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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.
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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 )
Genre:
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Spatial Coverage:
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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University of Florida
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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Body found at Round Lake


STAFF REPORT
A Washington County resident was found
dead near the water's edge in Round Lake
early Monday morning. He was identified as
75-year-old Joseph John Lukasko.
Swimmers discovered the body when
they went to the lake just before 10 a.m., and


called the Jackson County Sheriff's Office.
The man was found lying on his back next
to the boat ramp and near his boat, accord-
ing to a news release from the sheriff's
office.
Witnesses said his body was submerged
from the chest down in approximately one
foot of water, and that his head was above


water on the concrete landing. The Jackson
County Fire Rescue team pronounced him
dead at the scene.
There were no obvious signs of trauma to
Lukasko's body, and foul play is not sus-
pected at this time.
The medical examiner's office will do an
autopsy to determine the exact cause of


death. Family members indicated Lukasko
had several health problems.
According to the family, Lukasko left
home to go fishing at the lake on 'Monday
around 6:30 a.m. Lukasko spoke with his
daughter on the telephone shortly after 7
a.m. Lukasko's vehicle and boat trailer were
also located at the landing.


Two charged

after truck

stop dust-up
STAFF REPORT -
Two out-of-state
residents were
arrested. Friday
after allegedly
attacking a
Marianna resident
at the TA Travel Michael P.
Center outside Underhill
Marianna.
Beavertown, Pa.
resident Michael
Patrick Underhill
IV, 32, and
Stafford, Va. resi-
dent Brett Tyler
Jones, 19, were
each charged with Brett Tyler
aggravated battery Jones
and defrauding a
retail business. Underhill was
additionally charged with crimi-
nal mischief.
The victim and his female
companion were having a meal at
the TA restaurant around 2:15
See TRUCK, Page 5A >


Driver fails

to pull over,

is arrested
STAFF REPORT


Police seek

suspects

in store

break-in
STAFF REPORT
The Marianna Police
Department is trying to find out
who shattered a window and
broke into the Rent-A-Center to
steal merchandise early Monday
morning. ,
Officers discovered the damage
and theft around 2 a.m. Monday,
when responding to a burglar
alarm there.
According to a press release
from the agency, the thief or
thieves stole a laptop computer
and an LCD television which had
been on display in the store.
The business is located in
Jackson Square at 4154 Lafayette
St.
Police said their investigation
indicates the suspect or suspects
"entered the store and then fled to
See SUSPECTS, Page 5A >


Aunt charged With leaving toddler in car


STAFF REPORT
,. A Louisiana woman was charged with abuse
or neglect of a child Saturday, after allegedly
leaving her young nephew in a vehicle alone at
WalMart, just south of the Marianna city limits.


According to the complaint, Dominique
Lockett, 23, left her two-year-old nephew in an
idling car around 8 a.m. with a functioning air
conditioner, but minimal cooling performance.
The child was unattended for approximately
12 minutes in the Wal-Mart parking lot.


The doors were secured, but the child had
rolled down the driver's side window, accord-
ing to the complaint.
Authorities said Lockett's actions "were
intentional and placed the child's welfare in
danger."


A driver was arrested in his
driveway Sunday morning after
allegedly running -a red light and
speeding away from a pursuing
officer with the Marianna Police
Department.
Carlos Sanchez, of 4731B
Watson St., is charged with flee-
ing and attempting to elude an
officer, driving with no valid
license and reckless driving,
according to a press release frpm
the Marianna police.
An officer allegedly saw
Sanchez run a red light at the
intersection of Noland Street and
U.S. Highway 90 around 5 a.m.,
See DRIVER, Page 5A >


Man and

Woman spar;

both arrested
STAFF REPORT I
A man and a
woman were
arrested early
Saturday morning
after allegedly
engaging in
"mutual combat" Richard
at a home in Anderson
Marianna, accord-
ing to a press
release from the
Marianna Police
Department.
Officers went to
3125 Deering St.
just before 2 a.m.
on a report of a Naneita
physical alterca- Millwood
tion in progress.
Richard Anderson and Naneita
Millwood both had minor injuries
when the officers arrived - both
were apparently engaged in the
fight. Anderson and Millwood
were each arrested on a charge of
battery-domestic violence and
taken to the Jackson County jail.


STAFF REPORT
The company set to take over
management of Graceville
Correctional Facility has named
two'new assistant wardens for the
prison.
GEO Group has run the prison
for the first three years of its exis-
tence. It lost out to Corrections
Corporation of America when the
contract came up for renewal
under competitive bidding.
CCA will officially take over
Sept. 26, and has appointed
Willie J. Ruffin and Shawn Gillis
as assistant wardens.
Ruffin has been in corrections
more than 25 years, according to
a press release outlining the
career experiences of both Ruffin
and Gillis.
Ruffin was a military police
officer and and drill sergeant in
the Army. He also served in a
variety of similar roles for the
Army, including security guard,
section chief, night manager and
instructor.
He was also a correctional offi-
cer at Hamilton Correctional
Institution in Jasper before join-
ing CCA in 1997.
He first worked for CCA as
assistant shift supervisor at Lake


City Correctional Facility and
was promoted to shift supervisor
before moving on to CCA's
Gadsden Correctional Facility in
Quincy. There, in 1999, he began
as chief of security and later
became assistant warden at
CCA's South Central
Correctional Center in 'Clifton,
Tenn., and Lawrenceville
Correctional Center in
Lawrenceville, Ga.
From 2003 to 2008, he was
warden of three CCA facilities:
Lake City Correctional Facility,
Stewart Correctional Facility in
Lumpkin, Ga., and Northeast
Ohio Correctional Center in
Youngtown, Ohio.
He most recently served as
assistant warden at CCA's
Hernando County Jail in
Brooksville.
Gillis served in a number of
roles while in the Army, includ-
ing tactical satellite and
microwave systems repairer,
electronic maintenance supervi-
sor and military transportation
instructor.
He began his correctional
career in 1995 as a correctional
officer with the Georgia
See WARDENS, Page 5A >


Biker leads trooper on 100 mph chase, crashes


STAFF WRITER
A motorcycle rider was clocked at
more than 130 miles an hour in a long
pursuit that ended in an accident Sunday
night.
The biker was identified as Wesley
Curtis Risner, 31, of Tampa.
He was taken to jail after being treat-
ed for injuries sustained in the crash.


He is charged with
fleeing/eluding/disregarding the safety
of others, and driving while his license
was suspended or revoked.
According to complaints filed by
Florida Highway Patrol, Risner was first
clocked at 100 mph by a trooper while
traveling east on Interstate 10 in
Washington County. The chase soon
moved into Jackson County.


Alerted to the speeder by the first
trooper, another trooper pulled in behind
the bike near mile marker 128 and tried
to pull it over. The biker sped up instead,
and was "cutting in and out of traffic
with no regard for the safety of other
drivers," according to the highway
patrol report. Wesley C.
See BIKER, Page 5A Wesley C.
See BIKER, Page 5A > Risner


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TUESDAY


Blowout causes wreck


A tow truck prepares to move a semi damaged in a collision with a traffic railing on Interstate
10 between the Marianna exits Monday. While traveling west a tire blew out on the semi send-
ing it across the inside lane where it collided with the guard rail, damaging a 150 foot section.
- Mark Skinner / Floridan


Assistant wardens

named at Graceville


Pet possums


Leonard Parry, from Compass Lake, and his possums,
Adrianna, Stella and Sylvia, wait to register for the Possum
King and Queen Competition Friday night in Wausau. The
event was part of the 41st annual Wausau Possum Festival
and Fun Day. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


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Friday
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High - 950
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Thursday
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High - 960
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Saturday
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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
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Marianna, FL 32446
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Getting It Right!
Based on information
received from Marianna
police, we reported Friday
that Adam Paul Williams,
charged with allegedly
pawning a stolen 'gun,
lives in Sneads.
According to relatives,
Williams actually lives in
Alabama and was using
the Sneads address for
mail.

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


August 10 -. Tuesday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is
sold out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday in the Jackson County Courthouse
parking lot. The state certified farmers' mar-
ket accepts FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs
coupons.
* St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.,
Marianna, is having a half-off sale on all
jeans, shirts, shoes, women's purses and Ty
Beanie Babies. Also, buy one, get one of
equal or lesser value free on all children's
clothes, children's purses, VCR tapes, DVDs,
CDs and women's 'small clothing (size 0-9).
Sale runs the entire month of August. Shop
hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Call 482-3734.
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Factory Stores
of America, 10 a.m. to noon; and at
Signature Health Care in Graceville, 1-4
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 Republican Club of Northwest
Florida meets at noon in Jim's Buffet and
Grill, Marianna. Today's guest: Florida
Attorney General and gubernatorial candi-
date Bill McCollum appearing via Skype. Call
718-5411, 352-4984.
* The Optimist Club of Jackson County
board meets at noon in First Capital Bank,
Marianna.
* The Central Panhandle Red Cross
Chapter of Panama City, which serves Bay,
Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson and
Washington counties, is conducting a
Shelter Operations Class at the new
Washington County Emergency Operations
Center, nine miles south of Chipley near
Wausau, 2300 Pioneer Road. The training is
12-3 'p.m. To pre-registration, contact
Woody Bollinger, 850-763-6587 (8 a.m. to 4
p.m. weekdays), or Charles Brasher, 557-
3838 or clbrashe@ufl.edu.
* 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.
* The Marianna One Stop Center hosts a
free Employability Skills workshop on
"Meekness," 5:30-6:30 p.m. Public wel-
come; no charge. Call 718-0326.
* 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 MariarTna Post Office. Call
272-7068.
* An autism support group for parents
with and caregivers of children on the autism
spectrum meets 6-7:30 p.m. in the First
Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall. in
Marianna (Clinton Street entrance, across


from Hancock Bank). Syntha Alvarez will
present highlights from a recent autism con-
ference and tips for getting ready for school.
Autism Awareness magnets available, $3
each. Call 526-2430. The group meetson the
second Tuesday of each month.
* Marianna's American Legion Post 100
convenes its August meeting, 7 p.m. at 3627
West U.S. Highway 90, adjacent to the
Agricultural Center and horse barn. Guest
speaker isCol. Linda Henderson, nurse
supervisor at the Marianna Veterans Affairs
Outpatient Clinic, with an overview of clinic
services and more. Dinner will be served.
Area Veterans who are not members are
invited as guests of Post 100. Call 482-3744
or 482-5526.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

August 11 - Wednesday
* Covenant Hospice hosts a new volunteer
workshop, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 4215
Kelson Ave., Suite E, in Marianna. The work-
shop is free and open to the public. Food,
drinks provided. To register, call 482-8520.
* Jackson County Habitat for. Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* The Marianna One Stop Center hosts a
free Employability Skills workshop on
"Budgeting," 10-11 a.m. Public welcome; no
charge. 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.
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center. mobile unit will be at the Jackson
County Health Department, 12-4 p.m.; and
the Evangel Worship Center in Marianna, 5-8
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.

August 12 - Thursday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is
sold out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday in the Jackson County Courthouse
parking lot. The state certified farmers' mar-
ket accepts FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs
coupons.
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the University of
Florida Jackson County Extension, 8 a.m. to
1 p.m.; and at AT&T in Marianna, 2-4:30
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.
* St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.,
Marianna, is having a half-off sale on all
jeans, shirts, shoes, women's purses and Ty


Beanie Babies. Also, buy one, get one of
equal or lesser value free on all children's
clothes, children's purses, VCR tapes, DVDs,
CDs and women's small, clothing (size 0-9)..
Sale runs the entire month of August. Shop
hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Call 482-3734.
* Members of Networking Healthcare
Professionals meet for alunch and learn, 11
a.m. at the Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli in
downtown Marianna. The presentation will
be by Jackson Hospital. Lunch is -Dutch.
treat. R.S.V.P. to Nina Neel, 850-674-5464.
* The Jackson County School Board con-
venes a board workshop at 4 p.m.
* The Tobacco-Free Partnership of
Jackson County's first meeting of the new
fiscal year starts at 4:30 p.m. in the Citizens
Lodge, 4577 Lodge Drive, .Marianna.
Immediately following will be the first quar-
terly Jackson County SWAT meeting; coun-
tywide youth" officers will be elected. Call
526-2412, ext. 188.
* Grand Ridge Middle School athletic
physical will be conducted 4:30-6:30 p.m.
in the new gym. Cost: $20. Call 482-9835,,
ext. 221.
* The Tri-County,Community Council Inc.
Board of Directors meets at 5 p.m. in
Simbo's Restaurant on US Highway 79
North, Bonifay.
* The Town of Grand Ridge convenes its
regular monthly council meeting at 6 p.m. in
the Grand Ridge Town Hall. Call 592-4621.
* Thursday Night Concert in the Park -
Jackson County. Parks and Recycling
Department's summer concert series contin-
ues tonight with bluegrass from Dry Creek,
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.

August 13 - Friday
* The Marianna One Stop Center hosts a
free Employability Skills workshop on
"Employ Florida," 10-11 a.m.; and one on
"Resume Skills," 3:15-4:15 p.m. Public wel-
come; no charge. 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.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
Aug. 8, the latest avail-
able report: One accident
with injury, one stolen
tag, one
reckless
driver, one
physical dis-
turba nc e, rf
two verbal '
disturbances, one drug
offense, one burglar
alarm, five traffic stops,
one assault, one noise


disturbance and three
public service calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and coun-
ty Fire/Rescue reported
the following incidents
for Aug. 8, the latest
available report (Some of
these calls may related to
after-hours calls taken on
behalf of Graceville and
Cottondale Police
Departments): One acci-
dent without injuries, one


abandoned vehicle, two
reckless drivers, three
suspicious vehicles, one
suspicious incident, one
highway obstruction, two
burglaries, two physical
disturbances, three verbal
disturbances, one prowler,
one drug offense, 15 med-
ical calls, three traffic
accidents, six traffic
stops, three larceny com-
plaints, one criminal mis-
chief complaint, two civil
disputes, one noise distur-
bance, four assists of
other agencies, two public


service calls and one
threat.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
- Johnny Banks, 35,
7158 Short Lane, Sneads,
driving under the influ-
ence.
- Carlos Sanchez, 23,
4731B Watson St.,
Marianna, no valid dri-


very's license, fleeing or
attempting to elude, reck-
less driving with alcohol.
- Harry Godfrey, 36,
195 Dandelion Lane,
Union Springs, Ala., driv-
ing while license sus-
pended or revoked.

JAIL POPULATION: 259

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


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Chipola to fund more technology scholarships


Jackson County Floridan * 'Tuesday, August 10, 2010 - 3A


SPECIAL T10( THE FLORIIuAN

Chipola College students inter-
ested in computers and informna-
lion technology arc encouraged
to apply for the "WIRED for
Technology" scholarship pro-
gram. Chipola was recently noti-
fied that scholarship funds will
continue through the Fall 2010
term.
The program funded 23 tech-
nology students during the 2009-
10 academic year.
The "WIRED for Technology"
scholarships can only be awarded
students enrolled in computer-
related programs.
Applications will be accepted
from Associate in Arts degree-
seeking students majoring in
computer science and informa-
tion technology. These students
would likely take classes at
Chipola for two years and then
transfer to a university to com-
plete the junior and senior years
of a bachelor's degree in a tech-
nology-related field.
Associate in Science degrees in
computer engineering technolo-
gy, computer information tech-
nology, and networking services
technology are also included
among the eligible programs.
These degrees prepare students
for careers after taking one to two
years of coursework.
Scholarships are also available
for Workforce Certificate pro-
gram in computer systems tech-
nology, which can be completed
in as little as one year.
, The new scholarships may
fund all or part of costs for tuition
and fees for students in comput-
er-related majors or programs of
study.


