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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
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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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Woman wanted on warrants found


Resident tipped off local authorities
on accused's whereabouts in city


STAFF REPORT
A Marianna resident was
arrested Sunday after law
enforcement was tipped off
by a resident that a woman
with several felony warrants


was in the city.
Sandra Alderman, 37, of
3064 Watson Drive in
Marianna, was arrested for
felony criminal mischief, vio-
lation of conditional release
for battery-domestic violence,


failure to appear for battery-
domestic violence, four counts
of worthless checks, and three
counts of aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon.
Officers with the Marianna
Police Department received a
report Sunday that Alderman
was allegedly walking north
on Jefferson Street from the
Kelson Avenue area, accord-


ing to a press release from the
police department.
Officers didn't find
Alderman on the road, but
they knew where her resi-
dence was on Watson Drive.
When officers arrived at her
residence, she was seen in the
home through an open win-
dow. Officers knocked and
announced themselves.


Alderman allegedly ran to
another part of the home and
hid, according to the release.
Officers entered the home to
make the arrest. Alderman
was found hiding in a locked
bathroom.
She was arrested and trans-
ported to the Jackson County
Correctional Facility to await
first appearance.


Crops take


a


hit


DeWayne White opens up the back of a peanut trailer to unload it into a dump pit, for transportation to storage at Campbellton
Farm Service Friday. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

High temperatures, drought lead to worst year ever for cotton, peanuts


BY. MORGAN CARLSON
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
It's the peak of harvest season, and there is
no doubt that the combination of high tein-
peratures and drought is making this a tough
year for cotton and peanut growers.
Ken. Barton, executive director of the
Florida Peanut Producers Association, said
he hears from farmers daily who say this is
the worst season they have ever seen.
The crops can stand high heat and some
drought, but the combination makes it pretty
tough, according to Clyde Smith, a regional
pest management agent with the Jackson
County Extension Office.


The area is about 12 inches short of rain-
fall for the year. The rainfall deficit started in
May, during the crop season. On top of the
lack of rain, out of 150 days in the growing
season, 90 of them saw temperatures of 95
degrees or higher, according to Smith.
This is the driest year Jackson County has
seen since the 1960s. This August saw the
lowest rainfall since 1952, with less than half
an inch of rain for the whole month. The
average for August is 5 inches, Smith said.
Smith and Barton agree the yields this
year are already showing decreases, and this
is expected to continue for the rest of har-
vesting.
Smith said the losses would vary with


some fields not yielding as much as farmers
would hope, but others that are close to aver-
age.
Normally, crops planted earlier in the sea-
son have a better chance of achieving a good
yield. However, because of the duration of
the drought this year, crops planted later will
most likely have a better yield potential,
Smith said.
"I hope we don't see another one of these
(droughts)," he said.
Smith predicts there will be a 30 to 50 per-
cent loss in average harvests for irrigated
cotton, and 50 to 70 percent loss for unirri-
gated cotton, on average.
See CROPS, Page 5A >O


Two


seriously


injured


in wreck

Two motorcycle-car
incident happened
Sunday on U.S. 231
STAFF REPORT
Three people were injured, two seri-
ously, in a wreck involving two motor-
cycles and a vehicle Sunday evening on
U.S. Highway 231.
The wreck happened around 7:30
p.m. at the Bailey Branch Bridge near
Alford, according to a press release
from the Florida Highway Patrol.
The two motorcycles and the car were
driving north on U.S. 231 approaching
the bridge. Motorcycles driven by
Willie Peach, 67, of Midland City, Ala.,
and Gordon Ward, 50, of Dothan, Ala.,
were attempting to pass a Pontiac sedan.
Peach's motorcycle hit the back of the
sedan driven by Sabrina Lindahl, 28, of
Chipley. The motorcycle entered the
median and Peach was ejected next to
the southbound lanes but still in the
median, according to the release.
According to the news release, the
sedan "attempted to take evasive action"
after it was hit by Peach's motorcycle.
The sedan then hit the other motorcycle
driven by Ward, causing Ward's bike to
hit the guardrail on the east shoulder of
U.S. 231.
Peach was airlifted to Tallahassee
Memorial in critical condition. He was
not wearing a helmet and it was not yet
determined whether alcohol was a fac-
tor, according to the release.
Webb was transported' to .South
Alabama Medical Center with serious
injuries. The release didn't indicate if he
was wearing a helmet.
A passenger in the sedan was treated
for minor injuries at Jackson Hospital.
Lindahl did not receive any injuries.
Ward said he was released from
Southeast Alabama Medical Center.
early Monday morning after receiving
treatment. Ward said Peach suffered
injuries that left him in a coma.
"It was just a beautiful day and we
were just out riding," Ward said.
Ward said he and Peach traveled to
the seafood festival in Panama City
Beach and were on their way home
when the crash happened around 7:30
p.m.
"Me and him both have been riding
all our lives," Ward said. "I almost been
run over several times, but it's the first
time I ever got hit."
Ward said the details of what hap-
pened in the crash still remained foggy
on Monday.


Proposal would lower property taxes for troops


Amendment will
take 60 percent
voter approval
to be enacted
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Every legislator in Tallahassee
voted to include Amendment 2 on
the Florida ballot this November.


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If approved by voters, the
amendment will give deployed
military personnel an extra break
on their property taxes. Soldiers
in all branches of the service,
including National Guard, Coast
Guard and Reserve units, would
be eligible.
The percentage of savings
would depend on how long the
soldier had been serving abroad
during the previous calendar
year.
The time served would be
divided into the taxable value of


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the property to determine the per-
centage of exemption they would
receive.
For instance, a deployed solder
who had a home with a taxable
value of $200,000 could save an
extra $2,000 for a full exemption,
if he or she had served the entire
preceding calendar year.
This amendment could affect
many Jackson County families
immediately.
Since it would take effect in
January of next year, members of
the 144th Transportation


Company who deployed for serv-
ice in mid-2009 and returned in
mid-2010 would be able to apply
for the extra exemption.
Supporters of the measure have
cited the fact that soldiers deserve
extra breaks because of the extra
risk they take in serving their
country overseas.
Opponents of the measure have
cited two main concerns.
The tax break is unfair because
it would benefit only those sol-
diers who own property, rather
than all of them, opponnets of the


amendment argue.
Some also say the tax break
comes at a time when school dis-
tricts, the state and local govern-
ments are especially pressed for
cash.
It is estimated that govern-
ments across Florida would col-
lectively lose an estimated $13
million in tax revenue in the com-
ing year, if all who appear eligi-
ble were to apply and receive the
exemption.
It would take 60 percent of vot-
ers to approve in order to pass.


TUESDAY


Sandra
Marie
Alderman


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Community Calendar


Tuesday, Oct. 12
* The division of Social and Behavioral
Science presents the "Harnessing Optimism.
for Success" seminar at 8, 9 and 10 a.m. in Z-
116 of the Literature/Language building at
Chipola College. Bay Care Behavioral Health
counselor Seamus Allman will lead the semi-
nars, which focus on self-monitoring while
staying the course for a successful college
experience. Call 718-2319.
* St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave. in
Marianna, is having an October Special Sale:
Buy one, get one free (equal or lesser value) on
stuffed animals, women's/children's shoes,
women's small sizes and purses. Hours are
Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
* The Republican Club of Northwest Florida
meets at noon in Jim's Buffet and Grill,
Marianna. Florida amendments slated to be
voted on in the Nov. 2 elections will be dis-
cussed. Call 718-5411, 352-4984.
* The Optimist Club of Jackson County
board meets at noon in First Capital Bank,
Marianna.
* Christine.Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes, 1 pm. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* Emerald Coast Hospice's Carol Ricks, RN,
will present "Effective Communication," an in-
service at Signature Healthcare of North
Florida at 2 p.m. and again at 3 p.m. The four
elements of communication, techniques to
improve communication will be discussed.
Public welcome. R.S.V.P. to 526-3577.
* The Autism Support Group for parents or
caregivers of children on the autism spectrum
meets the second Tuesday of each month, 6-
7:30. p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church
Fellowship Hall in Marianna (Clinton Street
entrance, across from Hancock Bank). Guest
speaker will be Brent Martin, behavioral ana-
lyst. Call 526-2430.
* 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.
* American Legion Post 100 meets at 7 p.m.
in the American Legion building, west side of
Agricultural Center parking'lot on US Highway


90 West. An overview of Veteran Affairs pro-
grams and benefits will be presented. All vet-
erans, spouses are invited.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

#Wednesday, Oct. 13
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the Chipola
Nursing Pavilion, 8:30-11 a.m., or donate
blood at the center, 2503 Commercial. Park
Drive in Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6
p.m. Call 526-4403.
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* Chipola College retirees (faculty and staff)
will meet for lunch, at the Gazebo Coffee
Shoppe & Deli in downtown Marianna at 11:30
a.m. Spouses, friends welcome.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),,
12-1 p.m. at the 'First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

Thursday, Oct. 14
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Federal
Corrections, Marianna, 7:30-10:30 a.m., or
donate blood at the center, 2503 Commercial
Park Drive in Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
* Registration for Chipola College Term C is
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Classes run Oct. 15-Dec. 16.
Call 718-2311, or visit www.chipola.edu.
* St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave. in
Marianna, is having an October Special Sale:
Buy one, get one free (equal or lesser value) on
stuffed animals, women's/children's shoes,
women's small sizes and purses. Hours are
Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
* The Jackson County School Board meets
at 3 p.m. for a-board training session for the
HeadStart program. The regular board meeting
follows at 4 p.m. Call 482-1200.
* 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, comfort-
able clothing. No charge. Call 557-5644.
* The Town of Grand Ridge will have a pub-
lic hearing at 6 p.m. to review and discuss pro-


posed Ordinance No. 2010-04 Sewer
Collection System Rates. The regular monthly
council meeting follows the close of the hear-
ing. Call 592-4621.
* 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. 15
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the Malone High
School Beta Blood Drive, 7:30 a.m. to 2:30
p.m. at the school. T-shirts for donors while
supplies last. Contact the school at 482-9930,
ext. 227 to sign up. SCBC can be reached at
526-4403.
* Chipola College Term C classes begin
today. Late registration continues today until 3
p.m. Classes run Oct. 15-Dec. 16. Call 718-
2311, or visit www.chipola.edu.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road.
Dinner, 6 p.m. (free for first-time guests);
meeting, 7 p.m. Child care available. Call 209-
7856, 573-1131.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

