cap was placed over the
well and the leak stopped in
mid-July.
The cap has stopped the
flow but is only a temporary
measure while crews finish
the relief well that will plug
up the gusher from below.
The work had to stop last
week because of Tropical
Storm Bonnie, . which
passed through in weakened
form without doing any


did not act on that option in 2007.
, Cox asked' the commission to
reconsider, saying it would take only
about $11,160 off the county tax rev-
enues each year, and save about 85
people additional taxes. According to
Cox, only 39 of the 407 who now get
the senior exemption will fully bene-
fit, now that the $50,000 exemption is
in place. It would save these individ-
uals $180 a year, and reduce the
county's property tax take by about
$7,020..
-She estimates that 46 of the 407,
wouhl be able to benefit to some less-
er degree, for an average savings of
$90 a year.
Those partial exemptions would
reduce the county's revenues by
about $4,140.
Bay, Holmes and Washington
counties have implemented the full:
$50,000 .extra exemption. Calhoun
and Leon counties' exemptions are
set at $25,000, and Gadsden County,
has not adopted, a senior exemption.


major damage.
Now that the. plug is out,
the' relief well must. .be
flushed out with drilling mud
before casing can be dropped"
in and cemented.
All that should be done
around Monday, Allen said,
though he cautioned that was
just an estimate.
Once .everything is in
place, crews will begin a pro-
cedure known as a static kill,
pumping heavy mud-straight
'down the well though the
temporary +cap and failed
blowout preventer. If the well
casing is intact, the mud will
force the oil back down into
the natural petroleum reser-
voir.
Then workers willtpump in
cement to seal the casing.


K ayak Continued From Page 1A

lic access to the river. , has obtained the proper permit to money on-site for walk-up business.
She also said the county needs to operate, and that he plans a very 'He later said he also will be process-
make sure businesses have gone small-scale business. ing some of his rental agreements on
through the proper procedures before He doesn't ,expect to launch more the Internet and by other means ahead
they're granted permission to embark than six canoes at a time. and he hauls of time.
on their ventures. She, said that while them in the back of his pick-up truck. He currently plans to limit his oper-
Elliott would likely not need a gener- It.wouldn't take up any more room at ation to kayak rentals and guided
al development order for what he the park than any other passenger river excursions, trips that could
wants to do, he might need an "in-, vehicle, he said. entail overnighting on the river.
home occupational" permit from the Elliott also said he's willing to pay Elliott, 40, went to Marianna High
county, if he maintains office space in if a user fee is imposed, and that he School in his'junior year, but lived in
his home related to the business, would' also prepare his contracts to Tennessee most of his youth.
She also warned the commission include language protecting the coun- - He said he has kayaked recreation-
that the county -could face liability ty from liability, if he needs to do so. ally most of his life, and has dreamed
issues if businesses are allowed to 'At the meeting, Elliott said he of opening his own business for many
operate on county lands. wanted permission to sit with his years. He had a similar one briefly in
Elliott said Wednesday' he feels he canoes on the property and to accept the Port St. Joe area.


FCAT Continued From Page 1A


ing gains of th me bottom quarter of situ-
dents. The learning gains were not
where they had been in the past,
Miller said.
This means the students scoring in
the bottom quarter were not making
the gains that districts typically see.
Select superintendents, district
assessment staff, Department of
Education staff and the DOE
Commissioner Eric Smith are sched-
uled to attend a presentation today in
Tallahassee, by two outside compa-
nies hired to review the FCAT
results, according to an e-mail sent to
Miller.
The outside review companies will


aaddress questions submitted by dis-
trict staff, DOE staff and others in
regard to the FCAT scoring, accord-
ing to the e-mail.
District attendees will also be able
to ask DOE staff and the staff from
the two review companies additional
questions, according to the e-mail.
Miller said principals in Jackson
County had the same concerns as
superintendents across.the state about
their schools' scores.
The principal of Sneads
Elementary was concerned
because the school didn't. show the
same growth in the bottom 25 per-
cent of students as it had in the


past, Miller sail.
Graceville High School's principal
had the same concernm'about his
school's scores, Miller said.
However, even though school
grades are not clear, Jackson County
is prepared for this school year,
Miller said.
Individual student scores are in and
schools in the district are moving
"full-steam ahead," placing students
in remedial classes as needed, Miller
said.
Miller does not know when the
school grades will be available.
"If the state can't decide, I'll call
them all A's," he said.
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OBITUARIES


Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059�

Annie Lou
Draughon

Annie Lou Draughon, 77,
of Bascom, passed away in
Southeast Alabama Medi-
cal Center.in Dothan, Ala.,
on Tuesday, July 27,2010.
Mrs. Draughon was born
in Mississippi on Dec.14,
1932, to the late Robert Lee
Andrews and Lela Mae An-
drews.- , ' '
Mrs. Draughon had lived"
.in Jackson County for the
past 12 years, moving here
from Tampa after the death
of her husband. She retired
from the medical field as a*
nurse and attended' the
Oakdale Baptist Church in
Brandon.
Mrs. Draughon was pre-
ceded in death by her hus-
band, Vernie Draughon;.
and her brother, Frank An-.
drews.
She is survived by her
son, K. C. Gregg of Bascom;
her daughter, Deborah
Cook of Bascom; one sister,
Lynn Suddeth of Ruleville,
Miss.; 10 grandchildren; 20
great-grandchildren; one
great-great-grandchild;,
and a host.of cousins.
A time of remembrance
will be Friday, July 30, 6 to
8 p.m. in the Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home.
There will be a graveside
service at a later date*at the
Myrtle Hill Cemetery in
Tampa.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted.online at
www.mariannachapelfh.c6
m.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel,
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
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William Ray

Fowler

William Ray Fowler, 89,
of Alford died Friday, July
23, 2010, surrounded by,
family in Holy Cross Sanc-'
tuary in Burtonsville, Md.
Born in Sumner, Ga., Mr.
Flower retried from the Na-
vy as a chief petty officer,
and from the U.S. govern-
ment as a National Security
Ageridy employee. He was
a member of the St. Anne's
Catholic Church and a for-
mer member of Compass
Lake in the Hills Volunteer
Fire Department.
He was preceded in
death by his wives, Margar-
et T. Fowler and Barbara R.
Fowler; his son, Michael J.
Fowler; and one grandson.
Survivors include three


sons, Thomas W. Fowler of
Denver,. John E. Fowler of
Jessup, Md., and Charles R.
Fowler of Alford; four
daughters, Catherine M.
Matus of Riverside,, Calif.,
Teresa L. Fowler of Balti-
more, Elizabeth F. Weant
of Laurel, Md., and Margar-
et R. Winkeler of Fenton,
Mo.; 13 grandchildren; and
three great-grandchildren.
The funeral mass will be
2:30 p.m. Saturday, July 31,
at the St. Anne's Catholic
Church, Father Chuck-Col-
lins officiating.:.Inter.ment
will follow at Pinecrest Me-
morial Gardens.
The family will receive
friends 7 to 9 p.m. Friday,
July 30, at Maddox Chapel.
Rosary will be recited at 8
p.m. at MaddoxChapel.
In lieu of flowers, the fam-
ily requests, that contribu-
tions be made to the' St.
Anne's Catholic Church in
Marianna.