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Chipola College students interested in computers and information technology are encouraged to apply for the "WIRED for Technology"
scholarship program. Pictured from left are Joseph Phinney of Blountstown, Zachary Folks of Grand Ridge and computer networking
instructor Dean Giles. - Contributed photo


The scholarships may be
awarded in addition to other
scholarships or grants; however,
the selection panel will also con-
sider other funds available to stu-
dents through the Foundation or


Financial Aid Office. The newly
funded scholarships will be avail-
able only for the fall 2010 semes-
ter.
The WIRED for Technology
project is being funded by the


U.S. Department of Labor
through a consortium of panhan-
dle colleges in partnership with
the University of West Florida
and Florida's Great Northwest.
For' information about the


scholarships at Chipola, contact
Gail Hartzog or Pat Barfield at
718-2342 or
hartzogg@chipola.edu, or Nancy
Burns at 526-2761 or
bumsn@chipola.edu.


Panhandle Seminole Club


hosts Emeritus Luncheon


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

The Panhandle Seminole Club recently
held its ninth annual Emeritus Luncheon
at the Gazebo Deli 'and Coffee Shoppe in
downtown Marianna, to honor Panhandle-
area emeritus graduates (alumni of at least
50 years) of Florida State University.
Dr. Sherry Southerland, a professor in
the science education program at FSU was
the guest speaker.
Southerland is the co-director of FSU-
Teach program, which allows students to
expand their understanding of their sci-
ence and math major, explore the possibil-
ity of becoming a mathematics or science
teacher, and develop a deep knowledge of
teaching.
Roy Baker, Panhandle Seminole Club


president, announced that the club is hav- '-" .
ing its annual Boston butt sale to support
the four $1,000 scholarships that are
awarded each year. The delivery date will
be Sept. 2, the Thursday before Labor
Day. Tickets may be purchased at Sweet
Stuff Bakery, or call Joy Hinton at 482-
3466.


From left, are George Sweeney,
Panhandle Seminole Club treasurer;
Ruth Davis, Panhandle Seminole Club
member and Emeritus Society member;
Ryanne Avina, assistant director for
constituent programs; and guest speak-
er Dr. Sherry Southerland, co-director
FSU-Teach. - Contributed photo' " "


- Visual Art Exhibit call for entries


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Staff members of the "Just for Kids" CHE newspaper
include, front row, left to right, Jared Robinson, Katelyn
McBride, and Amanda Carnley; back row, Editor Jacob
Hayes, Wade Robinson, ,Nathaniel McBride, and
Supervisor Dori Hayes. - Contributed photo

Chipola Home

Educators newspaper

prepares for new year


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Following the long sum-
mer vacation from school,
the Chipola Home
Educators "Just for Kids"
newspaper staff met recent-
ly to begin preparing for the
busy school year ahead in
2010-2011.
The editor and contribu-
tor to the boys' section of
the newspaper,, Jacob
Hayes, has some exciting
news to share about the
fresh new ideas that he and
his staff have come up with
during their work together.
Nathaniel McBride will
continue writing and creat-
ing the comics section of
the newspaper, with
Katelyn McBride remain-
ing the primary contributor
the girls' section and other
general news.
New members have
joined the "Just for Kids"
team, including Amanda
Carnlcy, who will assist
Katelyn and also add some
surprises for the girls' sec-
tion of the paper.
Amanda was responsible
for designinip ilid develop
ing tlCe INlIe school y ear
book last year aind will ih' I


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staff.
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Robinson will be helping
with the boys' section and
all other general news
reports.
They will partner with
each other to provide a lot
of reading enjoyment for all
CHE home school families.
Chipola Home Educators
board member Dori Hayes
will continue her duties as
the supervisor of the
monthly newspaper.
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website at
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Art Exhibit at Chipola
College, Marianna, is seek-
ing 2-D and 3-D artists for
the fall exhibit, and Sunday
Afternoon with the Arts
reception. The Exhibit will
be Nov. 1-13, and the recep-
tion will be Nov. 7, 1 to 4
p.m. Exhibit venue is
Chipola College Arts
Center, 3056 College St.,
Marianna.
Exhibit guidelines and


applications are now avail-
able to all artists 18 years or
older, throughout the region.
Each artist may exhibit up
to three pieces of art in any
medium. Art must be origi-
nal art or photography.
Art must be appropriate
for audiences of all ages.
The Exhibit committee
reserves the right to deter-
mine what is acceptable.'
There will be no entry fee.
Deadline for entries is Oct.
2.
For more information,


contact Debra Pelc Menacof,
chairperson, at 482-8289 or
debimenacof@embarqmail.c
om.
Application forms may be
found on the Chipola
College , website,
www.chipola.edu (click


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Votes cast in Fla. for Senate, governor primaries


BY BRENDAN FARRINGTON
AP POLITICAL WRITER

TALLAHASSEE - Early voting began
Monday as Floridians began the process of
picking a Republican nominee for gover-
nor, a Democratic nominee for Senate,
nominees from both parties for attorney
general and other races.
Polling sites around the state reported
low traffic, which meant quick in and out
time for voters. Candidates strongly
encouraged supporters to get out to the
polls early to get votes into ballot boxes in
case something comes up the Aug. 24 pri-
mary election day.
Attorney General Bill McCollum, who's
facing millionaire Rick Scott for the GOP
nomination for governor, spent the first
day of early voting flying around the state
with popular former Gov. Jeb Bush and
rallying Republicans. U.S. Rep. Kendrick
Meek held an early voting event in Miami,
where he cast a ballot before rallying peo-
ple at other events. He faces billionaire
Jeff Greene for the Democratic nomina-
tion for Senate.
The lead Democrat for governor, Alex
Sink, held a rally at the Florida
Democratic Party headquarters even
though she faces only nominal opposition.
The group of Democrats walked from the


U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek, D-Fla., passes out campaign yardsigns to supporters in
Monticello, Fla., early Friday after speaking at a town hall meeting in his race for
the U.S. Senate. Meek's "Real Dem Express" is on an 11 -day motor coach tour of
Florida, toward the Aug. 24 Democratic primary. - AP Photo/Tallahassee
Democrat, Bill Cotterell


office to an early voting station after
speeches from Sink, Party Chair Karen
Thurman and Scott Maddox, who is run-,
ning for attorney general.
"There have been occasions when some-
body has come up to me and said, 'You


know Karen, I just forgot to vote' or 'Gosh
Karen, my child was sick' or 'Gosh it was
raining outside' or 'Gosh you know I had
an extra problem at work' or whatever,"
Thurman said.
Julio Da Silva,,52, was pleased with the


early voting in Pembroke Pines, where
there were only three or four other voters
casting ballots along with him.
"It was very smooth. It took me less than
three minutes to vote," Da Silva said,
adding that he voted for McCollum in the
Republican primary.
"I didn't support Scott's commercials. I
thought they were very negative and there
was a little bit of hysteria over immigra-
tion," Da Silva said.
Rick Minor, 42, voted for himself on the
first day. He's a candidate for Florida
House vs. Rep. Michelle Rehwinkel
Vasilinda, D-Tallahassee. But he also
voted for Meek.
"He's got the experience as a congress-
man. I think he actually represents the
Democratic values and principles that we
want as our next U.S. senator," Minor said.
Voters were also casting voters in the
attorney general primaries. Tampa area
prosecutor Pam Bondi, Lt. Gov. Jeff
Kottkamp and former state Rep. Holly
Benson are seeking the GOP nomination
while Sens. Dave Aronberg and Dan
Gelber are seeking the Democratic nomi-
nation.
Early voting also caused .a buzz on
Twitter where candidates encouraged fol-
lowers to vote and political junkies dis-
cussed their thoughts on the process.


New Fla. appellate courthouse called 'Taj Mahal'


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

TALLAHASSEE - A new $48
million state courthouse, derided
by some as a Taj Mahal, is nearly
complete while most Florida courts
are facing budget cuts.
The St. Petersburg Times report-
ed Monday'that each of 1st District
Court of Appeals' 15 judges will
get a mahogany trimmed, 60-inch
flat screen television, private bath-
room with granite countertqps and
a kitchen in the 112,000-square-
foot structure.
Replete with a dome, rotunda
and columns similar to Michigan's
Supreme Court building, it's
expected to be finished in
November. The building is in
Tallahassee's Southwood area
about four miles southeast of the
Capitol complex that includes the
old courthouse.
When then-Supreme Court Chief


Justice Fred Lewis found out about
a "behind-the-scenes" deal to build
the facility in 2007 he tried and
failed to get Gov. Charlie Crist to
veto the appropriation. Crist says
he doesn't recall Lewis' request.
"I was snookered," Lewis told
the Times.
The plan included floating a
$33.5 million bond issue to finance
the project, giving the old rent-free
courthouse to Florida State
University's law school and elimi-
nating office space that the state
courts administrator has there.
The state court system will pay
$1.7 million a year in rent to the
Florida Department of
Management Services, which owns
the new building, plus $287,000 to
rent new space for the court admin-
istrator's office.
That has some judges in other
courts who are facing budget cuts
questioning the project.


"We lost a rent-free building that
now belongs to FSU and we are
struck with $1.7 million in rent, and
now some legislators are saying we
don't need money because we've
got this Taj Mahal," said Chief
Judge Manuel Menendez Jr. of the
13th Judicial Circuit in Tampa.
First District Chief Judge Paul
Hawkes defended the,project, say-
ing it's "a nice-looking building at
a.bargain price. To quote one of our
judges, 'Ugly concrete costs the
same as attractive concrete.'"
The courthouse is costing more
than $425 a square foot compared
to $250 for most state buildings.
Hawkes said that's an unfair com-
parison because the courthouse has
much more public space than a typ-
ical state building.
Hawkes also denied there Was
anything secret about the deal. He
said Florida State's political influ-
ence led to giving the entire exist-


ing building to the law school. The
university's president then was for-
mer House Speaker T.K. Wetherell
and its board of trustees was head-
ed by former Attorney General Jim
Smith.
Lawmakers say Hawkes and
District Judge Brad Thomas lob-
bied them to approve the project
that Sen. Victor Crist, a Tampa
Republican not related to the gov-
ernor, had placed in the annual
budget.
Crist said he did so at the request
of then-Senate President Ken
Pruitt, but the Port St. Lucie
Republican denied playing any role
in the project.
An exchange of e-mail indicates
the Department of Management
Services opposed putting an expen-
sive dome over the main court-
room, but the judges wanted it so
the building would have "an impact
on the public."


Democrat fundraising support for Crist grows


BY MIKE SCHNEIDER
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

ORLANDO - The share of
Democratic supporters donating to
Charlie Crist's U.S. Senate campaign
has multiplied since the Florida gov-
ernor left the GOP in April to run as
an independent, according to an
analysis by The Associated Press.
Donors who had given to President
Obama's 2008 campaign made up
almost 10 percent of the individual
contributions to Crist's campaign in
the second quarter of this year, from
April through June. By comparison,
Obama donors made up only about
2.5 percent of individual contributions
to Crist when he was running for
Senate as a Republican, according to
the AP analysis.
The percentage of donations Crist
received from contributors to his 2006
Democratic gubernatorial rival, Jim
Davis, doubled. Through March as a
Republican, Crist received slightly
more than 3 percent of his donations
from Davis donors. In the second
quarter, about 7 percent of his dona-
tions came from Davis contributors.
If Crist wins the Senate seat in
November's election, Democrats like-
ly will try to persuade the independent'


to caucus with them. Sarasota attor-
ney David M. Shapiro, a registered
Democrat, wrote Crist's campaign
two checks for $2,400 each, the max-
imum allowed after Crist left the
GOP. Shapiro doesn't like Republican
candidate Marco Rubio, and he also
applauded Crist's decision to veto a
bill tying teacher's pay to test scores
and the governor's attempt to ban off-
shore drilling in state waters.
"That did it, when he left the GOP,
but a lot of the positions that he took
resonated with me," said Shapiro, 50,r
who contributed both to Obama and
Davis. "There are very few
Republicans I would have given to in
the past. I can't even remember the
last one."
Crist left the GOP after polls
showed him trailing Rubio. A poll
released last month showed Crist
slightly ahead of Rubio in a three-way
general election, matchup, with the
Democratic contenders U.S. Rep.
Kendrick Meek and billionaire busi-
nessman Jeff Greene trailing.
Meek spokesman Adam Sharon
said the jump in Democratic-donor
support didn't suggest a mass move-
ment toward Crist. Rubio's
spokesman Alex Burgos said some
Democrats' support for Crist is


"unique, but speaks to the larger issue
of Charlie Crist willing to do and say
anything to win votes and raise
money."
Even before he left the GOP, Crist
held appeal to some Democrats.
Lorna Gregory, 53, who runs a
managed health care company in
Tampa, wrote Crist two checks for
$2,400 after donating to Obama and
Davis in years past. She considered
Crist a moderate and was grateful that
during budget negotiations he had
preserved funding for anti-domestic
violence advocacy.
"I think he still has a tremendous
amount of credibility," said Gregory, a
registered Democrat. "I'm seeing a lot
of my colleagues and friends, who
typically vote Democratic, tipping
their hat toward him."
Crist raised $1.8 million in the sec-
ond quarter and has raised almost $12
million in the election cycle. Rubio
raised $4.5 million in the second quar-
ter, and has raised a total of $11.5 mil-
lion.
Meek raised more than $1 million
in the second quarter, and he has
raised a total of $7 million. Greene
has spent $5.9 million on his Senate
campaign, mostly from his own pock-
ets.


