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Jackson County Floridan

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

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Man Tasered in traffic stop Woman
charged with
Report that Beachum admitted away" and ran down the road. The officer's
G U n fou ndunder i there was a small amount of flashlight was knocked to the ground. entering jail


driver's seat
STAFF REPORT
A Chipley resident was arrested on
firearms charges, resisting arrest and driving
without a license after a traffic stop led to the
discovery of a gun in his vehicle.
Authorities said 25-year-old George
Beachum Jr. was pulled over for alleged care-
less driving on Sept. 11. He told the officer he
didn't have a driver's license, and provided a
Florida ID card, according to the complaint.
The officer noted the smell of marijuana
coming from the vehicle, and stated in the-


Ithe drug in the vehicle. -
When the officer asked per-
mission to search the red Ford
Explorer, Beachum "stated that
he'd rather I didn't because he
George was unsure what was in the
Beachum Jr. vehicle," according to the offi-
cer's statement.
When the officer told Beachum he had a
canine unit available, "Beachum became
extremely nervous and began to beg me not to
search the vehicle," the officer reported.
Another officer arrived as back-up. As the
second cruiser approached, Beachum told the
first officer there was a gun in the vehicle.
When the officer then attempted to detain
Beachum, he allegedly "abruptly jerked


STAFF REPORT als and recommend who gets the
job.
Architect Paul Donofro Jr. has If the commission accepts his
proposed a timeline for Jackson timeline, the proposals will be
County Courthouse renovations,. due by Sept. 30.
a schedule he is expected to pres- The committee, wduld evaluate
ent today to the Jackson County and rank the proposals on Oct. 7,
Commission. then interview the top-ranked
He will also ask for permission bidders on Oct. 21'
to advertise for a construction The commission would be
manager to do the work. and ask asked on Oct. 26 to act on the
the commission to appoint a conunittee's recommendation.
committee to re' ie" the propos- On No%. 9. the commission


'would then look over nearly
completed construction plans and
bid documents, and approve a
pre-construction contract with
the selected firm.
. Final construction plans would
be presented to the commission
on Jan. 11, 2011. Construction
would begin Jan. 17.
The company would have 300
days to finish the work, with
,completion set for October' of
next year.


The officer ran after Beacnum for a snort
distance, and used his Taser to take Beachum
into custody, according to the complaint.
After Beachum was secured in the officer's
patrol car, officers search the Explorer.
A Taurus .38 special was found "partially
protruding from under the driver's seat," the
officer reported.
Beachum is charged with carrying a con-
cealed weapon, being a felon in possession of
a firearm, resisting arrest without violence,
and driving without a license.
According to the Florida Department of
Corrections website, Beachum was sentenced
to prison in 2008 on a sex offense, and had
previous aggravated battery offenses on his
record.


The money for the project,
roughly $800,000, comes from
five previous grants from the
state's Small County Courthouse
Grant in Aid Fund.
The improvement plans call
.for a new pitched roof to replace
the old flat top, and the replace-
ment of multiple features on the
outside of the courthouse. It also
includes a ne\\ set of steps and
handrail supports leading up to
the courthouse.


illegally
STAFF REPORT 4
A Sneads
woman who
allegedly tried to
sneak into the Jenna M.
Jackson County McDaniel
jail to see her
boyfriend is back behind bars
herself.
Jenna Marie McDaniel, 23,
was charged with the criminal use
of personal identification after
she allegedly used her sister's
identification to get into the jail
as a visitor on Sept. 11.
McDaniel was barred from
entering the jail because she had
been incarcerated there herself
within the last 60 days. Jail regu-
lations have a 'six-month waiting
period for formerly incarcerated
persons to visit the facility.
McDaniel had been arrested
several weeks ago on a drug
charge stemming from a sweep-
ing Washington County narcotics
investigation.
Charged with possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription in that case,
See JAIL, Page 5A >


Chamber to ask county for Russ House options

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The future of the Russ House will be ,.'
discussed 'in a special meeting of the
Jackson County Commission - 'if the
commission agrees to such a session. IV '
Today, Chamber of Commerce,
CEO/President Art Kimbrough is expect-
ed to ask the commission to set the meet-
ing for 5 p.m. on Sept. 28, one hour ahead
of the regular commission session.
According to. Kimbrough, the cost of,
maintaining and insuring the Russ House
has escalated astronomically since it was
* restored and occupied by the chamber 12
years ago.
Kimbrough said that, at this point, its a
question of "having a chamber and no,
building, or a building with-no chamber" if
things do~t't change.
* Among the things he may propose is
having the county take ownership of the
building,.leasing space to the chamber and
possibly others.
Kimbrough said he's been told the coun-
ty could insure the building for far less
under its blanket policy than what the
chamber currently pays.
According to Kimbrough, the annual
cost of insurance for the chamber has risen
from $2,500 seven years ago to the current
premium of $25,000.
That cost, Kimbiough said, is "unsus- The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce is talking with the county commission about the future of the Russ House. The cham


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ber says it can't afford the insurance premiums on the building, and believes the county could get cheaper insurance for it. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan


Cast, set for season'sfirst play
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER Life Singers will be Cam -'.,
FLC,.'n ,,Tr, sF Wi rrTE Hitchcock and Alex .
Anderson.
Chipola Theater Director All but Jacob are theatre '"-q
Charles Sirmon has selected department students.
his cast for "Dearly Jacob works at the
Departed." Jackson County Coirthouse
The play is a comedy cen- as an administrative assis-
tered on a family, its dys- tant to hearing officer Wade
function and its community, Mer�er.P
after the death'of patriarch H h.. t V ,f d i ,


. . . .. . . . . -- W. . . .
Bud Turin.
Josh Tetow will put in .a
cameo appearance as the
deceased; Piper Williams
will play his wife Ranelle;
Matt Van Buren will play his
son Ray-Bud; Ashleigh
Stowe will be Lucille;
Griffin Smith will be Junior;
Kayla Todd will play
Suzanne; Deanna Harrison
will play Marguerite; Trey
McKay will play Royce; Joy
Wallace will play
Delightful; Austin Pettis
will be Rev. Hooker; Danuta
Jacob will be Veda; Blake
Collins will be Norval;
Diane Glaze will be'Nadine;
Chris Holloway will be
Clyde; and Madison Wester
will play Juanita. The Joy of


t ie c aracer, e., at, is an
elderly woman whose hus-
band is practically in a vege-
tative state. She spends all
her day giving him his med-
ication, his oxygen, and tak-
ing care of him in general.
She appears in one scene, at
the' wake of another
woman's husband. She and
the widow have a conversa-
tion that is both funny and
has a bit of a sting.
This isn't Jacob's first turn
in Chipola College theatre
productions.
In 2005, she had a lead
role in "All My Sons," and
had supporting roles in "I
Hate Hamlet" and "Grease."
She has also acted in
See PLAY, Page 5A >


Danuta Jackson won a role in the upcoming Chipola
College production of "Dearly Departed."- Mark
Skinner / Floridan


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The United States flag is raised before being low-
ered to half staff at the Campbellton Community
Center Saturday during a ceremony to honor
veterans and emergency personnel on the ninth
anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks. The
event was also a dedication ceremony for a new
flag pole, donated by Woodmen of the World.
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September 14 - Tuesday
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Jackson
Hospital, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 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.
in Marianna, will have a half-price clothing
sale, Sept. 2, 7, 9, 14 and 16. Shop hours are
Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
* The William Henry Milton Chapter No.
1039 of The United Daughters of the
Confederacy meets at'11 a.m. in Jim's Buffet
& Grill, Marianna.
* The Republican Club of Northwest
Florida meets at noon in Jim's Buffet and
Grill, Marianna. Speaking will be republican
candidates for local, state and national
offices including Clint Pate, Marti Coley,
Brad Drake, Steve Southerland, and via
Skype video conference, Rick Scott, Jennifer
Carroll, Pam Bondi and Marco Rubio. Public
welcome. Call 718-5411 or 352-4984.
* The Optimist Club of Jackson County
board meets at noon in First Capital, Bank,
Marianna. '
* The Autism Support Group for parents
and caregivers of children on the autism
spectrum meets the second Tuesday of each
month, 6-7:30 p.m. in the First Presbyterian
Church Fellowship Hall in Marianna (Clinton
Street entrance across from Hancock Bank).
Call 526-2430 or e-mail
alvarezmclure@yahoo.com..
* 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.
* Malone Elementary School hosts Parent
Orientation Nights, Sept. 14 and 16.
Tuesday: Kindergarten, 5:30 p.m.; 1st grade,
6 p.m.; and 2nd grade, 6:30 p.m. Childcare
available for children ages 4 and up in the
auditorium. No children in the rooms during
training. Call 482-9950.
* The Marianna One Stop Center presents
a free workshop, "Dressing for Success,"
5:30-6:30 p.m. for individuals, who would


like additional employability skills' or, a
refresher on the topic. Call 718-0326. .,
* Cottondale High School's School
Advisory Council meets at 6 p.m. Call 482--
9821.
* Jackson County Quilters Guild Marianna
Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m. in the First
United Methodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton
Street, behind the Marianna Post Office. Call
272-7068.
* The Families Building Better -Readers
workshop is 6 p.m. at the Evangel Worship
Center Fellowship Hall, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road-in Marianna. Learn valuable, skills for
helping your child become the best reader he
or she 'can be. Call Riverside Elementary
School, 482-9611.
* American Legion Post 100 convenes its
September meeting at 7 p.m. in the
American Legion Building, west side of
Agricultural Center parking lot, US Highway
.90 West, Marianna. Col. Jim Watkins will
present, "Vietnam 40 Years Ago and Today."
All veterans, are eligible for membership and
encouraged to attend with spouses. Dinner,
. provided to visiting. vets and spouses. The
Post meets the second Tuesday of each
month.
* Alcoholics Anonymous. (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

September 15 - Wednesday
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m..to 3 p.m.
* Jackson County Chamber of Commerce
invites the public, to'a kick-off event for its
September lecture series, 10. a.m. in Chipola
College's Jackson Hall. Florida League of
Cities Director of Membership Development
Lynn Tipton will discuss "Building
Citizenship in the Community: Back to
Basics." Open to the Public. Call 718-2213.
* The Marianna One Stop Center presents
a free workshop, "Budgeting," 10-11 a.m.
for individuals who would like additional
employability skills or a refresher on the.
topic. Call 718-0326.


* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
12-1 p.m. at the. First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia7St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

September 16 - Thursday
* St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.
in Marianna, will have a half-price clothing
sale, Sept. 2, 7, 9, 14 and 16. Shop hours are,
Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
* A short Tai Chi for Arthritis class will be
offered at the Jackson County Senior
'Citizens center, Sept. 2, 16 and 30, at 3:15
p.m. Regular Tai Chi for Arthritis classes are
held at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church every
Thursday at 5:30 p.m. Wear flat shoes and
loose, comfortable clothing. Cost: $5. Call,
557-5644.
*: The Breast Cancer Support Group meets
,at 5 p.m. in Jackson Hospital's ground-floor.
classroom, 4250 Hospital Drive, Marianna.
Group open to anyone who has or had breast
cancer or breast health issues.' No cost. Call
718-2661.
* The Jackson County School Board con-
venes its regular board workshop at 4 p.m. A
public hearing follows at 5:01 p.m. Call 482-
1200.
* Malone Elementary School hosts Parent
Orientation Nights, Sept. 14 and 16.
Thursday: 3rd grade, 5:30 p.m.; 4th grade, 6
p.m.; and 5th grade, 6:30 p.m. Childcare
available for children ages 4 and up in the
auditorium. No children in the rooms during
training. Call 482-9950.
* Jackson County NAACP meets, 5:30,p.m.
at 2880 Orange St., Marianna (behind Bryant
Enterprises). Call 482-3766, 569-1294.
* Jackson County Quilters' Guild Alford
Sit-n-Sew is the first and third Thursdays of
the month, 6-8 p.m. at the American Legion
Hall, Alford. Anyone interested in quilting or
sewing is welcome. Call 579-4146, 394-
7925.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion), 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room. Attendance limited to persons with
a desire to stop drinking.


'POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE suspicious 'incidents, one
The Marianna Police suspicious person, one
Department listed the fol- escort, one highway
lowing incidents for Sept. obstruction, one burglary,
12, the latest available three verbal disturbances,
report: Two accidents five fire calls, one power
without injuries, two sus- line down, 21 medical
picious vehicles, one sus- calls, seven burglar
picious incident, alarms, 15 traffic
one suspicious per- ,'--,- stops, two larceny
son, one highway z f-- --L- complaints, four
obstruction, one r- criminal mischief
escort, one burglary, CR'. 1ME complaints, one fol-
one verbal distur- - low-up investiga-
bance, three burglar tion, one littering com-
alarms, 19 traffic stops, plaint, three animal com-
one civil dispute, one plaints, one assist of
obscene/threatening another agency, three
phone call, one assault, public service calls and
one animal complaint, one worthless check
one property damage reported.
report and three public
service calls. JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
JACKSON COUNTY . FACILITY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE The following persons
The Jackson County were booked into the
Sheriff's Office and coun- county jail during the lat-
ty Fire/Rescue reported est reporting period:
the following incidents - Samuel Brown, 28,
for Sept. 12, .the latest 315 Quinn St., St. George
available report: One Island, driving under the
drunk pedestrian, one influence.
accident with injury, two - Daniel Perry, 47,
reckless drivers, two sus- 11383 Greenwell Road,
picious vehicles, three Baton Rouge, La., disor-


derly conduct, resisting
arrest without violence.
- Richard Stone, 31,
' 124 Mobile Ave.,
Altamonte Springs, hold
for Washington County.
- Rocael Lopez, 25,
5294 Brown St.,
Graceville, driving under
the influence, open con-
tainer, no valid driver's
license.
- Efrin Diaz, 25, 8010
Highway 2, Graceville,
tag attached not assigned,
no valid driver's license.
- Rolando Morales, 29,
8010 Highway .2,
Graceville, tag attached
not assigned, no driver's
license.
- Erica Schrader, 34,
. 5298 Hatcher Road,
Bascom, hold for
Columbia County.
- Brittany Bonnett, 18,
205 Meadow Drive,
Birmingham, Ala., driv-
ing while license sus-
pended/revoked, expired
tag.
- Lillian Brown, 38,
1018 St. Marks Road,
Bonifay, violation of
county probation.
- Curtis Lipford, 39,


5023 Wilbur Way,
Marianna, failure to appear.
- Kevin Ross, 18, 3898
Peanut Road, Cottondale,
battery (domestic vio-
lence).
- Martha Hicks, 61,
3108 Day Loop,
Marianna, worthless
checks.
- Lisa Amleh, 39, 2917
Albert St., Apt. A,
Marianna, driving while
license suspended/
revoked.
- Trashad Roberts, 19,
2833 Washington St.,
Marianna, possession of
controlled substance with
intent to distribute, pos-
session of less than 20
grams of marijuana, driv-
ing while license sus-
pended/revoked.
- Eric Hogans, 34, 4435
Dorothy Drive, Apt. 4,
Marianna, hold for Leon
County, three counts of
worthless checks.
- Robert Abbott, 19,
3070 Carters Mill Road,
Marianna, driving while
license suspended/
revoked.
- George Beachum, 25,
1171 4th Ave., Chipley,


no driver's license, carry-
ing a concealed firearm,
felon in possession of a
firearm, resisting arrest
without violence.
- Daniel 'Peterson, 3q,
1312 NE Miami Court,
Apt. 4, Miami, driving
while license
suspended/revoked-habit-
ual offender.
- Jason Pollock, 29,
2507 Carpenter Cemetery
Road, Grand Ridge, driv-
ing under the influence,
violation of county proba-
tion, driving while license
suspended/revoked.
- Charles Chaney, 32,
5700 Black Road,
Marianna, violation of
county probation.
- Jenna McDaniel, 23,
7606 Highway 90,
Sneads, violation of con-
ditional release, criminal
use of personal identity.
JAIL POPULATION: 265
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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Candidates for Tues. Republican Club meeting


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN West Florida today.
The candidates are Clint Pate,
Republican candidates for local, running for County Commission
state and national offices will District 2, Marti Coley, running for
speak to the Republican Club of state representative District 7,


Brad Drake, running for state rep-
resentative District 5, Steve
Southerland, running for
Congressional District 2, Rick
Scott, running for governor and


Jennifer Carroll, running for It.
governor, Pam Bondi, running for
attorney general and Marco Rubio,
running for U.S. Senate. Bondi,
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appear via video conference.
Today's meeting begins at noon
in Jim's Buffett & Grill in
Marianna. The public is welcome.
For more info, call 352-4984.


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CDA members who painted the tropical-themed quilt
being used for the group's current fundraiser show off
what will be one lucky winner's prize. Counter-clock-
wise from top left are Patsy Justice,, Mary Ellis
Baumann, Jeanette Joyner, .Bobbi Kimrey, JoAnn
DeVane, Susan Cummings, Ruth Edwards, Rachelle 1
Duprey, Gloria Guindon, Jeannette Horton and Judith
Reeder. Not pictured, Sandra Chiids, Norma Rahn,
Margaret Tiltey, Linda Sellers and Sandra Sullivan. -
Contributed photo/Kathy Johnson


Chattahoochee

Decorative

Artists to raffle

tropical quilt

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

The Chattahoochee
Decorative Artists group is
having its annual Arts and.
Crafts Boutique on
Saturday, Oct. 2,'9 a.m. to 3
p.m. Eastern at the
Chattahoochee RV Park
Clubhouse.
The club will have tickets
available for donations of
$1 each for a chance at an
heirloom, hand-painted
quilt, painted and pieced by
members of the club. Mary
Edenfield of Sneads did the',
quilting.
The CDA is a non-profit
group and a chapter of the
Society of Decorative
Painters. Its purpose is to
educate and promote the
arts.
Some of the CDA's phil-
anthropic projects have
included providing decorat-
ed memory boxes to hospi-
tals for parents who lose
their newborns; providing
treasure boxes to children
undergoing longterm hos-
pitalization; painting local
business storefront win-
dows for the Christmas hol-
idays; donating and main-
taining large planters of
flowers on the sidewalks of
downtown Chattahoochee;
and painting a large logo
sign for their local baseball
team, the Chattahoochee
Red Birds.
For quilt tickets, contact
Judith Reeder, 850-445-
6315, Ruth Edwvards, 229-
662-3020, or Patsy Justice,
850-326-7802.
Proceeds from the bou-
tique and quilt will be used
to further art education and
to fund CDA's philanthrop-
ic projects.
For more information
about the CDA or its proj-
ects, contact Sandra Childs,
club president, at 850-663-
4748.


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Aging gas pipe at risk
of explosion nationwide

of explosion natio Inwide


New drug-resistant

superbugs found

in three states
By MARILYNN MARCHIONE
AP MEDICAL WRITER
BOSTON - An infectious-disease nightmare is
unfolding: Bacteria that have been made resistant to
nearly all antibiotics- by an alarming new gene have
.sickened people in three states- and are popping up all
over the world, health officials reported Monday.
The U.S. cases and two others in Canada all involve
people who had recently received medical care in
India, where the problem is widespread. A British
medical journal revealed the risk last month in an arti-
cle describing dozens of cases in Britain in people
who had gone to India for medical procedures.
How many deaths the gene may have caused is
unknown; there is no central tracking of such cases.
So far, the gene has mostly been found in bacteria that
cause gut or urinary infections.
Scientists have long feared this - a very adaptable
gene that hitches onto" many types of common germs
and confers broad drug resistance, creating dangerous
"'superbugs."
"It's a great concern," because drug resistance has
been rising and few new antibiotics are in develop-
ment, said Dr. M. Lindsay Grayson, director of infec-
tious diseases at the University of Melbourne in
Australia. "It's just a matter of time" until the gene
spreads more widely person-to-person, he said.
Grayson heads an American Society for
Microbiology conference in Boston, which was
buzzing with reports of the gene, called NDM-1 and
named for New Delhi.
The U.S. cases occurred 'this year in people from
California, Massachusetts and-Illinois, said .Brandi
Limbago, a lab chief at the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention. Three types of bacteria were
.involved, and three different mechanisms let the gene
become part of them.
"We want physicians to look for it," especially in
patients who have traveled recently to India or.
Pakistan, she said.
What can people do?
Don't, add to the drug resistance-problem, experts
say. Don't pressure your doctors for antibiotics if they
say they aren't needed, use the ones you are given
properly, and try to avoid infections by washing your
hands.
The gene is carried by bacteria that can spread
-hand-to-mouth, which makes good hygiene very
important.
It's also why health officials are so concerned about-
where the threat is coming from, said Dr. Patrice
Nordmann, a microbiology professor at South-Paris
Medical School. India is an overpopulated country
that overuses antibiotics and has widespread diarrheal
disease and many people without clean water.


BY GARANCE BURKE AND
JASON DEAREN
AsSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS
-SAN BRUNO, Calif. -
An ominous theme has
emerged from the wreckage
of a deadly pipeline explo-
sion ih California: There are
thousands of pipes just like
it nationwide.
Utilities have been under
pressure for years to better
inspect and replace aging
gas pipes - many of them
laid years before the sub-
urbs expanded over them
and now are at risk of leak-
ing or erupting.
But the effort has fallen
short. Critics say the regula-
tory system is ripe for prob-
lems because the govern-
ment largely leaves it up to
the companies to do inspec-
tions, and utilities are reluc-
tant to spend the money
necessary to properly fix
and replace decrepit
pipelines.
"If this was the FAA and
air travel we were talking
about, I wouldn't get on a
plane," said Rick Kessler, a
former congressional staffer
specializing in pipeline
"safety issues who now
works for the Pipeline
Safety Trust, an advocacy
group based in Bellingham,
Wash.
Investigators are still try-
ing to figure out how the
pipeline in San Bruno rup-
tured and ignited a gigantic
fireball that torched one
home after another in the
neighborhood, killing at
least four people. Pacific
Gas, and, Electric Co., the
pipeline's, owner, said
Monday it has set aside up
to $100 million to help resi-
dents recover.
,Experts'say the California
disaster epitomizes the risks
that communities face with
old gas lines. The pipe was
more than 50 years old -
right around . the life
expectancy for steel pipes.


It was part of a transmission
line that in one section had
an "unacceptably high" risk
of failure.. And it was in a
densely populated area.
The blast was the ,latest
warning sign in a series of
deadly infrastructure fail-
ures in recent years, includ-
ing a bridge collapse in
Minneapolis and a steam
pipe explosion that tore
open a Manhattan street in
2007. The steam pipe that
ruptured was more than 80
years old.
The section of pipeline
That ruptured was built in
1956, back when the neigh-
borhood contained. only a
handful of homes.' It is a
scenario that * National
Transportation Safety
Board vice 'chairman
Christopher Hart has seen
play out throughout the
nation, as suburbs have
expanded.
"That's an issue we're
going to have to look on a
bigger scale - situations in


which pipes of some age
were put in before the dense
population arrived and now
the dense population is right
over the pipe," he said.
Thousands of pipelines
nationwide fit the same bill,
and they frequently experi-
ence mishaps. Federal offi-
cials have recorded .2,840
significant gas' pipeline
accidents since 1990, more
than a third causing deaths
and significant injuries.
"In reality, there is a
major pipeline incident
every other day in this coun-
try," said Carl Weimer,
Pipeline Safety Trust's
executive director. "Luckily,
most' of them don't happen
in populated areas, but you
still see too many failures to
think something, like this
wasn't going to happen
sooner or later."
Congress passed a law in
2002 that. required utilities
for the first time to inspect
pipelines that run through
heavily-populated areas. In


the first five years, more
than 3,000 problems. were
identified - a . figure
Weimer said underscores
the precarious pipeline sys-
tem.
Even when inspections
are done and problems
found, Kessler said, there is
no requirement for compa-
nies to say if or what kind of
repairs .were made.. And
Weimer added industry lob-
byists have since pushed to
relax that provision of the
law- so inspections could
occur once a decade or once
every 15 years.
Other critics complain
,that the pipeline plans are
drafted' in. secret with little
opportunity for the public to
provide speak out about the
process.
The Pipeline and
Hazardous Materials Safety
Administration is the feder-
al . regulatory arm that
enforces rules for the safe
operation. of the nation's
pipeline system.


Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5i059


S- - ,
Doug M.
Mercer

Doug M. Mercer, 67, of
Cypress passed away Spt-
urday, Sept. 11, 2010, at
Flowers . Hospital . in
Dothan, Ala.
He was born in Dellwood
and remained' a lifelong
resident of Jacksonf County.
Mr. Mercer loved his family
and took great pride in his
seven grandchildren. He
was a member of the Bap-
tist church and 'retired
from the Florida, Depart-
ment, of Corrections',
Apalachee Correctional In-
stitution. His leisure time
was spent fishing.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, Henry
Grady and Laura Queen
.Esther Mercer; and two
brothers, Colon arid Rubin
Mercer. .
Survivors include his 1pv-
ing wife of 43 years, Diane
Mercer of Cypress; two
sons, Douglas Wade Mer-
cer and wife Olivia of
Dellwood, and William La-
mar Mercer and wife Wan-
da of Lynn Haven; two
. daughters, Melisa Diane
Hartigan' and husband
Scott of Germany, and
Rhonda. Kay Thomas and
husband Jason of Grand
Ridge; brother Alva Mercer
and wife Edna of Dellwood;
sisters, Jearldene Hamilton
and husband Donald of
Grand Ridge, and Judy
Mercer of Dellwood;
sisters-in-law Helen Mer-
cer and Frieda Mercer,
both of Dellwood; and sev-
en grandchildren, Jonah,
Becca, Noah and Joshua
Mercer of Dellwood,
McKenna and Zac Hartigan
of Germany, and Whitney
Thomas of Grand Ridge.
Services for Mr. Mercer
will be Tuesday, Sept. 14, at
10 a.m. in the Welcome As-
sembly of God Church, the
Revs. Johnny Hamilton and
Willie Butler officiating. In-
T terment will follow in Cy-
press Cemetery.


The family received
friends 6 to 8 p.m.'Monday,
Sept. 13, at the Welcome
Assembly of God Church.
The family will be gather-,
ing at the home of Douglas
Wade Mercer, 3246
Dellwood-Cypress Road,
Marianna.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions, of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.

James & Sikes Funeral
Homes Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
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Patricia
"Elaine"
Shores
Daniels

Patricia "Elaine" Shores
Daniels, 65, of Marianna
died Sunday, Sept. 12,
2010, at her residence.
A native and lifelong resi-
dent of Jackson County,
she retired from the Jack-
son County School Board
as a paraprofessional.
Elaine was, a very talented
musician, singer and artist.
She was a member of the
Assembly of God church.
She is survived by her
husband, William Terry
Daniels; one son, DeWayne
Craig Daniels and wife.
Penny of Cottondale; two
daughters, Sheila Daniels
McClure and husband
Hoyt, and Michele Daniels
Chafin and husband John,
all of Marianna; brothers
Sidney D. Shores Jr. and
wife Cathleen, Stephen
Shores, and Wallace Shores
and wife Terri; sisters Cece-
lia Johnson of Smyrna, Ga.,
Janie Annunziata and hus-
band Andy of Dothan, Ala.,
and Gwen Hodges and
husband Sam ' of
Cottondale; seven grand-
children; and one great-
grandchild.
The funeral service will
be Wednesday, Sept. 15, at
10 a.m. at Maddox Chapel,
the Revs. Ellis Vickery and
Russell Pettis officiating.
Burial will follow in Vickery
Cemetery, James & Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends Tuesday, Sept. 14, 6
to 8 p.m. at James & Sikes
Maddox Chapel.


Jail . Continued From Page 1A


McDaniel was arrested by Jackson her visitation and sent her to main
County law enforcement on behalf of housing, he 'remembered "a notice
the neighboring county. She was held that advised jail staff that she might,
briefly in the Jackson County jail. possibly attempt this," according to
According to the police complaint the arrest affidavit. The officer '
connected to her most recent! arrest, .checked the notice and notified the
McDaniel, allegedly went 'to the jail sheriff's office after realizing the per-
on Sept. 11 because she wanted to son he let in was -'actually Jenna
visit Joseph Hall,, a man she later NlcDaniel. - ,
described as her fiance. . The officer, subsequently confront-
She presented a Florida driver's 'ed McDaniel in the presence of a'
license and was entered in the visita- . Marianna Police 'Department officer,
tion log as Allison McDaniel. It turns according to the complaint. Officials
out-the license belonged her her sis-. say she admitted who she was, and
ter, authorities said. . , said that she used her sister's identifi-
After the' officer in charge granted cation "in order to bypass jail policy


and be granted visitation," according
to, the complaint.
McDaniel allegedlywent on to say
Hall was her fiance and that she
entered the jail because he was going
to' prison' "and she would not be
allowed to, '.see him others ise,''
according to the complaint. .i�
Officials said they '.determined
there u as also an outstanding warrant
for McDaniel's.arrest.. ' ,
. , She was taken'into custody for vio-
lation of conditional release/order to
show cause, inr addition to the, charge!
of criminal use of personal identifica-
'tion.


Russ " Continued From Page 1A

tainable" on the chamber's budget. . to the private sector, but we have to find.
Annual fundraisers and other efforts to some way of sustaining it. If the chamber
pay for the insurance through alternative were to deed it over 'to the county, that
means just don't generate enough, he said. might be a way to get the insurance cover-
"Located on Lafayette Street in age cut down to very little, and keep the
Marianna, "it's the most photographed house in the public sector for.people to
building in the county, and it's a commu-, enjoy."
nity treasure," 'Kimbrough said. "We do Kimbrough said he expects this idea to'
not want to be in the position of selling it .be one of the options discussed.


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Chipley's Spanish Trail
Playhouse productions, and
directed "The Curious
Savage" there this spring.
Jacob's husband, Scott,'
helps her run lines at home.
Another family member
was responsible for first
getting her on stage '22
years ago when the family
lived in Vermont.
Daughter Julie was 15
back then, and wanted to
audition for "Bye, Bye,
Birdie." She asked her
mother to audition with her,
and both wound up getting
roles.
Jacob said she's not sure
her daughter even knew
that for years she'd had a
quiet longing for the stage.
As a youngster she had
to work after school, so
Jacob had never been able
to participate in extracur-


ricular activities.
Theater had always been
of interest to her, though,
and she found in "Bye, Bye
Birdie" that the reality of
performing for a live audi-
ence was just as exciting as
she imagined.
She's been hooked ever
since, and believes the arts
like theater are vital.
"I feel like it helps peo-
ple in so many ways, in
more ways than they can
imagine. It's a shame when
they cut it from the school
systems," Jacob said. "It's
good for the audience, and
good for the people on
stage. (As an actor) you
have the license to do and
say things you'd never do
in life. When you can share
that with people and help
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6A - Tuesday, September 14, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


NATIONAL


Imam: Mosque site is not 'hallowed ground'


By JENNIFER PELTZ
ASSOCIATED PREss WRITER
NEW YORK - It is two blocks
from ground zero, but the site ofa
proposed mosque and Islamic center
shouldn't be geen as "hallowed
ground" in Ai neighborhood that also or
contains a strip club and a betting
parlor, the cleric leading the effort
said Monday. Making an ardent case
for the compatibility of Islam and
American values, Imam Feisal
Abdul Rauf reiterated that he is
searching for a solution to the furor
the project has created. But he left
unanswered exactly what he had in
mind.
If anything, Rauf only deepened
the questions around the project's
future, telling an audience at the
Council on Foreign Relations think Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, right, executive director of the Cordoba
tank that he was "exploring all exec ati thecouion
options" -- but declining to specify Initiative, is embraced as e arrives at the Council on Foreign
them - while also arguing that a Relations, on Monday in New York. Rauf is now in the midst of-a
high-profile site is necessary to get polarizing political, religious and cultural debate over his plans for.a
across his message of moderate multi-story Islamic center that will feature a mosque, health club and
Islam. theater about two blocks north of ground zero in New York. - AP
While opponents of the project Photo/Craig Ruffle
see it as insulting the memories of
the thousands killed by Muslim businesses. "So let's clarity~ that trade center.
extremists in the 2001 terrorist misperception." "I just think he's being very
attacks, Rauf said he doesn't see the Some Sept. 11 victims' families insensitive to say it's not hallowed
spot as sacred memorial space. and others view the proposed ground because of who's occupying
"It's absolutely disingenuous, as mosque site -- in a building.dam- the buildings," said Jim Riches, a
many have said, that that block is aged by debris from the attacks - former New York City deputy fire
hallowed ground,'.' Rauf said, noting as very much part of the terrain of chief whose son, Jimmy, was killed
the nearby exotic dance and betting death and sorrow surrounding the at the trade center. "The strip club


didn't murder my son."
The project has become a flash-
point for worldwide debate about
Islam's place in America nine years
after the Sept. 11 attacks. The con-
troversy has colored the fall cam-
paign season and cast a shadow on
this past weekend's commemoration
of the attacks, with supporters and
opponents of the mosque project
holding rallies nearby.
Rauf said a project meant to foster
understanding has become unruly
mired in conflict and what he
described as misconceptions of a
fundamental clash between Islamic
and American values.
The Kuwait-bom Rauf said his
own faith had been shaped by the
sense of choosing one's identity that
American society provided, com-
pared with the Muslim milieu from
which he emigrated in 1965.,
"I'm a devout Muslim ... and I'm
also a proud Amferican citizen," said
Ratif, noting that he was naturalized
in 1979 and has a niece serving in
the U.S. Army. "I vote in elections. I
pay taxes. I pledge allegiance to the
flag. And I'm,a Giants fan."'
He said the Islamic center's
organizers were surprised and sad-
dened by the uproar and might not
have pursued it had they known
what was coming. But he declined
to detail any strategy for quieting the
clamor- or say % whether that might
include mo% ing the project.


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BP claim czar considers making key concession


BY HARRY R. WEBEiR
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
HOUMA, La. - The
administrator of the $20 bil-
lion compensation fund for
victims of the Gulf-oil spill
said Monday he might
waive the cufrent require-
ment that wages earned
from helping out in the
cleanup be subtracted from
people's spill claims.
Doing so would be a key
concession following strong
criticism from residents
about the claims process.
Meanwhile Monday, BP
crews resumed drilling the
final 50 feet of.a relief well
meant to allow them to per-
manently seal the blown-out
well in the Gulf of Mexico.
John Wright, who's leading
drilling efforts aboard the
Development Driller III ves-


sel, told The Associated
Press in an e-mail that the
operation had resumed. BP*
said crews started drillihg at
1:40 p.m. CDT.
BP and the government
have said it would take
about four days from the
time crews started drilling
' again to intersect the blown-
out ,well. Once the relief
well intersects the blown-
out well, crews will pump in
mud and cement to perma-
nently seal the well. .
- At the town hall meeting
in Houma, La., fund czar
Kenneth Feinberg told hun-
dreds.of people who packed
a convention center that he
is reconsidering the require-
ment that cleanup wages be'
subtracted from claims. He
said he understands the loud
concerns raised by people
who are still hurting.


