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Jackson County Floridan

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

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United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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BY MORGAN CARLSON
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Art students at Graceville Elementary
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Newell is the
only elementary
school art teacher in Jackson County, She
has been preaching the benefits and impor-
tance of integrated learning in the class-
room for more than 30 years.
It's about doing things through art, not
just doing art, she said.
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Prison

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STAFF REPORT
The Jackson
C o u n t .y
Sheriff's Office
apprehended a
prison escapee
Kevin J. just hours after
Kevin J he fled custody
Mallory Thursday.
According to,
a news release from the sher-
iff's office, deputies were
alerted at 4 p.m. Thursday that
a Jackson Correctional
Institution inmate, Kevin J.
Mallory, 22, had escaped from
the Department of
Transportation yard on State
Correctional Road.
The inmate was assigned to
a supervised work crew at the
DOT yard.
Canine tracking teams from
Jackson Correction Institution
and surrounding correctional
facilities were summoned to
assist in the recapture efforts
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Graceville Elementary School art teacher Roberta Newell uses the oil and water resist technique to teach her students about the
Gulf oil spill. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


Firefighters go pink for cancer
By DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


Sean Collins drives a fire truck loaded with cheerleaders during the Marianna Homecoming Parade
Friday. Marianna and Jackson County firefighters will be wearing pink T-shirts throughout October to
signify their support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The shirts will also be available for sale to
the public. They'll be available at Fire Safety Fund' Day on Oct. 9 at the Marianna fire station, and
through the end of October. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


Firefighters from the Marianna
Fire Department and Jackson
County Fire Rescue will be wear-
ing pink T-shirts throughout
October in observance of Breast
Cancer Awareness month. The
Marianna team will also be sell-
ing some of the shirts to the pub-
lic for $15 each, or two for $20.
Shirts will be available at the fire
department through the end of
the month.
The will also be. on sale Oct. 9,
when the fire department holds
its annual Fire Safety Fun Day.
County Fire Rescue is joining the
city department in that effort, as
well. The event runs from 9 a.m.
until 1 p.m. at the Marianna fire
station, located at 4425 Clinton
St.
The day's activities will
include fire truck tours, fire extin-
guisher and vehicle extrication
demonstrations, and tours of the
county's Fire Safety Smoke
House. Free blood pressure
checks will be available, and a
Division of Forestry truck will be
on display. Fire prevention and
child safety materials, such as
Junior Firefighter and Kid ID
Kits, will be given out to children
and their parents. Firefighter
clowns will also be on hand to
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Grand Ridge signs

near completion


Intersection to
get traffic lights
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Grand Ridge will soon have the
lettering in place for its two new
welcome signs at the east and
west city limits on U.S. Highway
90.
The signs were built with free
labor, and the materials cost


about $10,500.
City Manager J. R. Moneyham
said - Thursday that Jackson
Correctional Institution inmates
built the signs and are almost fin-
ished with the lettering for them.
Moneyham said the signs were
designed by a city committee and
cost Grand Ridge nothing beyond
the materials. A contractor's
quote on the project came in at
around $30,000, so the city
sought a different solution and
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Marianna, FL 32446
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submissions.


Getting it
Right!

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


Sunday, Oct. 3
* The Walker Bros. Circus comes to Adam
Tucker Wilson Memorial Ballpark in Sneads
for two 90-minute shows: 2 and 4:30 p.m.
The high-wire act, jugglers, clowns and more
are ready to entertain adults and children of
all ages. For ticket information, call 593-6636
or 272-4936.

Monday, Oct. 4
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Jackson
Correctional Institute, 8 a.m. to noon, or
donate blood at the center, 2503 Commercial
Park Drive in Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403. ,
* The board of AARP Chapter 3486 meets at
1:30 p.m. in the Marianna branch of the.
Jackson County Public Library.
* The Sneads Elementary School Advisory
Council meets at 4 p.m. in the school library.
Public welcome.
* The F.M. Golson Elementary School
Advisory Council meets at 5:30 p.m. in room
- 10 of building 1 at the school. Call 482-9607.
* Marianna's Sweet Sixteen meeting, is at
5:30. p.m. in the Jackson County School
Board's boardroom. Any Marianna High
Schoolor hom school students age 16 dur-
ing the 2010-2011 school year are welcome
to participate. A $50 deposit is due at the
meeting. Call Pam Fuqua, 272-2265.
* The City of Jacob convenes .its regularly,
scheduled meeting at 6 p.m. Call 263-6636.
* Northeast Jackson County Optimist Club
convenes its regular monthly meeting at 6:30
p.m. in the Malone Town Hall. Guest speaker
will be Charlotte Gardner, Jackson County
School Board - District 5, whose topic will be
the "School Referendum - Requesting
authority to continue using the .25 mills for
Critical Operating Needs for the 2011-12 and
2012-13 School Years."
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Oct.
1, the latest available
report: Four accidents
without injury, one stolen
vehicle, two suspicious
vehicles, three suspicious
persons, two __
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reports, three ' -'
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escorts, two ' JMEJ
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obstructions, one burglary,
one physical disturbance,
two verbal disturbances,
two burglar alarms, 32
traffic stops, two larcenies,
three criminal mischief
complaints, one obscene
or threatening call, one
illegally parked vehicle,
two dog complaints, one
assist of a motorist or
pedestrian, six public serv-
ice calls, one patrol
request, and one threat or
harassment complaint.


JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and coun-
ty Fire/Rescue reported
the following incidents for
Oct. 1, the latest available
report (Some of these
calls may related to after-
hours calls taken on
behalf of Graceville and'
Cottondale Police
Departments):- One. acci-
dent with injury, one acci-
dent without injury, one
escape, one stolen tag,
three abandoned vehicles,
two reckless drivers, two
suspicious incidents,
seven suspicious persons,
two information reports,
three funeral escorts, two
highway obstructions, one
mental illness, four bur-
glaries, two physical dis-
turbances, one verbal dis-
turbance, one hitchhiker/,
pedestrian complaint, two
fire and police responses,
one residential fire, three


9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA
room.

Tuesday, Oct. 5
* The Jackson County .Early Childhood
Center School Advisory Council meets at 8
a.m. in building A's multi-purpose room.
* St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave. in
Marianna, continues its $.3 Bag Sale on all
clothing Oct. 5 and 7. Shop hours: Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in Jim's
Buffet and Grill, Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert'teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* The Jackson County Adult Education
School Advisory Council meets at 2 p.m. in
the Marianna TABE Annex, 4294 Liddon St.,
Marianna. Call 482-9617.
- Life Management Center hosts a free
informational session for individuals and cou-
ples. interested in foster care or adoption, 6
p.m. at 4403 Jackson St., Marianna. Call 1-
866-769-9481 (toll free) or e-mail lhelm@life-
managementcenter.org.
* 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 Cottondale High School Advisory
Council meets at 6 p.m. in the school's media
center.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA
room.


Wednesday, Oct. 6
* Jackson County H


habitat for Humanity


* woodland fires, two com-
mercial fires, three vehicle
fires, one drug offense, 25
medical calls, two traffic
crashes, three burglar
alarms, one panic alarm,
one fire alarm, one shoo-
ing in the area call, 19
traffic stops, two larce-
nies, three criminal mis-
chief complaints, seven
papers served, five civil
disputes, two trespassing
complaints, two obscene
or threatening call com-
plaints, one found or
abandoned property, one
follow up investigation,
two juvenile complaints,
one noise disturbance, one
cow complaint, one sex
offense, two assists of a
motorist or pedestrian,
one bomb threat, one child
abuse report, three assists
of other agencies, 20 pub-
lic service calls, one trans-
port, five threat/harass-
ment complaints and one
VIN verification.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting period:
- Travis Smith, 28, 2152
Lovers Lane, Alford,
felony battery.
- James Ammons, 36,
5032 Piano Road,
Graceville, driving while
license ' suspended or
revoked (habitual), viola-
tion of state probation.
- Julie- Kent, 29, 904
Mill Road, Alford, driving
while license suspended or
revoked.
- Kevin Mallory, 22,
5230 Ezell Road,
Graceville, escape.
- Thomas Groves, 41, of
no fixed address, hold for
Pinellas County.
- Jerel Williams, 31,
6785 Mag Lane, Grand
Ridge, non-payment of
child support.


Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
12-1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
* Marianna Middle School Advisory Council
meets at 3 p.m. in the MMS Media Center. The
2010-2011 School Improvement Plan will be
presented.

Thursday, Oct. 7
* St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave. in
Marianna, continues its $3 Bag Sale on all
clothing Oct. 5 and 7. Shop hours: Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
* A short Tai Chi for Arthritis class is
offered at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 3:15 p.m. Wear flat shoes and loose,
.comfortable clothing. No charge. Call 557-
5644.
* Jackson County Quilters' Guild Alford Sit-
n-Sew is the first and third Thursdays of the
month, 6-8 p.m. at the American Legion Hall,
Alford. Anyone interested in quilting or
sewing is welcome. Call 579-4146, 394-7925.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion), 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia-St., Marianna, in the
AA room. Attendance limited to persons with
a desire to stop drinking.

Friday, Oct. 8
* Chipola College offers" two small business
seminars today: "Choosing Your First
Business," 9 a.m. to noon.; and "Steps to
Starting a Small Business," 1-4 p.m. Cost of
each seminar is $20. To register, call 718-
2413, or e-mail: frohj@chipola.edu.
:* Jackson Hospital Foundation hosts the
16th Annual James T. Cook Memorial Golf
Classic at the Indian Springs Golf Course.
Registration begins at 11 a.m.; tournament
at 12:30 p.m. Cost per person: $70. Call
718-2601.


- Johnathin Curry, 21,
2338 Whitewater Lane,
Marianna, violation of
state probation.
- Tommy White, 42,
4836 Ebony Court,
Marianna, violation of
state probation.
- Michael Caruso, 67,
2968 London Road,
Cottondale, attempting to
elude a police officer, child
abuse, resisting with vio-
lence.
- Christopher Pollock,
29, 5212 Bevis Road,
Malone, worthless checks.
- Demonta Reed, 33,
27713 N.E. Ethal Road,
Grand Ridge, driving while
license suspended or
revoked.
JAIL POPULATION: 229

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


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JACKSON COUNTY LIFE


Jackson County Floridan * Sunday,'October 3, 2010 - 3A


BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS Peters family-celebrates decade birthday


Hospital in Marianna.
Jujuan weighed 7
pounds, 14 ounces, and
was 18� inches long at
birth:
Parents are Porshae
Patterson and Timothy
Garrett.
Grandparents are
Loriene Brinson, Weber
Patterson, Coley Garrett
and Cora Mae Garrett.


Eric Nehemiah
McNeill

Daniel, Elijah McNeill
announces the birth of his
baby brother, Eric
Nehemiah McNeill, born
Sept. 17, 2010, at Flowers
Hospital in Dothan, Ala.
At birth, he weighed 7
pounds, 12 ounces, and was
22 inches long.
Nehemiah is the son of
Daniel and Crystal McNeill
of Graceville.
His grandparents are
Billy and Cherie Carpenter
of Grand Ridge; Charlie
and Cece Baur of Chipley;
and Ernie and Fran
McNeill of Marianna.
Great-grandparents are
Nell Roberts of Grand-
Ridge; Wayne Roberts of
Sopchoppy; C.J. and
Martha Carpenter of
Sneads; Master Sgt. Ernest
and Virginia McNeill of St.
Petersburg; and the late
Col. William and Kathryn
Gephart of Quincy.


Malachi Adam
Coulliette


Malachi Adam Coulliette
was born 1:23 p.m. on Sept.
21, 2010, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
Malachi weighed 7
pounds, 2 ounces and was
19 inches long at birth.
Parents are Chasity
Daniels and Timothy
Coulliette.
Grandparents are Tausha
Shores, Penny and
Dewayne Daniels, and
Peggy and Eddie
Coulliette.


Jujuan Taylor
Garrett


Jujuan Taylor Garrett
was born 2:48 p.m. on, Sept.
12, 2010, at Jackson


Alexandria Jordan
Medina

Alexandria Jordan
Medina was born 11:06
p.m. on Sept. 17, 2010, at
Jackson Hospital in
Marianna.
Master Alexandria
weighed 7 pounds, 5
ounces, and was 19% inch-
es long at birth.
Parent is Ashley Medina.
Grandparents are Efrain
Medina and Aletha
Medina.


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Jaxin Kee Perry

Jaxin Kee Perry was born
9:06 a.m. on Sept. 18,
2010, at Jackson Hospital
in Marianna.
Jaxin weighed 8 pounds,
5 ounces, and was 20 inich-
es long at birth.
Parents are Cassie Smith'
and Joey Perry.
Grandmother is Kathryn
Welch.


Kahlanii Nevaeh
Tranek Smith

Kahlanii Nevaeh Tranek
Smith was born 6:43 p.m.
orn Sept. 20, 2010, at
Jackson Hospital in
Marianna.
Kahlanii weighed 7
pounds, 5 ounces and 20
inches long at birth.
Parents are Domonique
Rhynes and Tramaine
Smith.
Grandparents are the late
Billy Joe Pollock, Angie
Rhynes and Shela Smith.


Myrick celebrates

92nd birthday
Mrs. Eldora Lewis
Myrick, affectionately
called "Dora" by her chil-
dren, waited patiently to
celebrate her 92nd birthday
on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2010.
She is the mother of eight
(one deceased), the grand-
mother of 26, great-grand-
mother of 35, and the great-
great-grandmother of one.
Mrs. Myrick was married
to the late James G. Myrick
Jr. for 45 years. She enjoys
life to the fullest, loving mother, grandmoth-
She has been a member er, great-grandmother and
of the Springfield African great-great-grandmother, a
Methodist Episcopal happy 92nd birthday on
Church in Marianna since Friday night Sept. 24, with
July 1932, and says that her a fish fry at her home.
faith in God has been the On Saturday, Sept. 25,
primary influence in her family and friends gathered
life. again at the home of her
The entire Myrick family eldest, the Rev. Delanor
and friends gathered and Mae F. Myrick, for her
toectcr to wish Dora, a birthday celebration.


The Fred Peters family of
Marianna recently gathered
for a "Decade Birthday
Party" honoring Fred Pe-ters
on his 80th birthday, Robert
Peters on his 50th birthday
and Charles Peters on his
40th birthday, on Sunday,
Aug. 29, at Beef '0' Brady's
restaurant in Marianna.
William and Jennifer
Peters and Mary Ellen
Ingram decorated the restau-
rant with help from the
grand-children.
William had written an
80th birthday tribute song,
and with his sister and
brothers singing along as he
played guitar, they paid trib-
ute to their daddy.
A birthday cake decorated
by Dorothy Peters was
inscribed with "Happy
Decade Birthday" to Fred,
Robert and Charles.
Attending family mem-
bers included William,
Jennifer, Gabriel, Caleb,
Jacob, Rebecca Peters and
Megan Mitchell; Robert,
Debbie and Joshua; Charles,
Bobbie, Alexandria,
Nicholas and Jonathan
Peters, all of Tallahassee;
Mary, Michael and Matthew
Ingram, Fred and Dorothy
Peters of Marianna; John
Donald and Virginia Brock
of Panama City; and
Kenneth and Barbara Peters
of Dothan, Ala.