Hundreds mourn 4 killed in St. Pete crash


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

OVIEDO - Hundreds
of friends and family
members gathered to cele-
brate the lives of a central
Florida man and his three
adult sons who died in a
crash in St. Petersburg last
week. More than 1,600
people gathered at
University Carillon
United Methodist Church
near Oviedo Monday for
the funeral of 51-year-old


Roy McConnell Jr. and
his sons, 28-year-old Roy
III, 24-year-old Nathan
and 19-year-old Kelly.
Jim McConnell said his
brother and nephews were
all men of great character.
Police say, 21-year-old
Demetrius Dontae Jordan
sped through a red light
Aug. 1 and struck the car
carrying the four men.
Jordan faces multiple
charges, including four
counts of DUI


manslaughter. Jordan
admitted to police that he
had been drinking and
smoking marijuana


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As 39,000 spill claims dangle, BP defers to feds One dead,
two critical
BY BRIAN SKOLOFF AND ind
HOLBROOK MOHR in weekend
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS lIPr W
_______accident


ORANGE BEACH, Ala. -
Sheryl Lindsay's wedding planner
business is on the brink, crumbling
with each cancellation over con-
cerns about oil. Brides-to-be are
walking away from plans for
beachside vows, leaving Lindsay
waiting to see whether she'll be
part of BP's promise to make
whole everyone who's suffered
from its spill.
BP said Monday it had received
145,000 claims from residents and
business owners like Lindsay cit-
ing lost income because of the
massive spill in the Gulf of
Mexico, and had paid out $324
million without denying a single
claim.
That sounds pretty good, until
frustrated residents and officials
point out that 39,000 claims are in
limbo - some of them, including
Lindsay's, have been there for
months. Some that have been paid
are only partial payments, and
many of those people are still
fighting for more money.
"Therein lies the. problem,"
Mississippi Attorney General Jim
Hood said recently. "They don't
deny them. They just hold them
open forever."
Hood speculated that BP PLC
would rather wait for Kenneth
Feinberg, the federally appointed
administrator of the $20 billion
compensation fund BP established
at the behest of the White House,
to take over the claims process this
month. That way, if a claim is
denied, "he's the bad guy" instead
of BP, Hood said.
BP claims director Darryl Willis
said the company isn't deliberately
delaying. Rather, 26,000 pending
claims are still being evaluated and
thousands of others need more
documentation, the company said.
"Our intent is to continue paying
claims until this process is handed
over to Ken Feinberg," Willis said.
"There's no intent to slow this
thing down."
However, BP does defer "ques-
tionable" claims to Feinberg,
including "restaurants and tourist
claims from areas that haven't
been impacted by an oiled beach',"
company spokeswoman Pat
Wright said.


"We believe there are some
tough decisions out there that need
to be made on a variety of these
claims because many of these are
claims are not squarely within the
guidelines of the Oil Pollution
Act," she added.
The act was enacted in 1990
after the Exxon Valdez spill in
Alaska. Under the law, BP is
responsible for cleanup costs, but
the act caps the company's liability
for other economic damage, such
as lost wages, at $75 million.
BP officials said early on that the
company would not limit itself to
that cap. But the company is using
the guidelines for who should be
compensated.
Wright said BP decided to defer
some claims because Feinberg
"has said that he's going to look at
this, maybe, a bit differently than
we are looking at it." .
Feinberg, who oversaw payouts
for victims of the Sept. 11 attacks,
did not respond to e-mailed ques-
tions from The Associated Press.
He has said that claims without a


direct tie to the oiled water will
have a' harder time making it
through the process.
In Washington, the Justice
Department and BP announced
Monday that the company had
deposited the initial $3 billion into
the $20 billion fund.
Louisianians have been hardest
hit by the oil and have reaped the
most through BP's claims process,
getting 34,000 checks totaling
$139 million as of Monday,
according to BP. Alabama was
next with $75 million, Florida res-
idents took in $61 million,
Mississippians $26 million and
Texans had received $9 million
since the April 20 explosion of the
Deepwater Horizon rig killed 11,
and started a spill that lasted more
than three months.
BP said it has paid out $58 mil-
lion in just the first eight days of
August, in part by eliminating
some paperwork requirements for
business claims.
"I'll be the first to admit that this
process has not been perfect,"


Willis said. "We're going to con-
tinue to look for ways to get this
money out and do it more efficient-
ly."
Who is eligible and how much
compensation they deserve are
open questions.
Lindsay said she was pointedly
told by a claims adjuster that she
wouldn't get money from BP to
keep afloat the beach wedding
business she owns with her sister,
which she said was on pace to
make $500,000 this year until the
spill.
"Last week we were told they
were not paying wedding plan-
ners," she said with a huff of frus-
tration. "We're having to close our
offices. We're hiot closing the busi-
ness - yet - but we've just got to
get out from under the rent. We
can't afford it anymore."
Orange Bedch Weddings has had
30 cancellations, owes on loans to
the bank and must refund deposits
while hoping for new' clients.
"The phones just don't ring any-
more," Lindsay said.


Wedding planner Sheryl Lindsay of Orange Beach Weddings, flips through a wedding album while talk-
ing about the impact of the Gulf oil spill on her business, in Orange Beach, Ala. Lindsay's wedding busi-
ness is on the brink, crumbling with each cancellation over concerns about oil. - AP Photo/Michelle
Rolls-Thomas


Chapel, Gino Mayo offi-
ciating. Burial will follow in
Riverside Cemetery, James
& Sikes Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Thurs-
day, Aug. 12, at James &
Sikes Maddox Chapel.


BY LINDSEY TANNER
AP MEDICAL WRITER

CHICAGO - Fido's
food may be making kids
sick, a government report
warns, detailing the first
known salmonella out-
break in humans, mostly
young children, linked to
pet food.
The outbreak sickened
79 people in 21 mostly
eastern states, between
2006 and 2008. Almost
half of the victims were
children aged 2 and
younger.
Dry pet foods are an
under-recognized source
of salmonella infections in
humans, and it's likely
other illnesses since then
were unknowingly caused
by tainted pet food, said
Casey Barton Behravesh,
the report's lead author
and a researcher at the
federal Centers for
Disease Control and
Prevention.
At least six unrelated
pet food recalls have been
issued this year by manu-
facturers because of possi-
ble salmonella contamina-
tion, Food and Drug
Administration data show.
FDA spokesman Ira Allen
said there have been no


reported salmonella ill-
nesses linked to pet food
since the 2006-08 out-
break.
A report about the out-
break was published
online Monday by the
medical journal
Pediatrics.
There have been no
known cases of human
salmonella linked with
wet pet food.
The outbreak was
blamed on salmonella
bacteria found in several
brands of dry dog and cat
food produced at a Mars
Petcare -US plant in
Everson, Pa., including
Pedigree and Special
Kitty.
While young children
were most often affected,
there's no evidence that
they got sick by eating pet
food, Behravesh said.
They probably became
infected by touching
affected animals or dirty
pet food dishes, and then
putting their hands in their
mouths, she said.
Symptoms included
bloody diarrhea and fever.
At least 11 people were
hospitalized; none died.
There were no reports
of sick animals but inves-
tigators found salmonella


bacteria in stool samples
from pets without symp-
toms who ate tainted food.
The company recalled
pet food made at the plant
and permanently shuttered
the plant in 2008 after an
investigation failed to
identify how the contami-
nation occurred. Mars
subsequently improved
training and testing prac-
tices at its 17 U.S. plants,
said company regulatory
director Jill Franks.
Heating during pet food
manufacturing generally
kills salmonella germs.
Behravesh said contami-
nation may have occurred
during a later process
when food pellets were
sprayed* with flavor
enhancers.
Duane Ekedahl, presi-
dent of the Pet Food
Institute, a manufacturers'
trade group, said the pub-
lic should not .be unduly
worried about pet food as
a source of salmonella.
"Companies are very
vigilant and in rare occa-
.sions when it occurs,
products are pulled off the
market," he said.
The study authors
advise pediatricians to ask
about contact with pets at
doctor visits and when


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a.m. when Underhill and Jones. started
making comments about the victim's
companion, according to Major Donnie
Branch of the Jackson County Sheriff's
Office.
In an effort to avoid trouble, the victim
and the woman paid for their food and
tried to leave, but Underhill and Jones fol-
lowed them out, Branch said.
The men both allegedly struck the vic-
tim several times. Underhill also allegedly
picked up a "nut-dispensing machine" and
hit Oswald with it.


The victim suffered a bloody nose, as
well as scrapes and bruises to the head and
lower back, according to the complaint
filed against Underhill and Jones. The vic-
tim's shirt was also torn.
The attackers also left without paying
for their meals, which came to $32.24
combined.
After the incident, Underhill and Jones
were located at the American Best Value
Inn and positively identified by the victim
and his companion. The two were charged
and taken to the county jail.


evaluating infectious dis-
ease symptoms.
To reduce infection risks
at home, they also recom-
mend:
-washing hands after
contact with pets, pet food
and pet bowls.
-routinely cleaning pet
food bowls and feeding
areas.
-keeping children
younger than age 5 away
from pet food and feeding


areas.
-cleaning pets' food
and water dishes in a sepa-
rate sink or tub, not in the
kitchen or bathtub.
-avoiding bathing
infants in the kitchen sink.

Online:
Pediatrics:
http://www.pediatrics.org
CDC:
http://www.cdc.gov/salmo-
nella


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almost striking another north on Old U.S. Road.
vehicle, according to the The officer continued
release. chasing the Caravan until it
.The officer activated his turned east on Watson
emergency lights in an Street and into a driveway,
effort to pull Sanchez over, where Sanchez then got out
but the gray Dodge Caravan of the vehicle. He was
sped away. The officer arrested without further
turned on his siren and pur- incident and taken to the
sued the vehicle eastbound Jackson County jail for
on U.S. 90 until it turned booking.


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the rear of the Dollar Store Police Department at 526-
with the merchandise, pos- 3125.
sibly leaving the area in a Callers can remain
vehicle." anonymous, and a cash
Anyone with information reward is available for
in the case is asked to call information that leads to
Crime Stoppers at 526- any arrests in regard to'this
5000 or the Marianna crime.


W gardens Continued From Page 1A


Department of Corrections
at its maximum security
facility in Reidsville, Ga.
He joined CCA's Wheeler
Correctional Facility in
Alamo, Ga., in 1999 as
assistant shift supervisor
and was gradually.promoted
to roles of increasing leader-
ship in his 11 years there,
including shift supervisor,


Biker


When the biker got to exit 136,
he left the interstate and went
south on County Road 276
(Kynesville Road) and accelerated
to speeds well over 100 mph, the
trooper wrote.
The reporting trooper was able
to get within a mile of the motor-
cycle, and reported that he was
able to "pace clock" the bike in
excess of 130 miles an hour in a 55
mph zone.
The biker went through the
Kynesville community at well over
Ir 120 mph, the trooper reported.
Risner passed two vehicles on a


double yellow, no-pass, line with-
out slowing, one of which was on
the crest of a hill, the trooper stat-
ed.
As the motorcycle reached the
intersection of CR 276 and U.S.
Highway 231, the driver slowed,
but failed to stop for the stop sign,
according to the report.
He went through the sign,
entered the grass median and start-
ed heading south on U.S. 231. The
biker looked back at the trooper
during the pursuit down U.S. 231,
the reporting officer said. After
going through Alford, the biker


accelerated again and got about
two miles ahead of the pursuing
trooper, according to the report.
The officer was able to see the
biker pull from the west shoulder
back onto U.S. 231 as he caught
up, and the two continued south-
bound at a high rate of speed.
As they entered the curve on
U.S. 231 just north of Compass
Lake Drive, Risner lost control of
the motorcycle and struck the con-
crete wall of the bridge.
The motorcycle continued
southbound, crossing both lanes of
U.S. 231, where it came to rest on
T


unit manager, programs
manager, chief of security,
chief of unit management
and, finally, assistant war-
den at Gadsden Correctional
Facility in Quincy.
Gillis has also earned a
range of honors during his
military and professional
career, according to the
release.


Continued From Page 1A


the shoulder of the road.
The biker was ordered onto the
ground and placed under, arrest.
. Emergency workers were called to
treat the biker, who was then taken
to Jackson Hospital, for further
treatment, and then to jail. The
pursuit stretched more than 24
miles, almost to the Bay County
line.
Officers reported that Risner's
Florida license was revoked due to
his habitual offender status, and
that an outstanding warrant for his
arrest had been issued out of Polk
County.


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STAFF REPORT
A Bonifay woman died and'
her Caryville passenger was
critically injured in a Sunday
morning accident in
Washington County.
According to a press release
from the Florida Highway
Patrol, driver April Nicole
Lee, 30, was pronounced dead
at the scene on State Road 79.
Her passenger, Denise Marie
Harmon, 46, was listed with
critical injuries.
According to the release,
the Ford Expedition driven by
Lee was southbound when it
was. struck by a northbound
Grand Cherokee Jeep that had
drifted over the center line.
After impact,, the
Expedition rolled and came to
rest on its right side. The Jeep
stopped in the northbound
lane facing south. The name of
the person driving the Jeep
had not been released as of
Monday morning, pending
notification of next of kin. The
Jeep's driver was listed as hav-
ing critical injuries.

Elderly driver
dies after
accident

STAFF REPORT

An elderly Holmes County
resident was discovered dead
around 8:30 a.m. Saturday
morning near his crashed vehi-
cle, hours after he left home to
seek medical treatment for an
ailment. A press release from
the Florida Highway Patrol
did not indicate whether 73-
year-old Jimmy Skarote died
of injuries in the accident, or
whether his death was of a
medical nature.
According to the release,
Skarote told his wife he wasn't
feeling well and said he was
going to the hospital in
DeFuniak Springs. He left his
home in Ponce de Leon
around 1:15 a.m. and initially
traveled north on State Road
81, but turned around and
headed back south.
As he passed Ammon Road
just north of Ponce de Leon,
he drifted onto the shoulder
and steered back onto the
roadway, but over-corrected
and steered back to the right.
The Buick Rendezvous he was
driving entered-the woods and
struck several trees.
The vehicle came to a stop
and Skarote got out, checked
in his pockets for something,
opened the left rear door, put
the seats back and lay down.
He was discovered at 8:34
a.m. A paramedic pronounced
him dead at the scene.