"I'm taking it under
advisement," Feinberg said.
"The last time I said, no
, way,.I'm-deducting it. Now,
it's open for discussion."
The April 20 rig explo-
sion killed '11 workers and
led to 206 million gallons of
oil spewing from BP PLC's
undersea well into the Gulf
of Mexico. The flow of
crude was first stopped by a
cap placed atop the well in
mid-July., Glenn Poche, a
61-year-old shrimper from
Lafitte, La., said after the,
town hall- meeting with
Feinberg that he felt like he
had more questions than,
answers about why he only
received a $600 emergency
payment for six months. He
said he was making thou-
sands each month from his
business before the waters
he worked in were shut


down because of the spill.
"He gave me $3.30 a day
to live on," Poche said. "I
can't pay my bills."
Like other people at the
forum, Poche said he
believes it is unfair for
claims evaluators to give
payments based on 2009
Wages when shrimp prices
were lower last year than
they have been in 2010.
Feinberg told those gathered
that several types of finan-
cial documents could be
used to show income, not
just 2009 tax returns.
Feinberg. also said, he
would consider giving peo-,
ple in certain situations' a
supplemental payment after
their emergency paN ment
Currently, people are getung
an emergency payment and
then, down the road, a lump-
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Marianna wins three of four Dolpins


BY SHELIA MADE ,
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School Lady Bulldogs
volleyball team. participated in a" 12-team
tournament Saturday in Chipley, winning
three of the four matches they played.
The Lady Dawgs had- an early morning
matchup against county rival Graceville, and
wasted no time in taking care of business.
They won the first game 25-15, followed by a
25-20 victory giving them the match.
Rocky,Bayou gave Marianna a run for its
money, with Game One being forced to over-
time. Marianna came out on top 27-25 and
took the match with a 25-21 win in the second
game.
Marianna had revenge in mind in their third
match-up of the day After a devastating loss
on Thursday night in district action against
Walton, the Lady Bulldogs were eager to
prove their talent against their rival. After
falling in the first game 23-25, the Lady
Bulldogs took it to overtime to pull out a 30-
28 win and force a third game. Game Three
was all Marianna, as they came out on top 15-
6.
The wins put the Lady Bulldogs in the
championship game against Blountstown.
Marianna fell in the first game 23-25, before
bouncing back to take the second game 25-
21. Game three went into overtime, with
Blountstown 'narrowly defeating Marianna
16-14 to win the tournament.
Marianna was led in serves by Michelle
Bassin, who had 32 serves and 15 aces, fol-
lowed closely by Eron Milton with 32 serves
and seven aces. Also on the board with 32
serves was Hali Stout, who notched six aces.
Ciara Ham tallied 21 serves and 10 aces while
Meaghan Hinson picked up 19 serves and
three aces. Cacye Griffin was on the board
with 15 serves and,three aces.
. Defensively, Hinson led the Lady Bulldogs
with 30 spikes and 26 kills, followed by
Milton with 27 spikes and 17 kills. Ham
recorded. 20 spikes with five kills, while
Bassin had 13 spikes and six kills. Griffin
picked up 10 spikes and seven kills. " -
Marianna was scheduled to take on
Bonifay Monday night at home. Results of
those games were not available at press time.
Tuesday night, the Lady Bulldogs will host
Liberty County with tip off for junior varsity
at 5 p.m. and varsity at 6 p.m.


Marianna's Michelle Bassin sets up a spike at a recent game. Marianna won three of four
matches at a 12-team tournament. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


OTT tO


best start


in 5 years
BY STEVEN WINE
AP SPORTS WRITER
DAVIE - The Miami
Dolphins are off to their best start
in five years.
All it took was one win.
A fast getaway was .a point of
emphasis by coach Tony Sparano
throughout training camp, and
when the countdown clock hang-
ing all summer in the locker room
reached 0:00, the Dolphins were
ready - ready enough to beat
Buffalo, at least.
With a 15-10 win, Miami is 1-
0 for the first time since 2005.
'For Sparano, the glow lasted a
couple, of minutes.
"On my way in from the field
yesterday to the. locker room, I
was thinking, 'OK, how do we
get to 2-0?'" he said Monday.
The answer: win Sunday at
Minnesota. (0-1). The game
marks the start of a daunting
stretch for the Dolphins, who
might be underdogs in their next
seven games.
"Any time you get the taste of
victory the first week, it's going
to boost your confidence," cor-
nerback Jason Allen said. "We're
even more hungry to have that
taste again."
The Dolphins earned few style
points in their opener. Ani antici-
pated increase in offensive fire-
power never materialized, and
instead Miami won 'with a grind-
ing ground game and a defense
that dominated the Bills' woeful
offense.
' "Now we have a bigger thing

See DOLPHINS, Page 6B >


Lady Hornets split weekend matches


BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Cottondale Lady Hornets volleyball team
struggled with a loss on the road at Bozeman
Thursday, before bouncing back with a home win
against Bethlehem Friday.
In Friday night's matchup agaJnst Bethlehem, the'
Lady Hornets won in donunating fashion in three
sets, 25-14, 25-8 and 25-5.
Haley Boggs led the team with 20 service points,
five aces and 34 assists, followed by Kylee Cross
with 13 service points, including five aces. Chelsea
Caudillhad seven service points, three digs. 13
assists and three kills. .Maggie Braxton' recorded
seven service points,,eight assists and two kills.
On defense, Shay Wright had six kills, while
Katie Mosier and Brittany Shores both had four
digs.
In junior.varsity action, the Lady Hornets fell in
two sets, 22-25 and 12-25. Sue Ellen Mosier led the
team with eight service points. Kayla Lathan had
seven service points..
In Thursday' night's game against Bozeman, the
Lady Hornets took it to five games before the match
was decided. Cottondale won the first game 25-19,
before falling 18-25 in Game Two. Game Three was
an overtime 26-24 win for the Lady Hornets, with
the fourth game going to Bozeman, 18-25. The fifth
and-decisive game went to Bozeman again, 11-15.
Haley Boggs fed Cottondale with -17, service
points, 55 assists, four kills and five digs. Chelsea
Caudill had 15 service points, four aces, eight digs,
and six kills, followed by' Kylee Cross, with ten
service points and five aces. Kourtnie-Richardson
See COTTONDALE, Page 6B �


Haley Boggs serves for Cottondale Friday against
Bethlehem..The Lady Hornets won in three sets.


BCF senior Ryan Kirk was the low scorer during tryouts for the
Baptist College of Florida's 2010-2011 golf team. -Contributed
photo


Baptist College of Florida

golf team announced


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Tryouts for the Baptist College
of Florida's NCCAA golf team
were completed Aug. 28. BCF
senior Ryan Kirk from Colquitt,
Ga., was the low scorer, with a
36-hole score of 168. He was fol-
lowed closely by sophomore
Jacob Patillo from Clayton, Ala.,
at 172, and freshman Justin
Rickerd from Live Oak at 174.
Other players making the team
were Robert Govoni, Garrett
Durham, Caleb McGee, and
Nathan Dobbs. The team is
scheduled to play in four tourna-
ments this fall against NCCAA
-Southeast Region schools.
On Sept. 18, the BCF golfers


compete in a three-team match in
Tifton, Ga. against .Christian
Clearwater College and Taccoa
Falls College. The match will be
held at the Country Club of South
Georgia.
The NCCAA regional tourna-
ment in Oct. 2-4 in Easley, S.C.,
and will feature eight or nine
teams from across the southeast-
ern United State. On Oct. 16,
BCF returns to Tifton, Ga. for
another three-team match. And
on Oct. 30, BCF competes in a
two-team match in Dothan, Ala.
The BCF golf team hopes to be
more competitive,this year, espe-
cially with the opening of its on-
campus driving range and prac-
tice facility.


Shay Wright returns the ball during
Skinner/Floridan
T


Cottondale's victory Friday against Bethlehem. -Mark


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He won't make you happy
,Dear Annie: I am 52 and have been married I probably should get out. I am devastated to
for 32 years, most of which have been platon- think of losing Darren for good, but it is also
ic. We've stayed together for the sake of the scary to think about giving up my ,home and
children, who now live on their own. My hus- security for something so uncertain'. How do I
band and I get along. fairly well, but I have no muster the courage to break off with someone
feelings for him, and there is no chance of that I love? - In Turmoil in Lancaster, Pa.
changing. Dear Lancaster: The excitement and
For the past eight years, I have been involved escapism of your affair allowed you to over-
with "Darren," a man I am crazy about. He look the controlling, unpleasant aspects of
knew from the beginning that I wouldn't leave Darren's character. Now that you can be avail-
my husband until all my children were able as a committed partner, you are seeing him
out of the house. Now he is put- more clearly. He will not make you happy. You
ting pressure on me to begin, have managed to tie up both your
divorce proceedings. But I am husband and boyfriend in unful-
uncertain about a future with _ filling relationships. Have the
Darren. He is controlling and e decency to stop dangling
has a quick temper and a total ' Darren on a hook, and let him
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afraid he will cause friction no alternative that will work out
with my children, and I am not better.
willing to jeopardize my rela- Dear Annie: This is in
tionship with them. response to "Losing Money,"
Darren also runs hot and cold. We get \who asked if parents should
along great when it is just the two of us, pay for missed music lessons.
but when other people are involved or If you- skipped a doctor's
when life takes a turn, he becomes difficult appointment, you would be
because he is unable to adjust to even minor , charged. She has to treat this as any profes-
adversity. He also is jealous and suspicious sional business. I began charging for lessons
of everything I do and say, although I've given by the month, payable the first week of the
him no reason. He pops into my office when- month. Students would receive a credit only if
ever he wants, sometimes causing trouble with they contacted me 24 hours prior to a missed
co-workers. . lesson. Once I established this policy, parents
Darren has participated in counseling at my were much more diligent about showing up. -
urging, but he only attended a few sessions. I B.
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BRIDGE


Kenneth Grahame, a Scottish author who wrote "The Wind in
the Willows," said, "The strongest human instinct is to impart
information; the second strongest is to resist it."
At the bridge table, everything, even a pass, imparts informa-
tion, but many players resist benefiting from it - as the declar-
er in today's deal. You are in three no-trump. West leads the heart
king: What would be your line of play? West opened with a weak
two-bid, showing a decent six-card suit and 5-10 high-card
points. West did well to lead a heart. If he had chosen a spade,
declarer'would have immediately played on clubs to generate
nine tricks: two spades, one heart, one diamond and five clubs.
Now, though, it was not so easy, because dummy's entry to the
long clubs had been dislodged. South won the third round of
hearts, then played four rounds of clubs. East, after winning the
last, shifted to his spade 10. Declarer won and played a diamond
to dummy's queen, but East scooped up the trick with his king
and led his second spade. South went down one.
South's thinking that West might have the diamond king
showed his resistance to the information available. West surely
had the queen-jack of spades, and he had produced three heart
honors. He could not also have the diamond king; otherwise, he
would have opened one spade. East was ripp for an endplay. At
trick four, declarer should have played a spade to his hand. Then
he could have cashed his long heart and second top spade before
playing four rounds of clubs. East would have had to lead away
from his diamond king for plus one, not minus one.


North
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SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
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hunches could be a big trump
card when played.
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ed.
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by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
Today's clue: J equals X
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ALLEY OOP BY JACK AND CAROLE BENDER