Saturday, Oct. 16
* The 30th Annual Graceville Harvest Day
Festival is today at the Factory Stores of
America Mall on Highway 77 South. A parade
is set for 10 a.m. in downtown Graceville.
Festival features entertainment from Shane
Owens, Walter Wilson, Pure & Simple and
more;- arts and crafts, food vendors, and
games and rides for the kids; and an antique
and classic car show. Free admission to all
events. Call 263-3238 or 263-4401 (car show).
*Ascension Lutheran Church, 3975 Highway
90 West in Marianna, presents "Oktoberfest,"
10 a.m. to 4.p.m. with polka music/dancing,
hayrides, pony rides, children's games,
authentic German food and more. Dinners
available for a $7 donation and there will be a
kids' menu. Free admission. Call 482-4691.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Oct.
10, the latest available
report: One stolen vehicle,
two reckless drivers, two
suspicious vehicles, four
suspicious incidents, six
suspicious persons, three
information report, three
funeral escorts, one high-
way obstruction, one phys-
ical disturbance, two verbal
disturbances, four burglar
"alarms, one panic alarm,
one discharge of a firearm
call, 19 traffic stops, one
Jarceny, one criminal mis-
chief complaint, two juve-
nile complaints, one noise
disturbance, one assist of
another agency, one child
abuse report, four public
service calls and one
threat/harassment com-
plaint.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and county
Fire/Rescue reported the
following incidents for
Oct. 10, the latest available
report (Some of these calls


may related to after-hours
calls taken on behalf of
Graceville and Cottondale
Police Departments): One
drunk pedestrian, one acci-
dent with injury, one hos-
pice death, one stolen vehi-
cle, 11 abandoned vehicles,
five reckless
drivers, three . ' "--
suspicious _-- _- -_
vehicles, two ,RI1ME
suspicious .r^
incidents,
three suspicious persons,
three information reports,
two special details, two
funeral escorts, one mental
illness, four burglaries,
three physical distur-
bances, three verbal distur-
bances, one prowler, three
residential fires, seven
woodland fires, two vehicle
fires, two drug offenses, 34
medical calls, one traffic
crash, five burglar alarms.
one discharge of a firearm
call, three shooting in the
area calls, 20 traffic stops,
one larceny, six papers
served, one civil dispute.
one trespassing complaint,
one found or abandoned
property, one follow up
investigation, two juvenile


complaints, one drug over-
dose-suicide, four noise
disturbances, two dog com-
plaints, two sex offenses,
one fraud complaint, four
assists of a motorist or
pedestrian, three assists of
other agencies, three public
service calls, two trans-
ports, two threat/harass-
ment complaints.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting period:
- Kary Butler, 36, 2897
Eva Mae St., Marianna,
failure to appear: petit theft
- Sara More, 45, 4060
River Road, Sneads, DUI.
- Darren Torbett, 38, 722
New Hope Road, Blakley,
Ga., possession of con-
trolled substance (meth),
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
- Wade Welle, 40, 6593
Old River Road, Baker,
misuse of 911 with service
charges over $100.
- Yul Perkins, 36, 7872
Seminole St., Sneads, hold


for Gadsden County.
- Karen' Harrison, 42,
7225 Harrison Lane,
Sneads, hold for Gadsden
County.
.- Robert Harrison, 43,
7225 Harrison Lane,
Sneads, possession of drug
paraphernalia, attempted
manufacture of meth, vio-
lation of state probation.
- Auredio Lopez, 34,
4755 Harper Drive,
Marianna, battery (domes-
tic violence), aggravated
assault with a deadly
weapon.
- Harry Parker, 34, 2404
Jefferson Road, South
Tallahassee, failure to
appear (grand theft auto),
fleeing or attempting to
elude, burglary of a struc-
ture or conveyance, grand
theft more than $20,000.
- Fredrick Hall, 43, 2895
Edenfield St., Marianna,
battery (domestic vio-
lence).
- Josh Patrick, 35, 5959
100 Acre Drive, Marianna,
violation of state probation,
driving with license sus-
pended or revoked (habitu-
al), fugitive from justice
(Ga.).


- Ray Wilkerson, 35,
12034 Silder Lake Road,
Fountain, worthless
checks.
- Sandra Alderman, 37,
3064 Watson Drive,
Marianna, felony criminal.
mischief, violation of con-
ditional release-battery
domestic violence, failure
to appear-battery domestic
violence, fours counts of
worthless checks, three
counts of aggravated bat-
tery with deadly weapon.
' - Mynor Cucul, 22, 5480
Gardner St., Graceville, no
valid driver's license.
- Cedric Saunders, 18,
6488 Robinson Road,
Bascom, fleeing and
attempting to elude, reck-
less driving.
- Santiago Domingo, 32,
4709 Watson St.,
Marianna, no valid driver's
license.

JAIL POPULATION: 227

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Walden named Chipola

accounting instructor


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Martin Walden, a native of
Dothan, Ala., recently joined
the Chipola College
Business and Technology
Division as an accounting
instructor.
Walden earned a B.Sc. in
business administration from
Auburn University with a
major in accounting. He also
earned a B.Sc. in computer
information systems and an
MBA with an accounting
concentration, both from
Troy University.
Early in his career, Walden
worked in the area in public
accounting and industry
accounting. He spent 10
years in Oklahoma where he
earned the CPA certification,
which he still maintains.
After returning to
Alabama, he worked several
years as an assistant con-
troller, and controller of a
$500 million -subsidiary of a
marketing and distribution-
company. He also served as
regional director of account-
ing for a Fortune 500 compa-
ny with a regional sales vol-
ume of approximately $5 bil-
lion and annual sales of
approximately $20 billion.
Walden said that after


years in the business world,
"I felt a calling to develop
young minds and increase
their knowl-
S edge of busi-
ness and
M accounting."
Some of his
work experi-
ence includes
public
Martin accounting,
Walden internal audit-
ing, fraud
investigation, management
accounting, systems design
and coordination, and
instructing accounting cours-
es at Troy University, Dothan
and Fort Rucker campuses.
Walden will be teaching
mainly upper level account-
ing courses at Chipola. "I am
excited to be here and look
forward to working with the
Chipola team and assisting
students realize their aca-
demic goals in business and
accounting," Walden said
about joining the Chipola
faculty.
For information about
Chipola's Business and
Technology Division, call
contact Dr. Jim Froh or
Elissa Severson at 718-2441,
or e-mail frohj@chipola.edu
or seversone@chipola.edu.


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Airport on Saturday, Oct. 30, for a
fly-in beginning at 7:30 a.m. and
ending when the last pilot flies out.
Pilots and guests, flying in from
all over the tri-state area, will be
treated to a free pancake and
sausage breakfast. They can also

The Marianna -
Municipal
Airport Fly-in
is set for
Saturday, Oct.
30, beginning
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take advantage of fuel discounts on
the day of the event.
The public is welcome to attend
the fly-in, so come out to meet area
pilots and see their airplanes.
Tallahassee Helicopter Inc. will
be onsite to take the public up for a
ride to view Marianna from above.
Helicopter rides are $30 per person,
and children 2 and under ride for


Mayo completes leadership training
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Marianna FFA recently announced that Trevor Mayo complet-
led 2010 Chapter Officer Leadership Training Conference, the
second phase of the group's leadership continuum. The COLT
Conference is designed to meet the needs of chapter officers (or
Trevor those who wish to become officers) and provide them with tools
Mayo , necessary for a successful year of service to the FFA.


free with a parent.
Make plans to bring yr 'lhil-
dren out for a tour of the inily air-
planes and a helicopter ride before
or after you enjoy the Sunland Fall
Festival. Event organizers report
that this is the first of what will
become an annual event.
For more information, call 718-
1022.


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Christmas
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SPECIAL TO THE PLORIDAN

The Marianna Woman's
Club will host Kirby Holt at
the First United Methodist
Church's Wesley Center on
Thursday, Oct. 21, at 6 p.m.
Holt is from Chipley and
the owner of Blossom's
retail florist there. The cre-
ativity and energy, along
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approach to design that Holt
brings to the stage, will
entertain and educate. Holt's
show will include fully deco-
rating three Christmas trees
and designing 10 arrange-
ments, wreaths and other
decorative compositions.
Tickets are available for
$10 from club members, or
call 352-4935 or 482-3385
for more information.


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for annual
spaghetti dinner

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Pilot Club of Marianna
Inc. is gearing up for its
annual spaghetti dinner
fundraiser on Tuesday,
Nov. 2, at St. Luke's
Episcopal Church in
Marianna.
Dinners are $5 each
and the club will be serv-
ing from 5 to 7 p.m.
Diners will be able to sit
down and eat in the
church dining hall, or
carryout will be avail-
able.
Proceeds from the
event will benefit the
Pilot Club of Marianna's
ongoing projects.
Please enter from
Wynn Street and exit
onto US Highway 90.


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IN THE SCHOOL DISTRICT

OF JACKSON COUNTY, FLORIDA,

ON NOVEMBER 2, 2010

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A REFERENDUM
ELECTION will be held on November 2, 2010, in the School
District of Jackson County, Florida, for the purpose of
determining whether or not the electors in the School District
approve continuing the levy of 0.25 mills for critical operating
needs of the District for the 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 fiscal
years; all as more specifically described and provided in a
Resolution of the School Board of Jackson County, Florida,
adopted June 23, 2010, and published below.


The polls will be open at the voting place on the date of the
referendum election from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., absentee
voting will be available for the referendum election, and early
voting will begin on October 18, 2010 and end on October 30,
2010, all as provided in the Resolution published below.


All qualified electors residing within the School District shall
be entitled, qualified, and permitted to vote at the referendum
election.


THE SCHOOL BOARD OF JACKSON COUNTY
Resolution No. 6/23/10 - 02



A RESOLUTION OF THE SCHOOL BOARD OF JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA, ORDERING AND PROVIDING FORTHE
HOLDING OF A REFERENDUM ELECTION TO DETERMINE
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STATE


wwwJCFLORIDAN.com


BY MCH STACY
ASSOCIATED PRESS

TAMPA - When he
entered the governor's race
suddenly in April, Rick
Scott introduced himself to
Florida voters in endless
TV commercials as a "con-
servative outsider."
The wealthy Naples busi-
nessman told supporters on
primary election night that
in Tallahassee "the deal-
makers are crying in their
cocktails" in response-to his
stunning victory. He'd just
spent about $50 million of
his own money winning the
Republican nomination,
and said if he's elected gov-
ernor he won't owe any
political favors.
Now, with less than a
month to go before the gen-
eral election, Scott has got-
ten more than chummy with
many of the same GOP
"insiders" and special inter-


ests he railed against - and
who raised millions of dol-
lars to defeat him in the pri-
mary. They are helping
each other refill their cof-
fers and putting their newly
found mutual admiration on
display at campaign events.
Many of these
Republican insiders were
critical of Scott because of
his link to a massive
Medicare fraud scandal at
the hospital corporation he
founded - but they aren't
talking about that anymore.
For his running mate,
Scott chose Jennifer
Carroll, a three-term state
representative who twice
ran unsuccessfully for
Congress and once directed
a state agency. (Scott classi-
fies her a fellow "outsider"
because she is a black
woman Republican legisla-
tor, a rarity in Florida.) His
campaign co-chairs includ-
ed former Gov. Bob


Martinez, former state party
chief Tom Slade, U.S. Sen.
George Lemieux and a host
of GOP members of
Congress and state lawmak-
ers. Most of them supported
his primary opponent,
Attorney General Bill
McCollum - who, inci-
dentally, has withheld his
endorsement. He says he
has concerns about Scott's
character.
Scott smiled and shook
hands recently at a glitzy
$500,000 campaign
fundraiser in Sarasota put
on by a group of influential
Republican politicians and
donors. Lately he's
appeared at fundraisers
hosted by big sugar compa-
nies and the business lobby
Associated Industries of
Florida.
He's been endorsed by
the politically powerful
Florida Chamber of
Commerce, which alone


spent millions trying to
defeat him in the primary.
He got the nod over his
Democratic opponent, Alex
Sink, a former banking
executive who once sat on
the chamber's board of
directors.
Scott, for his part, doesn't
see the contradiction. He
sees those in the
Republican establishment
scrambling to align them-
selves with their independ-
ent-thinking nominee,
rather than him compromis-
ing his outsider status by
seeking their support.
"From day one, they
knew my agenda," Scott
said. "I have a specific plan.
They are coming on board
and joining my plan. They
believe I'm the individual
who's going to get the state
going again.... I'll work
with anybody who believes
in my plan and helps me
implement it."


Officials look into teen shot by deputy


'Outsider' Scott makes nice with GOP


tors, a deputy located the
vehicle and activated his
lights. -Another deputy
spotted both vehicles and
attempted to assist his col-
league.
Deputies say that when
all three vehicles came to a
stop, the teen accelerated
toward one of the deputies,
who then fired at the teen.
The teen continued driving
and crashed into another
vehicle. The 17-year-old
was taken to St. Mary's
Medical Center in critical
condition.