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4278 Lafayette St.
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Gene Spooner

Mrs. Gene Spooner, 83,
of Marianna died Sunday,
Aug. 8,2010, in Marianna.
A native of Greenville,
Miss., she moved to Ma-
rianna in 1954. Gene re-
tired from the state of Flor-
ida food stamp office. She
was a member of the Bap-
tist church.
She was preceded in
death by her husbands,
John Burell and Lowell
Spooner.
Survivors include one
daughter, Brenda Burell
Morgan of Two Egg; two
stepdaughters, Gwin Hes-
ter of Grand Bay, Ala., and
Revalyn Showah of
Pascagoula, Miss.; one
stepson, Harry Spooner of
McCayszille, Ga.; one
brother, Bob Reed of Ma-
rianna; two sisters, Sue
Conrad of Webb, Ala., and
Elaine Cortozzi of La Place,
La.; six grandchildren, in-
cluding Matt and Chris
Bishop, and Marcy
Dorman; four great-
grandchildren; and numer-
ous nieces and nephews.
A special thank-you is ex-
tended to Emerald Coast
Hospice and nurse Stepha-
nie.
The funeral service will
be 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13,
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Escaped killer caught, says he's relieved


BY JONATHAN J. COOPER AND
MATT VOLZ
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL
PARK, Wyo. - An escaped killer
with a handgun and, a hitchhiking
sign expressed relief at his capture
on Monday after 10 days on the
run, while authorities searched to
the north of this tourist-packed
park for a second fugitive and his
female accomplice, a self-styled
"Bonnie and Clyde."
Tracy Province, 42, was caught
as he walked in sleepy Meeteetse,
Wyo., steps from a church where
he sat in the pews a day earlier and
sang "Your Grace Is Enough."
The search for inmate .John
McCluskey, 45, and Casslyn
Welch, 44, focused for a time on
sprawling Yellowstone National
Park, which straddles Wyoming
and Montana. But authorities now
believe the two fled the park with
agents following leads in
Montana.
"They consider themselves as
Bonnie and Clyde," U.S. Marshal
David Gonzales said at a news
conference in Phoenix. "This is
very, very serious business."
Province, McCluskey and
Daniel Renwick escaped from a
private, medium-security Arizona
State Prison near Kingman on July
30 after authorities say Welch
threw wire cutters over the perime-
ter fence. Welch is McCluskey's


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In this photo provided by the Hot Springs County Sheriff's
Department, Convicted killer Tracy Province is shown on Monday in
in Thermopolis, Wyo. Province told authorities he was relieved that
the manhunt was over for him when he was arrested around 6:20
a.m. in Meeteetse, Wyo., about 60 miles outside of Yellowstone
National Park, said David Gonzales, the U.S. Marshal for Arizona,
- AP Photo/Hot Springs County Sheriff's Department


fiancee and cousin. Renwick, who
turns 37 on Tuesday, was captured
in Colorado. Efforts to find the
remaining three intensified after
they were linked to'a double homi-
cide in New Mexico, with the case


airing Saturday on "America's
Most Wanted."
On Sunday, Province walked
into Meeteetse Community
Church, about 60 miles outside of
Yellowstone, wearing blue jeans, a


blue checkered flannel shirt, and a
camouflage backpack slung over
one shoulder, worshipper Jay
Curtis said. Province looked like
the many hitchhikers who pass
, through town.
"Just shook his hand and said
'Welcome, welcome to our
church,'" said Curtis, a member of
the church band. "He just smiled
and said: 'Thank you.'"
Province closed his eyes and
sang along with the band and
seemed particularly engrossed
when the band played "Your Grace
is Enough" by Chris Tomlin,
Curtis said.
After the service, Province
,walked across the street and sat
down on the curb with his. back-
pack, looking like a. hitchhiker.
Curtis said the church pastor then
paid Province to mow and trim the
church lawn. Province got $40 and
a jacket, authorities said. I
The town came alive Sunday
night with word drifting around
that the stranger at the church was
a fugitive, he said. "It definitely
made my wife and I and our chil-
dren very nervous to think that was
a convicted murderer in our town,"
Curtis said.
"We're just not used to that,"
Curtis said. "Little bitty Meeteetse,
Wyo., we just don't-- they roll the
sidewalks up around here at 8:30
at night."
A woman who had chatted
briefly with Province on the steps


Russia, L
BY DAN ELLIOTT
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

OVER THE PACIFIC
OCEAN - In a historic
first for Cold War adver-
saries, U.S., Canadian and
Russian military officers
directed fighter jets and
ground controllers- to test
how well they could track
an international terrorist
hijacking over the Pacific
Ocean.
A chartered American
jet code-named Fencing
1220 sent a mock distress
signal shortly after taking
off from Anchorage,
Alaska, on Sunday, trig-
gering a pursuit by at least
seven fighters and a flurry
of radio and telephone
calls between military and
civilian officials on both
sides of the Pacific.
The Associated Press
had exclusive access to
Fencing 1220, a plush
executive-style
Gulfstream whose passen-
gers included a Russian
Air Force colonel and a
senior commander of the
North American
Aerospace Defense
Command, the joint U.S.-
Canadian command that
patrols the skies over
North America.
Their goal: To ensure
that two militaries still
distrustful of each other
can work effectively tack-
ling a terror threat that
worries both nations.
One question that arose
Sunday was just how
much information they
need - from the ground,
from the fighters, from the
hijacked pilots and from
the terrorists - and
whether fewer, simpler
messages might be better
than the flood of commu-
nication the exercise gen-
erated.
Canadian Forces Col.
Todd Balfe, the deputy
commander of NORAD's
Alaska region, acknowl-
edged it may seem "incon-
gruous" that the exercise
was taking place amid ten-
sion between his country
and Russia over recent
Russian bomber flights
probing the northern
boundaries of Canadian
airspace. But with al-
Qaida at the front of North
American minds and
Russia dealing with
threats from Chechen
rebels, terrorism tran-
scends national bound-
aries, and exercises like
this could lay the founda-
tion for cooperating on
other issues as well, Balfe
said.
"So we'll start out with
this mission, and if that
leads into other missions,
for example, probing of
air spaces, well, that
would be a great thing as
well," he said.
Even veteran officers
aboard the Gulfstream'
were struck by the
unprecedented coopera-
tion the exercise required
and the breathtaking sight
of fighter jets so near that
the pilots' helmets were
clearly silhouetted against
the bright blue sky.
"I'm kind of in awe,"
said U.S. Army Maj.


.S.


chase jet in hijack dril


Michael Humphreys, the
senior American officer
on Fencing 1220 and a
spokesman for NORAD.
"It was a remarkably well-
planned and well-executed
exercise."
It is only half over. The
plane will fly back to
Alaska later this week,
again pursued by fighter
jets and tracked by con-
trollers on the ground and
in the air.
Russian Air Force Col.
Alexander Vasiliev said he
knew the day-would come
when the former Cold War
enemies would work in
concert, but "he never
thought it would be him
sitting on the aircraft," his
translator said. Vasiliev
declined to be quoted
directly, saying he would
leave that to a Russian
spokesman at a news con-
ference planned later in
the week.
The intricate exercise
began about 10 minutes
after the Gulfstream took
off from Alaska. Its civil-
ian pilots sent an agreed-
upon digital distress code,
5475, to civilian air traffic
controllers in the U.S. to
signal that the plane had
been "hijacked."
Ben Rhodes, one of the
pilots, followed up with a
voice radio call: "Fencing
1220 squawking 5475 for
the exercise."
NORAD then dis-
patched two F-22s and an
E-3 Sentry - an airborne
surveillance and command
post - to shadow the
plane.
The'Gulfstream was still
over Alaska at about
38,000 feet (11,500
meters) when the angular,
silver F-22s drew along-
side, about 10 minutes


after the hijack signal.
They edged to within 500
feet (150 meters) and after
about 30 minutes, they
turned back to refuel and
didn't return.
On the ground and in
the air, commanders at
NORAD headquarters at
Peterson Air Force Base,
Colo., and civilian avia-
tion officials in Alaska
were communicating with
their Russian counter-
parts. About two hours
after the F-22s fell back,
while the Gulfstream was
over the Pacific, NORAD
officers aboard the E-3
Sentry radioed their coun-
terparts on a Russian sur-
veillance and command
post plane that Fencing
1220 was theirs to follow.
Two Russian Su-27
fighters painted pale blue
and white soon pulled up
from behind the
Gulfstream and hovered
off its right side, red stars
clearly visible on their
wings and twin tails. They
shadowed the Gulfstream
for about 90 minutes
before banking sharply to
the left and peeling away.
Three other Russian
fighters, a MiG-31 and
two Su-27s, later shad-
owed the Gulfstream dur-
ing the 7V2-hour flight. All
the fighters were unarmed,
a condition of the exer-
cise.
The scene aboard
Fencing 1220 was a dra-
matic contrast to the omi-
nous threats and bluster'
that marked U.S.-Soviet
relations for most of the
last half of the 20th centu-
ry. One of the lowest
points came in 1983, when
the Soviet air force shot
down a Korean Air Lines
jumbo jet, killing 269 peo-


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ple. The jet had strayed far
off course near the
USSR's Pacific coast and
was brought down near
Sakhalin Island, well
south of the route Fencing
1220 took.
Aboard the Gulfstream,
Balfe and Vasiliev chatted
amiably about the planes
they flew and their fami-
lies. The radio sometimes
carried the voices of
Russian officers speaking
heavily accented English,
asking questions or deliv-
ering route instructions.
"To see those Russian
fighters pull up right on
time, to hear the Russians
(talking on the radio), it's
just incredible," the U.S.
Army's Humphreys said.


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of the church on Sunday called
police after recognizing him later
on television, Gonzales said.
When marshals and other law
enforcement officers arrested him,
he initially denied being the fugi-
tive, Gonzales said. He was carry-
ing a 9 mm handgun and the sign
that said "Casper," a city about 160
miles to the southeast, authorities
said. Province was in the Park
County jail and scheduled for an
extradition hearing Tuesday morn-
ing, authorities said.
Gonzales said a $40,000 reward
was set for McCluskey and
Welch's capture.
"Rest assured, we are going to
be on McCluskey like a cheap
suit," Gonzales said. "We are not
going to pull this thing down."
The Arizona Attorney General's
Office on Monday charged two
women, including McCluskey's
mother, with helping the inmates
after they escaped.
Province was serving a life sen-
tence for murder and robbery out
of Pima County, Ariz. McCluskey
was serving a 15-year prison term
for.attempted second-degree mur-
der, aggravated assault and dis-
charge of a firearm out of
Maricopa County, Ariz.
Forensic evidence linked the
two inmates and Welch to the
killings of an Oklahoma couple.
New Mexico State Police
spokesman Peter Olson declined
to elaborate.


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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
One of the most difficult tasks
in any sport is to repeat a champi-
onship from the previous year.
The Liberty County Diamond
Dawgs did exactly that, by
defending their 2009 champi-
onship of the Big Bend Baseball
League of Florida for the 2010
season.
It took the full three games of
the championship series to take
the title from the Washington
County Bruins. The Bruins won
the first game of the series
Saturday in Chipley 10-7, behind
the pitching of Colin Lugwig,
Hunter Park, and Zack Jadofsky.
.ark got the win and Jadofsky got
the save.
However, it was quite a differ-
ent story Sunday in Bristol, as the
Diamond Dawgs took both games
12-2 and 11-6, to claim the title
as the Big Bend Baseball League
champions for the second year in
a row.
Hitting by the Diamond Dawgs
did the trick, as Travis Anderson
and Robbie Fleck contributed a
grand slam each on the day.
Likewise, behind the pitching of
Rankin Miles in the first game,
and Darringer Edwards with
reliever Tim Davis in the second
game, the Bruins were forced to
settle for runner-up for the 2010
season.
It was a total and balanced
team effort by David Black's
Diamond Dawgs that led to the
victories, with excellent hitting,
pitching, and good defense.
The MVP awards for the
League as voted on by all man-
agers of the eight teams within
the League went to Mel Stocker,
center fielder from the Bay
County Brewers in the Western
Division. Ben Faurot, shortstop
for the Calhoun Horsemen, won
the Eastern Division MVP.
Trophy awards also went to the
Destin Dawgs for the best win-
ning regular season record in the
Western Division, and to the
Liberty County Diamond Dawgs
for the best regular season record
in the'Eastern Division.
Prior to the games on Sunday
the wife and family of the late
Mitchell Larkin, who served as
Assistant Commissioner of the
Big Bend Baseball League of
Florida until his recent death,
were presented a plaque in
remembrance of his devoted and
dedicated service to the league.

Phillips

hoping to

keep it going
BY WILL GRAVES
AP SPORTS-.WRITER
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Sleep
doesn't come easy to Joker
?hillips. Never has.
Five hours a night and he's
;ood. Six and the Kentucky
coach finds he can barely hold his
head up in the afternoon.
Considering the challenge
Phillips faces in his first year on
the job, getting too much sleep
won't be a problem.
A jumbled quarterback situa-
tion. A rebuilt offensive line. A
defense that will be patchwork in
places. An insomnia-inducing
schedule. Oh, and expectations.
"This year is critical," he said.
"For us, if we can get to a bowl
game and build on this thing this
year, I think we'll be really good
for a long time."


TUESDAY


Dolphins like looks of their rooks


BY STEVEN WINE
AP SPORTS WRITER
DAVIE - Miami Dolphins
rookie defensive end Jared Odrick
sings. He picks up trash. He even
holds his own in practice against
Pro Bowl tackle Jake Long.
Is there anything the Dolphins'
first-round draft pick can't do?
"If he's lobbying to get a hand-
off, it isn't going to happen,"
coach Tony Sparano said with a
laugh.
The Dolphins have yet to begin
their exhibition schedule, much
less the regular season, but so far
they like the looks of their top
rookies. Odrick and second-
round pick Koa Misi at outside
linebacker are part of a revamped
defense that will be younger -
and, the Dolphins hope, better as
well.
Miami ranked 22nd last year in
yards allowed and gave up a fran-
chise-record 140 points in the
fourth quarter, most in the NFL.
In response, the Bill Parcells
regime hired as defensive coordi-
nator Mike Nolan, made inside
linebacker Karlos Dansby the top
free-agent acquisition and devot-
ed seven of Miami's eight draft
picks to defense.
Odrick became the first front-
seven defender taken with a first-
round pick by the Dolphins since
1996. He and Misi were promot-
ed to the starting unit before the
beginning of training camp, and
they helped the defense dominate
the first scrimmage Saturday.
"They're high-energy guys,"
Sparano 'said following Monday
morning's workout. "They're


In this file photo, Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Mike Nolan runs linebacker Koa Misi, left,
and defensive end Jared Odrick through drills during NFL football training camp in Davie. The
Dolphins have.yet to begin their exhibition schedule, much less the regular season, but so far they like
the looks of their top rookies. Odrick and second-round pick Misi at outside linebacker are part of a
revamped defense that will be younger, and, the Dolphins hope, better as well. -AP Photo/Wilfredo
Lee, File


smart, physical players. Those
guys have created a little bit of
chaos out there at times. I would
imagine that would carry over
into some game situations."
The 2009, Big Ten defensive
player of the year at Penn State,


Odrick (pronounced Ah'-drick)
is lining up at right end and trying
to mesh with his teammates, both
on and off the field. As part of
rookie hazing, his assignments
have included taking care of vet-
eran Channing Crowder's trash


after team meals, and singing the
John Legend song "Ordinary
People."
"I've got a little bit of a voice,"
Odrick said.

See DOLPHINS, Page 2B >


ATHENS, Ga. - Georgia has a new start-
ing quarterback and a new defense.
Those may be good reasons to embrace an
old offensive philosophy.
Redshirt freshman quarterback Aaron
Murra has never taken a snap in a game. No
other current quarterback had taken a snap in
a practice before this summer.
On defense, the Bulldogs have scrapped
their four-man front for a new 3-4 scheme
under new defensive coordinator, Todd
Grantham.
That combination means Georgia will have
to play some old-school football to win in the
demanding Southeastern Conference.
"We must run the-ball well this year," said
coach Mark Richt.
A strong running game was the constant for
Georgia in Vince Dooley's quarter-cehtury as
coach from 1964-88. Dooley won six SEC
championships and the 1980 national title by
keeping the ball on the ground with such
backs as Herschel Walker, Rodney Hampton,
Willie McClendon and Lars Tate.,
Richt prefers a run-pass balance to a run-
dominated attack, and junior receiver A.J.
Green is the team's biggest star. Even so,
there is good reason for the Bulldogs to run
ball and take pressure off Murray and the
defense.
Murray will be surrounded by 10 returning
starters on offense, including three seniors
and two juniors on the offensive line.
Washaun Ealey and Caleb King are consid-
ered co-starters at tailback after sharing the
carries the second half of last season. Senior
fullback Shaun Chapas is a reliable blocker.
"I'd be very disappointed if we don't run
the ball well, and if we do run the ball well
it'll take pressure off Aaron or whoever is at
quarterback," Richt said.
Georgia finished its 8-5 2009 season with
an upset win at Georgia Tech before beating
Texas A&M in the Independence Bowl. The
encouraging finish was not enough to make
up for a disappointing season filled with too
many defensive lapses.
Richt fired defensive coordinator Willie
Martinez and two other defensive assistants
before the bowl game. Grantham was hired
from the Dallas Cowboys staff.
Grantham has placed a fourth linebacker on
the field. He also" has added a new attack
mentality to the unit.
"It',s going to allow me to put more pres-


University of Georgia starting quarterback Aaron Murray throws a pass on the first day
of football practice in Athens on Monday. Head coach Mark Richt isn't afraid of starting
a freshman quarterback. Having only freshmen at the position is a different matter. Richt
acknowledged it is "scary" to have only four freshmen quarterbacks, including new starter
Aaron Murray, in team meetings. "The quarterback room has got to be the youngest room
maybe in the history of college football," Richt said Monday, before Georgia's first prac-
tice. -AP Photo/Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Curtis Compton


sure," said Justin Houston, who has moved
from defensive end to outside linebacker.
Houston led Georgia with 7.5 sacks as a
sophomore last season. He expects even big-
ger numbers in the new scheme.
"In that other system I had to read and I
couldn't always attack," Houston said. "In
this system I'm attacking a lot more.
"It feels great knowing I basically have just
one assignment, to attack. It's a lot of pres-
sure off me. It's just one thing I've got to do.
You can just focus on that one thing. If we do
what coach Grantham tells us to do and we
practice hard, we can make some great things
happen."
Richt said he can understand fans' interest
and excitement to see the new defense. He
said that "extra little energy or whatever, that


anticipation of something you're not sure of,"
has spread through the team.
"We're all intrigued by it," Richt said. "Our
fans want to see it. I want to see it. Coach
Grantham and our defensive staff and players,
our offensive players, everybody is interested
to see what it looks like."
Georgia lost two juniors - linebacker
Rennie Curran and safety Reshad Jones -
and its top three defensive tackles from last
season.
Junior DeAngelo Tyson is expected to start
at nose tackle. Inside linebacker Akeem Dent
could return for the Sept. 4 opener against
Louisiana-Lafayette after having toe surgery
in late July.