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

Essie Louise
Lanier

Essie Louise Lanier, 95,
of Sneads died Wednesday,
July 28, 2010, at Marianna
Health and Rehab Center.
A native and lifelong resi-
dent of Jackson County,
Mrs. Lanier was a member
of the First Baptist Church
of Sneads and a retired em-
ployee of Florida State
Hospital, where she
worked as a dental assis-
tant.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Charlie Lanier; a son,
Charles. Lanier; her pa-
rents, Alexander (Sandy)
and Jessie Ranew McAlpin;
four brothers, Bobby, Paul,
James and Junior McAlpin;
five sisters, Marie Foster,
Faye Goodson, Alma Col-
lins, Ruby Bradley and Earl
McLane.
Survivors include two
grandchildren, Stacy
Lanier Rainey. and hus-
band, Andy, of Grand
Ridge, Chuck Lanier and
wife, Sharon, of Cebu, Phil-
ippines; seven great-
grandchildren; one
brother-in-law, Bill
Goodson of Sneads; one
sister-in-law, Robbie
McAlpin of Gray, Ga.; and
numerous nieces and
nephews.
The funeral service will
be 11-a.m. Saturday, July
31, at the First Baptist
Church of Sneads, the Rev.
Robert Johns officiating.
Interment will follow at
Dykes Cemetery, James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends from 10 a.m. until
funeral time, Saturday at
the First Baptist Church of
Sneads.


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Clemmons




'excited' to




join Dryder


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR


After a year away. from the
game, former Marianna High
School baseball star Troy
Clemmons will try to rekindle his
career next season at Enterprise
State Community College.
After a year at Chipola
College, Clemmons is transfer-
-ring to Enterprise, where he will
join former Bulldogs teammate
Laramie Dryden.
Dryden transferred, to
Enterprise for the spring semester
this year, and played a minor role
as a reserve for the Boll Weevils
in the 2010 season. \
He'll be a sophomore next sea-
son, while'Clemmons will have
two years of eligibility remain-,
in . . " : ,
i lemmons' intent was to. walk
on for the Indians last season, but
:after spending time with the team
in the fall, he decided to take a
year off after being asked to red-
shirt.
The left-handed pitcher/out-
fielder said he seriously consid-


ered joining Enterprise out of
high school, but a -scholarship
crunch caused Clemmons to
decline.
When the opportunity for a
second tryout with the Boll
Weevils. arose in the spring,
Clemmons made the most of it,
impressing Enterprise coaches
enough to get a scholarship offer.
Now he and Dryden, who Will
be roommates at Enterprise, will
get to join each other as, team-
mates once again...
, "We've been best friends all of
our life," Clemmons said. "We
always tried to do the best. we
could to get a scholarship some-
where. It's worked out good that
we could' go to the same place.",:,
Clemmons said a familiar face
will make the transition to a new
.school that much easier.
"It will be-pretty much like a
dream come true," he said. "You
go off to college and you don't
know anyone, but to have one of
your best friends there makes it
easier.
"You're excited to share those
times with one of your best


Former Marianna Bulldogs baseball player Troy Clemmons, right, slides into third base in a high
school game during the 2009 high school season. Clemmons will transfer from Chipola College to
Enterprise Sta'te Community College for the fall semester. - Floridan File Photo


friends. I'm real comfortable
with him, and he's real comfort-
able with me."
After losing a large chunk of
last season's team, Enterprise


coach Tim Hulsey asked Dryden Clemmons.
about his former teammate's "He asked me haow I liked it
interest in getting back into base there, and I told him I liked it a
ball.
Dryden then made his pitch to See CLEMMONS, Page 10AII'


Spurrier expects more balanced offense
BY PETE IACOBELLI
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


COLUMBIA, S.C. - Steve Spurrier has-
n't gotten over the way last season ended
and vows to improve in all areas this year,
including South Carolina's last-place run-
ning game.
The Gamecocks have been at the bottom
in Southeastern Conference in rushing the
past three years, although Spurrier says it's
unfair to tag that failure all on his runners.
South Carolina, Spurrier points out, is also
an average killing llth out of 12 in pre-
venting sacks.
Both those problem areas were exposed
last January in the Gamecocks' 20-7 loss to
Connecticut in the Papajohns.com Bowl, a
defeat Spurrier has yet to shake.
"We weren't very good," Spurrier said
Wednesday. "Don't tell us to forget because
we're not going to forget it. We're going to
try our best to not ever have a' performance
like that again."
Spurrier took some offseason steps to
make that happen, perhaps the biggest was.'
landing one of the nation's best high school
* runners is Marcus Lattimore.
The Gamecocks also hired Shawn Elliott,
as offensive line coach after fiery, first-year
staffer Eric Wolford left last December to
become head coach at Youn'gstown State.
The lineman had grown accustonfed to
Wolford's 'high energy style and it was
important, quarterbacks coach GA. Mahgus
said, to match that with his replacement.
"Shawn does that," Mangus said.
Lattimore brings his powerful, quick


Bengals report to training camp, Terrell Owens to follow


BY JOE KAY
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

GEORGETOWN, ky. - A
flamboyant Cincinnati Bengals
receiver has the whole team talk-
ing, and this time it's not Chad
Ochocinco.
He's overshadowed by a play-
er who has yet to arrive.
Terrell Owens was headed to
the area Wednesday while his
teammates-to-be tucked pillows
and sound systems under their
arms, unpacking for the start of
training camp at Georgetown
College. Owens wasn't expected
to arrive until a day later.
The anticipation was already
there.
"This just shows that we are
building this team to*go all the
way this year," offensive guard
Bobbie Williams said. "That's
all you can ask an organization
to do. So bring on TO! I'm excit-
ed."
Adding the 36-year-old
receiver who has a history of
clashing with quarterbacks came
as a surprise. The Bengals had a
chance to sign him after a tryout
in March, but gave Antonio
Bryant a four-year deal instead
to line up opposite Ochocinco.
With Owens still available on
the eve of training camp, the
Bengals made a move that will
affect them in a lot of ways. One
receiver will lose a job; other
receivers will get fewer passes
thrown their way; Ochocinco"


and Owens will be challenged to
keep their egos in check.
It has the feel of a reality-TV
show.
"Everybody's telling me I
need to start one," receivers
coach Mike Sheppard joked.
They have enough of those
already.
Ochocinco's dating show on
VH1 is winding down. His show
is followed on the cable channel
by "The T.O. Show." When they
get together in the locker room,
the two friends will have to fig-
ure out how to turn their look-at-
me style into a look-at-us sea-
son.
Nothing new for an organiza-
tion that isn't afraid to give trou-
blemakers another chance.
"We've been through a lot
here," quarterback Carson
Palmer said. "A lot .of ups and
downs, a lot of personalities, a
lot of egos. He .definitely is
another personality. I had a
chance to work with- him. He's
been very easy to work with,
very coachable."
Palmer worked out with
Owens in California over the last
month and told coach Marvin
* Lewis that he looked really
good.,
The scouting report helped
persuade the Bengals to make an
offer. Owens gets a $2 million
salary and a chance to make
another $2 million in bonuses.
It will be a bargain if Owens
can help revive a passing game


Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco talks to reporters
after reporting to training camp, Wednesday in Georgetown,
Kentucky. The Bengals hold their first workout Thursday morning.
- Al Behrman/Associated Press


that finished 26th in the NFL last
season - and do it without caus-
ing problems in the locker room.
"I don't. think he's coming
with no nonsense, no idiotacy --
how about that one?" Williams
said, inventing a new term for
something the Bengals know so
well.
Bengals players are fully
aware of Owens' run-ins with
previous quarterbacks, but aren't
too worried about the possibility
he could divide the team.
"Chad - if he can't do it, I
don't think nobody else can do.
it," receiver Andre Caldwell
T


said. "Chad's enough. If Chad
can't disrupt this team, I don't
think TO can."
There are more immediate
issues to settle.
Bryant got No. 81 - Owens'.
number - when he signed with
the Bengals. He could give the
number to the newcomer, or
keep it for himself.
"Usually when a player comes
from another team, he offers
money to that player to have that
jersey number," Ochocinco said.
"I'm not sure how that's going to
work. TO and Antonio will work
that situation out.