Record number of inmates get GEDs


BY KELLI KENNEDY
ASSOCIATED PRESS

MIAMI - Inmate
Melinda Wilson watches
the busload of new arrivals
joining her every Thursday
with growing concern -
too many have been there
before.
"Don't turn into a career
criminal," the 52-year-old
lectures them at Homestead
Correctional Institution.
"Get involved or you're
going to use this place like
a revolving door."
Wilson had a fourth-
grade education when she
was sentenced to 22 years
for second-degree murder
and robbery in 2007. But
she dreamed of getting a
high school diploma,
something tangible to
encourage her when "that
worthless feeling" dark-
ened her prison cell.
She got it last week,
marching the prison hall-
ways to "Pomp and
Circumstance," wearing a
blue cap and gown to


receive her GED certificate
along with a handful of fel-
low inmates.
Some 2,603 state prison-
ers received their high
school equivalency diplo-
ma during the 2009-10 fis-
cal year, the largest number
in state history. The num-
ber of inmates earning
GED certificates 'nearly
doubled in three years,
from 1,313 in 2005-06,
according to the
Department of Corrections.
A similar number of gradu-
ates is expected in the
2010-11 fiscal year, which
runs from July 1 to June
30.
This happened while the
agency's education budget
was cut almost in half over
the last eight years, from
about $40 million to $23
million. That forced the
department to close about
25 of its 50 education pro-
grams and cut its education
staff from 614 positions to
344, said Eric Gaines, who
heads the DOC's education
department.


The numbers were grim
but officials devised a way
to beef up their staff using
inmates. In 2005, they tar-
geted inmates with a GED
or higher who did well on
Assessment tests and were .
willing to take a six-week
course so they could teach
others.'
The. inmate tutors were
matched with a teacher and
placed in prisons that lost
their education programs.
About 300 inmates now
have teaching -certificates
and are able to give more
one-on-one teaching time
to student inmates, officials
said.
"You're actually being a
benefit to the system, not
just being a negative to the
system," Gaines said of the
tutors.
Angela Wicklow came to
the Homestead prison for
the six-week teaching
course and will return to
Broward County to help
other inmates.
"It makes me feel better
that I'm not just sitting here


doing nothing," said 25-
year-old Wicklow. "I'm
being useful to someone
else."
Wicklow, who has
served three years of her
20-year' sentence for rob-
bery with a firearm, said
she tries to use real-life
scenarios to make hard
math lessons more relat-
able.
Experts say inmates who
have a GED when they're
released return to prison
nearly 8 percent less than
inmates overall.
"If you don't have an
education as a convicted
felon, you don't have a
fighting chance,"
Homestead Assistant
Warden James Thornton
told the graduates.
About 70 percent of the
37,000 inmates released in
Florida every year don't
have a GED.
DOC is able to enroll
nearly 9,000 and gives pri-
ority to inmates serving a
sentence less than three
years, the department said.


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Late registration Oct. 15, 2010 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
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He predicted losses of 30 to
40 percent in irrigated peanuts,
and 40 to 70 percent loss in
unirrigated peanuts, on aver-
age.
Barton said the irrigated
peanut fields are doing pretty
good, 'but dry land peanut pro-
ducers are seeing about 2,000
pounds or less per acre. The
statewide average last year was
3,400 pounds.
He is also seeing a lot of
lower-quality peanuts, which
usually draw less than half of
the price paid for higher quali-
ty peanuts. The decrease in


quality is strictly because of
the dry and intense heat,
Barton said.
The price of peanuts has
remained steady, and there has-
n't been an increase so far.
Once harvesting is completed,
prices could increase if there is
a significant shortage, Barton
said.
Jackson County has 34,000
acres of the 133,900 acres of
planted peanuts in Florida. It is
the largest peanut producing
county in the state. Santa Rosa
County is the next largest.
Georgia, Alabama and
Florida produce 75 percent of
the country's peanuts, Barton
said.


Jackson County Floridan * Tuesday, October 12, 2010 - 5A


Two probationers arrested


STAFF REPORT

Two Sneads residents were in a
group of 21 individuals arrested
as part of a two-day probation
sweep in Jackson and three other
counties.
Yul Perkins, 36, and Robert
Harrison, 43, both of Sneads,
were arrested for violating the
terms of their probation. Harrison
was additionally charged with


possession of drug paraphernalia
and attempted manufacture of
methamphetamine. Perkins was
being held for Gadsden County.
On Friday, the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement
and several other agencies,
including the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office, started a "proac-
tive safety operation ... designed
to ensure that state probationers in
the four-county area were com-


plying with the conditions of their
probation," according to a press
release from FDLE.
Investigators focused on felony
probationers with a history of vi6-
lence, and known gang members,
in Jackson, Bay, Gulf and
Washington counties, according,
to the release.
Law enforcement officials
made contact with approximately
70 offenders using door-to-door


checks to verify compliance with
the terms of 'their probation,
according to the release.
During the operation, investiga-
tors discovered a methampheta-
mine laboratory and seized drug
paraphernalia, narcotics and
seven weapons.
More than 30 locll, state and
federal investigators from nine
law enforcement agencies partici-
pated.


Crist says he hasn't changed; his party has


BY WILLIAM MARCH
MIDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE

Is he Chain-Gang Charlie? Or is
he the moderate populist who
refused to go along with the
Republican Party's sharp right
turn?
On one hand, Gov. Charlie Crist
proudly proclaims himself a "a
pro-life, pro-gun, anti-tax conser-
vative." On the other, he halts a
restrictive anti-abortion bill, vetoes
a merit pay bill hated by public
school teachers, and rails against
partisanship.
Critics say Crist sets his sails to
whatever political wind is blowing.
Crist says he's trying to be inde-
pendent of party bondage and do
what's right for his constituents.
"I really haven't changed," he
told the Tribune recently when
asked about leaving the GOP and
changing positions on issues.
"I will change when I think facts
and circumstances warrant it, but
the core principles are what they
always have been. I'm a fiscal con-
servative and on social issues, I
strive to be reasonable and moder-
ate."
Crist has never been afraid to set
himself apart from the crowd, or
his own past issue stances.
The nickname "Chain-Gang
Charlie," from his attempt to
revive chain gangs as a state sena-
tor in 1995, wasn't intended a
compliment -other lawmakers
snickered behind his back. Crist


ABOUT THE
CANDIDATE
Name: Charlie Crist
Age: 54
Education: Bachelor's degree in
political science, Florida State
University, 1978; Juris Doctorate,
Cumberland School of Law, 1981
Family: Married, two stepdaugh-
ters
Political experience: State
Senate, 1992-98; education com-
missioner, 2000-02; Florida attorney
general, 2002-2006; governor, 2006-
present
Professional experience:
General counsel, Minor League
Baseball, 1982-88; lawyer, Wood &
Crist, St. Petersburg, 1988-89; state
director for U.S. Sen: Connie Mack,
1989-91
. Campaign Web site: www.
charliecrist.com


took it as a badge of honor.
As attorney general in 2005, he
refused to follow the Jeb Bush-led
parade of conservatives advocating
preserving the life case of coma-
tose Terri Schiavo.
As governor,, he affronted the
party by pushing restoration of
felons' voting rights and a climate
change initiative.
In 2008, he extended early vot-
ing hours at the request of a good
friend and self-proclaimed "fire-
breathing liberal," former U.S.
Rep. Robert Wexler, even though


the move probably helped
President Barack Obama win
Florida.
He reversed himself to back
near-shore oil drilling in conform-
ity with then-GOP presidential
candidate John McCain, then
reversed again after the Gulf spill.
Most famously, he provided
across-the-aisle support for
Obama's economic stimulus plan
in February 2009 - but eight
months later, trying to maintain
conservative credentials for the
GOP Senate primary, bashed the
plan in radio ads.
As governor, he signed a contro-
versial bill that critics say watered
down growth management in
Florida; slashed the state budget
while refusing to push broadening
the tax base; and
Politically, Crist is now caught
in the no-man's land between
Republicans and Democrats,-tak-
ing fire from both - but maintain-
ing his famously cheerful, soft-
spoken persona, never angry and
rarely speaking ill of anyone.
"I just want to do what's right
for the people," he said.
Crist's father, son of a Cypriot
immigrant in Pennsylvania, moved
the family to St. Petersburg when
Crist was a child,became a promi-
nent physician and school board
member and shortenedthe family
name, Cristadoulos.
Politics has made up nearly all
of Crist's professional life. He
cares little about money, never


.having owned property or reported
much income other than public
salaries.
"Public service is what makes
me tick," he said in 2006, while
running for governor.
But his jumps from the state
Senate to education commissioner,
attorney general and finally gover-
nor drew criticism the he was a
political opportunist who cares
more about the next election than
any issue - criticism that intensi-
fied with his 2009 decision to dis-
dain re-election again and run for
the Senate.
Meanwhile, the party's increas-
ingly strident conservatism fed the
Senate primary challenge from
Marco Rubio, and disaffection
with Crist peaked last spring when
he vetoed the teacher merit pay
bill.
With polls showing him losing
to Rubio, Crist announced April 29
he would leave the GOP and run
no-party - 20 days after his cam-
paign issued a statement saying he
would not do so, and one month
after he made the same vow on
national television.
The move stripped him of much
of his party-based fundraising
prowess, leaving him dependent
on his personal relationship with
voters and popular discontent with
the parties.
"If anybody can do it," noted
University of Central Florida polit-
ical scientist Aubrey Jewett, "he
can."


Meek trying to convince Democrats he can win


BY WILLIAM MARCH
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE

Apolitical legacy from his moth-
er and energetically championing
causes dear to Democrats gave
U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek an unas-
sailable political base in his Miami
congressional district.
But Meek wants to go further.,
He decided last year to give up that
seat in Congress for a risky run for
the U.S. Senate.
Since then, Meek has struggled
to convince fellow Democrats he
can expand his base to win a
statewide contest. As the three-way
race between Meek, Republican
Marco Rubio and no-party candi-
date Gov. Charlie Crist draws to a
close, it's still all about whether
Meek can win.
Democrats, liberals and moder-
ates who admire Meek but think he
can't win have flocked to Crist as
their hope for beating Rubio.
Meek says he has disproved the *
doubters.
First, he became the first
statewide candidate in Florida his-
tory to qualify by getting petition
signatures, a process that took him
a year. Then he beat billionaire Jeff
Greene in the Democratic primary
to get the party's nomination.
But the 'doubts linger. Crist still
leads Meek in polls of all voters,
and Meek has only gradually crept
his way to a lead among the voters
he believes should all be his to
begin with, his fellow Democrats.
Meek says he's the only real


Democrat in the race.
"As soon as [Democrats] start
seeing the contrast, our numbers
are going to move," he told the
Tribune recently. "There were
some counting us -out in the pri-
mary, but the people counted us
in."
Meek could make Florida politi-
cal history if he won. He'd be the'
South's first elected black senator,.
and the first black candidate to win
a statewide office of any kind in
Florida, without a previous
appointment, since Reconstruction.
Meek acknowledges his political
career was an inheritance from his
mother, former U.S. Rep. Carrie
Meek, an iconic figure to black vot-
ers in South Florida. He followed
her to Florida A&M University, the
state Senate and Congress. But he
says he has grown out from under
her shadow.
For a decade she held the House-
seat he now holds, and timed her
surprise resignation in 2002 to pass'
it on to him.
But Kendrick Meek had begun
building a political career much
earlier.
At Florida A&M University, he
helped found the Young Democrats
club.
Meek served five years in the
Florida Highway Patrol, three as a
DUI trooper and two in Lt. Gov.
Buddy MacKay's security detail.
He briefly operated a security
company, then went to work for
Wackenhut security, which also
operates privately run prisons. It