MARIANNA, GRACEVILLE, AND THE BOOKMOBILE

Library's new overdue
policy became effective
Oct. 1 On Friday, October
1, 2010,. Jackson' County
Public Library's new over-
due policy became effec-
tive. All books and other
Library materials checked
out on or after that day will
incur an overdue fine if
returned after the due date. ..'. t
Fines will accrue at a rate Barbara Grant
of ten cents per item per
day up to a maximum of
$1.00 per item. Most items can be checked out for 21
days. Books can be renewed at the library or by tele-
phone if they are not yet overdue. For more information
or to renew library books, call (850) 482-9631 :

Book Review - "Atonement"o
Written by Ian McEwan
REVIEWED BY BARBARA GRANT, LIBRARY VOLUNTEER
I purchased this current, popular book for $1.00 from the
used book section at the Jackson Coiunty Public Library. I
will return it, so you might wish to buy it at the library. I
had seen the movie, and that only added to my enjoyment
of reading the book. Briony is an elementary school age
girl living in an English castle. She has a great imagination
that she puts to use by writing stories and plays. But in our
book, she has allowed this imagination to run wild and
become far from the truth. When she brings witness to what
she thinks she has seen, it becomes too much for her. And
like a bride who doesn't know how, at the last minute, to get
out of an unwanted wedding because of all the planning
and motion leading to the event, Briony becomes trapped in
her own telling of what she thinks she has seen. The story
contains much psychological insight into our minds and the
power of suggestion.
The book has four parts, Briony's young life at home, the
horrors of war in Nazi France, Briony's career as a nurse
during the war and London in 1999 as she looks back on her
life. How does one live after making such a terrible mistake
that so changes the lives of the people one loves?
Some other books by Ian McEwan include: . ,
'The Cement Garden" Four children are left alone in a
castle-like house amid grim high-rises, after their parents'
deaths. Free of supervision, they can do anything as long as
they keep the house's secret. "The Child in Time" The 3 year
old daughter of a successful writer of children's books is
snatched from him in a supermarket. This is the tender story
of how a husband and wife cope with the loss of a child.
"Enduring Love" Joe Rose, a science writer's life is shat-
tered when he witnesses a tragic accident. A child is trapped
in the basket of a hot air balloon as it is tossed by the wind.
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in bringing the balloon to safety. But something passes
between them...
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neighbors.
A $10 minimum donation is requested
per walker, and walkers are encouraged
to obtain additional pledges to help the
Alzheimer's Resource Center reach its
goal of $85,000.
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will be given a special 2010 A Walk to
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Refreshments will be provided before,
during and after the walk, and door
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team photos will be made at 8 a.m.,
opening ceremonies will begin at 8:30
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a-thon and is now accepting registrations
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who wish to participate.
Anyone interested in serving as a
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Remember is encouraged to call the
Alzheimer's Resource Center at 334-
702-2273 or 888-702-8689 for more
information. Pledge sheets, post-ers, fly-
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Managing Editor: Michael Becker


Our Opinion


Do your


part


It comes as no surprise that the
county Christmas Fund is facing hard
times. The economy continues to lag;
unemployment in Jackson County
hovers at 9 percent, some businesses
have closed and even the chamber has
had to ask for help with the insurance
premiums on its headquarters.
All the more reason why county res-
idents need to dig deep this year and
help out. While no one has said so
explicitly, there are more families in
need of help this year than in previous
years. The demands on the Christmas
Fund will be, greater.
Organizers have put out a call for
help. Contributions of money are, of
course, always welcome. But volun-
teers may be the greatest need now.
The married couple who served as
the main organizers in years past have
moved away. The fund says it needs
to identify volunteers, quickly, who
can step in and help ensure this year's
campaign happens. ' '
So for those who feel their finances
are stretched too thin to make much of
a monetary contribution can help in
other ways; largely by donating their
time and effort.
We have little doubt that the com-
munity will step up. The many
fundraisers that are constantly being
held speak to the community spirit
that exists in Jackson County. But
time is of the essence. It is already
October, which means Christmas is
less than three months away.
Anyone wishing to help out is being
asked to call 718-7768.



CONTACT YOUR


REPRESENTATIVE

Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 7
Marti.Coley@myfloridahouse.gov
Capitol office
319 The Capitol
402 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-2873
District office
Building L, Room 108 Chipola College
3094 Indian Circle
Marianna, FL 32446-1701
(850) 718-0047

Rep. Brad Drake, R-District 5
Brad.Drake@myfloridahouse.gov
Capitol office
313 House Office Building
402 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-4726
District office
NWFL State-Chautauqua Campus #205
908 U.S. Highway 90 West
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433-1436
(850) 892-8431



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Marianna FL, 32447 or faxing to 850-482-4478 or
send email to editorial@jcfloridan.com. The Floridan
reserves the right to editor not publish any letter Be
sure to include your full address and telephone number
These will only be used to verify the letter and will not
be printed. For more information call (850) 526-3614.


Technology delig

BY MARSHA MERCER Still, it's hard to beat the
serendipity of finding arti-
My memories of high cles you didn't know you
school do'not include text- wanted to read while turning
books. I remember rambling print pages.
more than I remember crack- So far, the publishing
ing a book. industry accommodates both
I wandered into journalism the print and the digital
at the school newspaper, met enthusiast, but newspapers
T.S. Eliot in the library and and magazines are struggling.
schemed petty rebellion lis- Some experts predict the
tening to folk music. Fueled demise of the print book in
by black coffee and Bob five short years. That sounds
Dylan, my friends and I extreme, but Amazon report-
drove aimlessly into adven- ed this summer that for every
tures that always ended too 100 hardbacks, it sells 143
soon. We had curfews. digital books for Kindles.
Textbooks were remote, Providing electronic read-
boring and infinitely forget- ers and digital books is tech-
table. ' nologically savvy and saves
This year, though, students school districts money. But
at Clearwater (Fla.) High should the school library go
School, my alma mater, actu- the way of bound books?
ally may remember their Cushing Academy, a prep
textbooks. For the first time, school in Massachusetts, is
all of Clearwater High's getting rid of its library
2,100 students received books and spending half a
Kindle electronic readers million dollars on a replace-
personalized with their indi- ment for its library. Officials
vidual textbooks. Amazon haven't decided whether to
has said the high school is call the new place a "learn-
the country's first to issue ing center" or something
devices to all students. else, the Boston Globe
"I feel like a pioneer walk- reported.
ing into a new era," "In place of the stacks,
Clearwater principal Keith they are spending $42,000
Mastorides told the St. on three large flat-screen
Petersburg Times. TVs that will project data
The students and faculty in from the Internet and
Clearwater are hardly the $20,000 on special laptop-
only pioneers stepping into a friendly study carrels. Where
new era. Nearly each day the reference desk was, they
brings, a milestone in the are building a $40,000 coffee
evolution of how we read. shop that will include a
Today you can read news- $12,000 cappuccino
papers, books or magazines machine," David Abel wrote
instantly. Your customized in the Globe.
news feed from sources you The University of t'exas at
pick comes directly to you. San Antonio's Applied


A prescription to kill
local pharmacies
Dear editor,
It has recently been
brought to our attention that
the PPO insurance plan for
state employees and retirees
are losing their option to
have prescriptions filled
locally. They need our help.
CVS/Caremark is currently
mailing letters explaining
that due to recent legislation,
patients would have only up
to three refills at a local
pharmacy. Subsequent refills
must be filled through the
Caremark mail order pro-
gram. This is unacceptable
for a number of reasons.
Initially from a personal
level, retirees and older peo-
ple who are still working
have come to trust and rely ,
on the local pharmacist to
give them advice and feed-
back, and offer them some


hts and bewilders


Engineering and Technology
Library brags that it's the
first university library to go
totally book-free.. Other sci-
entific libraries have been
moving toward a. book-free
state, but at the UT-San
Antonio library, there's not
one bound,volume, All
425,000 books and 18,000
scholarly journal articles are
accessible only by computer.
The Web site Inside
Higher Ed called the Texas
library "a symbol of the
inevitability of electronic as
the prevailing medium" in,
academia.
For now, most students canr
explore library stacks with
their shelves of endless pos-
sibility.
But change is upon us. The
venerable New Yorker, first
published in 1925, just
launched an iPad version to
augment its print and other
digital offerings.
In a reassuring note to
readers in the Oct. 4 issue,
the editors said print remains
the magazine's most popular
form "by miles," and yet
they sniped gratuitously at
another print tradition:
"Unlike a Sunday newspa-
per, say, the print magazine
is still a beautiful, portable,
storable, slide-it-into-your-
bag-able technology."
Beauty is in the eye of the
holder. Sunday newspapers
are big, fat and unwieldy
when they have lots of
advertising. Ads, as the edi-
tors of The New Yorker well
know, are a good thing.
The magazine's editors also
wrote: "We're at once delight-


ed and a little bewildered
about this latest digital devel-
opment and our place in it:
delighted because of the qual-
ity of what the tablet provides
and the speed with which the
magazine can be distributed,
but bewildered, too, because
we'd be liars if we say we
knew precisely where the
technology will lead."
Amen. Delighted and
bewildered we all are, and
none of us knows where the
technology will lead.
In Clearwater, a 10th grad-
er told a local TV station it
felt like Christmas morning
when she got her Kindle.
Other students say the
devices are a weight off their
shoulders. They're only 8"
by 5" and weigh 10 ounces.
Students can take notes and
look up words in a built-in
dictionary. The device has a
wireless connection.
"It's still a book," said
principal Mastorides. "But
it's a book-plus!"
We'll find out if the stu-
dents remember just the
Kindles or also the subject
matter they contain. I, for
one, hope the devices also
encourage youthful ram-
blings, real or virtual. Many
of high school's lessons
don't come from books.
The book-plus - or what-
ever you call the latest tech-
nology - offers students of
all ages ease and freedom.
Happy wandering.
Marsha Mercer writes
from Washington. You may
contact her at marsha.mer-
cer@yahoo.com.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


advice about potential
options to talk about with
their physician. Pharmacists
are practically chemists and
are invaluable to those who
have no other options for
consultation.
On a more economic scale,
when you consider the types
of medications being affect-
edl by this legislation, like
blood pressure medicine and
other long-term care pharma-
ceuticals, the state employee
density in the Panhandle is a
prescription for bankruptcy
for local, independent phar-
macies, in three easy pre-
scription cycles. At the end
of thosecycles, the govern-
ment has guaranteed pharma-
cists -trusted advisers and
small businesses -to lose 100
percent of this revenue
stream, only to have it given
to larger corporations. While
we recognize some people
already use and enjoy this
plan and some cost savings
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associated with it, others do
not, and elect to pay slightly
more in some cases, and
nothing extra in others, for
local service, quality, and
peace of mind.
We at the East Jackson
County Economic *
Development Council are a
pro-business and pro-jobs
organization. Our stated mis-
sion is to attract businesses
to our area to provide jobs,
and attract big companies
bring many jobs. However, it
is never acceptable to allow
big business to reduce the
quality of life we experience
in Jackson County. We also
support and defend those
businesses that have served
our area for generations.
Now is that time. This is an
anti-competitive and dis-
eased shot in the arm to our
local businesses by our own
government, and has to be
called out.
In the spring of 2010, East


Jackson County Economic
Development Council and
other active organizations,
businesses and citizens
worked together to send
Tallahassee a message that
we weren't going to sit still
while jobs, homes, families,
communities and local
economies were toyed with
and sold to privatization.
How soon we forget. We ask
you to join with and support
us in the effort to bring
awareness. We also call on
our county commission,
chamber of commerce and
citizens, to express concern
and disapproval of this new
legislation, taking effect Jan.
1, 2011, through letters and
phone calls to our legislators,
and ask for the law to be
repealed or amended to
allow for an opt out or an
open enrollment feature.

Jason Johnson
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Downriver 'Ball Race' is new United Way event


BN DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

The Jackson County United Way cam-
paign will feature a new event this year.
Those who participate could wind up with
a new self-propelled lawnmower or five-
burner gas grill.
Jackson County Road and Bridge
Superintendent Al Green is chairman of
the local United Way team, and is organiz-
ing the Oct. 15 event.
Tickets are available for sale at the road


department and at the county administra-
tion complex on Madison Street in
Marianna.
The plan involves a "ball race," and
lunch at Turner's Landing after the race. It
costs $10 per ticket to get in on the fun.
Floating balls will be placed in the water
at Spring Creek Park and will "race"
downstream to Turners Landing on the
Chipola River.
The number assigned to each ticket sold
will be written on one of the balls.
The first two balls to arrive at the finish


line will earn the ticket-holders a five-
burner grill or a self-propelled John Deere
lawnmower.
Ticket holders don't have to be present
to win, but those who are not there will
miss out on the post-race meal.
People who buy tickets will be treated to
lunch at the Landing around 11:30 a.m., or
after the first two balls wend their way to
the finish line.
The meal, sponsored by Florida Public
Utilities, will feature hot dogs, hamburg-
ers, chips and drinks.


Green is only selling 150 tickets to the
event. For more information, call Karen at
482-9629.
Tickets are also available for the tradi-
tional United Way event, a chili dinner set
to begin at 11 a.m. on Nov. 5 at Citizen's
Lodge. The $5 meal tickets also entitle
holders to participate in an auction of
donated items.
For $1 more, residents can purchase a
ticket for a drawing to give away a gas
grill, or a Craftsman 204-piece mechanic's
tool set.


Oil


In the 1970s, Newell
wrote a classroom curricu-
lum. called "Art is Fun."
The goal of the curriculum
is to "come in the back
door of reading, writing,
math, science, history and
social studies and leave out
the front door of art."
"I can't teach origami, I
can't teach you to fold
paper, if you don't know
squares, rectangles, halves
or quarters," Newell said.
She uses art to teach
other subjects like reading,
math and science. But she
also use these other sub-
jects to teach art.
She saw the "opportunity
of a lifetime" this summer
when the oil spill affected
the Gulf coast. It was an
opportunity to turn the
tragedy into understanding
for her students.
Thus, the title of her cur-
riculum, "Tragedy to
Understanding The Gulf
Oil Spill as seen through
oil and water resist Art."
Newell has helped her
students become historians.
for the tragedy on the Gulf
coast.. The art helps put
proof behind the event, she
said.
Before any artwork was
made, the lessons started
with discussions about the
oil spill.
Some of Newell's stu-
dents thought people
poured barrels of oil into
the gulf. Others thought a
ship blew up and caused
the oil to spill into the Gulf.
One student thought there
was a sink hole in the floor
of the Gulf.


Many of the students
thought the Gulf was an
ocean. This turned into a
discussion of what a gulf
is, and where the other
gulfs in the world are locat-
ed.
Students learned about
the endangered animals of
the area and about the wet-
lands and waterways
around the Gulf coast.
Before the students
could learn about the
explosion of the oil rig,
they had to know what an
oil rig is.
It's a house, a communi-
ty, where people work, live,
eat and sleep, Newell said.
Students also learned it is
possible to have fire on
water, which fascinated
them, Newell said.
Newell wanted her stu-
dents to have a full under-
standing of what happened.
"I like it to be ringing in
their ears, smelling the oil,
seeing it, touching it, feel-
ing it and understanding it
mentally," Newell said.
After the students under-
stood what happened in the
Gulf, they were able to
experience it firsthand.
Newell used an art tech-
nique called oil and water
resist that made the oil spill
real for the children.
The paint was not the
ordinary kind that people
use around the house,
though.
Bush Paint helped locate
and provide heavy oil-
based paint like the kind
used on battleships and air-
planes.
The paint was put in a


Prison Continued From Page 1A

tion toward the city of Office Air Unit, Florida
Marianna in the area of Highway Patrol, Florida
Pennsylvania Avenue. Department of Law
.According to the sher- Enforcement, Florida Fish
iff's office, a number of and Wildlife Conservation
calls from citizens helped Commission, Department
the tracking teams monitor of Transportation Motor
the inmate's location and Carrier and Compliance,
direction of travel, and the Marianna Police
The escapee was subse- Department.
quently taken into custody Mallory was serving a
without incident in a six-year sentence for bur-
wooded area near Cedar glary and grand theft out of
Street, behind the Lee County. He is now
Marianna Middle School. being held at the Jackson
Other agencies assisting County jail awaiting first
were Bay County Sheriff's appearance.