South Carolina head coach Steve
Spurrier talks to the media during the
Southeastern Conference football media
days on July 22 in Hoover, Ala. - Butch
Dill/Associated Press
, style to a suddenly strong group gaining in
experience. Kenny Miles 'led South
Carolina with 626 yards as a freshman last
fall. Jarvis Giles has breakaway speed but
trouble hitting the hole. Brian Maddox, a
See SPURRIER, Page 10A P


Former NBA

star found dead
BY ADRIAN SAINZ
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MEMPHIS, Tenn. -r The
uncle of-former NBA player
Lorenzen Wright said Wednesday
that police haVe told the family.
the athlete who had been missing
for 10 days has been found dead.
Curtis Wright told The
Associated Press that police
called the player's father, Herb
Wright, Wednesday afternoon
with the news he had died. There
was no immediate word on the
cause. Police declined to. com-
ment publicly, even to some fam-
ily members who gathered at the
scene. The Commercial Appeal
cited a police source as identify-
ing a body found in'a field in
southeast Memphis as Wright's.
The 34-year-old Wright was
last seen July 18 when he was
expected to fly out of town. His
family filed a missing person
report July 22.
Wright played 13 years in the
NBA with five different teams:
the Los Angeles Clippers, Atlanta
Hawks, Memphis Grizzlies,
Sacramento Kings and most
recently the Cleveland Cavaliers
with 17 games in the 2008-09
season. Wright left the University
of Memphis early for the NBA,
and the Clippers made him a lot-
tery,pick with the No. 7 selection
overall.


Roush still
hospitaized,
stable after
plane crash


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Hudson scholarship


Steffin Golden 'of Marianna is the 2010 recipient of the John Hudson
Memorial Scholarship to Chipola College. Golden is pictured with Hudson
Golf Tournament committee members, from left: Ricky Miller, John
Donaldson, Golden, and Hunter Nolen. Friends.of the late coach Hudson
are planning the Fourth'Annual Coach John "Hud" Hudson Golf Tournament
orn Aug. 21-22, at Caverns Golf Course. For information on the tournament,
contact Hunter Nolen at 573-6474, John Dondaldson 573-0806, Brian
McKeithan at 482-4257, Nora Mayo at 209-4743, or Tommy Lassman at
718-7942. - Contributed Photo









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division
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tooth
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plement
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chants
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port
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supports
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fort
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Rainy
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Dear Annie: My daughter, "Betty," is ha
ing a terrible problem with her sister-in-la'
"Linda" (her husband's sister). Linda is ver
manipulative, thinks' she's never wrong and ca
be downright hateful. Recently, Linda's hu
band was given a very bad diagnosis, and si
used this situation as an opportunity to verba
ly attack Betty. She brought up things that we
resolved years ago and wouldn't shut up uni
my daughter agreed with her on
everything. . , -
Linda also was angry that Betty
and her kids went to our family
reunion and mentioned having fun ji tt
on her Facebook page. She yelled
at Betty, who took the abuse since
she felt sorry for her. The very next
day, Linda called my daughter and acted
like nothing happened.
Here's the kicker: Betty recently had
medical troubles of her own that were quite
similar to the ones Linda's husband is havin
The compassion she feels is real. She genuine
ly wants to help in any way,, but unless sh
bows and scrapes to Linda, her help is refused
What kind of wife refuses support for her hu
band?
- We understand .that Linda is hurting, afraid
and maybe insecure. Her world is out of con
trol, and she is jealous of anyone who is livir
a "normal" life. But how much does one hav
to take? She's always been ornery and now hi
a good excuse to be even more so. I want I
help my daughter.
What is the best way to deal with this situ;


v- tion? - Repercussions for Caring
w, Dear Caring: Linda's personality is not
ry going to change, no matter how helpful or sym-
an pathetic your daughter is; Betty's husband
s- might be able to get through to his sister, sug-
le Digesting she speak to her husband's doctor
il- about coping with her stress levels. But even
re so, it may not be enough. Betty needs to accept
tiJ Linda as she is and respond as if the negativity
doesn't exist. That means ignoring her barbs,
pretending to.be oblivious, changing the
y subject and smiling sympathetically
,_ \" "h while saying, "You must be so fraz-
zled. I'm so sorry." Repeat as needed.
o .- Dear. Annie: Over the past several
years, surrounding neighbors have
installed lovely swimming pools. But
instead of the sounds of splashing, we
hear their radios blasting. Sometimes
they leave the music on when they go back
inside and don't return for hours.
g. ' We turn our radio on when we're in the
e- backyard, but never so loud that it disturbs the
he neighbors. We have asked them to turn it down,
d. and they have, but why do we have to be the
s- ones to control the volume? - Missing
Splashes and Laughter
id Dear Missing: Your neighbors 'will crank up
n- the music until someone objects. Since they
ig already know it bothers you, that is inconsider-
ve ate and rude, but there you have it. If you want
as the volume lowered, you'll have to ask. Be
to grateful they comply. Too many neighbors do
not.
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"Not my right eye, your right eye."


Yesterday, we looked at responder's negative double over a
weak jump overall to show length in an unbid major. That works
fine at the one-level and two-level, but, higher than that, the
requirements for a negative double must be made more flexible.
Look at the North hand in the diagram. South opens one dia-
mond, and West overcalls four spades. What should North do?
'With 13 high-card points, he cannot pass. With only three-
card support, he can hardly raise to five diamonds. And to play a
double as purely for penalties is unrealistic. Yes, here careful
defense defeats four spades doubled by three tricks; but that is
only plus 500 against a vulnerable slam. The double should say
that North has too many points to pass,,but no better call avail-
able. It shows what are known as "convertible values."
How does the opener react?
He passes with a balanced hand and bids with an unbalanced
collection, confident that some useful goodies will come down in
the dummy. Here, South bids what he hopes he can make, six
diamonds. After West leads the spade king, how should South
plan the play?
Declarer has 12 top tricks: one spade, one heart, seven dia-
monds and three clubs. However, the bidding strongly suggests
that West has eight spades. If so, East is void. To ensure those 12
tricks, South must play low from the dummy at trick one (and low
again at trick two if West leads another spade). Calling for the
spade ace costs the contract because East ruffs, and declarer will
have an unavoidable heart loser.


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AR LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
JDSD Money issues could be your
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being generous to those in need,
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SL giving is enough. Or, you could.
N' A make a loan to a friend who never
TS pays you back.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
S Listen to what others have to say
A L but abide by your own common
S E sense. Your conclusions on cer-
E D tain subjects could be as good as,
or perhaps even better than, those
na's of your peers.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct., 23) -
Should someone who likes you
invite you to participate in some-
thing fun, don't take it upon your-
self to bring along another who
wasn't included. It could be
� embarrassing for your host..
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -
ed " Be careful-not to come off as tak-
us ing it upon yourself to be the head
fail- honcho. By blending in with the
group and not trying to run things,
co it'll put everyone at ease and pro-
vide more fun for everybody.
guide SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
gu- 21) - Success-could be denied
you if you try to take on too many
difficult or complicated assign-
ments. Be realistic about how
] much you can accomplish and
you'll do all right.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
- Your peers will be receptive to
your suggestions if they are pre-
1 sented in a friendly, constructive
manner. Conversely, if you come
off as a dictator imposing your
views on others, you'll lose.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19).
- Be extra cautious about acting
impulsively when handling your
funds or commercial affairs. If you
behave impulsively and don't think
things through, it could be costly.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)-
5 An important relationship could be
put in jeopardy if you continuous-
ly insist upon having your own
way. Not thinking about what the
other party wants or feels might
come off as being selfish.
ARIES (March 21-April 19)-
Don't put any conditions or
strings on a favor you do for a
- friend. The minute you do, it no
longer can be considered a good
- deed. It'll fall in the category of
being a pay transaction.
- TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -
, If you find yourself in a position
where a lot of peer pressure is
being placed on you to do some-
thing you'd rather not, be firm and
unyielding about not going, along
with the crowd. Be your own per-
.son.
t GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
Don't bring office politics home
and take them out on the family.
Instead of getting your kin's loving
support and sympathy,-you'll only
incite them to rise up against you.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
E Chances are it'll prove to be coun-
terproductive.to play hard.to get
with someone you find to be very
appealing. By being standoffish.
you'll lose out for sure. Be up front
to and let the person know you care.