ABOUT THE
CANDIDATE
Name: Kendrick Meek
SAge: 44
SEducation: Bachelor's degree in
criminal justice, Florida, A&M
University, 1989
Family: Married, two children
SPolitical experience:,, State
-Huse, 1995-98; state Senate,
1999-2002; U.S. House, 2002-pres-
ent
Professional 'experience:
Florida Highway Patrol trooper,
1989-94; owner, K & L Security
Services, 1996-2002; salesman,
Wackenhut Corp., 1996-2002
Campaign Web site:
www.kendrickmeek.com


employed his mother as a lobbyist,
after she left Congress. *
In 1991, he married. a foremen
Miami prosecutor who's now an
administrative law judge in
Washington, Leslie Meek.
In 1994, Meek won a state
House seat on his mother's former
turf, then a state Senate seat in
1998.
He first attracted statewide atten-
tion in 2000 when he and state Sen.
Tony Hill sat for 25 hours outside
former Gov. Jeb Bush's office to
protest the governor's executive
order banning race preferences in
state contracting and university
admissions.
Evoking the 1960s Civil Rights
Movement, the incident set off a


political brushfire. Meek claimed
victory when Bush agreed to
changes in parts of his order con-
cerning contracting.
.In 2002, Meek became a hero to
another core Democratic con-
stituency by leading the successful
campaign for a constitutional
amendment limiting public school
class sizes; over opposition from
Bush and the dominant Republican
Party.
Meek rejects the notion that he's
what Florida political insiders call
"a South Florida liberal" - a breed
those insiders say can't win a
statewide race in Florida.
He emphasizes his work as a
trooper and his service in the
House on the Armed Services and
Homeland Security Committees,
and cites a National Journal rank-
ing that called him the 176th most
liberal, or 254th most conservative,
House member.
He has been a strong supporter
of President Barack Obama,
including Obama's health care
reform and economic stimulus pro-
posals.
But he noteshe opposed raising
the national debt ceiling, has ques-
tioned Obama's war strategy and
says Obamna needs to move faster
on immigration reform.
In other areas, Meek adheres to'
typical Democratic stances, favor-
ing collective bargaining rights,
minimum wage increases, action to
stem global warming, and consis-
tently opposing offshore oil
drilling.


Once unknown, conservative Rubio takes lead in senate race


BY WILLIAM MARCH
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE

A year and a half ago, former
state House Speaker Marco Rubio
was virtually unknown outside his
Miami home turf.
More than 60 percent of Florida
voters hadn't heard of him. He dis-
tantly trailed Gov. Charlie Crist, the
state's dominant Republican, in the
U.S. Senate GOP primary.
That was then.
Today, after driving Crist out of
the party, Rubio leads the Senate
race and is widely considered the
nation's leading Tea Party-style
conservative candidate.
If he wins, backers dizzyingly
conjecture, Tampa's 2012
Republican Convention could do
for Rubio what a 2004 Democratic
convention speech did for another
charismatic, young, newly elected
senator, Barack Obama - make him
a presidential contender.
Rubio dismisses that speculation,
focusing on 2010 issues. In fact,
few politicians are more issueand
detail-focused -a trait reminiscent
of Jeb Bush.


ABOUT THE CANDIDATE
Age: 39
Education: Bachelor's degree in political science, University of Florida,
1993; Juris Doctorate, University of Miami, 1996
Family: Married, four children
Political experience: West Miami City Commission, 1998-2000; state
House, 2000-08, speaker, 2006-08
Professional experience: Tew Cardenas law firm, 1997-2000; Becker &
'Poliakoff law firm, 2001-04; Broad andCassel law firm, 2005-09; consultant;
sole-practitioner law practice; visiting professor, Florida International
University, 2009-10.
Campaign website: www.marcorubio.com


In stump speeches, Rubio show-
ers crowds with facts, then moves
them with lump-in-the-throat elo-
quence.
He will discourse on the techni-
cal details of the effect of tax cuts
on corporations and small business
employment, then movingly
describe his Cuban exile parents'
struggle to make a better life for
their children, working as a bar-
tender and a hotel maid.
He espouses "American excep-
tionalism," the idea that America is
a superior nation in its economic
and political freedoms -divinely
ordained, to lead the world.


"This election," he says, "is a ref-
erendum on our national identity.
Are we going to remain exception-
al, or are we going to become like
everybody else?"
In 2005, when Rubio was desig-
nated incoming speaker, Bush
passed Rubio his mantle as the
state's conservative champion in an
unusual House floor speech.
According to news accounts,
Bush presented Rubio a sword, say-
ing it was from "a mystical warrior"
and conservative spiritual guide.
Heis acknowledged to have been
among the Legislature's conserva-
tive forces. But some critics say his


speakership wasn't as conservative
as his campaign image.
During his time in the
Legislature, taxes it imposes direct-
ly, including inheritance, corporate
and intangibles taxes, went down.
But at the same time, revenue
from property taxes the state
requires school districts to levy
soared -more than doubling to $8.2
billion in 2008, Rubio's last year as
Speaker, said Kurt Wenner, of
Florida TaxWatch, a nonpartisan
tax watchdog group.
In effect, the Legislature shifted
the burden of education funding
from taxes it directly imposes to
property taxes it requires school
districts to impose, Wenner said.
Rubio proposed eliminating
those property taxes and replacing
them with an increase in the state
sales tax, but was unable to get the
measure passed.
On some issues, Rubio hews
closely to rightist ideology.
He has said, for example, that
he's not convinced there are human
causes for global warming, and
advocates allowing schools to teach
creationism as science.










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Jack Dawson, center, gestures as he speaks during an
interview as Everett Rawlings, left, and Bette Baldwin,
right, look on at the St. Andrews Estates North retirement
community Monday in Boca Raton. Seniors prepared to
cut back on everything from food to charitable donations
to whiskey as the news spread Monday that they will
have to wait until at least 2012 to see their Social
Security checks increase. -AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee

Seniors brace for

Social Security freeze


BY MATT SEDENSKY
ASSOCIATED PRESS

BOCA RATON -
Seniors prepared to cut
back on everything from
food to charitable dona-
tions to whiskey as word
spread Monday that they
will have to wait until at
least 2012 to see their
Social Security checks
increase.
The government is
expected to announce this
week that more than 58
million Social Security
recipients will go through
a second straight year
without an increase in
monthly benefits. This
year was the first without
an increase since auto-
matic adjustments for
inflation started in 1975.
"I think it's disgusting,"
said Paul McNeil, 69,' a
retired state worker from
Warwick, R.I., who said
his food and utility costs
have gone up, but his.
income 'has not. He
lamented decisions by
lawmakers that he said do
not favor seniors.
"They've got this idea
that they've got to save
money and basically they
want to take it out of the
people that will give them
the least resistance," he
said.
Cost-of-living adjust-
ments are automatically
set by a measure adopted
by Congress in the 1970s
that orders raises based
on the Consumer Price
Index, which measures
inflation. If inflation is
negative, as in 2009 and
2010, payments remain
unchanged.
Still, seniors like
McNeil said they'll be
thinking about the issue
when they go to vote, and
experts said the news
comes at a bad time for
Democrats already facing
potentially big losses in
November. Seniors are
the most loyal of voters,
and their support is espe-
cially important during
midterm elections, when
turnout is generally
lower.
"If you're the ruling
party, this is npt the sort
of thing you want to have
happening two weeks
before an election," said
Andrew Biggs, a former
deputy commissioner at
the Social Security
Administration and now
a resident scholar at the
American Enterprise
Institute.
At St. Andrews Estates
North, a Boca Raton
retirement community,
seniors largely took the
news in stride, saying
they don't blame
Washington for the lack of
an increase. Most are also
collecting pensions or
other income, but even so,
they prepared to tighten
their belts.
SBette Baldwin won't be
able to travel or help her
children as much. Dorcas
Eppright will give less to
charity Jack Dawson will
buy cheap whiskey
instead of his beloved
Canadian Club.
"For people who have
worked their whole life
and tried to scrimp and
save and try to provide for
themselves," said
.Baldwin, a 63-year-old
retired teacher, "it's diffi-
cult to see that support


system might not sustain
you."
Baldwin and her hus-
band mapped. out their
retirements, carefully cal-
culating their income
based on their pensions
and Social Security
checks. Trouble is, they
expected an annual cost-
of-living increase.
"When we cut back,
we're cutting back on
niceties," Baldwin said.
"But there are other peo-
ple that don't have any-
thing to cut back on.
They're cutting back on
food and shelter."
Many at St. Andrews
said the cost-of-living
decision won't affect who
they vote for next month.
But seniors tied the Social
Security issue to what
they see as a larger socie-
tal problem with debt,
entitlements and hopeful-
ness for the future.


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ASSOCIATED PRESS

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tea party movement
was born in anger over
the recession and the
Obama administra-
tion's bailouts, and
built largely on a plat-
form of lower taxes and
smaller government.
But some of its candi-
dates are getting
tripped up on social
issues.
In New York, Carl
Paladino, the tea party-
backed Republican can-
didate for governor,
caused a furor among
Democrats when he
said over the weekend
that children shouldn't
be "brainwashed" into
thinking homosexuality
is acceptable.
.In Colorado, GOP


Senate nominee Ken
Buck has tried to deflect
questions about his
stance against abortion
rights. In Delaware,
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Christine O'Donnell has
come under fire over
the conservative reli-
gious views she
espoused as a TV com-
mentator, including
preaching against the
evils of masturbation.
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Angle, a Southern
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stances, including rape
and incest, and doesn't
believe the Constitution
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Rangers, Rays aces to square off again


David Price will take the mound for Tampa Bay in decisive game


BY FRED GOODALL
AP SPORTS WRITER

ST. PETERSBURG - Rays manag-
er Joe Maddon spoke matter-of-factly,
assessing Tampa Bay's chances of
completing an improbable comeback
against the Texas Rangers in the
opening round, of the AL playoffs.
Down 2-0 after losing the first two
games of the series at home, the AL
East champions rebounded to win the
next two on the road and force a
deciding Game 5 on Tuesday night at
Tropicana Field.
Postseason ace-for-hire Cliff, Lee
will start for Texas, hoping to finish
what he started with a dominating
performance in Game 1.
The Rangers built on the 5-1 victory
and were five outs from their first
postseason series win before the sput-
tering Rays - in Maddon's words -
got their mojoo" back.
"Getting ahead is really a big com-
ponent in this series," said Maddon,
who will send 19-game winner David


Price to the mound in a rematch of
the starting pitchers from the opener.
"The first three games we just did
not show up. All of a sudden we
showed up for what, one and a half
games now? Definitely there's a differ-
ence in the dugout and within' the
clubhouse. It's back to where it had
been, and that's where we need to be.
We play off our internal emotions
pretty well, and we didn't have any."
The Rays, who had the AL's best
record this season, are trying Jo
become the sixth team in major
league history to win a postseason
series after losing the first two games
at home. The 2001 New York Yankees
were the last to do it (and the only
ones to rally in a best-of-five playoff),
bouncing back against Oakland.
Maddon likes Price's chances of
completing the task, even though the
25-year-old was .outpitched by Lee in
' Game 1.
"He was not satisfied in what he did
that first game. I know him, he took a
lot of that on himself," Maddon said.