ALLEY OOP BY JACK AND CAROLE BENDER


Cow & BOY BY MARK LEIKNES


AFTER 6IVIN9 UP THE CROWN
SKING GUOZ AND QUEEN UMPA
HAVE LEFT THE CAPITAL OF MOO!
OOP WIZER AND FOOZY ALL OF
WHOM HAVE HAD EXPERIENCE
RULING MOO IN'THE PAST, HAVE,
PASSED ON TAKING ON THE JOB!.
Is ITHI THE .END OF MOO? CAN
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General 3/2,2/2 inC'dale-board tower. 350mag maybe used 12 25,000 BTU Air Cond5 C/rDe1t4 $ 850-e t-Brre l 209-2422
Marquis Engagement nno pets3 , CH/A $325 300h liKe new times, asking tioner w/remote $150 CedarDresser shape for 2 New $20
Ring. 1/3 Ct W4/1/2505$26,000. 334-470-8454 $27,450. Call Mike 850-762-1983 w/mirror & chest of GE Microwave Oven, (850) 5 4f- Sur Dnct ie
match edin r$800450 850-258-1594 Idrawers $150 good 22x16, old but work- Retails for $70 Peticoat size fits
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Heavy Equipment Cottondale. $450. mo mot with c trailed i e m $753186 Townhouse Barn kept covered 0 Baker $30 850-569-
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relestte garb/lawn incl. $325- - Archery Equipment ox $125 850569 - 850-526-3426
$600 Joyce Riley Real a Craftsman Design Bow, case, stand, 7pm 2194 2507 Washer & Dryer, hvy
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response from iinda.da 5Roommates- I 6.1acres ments $30 386 shampooer $45850- mirror with oak trim $500 (850)573-0598 I7
wtho ill sell yowur aima 6Rfr B.:p Slate & tile Townhouse Dr. 866-1700 $20 (850)482-8310 4 Winchester 30-30
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Concord Coachman Your Home away BUICK '91 Lesabre, 6 "
'05 Motor Home. from Home '01 cl . for parts. good . - -a Chevy 19 Impala Datson 78 280Z 2-dr. Ford '04 Mustang
23' long 2700 mi. Aultimate Freedom trare rmgor mo . ~ o. ue Ev. . Ima, a white, needs some Convertible Cloth
Take over payments. 40 ft. Winnebago 1 030 33..695.&40 . S.. Clul,.-,, Hal.- . f. ' work.he $1000.334-693- Top 106K Mo. n ibeoth
850-593-5103 ownergargekept 334 657c.4971 or 3978 OBO 50 od 400HP See-
only 54K mi. Kitchen 334 i93-1 034 . Do than Leion Lot
Cruise Master LE,'05, & iving rm w/slide Chevy '?6 Impala. 35, , We--tgate PvAy
36ft workhorse chas- with luxurious leath- --:mall block I all" JN 3341-347-54.10 Lv Msg
sis 8.1 gas engkme, er seating. Spacious Chewolet '71 El new parts, block - , - - Ford 06' Focus SES 4- Ford 1998 Mustang
n. 3 sSAT, 2 TV, 2 mode / side X side CminoGoocond. bored 60 over new dr. red, auto, leather, Silver, powerdoors,
A/C, auto leveling, R frig, dishwasher, Dodge 06 Charger Needs minor work. flow master exhaust -sun roof, spoiler, like windows, & seats,
cam. Roadmaster washer & dryer & a 22K, loaded, A MUST $5500 OBO 334-699 system, platinum new 50K mi.$8,900 Leather. Good tires,
tow/brake system, comfortable Q bed SEE!!!' $17,000. Firm 1366 or 797-6925 everything (plugs, Ford 03' Expedition, OBO 334-389-3071 or CD player, 134k $3850
'05 Jeep Wrangler King dome in motion Call 334-447-2147 Ch ' Impala tan wires etc. $3500 *Chevy 81' Corvette Eddie Bauer edition, 334-726-9500 Call 334-791-6485
Unlimited, 41k mi, satellite & more pow- or 334-464-5413 in color 68,200K mi. 1 850209-7051 Red, Auto, Mirrored fully loaded, tan Ford '10 Fusion White if interested.
Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k er than you will need MECURY LATE '70's owner, good cond. Tops, 52K mi. New Corvette'81 leather, moon roof, 4-dr 6 way P.S. P.L. Grand Marquis Meek
w/jeep, $60k without w/ 350 Cummings 85HP w/power trim $6,500. 850-526-5832 Tires, Calipers, Automatic 350 CD & DVD player, all p.W. Satallite radio cuGrand'93 ooksand
jeep, both in great Diesel eng. Onan die- cables/wiring, new or 850-209-0202 Brakes &'Shocks. Automatic 30 options, 90k miles 4,635 mi. Must see & cury 93 L looks an
cond. selling due to sel generator, only ears & water Garage kept. $13,500. (Silver) sell as is $11,499.334-435-0786 drive. Full Warranty! runs good. med blue,
health. 850-352-2810 $98,495. So Much 900 251-599-5127 ' OBO 334-596-2376 - $4900. OBO _334-792-5716 good tires. $2000
Mor!! You must come 334-774-1915 , 334-493-1248
" ' 1261 4 or 6,0 636.1703 Tires? Don't Pay Full _ 0 Honda'03 AccordEX
32fwork horse gas 6 Travel Traile Price Shop Deal eng. 4+3 Man trans. blue, Corvette 8' Stingray V. White w/tan thr
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eng., 35K miles, no for sale, self con- for Sale All Auto! Beautiful Avaiable.Estate Estate Sale.$10k OBO new cond. $11,500. Automatic, Loaded 152Kmiles Loaded! Exc. Cond. 73K mi.
smoking, slide, tainted 334-793-4438 Red $13,700 Sale. $14,500 OBO Serious inquiries OBO 334-618-9322 or 65k miles, Like New! $4,000 OBO A/C, Sunroof $8000
awning, 2 TV's, 2 or 334-793-4448 334-792-0394 352-219-7370 Only 352-219-7370 334-596-1790 $8,500 334-790-7959 706-761-2089 334-347-4990
AC s, generator
$63,000 334-775-7548 5th '06 Fleetwood 2-
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Damon 2000 Ultra Silveado 250 trinork
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diesel 12K mi slide, pay e ff$ o - fo 36.000IAT e
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m7787 or 706 6815630 Keystone Cougar 01' -
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Fleetwood Bdr '07 out. CHA. micrn 2010 Toyota'107
3-sid, loaded CH&A wave. TV. am I Cm d Camry $17.500. Super
fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 radi;o, $10.000. dee at whrte. Auto, CD,
gas, 5,900 mi.$100k Alabama Wldo Iwod crui c. Tilt Wheel.
OBO 334-898-1201 camp around in 22.000 miles. keyies
Dalevirle. 334.-598 entry. Super clean in
Monoco Knight '06, 4695 or 334. 791-8363 scde & out. No dents.
Save $25K or more. 334-793-7431 Cell
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 334-805 53 17.
mi, many upgrades tiPsp0 0n 9' Mer CuryGrand
$159,700. 850-866- ---- 99' Mercury Grand
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REDUCED Montana leather, all power,
'05 5th Wheel, 4 keyless entry, tinted, Electrical Service LawnLaPestControl PowerWashingRoofing Self Storage
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Lite 26ft.,fully and UVW of 3844 lbs Blue w/tan leatherYa *e1Remodels K dl rettl R OoS 1G A
loaded, like new, Easy to pull. Over- 45k mi, one owner, KRedalllsorbertTU'Sr V CoomeroTalleaCustom1 T0ri o160% FINAIN AVAILE
low mileage $42K size -shaned di- No paint work,
OBO 334-616-6508 nette that slides out. $15,900 rk FREE ESTIMATES 4571 Bellamy Bridge Rd I ARDWARE o af W Indows Locally Maniufactured 32 Years in Business
nete b e s ov 334-685-6233 Llc# ER13014408 Marianna, FL 32446 BMarianndednM4 W
Scenic Cruiser 37 ft. Queen bed. Moving NoContractsREquired 850-594-7312 MBonded
by Gulf Stream 99' andmustsell. v Bmw 2000 Z3 5-speed ,1Cell: 850-573-1493 Sneads 593-5501 (334) 797-13271E s
Immaculate cond. (334)300-1122 darkblue, leather,
loaded w/ options $9,900.00 new tires, garage G
must see!l Dothan kept, 77k miles Auto&Cycle Bulldozing Handyman Services Law
$49,500. 334-603-3397 I - , $10.000. CallSevces
Sm lCadillac '94Seville Lighthouse .NEVVT ~ POLE
1SLS100K mi. all pow- Addicted to Alcohol, Specalizing In
er. new tires. $2.5 00 .tOpiates, Heroin, BARN KITS Rseta
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S Jeep '98 Wrangleor CALL 3P4-693-5503 E ELPl Commercial Business
Winnibego 02' Md29B w lift kit, dck cepek Chevrolet '02 aGraderinPang CSINGFLOO0RS LUR URE CallNewVision:850-8-a
Minnie, 30ft. self con- wheelsBFGires, Corvette.Gara e SUMERTIIE * Excavator *GARASEMCLEAN INP*GUTTENRs 2845 Own0er/pnrator
tires k neww Ihard ft tops, et very good con- A/C SERICE Dum .drc Insured . CLEANUP.UTTERS M ARIANNA Owner/Operator
digital ant. & flat 334-796-7218 haust. $15,000. Must c[Bulldozeron 'WIRELESETErUPAvalable 24Rt
screen TV & micro- see. 334-798-4346. F ta E PLTE N UC ox unit located at Jacksonl notysr donebat
wave, great cond. Aviation CHEVROLET '08 Demolition FreeEstimates "THE HONEY-DO PRO" Hospital in Marianna, FL III ffrdabe prices-
w/car tow dolly Corvette convertible, 2900 BoN n * Debris Removal 850-272-6412 We Accept: Insurance, Med- Will beat any price 109/!
$33,000.334889r4489t Black, loaded, exc. * cnJoR lr mate icaid, Medicare & Self Pay.A Contact Number:
$cond., garage kept 850J482-4594' Retention Ponds ihservice127@omaacaom All Calls are Confidenital Cell - 850-557-2398
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foHarley Davidson '95 Yamaha - 2005, 350 Longhorn 05 Horse FORD '07 F150 Super OF BEGINNING, cans with Disabilities the administrative LF15082
Honda '07 Accord Lowrider 36K ml Bruin 4 Wheeler, trailer like new, cab, 4x4, 4dr, 156K THENCE SOUTH Act, if you are a per- hearing process is
Coupe EXL, Black w Exc.cond. 1340 cc front wrench good 2-horse slant, pad, miles, fully loaded 00*44'05" WEST FOR son with a disabity designed to formu- NOTICEOF
w/bik leather, sun- engine, spare seat condition $2,000 tack room, electric pearl white, $16,90., 246.92 FEET, THENCE who needs any ac- late agency action. SHERIFF'S SALE
roof, XM radio, 44k $5500 334-984-2044 (334)790-0976 brakes, $3500. OBO 334-685-0846 SOUTHWESTERLY commodation in or- Accordingly, the De-
mi, 0 gunslinger7788@hot Call850-588-488397.14 FEET ALONG der to participate in apartment's final, ac- NOTICE is hereby
mi, 4 cy, $14,500 Honda 04 Helix gunslinger7788@hot Call 850588-4883 FORD 2005 Sport Trac THE ARC OF A CURVE this proceeding, you tion may be different given that pursuant
334-685-6233 scooternda 04 Helix mail.com Peanut Combine XLT, 57K, loaded, drk CONCAVE SOUTH- are entitled, at no from the position to a writ of execution
6 Volkswagon-'06 Jetta matic, garage kept, ** � 4-Row Amadas red two tone grey, ex EASTERLY, HAVING A cost to you, to provi- taken by it in this No- issued in the Circuit
- UTO TDI. Gre w/gray cover & helmet, 9k ," '.., Magnumlorce. Field condition. $17,800. RADIUS OF 130.00 sions of certain as- tice. Persons whose Court of Jackson
Ithr.diesel, sunroof, $2800. Call 677-7815 Ready. $12,000 334- OBO. 334-692-4572 FEET AND A CENTRAL distance. Please con- substantial interests County, Florida, on
Honda 07 Fit sport heated seats, alum. 585-5877; 334-726- ANGLE OF 42*48'47", tact the Court Ad- will be affected by the 26th day of Janu-
loaded, less than wheels, sat radio 40 1667; 334-585-5349 THENCE NORTH ministrator at 4445 any decision of the ary 2010 in the cause
40K, $13,200 0S mpg. 120K mi $11,800 Y Tractor 00 Kubota 42399" WEST FOR Lafayette Street, Ma- Department with re- wherein Wakulla
33440 ys 334-685-6233' Yama VStarlOOcc M120DT4x4w/ 383.80 FEET, THENCE rianna, FI 32446, guard to the applica- Bank was plaintiff
334-588-3658 nights classic, pearl white & Kubotaloader 120hp SOUTH 89*50'52" Phone No, (850)482- tion have the right to and Timothy William
S Volvo '07 S40, i silver, Mustang seat, LA1601 (cabfire) 3100 EAST FOR 351.69 9552 within 2 work- petition to become a Beauchamp is the de-
S white, newtires, light bar, saddle hrs. oringinaltires Ford F 150.351W FEET TO THE POINT ing days of your re- party to the proceed- fendant, being Case
cd 66Kmile 1500. a bags, gar. kept like , engne fuel lei, ew A. C OF BEGINNING. ceipt of this notice or ing. The petition Number 09-222-CA, I,
l condition. $15500., '06,250 Rebel new. 5,000 mi. $5100. tanks ok. $11,500. or brakes, runs great, A.K.A. LOT 3, BLOCK leading; if you are must conform to the Louis S. Roberts, III
334-791-2726 Great condition. Runs 334-696-5531 nights trade for tractor. $4400 OBO 850-592- Q OF THE UNRE- hearing impaired, requirements speci- As Sheriff of Jackson
great $2000. obo 850-212-6964 2815 CORDED SUBDIVI- call 1-800-955-8771 fled above and be County, Florida have
334-701-1707 Scooters/Moeds Fod 89 Br . un850-212-6SION OF WHISPER- (TDD); if you are filed (received) with- evied upon all the
F 7 I~ f '-334-701-1707- Scooters/opeds w fold *89 Broinco. Runs ING PINES. voice impaired, call in 21 days of public riht title, and inter-
Honda'06 CBR 600 g. ed.mudre.. 1-800-995-8770 (V) tion of this notice in est of the defendant,
LS . F41 5,000 mi., blue, rv'el. cond. $300 COMMENCE AT THE (Via Florida Relay the Office of General Timothy William
Fe perfect condition OBO rade 850;'74- NORTHEAST CORNER Services). Counsel of the De- Beauchamp in and to
Hyundia 03 Sante Fe $4,300. 334-598-3874 9189.774 9l66 OF SECTION 2, apartment at the the following to-wit:
AM/FM, CD player, WE ask for Dan. .- TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, above address. Fail-
garage kept, Title in HONDA '06 Shadow, Tractor 20 Massey JACKSON COUNTY, the allowed time
$6500. KEMPFeSi PAY . , 0-r J F THEN STATE OF FLORIDA frame constitutes a SE 1/4rof Section 28,
Call 931-624-6821 $4,800, 229334-8520 Magnum '08 150 RL I seetCovngtor SOUTH 00*44'05" waiver of any right Township 3 North,
He or229-296-8171 Sc dult plnters $3K 97- WEST FOR 3,525.68 DEPARTMENT OF such person has to Range 9 West of Tal-
Rdde6925 or 334-699-1366 . FEET, THENCE ENVIRONMENTAL request a hearing un- lahassee Meridian in
$ 0MPG Street Legal. FORD '9 F 150. 4w-. NORTH 89*50'52" PROTECTION der Section 120.57, Florida, Jackson
MPGD Street150. 4v, . WEST FOR 253.57 F.S., and to partici- CountyFlorida.
CARS!!!!!!! $1250 334-983-4941 Tractor: JD 4450 4xA $4600 WEST FOR 253.57 F.S., and to partici-ounty, Florida.*
33-8847 SCKor 334-596-4170 MSWD duals, cab, 229- FEETTOTHEPOINT NOTICEOF pate as a party to
334-818-1274 SCOOTER! United 34- $27,526-0067. 334-8520, 229-296- OF BEGINNING, PROPOSED this proceeding. Any *This parcel is sub-
S.Motr Scooter'08. 334-726-007. 8171 THENCE SOUTH AGENCY ACTION subsequent interven- ject to a life estate in
Jaguar'05 XJ8L 80mpg, 100 mi's 00*44'05" WEST FOR tion will only be at favor of J. , L
4-door. Bl ack. Owner Classics&Antiques $3000 OManu s Ford '93 Ranr over 2492 FEET, THENCE The Department of the approval of the Beauchamp
pd. $68Knew. Asking War.334-445-302 100K mi. CD player, NORTH 89*50'52" Environmental Pro- presiding officer
25,985. 850-896-3774 white/tan asking WEST FOR 190.00 tection gives Notice upon motion filed and on the 16th day
--_ 20 Mercede Honda - 06 VTX U-M 08 150CC CHRYSLER06 Town $3500334-685-3214 FEET, THENCE of its Intent to grant pursuant to Rule 28- of September, 2010,
Pihll l rl 1959 220S Mercedes 1300C Charcoal color. 875 miles, 2 helmets, & Country Van. NORTH 00*44'05" approval of alternate 5.207, Florida Admin- at the Jackson Coun-
d";:? Re store or u e for Bike runs and looks storage box, cover, Exc. cond. 51K, seatsat EAST FOR 246.92 procedures pursuant istrative Code. ty Sheriff's Office,
parts. Besi OHier! great! Really fun to tie straps, transport 7, ac, power, $9500 Ford '98 F150, great FEET, THENCE SOUTH to Rule 62-701310, 4012 Lafayette
251-747-4022 ride. Clean title his- carrier, fits 2in neg., 334-688-5154 cond, 165K mi New 89*50'52" EAST FOR Florida Administra- in accordance with street, Marianna,
7 'DealTaker.com tory. The tires are in receiver $3000. 0 s0 Chrysler '95 Voyager, and battery.Cold 190.00 FEET TO THE tive Code (F.A.C.), to Section 120.573, F.S., lorida, County of
.ood shape. I'm mov- Call334-792-7105 V6, auto, seats 8, POINT OF BEGIN- Waste Management the Department ad- Jackson, State of
114K mG98d w/tn CoAupon & Dls! ing and cannot take power, am/fm cass. door locks.$4800 obo NING. A.K.A, LOT 4, of Leon County for vises that mediation Florida, at the hour
114K mi.Gold w/tan coupons & Deals the bike with me. port Utility Vehicles newtires, NOW 334-691-4s43 BLOCK Q OF THE UN- use of onsite native is not available in of 930 a.m., or soon
Ithrexc cond eat$10,900 334 5100,$5,900 $1975 OBO 850-592- -RECORDED SUBDIVI- soils as an alternate this case under the thereafter, I will of-
333-3436 or 671-3712 colin.hightower.hot J Jdoor el cablJK ING PINES. drainage and protec- statute. This does said defendant
Lincn nerutivn Golf cart n. mi run3. &look good. tive layer on the cell not prevent any in- Timothy W.
Seies adult Exeutive sonf red4 seated/ .com 7,3 C ru 00.334-596 966 COMMENCE AT THE perimeter berm inte- terested parties from Beauchamp's right,
B lue w/grey leather headlamps, pristine sea1w gr. $2500 . M Au . -- NORTHEAST CORNER nrior side slopes for agreeing to other title and interest in