See GEORGIA, Page 2B >


Swan song: 2010 season is last year for 11-team Big Ten


BY RUSTY MILLER
AP SPORTS WRITER


It's the end of the Big Ten as we know


With Nebraska joining in 2011 - not to
mention the possibility of others also
climbing aboard the expansion train - the
Big Misnomer puts its 11-team alignment
on the field for one final time this fall.
Next season the conference will go to a
divisional setup and begin playing a con-
ference championship extravaganza.
It's enough to bring pause to many long-
time Big Ten lovers.
"It's truly an end of an era," said Ohio
State coach Jim Tressel. "A new era will
begin in '11."
The final go-round won't lack for sub-


plots: Can Tressel's Buckeyes match the
record of six straight Big Ten titles? Will
Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez ever get
things turned around inside the refur-
bished Big House? Does anybody know
how to block man-eaters Adrian Clayborn
at Iowa or Greg Jones of Michigan State?
And how many victories (currently 394)
will Penn State coach Joe Paterno have
when he turns a sprightly 84 on Dec. 21?
Iowa is expected to challenge the
Buckeyes for the conference crown again,
along with Penn State and Wisconsin.
A look at the league in projected order
of finish:
OHIO STATE - Key players: QB
Terrelle Pryor, DE Cameron Heyward, LB
Ross Homan, WR DeVier Posey, OG
Justin Boren. Returning starters: 9 offense,


5 defense.
Notes: Buckeyes can match Big Ten
record (Ohio State, 1972-77) with sixth
straight league title. ... Tressel enters 11lth
season in Columbus at 94-21 (.817) over-
all and 59-13 (.819) in Big Ten games. ...
He's second only to Michigan's Bo
Schembechler (.850 from 1969-89) in Big
Ten winning percentage among coaches
with at least a decade on job. ... Pryor had
arthroscopic surgery on his left knee in
February, says he is healthy and ready to
go. ... Buckeyes host Miami Hurricanes on
Sept. 11.
IOWA - Key players: QB Ricky
Stanzi. WR Dcrrell Johnson-Koulianos,
DE Adrian Clayborn, SS Tyler Sash.
Returning starters: 7 offense, 8 defense.
Notes: Sophomore RBs Jewel Hampton,


Brandon Wegher and Adam Robinson bat-
tle for time. Coach Kirk Ferentz likely
won't name a starter until the week lead-
ing up to Sept. 4 opener against Eastern
Illinois, though Hampton is suspended for
that game. ... Clayborn, who spurned the
NFL draft for one more season, leads s one
of the nation's best D-lines. ... Wisconsin,
Ohio State, Penn State and Michigan State
come to Iowa City.
WISCONSIN - Key players: RB John
Clay, QB Scott Tolzien, LT Gabe Carimi,
LB Chris Borland. Returning starters: 10
offense, 6 defense.
Notes: Clay was Big Ten offensive play-
er of year and Borland was league's top
freshman. ... Wisconsin went 10-0 when


See BIG TEN, Page 2B >


SPORTS 1


Richt wants running game to lead Dogs
BY CHARLES ODUM
AP SPORTS WRITER








SPORTS wwwJCFLORIDAN.com


Bia Ten


Continued From Page 1B


Sneads Volleyball
Sneads High School will
have volleyball tryouts
until Wednesday, 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, contact
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.

Marianna QB Club
The Marianna
Quarterback Club is hav-
ing a membership drive
for the upcoming school
year.
The Club, which funds
the Marianna High
School football program,
is selling Century Club
seats at $150 per set.
That allows for two
tickets to all home varsi-
ty and junior varsity foot-
ball games, as well as an
invitation to tailgate
under the Bulldog Barn
in the South Endzone
before varsity games.
Those interested can
contact Club treasurer
Rex Torbett at 573-0247,
or Bulldogs coach Steve
DeWitt at 482-9605.

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.


Georgia
Continued From Page 1B
The Bulldogs boast per-
haps the nation's top pair of
kickers. Drew Butler won
the 2009 Ray Guy Award as
the nation's best punter.
Blair Walsh was a Lou
Groza Award finalist after
making 20 of his 22 field-
goal attempts.
Georgia also has a strong
return game. Brandon
Boykin set the SEC record
last year with three kickoff
returns for touchdowns.
Murray will follow David
Greene, a four-year starter,
and Matthew Stafford, the
No. 1 pick in the 2009 NFL
draft, as the third freshman
to start at Georgia.
"Those two guys definite-
ly did a tremendous job at
quarterback here at
Georgia," Murray said. "My
goal is just to go out there
and be me. I can't be David
Greene. I can't be Stafford.
I can only be Aaron Murray.
I can take a couple of point-
ers from David and from
Stafford and hopefully
implement them into my
game. I've just got to go out
there and be me and have
fun and get the ball to my
playmakers."
Murray, who sat out as a
redshirt last year, is joined
by true freshman Hutson
Mason and freshman walk-
ons Parker Welch and Greg
Bingham at quarterback.
Richt said the first week
of practice was "very, very
good."


rushing for at least 150 yards ...
Tolzien threw for 2,705 yards ...
Badgers still young bunch with
only 13 seniors on roster.
MICHIGAN STATE - Key
players: LB Greg Jones, QB Kirk
Cousins, WR/KR Keshawn
Martin, DT Jerel Worthy.
Returning starters: 7 offense, 6
defense.
Notes: Jones was only Big Ten
player named a first-team AP All-
American last season, ranking
third in the nation in tackles per
game. ... Spartans have made it to
three straight bowl games under
coach Mark Dantonio. ... Keith
Nichol converting from QB to WR.
... Spartans might use some 3-4
defense to capitalize on surplus of
LBs.
PENN STATE - Key players:
RB Evan Royster, WR Derek
Moye, OL Stefen Wisniewski, DE
Jack Crawford. Returning starters:
6 offense, 5 defense.
Notes: JoePa begins his record
45th season looking for a new QB.
Sophs Kevin Newsome and Matt
McGloin are top candidates to
replace graduated Daryll Clark. ...
Royster needs 481 yards to break
Curt Warner's school rushing
record of 3,398. ... Chaz Powell,
former starting WR, moved to CB
for depth. ... Defense needs three
new LBs after Sean Lee, Navorro
Bowman and Josh Hull were taken
in NFL draft.
MICHIGAN - Key players:
QBs Tate Forcier and Denard
Robinson, WR Junior Hemingway,
LB Obi Ezeh, CB Troy Woolfolk.
Returning starters: 7 offense, 8
defense.
Notes: Rodriguez needs a good
season to keep his job after losing
school-record nine games in his
debut and flopping to 5-7 last sea-
son with only one Big Ten win. ...
Forcier was No. 1 QB as a fresh-
man last year, but might get beat
out by the speedy Robinson. ...
Playmakers desperately needed to
help a defense that has been awful
the past two years and lost DE
Brandon Graham and CB Donovan
Warren.
NORTHWESTERN - Key


players: QB Dan Persa, WR
Sidney Stewart, DT Corbin Bryant,
LB Quentin Davie. Returning
starters: 8 offense, 6 defense.
Notes: The Wildqats have big
holes to fill (DE Corey Wootton,
QB Mike Kafka, CB Sherrick
McManis) after an 8-5 season that
ended with a wild 38-35 overtime
loss to Auburn in Outback Bowl ...
Biggest question is at QB, where
Persa takes over after throwing for
224 yards as a sophomore. ... TE
Drake Dunsmore is one of more
versatile TEs in the Big Ten, with
47 catches for 523 yards.
ILLINOIS - Key players: QB
Nathan Scheelhaase, RB Mikel
LeShoure, LBs Ian Thomas and
Martez Wilson. Returning starters:
5 offense, 7 defense.
Notes: Scheelhaase steps in for
graduated Juice Williams and,
though he's never played a college
down, coaches already talking up
his leadership. ... Most of coach
Ron Zook's staff lost their jobs
after last season. New 0 coordina-
tor is Paul Petrino, brother of
Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino. ....
Petrino will add something not
seen much in Zook's five seasons:
the huddle. ... LB Wilson running
out of chances to live up to recruit-
ing hype after missing virtually all
of last season with injury.
PURDUE - Key players: QB
Robert Marve, RB Ralph Bolden,
WR Keith Smith, DE Ryan
Kerrigan. Returning starters: 6
offense, 6 defense.
Notes: Bolden tore ACL in right
knee and had surgery in May. His
status is uncertain. He ran for 935
yards last season. ... Former QB
Justin Siller, suspended last sea-
son, returns. He could see time at
every offensive skill position. ...
Smith caught 91 passes'for 1,100
yards in '.09. ... Kerrigan had 13
sacks last year.
MINNESOTA - Key players:
QB Adam Weber, RB DeLeon
Eskridge, WR/KR Troy
Stoudermire, S Kim Royston.
Returning starters: 9 offense, 2
defense.
Notes: Fifth-year senior Weber
plays for his fourth offensive coor-


dinator, Jeff Horton, after failing to
find a rhythm in '09 with a weak
running game and an unstable OL.
Weber won the job over MarQueis
Gray. ... Coach Tim Brewster
enters his fourth season with pres-
sure to get the Gophers over that 6-
6 hump. That may be difficult: 3 of
4 Big Ten home games are against
top-10 teams from '09. Plus, USC
pays TCF Bank Stadium a visit ....
Royston broke left leg in April and
is working way back.
INDIANA - Key players: DT
Larry Black Jr., QB Ben Chappell,


WR Tandon Doss, LB Tyler
Replogle. Returning starters: 6
offense, 4 defense.
Notes: Hoosiers switching from
4-3 D to 3-4.... Doss was second in
'Big Ten with 80.2 yards receiving
per game. ... Indiana will be wear-
ing new uniforms this season, the
most noticeable difference being
that the stripes will be on the
shoulder of the jersey instead of
the pants. ... Mitchell Evans, a WR
who lined up at QB in Hoosiers'
version of wildcat formation last
season, is moving to the secondary.


Dolphins Continued From Page 1B


Misi (pronounced Mee'-see) has
managed to fit in, too.
"I like Misi," Crowder said. "He
listens. He does whatever I say, so
that's a plus."
And that's not all.
"He's real physical," Crowder
said. "That's always good, when
you get a physical guy like that
who hasn't had concussions and
hasn't torn up his shoulders yet, so
he'll still run in there and knock
himself out."
Youthful zeal at outside line-
backer is a big change for the
Dolphins, who decided to let aging
Joey Porter and Jason Taylor
depart during the offseason.
Misi played mostly defensive
end as a three-year starter at Utah,
but the Dolphins drafted him as a
linebacker and quickly bulked him
up to 255 pounds, 10 more than he
weighed last year.
Even with the added weight,
Sparano said, Misi has become
faster. The Dolphins are optimistic
the rookie can become a formidable
force applying pressure on the flank.
"He has a unique ability not to,
stay blocked very long," Sparano
said. "He can get off blocks and
get out of trouble fast, which is
good news."
That's not to say Misi has mas-
tered his new position.
"I knew coming into this that I
was going to have to learn a lot,"
he said. "I've got a lot more learn."


Odrick said the same. He seeks
tips from coaches, defensive team-
mates and Long, the anchor of
Miami's offensive line.
"I ,ask everybody for advice,"
Odrick said. "Everybody has
something different to tell you.
That's a good thing and a bad
thing. You've got to look on the
bright side. There are so many dif-
ferent ways people find success in
this game. That's what I'm trying
to do: find my niche."
Odrick began camp with the first
team only because veteran Phillip
Merling end suffered a season-
ending Achilles' tendon injury last
month.
"It puts a little more on Jared's
plate from an expectation stand-
.point," Sparano said. "But with
where we drafted Jared, there are
expectations there:"
For the 6-foot-5, 304-pound
Odrick, the biggest adjustment will
be facing a steady diet of NFL left
tackles, Sparano said.
"Penn State played good people
and plays in .a good league," the
coach said. "But from a physical
standpoint, each week you're play-
ing against a darn good player;
probably their best guy.
"He's strong, he runs well, he's
certainly big enough. The guy to
me is a pretty mature kid. So he's
got a good start."
Plus he can sing "Ordinary
People."