"But I do believe any kind of mistakes
he thought he made, he's not going to
make them in Game 5. He's. got the
ability, both mentally and physically,
to make the corrections, so that's what
I see from David. I see a very, very
good performance."
The Rangers are the only current
major league franchise that has never
won a playoff series. They outscored
the Rays 11-1 in the first two games
and led in the eighth inning of Game
3 before Tampa Bay fought back.
Since batting .123 (10 for 81) with
one homer through the fifth inning of
Game 3, the Rays have hit .362 (21 for
58) with four homers.
Texas manager Ron Washington is
confident Lee can cool the bats again.
"They proved they can beat us on
our field, we proved we can beat them
on their field. This is what it's about
now," Washington said when asked if
he has a message for his team.
Lee, obtained from Seattle in early
July, is 5-0 with a 1.52 ERA in six
career postseason starts.
See RAYS, Page 6B >I


Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon
thinks before answering a question
Monday in St. Petersburg on Monday.
Game 5 of the American League
Division Series between the Tampa Bay
Rays and the Texas Rangers is
scheduled for tonight. - AP


Seminoles surging in ACC


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Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder, left, talks with head coach Jimbo Fisher, right, in the first quarter during a collegfotball'
game against Miami in Miami on Saturday. - AP

No. 16 Florida State looks to keep rolling vs. Boston College


BY BRENr KALLESTAD
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

TALLAHASSEE - Jimbo Fisher isn't
jumping up and down about Florida
State's 5-1 record. And the first-year coach
wants his Seminoles to know they haven't
achieved anything yet. -
After a humiliating loss at Oklahoma
last month, the 16th-ranked Seininoles
have roared back with-four straight victo-
ries, outscoring opponents by an average
of nearly 26 points a game.
But it's only halftime as far as the sea-
son is concerned.
"Just don't get caught up in the hype
about what's been done so far," Fisher
said while reflecting on Saturday's
impressive 45-17 victory at Miami. "We
haven't accomplished anything as a foot-
ball team right now except that we're play-
ing very well. We have to win another


game to be bowl eligible. All our goals and
.aspirations are still out there."
Four of Florida State's final six games
are at home, where the Seminoles are 3-0
and have outscored opponents 124-16.
But the players are getting Fisher's
message.
Quarterback Christian Ponder rein-
forced his coach's midseason analysis,
noting that reaching the Atlantic Coast
Conference title game in Charlotte, N.C:,
in early December is the minimum meas-
urement for a-successful season.
"We've won a' couple games," said
Ponder, who is 18-10 as a starter at Florida
State. "That's not that big a deal."
Ponder, who missed the last four garne"
of the 2009 campaign with a shoulder'
injury, noted that Florida State has been
healthy all season. .;
"Knock on wood," Ponder said.
Florida State (5-1, 3-0 ACC) has scored


144 points the last four weeks while giving
up only 41 as it turns its focus to Boston
College (2-3, 0-2), which has been one of
the Seminoles most nettlesome foes in
recent years.
Fisher is confident his young team (only,
five senior starters) can handle the recent
success by taking care of business in
games they're supposed to win.
We're together right now. but.wehave
six more games to play, he said "We'll
see how we sta together"' .
Florida State's,dej nen utnd'r ne~~w'oor-
dinator Mark Stoops has allowed 94
points this season, but half of those came
in a.47-17 loss at Oklahoma qn Sept. 11.
.'It was that embarrassmai that Fisher
believes accelerated the progress of this
year's team.
.'I think they realized "they don't want
their rear ends handed to them again,"
Fisher said Monday.


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Tampa


nets big


victory


in Cincy

BY JOE KAY
AP SPORTS WRITER
CINCINNATI - The
baby Bucs are growing
up.
Want evidence? Check
out the NFC South
standings, where Tampa
Bay is firmly in second
place at 3-1, ahead of
Super Bowl champion
New Orleans.
Better yet, check out
the last 2 minutes, 18 sec-
onds of their latest win.
Second-year quarter-
back Josh Freeman led
Tampa Bay on two late
scoring drives Sunday,
the last one culminating
in Connor Barth's 32-
yard field goal with only
a second left for a 24-21
victory over the
Cincinnati Bengals. It
was a breakthrough win
for the young
Buccaneers, who beat
the defending AFC North
champs on their own
field.
With everything on the
line, it was Tampa Bay
that kept its poise.
"A lot of people go into
the two-minute drive and
are just afraid to lose the
game," said Freeman,
who was 20 of 33 for 280
yards. "I want to make
the play to win the game.
I love to win more than I
hate to lose."
The Bengals (2-3) gave
one away.
Cincinnati appeared to
be in control with 2:28 to
play and a 21-14 lead.
Facing a third-and-13,
coach Marvin Lewis
'decided to throw the ball
rather than let Cedric
Benson - who finished
with 144 yards - run it
one more time to take
the clock down to the 2-
minute warning.
Tampa Bay was out of
timeouts and feeling a
little helpless.
See BUGS, Page 6B


BY MARK LONG
AP SPORTS WRITER

JACKSONVILLE - Deji Karim is
accustom to being unnoticed.
He played high school football with
quarterback Sam Bradford and followed
running back Brandon Jacobs at
Southern Illinois.
Karim's getting much more attention
these days, especially after his NFL debut.
Karim had 215 all-purpose yards in
Jacksonville's 36-26 victory at Buffalo on
Sunday. He returned four kickoffs for 145
yards, putting the offense in position for
two field goals and two touchdowns. His
last return, a 41-yarder in the third quar-
ter, helped set up the go-ahead score.
He also gained 70 yards on 15 carries,
filling in for Maurice Jones-Drew and


averaging more yards per carry than the
team's star player.
"Showed some juice in the return game
and got some touches as a running back
and did a nice job," coach Jack Del Rio
said Monday.
Karim, a sixth-round draft pick in April,
waited longer than expected for his
chance. He injured his left thumb in the
preseason, had surgery to repair ligament
damage and spent the last two months try-
ing to get back to 100 percent. He made
the 53-man roster, but was inactive the
first four games.
"He was practicing with this club," Del
Rio said. "Until he got rid of that, until
the doctors cleared him out of that, we
couldn't use him. The doctors finally
paved the way for us to get him up and
active."
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The Jaguars (3-2) were content to wait,
especially after seeing, what Karim could
do in offseason workouts,,-
Karim, meanwhile, was a little antsy. He
prepared every week just in case his num-
ber was called. Nonetheless, he felt but-
terflies all week after coaches told him he
would make his debut and struggled to
fall asleep Saturday night.
Once the game arrived, though, he felt
more at ease.
"They've been preparing me to go out
there and work as if it was a practice,"
Karim said. "That's what I've been doing,
getting the reps in practice. I was hoping
it would transfer over to the football field,
and it did. That's what I've been doing."
The Jaguars, who host Tennessee next
Monday night, expect Karim to continue
returning kickoffs.


Tampa Bay kicker Connor
Barth celebrates his last-
second field goal which
gave his team a 24-21
win over the Cincinnati
Bengals on Sunday as
teammate Jerramy Stevens
watches - AP


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in the eyes of another, you
could come off as being a
bit pompous if you try to
impress this person.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-
Jan. 19) - You could end
up being quite successful,
but it ish't likely to happen
on your first try. Thus, it is
important that you stay
relaxed and continue to
believe.in yourself through-
out the day.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-
Feb. 19) - Castles cannot
be built on sandy founda-
tions if you want them to
last. If you're hoping to
make something solid, be
patient and work at laying a
sturdy base.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March
20) - Attempt not to get
too serious, tense or frivo-
lous in handling your
affairs, any of which behav-
iors could weaken your
efforts.
ARIES (March 21-April
19) - One of the worst
things you could do is to try
to shift some of your obli-
gations ofito others.
TAURUS (April 20-May
20) - Although you may
be well intentioned, don't
attempt to advise family or
friends about financial or
business matters.
GEMINI (May 21-June
20) - Regardless of how
strong your views on cer-
tain' debatable subjects,
don't try to impose, your
opinions on those who think
differently.
CANCER (June 21-July
22) - Those of you who
have been far too sedentary
are likely to feel too slug-
gish to do anything.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)
- There is nothing wrong,
with having a little bit of a
good thing, but if you carry
it too far, you can expect
repercussions that you
might not want to live with.
Avoid overindulgence.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.
22) - It is best not to make
any major decisions without
first notifying those you live
with or those who could be
affected, especially your
mate, parents or siblings,
particularly if your views
are opposed.


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Dear Annie: My wonderful boyfriend of
two years recently told me he has rape fan-
tasies - both of being 'the rapist and of
being raped. He said that, for obvious rea-
sons, it's not something he talks about. But
things are getting really serious between
us, and he doesn't want to keep any secrets.
I am fairly open-minded, but this seems
strange, and I'm not comfortable dis-
cussing it with my friends or family. I am
part of several Interet communi-
ties, however, and asked my
chat buddies what they thought.
Many of hem said it was a per-
fectly normal "kink," and that
fantasy isn't the same as real-
ity. It doesn't mean he would AM
ever do it. Is that true? My\ * Q
boyfriend is a wonderful guy,
and I love him, but I'd be lying
if I said this revelation didn't set
me on edge a bit.
Should I be worried about this, or has
my life been more sheltered than I
thought? - Can't Help Being Concerned
Dear Can't Help: Try not to overreact.
Rape fantasies are fairly common, even
among men, and they are actually about
dominance and submission. Your boyfriend
doesn't want to hurt you. He may simply
get turned on by being totally in charge or
being completely overtaken. He should not
force you into anything, but if you are will-
ing to role-play with him, it could add


excitement to your love life.
Dear Annie: I have a situation that has
me up a tree. Whenever my wife and I have
a family get-together, one of our .grown
sons will show up with extra kids. I have
begged him to call first, but he just shows
up. When.they do ask if their child can
briig 'a friend, we usually say OK.
We have a large family, and it's a lot of
cooking. The last time we had the family
over, our oldest son came with one of his
kid's friends, and when I said he should
have asked, he got angry and
, took his family and walked
�out. Now he says I need to
apologize. I think I have the
right to have only family over
_ if that is what my wife and I
want. It's still our home.
If you say I need to apolo-
1 gize, I will. - Lost for Words
\\ Dear Lost: You don't need
to apologize. This is your
home, and your son should
ask before bringing extra people over,
even children.
Now decide how important it is to you,
because your son sounds too stubborn and
selfish to admit he's wrong. Sometimes, it
helps maintain a good relationship to say
you are sorry even when you are not at
fault.
We recommend doing that and ask your
wife to back you up.


BRIDGE


KIT 'N' CARLYLE BY LARRY WRIGHT


HERMAN BY JIM UNGER '


"She just had her physical. The doctor
says she's as fit as a double bass:'


Here is the second deal from a charity pro-am held in
Saint Louis in August. It raised $3,500 for BackStoppers,
which provides financial support to the families of police,
firefighters and medical workers who died in the line of
duty.
Bridge is a bidder's game - that's the modem mantra.
In this auction, one no-trump was forcing for one round;
two clubs was natural, but perhaps with only three clubs
and 3-5-2-3, 2-5-3-3 or 4-5-1-3 distribution; and two dia-
monds indicated a weak hand with a long suit. If you had
been East, would you have done anything different?
West led the spade queen. Declarer took dummy's ace,
drew two rounds of trumps ending in his hand, and played
his heart. West won with his ace and shifted to clubs, the
defenders taking one spade, one heart and three clubs.
Minus 90 gave East-West only 4.5 matchpoints out of 23.
East wins the wimp-of-the-year award. He should have
overcalled one heart with one spade. Yes, his suit is not
that good; yes, he has no singleton or void; but he has
spades, the boss suit, and ace-king-king. Owning a spade
fit is powerful because the other side has to go up one level
to outbid you.
Also, after passing over one heart, East should have
balanced with two spades when two diamonds was passed
back to him. Probably North would have pushed to three
diamonds, after which West could not have lost. He could
have passed and gained plus 100 (worth only 5.5 match-
points), or bid three spades and ended with plus 140 (14
matchpoints), or doubled for plus 200 (20.5 matchpoints).