Pink Continued From Page 1A


entertain and educate chil-
dren about fire safety.
Sparky the Fire Dog and
Smokey the Bear will also
be there to do the same.
A bounce house, slide,
dunking booth, "minute to
win it" games, and the
National Guard rock wall
will be provided for enter-
tainment for all who
attend.
Free' refreshments such
as drinks, hamburgers,
popcorn, and boiled
peanuts will be served.
There will be many oppor-
tunities to take pictures, so
everyone is invited to
bring their cameras.
Local officials , have
declared Oct. 4-9 Fire
Prevention Week, and the
event is the culmination of


activies throughout that
week to highlight fire
safety and, in particular,
the need to have properly
function smoke alarms in
* all enclosed structures.
The theme of the week is
"Fire Alarms: A sound
you can live with."
Firefighters from both
Marianna and that county
will be visiting school
children that week to talk
about fire alarms, house-
hold fire escape plans and
other issues.
County Fire Marshal
Chuck Sawyer said county
firefighters will be avail-
able to inspect installed
alarms at no charge if any-
one has any doubt about
whether their unit is func-
tioning.


bucket of water and stu-
dents could see for them-
selves what happens when
items are put into the oil
and water mixture.
Newell wanted the stu-
dents to be able to use'
items with value, and not
just paper, for the project.
Dolphins, sailfish, turtles
and pelicans have value,
and now they are covered
in this awful oil, which
changes their appearance
and texture, she said.
Businesses and individu-
als donated frisbees and
cups to give the students
something substantial to
use.
"Just because you fell in
the water that was covered
in this oil didn't mean you
didn't have value," Newell
said. "And to me, the fris-
bee had value to the child."
Newell has not only been
teaching this curriculum in
her classroom this year, she
spent the summer teaching
other educators in the area
how to use it.
After the oil spill this
summer, Newell was invit-
ed to make a presentation


Continued From Page 1A


on integrated learning in Florida," Newell said.
Bay County. The group of artists
She had the idea to incor- worked on ways to take
porate the oil spill and the their art specialities into the
oil and water resist tech- classroom through integrat-
nique into her presentation. ed teaching.
After this initial presen- The group looked at state
station, Newell was invited standards and the needs of
to Santa Rosa, Bay and teachers, and how to make
other Panhandle counties to art effective for teaching
present her curriculum to students.
other teachers. Newell is going back to
Her reach didn't stop in Orlando this month to pres-
the Panhandle, or even in ent her curriculum at the
Florida. Florida Art- Educators
In the middle of August, Conference.
Newell received a call from Newell has used this
the John F. Kennedy Center form of art for years, but
for the Performing Arts. she has gone beyond the art
She was invited to partici- itself and used it to teach
pate in a seminar called her students about a real-
Artists as Educators. life event. Her integrated
She spent a week in teaching approach has even
Orlando with 15 pther inspired other -teachers at
artists from the around the Graceville to incorporate
country. She was the only the oil spill into their teach-
elementary art educator ing.
and was proud to represent A fourth grade teacher is
Jackson County, she said. helping her students prac-
"One of ladies there had tice their writing skills by
stepped off the stage at having them write narrative
Carnegie Hall on Sunday, and expository pieces on
and Monday was having the oil spill, In music class,
lunch across from me, and the students sing a song
I'm - from Graceville, about the oil spill.


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found it with inmate labor.
Asked about statements made .in the
community that the signs cost $75,000,'
Moneyham said he thought some people
may have been confused because another,
more expensive project is going on at the
same time.
The city received a $75,000 grant for
landscaping the areas around the signs, as
well as at the intersection of U.S. 90 and
State Road 69. That work is also under
way. That project has nothing to do with
the signs, Moneyham said. Money for the
sign materials came from the-city's gener-
al fund.
As for the delay in getting the signs fin-
ished, there's also been talk that the work
has come to a standstill because the town
ran out of money for the project.
Moneyham said that is also untrue.
The cause of the delay, he said, was a
matter of logistics related to a paving proj-
ect, and the fact that inmates need time to
finish fabricating the letters. They're
almost done, and the paving-related issue
has also been resolved.
The signs, he said, should be finished in
the next three to four weeks as a result.
"There's a paving, contract going on
State Road 69, from the Calhoun County
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OBITUARIES


Harper-Morris Memorial
Chapel
2276 Airport Blvd.
Pensacola, FL 32504
850-478-3292
Patti R. Barnes
Patti R. Barnes, 49, of
Destin passed away Wed-
nesday, Sept. 29, 2010.
Patti was born Oct. 5,
1960, in Pensacola. She was
a 1978 graduate of J.M.
Tate High School. Patti
earned her bachelor's de-
gree from Troy State Uni-
versity. She was an accom-
plished businesswoman in
retail management, and
enjoyed meeting and as-
sisting customers from
many different places dur-
ing her career.
Patti found great joy in


the love she expressed to
her family. She will always
be remembered for her
continued dedication and
never-ending compassion
for each member of her
family. Her two greatest
loves were spending free
time on the beautiful
beaches of the Gulf Coast
and taking photographs of
her nieces, nephews,
grand-nieces and grand-
nephews. Patti never
missed an opportunity to
spend time with her nieces
and nephews, as she was
more that an aunt, but a
mom and attended every
extracurricular activity
possible.
Her parents, Roswell and
Herberta (Bert) Barnes,
preceded Patti in death.


She is survived by her sis-
ters, Debra Matthews
(Chris) of Marianna, and
Nell McElhaney (John) of
Cantonment; brother Steve
Barnes of Destin; nieces
and nephews Shane,
Deena, Tara, Melissa and
Melanie; and grand-nieces
and grand-nephews Madi-
son, Brantley, Kaylee, Car-
son, Mason and Ava Claire.
She will be missed by her
special puppy companions,
Punkin and Bitsy.
There will be a graveside
service 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct.
3, at Bayview Memorial
Park, with the Revs. C. A.
Flowers Sr. and C. Aubrey
Flowers Jr. officiating.
Harper-Morris Memorial
Chapel is in charge of ar-
rangements.
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Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home
8261 Highway 90
Sneads, FL 32460
850-593-9900
Carl Pauline
Brownlee
Mauney
Mrs. Carl Pauline "Polly"
Brownlee Mauney, 88, of
Grand Ridge, formerly of
Potts Camp, Miss., died
Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010, at
her home.
She was a native of Mis-
sissippi and had lived in
the Potts Camp area until
1960, when she moved to
Florida. She is a member of
the Inwood Baptist Church
in Grand Ridge.


Services were at Salem
Baptist Church in Potts
Camp, Tuesday, Sept. 28,
with visitation at noon. The
funeral followed an hour
later at 1 p.m. with inter-
ment in the church ceme-
tery. Holly Springs Funeral
Home was in charge. The
Rev. Randy Bynum officiat-
ed.
Mrs. Mauney is survived
by her son, Kenneth L.
Mauney of Grand Ridge;
and four daughters, Norma
Rosentritt of San Antonio,
Texas, Jo Carroll of Talla-
hassee, Linda Maples of
Grand Ridge, and Dianne
Davidson of Sneads. She is
also survived by nine
grandchildren; and 13
great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in


death by her husband,
Louis. Randall "Hatch"
Mauney; and a grand-
daughter, Annette
Rosentritt.
In lieu of flowers, a dona-
tion may be given to either
of her beloved churches:
Inwood Baptist Church,
2012 Inwood Road, Grand
Ridge, FL 32442; or Salem
Baptist Church.
Holly Springs. Funeral
Home, Highway 311, Holly
Springs, MS 38635-0657,
662-252-1161, was in
charge of arrangements.


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STAFF REPORT

Susan Baker
was found
guilty of aggra-
vated child
abuse, interfer-
ence with cus-
tody and giving Susan
false informa- Baker
tion to law
enforcement by a jury in
Washington County Friday
afternoon. Baker was convict-
ed by "a three-man, three-
woman jury. Jury selection
took place Sept. 24 and 27.
The trial lasted from Tuesday
morning to Friday afternoon.
Baker faces 30 years in
prison for the first charge and
five for the second charge.
The third is a misdemeanor,
according to Greg Wilson,
chief assistant state attorney.
Baker is being held without
bond. Her sentencing is set for
Nov. 8, Wilson said.
The charges stem from an
incident in November 2009
when Baker's niece, 7-month-
old Shannon Dedrick, was
reported missing. Five days
later, the infant was found in a
box under Baker's bed.
Chrystina Mercer,
Shannon's mother, is facing
charges for making a false 911
call, interference with custody
and providing false informa-
tion to law enforcement.
Mercer's trial is set for
November, Wilson said.
In November, law enforce-
ment officials said Mercer
arranged to give Baker her
daughter, and did so in front of
Mercer's home in the early
hours of Oct. 31.
Mercer called dispatchers
some 10 hours later and told
them the child was missing,
according to law enforcement.
Shannon is currently in fos-
ter care. Her father's parental
rights were terminated volun-
tarily and her mother is in jail
awaiting trial, Wilson said.


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Making This Right

Beaches
Claims
Cleanup

Economic Investment

Environmental
Restoration

Health and Safety
Wildlife


/ was born in New Orleans. My family still lives here. We have
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hotel and restaurant owners who live and worv here.
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No oil has flowed into the Gulf for weeks. But we know this is just the
beginning of our work. BP has taken full responsibility for the cleanup
'in the Gulf and that includes keeping you informed.

Restoring Gulf Communities
We can't undo'this tragedy. But we can help people get back on their feet.
We have been working with impacted communities since day one.

Partnering with local governments and community organizations, my job is
to listen to people's needs and frustrations and find ways to help. We have
19 community centers and teams in four states, listening and helping.

Restoring The Economy
BP is here in Gulf communities with shrimpers, fishermen, hotel and
* restaurant owners, helping to make them whole.

More than 120,000 claim payments totaling over $375 million have
already gone to people affected by the spill. We have committed a
$20 billion independent fund to pay all legitimate claims, including lost
incomes until people impacted can go back to work. And none of this
will be paid by taxpayers.

BP has also given grants of $87 million to the states to help tourism
recover and bring people, back to the Gulf beaches.

Restoring The Environment
We're going to keep looking for oil and cleaning it up if we find it. Teams
will remain in place for as long as it takes to restore the Gulf Coast.

And we've dedicated $500 million to work with local and national scientific
experts on the impact of the spill and to restore environmental damage.

Thousands of BP employees have their roots in the Gulf. We support
over 10,000 jobs in the region and people here are our neighbors. We
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Libby Hoff settles down for a snack while waiting
for the homecoming parade to start. - Mark
Skinner / Floridan

See Page 12B for more photos of Marianna
High School's Homecoming.



Wave to the crowd




























Delfanie Oliver and Florence Dixon perform as
part of the MHS Band's dance line Friday. - Mark
Skinner / Floridan


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changes that I didn't expect to ever see.
Things that used to be unusual to the
public are becoming a normal, visible
part of our society.
The negative things that we see,
hear and take part in these days are
continuously increasing. Have we, the
country whose foundation was based
on God, forgotten some of our early
guidelines?
Watching television with our chil-
dren has become an uncomfortable
adventure for many people of high
standards. Some of the language we
hear, and scenes that appear on our
screens, often when we least ex-pect
them, can have a strong impact on any
of us, but especially on our children.
So-called family movies seem to be
moving more and more toward the
type of movies that use to be consid-
ered more for adults. Even when a
scene doesn't show the full conclusion
of various activities shown, the sug-
gestive dialogue and attitudes makes it
easy on the imagination. The children
of today, in our technology-filled


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comes to knowledge.
Many things we con-
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the radio, looking at tel-
evision and watching
movies, that are good
Thomas V. or bad, can have an
Murphy affect on our subcon-
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listen and observe them on regular
bases. Physical activities between
same sexes that are shown in scenes on
television and in the movies have
increased greatly. Living together
without being married is depicted on
television and in the movies as a nor-
mal way of life.
In fact, life in our country shows
that in reality more folks are what
some used to call "shacking up" (liv-
ing together without marriage) than
ever. It reminds me of that old state-
ment, "If it feels good, do it." No won-
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when it comes to making some of life's
big-gest decisions.
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in order to quench their thirst for
blood. The most unbelievable thing
about these programs is that they are
not only accepted, but popular. What
in the world is going on? There is no
way something so gruesome could
have a positive affect on any normal
person.
One thing you can count on; if you
want to find music full of raunchy,
negative lyrics on your radio, or
immorality and even pornography in
the movies and on television these
days, you don't have to look too hard
to find them. Actually, if you sit in
front of your television changing
channels long enough, they just might
find you. There is junk everywhere.
It's almost as though we have been
drugged, and have been brainwashed
to accept anything, no matter how
way-out or crazy it might seem.
I don't know about you, but I refuse
to follow some of the new trends that
seem to be capturing our population.
Keeping up with some of the negative
new trends and activities that have
infiltrated our society is easy to do, if
you choose to. But I plan on choosing
and enjoying some of the positive aind
refreshing types of activities that were
so pleasant in days gone by that don't
clog your brain with unhealthy
thoughts.







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Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, October 3, 2010 - 1 lA


Graceville business marks quarter century


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

Some in distant towns
may never have heard of
Graceville until they start-
ed searching for an outlet
mall they'd heard was
tucked away somewhere in
northwest Florida.
The search for brand-
name clothes and other
merchandise at outlet
prices led those shoppers to
northwest Jackson County,
and subsequently, to-other
treasures available there.
Mayor Charles Holman
said that's one of the rea-
sons he's happy to cele-
brate VF Outlet's 25th
anniversary in Graceville
this year.
He said the company
provides an anchor that
helps stabilize downtown
Graceville.
"A lot of people come in
just to go shopping at VF
Outlet, but they get here
and go eat at restaurants,
shop at other stores, look
around at what else we
have to offer," Holman
said. "It's really so benefi-
cial to this community in a
lot of ways. It provides a
lot of jobs, and we're proud
that they're here."
VF Outlet manager John
Turner was with the com-
pany when the Graceville
facility was Vanity Fair
Mills - a sewing factory
established in 1970. He
provided a summary of
developments from there.
"VF Outlet opened in
October 1985, originally'
occupying 12,500 square
feet in the Vanity Fair Mills
manufacturing facility,"
Turner wrote. "Within one
year, VF Outlet expanded
to 50,000 square feet.,
Additional construction in
1986 added 11 other facto-
ry outlet store spaces and
YF Outlet became VF
Factory Outlet Mall. In
1993, Factory Stores of
America acquired the mall
and VF Outlet remained as
the anchor store for the
complex."
The 25th anniversary
counts from 1985, when
the outlet first opened. At
that time, Turner had
become an assistant man-


Gloria Dickens works on reorganizing floor inventory at VF Outlet in Graceville. The
business celebrates its silver anniversary this month. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


ager, and was promoted to
manager in 1987.
Holman said Turner has
been a worthy leader, and
points out that' he's made
sure VF Outlet is also an
important partner in civic
events.
For instance, many activ-
ities in the upcoming
Graceville Harvest Festival
will take place on property
adjacent to the malls, cour-
tesy of the owners and
Turner.
Holman said Turner
serves on the Harvest
Festival committee, and
has a lot to do with orches-
trating the event.
Graceville City Manager
Eugene Adams also
acknowledged the VF
Outlet's contributions.
"It's a major attractions,
and I'm sure it affects
every restaurant in town.
It's a full-blown business
partner. They house the
Harvest Festival, which is
coming up on Oct. 16, and


they have a big role in it."
Adams said he thinks
part of the success and
longevity of the business
can be attributed to the
dedication of long-term
employees like Turner and.
others.
"John Turner was born
and raised in Graceville,
and his. parents lived here
most of their lives," Adams
said.' "His mother
(Kathleen) was the city
.clerk 35 years or more, so
the roots run deep and I
think that has an effect."
Turner agreed that the
core of long-term employ-
ees is a key to the business'
success, and said that sev-
eral luncheons and other
celebrations are planned
this month to recognize
their contributions.
Since it opened, the store
has finished every year
among the top 25 in sales
volume among 77 VF
Outlet locations across the
* country, Turner said.