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Free to lovin home, 2/1house in Grand * * Appre 2850 1 h 6' Bow der w/wakeBegin our next hntin adventure at
850-482- 5880/850- HsFresProduce Rdgep8 52 5571 $4 0/ 8- - 5BR/3BA outboard, galvanized 300hp, like new, a -.
303-9727 have Socomb 4868/209-8847 BuilLin 2009 Nice Family Home. trailer, trolling 000. - 47-8454
Tomatoes, Peas, , rikHm Energy efficient 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath- motor, depth finder DYNATRAK15ft.
Butter Beans, Malone ,CHBri /A, shad- Very Private on w Deck . rooms in Slocomb, VHF radio, Exc. Cond. fiberglass boat
Dogs ora,& uash ed fencedyard, star- Large acreage w/out . Lennox Two AL; 2250 Sq, Footage; 2500. firm w/trailer $700 - Im e ia
age shed, e600 + d.r- buildings, 3BR/2BA, Zone system over an acre of prop- Call 334-406-3825 205-249-2936 b
FOUND Puppy ge ,6 ep. clean, large kitchen, 6.1 acres erty. Open floorplan. F 0 "
Graceville Alabama 850-569-2697 appliances. $575 mo. * Slate & tile Built in 2006.$149,500
line. Mixed breed. 3/1 house, 2/1 &2/2 850-352-2103 * Hardwood firs. Jessieholley@hotmail Class 2, with 115' Seeking a positive, pro-active,
c all toidentify 3/1 house, 21&22Granite . com; (334)726-4210 Mercuryoutboard
850-658-2149 employment 450 500 e p. Wa-in Mobile Homes counter motor with trailer, organized person for a
FreeI F-Rat Terrier cS. . ter incl. 850-352- in Parks Formal dining motor, access ladder, Maintenance Planner/Scheduler.
mix & M Bulldog/ *4393/209-451 6 1 ) 2cargarage Lots-Acreage I 4Chaparra25 Beini, AM/FMra-
Dauchund mix. 850- 2 I /2 & 3/2 Quiet ell 2stlar. SLC Sport,Volvo dio, on bod ar ge, Candidate must have excellent
-592-2588' 3/2 C'dale 2770 But- 2/2&3/2Quietwe *2stal barn .Pental1, biminigalv cover,verywellkept
ercup Ln orn 35 atc maint. H20/sewer/, * Trey ceiling 11 AC. Cottonwood. trailer, Stred inside. under shelter. communication skills, both written &
w.'gar/+ar8d. CH/A garb/lawn incl. se mnmaster -Al, Sealy Wells Rd. $10,950. Call $14,000. 334-885-7319 Verbal. Ability to perform well under
0 850- nor discountsoyce 18ft ceiling hardwood trees. (334) 3932581 verbal. Ability to perform well under
CareeSeeker 209-7825 * $355,000 Make offer 2002 Gp 1200R & 1998 Special. Has Mercury pressure in a high intensity production
3/2 House in Park Model Trailers Call 334 596-7763 305-281-9758 XL760 plus trailer, 60 motor. 21.1
Or i n$ o both Yamaha, good hrs.on.mtr.Trolling environment. Must be able 'to solve and
new carpet, very nice $200 sec. dep. -atercond., $5500. Cal l mtorflsh finr2 prevent problems by developing &
m Janitorial/Cleaning mod ep. 850- r/i . l lVacation Propertiesi or 334-447-1914 334-793-2226 implementing programs. Data & Trend
company cooking tor 209-3595 site. Access to Mill I %
a PT cIleaner n Ma- Pond. 850-482-5583 1607-A Lakefront Dr.. CertifiedBehavipral Analyst , Analysis to determine the root cause and
Dairy85032na 4386 Church St. Cdale- Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR 3BR 3BA 2200 Florida State University prevent future delays in production. Basic
aChurA No. Pdets $0 M'sLoRent tocOwn: 2&Townhome at The Job #: 31898
Fresh helped Peas Pets, $500 H's. Lot rent incl. EufPoint on Lake Closing Date: 8/3/10 office computer software in addition to MP2

Shiver's Shelled Peas + $300dep. (0) For details 850-557- Eufaustart id la , Vndandtimber.net
& Butter Beans, 3524222 3432/8 814-6515 ramp/dock porches Master's Degree in Counseling 7i, planning systems desired.
available. 2307a Restaurant/ Screen FORECLOSED garage, paving, only Psychology Social Work, or related field
Ravariabe ties 0'a'y Fo oSrvi 3R/1BA, cI Townhomes"1O $375,000 or Make O- a nd 2 years of'related experience. 3oard i . e so :.-
Road, (between Cy- porch, backyrdpatio, HOME AUCTION fer S. Georgia Land & Certified in Behavioral Analysis. PositionP 7.3
press & Grand Ridge) 4479 Fairfax Rd $525 218Whisp Lane Timber. all Roy located in arianna, Florida. For details
(850) 592-4156 Available + dep. 850-482-8196 2BR/2BA Dothan, AL Neves @ 229-942- and to apple, yisit www.jobs.fsu.edu.
Immediately y or 209-1301. TOWNHOUSES 8BR/7 BA- 7538 SF 0479 or Visit' FSU is an EEO/AA. pp
SButterbeans, colored o C4lloway St: $800 & Towhoiuses Auction Starts
'& green. Pinkeyes & 22'furn. a 850-482-1050 8/17
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To operate, service, and maintain a wastewater plant; rpaintains a
wastewater treatmentplant, sprayfield, and collection system which
meets or exceeds state and federal permit requirements.

SUMMARY
Assists in the operation; maintenance and control of the City
Wastewater Departments, including potable water system,
distribution system, wastewater collection system, wastewater
treatment facilities, lift stations, sprayfield, sludge disposal
system and the certified lab to ensure safe, economical and
efficient operation.,


EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
e Class C Water/Wastewater operator certification (State of Florida)
* High school diploma or general education degree (GED):
minimum of twc years e perience in water/wastewater held:
or equivalent combination of education and e, perience.
Technical training is desired.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
s Valid Florida Commercial Drivers License ICDLI or
eligibility to be licensed.
* CPR Certification or eligibility to certified
*.Waslewaler license Class C minimum
* Possess or the ability to obtain a Class C Water certificate