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Females. $250 OBO. $300, CH/A, porch, 334-596-5032 2PM-11PM with a weekend rotation $150 8505922927 GTX 10W30 Tires, Maxxis ATV
(850)596-0236 storage room, W/D Correct Craft Torino Competitive Pay and Benefits Package BOOKCASES (5)DK MOTOROIL (8)5QT Mud tires, set of 4
850jkallgood-gmail.c 569-5628watincl. 7 I rfit Background Check and Drug Screen LIKE NEW $300 5EA (850)592-2507 x1272-9318 50
AKC Wemariner' (850)592-2507
AKCpuppies, M& F, $400 2/2 CH/A water, Penta outdrive, gar, Required Will be responsible or the facity's (850)592-2507 a od o
puppies, M F, $400. garb. lawn care, incl. kept. exc. cond. very inquiry, admissions and marketing BOOKCASES (5) DK Hammock & wood Toilet & Tank $40
parents on site. 334- no pets, $400 + dep. fast!!! $10,750. Visit www.vantagesourcing.com for job process which may include tours, stand ex cond OBO OBO 850-593-9987 or
97 33 05- 850-593-6457/272- 334-347-7930 description or to apply personal visits assessments and EA LIKE NEW 30"X6' 100 -5434 573-4425
_____ ___________ 1536 hospital visits. Prefer knowledge of EA LIKE NEW $300 $100850-482-5434 573-4425
7197.-Read--now-- 1536--CROWNLINE'07, 210 - _ reimbursementr a o (850)592-2507 -- VORYWOOL
2 2 Located in Bowrider w/wake If you prefer to apply in person reimbursement programs from (850)592-2507 IVORY WOOL Verizon Blackberry
22n aids n $350 ma board tower. 3mg please come M-F from 8 - 3 P M" a payer sources Camper top forr'00 TOGGLE-COAT NICE 8703E never activat-
" -"; Sneads. $350 .mo board tower. 350mag please come M-F from 8AM-3:30PM GMC Sierra Truck, (XMAS)WOMENS M-L ed, no plan $110 OBO
8505;3-0308. 300hp, like new, * lgood shape, $60 O $45(850)592-2507 850-569-1200
2 & 3 BR MH C'dale. $26,000. 334-470-8454 Will be responsible for providing direct 8505941024 Mac stove wood
. $500&up H20 ga.rb Fisher '01 Hawk 18' nursing care to the residents and toIN PRICE RE burning fire place in- Wall hung
sewer in. utp: Class 2, with 115 of other nursing staff. Must hold a current BOOKS- 1965-1989 sert with blower $475 sink $15 OBO 850-
, , www..:harloscou n ry Mercury outboard and valid RN license by the State of ALL $20 850-482-1085 593-9987 or573-4425
CKC Reg. 8 wks Chow ing c,. 850-258 m tor h trailer, Florida. (850)592-2507 NordicTrac Treadmill Window Slider, vinyl,
Puppes. 2 Let 4868, 209-8847 fish finders, trollingeFNordicTrac Treadmill Window Slider, vinyl,
Pupp$350 fm $es 300nl 2 Left! 3 BR M's in motor, access ladder, Fisher free standing pd $1200, few mnts 3x2, low E w/screen,
334-464-0440 Marianna & Sneads Bemini, AM/FM ra - wood burning stove, old, asking $500 850- brand new, $45 850-
(850)209-8595. dio, on board charge, $350 850-482-1085 766-5725 573-4425
DealTaker corn cover, very well kept
Pet Items for Less! 3/1 house, 2/1 & 2/2 inder shelter.
Shop with MH for rent in C'dale, $14,000. 334-685-7319 Tuesday, October 12, 2010
DealTaker.com $450-$500+ dep. Wa- Fisher '06 Crapp
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482-5540 incl. No Pets 850-592- live wells w/trailer
8129 334-793-2226 Sunday's
3/2, 2/2 in C'dale, Gheenoe Camo 13' 'WASABI SOLUTION
no pets, CH/A $325- w/trailer.2HP mtr.32 ( @ 1
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Automobiles Automobiles Motorcycles SpoUtiltyehes lerTraor Trucks-eavy Trucks-HeavyDu ty Legal Not icesgal
Gandy 4 row insect Dodge '02 Dakota Ford '96 Su cab TION 14, TOWNSHIP COURTHOUSE, at 2009-CA-001094 of
cide applicator Leather Intuad cab F-250 long ed RWD, 5 NORTH, RANGE 10 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL the Circuit Court of
VW 5 Bete, /d double boxes, for lean con. Fully V8, turbo diesel, 7.3L WEST OF JACKSON STANDARD TIME on the 14th Judicial Cir-
Limited Edition, two chemicals auto. 334-693-3980 auto trans, power COUNTY FLORIDA; November 4, 2010 the cuit in and for Jack-
Like New. New tires, unted n tool ws an e THENCE NORTH following described son County, Florida,
moonroof, keyless mounteon toobar. wiows, many ex- ALONG THE EAST proper as set forth wherein Regions
entry, alarm. Under Good condition. $300. tras. $5,000 OBO LINE OF THE SOUTH- propn .sart Fias set forth wherein Reions
entry 229-75i nal Judg- Bank d/b/a Regions
Warranty, $9,500. 229-758-3146 or 229- 334-774-3271 WEST QUARTER OF ment, to-wit Mortgage, Plaintiff
| Call 334-655-0702 HONDA '07 CBR, 600, 400-5184
Call 34-655-702 HONDA 07 R 4,000 miles 400518Ford '98 F15O, great SECTION 14, 1860.913 and Jason R. Hilton
satretch/owerd,es, GOLFF-FAIRWAY cond, 165K mi New FEET; THENCE N 87� PARCEL #1, FAULK and Windy A. Hilton,
S brother exhaust, X . 3 GANG W/DIESEL MO- Brakes, alternator 00'00" W, 354.73 FEET LOT: COMMENCING His Wife are
Sante Fe o $ 0 3355-454 mies. Great TOR $3,500.334-678- Dodge '04 Ram Red and battery.Cold TO THE POINT OF BE- AT A POINT WHERE defendantss, I will
, 0 Sanee $7,200334-355-0454 miles. Great Condi- ,56 . 4dr Hemi truck w/114 AirElec windows & GINNING; THENCE THE EASTERLY LINE sell to the highest
AM/FM, CD player, n O inal owne. k hwy. mi. Like new. door locks.$4800 obo CONTINUE N 87� OF BAKER AVENUE and best bidder for
fully loaded, V6, Rockfor Fosgate GOLF - TORO GREENS New rhino liner & 334-691-4643 00'00" W, 963.05 FEET INTERSECTS THE cash AT THE FRONT
garage kept, Title in premium sound w/ 6 MASTER TRI-3 REEL bed cover. Infinity TO A POINT OF THENORTHERLY LINE OFDOOR OF THE JACK-
hand. $6500. disc mp3/CD. Off- 6'$4000. 334-678- factory sound, red/ Mazda'89 SE-5 Ex EASTERLY RIGHT-OF- PEARL STREET AND SON COUNTY
931-624-6821 WE road package. Call EASTERLY RIGHT-OF- PEARL STREET AND SON COUNTY
Call 931-624-6821road package. all 6568 blk leather interior. Cab. Runs Needs WAY OF STATE ROAD RUNNING; TENCE COURTHOUSE, AT
PAY790-4201. Leave mes-KING Svcd by dealer. minor carb work. NO. 167; THENCE S14* N89 DEGREES 581E 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL
sage. 742 Branton $12,500 Must see. $750 334-687-9788 45'59" E ALONG SAID ALONG THE EASTER- STANDARD TIME on
. Road. $9,950 Firm. 3 GANG REEL (850)960
H HRoad. $9,950 Firm. 3 GNG EELMOTOR (850)960-3922 or 334-695-6368 RIG H T - OF-WAY, LY UNE OF PEARL November 4, 2010,
82k miles, cordin $2,500.334-678-6568 Dode 05 Dakota 258.72 FEET; THENCE STREET A DISTANCE the following descrl-
FOR JUNK seat, w/drivers back uad-cab, SLT, 34k DEPARTING SAID OF 234.05 FEET TO bed property as set
rest, looks good runs John Deer 05'48 HP, m, cylinder, full RIGHT-OF-WAY S87� THE POINT OF BEGIN- forth In said Final
Jaga CARSr!i Cl great $2800. Neg full wh. drive, front owerExc $13,800. 00'00" E, 804.92 FEET; NING; THENCE N03 Judgment, to-wit
Jaguar'05 w8L Call 334-237-3697 end loader, bushhog, OBO 334-449-1864 THENCE N 20*48'57" DEGREES 06'E A DIS-
4door. Black. Owner 334-818-1274 finish mower, disk, O 334449 E. 258.80 FEET TO TANCE OF 49.81 LOT 7, BLOCK.5, RIV-
p568Knew. Asking HONDA '8 Vallkrie spredder &box blade ,-Sed 03 S 2500 THE POINT OF BEGIN- FEET; THENCE N89 ERVIEW SUBDM-
25985. 850-896-3774 Tourer all original $18,200.OBO 798-3352 hd, 4wd ext cab. NING. DEGREES 58'E A DIS- SION, UNIT #1, AC-
ilow miles, runsg great Less than 1000 hrs 6000V8, HD4-s d TANCE OF 73.37 CORDING TO PLAT,
Classics334-693-5454 0 Tahbe LT, 29K Kubota Tractor auto trans. new tires, ANY PERSON CLAIM- FEET; THENCE S67 AS RECORDED IN
S'J 334693 4 Tahe LT, 29K Kubota Tractor e 0 black, $4500. total ING AN INTEREST IN DEGREES 03'W PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE
Honda 99 Shadow Miles, Gold Color,Ex HSTwithfrontend options $1100 ad THE SURPLUS FROM ALONG THE WESTER- 23, OF THE PUBLIC
S Me s 1100 Arrow Lots'of cellent Condition, loader with box Dodge 05 Viper ons. 64K m. nada THE SALE, IF ANY, LY LINE OF WYNN RECORDS OF JACK-
Restoreor usefor trasFullW/S $30,500.685-3226 blade &finishing Truck. NADA$26,999 retail $17,675. Kelley OTHER THAN THE STREET A NORTHER- SON COUNTY, FLOR-
xu parts. BestOfferl r t guard, mower $17,500. $18,999 or Trade blue book private PROPERTY OWNER LY NE OF PEARL DA.
114K mi.Goldw/tan 251-747-4022 saddlebags, mustang Call 334-774-7771 850-210-4166 party $18,765. AS OF THE DATE OF STREET A DISTANCE
thr intheated seats, Collector Mercedes seat, whitewalll Longho Horse ode 2004 Dakota 334-266-5248. THE US PENDENS OF 70.80 FEET TO THE ANY PERSON CLAIM-
Ithr intheated seats ector4 e yMeredes seat& w tel - oa e05 Horse Dodge 2004 Dakota Sell for1 15500. MUST FILE A CLAM O I7NT OFE T GNEG-IN AN I IN
333-3436 or671-3712 good cond., rare 4- Mustsee!$3,500 2-horseslant pad, 7 llpowercyl, Toyota 01 Prunner N 60 AYSAF- NIN SAID PROPER- THE SURPLUS F
Ligncolnre00sTrwne gerysmood h shifman.trans.,229 105 tack room, electric autl.ocruise,$70 r et eneda TER THE SALE. TY BEING A PART OF THE SALE, IF ANY,
Lincoln 'O Town car speed man. trans., 229-416-1051 brak o i auto, cruise, $7200. red, extended cab LOT 1, BLOCK E, OF OTHER THAN THE
signature series, vera smooth ohiig, n time for cooler BMW '06 X5 78k brakes, $350. OBO- Call 334-449-1864 4cyl, auto, AC, bed- IF YOU ARE A PER- MILTON ADDITION INPROPERTY OWNER
beautiful BirchSilver a inat $6 a weather '05 Honda miles NADA 26k 850-588-4883 014X4 V-10 liner, tool box, looks SON WITH A DIABIL-SOUTH MARIANNA, AS OF THE DATE OF
loaded, 60/40leather bargr $6,800 weather Ford '01 4X4 V-IS good runs great ITY WHO NEEDS ANY FLORIDA AS RE- THIS. US PENDENS
seats am/fm/cd 334-797-4883 Trike, cranberry red, $18,999 or Trade Mac Dump Trailer'99 Pickup Truck 0 rs great ITY WHO NEEDS ANY FLORIDA, AS RE- THIS, PENDEN
tomanadontolist 850-210-4166 Selling price 71KMi.$8500 00.Call791-2826 ACCOMMODATION CRDED IN PLAT MUST FILE A CLAIM
crews, tilt computer DealTaker.com 6000 mi. $26.000 $21,855.88 Utility 229-220-0456 IN ORDER TO PAR-BOOK A, PAGE 45, IN WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
69K mi. mint cond. For Automotive Cash or cashiers Trailer Sales of Ala- LegalAds TICIPATE IN THIS THE PUBLIC RE-TER THE SALE.
never smoked in, Coupons & Deals! check 334-687-0225 bama 522 Ross Clark Ford 01' F150 lariat PROCEEDING, YOU CORDS OF JACKSON
never wrecked _ _ _ Circle Dothan 36303 5.4 liter. 154K mi. ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COUNTY, FLORIDA. WITNESS my hand
$15,250.334-791-7330 GolfCarts I 334-794-7345 black ext. tan leather Legal Notices COST TO YOU, TO and seal of this Court