"Our success over the
past 25 years is attributed
to our wide customer base,
which encompasses all of
northwest Florida, south-
east Alabama and south-
west Georgia," Turner
wrote. "We are very fortu-
nate to have a fine staff of
experienced and loyalasso-
ciates who are dedicated to
keeping VF Qutlet
Graceville among the top
performers in our compa-
ny, and providing the best
customer service they can.".
Five" VF Outlet employ-
ees have worked with the
store since it opened in
1985. They are Shirley.
Randolph, who has 38
years with VF; Gloria
Dickens, who has been
there 31 years; John
Turner, 29 years; Janice
Watford, 28 years; and-
Loreatha Spears, 2'5 years.
Gloria Dickens said she
started when she was a
young married woman who
saw security for her family


Friday was last day for many Sony workers


BY LANCE GRIFFIN
MEDJA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE


It rolled its first beta cas-
sette off 'the line 33 years
ago, then transitioned into
VHS after it won the video
cassette wars in 1983.
1 Throughout its Dothan
history, Sony Electronics
kept refiguring itself, to
adjust to evolving technol-
ogy and changing coin-
sumer interest until it just
couldn't anymore.
Sony announced in'
February it planned to.
close its Dothan facility,
citing the need to stay com-
petitive by consolidating its
production. Friday marked
the last day of work for
about 140 employees who
stayed until the last piece
of merchandise rolled off
the line about, two weeks
ago. Human resources
spokesperson Mickey
Pilgrim said a handful of
employees are expected to
remain through March.
But Friday was a land-
mark day for. Dothan's
manufacturing base.
Although the Sony plant
had dwindled in employees
from near 2,000 in its
infancy to just a few hun-
dred recently, it became the
banner Dothan waved as it
recruited other manufactur-
ing industries to Dothan.


And while several manu-
facturing industries remain,
Dothan has lost its share
along with many other
communities in the


Wiregrass, around
Alabama and the country.
The Sony Dothan facility
was the first in the United
States to produce both


VHS and 8mm videotape.
According to Sony, it was
the first Japanese company
to establish operations in
Alabama.


Statistics show that almost half of the babies born in Florida are born to single mothers. Many
of these mothers are also clients of Healthy Start Coalitions across the state.

Children First is a program of the Florida Department of Revenue's Child Support
Enforcement Program. Funding is provided through a federal grant from the Department of
Health & Human Services. The goal of the project is to educate Healthy Start moms about
child support and help, them access services.

The Child Support Enforcement Program can help:


* Establish paternity (proof of
fatherhood)
* Locate the parent of the child


* Get a support order, including health
care coverage
* Enforce a new or existing support order


Healthy Start moms who need help with. or want to learn more about child support services can
call Mary Lee Blankenship at (850) 728-3825 or visit* her at the:

* Holmes County Health Department Mondays 9-4
* Jackson County Health Department Tuesdays 9-4
* Liberty County Health Department Thursdays 9-4

*No appointment is necessary.

Children thrive when they have the love and support of both parents. The Child Support
Enforcement Program can help with the financial support children need and deserve.


in the company's employee
benefits.
It became much more.
"For me, it was a form of
security because of the
benefits that the VF
offered," she said. "The
way we were able to use
our 401k, for example, that
really helped me when I
needed it."
Three decades later, she
said, the VF Outlet work-
force is more like family
than a group of co-work-
ers.
"So many of us have
been here for so long, I.
think we have a sense of
commitment and dedica-
tion that comes from with-
in and from supporting
each other," she said. "I just
think it's a great company
to work for, and that goes a.
long way. There are situa-
tions and difficulties any-
where you go, but it's like a
family here because you
make adjustments to get
along and help each other,
just like you do in your"
home life. It's coming
together to get a job done.
I've made lifelong friend-
ships; I have relationships
that have gone on long
after the person . has
retired."
A warehouse specialist,
Dickens helps make sure
the flow of merchandise
runs smoothly from ware-
house to the showroom


floor. She also helps on the
floor, running registers
when needed, assisting
customers and filling a
variety of other roles.
She and other employees
also help in the company's
community outreach, like
the upcoming breast cancer
awareness drive.
Next weekend, they're
having a bake sale at the
mall. She's not cooking for
it, but she's recruited some
friends and family to do so.
She'll be there, helping at
the event in other ways.
As the 25th anniversary
gets under way next week
for Dickens,. Turner and the
other VF Outlet employ'-
ees, the city of Graceville is
proud to be home to the
business.
Adams said he was par-
ticularly glad that Prim
Avenue, which fronts the
VF Outlet, was freshly
overlaid in time for the cel-
ebration.
"That was a joint project
of the city and Jackson
County. County
Commissioner Ed
Crutchfield helped make
that happen," Adams said.
"The center line of the road
is the city limits, so the
jurisdictions got together to
put down a new paving
overlay. We're happy for
them and for everybody
that travels the road to
them."


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
BY THE JACKSON COUNTY BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
ITS INTENT
TO UPDATE AND ADOPT THE
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
SCHEDULE TO THE JACKSON
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENT
I LS A-10-CIE Capital Improvement
Projects Update)



The Jackson County Board of County
Commissioners will hold a public
hearing to consider amending the Capital
Impict ements Element to the Jackson
Couni\ Comprehensive Plan by ordinance.

The proposed ordinance (LSA-10-CIE
Capital Improvement Projects Update) will
update the Capital Improvement Projects
to the Jackson County Comprehensive
Plan Capital Improvements Element in
accordance with Chapter 163, Florida
Statutes.

The public hearing will be held on the 12th
of October 2010 at 9:15 a.m. in the Board
of County Commission Meeting Room of
the Jackson County Administration Building
at 2864 Madison Street, Marianna, Florida.
The document may be inspected at the
Jackson County Community Development
Department at 4487 Lafayette Street,
Marianna, FL 32448. Persons wishing to
comment may do so in person at the public
hearing or in writing to the Jackson County
Community Development Department.


In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities
Act, persons needing a special accommodation
to participate in this meeting should contact the
Administrator's Assistant no later than 5 days prior to
the meeting. The Administrator's Assistant may be
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D.A.B.C.N., FA.C.FN.
Board Certified
Clinical Neurology
Fellow in Functional
Neurology


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OCTOBER 4th

IS THE DEADLINE

Tomorrow, OCTOBER 4th
is the DEADLINE
for new Voter Registrations for the

NOVEMBER 2ND GENERAL ELECTION
* All registered voters will be eligible to vote for any candidate in the General
Election, regardless of party affiliation.
* Let the Elections Office know of any changes in your name or address
BEFORE Election Day.
* Request a Ballot to Vote By Mail now if you do not already have a request on
file with the Elections Office.

Sylvia D. Stephens, Jackson county Supervisor of Elections
www.jacksoncountysoe.org 482-9652






12A - Sunday, October 3, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


ONE IN EIGHT WOMEN WILL BE DIAGNOSED WITH BREAST CANCER.


- elli Hall is the one out of eight diagnosed
SV- with breast cancer. Statistically, seven of
her friends are safe. Unfortunately, she doesn't
know which seven.
"I don't want to lose any of my friends. I can't
stress enough the importance of self-exams and
mammograms," says Kelli.
She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009


and received treatment at SAMC's Southeast
Cancer Center. Today, after cancer therapies and
nine different surgeries, Kelli still recognizes that
a perfect day begins with an early-morning jog.
"That's when I count my many blessings," she
said. "One of my little sayings is: You can have
breast cancer and perfect days even in an
' imperfect world."


Join Kelli on October 16 for SAMC Foundation's Champions of Hope event.
For more information call 334-.673-4150 or go to samcfoundation.org.




A member of
Ca nt Southeast Cancer
Ca itler Care Network


North Florida Cancer Center * 3031 Carter's Mill Road - Marianna, Florida 32446 - 850-526-2104 or 866-526-2105 * samc.org


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A MEDIA GENERAL NEWSPAPER


SPORTS


SUNDAY




'Dawgs lose heartbreaker


* For highlights of the
Bulldogs' loss to Liberty
County, go to www2.jcflori-
dan.conm/sports.
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Marianna Bulldogs' bid to
snap a three-game losing streak
fell just short Friday night at
home, as Liberty County rallied
late for a 14-13 victory.
Marianna (1-4) led for nearly
the entire game, but a 1-yard
touchdown run by Wayne Young.
with 5:01 left in the game
brought Liberty County to within
a point at 13-12.
Instead of opting for the extra
point to play for overtime,
Liberty County went for the 2-
point conversion and the win.
After an offside penalty on
Marianna moved the ball from
the 3-yard line half the distance
to the goal line, Young took a
hand-off and scored over the
right side to put Liberty up 14-13.
A failed onsides kick attempt
by Liberty County gave the ball
back to Marianna at the Liberty
43-yard line.
But on a 4th-and-4 play from
the 37, Marianna's Chris Bowers
was stopped for a 1-yard gain by
Jimmy Lee Revell to end the
drive. After an 18-yard run by
Alex Marlowe moved the ball
into Bulldog territory, Liberty
, County was stopped on three
straight plays and forced to punt.
Marianna took over on its own
13 with 2:09 to play and no time-
outs, and quarterback Michael
Mader helped keep the drive


"It's tough. I hate it for
the kids because they
played their tails off."
-Steve DeWitt,
Marianna coach

alive on a 4th-and-12 completion
to Tre Jackson for 14 yards.
On the next play, a deep throw
from Mader to Jackson was
picked off by Stedman Williams
at the Liberty County 35-yard
line to seal the win.
"It's tough," Marianna coach
Steve DeWitt said after the game.
"I hate it for the kids because
they played their tails off. It was
just a good game between two
evenly matched teams.
Unfortunately, we just came up a
little short."
Marianna got on the board first
on a 51-yard TD run by Hakeem
Holmes early in the second quar-
ter. Mader's extra point made it;
7-0 with 11:50 left in.the first
half.
Liberty County fumbled in
Marianna territory on its next two
possessions, and Marianna was
unable to take advantage, settling
for a 7-0 halftime edge.
A 6-yard TD run by Young
made it 7-6 with 3:04 left in the
third quarter, but the extra point
was blocked.
Bowers added a 2-yard TD run
early in the fourth, and finished
the game with 89 rushing yards
on 21 carries to lead Marianna.
Young's final TD capped a
nine-play, 60-yard drive.


Mariannq's Chris Bowers (12) tries to break free of a tackle by a Liberty County defender during a
14-13 Liberty County victory on Friday night in Marianna. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


Blountstown races past Graceville 40-13


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Graceville Tigers suffered
their second straight defeat
Friday night in Blountstown,
falling 40-13 to the home-stand-
ing Tigers.
Blountstown improved to 3-1
with the win, while Graceville
dropped to 1-3.
Blountstown jumped out to a
fast start, going ahead 12-0 in the
first quarter, and taking a. 20-6
lead into the halftime break.
Graceville appeared it would
make a game of it early in the
second half, as a 74-yard kickoff
return by Jeremy Watford set up
a short touchdown run by Jacky
Miles to make it 20-13.
Blountstown answered with a
score of its own with a 14-yard
rushing touchdown by Marquel
Thomas, who also added the 2-
point conversion to make it 28-
13 with 6:39 on the third-quarter
clock.
Sophomore Bobby Andrews
added another score for
Blountstown with a TD run from


18 yards out minutes later to
make it a 34-13 advantage with
3:13 on the clock.
Thomas put the exclamation
point on the evening for
Blountstown with a 24-yard
rushing touchdown with nine
minutes left in the fourth quarter
toxound out the scoring.
Miles, accounted for both
Graceville scores,, adding a 26-
yard touchdown pass to Derae
Laster with 5:26 left in the sec-
ond quarter.
Miles completed ll-of-14
passes for 142 yards with a
touchdown and two intercep-
tions.
Laster had three catches for 74
yards and a score, and also
picked off a pass defensively.
Watford led Graceville in
rushing with eight carries for 32
yards, while also adding six solo
tackles and two assists on
defense. Jay Parent had five solo
tackles and two assists.
Graceville will be back in
action on Friday with a home
game against district foe,
Jefferson County at 7 p.m.


Graceville's Jacky Miiles gets set to throw the football during a
game earlier this season. The Tigers lost to Blountstown 40-13 on
Friday night in Blountstown to fall to 1-3 on the season. -
Floridan File Photo


Sneads rolls

by Bozeman
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Sneads Lady Pirates vol-
leyball team continued its hot
streak in district competition with
a three-set victory over the
Bozeman Lady Bucks on
Thursday night in Panama City.
Sneads won the first set 25-11,
then took the next two by scores
of 25-15 and 25-8.
With the win, the Lady Pirates
improved to 13-3 overall and a
perfect 10-0 in league competi-
tion.
' Kara Alford led Sneads with 11
kills, while Jordan Jackson added
nine, Alyssa Edwards eight, and
Brandy Strickland and Yonna
Bell chipping in four each.
Becca Aaron led with four digs,
with Emily Jones adding three.
Jackson had two blocks to lead
Sneads, with Alford adding one.
Aaron led the offense with 28
assists, with Strickland register-
See SNEADS, Page 2B >


Hornets' streak snapped by Chipley


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Cottondale Hornets saw
their three-game winning streak
snapped by the Chipley Tigers
on Friday night in Chipley.
The Tigers took a 40-24 vic-
tory over the Hornets, improv-
ing to 3-1 on the season.
Cottondale fell to 3-2 with
the loss, and will next head to
Tallahassee to take on defend-
ing district champion Jefferson
County. Chipley will also face
a big road district game against
the Walton Braves.
The Tigers scored on their
first two possessions Friday
night to take a 12-0 lead.
But the Hornets were able to
fight back to cut the lead to 19-
16 in the second period.
Chipley added another score
to go up 26-16 at the half, and
added two more TDs in the sec-
ond half for the win.
"The kids played hard to the
last play," Hornets coach Mike
Melvin said. "But we just
couldn't stop them all night."


Cottondale's Evan Davis (with the ball) runs the football during a
game against FAMU last week. The Hornets lost 40-24 to Chipley
on Friday night in Chipley. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


Check out Bob Kornegay's
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Sneads' Xavier Eutsay (10) runs past a Freeport defender
during a game last week in Sneads. The Pirates picked up
their first victory of the season Friday night, going on the
road to beat Jay 33-21. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


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SPORTS


www.JCFLORIDAN.com


Recreation Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer two
tackle football leagues
and one boys flag football
league this year, and will
offer girls the opportunity
to play flag football.
Registration for youth
ages 6 to 13 will be held
through Oct. 27 from 8
a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
MERE Complex at 3625
Caverns Rd. in Marianna.
For more info, call 482-
6228.

Pirate Fundraiser,
A horseshoe tourna-
ment fundraiser for the
Sneads Pirates Baseball
Club will held Oct. 9 at
Sneads Park at Lake
Seminole.
Entry fee is $20 per
team. Contact Clint Hall
at 573-9409 for more
information.

March of Dimes 5K
The first March of
Dimes 5K Walk/Run will
be Oct. 9 at Citizens
Lodge in Marianna.
The entry fee is $18,
and early registrants get a
free tee shirt while sup-
plies last.
It's a $20 race-day reg-
istration, while the 1-mile
fun run is $10 for all ages.
Sign-up is from 7:30 a.m.
to 7:55 a.m., with an 8
a.m. start.
For more information,
contact Kerstin Hussey at
850-209-1812, or Dawn
Sullivant at 850-209-
2157.

Cheerleading Kiddie
Clinic
The annual Marianna
High School
Cheerleading Kiddie
Clinic will be held Oct: 9,
from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at
the MHS gymnasium.
Registration will start
at 8:30 a.m. Cost is $25
for ages 3 years through
5th grade.
For more information,
contact Christi Shelfer at
482-9605 ext. 306.

Men's Flag Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer a
men's 7-on-7 flag foot-
ball league.
Teams may sign up at
the MERE at 3625
Caverns Rd. in Marianna.
Registration will take
place from Oct. 1-22
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and
Oct. 11 and Oct. 18 from
4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the
MERE Complex.
For more information,
call 482-6228.

Golf Tournament
Jackson Hospital
Foundation hosts the 16th
Annual James T. Cook
Memorial Golf Classic at
the Indian Springs Golf
Course on Oct. 8.
Registration begins at
11 a.m., with the tourna-
menit beginning at 12:30
p.m. Cost per .person:
$70. Call 718-2601 for
more information.