cond. $6,5002 m H D W B . cse 3-96 5NSOUTH 00*44'05" from compliance e bOmrtans, to taend jugi
6irm 'orouHnDyaires . Widneition miles.Black & Gwhite , un ood. wiMeR7O FE ET ItheNC h a R anulre I N AN D formJaCKSrna the satidarto n oers f





LncoFnW G l07akMKZ, " Gdo ndustomei. scr3o oeCed . ondt GMC '6 99 2 Sierra gren FEETT THENCE geomembrane liner, CASE NO. 2010-600- In Accordance ith
teorlaterhete 78142ef@ 343 47390024789 8-913 9Ar T e WS FOR 253.5 7thet opeeds exe
Lis w/ege- 60i 2 0.tart 3 Isp . M k q ppe n color 88K m. 1 NORTH 00*44'05" at least 12 inces CA the American with
8c5o0n548s5a719,ownergarageONket EAT OR N246.9 ntrhic wequiesthat hdaun-U t






kyclan, huh. iTSOUTHE m 00*44i05- co uctivo DeaTaker.co fm tndi CAPITALCITY B antes t BANKn e

DA $21,175sel for 2007uuki Au omtive Cupons 334334-13698139 253 Le e 7 FEET TO THE cmIsec, overlain with Plaintiff cmmodasto toa pr -
r$17,900 850-814-0155 Boulevard CM0- R od -ed O al Sn p with Mazda 0182500 POINT OF BEGIN-. an additional 12 in- ticiTpate in this pro-
Lin Con reso wcar, $7.20034,5il. .0454 Silver. 40r74 mi. Ec. THENCE CONT INUE the primary leachate - COURT OF THE a s may be to the pay-



sgaturr 00'r -s e al 1 mR w/sae INgo THECIRCUITndO Q T si SOUTH 00*4405" ut- aof tFelae sAToED Auust 20




334a3939959 Se $7500.334-794-9135 03' COURT OF THE 14TH WEST FOR 3,TI2.60 500 p.m., Monday dated September 1, z eAu
101,130 m $6,000 Ho nda 1962C102334-655-2136 Ontar. BedlnCUIT, FWEST OR INT through Friday, ex- 2010 entered in C asUITe satisfaction ll
850-579-Mercedes4467 af50terSL . Tper ub 50, 4 WANTED T . Rao FEET, THENCE have a granular IN AND FOR o. 2010-600-JACKSON the above-describe
6pmConvertible elec. HDlue Dyn sWider miles, ac i t o 26 JACKSON COUNTY, TH 82ENCE CONTINUE at the Division of the Circuit Court of A c , For
Light tan w/beige in- 66softtop) gr00 hi. 12,900. 404- Firm, Call noon (M-F) l D FLORIDA SOUTH 00*44'05 Waste Management, the Fourteenth Judi-
$12000r, leather heated 5 ulusom- Cust347-9002om Paint: $1ra 7.500 OBO999 CITradeVIL DIVISION WEST FOR 246.92THE Solid Waste Section, cial Circuit, in and forth
1153 Leavts, ABS, side d garag show Erende: Lowered 0 FE 334ET THENCE NORTH 2600ic conductivity one Jackso n County, sons with disabities in a
oairb v s, m3 o fM, * A-400 or Trade CASE NO. 09000949- 89*15'55" WEST FOR Roada Tallahassee, ida, wherein CAPITAL BY:d cl ac-wn
Mercedes$21,175 sell for 20.50033-445-7 Suzuki479-2558 Automotive Coupons 334-369-8139or 714-2700 CA 253.57 FEET THENCE Floridasec, overlain32399-2400. .CITY BANK is the Deputy Sheriffh Plaintiff,
r$17,900850-814-0155 Boulevardt - Red I C he r h wi DEUTSCHE BANK NA- FOR Persons whose sub-li NT . A ER commodaton tth ckso









PWRS/B, windows, C Nal " 1- 50 brakeIgreat c Cndi a n .Runs Greaower _ TIONAL TRUST COM- FEET, THENCE SOUTH stantial interests are Defendant, I will sell Sl u n Floridan D
ant. auto, AC, up$9 3or T3de nn. 5k m4es. $3500 vrync.1899s PANY, AS TRUSTEE 89*50'52" EAST FOR affected by the to the c highest and heufoowingu
car cover & top stor- d black. 9k miles. DealTaker.co 8.1L V8 MPI DENTIAL MORTGAGE-POINT OF BEGINagency action hav e a at the Clerk - of in tembero-
age rack, cleaners, well Direat Honda wheeler . 850-592- auto, low mi00 V84 WHEEL DR BACKED TRUSTage, SER- NING. A.K.A. LOT , rights of pursuant to v.ourts Offi c, Jack- feeding Shouldber 14con-
maintained w/re- CRF70 Excellent e EVERYTHING IES 2006-L1oodond, white, BLOCK Q OF THE UN actions 120.569 and son County Court- he
alTcords. $14,200.334-. Condition $970-. T VM RADIO, 6 DISC DENTIAL MORTGAGE- RECORDED SUBDIVI-120.57, Florida Statph62- KNNhouse, 4445 Lafay-ERS a
142K mi. white w/t14' 3-ror Ida so UW Mte dinator telephone









792-9789 . 334-798-2337 Kawasak i$309 KXF250 CHANGER $17,50000, BACKED CERT334-347-6197 SION OF WHISPER701 utes (F.S.), to petition ette Street, Marian- LF1 50-482-9624








1153. Leave msgM i _ed__garaMotorbyBPMge2 CALL WHIh 791-0576 3ATES SERIES 2006- ING PINES O for an administrative na, Florida 32446, at
Mercedes '96 S320. ies,. d. S brothers perform- TaGoldwingA '010 ,ES T determinRation (hear- 11:00 a.m. CT on the 103 not laterCUIT
334-s93-a $ 500. running concl. 82k miles cor40in ChevColet '04 Tahoe3CHEV.57, FEET, THE cE llorida32 940 CtYD BanK.C tPan seu











3Kcm. Ha c. 15 MRK. ance pipe. Very s asa 0 K L ehev cevy 0 2 COMMENCE AT THE ing) on the proposed 7th day of October, COURT OFTHE
Mazda '04 RX8cond., leave mikest, looks good runs $14,999.00 plre r blue 4-dr. Z71ns good $3,500 laintiffN NORTHEAST CORNER action. ThOTICE OF e petition 2010, the followings. FOURThearing im-
600 irm.B o crossing eCtorenmis 0ke miles ocon ew pas 3T34- L t OF SECTION 2, sthe Deparntainment's file FORdescribed property JUDICIAL CIRCUITD) -800-
iso3n , 4l334-726-3842 NADA 18870 405-9221 . TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH formation set forth as set forth in said INANDFORJACKSON
carsover eto p r - n. 0 o RANGE T 9 WESTO T available for public NOTICE IS HEREBY











racked 4792558 or 714-2700 L VIN THE CIRCUIT SON COUNTY, FLOR iled (received) ins, 8:00 a.m. tohe ment of Foreclosure: CIVIL ACTION
c2n r' Rder Kawasaki 2000 Clas $7500.334-794-9135 COUR SESSION OF THE 89*1555" WEST FOR see, Flori nda 32399- 21, Township 5 North,
t t men r ' sicLT Under Lexus *08 GX470 50K CHEVY91,1 Ton 12ft SUBJECT PROPERTY, 253.6 FEET TO THE 3000, within 21 days Range 12 West, Jack- COUNTR WIDE
Mercedes '73450 SL '06. Texas Chopper 2053CC Low mi. ed 3rd Row Seat, Nav $5,200 or reasonable Defendants. ING, THENCE CON- notice. A copy of the