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Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
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Today's clue: K equals C
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Reasons for concern
Dear Annie: I have been married for five I have been told that Jessie has various
years to a wonderful man. When we first began "friends" living with her at different times. Her
dating, he had custody of his then 2-year-old, own relatives called to tell us she leaves the
daughter. Her biological mother, "Jessie," kids with-whoever she can get to watch them.
wanted nothing to do with her. In fact, the first Does my husband have reason for concern, and
time I met Jessie, she asked if I wanted to adopt if so, what are our legal options? I fear for our
the girl. daughter's safety, but we 'do not have the
Jessie does not have a good relationship his- money to keep hiring lawyers. - Worried in
tory. At 12, she dated a 30-year-old man. At 14, Ohio
she gave birth to her first child. She mar- . Dear Worried: You have plenty of reason
tried my husband when she was 20 for concern. Jessie is leaving her daughter
and then gave birth to his daughter with questionable people under ques-
and divorced him within the year. tionable circumstances. The fact that
My husband got custody because she won't allow you to be in touch
Jessie did all kinds of dangerous \ jtW, kki with the girl is particularly worri-
things to abort the baby during some. Is there a custody agreement in
her pregnancy. place, allowing Jessie to have unsuper-
Jessie, has dated, lived with or "/ / vised visits? If not, we urge you to
married at least 20 men. Three years ago, \ \ push for supervised visitation for
her then-husband encouraged her to \ v Jessie and to get the details in writ-
reconnect with her daughter and she came ing, even if it means hiring one more
back into our lives. She is now divorced and lawyer. Your daughter is worth it. You or your
dating a rhan she met on the Internet who husband can. also contact the National Center
lives 100 miles away. for Men (nationalcenterformen.org) for addi-
The problem is, she wants to take our daugh- tional support and suggestions.
ter to his house when she has visitation. He Annie's Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell
lives with six other adults and three children. and Marry Sugar; longtime editors of the Ann
Jessie and our daughter recently spent the day Landers column. Please e-mail your questions
there, and we discovered that the kids were left to anniesmailbox@comcast.net, or write to:
with the other adults while Jessie and her Annie's Mailbox, c/o Creators Syndicate, 5777
boyfriend went out. Worse, Jessie doesn't let us W Centuty Blvd., Ste. 700, Los Angeles, CA
contact our daughter. We do not have Jessie's 90045. To find out more about Annie's Mailbox
phone number because she blocks it when she and read features by other Creators Syndicate
calls us, and when we bought our daughter a writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators
phone, Jessie took it Away until she came Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com.
home. COPYRIGHT 2010 CREATORS.COM


BRIDGE


You are defending against three no-trump. The dummy has
been tabled with a long suit. What would you expect declarer
to do as soon as he wins a trick?
Right - play on that long suit. If he does not, be very sus-
picious of his motives.
The South hand, with only 12 high-card points, a conspic-
uous lack of aces, and queen-doubleton in spades, is not a,
good opening bid. Today, though, nobody passes. Note also
that if South had passed initially, the uncontested auction
would probably have been one club - one heart - two clubs
- three no-trump (or two no-trump -- three no-trump). Then
the lead would have been the spade two and the contract would
have sailed home.
Now West led the heart two, fourth-highest from his
stronger major. East won with his ace and returned the 10 (the
higher of two remaining cards). After South covered with the
queen, West correctly ducked.
South played a diamond to dummy's queen and continued
with the diamond 10. Thinking South was trying to establish
his suit, West ducked both of these tricks. But then South took
six club tricks to make his contract.
Whenever there is a good long suit sitting in the dummy
and declarer attacks a different suit, it is almost certain that the
long suit is solid: that declarer has the missing honor. So,
West should have grabbed the first (or second) diamond trick
with his ace and shifted to a spade, hoping East had that ace.


HOROSCOPE
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
Being the type of person you are,
you're likely to go out of your way
tto make sure those in your pres-
ence are treated fairly, even if you
have to give up part of your share
to equal things out.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
Anticipating negative conditions.
can generate them, so try to keep
a positive attitude. This is not like-
ly to be the trying day you thought
it could be, unless ypu make it so.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
Try to make amends as promptly
as possible if you inadvertently
hurt another's feelings.
Everything can be rectified when
you explain your intentions and
apologize for any misunderstand-
ing.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)-
Don't let a negative-thinking indi-
-vidual discourage you from doing
what you think is right. You're on
a good track, and you should be
able to generate the kinds of
results you envision.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) - Even if early morning dis-
turbances frustrate you a bit,
don't let them influence ybur atti-
tude for the rest of the day. If you
retain your lighthearted compo-
sure, all will be well again.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) - Even though you might
initially find it hard to believe,
early morring challenges tend to
benefit you in the long run. Flow
with events, and you'll end up
enjoying where they take you.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
- Fortunately, because you actu-
ally prefer being an independent
operator, when those who were
supposed, to help you .fall
through, you'll be able to deal
with it just fine.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- Although problems in the a.m.
might get you behind a bit, keep
plugging forward. You'll be sur-
prised at how quickly you'll catch
up, and you'll end up never miss-
ing a beat.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) -
At a small gathering, you might
have to deal with someone who is
not a pleasant person. Ignore
him/her the best that you can,
. because this individual is known
for trying to spoil'everyone else's
fun.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20)-
An associate might silently be
thanking you for drawing atten-
tion away from a problem s/he
has that is quite noticeable once it
is pointed out or recognized.
Good for you.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
Since your diplomatic attributes
are so well honed, it enables you
to enter an environment where
bickering is usually quite persist-
ent. You'll do and say what is
needed to bring about peace.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
Because a positive attitude is
quite prevalent in you, you believe
you can control your destiny, and
you will. You'll set your sights
bigh, and not allow anything to
intimidate you.
Copyright 2010, United
Feature Syndicate, Ins.