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


Kindel Lanes weekly bowling report


Monday Night Hi Rollers
Team Standings
9/27/2010

1) The James Gang
2) Milco Mart #4
3) Smith's Supermarket
4) Gutterbowlers
5) Happy Time Cobras
6) One Worse
7) Adam's Funeral Home
8) Crash & Burn
9) Neiners
10) Nope


W-L
12-0
8-4
7-5
7-5
6-6
6-6
6-6
7-5
3-9
1-11


High Team Game-Adam's Funeral Home 961
High Team Series- Adam's Funeral Home
2736
High Game Female- Thelma Beloat 207
High Game Male- Mike Walker 244
High Series Female- Ashlee Walker 463
High Series Male-Mike Walker 628

Tuesday Morning Coffee League
Team Standings
9/28/2010
W-L
1) Misfits 18-6
2) Gazebo 16-8
3) Davis Optometry 15-9
4) Pacers 14-10
5) Champion Tile 13-11
6) Marianna Animal Hospital 10-14
7) Jeff's New Crew 9-15
8) Family Dentistry 9-15
9) Marianna Animal Hospital .8-16
10) Jim's Buffet & Grill 8-16


High Game Female- LuAnn Kindelspire 200
High Game Male- Lynn 214
High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire 566
High Series Male- Lynn 573
High Team Game- Davis Optometry 917
High Team Series- Davis Optometry 2682


Chipola Men's League
Team Standings
- 9/30/2010

1) Sure Shot
2) Split Shot
3) Team #7
4) Marianna Truss
5) The Birds
6) Team #9
7) Team #8
8) Redwood Bay


High Team Game- Marianna Truss
High Team Series- Marianna Truss
High Men's Game- Jack Townsell
High Men's Series- Jack Townsell

Split Conversion: Tom Arnold 6-7


Tuesday Night Mixed League
Team Standings
9/28/2010

1) Cassandra's Crew
2) Backwoods Bowlers
3) AllState
4) Roll With It
5) C.K.


W-L
16-5
15-9
14-10
13-11
13-11
12-12
10-14
7-17


984
2840
266
726


W-L
13-7
13-7
12-8
11-9
10-10


6) Just Spare Us
7) Original Gamers
8) Frank & Marie
9) Our Gang
10) Dan's Family


9-11
9-11
8-12
8-12
7-13


High Team Game- Oringinal Gainers
High Team Series- Oringinal Gainers
High Game Female- Kathy Smith
High Game Male- Robert Dailey
High Series Female- Bettie Grinsted
High Series Male- Anthony Brantley


Wednesday Night Mixed
Team Standings
9/29/2010

1) Melvin Painting
2) Firehouse
3) Marianna Metal
4) Mr. Bingo
,5) Redwood Bay Lumber
6) Jay's Team
7) DBBL Trouble
8) Coming Soon
9) Try Hards
10) Wayne's Angels


996
2645
196
278
499
640


W-L
16-8
16-8
15-9
12-12
12-12
12-12
12-12
12-12
9-15
4-20


High Team Game- Jay's Team 953
High Team Series- Firehouse 2670
High Game Female- LuAnn Kindelspire 222
.High Game Male- Mike Curry 219
High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire 594
High Series Male- Steve Moore 604


Turnovers cost Bullpups in 34-6 loss to Quincy


Marianna's Herman Williams throws a pass during a
game earlier this season. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Marianna Middle
School Bullpups suffered
their second defeat of the


season. Thursday night,
falling on the road to
Quincy 34-6. It's the first
time in the. five seasons
Marianna Middle School
coach Hunter Nolen has.


been at the helm that the
Bullpups have lost more
than one game in a season.
Marianna (2-2) was vic-
timized by a whopping
nine fumbles, including
seven that were lost.
"Just from the get-go it
was horrible," Nolen said
6f the game. "It's the worst
game we have played in
my five years here."
The Bullpups ran just 12
offensive plays in the first
half, with. five of them
resulting in lost fumbles.
Marianna fumbled its
first three possessions of
the game, with Quincy
converting it into two TDs
to take a 16-0 lead.
After the second TD,
Quattre Couch returned the
ensuing kickoff for an 80-
yard touchdown to bring
the Bullpups to within 10 at
16-6 with three seconds left
in the half.
But Quincy answered by


returning the next
Marianna kickoff all the
way for a score, to make it
24-6 at the break.
"There's not much to say
except that we played real-
ly bad," Nolen said. "We
played as bad as we
could've played.
Everything went wrong."
'Making matters worse
was an injury to Marianna
Middle starting QB


Shaquarious Baker in the
first quarter that kept him
out the rest of the night.
But the Bullpups can still
win the Big Bend
Conference championship
if they win out and meet
Quincy again on Oct. 28 in
Marianna.
"We've got to get over
this quick because we've
got more football to play,"
Nolen said.


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leader in ace serves for
Sneads with five, while
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"We played well, no
complaints," Lady Pirates
coach Sheila Roberts said
after the game. "We served
well, but Bozeman was
able to dig quite a few balls
to make us keep attacking.
It was a little more fun and
exciting of a game than the
score really said. But that
was good because it gave
us an opportunity to prac-
tice some more offensive
strategies. It was a good
day."
Sneads continues to
march through league com-
petition virtually unchal-
lenged, and a perfect regu-
lar season district finish
seems a good possibility.
However, the Lady
Pirates are not rallying
around a potential perfect
run through district, given


what happened last season.
In 2009, Sneads stormed
through district in much the
same manner it has this sea-
son, winning all 14 regular
season league games:
Unfortunately for the
Lady Pirates, they picked a
bad time to suffer their first
defeat, falling to rival
Blountstown in the district
tournament championship
game.
"We're trying not to look
backwards, but to look for-
ward," Roberts said. "We
try not to make compar-
isons because this really is
a completely different
squad. We learned the hard
way last year that (winning
out in the regular season)
really didn't matter. The
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Dealing with


neat-freaks


I have a number of sport-
ing buddies who, strangely
enough, are the epitome of
neatness.
Fortunately, these fastid-
ious individuals make up a
small minority of my out-
door companions. Most of
m y
cohorts,
thankfully,
are disor-
ganized
slobs, thus
proving I
usually
have the
sense to
surround
myself Bob Kornegay
with nor-
mal associates.
So why do I include this
smattering of neat-freaks in
my circle of hunting and
fishing partners?. Who
knows?
Maybe it's my liberal
tolerance of alternative
lifestyles.
Or maybe it's just that I
need someone around to
remind me of my mother
and childhood.
I am quite nostalgic,
after all, and if these guys
weren't hairy-legged,
deep-voiced and ugly, they
could easily pass for that
sainted woman who
brought me into this world
some 58 years ago.
Like Mom did (and still
does, by the way),- these
nicey-nicey sportsmen
cringe at things like
unwashed underwear and
muddy Labrador retrievers
,in their beds, things normal
outdoorsmen in .a weekend
hunting or fishing camp
simply take for granted.
I know a couple who
actually take offense at my
spitting into empty beer
bottles, even though I'm
always very careful to use
the brown ones.
One deer camp buddy'
even insists I squeeze out
and fold the dish towel
after every use.
Gee whiz! One would
think he'd be satisfied that
the dishes get washed


every couple of weeks.
It's not easy to concen-
trate on important stuff
with these masculine
"mamas" around.
They're constantly
underfoot and they inter-
rupt important debates
about shot patterns, lure
colors, quota hunts and cat-
fish baits with arguments
over which powdered laun-
dry detergent works best on
six-week-old bacon grease.
And for gosh sakes don't
ever get 'em started on
which pastel toilet tissue
best matches the towels in
the bathroom.
"Please don't spit on my
feet,'. one says, knowing
full well tobacco juice is
easily washed away with
plain creek water and a few
days' wear.
"Will you please make
this hound stop nuzzling
my crotch?" another
requests, though he knows
that particular dog never
bites unless provoked.
"For gosh. sakes, don't
do that in my boat in that
little bottle!" screams a
neat-freak.
Hey, can I help it if I
can't "go" standing up in
the bow of a canoe? Heck,
I'd use a bigger bottle if I
had one.
"Wash your hands, wipe
your feet, don't clip your
toenails at the table," The
list goe' on and on.
Have mercy! My mother
one minute, my hunting
and fishing buddies the
next.
'It's only the comforting
presence of those other
acquaintances with habits
akin to. mine that shields
me from eventual insanity.
My normal companions,
however, aren't nearly as
patient as I am. ,
Cletus Monroe, for
instance, was once barely
deterred from taking his
pocketknife to a neat-freak
over a can of spray deodor-
ant.
The man presented the
antiperspirant to Clete with
a sarcastic suggestion that
he use it at least once


before breaking camp three
days later.
"Dadgummit, next thing
you know he'll want me to
bathe and brush my teeth!"
Clete complained.
Clete is also prone to
lose his temper when neat-
freaks outshoot or outfish
him (Since they go to bed
early and avoid late-night


poker games, neat-freaks'
eyes and instincts are often
much keener.)
He regularly assails them
with language dirtier than
his good-luck sweat socks.
As mediator and peace-
maker, I always try to calm
him and do my best to
explain that it is the duty of
all true sportsmen to exer-


cise patience and under-
standing while trying to
steer these neatnik buddies
toward the proper path.
We must do this, I tell
him, even at the risk (heav-
en forbid) of breaking
down and becoming neat-
freaks ourselves. It's the
least a Christian gentleman
can do.


Besides, it's not all bad,
after all.
If these "mama figures"
weren't around, who'd be
there to wipe away our
tears when we miss that big
buck or break off that tro-
phy largemouth just inches
from the boat?


GREAT INVESTMENT
Approx. 1,665 feet of Hwy 231 frontage offers great
visibility and growth potential. Very dry property easily
accessible Via highway crossover. Loaded with planted
pines that are nearing the thinning stage.


KIERSTEN HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION. HWY 77. CHIPLEY. FL
Spacious oversized developer lots with all utilities ready for your
* dream home. Subdivision is located on Hwy 77 with easy access to
1-10 and Panama City.
* 6.8� Acres with frontage on Hwy 77 will also be sold at auction.
This land is located at the entrance to Kiersten Heights.


PERFECT HUNTING fIETREATI
Pike Pond Road, Chipley, FL
Both tracts front on county maintained road for
easy access, Great Interiof roads, rich with wild-
life and abundant with pine timber. Numerous
sites for future hunting lodge or cabin. Tracts
will be offered separately.


COMPASS LAKE IN THE HILLS
(2) 40* Acre tracts located in Jackson
County, FL will be offered separately
and both tracts will be sold Absolute,
Regardless of Pricel Lots of timber.


Pilgrim Rest Church Road, Chipley, FL
Numerous vistas for homesites and loaded
with pine timber that was recently thinned.
County road frdntage, great deer and
turkey hunting, very high and dry. Very
accessible with many interior roads.
Selling Regardless of Pricel


SYLVANIA ROAD, VERNON, FL
Great perimeter road and easily
viewed. Very dry with many Ideal
homesltes. Located near the new
Vernon High School.


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Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, October 3, 2010 - SB


Technology continues to aid the modern hunter


Terry Reese of McCoy's Gun, Archery & Outdoor shop loads a Horton Vision
Crossbow on Friday. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
With the arrival of each
hunting season, more
advances in hunting tech-
nology seem to be hitting
the market and making
life easier for hunters.
Last season, advances in
tree-stand technology
helped alleviate safety
concerns for hunters hop-
ing to avoid accidents.
This year, there are a
handful of new products
ained simply at making
the hunt itself easier and
more efficient.
Among those new prod-
ucts is the Horton Vision
Crossbow, which has a
reverse-limb technology
that allows for a smoother,
quieter shot than a stan-
dard crossbow.
When it comes to guns,
perhaps the most impres-
sive new product on the
market is the Thompson
Center Encore.
The gun's interchange-
able platform offers more
than 90 barrel selections,
and can be configured as a
handgun, center-fire rifle,
muzzleloader, rim fire, or
shotgun.
Tim McCoy of McCoy's
Gun, Archery & Outdoor
shop said that the versatil-
ity of the gun has made it
very popular with hunters.


Hunting dates for the 2010-11 season


Season
Archery
Deer-Dog Training
Crossbow
Muzzleloading Gun
General Gun
Anterless Deer
'Fall Turkey
Quail & Gray Squirrel
Bobcat & Otter
Youth Spring Turkey
Spring Turkey


Zone A Zone B'
July 31-Aug. 29 Oct. 16-Nov. 14
Aug. 14-Sept. 2 Oct. 30-Nov. 18
Aug. 30-Sept. 3 Nov. 15-19
Sept. 4-17 Nov. 20-Dec. 3
Sept. 18-Oct. 17, Dec. 4-Feb. 20
Nov. 20-Jan. 2
Nov. 20-26 Dec. 6-Jan. 1
Oct. 4-17, Dec. 4-Jan. 30
Nov. 20-Jan. 2 '
Nov. 13-March 6 Nov. 13-March 6
Dec. 1-March 1 ! Dec. 1-March 1
Feb. 26-27 March 12-13
March 5-April 10OMarch 19-April 24


Zone C
Sept. 18-Oct. 17
Oct. 2-21
Oct. 18-22
Oct. 23-No\. 5
Nov. 6-Jan. 23
Nov. 20-26
Nov. 6-Jan. 2


Zone D
Oct. 23-Nov. 24 *
Oct. 30-Nov. 18
Nov. 29-Dec. 3
Dec. 4-10, Feb. 21-27
Nov.25-28, Dec. 11-Feb. 28
Dec. 26-Jan. 1
Nov. 25-28, Dec. 11-Jan. 16


Nov. 13-March 6 Nov. 13-March 6
Dec. 1-March 1 Dec. 1-March 1
March 12-13 March 12-13
March 19-April 24 March 19-April 24


Wild hogs, rabbits, raccoons, opossums, skunks, putrias, beavers and coyotes may be taken year-round.
* No fall harvest of turkeys allowed in Holmes County.
** Only youths under 16 years old are allowed to harvest a turkey.while supervised by an adult, 18 years or older.
' Spring turkey season is limited to March 19 - April 3, 2011 in Holmes County.


"It seems like every
year there's
something new to
make things more
convenientfor
hunters."
-Tim McCoy,
McCoy's Archery Shop

"It's pretty cool," he
said. "You can buy just
one gun, but you can use
any barrel you want and
make it work.
"It seems like every
year there's something
new like this to make
things more convenient
for hunters, which is
great."


Another advance in gun
technology is the kick-off
system found in the
Beretta shotgun.
It works as a hydraulic
dampening reduction sys-
tem to reduce recoil by 50
percent from any standard
shotgun.
However, the kick-off
technology is' only avail-
able for Beretta shotguns
at the moment.
Another advancement
that aids the hunter is the
Digital Game Scouting
Camera, a six mega-pixel
infrared camera that
allows hunters to spot prey
in the day or night.
The camera allows
hunters to spot their game
without alarming it, and
the battery life is twice as
long as a standard scout-
ing camera.