Lincoln 01Executiveseats, super cab, au- THE COURTHOUSE, ANY PERSON CLAIM- on the 4th day of Oc-
Seriesadult driven. J c....120TTao to trans $8000. 417- 4445 LAFAYETTE ING AN INTEREST IN tober, 2010.
Series adult driven. Golf cart, 36V crim- M-120 DT 4x4 w/ 793-7937 LF15132 STREET, MARIANNA, THE SURPLUS FROM
Blue w/grey leather son red, 4 sweater, w/ oe Kubota loader 120hp FL 32446 WITHIN 2 THE SALE, IF ANY, DALE RABON GU-
interior, new tires & headlamps pristine LT Leather, DVD LA1601 (cabfire) 3100 FORD '02 LARIAT IN THE CIRCUIT WORKI DAYS OF OTHER THAN THE THRIE
brakes w/reg. serv- condition. 2000.334- - $10,900.00 Trades hrs. original tires F250 Diesel, Crew COURT OF THE 14TH YOUR RECEIPT OF PROPERTY OWNERCircuit and County
ice,woer seats, 655-0962 Kawasaki04 X636 Considered Call CSI 50%, engine, fuel Cab, 123K miles JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF NOTE OFAS OF THEDATEOF Courts
windows & door Custom Paint Auto 850-210-4166 tanks ok. REDUCED $16,000 334-687-9983 FLORIDA, IN AND FOR SALE: IF YOU ARE THE LS PENDENS
locks. 11,mi. cash Motorcycles ) Extended; Lowered Chevy '01 Tahoe $10,899. OBO or trade JACKSON COUNTY HEARING IMPAIRED MUST FILE A CLAIM By: /s/Tammy Bailey
S es 0 rade 155k mi, 3rd row for 2009CAactor. CALL: 1-800-955-8771; WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- TAMMY BAILEY
fironly34-7904892 850-210-4166 seat, fully loaded. 00R0 IF YOU ARE VOICE TERTHE SALE. Deputy Clerk
Kawasaki '06 KLR 55,900.646-620-9478 000105 IMPAIRED CALL: 1-
Lincoln '01 Towncar, 650 new tires & (Dothan) DIVISION a: 800-955-8770 DATED at MARIAN- LF15140
Signature series w/ brakes, great condi- NA, Florida this 4th
101,130 m ri$6,000 tion. 5k miles. 5g3500 rea4F CREDIT BASED ASSET DATED at MARIAN- day of October 2010 PUBLIC AUCTION
6p10m i gods ortsman 4- Super Duty XL truck, SECURITIZATION
850-579-4467 after ofi ld OBO or trade for4 SuperDuuXL truck, SECURITIZATIO NA Flri br DALERABON Mallory Towing and
m'06 HD D wheeler. 850-592- auto. AC. 6 liter LLC A N o pR ERecoveryT Inc. will
Lincoln '07 MKZ, '06 HD Dyn Wide wheeler. 850592-ersroke diesel. THE hold a public auction
Light tan w/beige in- Glide-FXDWG. Black. 3287C 30 Massey p0ferdroLe diesreal. i 20CLERK OF THE hold a public auction
terior,leather heated Like new. customs. Kawasaki'09KXF250 hitew/tanyleather Feuson is at bed, dual rear Plaintiff, DALE RABON, GU- CIRCUITCOURT On October 20, 2010
seats, ABS, side 6600 mi $12 900 404- Motor by PM, 2 3e , e e, 1 set tom plow & wheels 11,500. Call c n County, at 2:00 P.M. on a:
airbags, 37k mi, NA- 578-1482 jeff@ brothers perform- entry, new AC, 2nd planters - 334-464-3189 C RT Jkon 1997 Honda, White in
DA$21,175 sell for truthlnsong.com ance nipe. Very fe own $82506 planters$3K797 334-46 CUlT COURT Jackson 1997 Honda, WhIte I
DA $21,175 sell for truthinsong.com anceipe. Very fast 6925 or 334699-1366 ECIA LEIN A/K/A County,Florida By:/s/TammyBailey Color VN#
$17,900 850-814-0155 '92 Goldwing, 60k bike he moor- Tractor JD 4450 FELICIA LONG A/K/A TAMMY BAILEY JHMRA848VC00599
Lincoln Congressior miles, red, exc. paint cossnetremist MSWD dualscab FELICIA L OLDS; By:/s/TAMMY BAI- Deputy Clerk
al Town Sedan 03' & running cond. 334-726-3842 . MSWD duals, cab, MATTHEW LEIN; LEY Auction will be held
142K mi. white w/ $7000 850-445-2915 Kawasa '09 Nn 334726006. ---STATE OF FLORI DeputyClerk LF15 at Malory Towing
tan leather top, leave message 250. 3k mi. Perfect - Ford05 Expedition DEPARTMENT OF _ _ --- LF15134 and Recovery Inc.
seats,Amerianlronhorse condition!Blue, Utiity Trailer EddieBauerallop- REVENUE CHILDSUP- 4141 West Lafayette
334-693-2274 $600 07 Texas Chopper asking 3000 6ft0"W- 14ft.6' L. tions, newtires, good PORT ENFORCEMENT LF15135 INTHE CIRCUITOF Street in Marlanna,
Mazda '01626 '07 T500Kmi.exc.as Chopper asking 3000 Elec brakes, tanden cond. 1 owner OFFICE ON BEHALF THE 14TH JUDICIAL FL., 850-526-5646.
Mazda 01626 LX 1500Kmi.exc. cond. 334-648-0195 Chevy'05 Tahoe, axles, lift gate& $14,500. 080104K OF CYNTHIA CHAP- IN THE CIRCUIT OF CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
158K Mi. Loaded! $14,500334-447-2131 Kawsaki 2000 Clas 49,100 mi, leather, spare tire. Heavy Du- Hwy. mi. MAN; STATE OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL IN AND FOR JACKSON Mallory Towing and
Pwr everything, cd 34FLORIDA DEPART- CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, COUNTY Recovery Inc.
player, Wh int. sic LT.2007 Under new tires, power, ty 334-796-8136 334-347-3441 RecOF E ovFOR JACKSON s res he Inc.ht re-
player, Warranty til 2012. verynice.8,995MENT O REVENUE IANDORACKSON serves the right to
$4000 334-692-4084 Lowmi. Whte 850-579-4694 CHILD SUPPORT EN- COUNTY Case No:2009-CA- reject any and all
334-797-9290 2053CC ow mi. e 850579-4694 Vans FORCEMENT OFFICE 001094 bids.
8500. 334-774-3474 Chevy Blazer LS'03 ON BEHALF OF FELIC- Case #: 2009-CA- Division #:
or 334-791-1074 4-dr. gold, air/power 1999 Ford: Windstar IA LONG; STATE OF 000613 Date: October 11,
Sd Mojo Motor Scooter windows, exc cond. Van LX, Chestnut col- FLORIDA DEPART- Division #: Regions Bank d/b/a 2010
S,'05, 200mi, Blue, $5,500.334-792-8058 or, quad seeing, du- MENT OF REVENUE; Regions Mortgage,
; $1650 850-258-1638 334-791-2360 al sliding doors, A/C FORD'07 Explorer EverHome Mortgage Easy Ways to
SBMW R1200CL Ilk ' 1 is 5 yrs old, very reli- Sport Trac, Limited, Defendant(s) Company Plaintiff, y
able, needs body- V-8,FullyLoaep dr' Increase lour
miles. NADA $e3.850 MOTIVATED . 0- abl, er ry- M FLoadued, NOTICE OF SALE Plaintiff, -vs.- ncre You
Mazda 3 '08 sp. 4-dr. $7999 or Trade WIFE! 2005 . work, $280056K Mies, Blue
silver, exc. cond. 850-210-41666 Yamaha Royal Star 334-798-0576 $20,500, 334-687-4686 NOTICE IS HEREBY -vs.- Jason R. Hilton and 's Re
3980mrear spoil- DirtBke or Honda motorcycle. C Ad's Results.
39,800mi. rear sp5l- Dirt Bike0 Honda motorcycle. Chevy ASTO'97 con- Ford 08 OF50 XLT GIVEN pursuant to an Windy A. Hilton; His
4-nw 0 118 7 CR Excellent Model XVZ13CT version Van raised 4 doors, ext cab, exc Order of Final Judg- Bradley McLean and Wife; Wayne Terrel
33n 334-798-2337 road/street drive Ford '04 Explorer f, loaded, new cond, 4.6 liter V8, ment of Foreclosure Ashley A McLean Sirmans; Sun Trust
Mercedes '73 450 SL 334-798-2337 80k miles tires, 51K m. $9,500. Chrome wheels, sale dated October 4, a/k/a Ashley Bank; Chase Bank, 1. e o
convertible nders35 WD. NADA$8870 334-897-2054 or 334- loaded, 68K mi, 2010, entered in Civil McLean, Husband USA, National Associ-
(hard/soft top) miles, Inreat $6999 or Trade 464-1496 $14,600. Case No. 2009-CA- and Wife; Jackson action; American Ex- Usean At cor
$12,000 0 904-368- condition. 850-210-4166 CHRYSLER '06Town Call 334-237-1039 000105 of the Circut County, Florida; press Travel Related
Court of the 14th Ju- Services Company,
1153 Leave msg Features double & Country Van. Ec. FORD 2005 Sport Trac dicial Circuit in and Defendant(s). Inc; Unknown Par- 3.Stat youradiththe
hard case saddle cond. 51K, seats 7. XLT, 57K, loaded, drk for Jackson County, ties in Possession #1;
Mercedes 82' 38SL bags, highway A/C power. $9500 red two tone grey, ex Florida, Wherein NOTICE OF SALE Unknown Parties in itemyou are selling or a
93K mi. H/S tops bars, cruise OBO.. 334-688.5154 condition.$17,800. Credit Based Asset Possession #2; If liv-
PWRS/B, windows, s mieull Securitization, LLC. GIVEN pursuant to an Parties claiming by
S hab windows K t miles or 'Tire Chrysler 95Voyag r. OBO. 334-692-4572 Servicin and NOTICE IS .HEREBY ing, and all Unknown beefit headlne .
2 K ,al FO mi9e Exops V6. auto.p ea . Ford'89Bronco, Runs Plaintiff and Felicia Order of Final Judg- through, under
ant auto, AC, up- iedoubleshield, FORD '99 Expedition, power, am, m cas. grt, lifted, mud tires, Lein a/k/a Felicia ment of Foreclosure against the above
graded sound stor- chrome-upem, Ey Rider, all double seat tour 3seats,fully loaded, newtires, NOW excel. cond. $3500 Long a//a Felicia Ldated october 4 named Defendant() be
car cover & top str- chrome-up, SSarbs, bike. Asking $9500 157K miles, new $1975 080 850-592- 080 trade 850-774- ads are 2010, entered in Civiwho are not known
age rack, clean, well screaming eagle OBO. Please call tires, $6,300 OBO 2832 9189/74918 defendantss, willCase No. 2009-CA-ivi who e dead or alive,
maintained w/ re- exhaust system 334-790-7380. (16) 334-84-0519 9189/774-9186endant(s), I w Case-CA- toor
cords. $14,200. 334- 6500334-695-37441dfnns, wiCa N.29Atoe adrlv
792-9789200. 334- 0ldWi 3 5 GMC'00Jimm y, GMC '95, Conversion .-sell to the highest 000613 of the Circuit whether said Un- 5. Descbe your iem or
9 GomW ng 97 1500SE Motorcycle Oen greatcond., $4200 - Van, new A/C. runs and best bidder for court of the 14th Ju- known Parties may
Mercedes- '9 70K mi. Pearl white. Trailer hold 2 ikes 0 2491 grt, $2500 S & M Au- -- cash . AT THE FRONT dicial Circuit in and claim an interest as job position in detail
black 'c 15K, 1 $7,500.229-321-9625 or Utility trailer7x0., askforTom to Sales 850-774- DOOR OF THE JACK- for Jackson County, Spouse, Heirs,
owner, mint cond.. ... Like new, A-Frame 9189/850-774-9186 SON COUNTY Florida, wherein Devisees, Grantees, Iclof
Snr6000. firm , Jack - 2 moto chocks, i--m- COURTHOUSE. AT EverHome Mortgage orOther Claimants
334406-7 530 no rust exc. cond. Wanted: 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL Company, Plaintiff lde item you areseling
06 0 1300.2 or 334-6180 Automoie FORD '89 F150, 4wh, STANDARD TIME, on and Bradley McLean Defendant(s).
1072 or 334-699-2280 4x4 Auto, $4,600 or January 13, 2011 the and Ashley - A.
Yamaha ' V-star reasonable offer 229- following described McLean a/k/a Ashley NOTICE OF SALE 7, Use White space,
650 Silverado.Saddle 334-8520, 229-296- property as set forth McLean, Husband
Sbags ,Tndshield. 8171 in said Final Judg- and Wife are NOTICE IS HEREBY largertpe ald graphics
13kde bags, wd shield Hummer04 H mnt, to-wit: defendantss, I will GIVEN pursuant to an
ga13k mi adult rie . bck rest K bo Lded with all the2 Ford '93 Ranger over sell to the highest Order of Final to IkIe yo0 ad stald
garage kept, lotsof gar. kept 50bo Loaded with all the 100K mi. CD player, COMMENCE AT THE and best bidder for Judgement of Fore- . a s
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6B - Tuesday, October 12, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