The Town of Grand Ridge offers a health benefit package and
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22Cal Ruger Mk 3 (850)48 310- . Kenmore Washer & (850)482-5434
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motivat e tosoin our thagreat 850-263-2701 482-7888 $15, 850482-8287 af- Microwaveoven $30 850-482-827 af-
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" Confidence in your ability to be $150 850-592-2973 insulated w/fan win-
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outstanding work ethic. r 9918 ti table, 4chairs . dome 4'x3' fixed $45 Wooden baby crib
Great attitude and high energy.5 pc furniture set Computer Armoire- $150(850)579-4815 850-593-9987 w/mattress $75 850-
personality. $250, exercise bike Cherr with pull out Go Cart with 6 HP Solid Oak table w/4 -35
* Superior customer service skills. $35 850-728-9918 desk file drawer motor. $175 cushion arm chairs -Wooden headboard
* A desire to work in a commission, 60" Big Screen TV $250 (850)482-8310 (850)592-8676 $75 850-352-2103 for single bed. $10
performance based environment. $325,Troybilt Pres- Dishwasher, Whir. Hammock- wwood Solid wood'dresser. 850-482-3853/573-
sure Washer $220 pool Energy Star, stand from Pottery 6 drawers, mirror, 0860
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f04 Jeep Wrangler X, Murano '07 "S" 45k FORD '05 F150 Lariat, Property located on MY HAND
soft top, auto, miles, fully loaded. Loaded, Tan leather. Borden Street, Ma- WITNESS MY HAND
AM/FM/CD, low Looks & drives like Excellent condition, riann T ax nd the seal. f ths
l miles, new tires, new. Non-smoker, 98,000 miles, Identified by Tax ID Court on July 14,
Harley Davidson '06 $15,900. (850)579- garaged. $17,400 4 door, ood #044N-10-0040-0010- 2010.
0157 obo. 334-449-1864. condition: $14,200. 0030
Ser.nq.Only.Papers nt.Sunroof, ow Her itage Stail, 464.3 wnd by Yvonne L. Dale R. Guthrie
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ChAvailable. Estate sunshade.6-isc CD Garage kepL Kawasaki '095' KXF250 LE. Peter w/tan Lt Chevrolet FO 7 lrr but n l d t
topSale. $14,500 OBO changer. $11,545 Monster graphics pro 71 Ext. Cab. 9,999. Th demolition and Muscle Car 454, Mercedes-Benz'03 ciri peri V/forbse spkrsce grades consi ered. SLoaded turned vegetative der.F1055
411RE Eng built by C240 White pearl lowered, Vace & reeds super fast a 1999 Blazer Looks $13,9003346856233 K Mies, Blu re By: Bever
local auto pert. team. Ext. w/camel leather Hines pipes lu.rte .:.. d Runs Gm 714-2700 4-6 COff lete cleanup " f
Ser. nq. Only. Papers 07't. Sun roof, power Nissan'05 d ump truck, 20K mi Duty V-8 Crew Cab and soddn of dis- Marianna
Available. Estate su 08Ma xima cl CD Garage kept Kawasami Mojo i '09 KXF2Scooter LE. Peuter w/tan Lthr engine, looks XLT2WD, 18K miles, turbed areast ed to
Sale. $14,500 OBO changer. $11,545 O 05,200mi, Blue, 2 heated seator 703s, sunroofrunsood Tan $30,000 334-688- Proposals of
brother; per-otrm bose spkrs 100k mi. V-8, Ful c' turbed vegetative de- LF15055
Nissan 'p 0 Altima, 2.5 48 2 $ ce ppe. Very 258-163st 1999 Blazer Looks $13,900 334 auto $233 450.334-701 56K Mies, Blue brisEngeerg Services
S, 5 speed, 32k mi. l e ir the irr.- Good, Runs Good 1,500,334-687-4686 Complete cleanup REQUEST FOR
liBrakes & Shocks Pontiac07 G6GT 3346184430 Like newR A-Frame jack. $3000. 3347989O. p3 e drinkers 334-726- Trctors5 37- - mof the site PROPOSAL
$10,900 850-482-2994 HARLEY DAVIDON 334-726-3842 CHEVROLET '79 C-60 334-886-3154, 0978 or 334-795-6101 FORD '07 F250 Super Leveling, grading to provide Engineer-
07' FLSTSC Springer a dump truck, 20K mi., Duty V-8 Crew Cab and sodding of dis - City of Marianna
RoNissan 08' Maxima c28 classic 3000K m Mo Motor Scooter Cummings/Onan on new engine, looks XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, turned areas ' Request for
38K mi.. owner 3.5 Black $13,500 OBO '05, 200mi, Blue, xt service til Sept nerator 703 hrs. rough runs good Tan, $30,000 334-688 Proposals of







L1999eatBrllozadedegar. , w ^ t 3.w m i $18,200.334-798-1618 Good condition. $300. 334u701 9213 86 6 3 4 6ded Allr ( an o
Chevy 'orvette 500 LOBO pearl white 254-681-4802 Davidon $1650 850- 258-1638 1999BlazerTracker 229-758-314600am $2 450. 334-701-9213 8606, 334-695-0688 All proposals must Engineering Services




RedC Auto, Mirrored 334-796-661 3 taking offers Davds " Motorclessae 4. silver, grey cloth switch runs 400-518 4 Pul t pe tt De
Only 3522197370 ToNew 334 4451666 or 334- Harley Davidson 1986 r e interior New paint, house $15000. OBO Chevy 04 ilverdo FORD '07 F-350, 5.4 , cnta cto shall eed on an ntrac-
Tireos, Calipers, co6r9-813 on. Electra Glide Classic, Trailer old 2ikes Good condition, cold 4-40X400 poultry D rew ab 50K tor's assu rrance to y r












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es 5000 miles, $15,950 or Utility trailer 70, aiexc. stereo with ipod house of Lubing n T ir Dp- Chevy 04Silverado - 3.-4- e t th e i s l ro nques fie














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Branew tires askc g --0 Mi Bought r . - Two pcst Tractor. 107- Fod G FTm- 5 _- strcu wi- or best bid- signal services for
rake . $16,900. 334-618-4430 DAVIDSO Like new, A-Fraged jack. $3000 OBO. pie drinkers 334726,0 Chevy 72P/U sm. V- automatic cold polished, cleaned up ngineeringvidua will or be firms
Garagekept1,5. Call 334-470-3292 20031200cks 334-8863154 0978or 334-795-6101 FORD Spors Trac, and sodded within o provide Engineer-

















Automatic50 Toyota7 Sienna Van 100hnvedton. Wma J Ms Ferun63 rn r Op t ike Nw �$500. - FuIn case of a tie,
down,$249o.garage Call $r 30t. O l-0 3415- 9 Gandy 4 rowinsect- CHEVY "0OSilverado 'V .t6 full64 Ioi,7. the first ten days af- ing Services. Project


















d334-774-1915 miles $162500. F\R Super - lid$. Cu $. Excellent! $10,000. 334-774-63488Up, New Clutch, New 0a Seven cies of
conveRonrtible Ellis 714-0028 72 or 334 22 BMW '04 X5,64,500 cde applicator V-8,4X4266K miles, $19 500OBO /229-861- ter the award of the i ke a 2010/2011 Eco-
mi$9,800.334-791-3081les, new tires, w/double boxes for fully loaded rebuilt 2714, 229309-1890 contract, and at least nomic Development,
ontac Gorvette 9485K mL Soara-6 sport con-.Harley Davidson9507' Red Kaki 9 panoramic sunroof, two chemicals trans3100 $7500 OBO Henry Cobb one structure will be Communist be velop-d by
rigal ik bla 48Kmi6r. L .-di l36 L, u _ M 25,'ZR ext. service til Sept. mounted on tool bar. 334 rE7.320 demolished, cleaned ment Block Grant
leather loaded, gar. 984204 $18,200.334798-1618 Good condition. $30m. -U-p e00 . and S ,ded every (CDBG) and City of
kept. $15,000. OBO Harley Davidson'08 $3.5 "34-.6. 32 2 1 8 334-677-6714 229-758-3146 or 229- lten days- thereafter Marianna funded
D 87Coe. 0334-796-6613 D.____e_ - Leave Message 400-5184 Milk Mrn 'funded
Cony, Ik/red int. 350 tra C ssic S - teave the
eng. 4+3 Man trans. Porshe 86' red, sharp ing Eagle Anniversa- 1 c p r trreted All per- State of Florida, De-
EstateSale.$10k OBO runs good 4cyl. Ed. Very low miles Suzuki GSR John Deer 05'48 HP, mi are the reason - apartment of Com-
Serious Inquiries $3000. 334-405-7465 29000 6334-685-0380 1ht: ml full n-.. rive frontF C U R caE 4 A onr
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__. Volkswagon 4 Jettaa nB 3Ne e e C '02 Dkeota er Jl 14, et and projuc Other aor -
Only 352-219-7370 Toyota05 Prius 43K Harley Davidson 196 ring qar OB finish moer|, .,. Chevy'04 Silverado FORD '89 FI0, 4l), ful contractor shall ered on an equal
CFLTC w/sideLcar. 334.; -[4 ,429 r r & b , bad e 5A $ , 0 or m ake "'any and all com petitive basis.
ToCyamer 8 5ti Ave , m ligh blue biin4 H50LT L i 8 -Mp1 404Aut F4860S A rr a
rebulit transmission., color good cond. exc. cond.$10,500. - $16.2i0060 9 33 8100 V84 WHEEL DR reasonablevoffer 229-C anS a r itved b is.
$10650 2 dor s than 10-2. hr20. ' POWER EVERYTI NG 348 G2VEN necessary arrange-