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LAKE SEMINOLE Bass'
fishing is fair. The' best
action is found up the rivers
right now. On the
Chattahoochee arm, fish
shoreline structure with
Texas-rig worms, jigs, and
crankbaits. Fish -the Flint
arm upstream from Lunker
Lodge wifh topwater baits
and worms. Shoal bass are
biting well farther up the
Flint.
Crappie fishing has been
fair along the moderately
deep ledges. Also look for
fish in stump fields at 8 to
12 feet and use live min-
nows.
Hybrids continue to
school sporadically over
humps and sandbars on,
windless days. ,
Bream fishing is slow,
but improving.
Catfish are hit-and-miss,
but a few may be caught
with worms off the river
channels.
LAKE EUFAULA Bass
are fair to good. Look to
creek structure early in the
day, working the visible
'cover near the banks with
buzzbaits, jerkbaits, and
other topwater offerings.
Fish may also be located
along creek ledges where
worms and deep-running
crankbaits may pay off. On
the main lake, . fish
Carolina-rigs, crankbaits,
and slow-rolled spinner-
baits over the deep ledges.
Try worms and crankbaits
around points and sand-
bars.
Crappie fishing is fair in
the creeks, especially early
in the day. Night fishing is
a pretty good option for
anglers fishing near
bridges. Minnows fished
vertically are the best bet.
A good many small
bream may be caught on
crickets at present. Hybrids
are slow and catfish will
bite worms on the flats late
in the afternoon.
L A K E
ANDREWS/CHATTA-
HOOCHEE RIVER
Catfish are good. Use live
earthworms to catch them
along bluff walls where
currents are not too strong.
Anchor or tie off and fish
straight down. Also try
them on points and sand-
bars late in the afternoon.
Tailwater cats are slow to


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are larger than those in-the and-mi.s at best.
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locations, well, though a few have
For bream, either drift- been caught below the
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Branument designed to raise cancer awareness


BY PEGGY USSERY
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
DOTHAN, Ala. - The
bras came in all shapes and
sizes.
Padding, no padding,
underwire and no under-
wire. Some had lace
embellishments; others
were plain cotton. One
brassiere had hot pink
stripes and skulls on it.
Another was a shiny hot
pink with feathers lining
the upper edge. There were
bras with polka dots.
Someone even spotted a
"High School Musical"
bra.
Some were big. Some,
not so much.
It was OK to laugh. It
was, after, all, an unusual
concept - build a "branu-
ment" shaped like a peanut


and wrapped in bras to
raise awareness about
breast cancer.
For weeks, WKMX
radio morning show hosts
Julie Jacobs and Billy
Sexauer asked listeners to
donate bras for Underwires
for the Wiregrass. They
wanted 1,000 bras. They
received more than 4,000.
Only about half the bras
were to be used on the
peanut.
The rest will be donated
to local women's shelters,
Jacobs said.
Friday morning, volun-
teers started the base layer
with the more muted tones
- the whites and taupes.
More colorful bras were set
aside for the outer layer.
Other volunteers sorted and
counted and hooked the
bras to one another, stretch-


ing them out on the grass in
front of the Women's
Center at Southeast
Alabama Medical Center.
"They're every color,
every shape and every
size," said Gina
Burdeshaw, special proj-
ects coordinator with the
Southeast Alabama
Medical Center
Foundation. "Breast cancer
doesn't come in a size or
shape."
As strange a sight as it
was, the community
responded to the cause
behind it.
Kandise Finley and her
sister, Charity Fountain,
collected 1,000 bras to
donate in memory of their
mother, Patricia Joyner.
Finley drove to Dothan
from Andalusia to deliver
the bras and stayed to help


decorate the peanut.
"I lost my mom in March
to breast cancer," Finley
said. "I wanted to come out
for her. This is something
she would be out here
doing."
Some of the donated
bras had the names of
women written in them
with a date of birth and
date of death. Some had
messages from breast can-
cer survivors.
Ten-year-old Madison


Boyd collected 72 bras
from her classmates at
Ashford Academy. And,
yes, 10-year-old girls are
all about the bras, her
mother, Lynn Boyd, said.
Madison has a neighbor
and an aunt who have
fought breast cancer. When
she's older, Madison wants
to participate in the Susan
G. Komen walk for breast
cancer research.
Stacey Boston was diag-
nosed with breast cancer


four months ago. She and
her 16-year-old daughter,
Alexa, donated six bras and
plan to participate in the
hospital's Champions of
Hope walk on Oct. 16.
After Boston delivered the
bras, she ended up staying
to help wrap the peanut,
molded from metal, foam
and chicken wire.
"I like it," she said of the
bra-wrapped peanut. "I was
wondering exactly how it
would turn out."


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Currently the Alford
Community Organization,
a non-profit organization, is
working on its fourth annu-
al Country Dinner and
Auction, set for Saturday,
Oct. 9 at the Alford
Community Center, located
at the ball-park on Park
Avenue. Dinner will start at
4 p.m., followed by the
auction.
Southern cooks will pre-
pare an array of food choic-
es: fried chicken, baked
chicken, baked ham, a vari-
ety of . vegetables,
casseroles, salads, desserts,
rolls, tea and coffee. Each
meal is $10, for eat in or
take out. Tickets will be on
sale until Oct. 7.
The auction will start at 6
p.m. and includes items
donated by private donors
and businesses from
Alford, Chipley,
Cottondale, Dothan,
Graceville and Marianna.
'The ACO's 2010 goals
are to help fund a scholar-
ship; secure two new city
limit signs; purchase street
lamps and bistro tables;
landscape additional areas;
start a fund to construct a
c o v e r e d
cooking/dining/parking
area on the kitchen side of
Alford Community Center;
and paint murals on some
buildings.


With money it earned in
2009, the ACO landscaped
the Alford Town Hall front
yard, painted inside the
community center and
kitchen, remodeled the
kitchen, cleaned sky lights,
purchased several tables,
and helped fund a scholar-
ship in honor of retired
Jackson County educator
Peggy Mills, for a
Cottondale High School
student.
,In May, Dylan Kyle
Paramore was awarded the
Peggy Yon Mills
Scholarship. Dylan gradu-
ated as valedic-torian with
a 4.0 GPA. His parents are
Debbie Paramore, speech
therapist at Cottondale
Elementary School, and
Charles Paramore of
Bonifay.
The ACO is seeking
members from the Town of
Alford and surrounding
communities to join the
group.
ACO meetings are the
third Monday of each
month, 6 p.m. in the Alford
Community Center.
For more information,
contact an Alford
Community Organization
officer: Peggy Y. Mills,
president, 579-4482; David
Kinser, vice president, 638-
4900; Ann MacDougal,
secretary, 579-5173; or
J.W. Dilmore, treasurer,
579-4871.


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an eight-hour firearms
familiarization course,
Saturday, Nov. 6, from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m., at the
Reddoch Firing Range on
the Blue Springs Highway.
Successful completion of
the course may be used in
applying for a concealed
weapons permit.
Registration and payment
of the $100 fee must be
completed'in advance. Class
size is limited. Weapon and
ammunition are included in
the cost of the course.
For information, call
Doris Williams at 718-2394
or e-mail williamsd@chipo-
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Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, October 3, 2010" 7B


Senate votes to


turn down volume


on TV commercials


By ANDREW TAYLOR
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

WASHINGTON -
Legislation to turn down the
volume on those loud TV
commercials that send
couch potatoes diving for
their remote controls looks
like it'll soon become law.
The Senate unanimously
passed a bill late
Wednesday to require tele-
vision stations and cable
companies to keep commer-
cials at the same volume as
the programs they interrupt.
The House has passed
similar legislation. Before it
can become law, minor dif-
ferences between the two
versions have to be worked
out when Congress returns
to Washington after the
Nov. 2 election.
Ever sinpe television
caught on in the 1950s, the'
Federal Communication


Commission has been get-
ting complaints about blar-
ing commercials. But the
FCC concluded in 1984
there was no fair way to
write regulations control-
ling the "apparent loud-
ness" of commercials. So it
hasn't been regulating
them.
Correcting sound levels is
more complicated than
using the remote control.
The' television shows and
ads come from a variety of
sources, from local busi-
nesses to syndicators.
Managing the transition
between programs and ads
without spoiling the artistic
intent of the producers
poses technical challenges
and may require TV broad-
casters to purchase new
equipment.
To address the issue, an
industry organization
recently produced guide-


lines on how to process,
measure and transmit audio
in a uniform way.
The legislation, spon-
sored by Sen. Sheldon
Whitehouse, D-R.I.,
requires the FCC to adopt
those recommendations as
regulations within a year
and begin enforcing them a
year later. Rep. Anna
Eshoo, D-Calif., is the driv-
ing force behind the bill in
the House.
Its title is the Commercial
Advertisement Loudness
Mitigation Act, or CALM.
Sen. Charles Schumer, D-
N.Y., a co-sponsor, said it's
time to stop the use of loud
commercials to startle
viewers into paying atten-
tion. "TV viewers should be
able to watch their favorite
programs without fear of
losing their hearing when
the show goes to a commer-
cial," he said.


Ask Mr. Know-it-all


BY GARY CLOTHIER

Q: My .co-worker and I
have a disagreement over
rock singer Mick Jagger. She
insists that he had four chil-
dren with Jerry Hall. I say
three. Who is right? - A.M.,
Long Island, N.Y.
" A: Michael Philip Jagger
is an English-born (1943)
mega-rock star; he rose to
fame in the 1960s as front-
map of The Rolling Stones.
He has been involved in a
number of high-profile
romantic relationships.
Married twice, Jagger has
fathered seven children by
four women. With Marsha
Hunt, he has a daughter Karis
(1970). With his first wife,
Bianca Jagger, he has a
daughter, Jade (1971). With
his second wife, Jerry Hall,
he has a daughter Elizabeth
(1984),.a son James (1985), a
daughter Georgia (1992) and
a son Gabriel (1997), giving
your co-worker bragging
rights. Also, he has a son,
Lucas (1999), with Luciana
Gimenez. By the way, on
Dec. 12, 2003, Jagger
became Sir Mick, knighted
for his services to music.

Q: I am trying -to remem-
ber the exact wording of a


quote that goes something
like "It's best to keep quiet
and not open your mouth
because if you do, you will
remove all doubt about
sounding like a fool." -
V.PC., San Dimas, Calif.
. A: There are several varia-
tions; here is one: "It is better
to remain silent and be
'thought a fool than to open
one's mouth and remove all t
-doubt." The quote is often
attributed to the 16th presi- I
dent of the United States, I
Abraham Lincoln. Some
attribute the saying to Mark
Twain, George Eliot,
Groucho Marx or Albert
Einstein, among others.
Other sources say the phrase t
predates all of the above.
Here's an excellent corollary i
by the Dalai Lama: i
"Sometimes one creates a
dynamic impression by say-.
ing something, and some-
times one creates as signifi-
cant an impression by
remaining silent."

Q: I heard that the Oxford
English Dictionary (OED)
will no longer be published
and only be available online.
Is this true? - F.J.,
Clearwater, Fla.
A: In a word, no. The first
edition of the multivolume .


He needs pro

Dear Annie: I've had a problem with my
21-year-old kid brother for a long time.
"Deacon" constantly lies and steals from me,
as well as from my mother, other family
members and friends. He's not a horrible
person, but he has no respect for property,
including his own. He's impossible to rea-
son with. If you accuse him of tak-
ing anything, he gets upset and
leaves, or screams that he's innocent
and we're unfair and he gets
blamed for everything.
We wish we could believe him
when he says he "didn't do it," but $
it happens too often and there is
usually no other explanation. My
mother is ready to tell him he is no longer
welcome in her home, but I worry about
what would happen to Deacon without the
little support we are able to give him.
Is there a healthy way to tell someone you
need a break until he gets his act together? I
love my brother, but am not willing to enable
his poor choices. Is my mother's decision
our best option? - Brotherly Love/Hate
Relationship
Dear Brotherly: Deacon's reaction to
these accusations seems almost delusional.
It's possible he does not realize what he is
doing, why it is wrong or what the conse-
quences might be. If that is the case, -he
needs professional help, and you should
approach him gently about seeing a therapist
and provide a referral. In the meantime, your
mother does not have to allow Deacon into
the house, although it's best not to reject him


BRI


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart said, "There you stand like a duck
in a thunderstorm again - aren't you ever going to understand?"
Yes, I understand that this is the same deal as yesterday's, but
I am going to look at another aspect of it. South is in three no-
trump. West'leads the heart three, East putting up his nine (or
covering dummy's 10 with his jack). What happens if declarer
ducks this trick, leaving East on play?
As I mentioned yesterday, North's jump to three no-trump isa
slight overbid, but not unreasonable with two good four-card
suits. It also puts pressure on the opponents, who do not know
the strength of the South hand.
In the real world, it probably would not matter if South ducked
at trick one, because we are all taught to return our partner's suit
in no-trump contracts. However, it does put the contract at risk.
East should realize that his partner has only four hearts
because he led a fourth-highest three and the two is in the
dummy. Also, South must have the ace; otherwise, he would
have taken the first trick. So, if the defense is getting only three
heart tricks, it needs two other winners to defeat the contract.
Where will they come from? East should shift to the club 10 (a
surrounding play), although leading the eight also works here.
If South covers with his jack, West wins with his queen and
reverts to hearts. The defense collects one spade, three hearts
and one club. If South takes his club ace and leads a spade, West
wins and returns a low club. The defenders gather in one spade,
one heart and three clubs.


M. Jagger Dalai Lama

Oxford English *Dictionary
was fully published in 1928,
and the second edition in
1989. No 'decision has yet
been made on the format of
the third edition, according to
Anna Baldwin, communica-
tions director at Oxford
University Press. A team of
80 lexicographers is current-
ly preparing the third edition
of the OED, which is 28 per-
cent complete. It is likely to
be more than a decade before
the full edition is published,
and no final completion date
is yet confirmed. However,
revised and. new entries are
published online every three
months on OED Online at
www.oed.com.

Send your questions to Mr
Know-It-All at
AskMrKIA@gmail.com or
c/o United Feature
Syndicate, 200 Madison Ave.,
New York, NY10016.

Copyright 2010, Gary
Clothier
Distributed by United
Feature Syndicate, Inc.