FRANK & ERNEST QY BOB THAVES


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Salary . plus commissn M re/ 4393/209-4516 &-2 /2 ue
Salary plus commission residaiilfor rt 3 2 C'dale 2770 But- 2/2 & .3/2 Quiet,well
Benefits include: ercup Ln on 35 ac maintH20/sewer/
w/gar/barn CH/A garb/lawn incl.'se-
* Health II$850 + $850 dep 850- nior discountsJoyce
527-6060/527-2617 Riley Real Estate 850-
S^Dental, , 3BR/1BA, 2636 825
9401K Church St. C'dale Park Model Trailers
CH&A No Pets, $500 for rent $550/mo
02weeks vacation Apartments- +$300dep (850) $200 sec. dep. Water
Unfurnished 352-4222/557-4513 sewer/garb. & cable
3BR/1BA, Screen included. Pool an
1 & 2 BR Apt. avail, porch, backyrd patio, site. Access to Mill
10" Compound Mider Black & Decker Dresser, mirror, New in box Small Oval Indian rug water, garb, sewer 4479 Fairfax Rd $525 Pond. 850-482-5583
Drug-Free Workplace/EOE Saw & Table $150 Bench Grinder on Queen headboard, Poreelmex Toilet $35 4'x17" $40 850-866- incl. $400-$500. No + dep. 850-482-8196
850-573-1065 stand $25 850-573- new frame, $100 850- 850-272-8967 1700 pets: 850-526-8392 or 209-1301. Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR
1065 � 209-9975 MH's. Lot rent incl.
2" Planner w/table OLDIE RECORDS SOLID OAK DRESSER- The New MariannaGardens Apartments For details 850557-
& collector bag. $275 Blue Recliner $25, GARAGE WORK 331/3- EA, Many 5 drawer, TALL $225 Immediate occupancy on 3 BR 3432/850-814-6515
850-573-1065 Platform rocker DESK-TABLE 0 reader digest .50ea a2 25ap m i uba aile.
14" Delta Band Saw 624-3703 (850)592-2507 " 3070 Carters Mill Road To
w/xtra blades $250 Old WWII 32 calibur SOLID OAK DRESSER- Marianna, FL32446 Townhomes
Seeking a positive, pro-active 850-573-1065 Box of odds & ends Heavy Duty Washer, pistol $300 850-569- W/MIRROR,8 drawer 850-482-5358, TDD/TTY 711
eeing a positive, proactive, propane Heater excel. cond. $100 2194 $275 (850)592-2507 Equal Housing Opportunity
organizedpersonfor a 80rtmPne$8 w/Tank $150 850- 850-693-6560 I 2BR/2BA
organizeperson or a 850-693-6082 573-1065 -693-6560OMEGA JUICER- re- SOLID OAK KING L TOWNHOUSES
byFrgiare brd6082 $16 0 Home made wood tails $249 almost new HDBD- W/MIRROR, , . Chipola River
Maintenance Planner/Scheduler. 15,100 BTU Air condi- Brad Gun & bo f orchend tails $249 almost new HDBD-W/MIRROR, Chipola River
tioner by Frigidaire BradGun & 4ox of porche end table866- $35 (850)592-2507 mattresses $400 Northwest Florida Townhouses
Candidate must have excellent $25 850-272-8967 850-573-1 $065 0 $10 850866 Porcelain Dolls, Lg. (850)592-2507 Community Hospital 850-482-1050
communication skills, both- written & 2, 10" Table Saws, 1 Bright Start Baby HP PHOTOSMART $20Med. $10, Sm $5 Swing Set, 2 swings
verbal. Ability to perform well under 850-573-1065 uncernew cond. 8200-works great 850-526-3037REDBOOKw/side- glider $50
verbal. Ability to perform well under 850"573"1065 $21 850-482-7665 can demo $20 RED BOOKS (COINS) - 850-272-8967
pressure in a high intensity production 2 Swivel Bar Stools Can stle white (850)592-2507 1965-1989 ALL $35 e nt
$30 850-272-8967 meta uI bed frame INflatable boat (850)592-2507 Technics Stereo
e .Turntable System,
environment. Must be able to solve and 2 Twin Headboards $25 850-624-3703 cover- CANVAS 8FT. Round Wicker Table needs drive belt $25 R os opiiA
prevent problemsbydeveloping & Allen/b$75 (Ethan850- Childs picnic table, $10 (850)592-2507 w/4 chairs. Glass top 850-569-2194
implementing programs. Data & Trend 482-6818/394-7222 wood $50850-624- Jigsaw $35, Belt 48", $200 08 0 850- Chipley, Florida, a leading healthcare
4 C clamps $40, 6 bar 3703 Sander & Table $50 482-6818/394-7222 Twin sz bed provider in Panhandle is seeking
Analysis to determine the root cause and clamps $72, 1 pipe Clay Pots, BONSAI, 850-573-1065 Router, Table & " dw/mattress (hide-a- qualified candidate for the following
clamp $10 850-573- ORCHID - POTS, NO Lever Handle (pic- router bits $125 850- bed) $30 OBO 850-position:
prevent future delays in production. Basic 1065 PLANTS $2EA ture)pump $50 573-1065 482-6818/394-7222 Clinical Director,
8503592-2S07 850-272-867 RClinical Director, IHomes with Acreage
office computer software in addition to MP2 ANGLE IRON-TUBING- (850)592-2507 80-272-8967Salt & Pepper Shak- VEMCO V-TRACK- Community Home Health,
Bar stock, flat, RD- Corner Computer MICROSUEDE CHAIR- ers w/napkin holder drafting head. $50 RN,
or 7i, planning systems desired. $.20 LB (850)592-2507 Desk $25 OBO 850- Butterscotch color . or bowl $3, w/o $2 (850)592-2507 Florida license required. Quiet Country
Bathroom sink 482-6818/394-7222 $100 (850)592-2507 OBO 850-526-3037 Retreat. Brick
S w/vanity top. 1 single Craftsman 10" shop Mirror b Ethan Allen Selmer Flute w/case, Vera Bradley Purse, Contact: Home w/30 ac. 3/2,
sink & 1 double. $25 table saw, new in 46 x 25 $45 G0 G 850- nspected, clean/re- wallet, ckbk, flipDianne Blount, HR 2FP, Nice Kitchen
ea. (850)482-4120 box $500 850-482- 482-6818/394-7222 conditioned, $70 flops $40 850-693- 850-415-8106-phone, 850-638-0622-fax, w/island, much
Bernina Vacuum $20 8287 after 4:30 Naked Lady coffee 850-630-4033 Applications can be downloaded from bchs. 15 min to
- - Oak wood computer GARDEN EDGER table/art work one of Sewing Machine White Baby Bed con- website: www.nfch.org, careers Lake Seminole.
dlesk, $35 850-482- MOLD- SET $15 a kind $500 850-866- w/case $150 850-526- verts to youth bed section. NFCH is an EOE. . Red. to $234,000
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Maxum 00' 2400 SCR CAMEO 30fd. 2 slides
cruser wltanemwi ll kptincludes
cruse, / tnd ~s lpide hitch
asel trailer, beat I$20,000 334-687-9983
only 118 hrs.5.7L Seacraft1 8 20ft
FORECLOSED Mercruiser w/IBravo Seacral,920ft
FORECLOSED 3Dr. after market Center Console, boat,
HOME AUCTION swim platform, A/C, motor & trailer, 95
218 Whisper Lane Frig, micr, shower, 225HP Johnson Mtr,
Dothan, AL stove, TV/DVD/CD Dual Axle Tr w/
8 BR/7 BA-7538 SF VHF/GPS, many new brakes,wh., runs '
Starting0ps i a well very clean,�-K
Star Id:$Sf: 1 partsmstrict maint,a . .0. $5,0Cam0eo'05
Auction Starts regimen daughter Gretcond$5500 c age Cameo '
8/17 aoin off to colleen 334-791-4891.
Ope House: M-209870 Columbia, AL 32f slides 2A/C,
Open House: 55 K Generator
Aug 7, 14 & 15 Seado RXP '05, Jet loaded, no smoke no .
More Available Ski, 60 hrs, very pets, Exc. Cond.
www.Auctlon.com clean, life jacket & $29,900. 334-714-4001R
/bids cover incl. $5500 850-
REDC Bri a527-4455 Champion '92 Travel
Strats'99 273 Trailer, roof air,
4Strdatos b'99 273 clean Call $3000 0BO
I Intimidator, 17ft bass 228-597-1450/850-"
Lots-A0reage Johnson 150HP, 394-7258 Jackson Cty
Mo aV090 $6500. 334-596-1694 3978as Cty
Less than 50 hrs.
icudes'on AMCD payer. Ec.
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stocked. With Cond. Taler has
Artesian Well. Atl Drake-.528,.900
the end of Golf, Ew 334.618 3415
Dr.. Olympia Spa. �
Coutr g... Travel Trailer '06
. � 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8,s
* Sugar Sand - 2006 18 2 Slideouts, Loaded,
11 AC. Cottonwood F,. Mirage SAFE. NO Like new. $20,250.
Al. Sealy Welik Rd. PROP, LOW MAINTE.
hardwood trees. Randall Craft NANCE. Seats 8. e,. 334-406-4555
Great deer hunting. Fiberglass 16' Bass ig. sundeck, storage, c
Make offer Boat W/0 hp Engine walk-through trans- Dutchmen '97 27'
305-281-9758 Tilt & Trim, 2 live om, nonskid swim 5th Wheel Classic
wells, trollin9 motor, platform, Merc Opti w/superslide. Perf.
Vacation Properties great condition. 197 Max 250HP V6 trail- cond. $6850 334-803-
model boat & engine er, cover. NICE! 3397 or 334-701-0421
S $1,800. Call 464-8514 $14,995. (253)229-
1607-A Lakefront Dr. or 334-393-2110 8500 FLEETWOOD '05
RProwler AX6, 5th wh,
T3oBR 3hBA 2200TS Suntracker 95' Party 36ft, 4 slides, large
Townhome at The Barge 24 ft. w/90HP shower, 30/50AMP.
Eufaula VPoin t on Lake Mercury, good cond $30,000 OBO 334-695-
Eufaula, View, Boat w/trailer 5300. 4995, 334-687-7862
ramp/dock, porches, 334-695-2853
garage, paving, onlyIL 17TaelTal
M ,00 or Make On- l R o 199524' Wellcraft 88' 23 ft HI Lo '07 Travel Trail-
fer S. Georgia Land & Excellent condition. Center counsel, 225 er 27' Long. Exc Cond
Timber. Call Roy Trailer completely Johnson outboard. NADA Valued @$22K
Neves @229-942- restored. $15,000 $4500. in electronics. Asking $17,900
0479 or Visit OBO 334-355-3008 Sale $7,000. 334-235- 334-792-7729
landandtimber.net 2995 ay '9 by
oJay slihtde. Very clean.
eatlow1 Trailers Lots of storage! $13k
334-889-2259Newville
Montana 03' 5th wh.
2 slides w/ 05' Chev.
3ailboal '76-Catalina LT 2500 HD diesel 4x4 "
30'. 2 ,yl. Yarmar die- both under warr.
sei eng, Very low hrs 39,500 334-347-4228
less than 250. Roller334-347-4228
AT__Js _ furling, bimin head, 2006 KZ Sportsman Outback 04' 29FBH-S
micro, fridge. Good ToyHauler 35'Bumper all alum. structure,
cond. Docked @ Snug Pull, I slide out u rid ure , th.wh.
'03 Kawasaki Prairie Harbor slip B-6. 334- Sleeps 6 Fully cont. hitch/short bed
ATV 4x4, 360 cc, 673-0330. REDUCED $13,500 334-726-4905 $20,000 334-726-d6594
camo paint, excel. $13,900. $
cond. $2500 256-529- Sabre by Palamino
0599 '08,28 ft 5th wheel
2003 Club Car Cus- camper, 3 slides,
tomized Golf Cart For many extras, clean,
Sale. Red exterior sacrifice @ $29k 850-
with red and white 593-5675
leather seats. Rear
seats fold down. Triton 2009 Explorer 2008 5th wheel, Springdale '06 Key
36301 (334)791-7180 To much boat for me! Keystone Laredo stone tow trailer 18ft.
$2,800.00 Make offer. RL29. $22,500 obo. dual axle like new,
334-983-1502 or like new, 1 slide. Call many new lux. items
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outboard. galvanized
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molor. depth finder
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Bass Cat 20'9" TypesofContactlNumbeaner ng Cleaning 50/5732068 indapforte.bxrs keith.williams.iy9t 4451 LAFAYETTE Mariann
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SHARLEY DAVIDSON MOTIVATED EEP 1998 Wrangler len mut twenty (20)filed at
- *lH E ..a J"l Mercedes 82 380SL 07' FLSTSC Springer m IE005 Sport, 5sp, 4wd, hard a beorethe final
9K m, H S ts classic 3000Kml. WIFE! 200 top, 4.0, owner, new
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PWR. . ws, 254-6814802 Model XVZ13CT, Concession Trailer , atio, and contents
Caseeker ---anr. auc. AC, up- Harley Davidson'08 body style Is I described in Uniform
Chevy '76T ,pala. 30 graded ounrd stem, Electra Glide Clasic. road/street, drive i. - _ l WANTED FORD 07 Explorer Rule 28-106.205,
small block wall car cover & top stor- ..000 m' . i1l5.9.'o. type is RWD. Sport Trac, Limited, F.A.C. A petition for
Super nicely 2007 ee Drive new parts, block age rack, clean, well 34-618-443. 4 cylinders, 35,000 Motor Dritioven. V-8, Full Loaded, leave to intervene
34 Copper Canyon I 4-Weel Drive bored 60 over, new maintained w/re- - miles. In great cn d 56KMies, Blue shall be filed at the
5th wheel. 2-sllde flow master exhaust cords. $14,200. 334- .M condition. And Equipped. $21,500, 334-687-4686 Division of Adminis-
outs. Lg. rear LR 2009 Sportsmen 202 system, platinum 792-9789 Features double 850-548-5719 FORD '07 F150 Super trative Hearings, De-
w/entertainment SLE Travel Trailer. everything (plugs, Mercedes '96 S320, hard case saddle e '80 C t DeaTakerco cab, 4x4, 4dr, 156K apartment of Manage-
center, cabinet, built 22.5" in total length wires etc.) $3500 black a/c, 154K, 1 bags, highway Jeep 80CJ7 Lift t DealTaker.com cab,4x4,4dr Ipartment of Manage-
in radio &dvd, and UVW of3844bs. 850-209-7051 ownermint cond., bars, cruise 6,999. Trades con Automotive Coupons miles, fully loaded m ent Services, 1230
surround system, Easy to pull. Over- $600. firm., control. Tires in sidered. Call CSI Auto and Deals Shop with pearl white, $16,900., Apalachee Parkway,
dinnett/kitchenett, sized U-shaed di- . 334-406-7530 H Davidson '8 good shape. Full 334-714-2700DealTaker.com3346850846 32399-3060. Failure
netted that slides out. t Cld sd cdKmlrnwd tm- front windshield,
large bedroom nettethatdesout. oving ltra Claidson re08 front windshield, Lexus '08 GX470 50K FORD '07 F250 Super to petition to inter-
Private bath. Fuly Queenbed. Moving Eae nniversa double seat tour Mi. GoodCond. Load- Trucks-HeavyDuty Duty V-8 Crew Cab vene within the al-
furnished. Only and must sell ingEagle Anni Ed. V e rsa b.ke. Asking $9..0r ed 3rd Row Seat, Nav XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, lowed time frame
$25,000. 334-792-0010 (334)300-1122 ry l OBO. Please.:ill System$35,500 95 F150 Eddie Tan, $30,000 334-688- constitutes a waiver
or 334-805-0859 $9,900.00 Chevy'77 Corvette 334-790 j36) 16' 229-254-0077 Bower PKG, no rust 8606,334-695-0688 of any right such a
Sydney '10 Outback T-top, blk w/blk int. �, Harley Davidson 1986 runs great, blue, FORD '07 F-350,5.9 L person has to re-
31ft. Only used 3 M I I MSuscle Car 454, . FLTC ' d CJ r. Motor cCle Open Trailers-Tractors $3950. OBO Call DSL Crew Cab 50K quest aheaering un-
outimes, dual slide 411RE, Eng built by ta.ec. cr,d $1,0.S0 7*ra;lerhl 2 bies 334-475-0084 miles, $29,500 334- der Sections 120.569
enout s, sleeps 10,2- local auto perf. team. edes-Benz'03 OBO 334-794-2665 or or Utility trailer 7x10, 695-7769,695-7770 120.57, F.S., or to
entce rSer.In.ny. Papers C240. White pearl 334-805-0810 Lil e new. A-Frame 6\i12 enrcloed trailer -participate in the ad-
in/out ent. center, Available. Estate Ext. w/camel leather Harley Davidson 1992 J. m co . e dor FORD ortTr. ministrative hearing.
outdoor stove, elecSale. $14,5300 B0 int. Sun roof, power Sporster 1200 custom ,. rut ec1. .. . ,r, b, 0 V-6 ull :aO.
awning, 28" flat 352-219-7370 sunshade. 6-iscCD mid'sK/KHex $i'OBO 33461- ne- rd. 8i $19., B22961-. After an administra-
screen TV, $26,0 Chew 79 Impala changer. $11,545 cond. $5,500. OBO 10'2 or 3346%49-2280 '9225 64383l12 27.14.2,r4. 309[ 890 tive hearing petition
OBO 229-310-7252 blue box chevy 334-718-5251 794-2665 334-805- Suzuki 07 GSXR 600 Cummings Onan FOorl Tra onis avatimely fablepd, mediar-
Motor__$500. Call Hawk @ Nissan '05 Altima5 2.5 0810a25lke ne .sc50Mi. enterr lr ,03 h r Chevrolet "F2 1500 DL2, 5; S, lodeod, drt -. s 3antto 89sua ) Fbsec
Motor R 334-687-5971 or , 5 speed, 32k m. HARLEY DAVIDSON $,. incudOes I 85KW 400amp, auto Z71 Ext. Cab. $9,999. red T o tone gre a1633189(3)(a) F.S.,
Fleetwood '86, 27ft. 334-793-1034 like new,REDUCED 2003, 1200 Sportster riding gear OBO switch runs 4 poultry Trades consider condition. $17 0. to any affected per-
03 Gulfstream ultra Pace Arrow. $10,900 850-482-2994 100th anniv. edition. 334-714-4029 house $15,000. OBO Call CSI Auto OBO 334-692-4572 son who is made a
.touring series, class Runs good, needs Lots of chrome. 4-40X400 poultry 334-714-27n0 party to the proceed-
C motorhome, 11k, some work, very - r- '= Nissan 08' Maxima $7,500. 334-701-3974 h ue inr lubn - --9 ig by filing that re-
- 2 slide outs, onan clean. Can be seen at * 38K mi.. I owner 3.5 pie drinkers 334-726- e'26 .. 1 nuet miitn the ad-
generator, sleeps up Buddy Sayre Auto SL, pearl white Harley Davidson '87 -t0978 or 334-795-6101 .� mhr, strat,ve law
to 8 people, $38,000. HWY 52 Geneva. $18,425 taking offers FXR Superglide, Cus- dGandy4 rwinsecti ugei assigned b
Call 334-393-9315 334-684-9667 334-445-1666 or 334- tom paint, lots of Gandy 4 row insectioe na infd
or 763-0280 $4,000. "Chevy 81' Corvette 369-8139 chrome 9500 850- /doube boxes, for mitrh ivie Hear-
Allero 94' 34 ft. Auto Jeep '05 Wrangler X Red Auto, Mirrored Pontiac '07 G6 GT Suzuki '08 GSX R600 two chemicals nor Tre choice of
satiteant. electric 4X4 MustSe Red, Tos, 52K mi. New Low mileage, SUPER Harley Davidson '95 350 Mi Bought new 'mounted on tool bar. C LFORD F F -0, wh, median shall not
leveling jacks,-58K PS, AC AT, Tilt W, CD Tires, Calipers, SHARP Sunroof $200 Lowrider 36K mi. Garaged Divorce Good condition. $300. uCHk, 9C6 4x4 Auto, $4,600 or affect apart's arinht
dumptrua,, 2Kml3, reasonable offer 229- to an administrative
mi. $14,900. OBO 6 CYC, $3k in xtras Brakes & Shocks down $249 mo. Call Exc.cond. 1340 cc pending. Must Sell 229-758-3146 or 229- on new engine, looks 334-8520, 229-296- h hearing.
334-301-3772 Mickey Thompson Garage kept $13,500. Ron Ellis 714-0028 engne,spare seat $5,800 OBO Man & 400-5184 rough runs good 33 8520229-296- hearing.
tires, 25K mi, rd OBO 334-5962376 PontIac 98 Grand Am $55Hel 3349842044 Wman Jackil. Haulmark Trailer/ $2,450.334-701-9213 --s-Mike McDaniel,
'05 Motor Home. $17,500 Sh owCond. ero l Man aoed. cn.orange, Extra. 334-414-3551 car hauler, 29ft, good Chevrolet .: ,. ,comprehen-
23' long 2700 mi. 3 8 roon Clan. $1695 lx oaded.M See!cond.. hitch included de lue- . ault 2K9. C mrehen-
3 3 4 7 9 3 2 1 4203 32lo a d e d . M u st S e e !, - P r,,n g
Take over payments. 334-300-6112 P Stc7 $12,000. 334-791-4?99 - Call 926.240.2333 , 0d. .r Depnrtment of Coin m-
850-593-5103 Pontiac G-6 OT '07 "20'rmo "Bo mff Cor
conv. black 24Kmi. all Honda 04 Helix John Deer OS' 48 HP, ,,0'i ,.r 33 26 J29 2m Shuit ard Oak
36frworkhorse chas- leather loaded, gar. stEr 250c f dr, front Ford 97 F-150, V-6. B, Shulevard Oak
mai ac. g arage EH H fl l,,h dr,,e, :,e, front " Ford *97 F-150 -. 6. 1,ulvsrd
sis 8.1 gas enginehChevy 81'Corvette kept. $15000. OBO ma. gage et, end loar, bushhog, automaltc olid"ir. Taliaha E. Florida
22kmi., no smk, 7kw Red, Auto, Mirrored 334-796-6613 cover . helmet. 9 finish m,:,er, disk, 4z,0170 rm'. -239-21\,0
3km l SA, 2TV,7 w 2 Tops, 52K mi. New Toyo 05 Prus43K $2600. Call 67-7815 i- 0 M5 Z i spree lde &r C br..� blade ' - - . N ew. 56')0i__
gen.A3CI, At, 2e 3V, 2 Tires Calipers, mlasight blue in va & Black, 2.5K $18,200.OBO 798-3352 3. 4 ' 9
heA/C, auto leveling, 850-352-2810 30t E B col - r
cam. Roadmaster Toyota34WD'95 S R Brakes & Shocks color good cond miles. Excellent con Less than 1000 hrsF 50
tow/brake system, Exc. Cond. Very relia Garage kept. $13,500 o$14r 00334-5964902 Mition windshi eld, er C..HEVY '00 iverad
'05 Jeep Wrangler ble vehicle. k. Green OBO 334-596-23761 detachae wnd , John Deereo'07 90 v2 l.u44. 26K mile r . IN THE CIRCUIT
detachable saddle- nw O33L,4-4ader* Dump e 4ull h ood STATE OID OUS OTHER H OURIT
Unlimited, 41k m, $6500 334- 671 1162 Toyota 07 Prius, bags. $4,000 FIRM.f 3 7C43t c e 3iie.h H C hO UT T F UNilR-
Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k or 334-701 2548y Bc 5k, E on (1|1 | 334)585-6566 0TTEENTH JUDICIAL
w/jeep, $60k without GPS, backup camera, Grdr ,Ilr D 1 341. 3 120 CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
jeep both in greater JBL sound d, int, great Honda4058GoldWmg2 Yamaha '07 V-Star $L4.000.o 21-2,o2-42. JACKSON COUNTY.
con bsellingdue to as mileage, trans- Roadsmith Trike Kit. 1100, 11,600 mi, new John Deere 6405 4WD r SE FLORIDA
health. 850-352-2810 e able warranty, 30th Arny. Ed. CB, col- reartire, and extras, T8 2 ,r Tractor G FL-((i O RIDOrACI
Ch 7C r ete newutires asking orsilver& Extras asking payoff of " 2 -'t),,1 rKr $20.060" 'b2500H0 , 1 -9 Cl E N,
On5 334-44 t.3507$16,9 00 OBO - 38K mi. $26,500 5900. 850-762- 334;.7912378 2a 040 D AoR T
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SEBO00nr $9, 80 3- 71-3 o4pm Kubota Tractor . A2800s 50 25Sn t
a Estte9Sa8e.$5kOBO Toyota w07Sienna Van seas 4ep "0K ubok Toro GREEN TREE SERVIC-
Serinqu ie XLT,.l owner, loaded YAMAHA '08R6 loader with box 2500 LT 8.11.V8 MPI Legal Ads AthING LLC, 4250 North
Only 352 219-r7370 with all extras, black/cyellow, less blade &finishing 8100 V84 WHEEL DR Freeway Fort
L Mooney 1965 7 Chrysler 85 5th Ave garage kept, 6004K then 650 miles mower $17,500. POWER EVERYTHING .y Worth, Texas 761.37
n'99 Daybreak D than result transmits miles $16,500. $7,900 or . Call 334-774-7771 VM RADIO, 6 DISC Legal Notices
34', 3 Airport HangeredEufaula Call 334-687- 334-805-3466 CHANGER $17,500. 00, Plaintiff,
V8 Gas 460 70800 HPw/ r t OBO 334-618-9322 or 334692-4572 5970 miles, saddle Massey Ferguson '6 CALL WHIT 791-05761 nance No. 2010-01 on action has been
Chassis. Triton Ve0 New from white w/landau roof. 5032 or 3346950912 YAMAHA '08 V-star model 35 w/ 2 row L100VS.
mtr Generator, new Frewall Forward $120. 334-648-3171 bags, wiHonda shieldl, 2 1urgundbottom pile & June 8, 2010, IN COM filed against you in