$1,200. LE334-648-3171 Toyota 07 Prius C N 7 0 334-693-5454 - Dg 0 .a ul 1 n and p t r
laooks am/fru grea r,4,r5 . 1100 laI 334 Chev rol s a utMC '04_. Jvim Leher fo p o o Fitered u iN ciD cad e qo Tes tual i stine fre
S .aiC Black, 53k, ExL Cond, Harley Davidson 1992 d$1.4,o99..00 Tra$de s 7i2 L dr w, Iuns CHANGER $170 e0 vate and public utili- can be obtained from
GPS, backupR amera, Sporster 1200 custom Con-ie334-6-5erC5 Bus Hg CALL WHIT daI eic . Ine the cuety arian na-
Sbackup camera, bucket Hog. I-, D 9led A rvces. In the gity f M vri t
JBL sound,tint, great mid 50's K/KH exc. Aut Grader & Tiller D,:,.n Chevy 04'Silverado revet he successful bnt contacting the
as mileage, trans- cond. $5,500. OBO V c $14M 0i 321.202-424 c ind b , 5.dr 7 O 1 q 3,t ,ontra.r.r fails comr- City Manager's office
fable warranty 94-2665334-805- Suzuki '08 GSX R600 John Deere 6405 4WD ond. ri- a . 3 s pi ance. he bid will at (850) 482-4353.
new4tires asking 0o0 l Bodgit 00 7 -.9 T 4 9 2 revert to tihe next Evaluation of profes-
newtires oa 081 3 og t r' Tw ct Tractor. 3Ford' 97 F-150 V-. i -at or best bid- sional services for
-$16,900. RLEY DAVDSON Graged Divore 6 h. $20,000O Chevy 72' P/U sin V automatic cold air der. Engineering will be
corvette Call 334-470-3292 Great2003, 1200 Sportster pending Must Sell 334-790 -2 3 8 3-sp., 67K original wt45000 miles ents anmust mee
Automaticr350 Toyota 07 Sienna Van 100th anniv. edition. r5.800 00 Man 5o miles, original paint Like New $5600. I20 o e
(Silver) sell as is - XLT, 1 owner, loaded Lots of chrome. Wornan Jackes Massey Ferguson'63 rough. $1972. OBO. 334-790-7959 In case of a tie,
$5500. 080 with all extras, $7,500. 334-701-3974 Helmets avail. for Chevrolet d 27,000 lHHR 1 . mod 35 . r C 334-792-5578 MBE/WBE Se will



















$1 EtraJ i334-414-3551 l 2 , mrile Dbottom plow. $3 5M0 b. ragn I eed V o 1



















Hlnda___CTX_13_O Yamaha VStar b0cc Sport. Sep. Ad. hard c d 4w d b Tax ID #04-4N-10- THE EAST 1/2 OF LOT I 0 pi rt
Sag e kept, 64K Harley Davidson A tp 0. , 170 250.BO 0445-- L. -0010 4, AND ALL OF LOT 5,334-445-1717 CHEVY '87 10 Pick LF15056
4-774- 5 200miles $16,500. FR upr$59. ilvr. Excellent! 0 . 334-774-6348 Up, New Clutch Newn ed by Frank OF BLOCK 1, IN THEof
Corvette 88' Stingray Eufaula Call 334-687- tom pat.ar. l 334 Tractor 0 Kub Ford 01F150 lariat Brown, Jr. NORTHEAST 1/4 OF op








































meGT Runs GreaP $ 0 S..- t.aTs. ar. tept like 5a. 4 Moter, 154K mi. THE NORTHEAST 1/4
convertible 108K mi., 5032 or 334-695-0912 - chr *'ie. ne .000 m,0. 5 00 1 Che Concession T trailer black ext.tan leatherE marked "Sealed Pro-
$9,0.334-791-3081 ToyotaCamry'07 c f. ' T good 334-618 6211er cab, auFOURTEENperty lTH posals for Services"
Corvette 94'85KmL SolaraV-6sportcon- Harley Davidson'95 Clean. Runs Great LA1601 (cabfire) 3100 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT must. be received by
blue, original carlike vertible 48K mi. 6 yr. L-er 36K -n $7500.334. 794.9 35 hr ,,rin.g l tire GM '05 SIERRA.n I AND FOR JACKSONA best way to makeon
newcond. $11,50026K mi. pOK mi. bumperto End. .cond. 130 Suzuki 0M50Z 54 34-652136 50 engine, fuelARIAT 5-B-0 0 39K e. COUNT FLORIDA points with prime
Sunroofheated 334-618-9322or bumperwar.,new engine, spare seat ver & Bc. 2.5K banks o,.Heavy3,500. r black, 4wd. SIT pack CIVIL ACTION of Marianna City
334122k mi. $10,400 tires15,000. Firm $5500334-984-2044 mle: E l n 334-714-2700 trade r rac. age. 4 ocr. 20000at COTTONDALE JACK- nager Office
ec. cord. orarig det �abl c iodie- UTILITY cargo trailer CHEV '91. I Toi j2 CAD000781 2898 Green Street,
loaded,334-685-6233H E LexusM08 GX470 50e 95 Fe150, Eddie u.n Avenue1 D2 CDIVISIONTY FOR able to b 32446. Let
$12,000. 334-891-479 3"585.66 C r Bd D- D9 w hit , 20 2 S0'ct E a Phodne: (851 m
Yamaha - ma HD whitee',eSler~tCc n- a 52.21 or reasorabil -tCOUNTRYWIDE 4353. The owner re-
SaYamaha '07 1 cli0tmon,$ has $ at for 2 offer L229.334-3520. HOME LOANS, INC, serves the right to
1200, nei t;re., 2 Ch '05 Taii, ye_ Only , dl for 2 or29-.8171 waive any informali-












