fessional help
in anger. Mom should make it clear that she
loves him, but he obviously has issues to
deal with, and until he does, none of you can
afford to have him around your property.
Dear Annie: My husband has
Alzheimer's. His daughter and granddaugh-
ter live in another state. It really irritates me
that neither of them ever. calls. His'
daughter may pick up the phone
., on his birthday or Father's Day,
\\' but I think she should be call-
E e � ing him at least once a week.
r I "Marge" is always promot-
. ing the Alzheimer's
Association, going on walks,
\ signing petitions, etc., so why
can't she call her father? And
her 30-year-old daughter
never, ever phones her grandfa-
ther..
Should I leave this alone or speak up? I
have more stress in my life than I can handle,
so please help me take care of this one. -
Indian Wells, Calif.
Dear Indian Wells: It's possible Marge
doesn't think her father would recognize her
voice and believes a phone call would be
pointless. You need to tell her how much it
would mean to him (and to you) if she were
to phone more often, even for only a few
minutes. You might suggest a specific day of
the week so she can put it on her calendar.
While we aren't so optimistic about the
granddaughter, you could ask Marge to men-
tion it to her, as well. It can't hurt to try.
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Today is the 276th day of 2010
and the 12th day of autumn.
TODAY'S HISTORY: In 1863,
SPresident Abraham Lincoln desig-
nated the last Thursday in
November as a national day of
Thanksgiving.
In 1990, East and West
,Germany were reunified.
In 1995, O.J. Simpson was
acquitted of the murders of ex-
wife Nicole Brown Simpson and
Ronald Goldman.'
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS: Emily
Post (1873-1 960),
etiquette/advice writer; Gore Vidal
(1925-), writer; Chubby Checker
(1941-), musician; Roy Horn
(1944-), magician; Dave Winfield
(1951-),. baseball player; Al
Sharpton . (1954-),
minister/activist; Clive Owen
(1964-), actor; Gwen Stefani
(1969-), singer; Neve Campbell
(1973-), actress; Ashlee Simpson
(1984-), singer/actress.
TODAY'S SPORTS: In 1951,
New York Giants player Bobby
Thomson hit a three-run home
run in the bottom of the ninth
inning to clinch the National
League pennant over the Brooklyn
Dodgers.
TODAY'S QUOTE: "At any
given moment, public opinion is a
chaos of superstition, misinfor-
mation and prejudice." - Gore
Vidal
TODAY'S FACT: President
George Washington announced
that Nov. 26, 1789,. would be "a
day of public thanksgiving and
prayer," the first in the nation's
history.
TODAY'S NUMBER: $1 trillion
- amount of public and private
funds that eastern Germany
received from western Germany in
the five years following reunifica-
tion.
TODAY'S MOON: Between last
quarter (Oct. 1) and new moon
(Oct. 7).
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19 Bang down school
22 Ancient 42 Decrees
harps 44 Semesters
24 Woodwork- 46 House of
ing tool snow
25 Pre-euro 47 Puts forth
coin 48 Mountain
27 Kipling lion
novel 49 Sufficient,
28 Rollover in verse
subj. 50 Kitty starter
29 Sandra or 51 TV genie
Ruby portrayer
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whales 54 Sweater
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veggie
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8 Mystery and
sci-fi
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word
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Concord Coachman 2009 Sportsmen 202 Collector Mercedes a. - Kawasaki '09 Ninja U-M 08 150CC
'05 Motor Home. SLE Travel Trailer. Ford '10 Fusion White Mercedes 82'380SL 1983, 240D in very -2503k mi. Perfect 875 miles, 2 helmets, 2KMC NARROW
23' long 2700 mL. 22.5" in total length 4-dr 6 way P.S. P.L 93K mi. H/S tops good cond., rare 4- condition! Blue, storage box, cover, BODY,4-ROW
Take over payments. and UVW of 3844 lbs. PW. Satellite radio chalk brown speed man. trans., asking $3000 tie straps, transport PEANUT PICKERS,
850-593-5103 Easy to pull. Over- 4,635 mi. Must see & PWRS/B, windows, very smooth shifting, 334-648-0195 carrier, fits 2in GREAT COND,
sized U-shaped di- T- drive. Full Warranty! ant. auto, AC, up- a dream to drive, a receiver $3000. OBO CALL 334-726-1530
Cruise Master LE, '05, nette that slides out. 0 Call 334-792-5716 graded sound system, bargain at $6,800 Kawasaki 2000 ClaUnd Call 334-792-7105
36ft workhorse chas- Queen bed. Moving Camero '02 28car cover & top stor- 334-797-4883 Harley Davidson08 ic LT.2007Under. 40 HP MASSEY FE
sis 8.1 gas engine, and must sell white, loaded exc. onda 03 Accord EX age rack, clean, well Ultra Classic Scream - Warranty t 2012. GUSON TRACTOR W'
22k mi., no smk, 7kw (334)300-1122 cond. original own- V6. White w/tan Ithr maintained w/re- GolfCarts ing Eagle Anniversa- 2053CC Low mi. . TuRF TIRES $4 500
A/C, auto leveling, R OBO 334-795-6255 122k mi. $10,400 792-9789 , $26900. 334-685-0380 or 334-791-1074
cam. Roadmaster A ol 0334-685-6233 7Goff cart, 36V cri3- 4430 John Deere w,
'Jw/ ranermCorvette. Garage Honda '05 Accord, Mercedes '96 S320, son red, 4 seater, w/ Harley Davidson 1992 Mojo Motor Scooter cab & ar g,:.o d .-c.nd
'05 Jeep Wranglerblck kept, very good con- White 100K Mi thr , a/c, 154K, 1 headlamps, pristine Sporster 1200 custom '05, 200mi, Blue, ne, :iiut.n goo-i
keAvi n pt, ve c on- the LOK tdr c . $ n 4 c ,1650 850-3258-1638 pn nd r
AUnlimitod, 41kami, $75 kept, Custom co- seats 10cK Cd. owner, mint cond., condition. $2000. 334- mid 50's K/KH exc. $1650850-258-1638 - . iniard lir-s
Auto air, 6 cyl, 7k iu diti Cu5 tom ex- seats. Exc. Cond 143 $6000. firm., 655-0962 cond. $5,500. OBO U.M. 08 250 cc. Seats $18,000 334-899,3914
w/eep, $60k without s$15 000 Must $9800 334-446-1943 334-406-7530 _794-2665 334-805- MOTIVATED 2, 2 helments, Lg|3489
jeep, both in great 1966 Cessna 310K for ee.334-798-4346 or 205-799-8988 motorcycles 0810 WIFE! 2005 Scooter. 80mi per 555C Backhoe
cond. selling due to sale or will take on CHEVROLET '08 Honda '07 Accord Harley Davidson 95 Yamaha Royal Star gallon. 1000mi Fac. For Sale $13,500
health. 850-352-2810 partner. Colemill up- Corvette convertible, Coupe EXL Black motorcycle. Warranty $3000 OBO. Call 334-886-9003
grade. 110 hours Black, loaded, exc . 1 l-,lhtr. ;urE. or .13a0mcc Model XVZ13CT, Call 334-445-6302 or 334-726-4661
since engme over- cond., garage kept roof. .f1r rd,:,. 44 er gi-e. sare seat body style is 6X12 enclosed trailer
haul. Cal IRon at498- $48,000. 334-692-5624 m,. 4 l. $14.500 $5u00 334-984-2044 road/street, drive port Utility Vehicles w/1 side door & dbl
3279 good condition, 334-85/623s type is RWD. doors in back $1900
noren $00 36330 ex- LO ~l K Harley Davidson 98' 4,cylinders, 35,000 new condo. 850-933-
tee and te- L O O K Mercede-eccond. orange, miles. In great new . 80-3-
terior, light gray int=-LU C4Merpearln'06 W loaded, Must See! condition.96412e d
S(334)498-3279 3 - rt C240. White pearl '06 HD Dyna Wide $12,000.334-791-4799 Features double 6X12 enclosed trailer
DAMON '05 Daybreak (334)498-3279 . _H -.:,nda 0; Fit sport, Ext. w/camel leather Glide-FXDWG. Black. hard case saddle w/1 side door & dbl
32ft. work horse gas eellrroadrunner. loaded, ess than Int. Sun roof, power Like new. customs. bags, highway i doors in back $1900
eng., 35K miles, no com 40K, $13.2) 08O sunshade. 6-disc CD 6600 mi. $12,900. 404- bars, cruise new cond. 850-933-
smoking 1 slide, CHEVROLET '10 334-46267 Days changer. $11,545 578-1482 jeff@ control. Tires in 9228/643-8312
awning, 2 TV's, 2 Corvette TORCH RED 334-588-3658 nights 334-718-5251 truthinsong.com good shape. Full
AC's, generator WITH TAN INTERIOR Honda '99 SI untg ' god 27 Suzuwi ndshield,
$63,000 334-77-7548 -CHROME WHEELS.6 One owner. 2-dr. cond. tel'en o uzukirdoubleRedt05 Xterra. 83.5K
Damon 2000 UltraS PEED PADDLE SHIFT Exc. Cond. 73K mi 0 ondDtealgren Boulevard CS0- Red double seat tour
DL E 10,2000Ultra SPEE PA DL mle CSond. 730 n ewly rebuilt engine and black, 9k miles, HONDA '03 SHADOW bike. Asking $9,500 miles. Great Condi-
Sport Cummins, 5 7 $ LOADED 10,500 miles, A/C, Sunroof $8000 $9,000. 334-333-4913 great for cruising, ACE 750, black 15K 0. Please call tion! Original owner.
diesel. 12K mi. slide, Mooney 1965 (334)268-3900 334-347-4990$4,500. 334-791-2277. miles, new front tire 334-790-7380. (16) RockfordFosgate -
Leveling jacks, diesel M20E Dothan (334)268-3900 Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5miles, new re premium sound w/6 oe Pro".
gen. $52K 334-701- Airport Hangered -a 5 speed, 32k mi. '92 Goldwing, 60k in good shape $2,900 Motorcycle Open disc mp3/CD. Off- 24000 pound capaci-
7787 or 706-681-5630 New from like new,REDUCED miles, red, exc. paint Michael 334-695-3859 Trailer Kld 2 bikes road package. Call ty trailer. $4500. 850-
DAMON DAYBREAK Firewall Forward $10,900 850-482-.2994 & running cond.
DAMON DAYBREAK FirewallForward $109008504822994 0- 2915 Honda 04 Helix or Utility trailer 7x10, 790-4201. Leave mes- 209-4266
sl'06de,34ft. 6K new, big C2 FR EquippedBest leave message scooter 250cc, auto- Like new, A-Frame sage. 742 Branton
Ford engine 12mpg possible way to ematic, garage kept Jack - 2 moto chocks, Road. $9,950 Firm. BAT WING MOWER
Ford engine 12mpg. possible way to American '07 cover & helmet, 9k no rust exc. cond.(FINISHING) $9,400.
$61, 0 00. 334-446-1094 own a plane. Ironhorse Texas $2800. Call 677-7815 $1300. OBO 334-618- " (334-678-6568
or 850-227-5606 334-790-0000. olet 4 El Chopper 1500K mi. 1072 or 334-699-2280
Camino.Good cond. exc. cond. $16,000 Honda '06 CBR 600 Bushtech Trailer '05
Fleetwood Bdr '07 Needs minor work. Hundia 03 Sante Fe 334-447-2131 F41 5,000 mi., blue, Turbo+2 Excellent
3-sd, loaded CH&A automobile Misc. $5500 OBO 334-699- AM/FM, CD player, 334447213 perfect condition Condition $3500
fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 1366 or 797-6925 fully loaded, V6, BMW R1200CL $4,300. 334-598-3874 L O OKI 410 # 334-693-9287
gas, 5,900 mi.$l100k e kept, Title in 11k miles akBf.lW '06 X5 78'
OBO 334-898-1201 BUICK '91 Lesabre, 6 Chevy '02 Camaro hran. p, NTitle i NAD$,850 mask for Dan.D k Cummings/Onan
cyl., for parts, good Conv. 35th Anniv. Ed. Call 931-624-6821 NISSAN -'05 Maxima $8999 or Trade HONDA '06 Shadow, CE REDUCED!! generator 703 hrs.
Monoco Knight '06, trans/motor 700 Auto. New top/New excellent condition, 714-2700 2.8 miles, LIKE NEW, PRICE 479-2558 or 714-2700 85KW 400amp, auto
Save $25K or more. OBO 34-695 840 ire Evc. C iCondition .one oner. fuily $4,800, 229-334-8520 2009 Yamaha R6 switch runs 4 poultry
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 "-- M b $30033 loaded. l13.rj, Dirt Bike 07'Or Honda or 229-296-8171 only 1,150rmiles. house $15,000. OBO
mi, many upgrades Chevy 2010 Malibu LT miles. $1 1,500 3303 CRF70 Excellent Bought new. Burnt 4-40X400 poultry
$159;700.850-866- u10K mi. .r i tr. XM ' L 334-805-3656 Condition $970. orange and black house of Lubing nip-
2774 ra34.o. blue. $17.050. 334-798-2337 with ghost flames. pie drinkers 334-726-
S334 ",94226 M. Pontiac G-6 GT '07 Extras included. 0978 or 334-795-6101
R5EDUChED Montanae,4 1 orv. blac k 26.5 K Mi. $7,750 negotiable.
h5l t Whee, i 4 ". Jaguar 05 XJ8L e r 'i. 334-790-6146 or Drying Trailers $700.
slides, king bed, C-_e� Chee i-dy' ,r. Biacl O wner 'all lea ,er i, eI 1.t
exc. cond., $27,000 Che '76 Impala, 350 . 68Kr'e. la n r. kept $ 5,000U 334-791-2277 Chevrolet '04 Tahoe Good cond., good
smallT Leat(er, DVD 6 E. 3 050 tires 334-899-3914
850-547-2808 small block fall 2 e 6934 OBO 334. 96 6613 HONDA 07 CBR,60 Yamaha05V-star $14,999.00 Trades ARMEQUIPMENT IH
new parts, block ,Yamaha_0_-__ $ 100 Trades
bored 60 over, bnew 7 loaded. 4.000 miles, 650 Silverado,Saddle Considered Call CSI 1440 Combine w/
Dodge 06 Charger flow master exhaust rotr e u. 2 bags, wind shield, Auto 334-714-2700 heads $10,000. CAT
22K, loaded, A MUST system, platinumrFATBOY '93, $7200 334 3 0454 back rest. $3750 Chevy '01 Tahoe' Dozer D4b & root
SEE!!! $17,000. Firm everythin. plugs,00 26K actual mile. Honda 1962 C102 334-691-4643 155k mi, 3rd row rake 850-415-0438
Call 334-447-2147 850-209-7051 cu.mzed out o er ub50. seat, fully loaded, Gandy 4 row insect
R-VIION 2006 T rai 334-464-5413 Lexus '98 LS400 Toyota 04 Sienna Eamy Rider. ll r , Black & white, Yamaha '06 R6 $5,900. 646-620-9478 cide applicator
Lite, 26 ft., fully MECURY LATE '70's Chev 79 Impala 114K mi.Gold w/tan Champagne color, chrome-up, SS cars, Good Cond., electric Raven Edition Track (Dothan) w/double boxes, for
loaded lik 85HP w/power trim blue ox chevy Ithr int.heated seats, fully loaded, 91k screaming eagle start 3 s eed, $2500. Ready. Lots of Extras . two chemicals
low mileage 42K cables/ wiring, new $500. Call Hawk @ exc cond $10,900334 miles, luggage rack, exhaust system Firm. Call noon (M-F) Exc. Cond. $5500 080 mounted orn tool bar
OBO 334-616-6508 -ears & water pump 334-687-5971 or 333-3436 or 671-3712 power shIding door, $6,500 334-695-3744 334-347-9002 334-432-5800 Good condition. $300.
Sceic-r 900 251-599-5127 334-793-103434 Lcoln '04a11,200. Call 9 o na-99 SCall for 2 details i2293748 314, c 2m.
Scenic Cruiser 37 ft0 Lincoln '0, Town car 4 5 GodW ng 97 5a SE ll for detailsa r
u a 99 Ne Ao P s 334-798-56992 49 78 300 -5 4 O29
by Gulf Strearn99' Need Auto Parts? signature series, 7K rmi. Pearl write. 400-51a8-S
Immaculate cond. Tires? Don't Pay Full C beautiful Birch Silver Toyotas 'Prius43K $7.500.229 321-c-625 Yamaha I "'07 v Sar. GL A RW
loaded options Price! Shop Deal . loadd, 600 ather m , ligo in AN DIEEL MO-
must see!! Dothan Taker.com. The Place seats am/fm/cd color good cond. arear sIre ard e tra.. Chevy 05 Tahoe, TOR $3,500.3334-676-
$49,500. 334-803-3397 for Coupons & Deals! crews, tilt computer $14,500. 334-596-4902 askg'n payrif of 49,100 mi, leather, 6568
DealTaker.com 69K mi. mint condo. $5%6. 0.':' ;62 new tires, power,
l r C never smoked in, Toyota 07 Prius, Honda 1987 Goldwing 20 l 78-5069after very nice. $18,995 GOLF -TORO GREENS
Automrbi ei ed Crhevt 8r Corvette ne'-r w3recte-d Black, 53k, Exi. Cond,8 82k mele,6or0d 4pl .White 850-579-4694 MASUTER TRI.-3 REEL
SSal Re . Ao Mr red i5$15.50. 334I79-7330 GPS, backup camera, seat, wdr;versbac YAM AHA 08 R6 Chevyo'07Tahoe LT $. g334-678-
S tr~r~ S T K m8 Mi JoLd soundl, tin, grea to m.erest. look; h od runs Elacl yeIw. Iess Loaded out! 76K mi.
Tire.. Calipers. no '0 eul trive g as mileage, trans- Harley 07 Road Glide great $28u0b. Neg then 650 miles. Sun roof, Silver, GOLF - TRI-KING 1900
W OGarage kept. $13.50 Blue'-w gre leather new tires asking garage kept, lots of A n,3N0 or OBO.
I 2-Ar. j Brak sockl. BrI lnatdren. enable warranty, 13k mi, adult ridden, Call 334-237-3697 $7,900 or 080.6
WINNEBAGO 02 OB 0 334.9 2376r ir, teri .r.er tires & $15,900. OBO extras, fuel injected, HONDA '98 Valkyrie 334-805-3466 334-692-4084 W/DIESEL MOTOR
Brv. 2slide brakes w reg. serv- Call 334-470-3292 speed, $16,500. OBO Tourer all original, Chevy Blazer LS'03 $2,500.334-678-6568
T'. 2A,.r. leel ice. pwor , Call 334-464-5916 low miles, runs great YAMAHA '08 V-star 4-dr. gold, air/power John Deer 05'48 HP,
lacks. 19K mleS. wlndow. K d r asking $5,900. 080 250. Burgundy, windows, exc cond. full wh. drive, front
$35.000 7.72631 . locks. I12K mr.exc. 334.93.5454 LOw mes! Like new! $5,500.334-792-8058 end loader, bushhog,
---------cond. 6.500 ash Honda '99 Shad REDUCED 2.250. 334- 334-791-2360 finish mower, disk,
Your Home away , " rm seriou n' tuires Ho00ndArr 99 Shadow 693 5454 3-6- spredder & box blade
rm Home '01 onl, 334-790-4892 1100 Arrow Lots of I.; 1.20n.OBO 798-3352
40 lii.lp W rnea lur , Xtras Full W K Yamaha - 2005, 350 s t-an10rs
40ft. o innera age k 2010Toyota'10 Cruiser Limited Signature series w/ Volk.w.-, cen'02 .chrome mrtguard. Bruirn4 wheeler, . . -H
only 54K ma. Kiten Camry $17,500. Super Edition, Loaded 101,130 mi $6,000 Beetle 80 miles Harley 08 Road King seat, & whitewall n i n l r like new,
& living rm w/side white Auto CD 97K m, NEW TIRES 850-579-4467 after NADA $8850 like new, less than esLots of Chrome! (334 -097 0 horse slant, pad,
witlxru -!k 2 u2 000ru me . tack1 500 i s, 1 750. 10 ta. room, electric
with luxurious leath- cruise, Tiil Wheel, $5,800 (334) 790-79596pm $7999 or TrJ e $1ademiles,$15,750. t sees $3,500o fguns inger788 hot sat,. p0
sra b ment entry, Super clean in - Lincoln '07 MKZ, 479-2558 or714-2700 Call34-797-4576 29-416-1051 mail.com Ford '04 Evplorer brakes, $3500. OBO
model w/side X side side & out, No dents. Light tan w/beige in- In time for cooler 9 9 r
frig, dishwasher, 334-793-7431 Cell terror, leather heated . D Iweather'05 Honda Yamaha '99 XVST NADA $8870 i 1
washer & dryer & a 334-805-5317. seats, ABS, side -E, O Trike, cranberry red, 42K mi. Asking $3200 $8999 or Trade Mac Dump Traier 99
comfortable Q bed. 99' Mercury Grand airbags, 37k mi, NA- 479$21,tSelling price
King dome in motion Marquis "limited DA $21,175 sell for Harley 2009 FXSTC to many ad on to list 0B0 334-726-1215 or 479-2558 or 714-2700 1,855.88 Utility
I0w0d cr TC as or cashiers 34 72 -,152 FORDu'99lEx Trailer Sales of Ala-
satelite & more pow- edition" land roof, Corvette'81 $17,900 850-814-0155 c a rd 4500ctrisxc Cash or cashiers 3 seats, fu loaded, bama 522 Ross Clark
erthan you will need leather, all power, Automatic 350 Lincoln Congressioe Volkswagon '06 Jetta bllchrome intake kit hek 3315K . miles. Circle Dothan 36303
w/ 350 Cummings keyless entry, tinted, (Silver) sell as is al Town Sedan 03' TDI. Grey w/gray slip on exhaust lug- '. - rew"ire 5.10 334-794-7345
Diesel eng. Onan die- See it is to love t 3344 01 142K ml. white w/ Ithr.diesel, sunroof, gage rack etc. a must 4a
$98,495. So Much Call 3-894-2134y334 19150 tan leather top,d heated seats, alum. see $15,999 obo .-GMC '00 Jimmy. Tractor 00'Kubota
Marl! You must come seats, loaded $6000. wheels, sat. radio 40 334)618-3118 great cord., $4200 M-120 DT 4x4 w/
nd ei 8049-_ Corvette 88' Stingray 334-693-2274 mpg. 120K mi $11,800 robert6500@gmail.co Yamaha VStar 1100cc OBO 850526249 LA1601 (cabfire) 31020hp
2634 or 850-638-1703 '"7 . 1conveirtil- 08K mi. Mazda '01626 .X 334-685-6233 m classic. pearl wh;4t & a.k For Tom hrs. original tires
.334 191-3081 3158K Mi Loaded' Volv ''ller. Muirang sear. Lexus '08 GX470 50K 50... erngine. fuel
Rs Campers Corvette 9.' 8K m Pr evrytring oaed Volvo '07 S40. - awasaki '04 XS636 hgrt bar. addle M.. Good Cond. Load anks ok REDUCED
Wanted blue. Corlnt car like player, White. akr, rInt. m ie*. Custom Pan: baq.E gar. kept lI-ke ed 3rd Pow Seat. Nay $10.900. or trade ,f:,r
new cr,,. l$11.500 $400')334.61204,7n4 ..ndton. $15 'U.. Extended. Lowered new. 5.000 ri. $5100. System $35.510 tractor. 850.212-6964
BMW'05, 325 Sedan. OBO 334.618.9322 or Mazda '04 RX8, - 3345 1272? 33496-553 nghts 229-254-00u
Sth '06 Fleetwood 2 Blue w tar. le cther. 3345996. o790 4 door', m1,7on r,:of. t1_'
slides, winh 07' 45. rin,.m. :,n, wrr. u lcustotdmrim:...rnew HARLEY DAVIDSON Kawasaki'06LR Scooters ,,e; Trailer,
Slverado 250D wprH Nro pe.t w otro. tires., 58 miles , reat 07' FLSTSC Sprng er-r . bra es, treulT,
B Rtru k .p. pti-. age $1.9)' .Co nd.. wn'ru, car. classic 3000K m. ae . rat 15 CLUBCAR GULF
pavolf $.63.000 .336 33 asl'irng, $10.0')0. C.all Blackd $1 .000 0 tiorn. Stk m'lec. $35,0 B GU
334.470.8454 BMW, 2000 3 5-speed Rachel 0.8r Jay 1 [ .40 OBO or trae iot r CARTS 20066 MODELS.
39 r-E614802 gccdoormanW ' ArERES Tractor 30 Massey
dark luE. leather .$13r. 3ew I E.99.. Hl Dvo'8rr274
t ar le 3H arley4D avidson '08 w r , l r ) .542 .-Fe rg uso n % wf 5 "d .k.
'iS~Odon r' ew Ire. garag Ford 03' Expedition M WE Ele,:tra Glide cassc. 3287 16 FINISHING MOW- ;et bottom plow
ept. 7, mie Edde Bauer i, . 5000 miles $14.90. ER $60334-678-665 I Co;gtn
.1.000. Carllf iully loaded tarn lPAY Call34.68.44 aaki '09 KX8250 MRL Ot8 planters $3K 797
Frd 7F 0 rather. mc.or, r. . or by BP. 2 Magnum 08150 RL Kubota Tract 2 or 3346991366
Buick 2 Regal L . CD DVD payr., alHarleyDavidson 1986rrother pErfr,. ScooterAdult wth ront
br:.r e nr, ri lr, rptior,. 90k rr,ii e. FLTC w .-, tar. ance pipe. Ver fac't Redden 1061 r i. 75 oader with bu, Tractor: JD4.-=,(,
leather C player. $11 .499. 3A4435.0786 FORJUNK em. Uornd $10.500. bie ir the mc.tor, IP Street Legal. blade & tnshirg MSWD Ouail. c ,D.
Pw .& seats. $530i3 0 Mazda 3 "085sp 4-dr. OBOv4.714.2665 c r cro:ssong e'.tremi'.t $1.250334.83-4941 ,T,,:,wEr $17,50U. PS. $27.500.
e.52658-r d C3 0CARS-lll 334.805.C0810 3o4.726-34p r 334.56.419 0 Call 334747771 334-726-(006.
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$20ad504ili3 '89"0 S W Nlie. nr. new tires $1.95. 334818-1274
i4 W h elDrive t J '1 11pec l d ,,:-n. oear l 334-8 05-08618
Swrite. 1&7K mn. I Mercedes 3 450 SL
'io (8500 )2.. 250n i e. s.31 Ford '04 Mutarng. Convertible Ceacr;cs& Antdues
40th Arr,;v.. V6 nhard Softltop'
v6.auto rr I Cadillac '99 Deville Aurtomatic. Loaded $12.000 1OBO ,004-365
transmiss, on.grer, while W tar leather 65l1 miles. Lke Newr 11a53 Lea0-5 r,7g 1959 2205 Mercedes
e~ter ir 4WD.$700 3 ir. nep tires. air & 8.5100334.790-7959 VW'BtkRetg New s
08 F-150 4WD $3.604t. 34.1;4.i3o3d Ford 06' Focus SES 4- Lnmted E')ition. pari,, Bpe.t Orfen!
Ford"i " " r. r ed. auto. iatrier. LIe N.�w. Ne-w tires. 251 ;7J140?2
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080 33 '6ise Sl 4
Chrysler 95 V,,yager. FORD '89 FIS.. 4v.rh.
V6, auto. seats 8. 434 Autr. S4 '. ,.
power, arr, im cas.. reas.:,-,ble :f-ir 29.
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GMC '95. Con. ersr,n 100K r,, CD l' rr.
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CALL WHIT 791-0576