Onwn i eng ratod rsn &HaHrBum Limited Edition, custom seal. $5400 planteri$3K 797. pe.kup. lift gate Sections 163.3184, County of Jackson,
awning, stabalizer FR 599-512 Lke New. New Gre at condition. Runs Low mi es Lie new! 6925or33469-1717 blue 4-dr Z71 good STATE OF FLORIDA TUSHAR H UDESHI,
l$25K 334-406-9777 Co. OwnedBest great. $2000. obo Askin $2,695., 334-774-6348 cond. new parts,334- DEPARTMENT OF THE UNKNOWN
Fle o T' possible way to 334-701-1707 334-693-5454 405-9221 - COMMUNITY SPOUSE OF TUSHAR
3-sld, loaded CH&A n a pe334-790-0000. YAMH 08 Vsa Tractor 00' Kubota AFFAIRS H. UDESHI, and PALl-
pk .or r V M-120 DT 4x4 w/ Chevy 72' P/U smi. V- NOTICE OF INTENT SHADES COLLECTION,
fw5h9o0re85-. $100kVol...... .....e. ..250, Burgundy. Kubota loader 8 3-sp., 67K original TO FIND LLC, ASSIGNEE OF
gas, 5,900 mi. $100k TDI. MGoy 'gray Low miles! Like new! A1601 (cabfire) 3100 miles, original paint TOWN OF SN.EADS ADVANTA a corpora-
S-8- 6 o d de e 25 02Asking $2,695. hrs. original tires rough.$1972 OBO. COMPREHENSIVE tion,
SCAutomatic 350 thrdiesel, heated 334-693-5454 50%, engine, fuel 334-792-5578 PLAN AMENDMENT
BUICK91 Lesabre 6 (Silver) sell as is $8,900 334-685-6233 Yamaha 2004 V-Star tanks el, INCOMPAN Defendantsk. $12,500. or
S ar Honda'06 CTX 1300 1100 Classic. Black & trade for tractor . DOCKET NO. 10-1-
cyl., for parts, good $5500. OBO Volvo '07 S40, Cruiser Like New chrome, excellent 50-212-6964 NOI-3212460 A)-() NOTICE OF ACTION
























R-VIS 2 T(3a dnr $70 000a T (334) Iramntill North Is neo i
Lte . oto 00 334-774-1915 white, new tires, 4200 Mi. $5900 OBO condition. $5,000.heen

























withd*07Jenew. $800OB-84gThe ______._ auep ncrte SOutg 8n de-
S08 334-695t 8840a s 66K miles, Good 334-806-1322 334-618-7525
$on,-8on.Dodge 06 Charger Corvete99 Stray co i n $15,500., 3 N879 8 618r g aes notT e of iDts er i- UDESHI, THE UN-H
22K, loaded A MUST convetible 108K Mi. 334791-2726 HONDA '06 Shadow, Yamaha' 99 XVS1100i vten s notice he itWin u EsT SE
2 Km, oe1$9,800. 334-791-3081 2.8 miles, LIKE NEW, 42K mi. Asking $3200 200 ra 1 n d tent to find the e KNOWN SPOUSE OF
CalS ! 34-447-2147 Corvette 94180 K m09 L3 Volvo 2005 S60 $4,800, 229-334-8520 080 334-726-1215 or Flat Bed DumpTruck Comprehensive Plan
B 454132e, o2Black w/Beige, 53K or 229-296-8171 -334-477-3152-FlBDupTrPa
SB'L4-k4 Newa4 N o paint work, 9 5l o ike nee, C o. k. 35100 OBO. white, excellent $5,200 cor reasonable for Town of Sneads, OU AREitteNOTI-
Fu eqpt M $16,900 nd $11,5 6600 mion. $13,600 404., BO Honda '0-66 VTX300 Tractor 20 Massey offer 229-334-8520, adopted by Ordi- FlED tha w a civ-

































'9n6r37rnd22eavor L 334-685-6233 M RLTn- $13 _7_ef_ 334-798 _31 years. Only used for 2555 Shumard Oak Court and serve a
V8 Gas460,70,00 85HP /power trim OBO 334615-93220 truthinson 334-692-4572Honda 5970 miles, saddle Scooters/Mpeds 0 mlFerguson w/5'disk. 229-29-8171 nnce No. 2010-01 on i action has been
miles, rear camera, cables wiring T Runsnew 334-596- Great $1800 c 750 bagswindshieldack, ke set bottom pe June 8, 2010, IN COM- filed against you in
Onan generator ears & water pump VW'05 Beetle, yrs left on warranty 1 set Covington Che '91 Cherokee PLIANCE, pursuant to the Circuit Court,
new tires, wood 500Li Honda '03 Accord mited Edblacktion, c9kustom seat $5400 planters $K . p Up. lift gate Sectins 163.3184, County of Jackson,
anpedeBLikeONew. Netireste t, OBO. 334-393-63820 925 or334 69-1366 150F 0 850-352-4724. Failure to dress is 2878 Reming-
flooring, marble 2 ma R Hoeed Auto Parts? moonro keyless Dodge '02 Dakota 13. 3189, F.S. foreloe certain real
counter top, corner Tires? Don't Pay Full entry. alarm. under Ltr tQuadcab adopted Town of a s
glass shower, Price ShopDeal Warray. 9500. iancon. Fully Ts fol s
$20 500 negotiable Taker.com.The Place Call 3.34-655-07 anger XLT 334-3-3 tionis fiedTos Compreshen-o
(85$33000.334-889-4489. Corvette Gara De 334-685-6233 luded334-790-6146 HONDAive Plan Amend- Commence at the
Wanted 7984346 ed.Exc.Cond.NADA miles, red, exc paint asking $6,500 Dodge 2004 Da-699-3123ota ment and the Depart- NW corner of NE edof
' 24K. Asking $20,900 & running condo. 334-693-5454hevr .9HHRLS ians .b,FORD05 F150 Lariat, aco nd forward a rec- against you for thection 20
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Silverado 250 work I D E wasaki '05 KXD Clean. Runs Great Chrysler 95 Voyager, GMC '99 Sierra green If a petition is filed, THRIE
truck as package Chlenger Garage 1959 Iron Horse monster graphics pro $7500.334-794-9135 V6, auto, seats 8, au.ruise,$7200. and Comments Re- Range 11 West of
, many upgrades pt. 5.$36,000 Liter. H em,. Restore Chopper rcuit i 55136 power, am/fmcass. owner garage port, (if any), are Jackson County, Flor-





















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$159,700.850-866- 05 Monte Carlo S, Blue ncFact parts Honda - 06 T Mtor other . available for public da,. thence North 89
SV6 auto runs and ry cromew S. 251747-4022 1300C Charcoal color. 80mpg, 1000 mi.'s Massey inspection Monday degrees 54 minutes
rylchromeiwokseg.eamtno ,Good m ustd etanuar nLh rogh Friday, ex- East alongM the north
ED tV a a o r sp. eed manual . An Bike runs and looks $3000 OBO Manu.
REDUCED Montana looks great, a must ye Catcher selling Convertible Buick great! Really fun to War.334-445-6302 Fcapt for legal holi- line of said NE 1 4of
0d5 $thi Wheel, 4 Ca l - $10500 08 to46- dbu $6a8 w As5g F00 03sondays,4during normal SE 1A 50.0 feet to the
slides, king bed, C 4see - $10,500. OBO mls2boat. 12,500 1971 Skylark yellow� ride. Clean title his- business hours, at Point of Beginning,
8la0572 Nind wo d 1a 6 o4-7 5 e $ 25door, Like with white top, auto, tory. The tires are in Sport Utility Vehicles 15 e Town Hsal , 2h irda othe8c egrneinge
85ground i Ch m a exterior, Charcoal in- 256-282-6752 ing and cannot takeCRF7seExceolena ll,0228Thrdng No rt8fd
tethe bike with me. 04 Jeep WranglerX, Dodge991 Avenue, Sneals, Flor- minutes 28 seconds
alarm, ar~or, S,&M1c3,Dami 5100, $5,900 soft top, auto, 3KI. ida 32460. East along said-north
E Darm, am,f,, bu,' -ForAutomotive AM/FM/CD, low ft. box A/T, A/C, steering, line 367.98 feet;
cruise, driver airbag C coln)7gtoerho miles, newbtires,,crews, $3,500. 080 Any affected person, thence South 04 de-
passe1995ngoer airbag Pl, mail.coi$15,900.(850)579-t798-1768 163.3184, F.S., has a seconds East, 582.33
gre,4 o ntor, PSis W( 3 2206Morcls15bush horight to petition for feet to a point on the
R-VISION 20065Tr al l Stand Tn sin0s- (334)635-7831tan administrative North line of said
- Lite, 26Iff., fully 334-, 697u2s6 Dodge '90 Spirit runs great, hearing t,:, challenge State Road No. 276
loaded, like new, $800 OBO the rop .-_-.e1 agency thence South 80 de-
low mileage $42K 99' Mercu6Grand 334-796-7484 M4500otermir,nat-n that grees 29 minutes 25
080s334-616-6508 Marquis'"hlmited .rinIe Amenr,dment to seconds West along
edition"landu roof, HONDA '07 CBR, 600, the Town of Sneads said North line,
by Gulf Stream 99' keylessentry, tinted.ll e, 03 loaded, 4,000 miles, DODGE '99, 2500 RAM Comprehensive Plan 436.87 feet; thence
Immaculate condo. See it .I to love ;t Low Mi. Bags. stretch/lowered, 2 quad cab, short bed, is In Compliance, as North '01 degrees 13
oad.see!!wcomeson $8200. OB80 windshield 2 seats, brother exhaust, 6cy turbo'diesel, 4wd defined in Subsection minutes 22 seconds
wnpipes,e~c.cord.$4500 $7,200 334-355-0454 1999 Blazer Looks I 170K, $7250. OBO, 163.3184(1), F.S. The East 652.0 feet to the
with 07oJeep. Dotsan 4 89 34n 1auto.85 petition must be filed Point of Beginning:
ge '99 Stratus. Ford 01' F150 lariat (21) days after publi- TOGETHER WITH
l o 55.4,liter, 154K mi. cation of this notice, THAT CERTAIN 2000,
m loed ,elonly5.0 Tractor: JD 4450 black ext. tan leather and must include all 70 X 26, CHAPEL
$4100. E3,9.e/lLnn 0 , MSWD duals, cab, seats, super cab, au- of the information HILL MOBIL HOME,
$410._3_.__9-__5 .-~-1999 Blazer Tr icker PS, $27,500. to trans $8000. 417- and contents descri- SERIAL NUMBER:
'12 d4x4. silver. gre, cloth 334-726-0067. 793-7937 bed in Uniform Rule GAFLY05AB29818CH2
ABlue tan eather'06 HD Dyna Wide Good cnr, dit.n, cold UTILITY cargo trailer FORD '02 LARIAT T
Trail-Lite RV 02 36k i, one owner, Glid FXDWG. Blck. air. stereo , ;h ipod Dolittle 2007, 20' F250 Diesel, Crew The petition must be
Class B, Like New. No paint work, Lke new. customs$ lack. $3,.00 OBO. white, excellent con- Cab, 123K miles filed with the Agency You are required
Fully equiptwith $16,900 6u m-0 i. $12.900. 404. 334-886'3[54. dition, has sat for 2 $17,760 334-687-9983 Community Affairs, sponse with the


Da evillvel 334-598- inco or 8,0K m- - - " Cniin$7. godsotmn4 91Um.lahr
mi. 1 Signature series w/ Condit,
4695 or 334-791-8363 owner, good cond. 101,130 mi $6,000 334-798-2337 wheeler. 850-592- new tires . power.
*RIVER CANYON '05* $7,500.850-526-5832 850-579-4467 after 3287 very nice. 518.995
5th whl, 36', 3 Slides or 850-209-0202 6pm Kawasaki '09 KXF250 hit 850-579-4694
very nice, queen bed, ncoln '07 MKZ Motor by BPM, 2 -Chevy ',:7 Tralblazer.
Entertainment een- Light tan w'beige in- brothers perform- Nice Family SUV
ter, fi Much More l terior, leatrner hated ancepipe. Very fast Loaded $300 Down
efp, Mu $ 0001 teor, a heated bike or the motor- $300 meo. Call Steve
Reduced to $22,000! -�seats. ABS. s,ce crossing-extremist Hatcher 334-7918243
S850-509-1486 airbags. 37k mi. NA. 334-726-3842Fod'7Bn
DA $21,175 sell for Ford '87 Bronco
Watersports V, $17,900 850-814 015. FATBOY'93, Kawasaki 2000 Clas- door Dark Blue.
28K actual miles, sic LT.2007 Under Runm good. Good
Chevy '08 HHR Lincoln CongressionM customized out of Warranty til 2012. Cndition $4500
JET SKI 09' VX Cruis- Extra Clean, Extra al Town Sedan 03 Easy Rider, all 2053CC Low mi. 334792-1208
Ss Low Miles. Loaded, 142K mi. white w/ chrome-up, SS cars, $9000 334-774-3474
er apporox 11 hirs. All Autol Beautiful tan leather top, scemneae or347104 GMC TO,) in-rry.
withitrlaler & acces- Red $13,700 seats, loaded $6500. exhaust system .remt cord $42,0
Isorias $7500. 08O3-9-34BO________ _________ 5 OmBu, d5f~ ot
334-798-3352 334-792-0394 334-693-2274 $8,500 334-695-3744 Mojo Motor Scooter, OLO 850-526.2491
Chevy '08 Impala, Mazda6 07' 4-dr. FZ Suzuki 50 79' $05,200 mi, Blue, a for Tom
LIE0W ZSzk O7 $1650 850- 258-1638
ss LIKE NEW! sadan, grey, auto, collectors item, 1 cyl, ...
Classified $200 down, $259 per CD, power option, 2 stroke scooter,
month. Call Ron Ellis like new, 69K mi. oroesco , e "
334 -714-0028 $9,900. 334-389-3071 orenet ex c d 0.
street legal. $500.
Advertising... Chevy '71 El Camino, or 334-726-9500 OBO 334-774-2521
350 Engine, $7500 Mercedes '73 450 SL 774-2773 after 5pm
850- 594,3282 Convertible
80659 2 4-'hard/soft top) Harley Davidson '04 Ylama a VStar 1100cc
Can't be Ford 06' Focus SES 4- 12,000 O 904-368- Roadglide FLH, 40K, classic, pearl white & Jeep 07' Wrangler.
dr. Crimson red, au- 1153 Leave ms tour pack, headsets, silver, Mustang seat, bla 3, uirirrlted 4
nto, leather, sun roof, 15 ev CD & CB, smokey light bar, saddle ,Ii * 57.. rr, I wn -
spoiler, like new 50K Porshe 86' red, sharp gold $10,500 080 bags, gar. kept like er. .ie. tir, nr, . T
be a t! Imi. $10,500. 334-389- runs good 4cyl. 334-798-2928 /678- new. 5,000 mi. $5100. oft top ea' -..nd
3071 or334-726-9500 $3000. 334-405-7465 8722 334-696-5531 nights $17.99,5 134.33.-.445,:
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