aurChevy'Type 14- s SCOOTER United Mitsubishi'91 |Canyon 06 ExtendO a-r rroA k esel and Donna Simmons 32431 . advertise in the
Mil, helmets ccbra ,100 mi. koo Monthero 3000 miles. $o5,500.ATION #4 Any person claiming t ar
Sar, Volkwagon '04 Je tta - 3 quad pipeg.. l3. new tirep air OBO 334 791-6955 .Chevy '91 Cherokeen the newspaper
- go e cond.. K. 5.ood900. very nice, $18.99 annar 1601 pickup, lift gat e GMC '05 Sierra id Equalowner as ofortu
SGLS uTDI. Grey gra.y .850 26.-73r Write 650 579-4694 2WD ru t andard shift. $1500 85 0-352-4724 ROern BONNclaim within sixty 5et E le.
FLhs head w . *___ _4315Z_ Ms 3 76 94 5 6 Good Cond. $ al, Handicap Accessible
. 09 o n . iles e Ie new. u Lots o tra. /Fair Housing Juris-
CriallErger Garage seats. 40 mpDg. 97K n i YAMAHA '0S R6 Chevy '07 TrailblazEr. 230 H. hrEuip. Lots dic tin .F
KgP, 5.7 Liter, Hemi. $8,900 334y.666233 Harley Davidson black yelos7 le-; Nice F smil' SUV Avail. Ci34. rEui 3 ______________itin
Blue w/20 inch Facto Volvo '07 i Tail then 650 miles. 0 Loaded $300 Dc wn A 562 or 334-62.25 7U . NT IICEOh o t
N chrome wheels. 6 w r, $5,999 Call CSI Auto $7,900 or OBO. iom. Call Steve o 3 FOR C E O orct o e
white, new tires, 324-805-:4666 oe H 30- Mo. Gas Pipeline
speed manual. An H t h i ., 334Good3466 RESCHEDULED
Eye Catcher, selling _,.:.is 3d3-79L- Truck Le3Srg, Rent Dodge 01 Dakota I_____________SAL Natural Gas Pipeline
to buy a boat1 .50120 YcniVon YMAHA 0 V-star Fort Clubrcab, g 7 HEREBY of approximately
miles,2 door, Like 334-791-2726 250. urgurCy. '2doo Drk Ble. au, tmati, V6. 6K GIVEN pS
New condition, Blue VW '05 Beetle. Low miles! Like new! Runs good. Good J- GIVEN pursuant to Eed iueering Services
Roil. bLik Nev. an Order Reschedul- include the design
exterior, Charcoal in- Limited Edition. *Asking $2.695.. .Contion $4500 $7200. 334-7907959 LF15057 ing Foreclosure dat- and inspection of this
-terior, ABS, a/c, Like New. New tires. 334-693- 5454 *334-792 1208 Dodge '02 Dakota ed July 14, 2010 and project. Other activi-
e alam, hYAMAHA '08 V-star GMC '00 Jimmy. Leather int uad cab CITYOFMARIANNA entered in Case No.. ties that will be re-
et s eami/fC entry alarm. Under 250. Burgundy. grear conm.. $4200 Clean cond. Fully Municipal Develop- 32-2008-CA-000781 of quired, but are not
Wrraseatnry. $9.500. Honda 05 Gold .mles Lke new! oO 5 2491 auto. 334-693-3980 ment Department the Circuit Court of limited to, include
pa.3senger arb0 PL Call 334.655.0702 RoadsmitbTrike Kit. Asking $2,695.; ask for Tom FORK LIF" An-e ca Invitation to Bid the FOURTEENTH Ju- preliminary engi-
30th An Ed CB CO 334 -5454 Eagle w/Cummi dlcial Circuit in and neering, survey, geo-
.P334:635-7831 Classi & 30AriEudCBl or silver3&3Extras, Isuzu 97' Rodeo,' diesel engine, 60001b NOTICE is hereby for JACKSON County, tech reviewing con-
38K mi. $26,500 Yamaha 2004V-Star crimson red w/gray 1ift cap., good condo given to all interest- Florida wherein tractors partial pay
334-793-0177 1100 Classic. Black & int. automatic trans, $11,500. 334-701-9213 ed persons or firms C O U N T R Y W I D E request, assisting
1959R220S or s condition. $5,000. 701-9292 vans be accepted by the the Plaintiff and sight , of contri.ct
Restcre or use fr 334L618-7525 - Marianna City Clerk, BONNIT R, BAILEY" documents and bid-
parts.4 V _ C6 Dodge 99' 1500 V-8 at City Hall, located JACKSON COUNTY; ding, field over-site
Dodge '99 Stratus. 2 77-4022 Yamaha '99 XVSIO CHRYSLER '06 T Magnum 193K mi. at 2898, Green Street, are the Defendants, I of all contractor ac-
Autom6 . at :)I 42K hih ad &
loadedonly65000 Convertible Buick 42 iA n u V A/T, A/C, P/steering, Marianna, Florida will sell to the high tivities, and certifica-
load.Eed, onl 165,0 S w E 1.. . r E " cews, $3,500. 0 32446, until 2:00 p.m. est and best bidder tion of contract com-
with white -top, auto-77. a-:. Aocer. $O500 334-691-2987/344- on Tuesday, August for cash at NORTH pletion of project. All
$4100. 334-790-7959 350, 81Kmi, $9,500. H a'06, Rebel Yamaha '99 XVS1100 1', 334 686 .[54 798-1768 3; 2010, for the fol DOOR JACKSON engineering require-
Ford 06' Focus SES 4- 256-282-6752 Great condition. Runs 42K mi. As ing 53200 - Chrysler '95 voyager. lowing item: COUNTY COURT- ments must meet
dr. Crimson red, au- MG '77 Midget great, $2000. obo OBO 334.726. 1215 or Jee 07' Wrangler, V6. auto. seats 8. HOUSE, MARIANNA, current CDBG and
toCan be restOred.Enge 334-701-1707 3344 773152 black X unlimited 4 power, ati BID NUMBER: 10-01 FLORIDA at 11:00AM, othr local regula-
spoiler. like new,50K can be/ .... �- X . i. ! ow er, NOW. BID TITLE: Demolition on the 19th day of tions.
3071.or 3 .726-9,003 Need Mone!r p$999, res r , 1975 0 850-592- 8 tures lowing . escribedth
334N-714 9829 C -cot top c cor 832 LOCATION #1: property as set forth
WMotcrcycleS JW anted - DODGE'99,2500 RAM 2926 Milton Avenue ment:
Motorcyle.'. JEEP 9 10 YWr nSp .hr Automobiles quad cab, short bed, Marianna Identified
H,)nda'06CTX 0 Yamaha VStar 0cc Sprt. 5tp. 4wd. h r d i 6cy turbo diesel, 4wd by Tax ID #04-4N-10- THE EAST 1/2 OF LOT 0U
Cruiser Like New r1las,c, erl Ahit'- p 4.0 Ior n 170K, $7250. 00, 0445- -0010 4, AND ALL OF LOT 5,
4200 Mi. $5900 OBO ;iver. i g a re.s ac. 103K. $i'.00. auto. 850-557-2711' Owned by Frank OF BLOCK 1i IN THE
Ford '89 Mustang 5.0 334-806.1322 light bar, 4addle bn..334.790- O K 'Ford 01' F10 lariat Brown, Jr. NORTHEAST 1/4 OF P
GT Runs Great 1800 t ags. ga. . i lie 5 u5.4 liter, 154K ml. THE NORTHEAST.1/4
060ne .000 in.$5100 Concession Trailer black5ext.tan leather LOCATION#2: OF SECTION 36 Advetisin is the
3346cL-2487 '04 Sportster 1 334.696.5531 ,ights T ED- Ihseats, super cab, au- Property located on TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH,
enFord 96' Crown Vic Lowi hi. Ba2 le s..M tor Dve to trans $8000. 417- Milton Avenue, Ma- RANGE� 12 � WEST; best way to mnake
clean. nev tire-., e c. winclsleld. 2 e-.'.. Scooters 1`07pedE 7otor Driven. 193-7937 rianna Identified by SAID LOTS CONTAIN-
cond. 126K mi. Good Condition FO. Tax ID #04-4N-10- ING 47 1/2 FEET
$ 53000. 334-794-038,, 080 l 334585-39 And Equipped 0 I... 0445-00B0-0051 EACH FRONT, AND points with prime
OBOHonda 306 CT8 53-:0 ,. .1 85 0 58 5 F250 Diesel, Crew Owned by Emma RUNNING BACK
Honda '03 Accord EX * Cruiser Like New Jeep'SOCJ7. Lift '- Cab, 123K miles Benbow SOUTH 75 FEET; prospects who are
I s- sidered. Call CSI Auto -Heavy LOCATION #3 TOWN OF ready, willing and
122k mi. $10,400 -7142700 Prapert, Is.,cated at COTONDALE, JACK-
334u685t6233 saHONDA '06 33-742707914 Miton Avenue, SON COUNTY, FLORI- able to buy. Let us
6rr,5l3.3 LKE NEW. Lexus '08 GX470 50R4 95 F-150, Eddie M?4rilnna DA
Honda '07 Odyssey $4.800. 229 334-8520 Lance '(8 Cni3rr, g' Mi..Gbod Cond. Load- Bower PKG, no rus . Ilderld by Tax ID show you the most
ed. Exc. Condo. NADA '06 HD Dyna Wide or 229-296-8171 Scooter 50CC 2000 ed 3rd Row Seat, Nav 'runs great, blue a 0 0-0445- A/K/A 2591 MILTON
24K. Asking $20,900 Glide-FXDWG. Black. Honda '06 VTX1300 miles. Like new. System $35,500 $3950. 080Call 0(,8u.0090 5 T R E E T ivewayto
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10A - Thursday, July 29, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