offer 229-334-8520,
229-296-8171
Chevy '91 Cherokee
pickup; lift gate
$1500 850-352-4724


4630 Hwy. 90, Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891 (office)
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Realtor
Cell: 850-573-6198

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black, $4500. total
options. $1,100. ad
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retail $17,675. Kelley
blue book private
party $18,765.
334-266-5248.
Sell for $15,500.
Toyota 01 Prerunner
red, extended cab,
4cyl, auto, AC, bed-
liner, tool box, looks
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SHERIFFS SALE
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OBO 334-691-2987 to a levy issued in i .. . . ' "
or 334-798-1768 the County Court of ' .' ' .. '.', ' .. ... i .. .'
S ackson County. Flor- ' ..I ' I ' ... . " " .' ' . .
' ly 2010 in the cause -, ...i
wherein 1 larianna Fi-
nancial Services. ; Drbbi- Rumno Smith.
plaintiff and Nalasha Rrallor'
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delendar t. being
Chevy 97 Suburban Cas_ Number 09
great cond, 1500, 2945B in said court. I.
series, leather $3000. Louis S. Roberts. Ii l
Call 303-906-3683 as Sherif ol jke,.son
Dodge '013500 Dual- County Florida have
ly, 135K, great cond. levied uponall he d bbirnemih "rmbar.imail.com
4 wheel, ext., cab, right, title and inter ..
auto. $S12500. 646- est of the above
62)9478 Domnan N naed Defend.ant.L
ult4t339 h3 Sa) jerry '
Dodge'02 Dakota Bowent. in and to tr
Leather irnt. Quad cab follo.ainrg deicribEd
Clear, cond. Fully property. toI it: . ' ...
auto. 334 693-3980 , , , . ... i, . .... ,. ,, ,,,
- _ __. 2001 Dodge Durango
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Sand o n the 12th day ACANT LA\ND
of October. 2010 at MI- ;jii11 , I ti r i i t. i ., ,,
Dodge '04 Ram Red the Jack :on Counrty .. ' m .. ... .' . . .
4dr Hemi truckw/113 Sheriff's Office, 4012
khwy. mi. Likenew. Lafayette Street, Ma- NI" ; I ',.t .1. i, i.. . . . i
New rhino liner & rianna, Florida 32446 i.. ' .
bed cover. Infinity in Jackson County ii., 24,,.,' - ' '
factory sound, red/ Florida, at the hour I ,i .'- h.' .I i r.,.',.,
bik leather interior. of 9:30 a.m. CST or as-, E
Svcd by dealer, soon thereafter as "i i . , i -. Lt' i ,
$12,500 Must see. possible, I will offer r . , ,
(850) 592-2979. for sale all of the said M s 2 ' i -. i I ... . - r .i i..
Defendant, Natasha 1... . .-.. . ,i. . , ' ,
Dodge 05Dakota Sadberry-Boyett, Ii22 ,, F, , , ,, .1
qua -cab, SLT, 34k rights, title, interest, - .....
mi, 6 cylinder, full in the aforesaid ' '. r* 1 - i 'JI. -
power, Exc $13,800. property at public
OBO334-449-1864 outcry and will sell
Dodge '05 the same, subject to
ViperTruck all prior liens, en-
NADA $269 cumbrances, and
$18,$26,999 judgments, if any, to
714-2700899 o de the highest and best
714-2700 bidder or bidders for inI k - II '. II,,% ii' I lV I , ,.......
Dodge 2004 Dakota CASH, the proceeds' .. , .... , ,, .....
crew cab, Exl cond, to be applied as far i . , , ' ... . '' " "" .... '" .
79K, full power, 8 cyl, as may be to the pay- ' ..... ' ........
auto, cruise, $7200. ment of costs and ......" " ". . .. '"
Call 334-449-1864 the satisfaction of
the above-described ,.,. , I li, ,,,i.th 1i' l
Ford '00 Ranger 85K levy .oedabd
mi. good air, rims, vy.
tinted windows in Accordance with B, Ih Thumas.
$5000. OBO 334-791- the American with Realhr
4672 disabilities act, per- I'dl 15.0-2119-5211
Ford '01 4X4 V-10 sons with disabilities
Pickup Truck needing special ac-
71K Mi. $8500 commodation to par-
229-220-0456 ticipate in this pro-
ceeding should con-h . Clarity Bu.Ilt
Ford 01' F150 lariat tact the A.D.A. coor- Reallor'
5.4 liter, 154K mi. dinator telephone Cil 85".'-5'Y3 I'
black ext. tan leather number 850-482-9624
seats, super cab, au- ext. 402 not later
to trans $8000. 417- than seven (7) days
793-7937 prior to the proceed-
FORD'02 LARIAT ings. If hearing im-
F250 Diesel Crew paired, (TOD) 1-800-
Cab, 123K miles 955- 8770, via the
$16,000 334-687-9983 Florida Relay Service.
DATED September
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Ford 04 F-350 d id . . .. ......... .
Super Duty XL truck, " '" ' ' ' '
auto, AC, 6 liter ' ' ' . ... . ,
powerstrokediesel, By: Linda Cowan , ,, . . 1 , .i, . ,,
10' flat bed, dual rear Deputy Sheriff
wheels $11,500. Call
334-894-2315 or Sofas
334-464-3189 Soa


1Ottomans

ForW5Ex on a aT....... ........
Eddie Bauer all op- . vvuIs
tions, new tires, good
cond. 1 owner Din
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Ford '05 Sports Trac
XLS 89K mi. Tonneau
Top; Excellent l i
Condition $11,500 Sell i
334-596-9966
Ford '96 Supercab * h
F-250 long bed RWD, i. nllt
V-8, turbo diesel, 7.3L I .. . .
auto trans, power , . I ' ,, I
T windows, many ex- la Id'..
tras. $5,000 OBO Classifieds! ,,,, ..
334-774-3271


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Marlanna. Florida 32446
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12B - Sunday, October 3, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


LOCAL


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Marianna High School Homecoming



* Photos taken by Mark Skinner / Floridan "
To view video of Marianna High School
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Newly crowned Marianna Homecoming Queen Elizabeth Glover is escorted off the field, by Trent Carter.


Reagan Oliver tidies the freshman float before the start
of the Homecoming game festivities Friday.


The Marianna High School Bulldogs got a chance to see the public support for them during the Homecoming
Parade Friday..


Blane Hansford and Dalton Hendrix show their love for
the crowd during the homecoming parade Friday.


Majorette Mallory Mock plays with fire during the MHS Marianna High School mascot Spirit the Bulldog gives
band's halftime performance. a thumbs up from inside a class float Friday.


The Marianna JV cheerleaders wave as they ride by
during Friday's Homecoming Parade.


The Class of 1970 cheer for the Bulldogs as they ride in the MHS Aycle
Homecoming Parade Friday. sevie





2900 Borden St.



(8501482-4594

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The Class of 2000 rode in the MHS Homecoming Parade Friday
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Home Improvement
HOME REPAIRS
HOMEWORK
"Beautification
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Carpentry/Painting
Installations
General Repairs
William H. Long, Jr.
Insured

Bulldozing

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Cell 8S0-832-5055
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Weed Eating
Hedge Trimming
Edging
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4571 Bellamy Bridge Rd
Marianna, FL 32446
850-594-7312
Cell: 850-573-1493
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