Cel e $7,500 334-695-3744 $9000 334774-3474 System $35,500 offer 229-334-8520, TINUE NORTH Petition must also be THE ABOVE PARCEL PlaintHEiff,
5 collectors item, 1 cyl, XS Ce 0E 1v ed CCLOENC E AT ingUE ot the Division of th ULARLY DESCRIBED BONNIT R. BAILEY, et
(hard/softtop) 2 stroke scooter r or Tralers actors chevy 'd1 r t NORTH 00*4405 at the Management, thei- AS Fourteenth Judi- idaWS: al,
$12,000 OBO 904-368- . fully usom- Custom Paint: pickup, lift gate NOTICE DIVISION WEST FOR 246.92 Solid Waste Section, cial Circuit, in and for
Sr a.5 ' $1650850-258-1638 $1500850352-4724 IVN pur FEET THENCE NORTH 2600 Blair Stone Jackson Cti COMMENCE AT A" Defenda J. Cowan
S50774.2773 ater 5 6pm MOTIVATED RT 2 LS Z71 Silverado, exc F foreclosure dated 202.88 FEET ALONG constitutes a waiver MONUMENT (PSM NOTICE OF
250k or 4 0CA 253A57 FEET, THENCE Florida32399-2400. CITY BANK is the












S! 200CL Kawasaki '06 KLR Chevy '05Tah news trans Its August 10, 2010, and ORTHE ARC OF A CURVE of any right such Plaintiff and KEN- Published four (4)LED









_ _GoldWing 28 7 c lu i E Yamaha Royal Star an,750. EA. 678-6568 of extras $3,800t entered in Case No. HAVING A RADIUS OF son has tt an admi- NORTHEAST CORNER FORECLOSURE SALE
chalk brown 70mieles 650, new tires & 49.100 16'FINISHING MOW- 334-695-2853 09000949CA, of the 130.00EAST FOREET 244.34AND A istrative determina- OF SECRS is the times in the Jackson21,
Mercedes-Benz 03 dows, . 229 32 25 Model XVZ13CT, ER $600.334-678-6568 HUN TER'S DELIGHT CirONAL TRUST COM- EET, THENCESOcuit. Court of the CENTHTRAL ANGLE OF stantion (hearlinteg) purests - are DefeTOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, NOTICE IS HEREBY











ExtL w/camel leather V- . road/street, drive 2KMC NARROW 2In 0a0 0S O KSON SOUTH 89*50'52" 120.569 and l20.57, 3 ACKSON COwiNTY n Order Rescheduling
int.Sunroof,power . , typeisRWD. BODY4-ROW County. Florida. EAST FOR 190.00 F.S., or to intervene FLORIDA; THENCE ForeclosureSale dat-
sunshade.6-dtscCD mt 4 cylinders, 35,000 PEANUT PICKERS, CEY9,1n1f DEUTSCHE BANK NA- FEET, THENCE SOUTH in this T 3 proceeding N89g58'14"W, ALONG ed September 3, 2010
changer. $11,545 miles. $5In 00great GREATCOND 18.995 PANY, ASL TRUST COM- *44'05" WEST FOR affend participate as a THE NORTH LINEst OF and entered in Case
334-718-5251graded sound sytem, 14-2700ondition. Whte 850-579-4694 Chevy '04 silverado OF INDYMAC RESI-TEE 244.34.57 FEET TO THE arty to it. Any sub- SAID SECTION, A DISh No. 32-2008-CA-
ca r cover & top stor- ran Features double Lp D ENTIAL MORTGAGE- POINT OF BEGIN- sequency actiontervention TANCE OF 1326.03 of August 25, Septem-
ag rack, clean, well Dirt Bike 2.5 Honda wheeler. 850-592- 8100 V84 WHEEL D R B ACK ED TRUST, SER- NING A.K.A. LOT , (in a proceeding iti- FEET TO A 1/2" IRON c court of the FOUR-
Smaintain 5 speed, 32k me. Harle 07 Road Glide 3287bags, highway 40- , ' 15 VERYTHING BACKED TRUST, SER- BLOCK Q OF THE UN- e s 120.569 by another r par- ROD AND CAP (PSM TEENTH Judicial Cir-14,
cords.$10,900 850-482-2994 garage kepti lots of control. Tires in I 5 . VM RADIO, 6 DISC DENTIAL MORTGAGE- SION RECORDED SUBDIVI- 120.57, Floridf the pre NORTHEAST CORNR SON County, Florida
792-978extras, 334-798-2337 Kawasaki '09 KXF250 CHANGER3346917111,50., BACKED CERTIFI-I SION OF WHISPER- utes (F.S.), to peipon OF THE NORTHWEST wherein COUNTRY-LF15094
orc s 9neM speed, $16,500. OBO ront windshieldbyBPM, 2 555C Backhoe or 334-ALLWHIT.798-105768 CATES, SERIES 2006- theNGPINES. filor an administer of a motive na, Florida 32446, atH WIDE HOME LOANS,
AC des Call 334-464-5916 doubleseattour Form-le 3.500 L1, i Plaintff and TOGETHER etH in compliance with EAST 1/4 OF S INC, is the Plaintiff
Ca3379 c. 154K. aneOBO. Pleryase call or 33-726-661 - CHIFR A. A INGRESS AT THE ing) on thepropos BEING THE LEY; JAf October C OURTOF N-








col r i , 1 ch334-790-7380.h16k O VINCENZA CHIFARI; EGRESS EASEMENT A petition that dis- POINT OF BEGIN- TYB are the Defend-









PontiacG-6GT207 s e sc rencloe raier Me UeN K N , W N DESCRIBED AS FOL- 4 utes the material NING; THENCE ants,Iwillselltothe
conv. black 2m r a qll c Motorc cle Open w' - taor s a pk lfate PERSONOT SI IN PHE- LOWS: Facts on which the SOOa45'03"W ALONG highest and best bid-
leather loaded. rr al Trailer 0old 2 kes doors n rack 1900 u- SESIION p OF THE COMMENCE A THEN Department'so a option THE EAST LINE OF der for cash at
334-796-6613 Harley 08 Road King Like ew, A rame miles second 500 are defendants. I will OF SECTION 2, tain the following in- 1/4 OF THE NORTH- SON COUNT
like new, less than ack - 2 moto chocks, BAT WINGMOWER eater$3000 TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, formation set forth as set forth in said IN ANDCOURTHOUSE, MA-



twa- a ls,|.l5.75u. , rust exc. cond. * (FINISHING) $9,400. Vn Eo RANGE 9 WEbelow and must be Stipulated Final Judg- C OUNTY, FLORIDA at
-- Cll1300. OBO 334-618- 334678-6568 7eash at AT THE JACKSON COUNTY,FOR filed (received) in the ment of Foreclosure: CIVILAM, on the 7th
FATBOY93. con n! B1072or334-699-2280 GMC '00 Ji , 05Dakota NORTH DOOR, AT FLORIDA, THE NCE dress, and telephone t'OD As OfficeND CAP day of October 2010,
Toyota MR 2 RactualrreFLH aking $000 gre condo , mi, 6 cylinder, full STREET, MCHIFARI *4ANNA WEST FOR 4,392.45 tiof General tCounse appl, The- NORTHE st Quar- CASE NO. 32-200as set
customized out 334-6480195 OBO850-526-2491 U N K N 334-A, at W N 4,0195100 FEET 3900 Commonwe alth ter of the Northeast CA 781
Mercedes-Benz '01 A Rid00,10M Vm3ns / 2 HNDk for Tom PERSON(S) I N P OS- THENCE NORTH Boulevard, Taln l ahas- Qu r T rH of Section DIVISION





n230 white p E|ar 7e - P yCE REDUCED! aa i s V0 1hk Jdi SESSION OF THE t 89*15'55" WEST FOR see, Florida 32399- 21, TowOThip 5 North,
S chrome-up, SScarbssic LT.2007 Under exus08GX47050K CHEVY91,Ton12ft SUBJECTPROPERTY 253.56 EET TO THE 3000, within 21 d ays Range 12West, Jack- COUNTRYWIDE
ext/haroal/tan nt screamng eagly i . house $15000 OBO for in said Final OF WAYpubliction FOR 606.26this son County, NCE OF NORTHEAST 1/4 OFINC,
disc cd changer Bought new. Burnt 4-40400 Row Seat, Na 714,2700 or r reasonable Def nt to wit: FEET TO THENCE POINT b) A statement of 133333 FEET TO A THE NORTHEAST





















r orange and black house of Lubing nip. Dodge 2004 Dakota OF BEGINNING OF A how and when each 1/2 IRON ROD AND OF SECTION 36,
re er with ghost flames. $9000 334-774-3474 System $35,500 offer 229-334-8520 COM , TNUE NORTH petitioner received CAP PSTHE ABOVE6525) ON TOWNSHIP 5 NOntRTHff,
Call334-7-93 FZ Suzd. ukior33 50 79 or 334-791-1074229-254-0077 79K, full power, 8 cyl, NORTHEAS-296-8171 NOTICE OF 8930 FEET RIGHT notice R ma the Depart- THof BEING MORNE OF RANGE 12 WESTTC-
collectorsitemcyl $7,750 negotiable. auto, cruise, $7200. OF SECTION 2, AND LEFT OF THE ments action or proplic - SAID NORTHWLY D ESCR T SAIBE D ONNIT R. BAIEY, et-





















SHARLEY DAVIDSON 334-790-6146 or Drying Trailers $700F Call 334-449-1864 TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, FOLLOWING COUeSt posed action; 1/4 OF THE NORTH- TNG 47 1/2 FEET
lToyota 04 Sienna rly 07 oa Gw334-791-2277 Good cond., good F -CFRANGE 9 WEST, ES: NORTH 00*44'05" ER EAST 1/4; THENCE EACH FRONT, ANDi
Champagne color, 2 FLSTSC Sprngtern brc e tires 334-899-3914 FordT O '00 Ranger 85K JACKSON COUNTY, EAST FOR 285U09 (c) A statement of LEAVING SAID RUNNING BACK
miles, luggage rack Black $13,000 OBO ike new, 3550 mis n 4w 0 tinted windows D SOUTH 00*44'05" NOR TH 00AS44TER LY sate address indi- AS FOLLOWS: al,ME BEING IN THE
power sing door, 254-681-4802 $5500. includes aTEDll W/08 ATTERI Z71 Siverad$5000. OBO 334-91-o, WEST FOR 3,525.68eclosure dated 202.88 FEET ALONG onstr will be affect- SAID MONUMWEST LINE OF TOWN OF
WIFE! 2005 Harley Davidson08 cond. news trans, 4672FEEs August 10, 2010, and THEARCOF A CURVE ed by rigthe Depart- THE NORTH2456) MARKING THE RESCHEDULE JACK






















334-798-5699 Electra Glide Classic, 334-714-4029 amotuntern tool bar. Ford 01 F150 lariat NORTH 89*50n52" CONCAVE SOUTH- ments action or pro- OF THEA NORTHEAST SON COUNTY, FLOai-
Toota05Pris 43K 5000 miles, '9715950. Yamaha Royal Star God conditio00 5.4 liter, 154K mi. WEST FOR 795.26 EASTERLY, HAVING A RADIUS OF son as to an admin- NORTHEA DSTA CORNER FORECLOSURE SALEDA

color good condPe Harl Davidson 1986 bags, wind shield, 400-5184 seats, suer FINISHING MOW334-695-53 09000949CA, of the 130.00 FEET AND A istrative determina- OF SECTION 21,ROD AND AKA 2591 MILTON
Mercedes-Benzl'03 $7.500.2293219625lModel XVZ13CT, ER$600.334-678-6568 HUNTER'S DELIGHT Circuit Court of the CENTRAL ANGLE OF tion (hearing) pur- TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH NOTICE IS HEREBY