SPORTS


www.JCFLOR]DAN.com


Marianna Marlins
The Marianna Marlins
Swim Team will be hav-
ing their inter-squad
meet .Thursday from 5
p.m. to 6:30 p.m. All
sponsors, family, and
friends are invited to
attend.

Sneads Volleyball
Sneads High School will
have volleyball tryouts
from Aug. 9-11 from 3
p.m. to 5 p.m. at the SHS
gym. Athletes must have
a current physical and
proper paperwork to try
out. For more info, con-
tact Sheila Roberts at
.850-209-3769.

Grand Ridge
Athletics
Athletic physical for,
Grand Ridge Middle
School will be conducted
on Aug. 12 from 4:30
p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the
new ,gym. Cost is - $20.
For more information,
call 482-9835, ext. 221.

Hudson Golf
Tournament
The Fourth Annual
Coach 'John "Hud"
Hudson Golf
Tournament will be Aug.
21-22 at Caverns Golf
Course. Morning or
afternoon tee times are
available in the three-
man scramble format.
Cost is $80 per person
and includes free range
balls and lunch' on
Sunday. Cash prizes will
be paid for the top three
teams in 'each flight,
Long Drive and Closest
to Pin prizes will be,
awarded each day.
For more information'
on the tournament, con-
tact Hunter Nolen at 573-
6474, John Dondaldson
at 573-0806, Brian
McKeithan at 482-4257,
Nora Mayo at 209-4743,
or Tommy Lassman at
718-7942.

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial @jcfloridan.co
m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478. The. mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
FL 32447: .


Spurrier
Continued From Page 5A
- senior this year, was almost
automatic in short yardage
.situation last fall.
Still, the Gamecocks,
averaged just more than 121
_ yards a game on the ground
last fall. And that was an
improvement from 2008
when they managed just
94.1 yards a game, the only
SEC team -ot to break the
century mark that season..
Spurrier thought he
turned a corner last
November when South
Carolina ran for a season's
best 223 yards in ;a 34-17
victory over rival Clemson.
Miles had a 114 yards in
that game, nearly 100 more
than ACC's player of the
year C.J. Spiller. Afterward,
Spurrier cited a newspaper
column with reminding him
that the head ball coach's
most successful times came,
from a well-built running
game.
Five weeks . later, the
progress vanished and the
Gamecocks looked 'their.
unproductive selves when
running the ball. South.
Carolina rushed for just 76
yards against the Huskies
and surrendered three sacks
for 25 yards.
"The running game has-
n't been near as bad as the
final .stats because we're
bottom in sacks all the
time," Spurrier said.
"We've done a lousy job
teaching the quarterback to
throw the ball away and
teaching lineman how to
block.
"At times," he continued,
"we act like a sack's no big
deal."
Not anymore.
. Senior right guard
Terrence Campbell says the
attitude among the linemen
this summer has been as.
strong as he's seen.. "We
have just stepped- it. up to
another level," he said.
Lattimore should also
increase the intensity
among South Carolina run-
ning backs scrapping for
carries, assistant coach Jay
Graham said. As good as
Lattimore could be; he's
still a freshman who hasn't
seen anywhere near this
level of competition before,
said Graham, the former
Tennessee star runner.


Roush still hospitalized, stable after plane crash


BY CHRIS JENKINS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


MILWAUKEE - NASCAR team owner
Jack Roush remained hospitalized in serious
but stable condition Wednesday, one day after
he walked away from a plane crash in
Wisconsin.
In a statement, Roush Fenway Racing said
Roush is under observation for facial injuries
he sustained in the accident.
The team said Roush's passenger, his friend
Brenda Stricklin, was treated and released from
the hospital Wednesday afternoon.
"On behalf of the NASCAR industry our
hearts and prayers go out to Jack Roush, the
Roush family and Roush Fenway Racing,"
NASCAR chairman and CEO Brian France


said in a statement. "All of us are looking for-
ward to a full and speedy recovery."
Roush' - an aviation buff who survived
another crash in 2002 - was attending the
Experimental Aircraft Association's annual
AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wis. According to the
EAA, a Beechcraft Premier business jet regis-
tered to Roush Fenway Racing, LLC was
involved in a landing accident at Wittman
Regional Airport in Oshkosh around 6:15 p.m.
Tuesday.
With Roush at the controls, the plane crashed
while attempting to land. Photos from the scene
showed serious damage, with the tail section
cracked away from the rest of the plane.
It is the second close call in an airplane for
Roush, who crashed into a lake in Alabama
eight years ago and nearly drowned before


being rescued by an ex-Marine who lived near-
by. Despite sustaining serious injuries, Roush
continued flying.
After having success in dragsters and sports
car racing, Roush - a former Ford engineer
and college physics teacher - founded his
NASCAR team in 1988.
Known for his trademark Panama-style hat,
academic speaking style and love for tinkering
with anything mechanical, he won champi-
onships in NASCAR's top series with Matt
Kenseth in 2003 and Kurt Busch in 2004.
Since 2007, Roush has partnered with the
Fenway Sports Group, the sports marketing
arm of the Boston Red Sox's parent company.
The team currently fields cars in the Cup
series for Kenseth, Carl Edwards, Greg Biffle
and David Ragan.


Clemmons
Continued From Page 5A

lot," Dryden said of school and going right back Enterprise, although he opportunity for him. towards Winning.
Clemmons. "I told him he home, I didn't like that." also said he expects to play "I think they're on the "Coach Hulsey is an old-
still has a chance to play, so Dryden, who plays sec- every day as an outfielder rise,* Clemmons said of school type guy, the kind of
he might as well use it." ond base,.said he was also and first baseman. , the Boll Weevils. "They coach I like playing for.
After spending a year excited about the opportu- He said that, aside from went to the state tourney He's not afraid to tell you
without playing competi- nity to play with his former rejoining his old friend, the for the first time in 20 years what's on his mind, and he
tive baseball, Clemmons teammate. �.Enterprise program and its last year. The coaches seem seems excited about us
was eager for another "We've already been' coach presented a great real good and real focused playing there." '
chance. teammates, so we know
"'It was probably one of how each other plays. We - -
the toughest things I ever understand each other," he
did," he said of taking the said. "I think we'll fit in
time off. "I'm just trying to real well."
get back into it as quick as .Clemmons will pitch for
possible."
Clemmons, who assisted
Marianna Middle School
coach Hunter Nolen last
season, said there were
some positives to take from
the year off.
"It was good to take a.
break and rest the arm," he
said. "To get ready to come
back again, it definitely
makes that fever come
back. As soon as I graduat-
ed high school, I played
around 60 games in the
summer, and that sort of
burned me out a little bit. RMUing Sizing,
It's a blessing to take a lit- Chain Soldering and
tle break and not use a year Prong Work
of eligibility." �EXCELLENT WORK!
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