450033459ar4902 backreost. iB. Sg o o o GOLF - FAIRWAY 5 7-7. Florida.42*3939" EAST FOR THENCE SOUTH ed by petitioner or a MARKING THE COTTONDALE. FLdat-
likegnew,1less than Jak -2 moeto co AT WIGCOW TIONAL TRUST COM- 00*44105" WEST FOR and participate as a THE NORTH 1 INE OF Und entered in Case
Features double OF INDYMAC RESr - POINT OF BEGIN- sequent intervention TANCE OF 1326.03000781 of the Circuit
Nissanr'051A0tirna, 2.5 hard case saddle DENTIAL MORTGAGE- NING, A.6K .A. LOT 7, (in a)Troceeding initi- FEET TO A 1/2"IRON Court of the FOUR-
S3speed, 32k3mi. Harley 07 Road Glide 1 bags, highway 40HPMASSEYFEW- ChevyD 93d15005172K BACKED TRUST, SER- BLOCK QOFTHE UN ated by another par- ROD AND CAP (PSM TEENTH Judicial Ctr-
like new,RE ED a idn -cru GUSON TRACTOR W/ 'Mi. New AC, Loaded, 1, E- RECORDED SUBDIVI- t) will be only at the fl25), MARKING wE cut in and for JACK-
$10,90085p v82-2l94 garage kept, lots of control. Tires in TURF TIRES. $4,500. Runs Great $2,800. DENTIAL MORTGAGE- SION OF WHISPERH- discretion ofdthepre, NORTHEAST CORNE SON County, Florida
Pontiac 93Bonneville extras, fuel injected, ood shape. Full 334-678-6568 OBO 334-691-7111 BACKED CERTIFI- ING PINES. siding officer upon OF THE NORTHWESV, wherein COUNTRY:
Door, clean as new, speed, $16,500. OBO front windshield, * 555C Backhoe or 334-798-1768 CATES, SERIES 2006- the filing of a motion 1/4 OF THE NORTH- WIDE HOME LOANS,
Cao5334-464-5916 double seat t.ur For Sale$13.5000.NO7420Lot i sPlaintiff anda TOGETHER. 60.2 A DOA
AC is coldgdevery-bike. Andblackihos eouing nip0o-D 4 DT OD SBJEN NINTG TO AN SFhTINSADowIO and Bwhe eah 1/2I ON ODAN C t iON ti f


dnec.on. xe 10u,500. .334-691-4643 GANG W/DIESEL MO- . .. 383.80 FEET, THENCE 89*50'52" EAST FOR statement that there NORTHWEST COR- 32431
OBO334-794-2665 or 334-691-4643 TOR $3,500.334-678- FORD '02 LARIAT SOUTHWESTERLY 190.00 FEET TO THE are no disputed NER OF SAID NORTH-
334-805-0810 Yamaha '07 V-Star 6568 - F250 Diesel, Crew 105.74 FEET ALONG POINT OF TERMINUS, facts; WEST 1/4 OF THE Any person claiming
Harley Davidson 1992 1100, 11,600 mi, new GOLF - TORO GREENS ab, 123K miles THE ARC OF A CURVE SAID POINT BEING NORTHEAST 1/4; anneres n the sur
Sporster 1200 custom rear tire, and extras, MASTER TRI-3 REEL $17,700 334-687-9983 CONCAVE SOUTH- THE CENTER OF A (e) A statement of THENCE S89-58'14"E, plus from the sale, if
mid 50's K/KH exc. asking payoff of 6'$4000 334-678- EASTERLY, HAVING A CUL DE SAC EASE- the ultimate facts al- ALONG THE NORTH any, other than the
V't agen '02 cond. $5,500. 334BO $5900850-762- 6' $ 36568 RADIUS OF 130.00 MENT, HAVING A RA- leged, including a LINE OF SAID NORTH- property owner as of
Beete 80kmiles 794-2665334-805 2071/718-5069 after FEET AND A CENTRAL DIUS OF 50.00 FEET. statement of the spe- WEST 1/4 OF THE the date of the Lis
NADA $6850 0810 4pm GOLF - TRI-KING 1900 ANGLE OF 46*36'16", cific facts which the NORTHEAST 1/4 A Pendens must file a
$7999 or Trade YAMAHA '08 R6 3 GANG REEL THENCE NORTH A person claiming an petitioner contends DISTANCE OF 1326.03 claim within sixty
479-2558 or 714-2700 HARLEYDAVID2003, 1200 Sportster black/ yell le WDIESELMOTOR 89"52'50" WEST FOR interest in the sur- warrant reversal or FEET TO POINT OF (60) days after the
0 2003, 1200 Sportster tthen 650 mile ss $2,500. 334-678 6568 223.01 FEET, THENCE plus from the sale, if modification of the BEGINNING. sale.
VW '05 Beetle, 100th anniv edition, then 650 miles. Fo 04 F-350 NORTH 00*44'05" any, other than the Department's action
LimiedEdition, 500s $7,900 or OBO. oh Deer 05' 48 HP, Super Duty XL truck, EAST FOR 375.62 property owner as of or proposed action; Anperson claiming WTNESSMY HAND
Like New. New tires, $7,500. 334-701-3974 334-805-3466 full wh. drive, front auto, AC, 6 liter FEET TO THE POINT the date of the is an interestsinithe sur- and the seal of this
moonroof, keyless Harley Davidson 98' YAMAHA '08 V-star finish mower, diskhhg, pw0'flat bed dual rear OF BEGINNING, pendens must file a (f) A statement of plus from the sale, if Court on September
entry, alarm. Under exc. cond. orange, 250, Burgundy, finish moedder boxblade wheels $11500 Calrear A.K.A. LOT 2, BLOCK claim with 60 days the specific rules or any, other than the 7,2010.
Warr nty, $9,500. * loaded, Must See! Low miles! Like new! $18,200.OBO 798-3352 334-894-2315 or Q OF THE UNRE- after the sale. statutes the petition- property owner as of
Call '34-655-0702 $12,000. 334-791-4799 Asking $2,695., Less than 1000 hrs 334-464-3189 CORDED SUBDIVI- er contends require the date of the Lis Dale R. Guthrie
S334-693-5454SION OF WHISPER- Dated this 10th day reversal or modifica- Pendens must file a Clerk of the Circuit
John Deere 6405 4WD I ING PINES. of August, 2010. . tion of the Depart- claim within sixty Court
YAMAHA '08 V-star Two post Tractor. f -ment's action or pro- (60) days after the
l tl5 6t4 61 toL Tl 250. Burgund,, 2360 hrs. $20,0004 COMMENCE AT THE DALE RABON GU- posed action; and sale. By: Beverly Hatcher
Lo I I wLo miles! L.e new! 334-798-2337 NORTHEAST CORNER THRIE Deputy Clerk
Aski"g 5 2.6Kubota Tractor OF SECTION 2, As Clerk of said (g) A statement of WITNESS MY HAND Deputy Clerk
334-601-5454 - Kubeta Trator L28OO _______
HST with front end TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, Court the relief sought by and the seal of this
Yamaha 2004V-Star loader with box FORD'07Explorer RANGE 9 WEST, the petitioner, stat- Court on the 3rd day
1100 Classic. Black & blade & finishing S JACKSON COUNTY, By: Beverly Hatcher ing precisely the ac- of September, 2010.
yourkI&Ii por, Lem'ted,-chrome, excellent mower $17,500. FLORIDA, THENCE As Deputy Clerk tion the petitioner -
chrome, excellent mower $17500. V-8, Fully Loaded, SOUTH 00*4405" wants theh . Dp art- Dale Guthrie, Clerk of
nd 18-755,000. Call 334-774-7771 56K Mies, Blue 87-48 WEST FOR 3,525.68 This notice is provid-ment to take with re-Jackson County Cir-
Ma334-6 5 25 MasseyFerguson63 334-67-466 FEET, THENCE ed pursuant to Ad- spect to the Depart- cuit Court
Yamaha '99 XVS1100 model 35 w/ 2 row FORD '07 F-350, 5.9 L NORTH 89*50'52" ministrative Order ment's action or pro- ,OR
T 42K mi. Asking $3200 bottom plow. $3500. DSL Crew Cab 50K WEST FOR 443.57 No.2.065. In accord- posed action. By: /s/Jessica
OBO 334-726-1215 or OBO 334-445-1717 miles, $29,500 334- FEET TO THE POINT ance with the Ameri- Mooneyham
334-477-3152 334-774-6348 695-7769, 695-7770 If a petition is filed, Deputy Clerk







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BY BRENT KALLESTAD
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
TALLAHASSEE - Coming off one of
the most lopsided losses in school history,
things - it would seem - can only get
better for Florida State and new coach
Jimbo Fisher.
The Seminoles (1-1) returned to practice
Monday to prepare for BYU and recover
from a 47-17 whipping (and the score
might've been closer than the manhan-


dling) suffered at Oklahoma. If not for a
touchdown pass against the Sooner subs
on the final play of Saturday's game, it
would've been Florida State's worst loss
since 1983. Regardless, it was the worst
since a 45-12 humiliation at Florida in
2007.
Quarterback Christian Ponder suffered
through the worst performance of his
career and in one week went from leading
the Atlantic Coast Conference in passing
efficiency to seventh.


Dolphins Continued From Page 1B


with Minnesota," line-
backer .Channing Crowder
said. "They have a lot more-
playmakers than the Bills
have."
Crowder watched the
opener from home, nursing
a groin injury that has side-
lined him since Aug. 17. He
declined to discuss his.
chances of playing against
Minnesota.
Top draft pick Jared
Odrick joined the injury list
when he was sidelined in
the second half by a bruised
right leg. If Odrick is
unavailable for the Vikings.
game, veteran Tony
McDaniel would be his
likely replacement at
defensive end.
Miami had lost five
games in a row at Buffalo
since 2004, which is one
reason Sparano found plen-
ty of cause for encourage-
ment in the. victory, howev-
er unsightly.
"There were a lot of good
things done, a lot of won-
derful steps in the right
direction," the coach said.
"That's a really good team
win - to go into that envi-
ronment, to win that way,
to watch your offense run
the ball well enough, to
watch your defense make
stops.
"This group is coming
together nicely. As I told
them the other night
before the gdme, one of
the greatest compliments I
can pay them is that I trust
them to do the right things
in the right situations. And
'they're going to do them
hard. They're just


grinders."
The Dolphins' season
debut would have been
more handsome if not for
three squandered scoring
chances. Allen and Benny
Sapp dropped potential
interceptions with only the
end zone in front of them,
and Chad Henne under-
threw a long pass to a wide
open Brandon Marshall,
who hit the brakes and
dropped the ball.
Allen's misplay came
when he was only two steps
from a touchdown.
"I got a little too happy, a
little too anxious," he said.
"I dreamed about it all the
way back home and all last
night: What if?"
The Dolphins acquired
Marshall in part because of
his big-play potential, and
they're counting on an
aggressive new defensive
scheme to create more
takeaways.
But they need to catch
the ball.
"It's frustrating because
to me those are green-light


specials," Sparano said.
"They can really put the
thing out of reach. You
don't have to make all three
of them, but you've got to
make one of them, and we
didn't make any. That's an
area where we've got to get
better."
On the plus side, the
Dolphins had an advantage
of nearly 14 minutes in
time of possession and
committed no turnovers.
Newcomers Marshall,
Odric'k, Karlos Dansby and
Koa Misi all played well,
as did Allen and Chris
Clemons, both new starters.
in a revamped secondary.
Beating Buffalo beats
last year, when the
Dolphins started 0-3. Or
2008, when they started 0-
2. Or 2007,. when they
started 0-13.
That's why running back
Ronnie Brown entered the
locker room Monday wear-
ing a grin.
"We didn't have a game
this morning," he said, "so
we're still 1-0."


Cottondale Continued From Page 1B


was on the board with six
digs, while Maggie Braxton
picked up five kills.
Following Thursday's
game, coach Cassie
Whiddon was less than
happy about her team's per-
formance.
"There is no other way to
describe this game than we
just played bad," Whiddon
said. "Our serving has
come a long ways, but our


passing is still inhibiting us
to playing to our full poten-
tial. This is something'that
we work on every day in
practice ahd that we will
continue to work on."
Cottondale was sched-
uled . to . host Sneads
Monday night, before trav-
eling to Blountstown on
Tuesday. Results of
Monday's game were not
available at press time.


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