SCOREBOARD


AUTO RACING
Nascar Sprint Cup Leaders
Through Oct, 10
Points
1, Jimmie Johnson, 5,673. 2, Denny
Hamlin, 5,637.3, Kevin Harvick, 5,619. 4,
Jeff Gordon, 5,588. 5, Tony Stewart,
5,566. 6, Kurt Busch, 5,533. 7, Carl
Edwards, 5,511.8, Jeff Burton, 5,496. 9,
Kyle Busch, 5,486. 10, Greg Biffle, 5,458.
11, Matt Kenseth, 5,432. 12, Clint
Bowyer, 5,426.13, Ryan Newman, 3,656.
14, Jamie Mcmurray, 3,596.15, Mark
Martin, 3,506.16, Juan Pablo Montoya,
3,455.17, David Reutimann, 3,382. 18,
Dale Earnhardt Jr., 3,379.19, Kasey
Kahne, 3,349.20, Joey Logano, 3,348.
Money
1, Jimmie Johnson, $6,163,898.2,
Jamie Mcmurray, 56,017,067. 3, Kurt
Busch, S6,003,952.4, Kevin Harvick,
$5,771,030.5, Kyle Busch, $5,390,552.
6, Tony Stewart, S4,951,517. 7, Jeff
Gordon, $4,938,602.8, Denny Hamlin,
$4,791,578.9, Carl Edwards, $4,624,271.
10, Matt Kenseth, $4,601,827.
11, Kasey Kahne, $4,557,907.12, Jeff
Burton, $4,507,457. 13, David
Reutimann, $4,399,203.14, Juan Pablo
Montoya, 14,335,597.15, Greg Biffle,
$4,280,837. 16, Joey Logano,
$4,264,318.17, Ryan Newman,
$4,226,417.18, Dale Earnhardt Jr.,
$4,061,878. 19, A J Allmendinger,
$4,015,543. 20, Clint Bowyer,
$4,012,054.

NBA

National Basketball Association
Preseason Glance
All Times EDT
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
W L Pet GB
Boston 3 0 1.000 -
New Jersey 2 1 .667 1
Toronto 1 1 .500 1'/
New York 0 1 .000 2
Philadelphia 0 3 .000 3

Southeast Division
W L Pct GB
Orlando 3 0 1.000 -
Miami 2 1 .667 1
Washington 2 1 .667 1
Atlanta 0 1 .000 2
Charlotte 0 3 .000 3

Central Division
W L Pct GB
Cleveland 2 1 .667 -
Milwaukee 2 1 .667 -
Detroit 1 1 .500 H2
Chicago 1 2 .333 1
Indiana 0 3 .000 2.
Western Conference
Southwest Division
W L Pct GB
Memphis 3 0 1.000 -
Houston 2 2 .500 1'/2
San Antonio 1 1 .500 1%/
Dallas . 1 2 .333 2
New Orleans 0 2 .000 2'/

Northwest Division
W L Pct GB
Minnesota 2 0 1.000 -
Denver 1 0 1.000 1
Utah 1 0 1.000 /2
Oklahoma City 1 1 .500 1
Portland 1 2 .333 1%'

Pacific Division
W L Pct GB
Golden State 2 0 1.000 -
L.A. Clippers 1 2 .333 1/2
Phoenix 1 2 .333 11/
Sacramento 1 2 .333 1%
L.A. Lakers 0 1 .000 1%2
Sunday's Games
Orlando 135, New Orleans 81
Boston 91, Toronto 87
Cleveland 99, Houston 93
Golden State 95, Sacramento 86
Monday's Games
Atlanta at Detroit, late
Cleveland at Dallas, late
Utah vs. Portland at Portland, late
Tuesday's Games
Atlanta at Washington, 7 p.m.
Boston at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Toronto at Chicago, 8 p.m.
Denver at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
Memphis vs. Oklahoma City at Tulsa, OK,
8 p.m.
San Antonio vs. LA. Clippers at Mexico
City, Mexico, 9:30 p.m.
Utah at Phoenix, 10 p.m.
Golden State at Sacramento, 10 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
New Jersey vs. Houston at Beijing, China,
8 a.m.
Dallas vs. Detroit at Grand Rapids, MI, 7
p.m.
Minnesota at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Philadelphia at Toronto, 7 p.m.
Boston at New York, 7:30 p.m.
Miami at New Orleans, 8 p.m.
Sacramento vs. L.A. Lakers at Las Vegas,
NV, 10 p.m.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

The AP Top 25
The Top 25 teams in The Associated
Press college football poll, with first-
place votes in parentheses, records
through Oct. 9, total points based on 25
points for a first-place vote through one
point for a 25th-place vote, and previous
ranking:
Record Pts Pv
1. Ohio St. (34) 6-01,453 2
2. Oregon (15) 6-01,427 3
3. Boise St. (8) 5-01,395 4
4. TCU (1) 6-01,304 5
5. Nebraska 5-01,236 7 .
6. Oklahoma (2) 5-01,225 6
7. Auburn 6-01,104 8
8. Alabama 5-11,021 1
9. LSU 6-0 999 12
10. South Carolina 4-1 978 19
11. Utah 5-0 926 10
12. Arkansas 4-1 813 11
13. Michigan St. 6-0 806 17
14. Stanford 5-1 732 16
15. Iowa 4-1 648 15
16. Florida St. 5-1 547 23
17. Arizona 4-1 472 9
18. Wisconsin 5-1 410 20
19. Nevada 6-0 376 21
20. Oklahoma St. 5-0 348 22
21. Missouri 5-0 298 24
22. Florida 4-2 209 14
23. Air Force 5-1 187 25
24. Oregon St. 3-2 186 -
25. West Virginia 4-1 141 -
Others receiving votes: Michigan 137,
Miami 63, N.C. State 31, Virginia Tech
17, Northwestern 5, Texas 5, Kansas St.
1.
FCS Coaches Poll
SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) - The top
25 teams in the Coaches FootbaTl
Championship Subdivision poll, with
first-place votes in parentheses, records
through Oct. 10 and previous ranking:
Record Pts Pvs
1. Appalachian State (25)5-0671 1
2. Delaware 6-0 643 2


3. Jacksonville State (1) 60 617 3
4. Stephen F. Austin (1) 4-1 592 4
5. William & Mary 5-1 564 5
6. James Madison 4-1 533 6
7. Villanova 3-2 503 7
8. Massachusetts 4-1 494 8
9. South Carolina State 4-1 450 9
10. Montana State 5-1 437 10
11. Montana 4-2 377 12
12. Eastern Washington 4-2373 14
13. Cal Poly 4-2 349 16
14. North Dakota State 4-2 280 17
15. New Hampshire 3-3 219
15. Southern Illinois 3-3 219 21
17. Wofford 4-1 218 25
18. Georgia Southern 3-2195 12
19. Richmond 2-3 165 11
20. SE Missouri State 5-1 154 -
21. Liberty 4-2 120 -
22. Texas State 3-2101 15


23. Western Illinois 4-2 77 20
24. Northern Iowa 2-3 72 18
25. Penn 3-1 53 -
Others receiving votes: Elon 51,
Northern Arizona 46, Bethune-Cookman
32, Grambling State 29, Harvard 28,
Furman 24, Jacksonville 21, Central
Arkansas 16, Robert Morris 14, Dayton
7, Southeastern Louisiana 7, McNeese
State 6, Sacramento State 6,
Chattanooga 2, Colgate 2, Hampton 2,
Weber State 2, Youngstown State 2,
Jackson State 1, South Dakota State 1.
SATURDAY'S GAME SUMMARIES
Lsu 33, Florida 29
LSU 3 17 0 13-33
Florida 0 14 0 15-29
First Quarter
LSU - FG Jasper 45, 10:54.
Second Quarter
Fla - Reed 1 run (Henry kick), 14:54.
LSU - Jefferson 1 run (Jasper kick),
8:40.
Fla - Burton 1 run (Henry kick),
5:04.
LSU -Toliver 38 pass from J.Lee
(Jasper kick), 1:22.
LSU - FG Jasper 39, :00.
Fourth Quarter
LSU - Jefferson 3 run (run failed),
14:17.
Fla - Debose 88 kickoff return
(Henry kick), 14:06.
Fla - Gillisee 5 run (Hammond pass
from Brantley), 3:21.
LSU -UToliver 3 pass from J.Lee
(Jasper kick), :06.
A- 90,721.


LSU
First downs . 20
Rushes-yards 47-161
Passing 224
Comp-Att-Int 16-24-1
Return Yards 15
Punts-Avg. 4-41.8
Fumbles-Lost 1-1
Penalties-Yards 6-61
Time of Possession34:08


Fla
12
32-89
154
16-24-1
57
4-52.5
2-1
11-69
25:52


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING - LSU, Ridley 28-83,
Jefferson 11-42, Ford 2-24, Murphy 2-9,
Jasper 1-5, Blue 1-4, Shepard 2-(-6).
Florida, Burton 9-35,
Moody 8-34, Gillislee 6-20, Hines 1-
10, Debose 1-9, Reed 2-0,
Brantley 5-(-19).
PASSING - LSU, Jefferson 7-12-1-
100, J.Lee 9-11-0-124, Team 0-1-0-0.
Florida, Brantley 16-24-1-154.
RECEIVING - LSU, Toliver 6-111,
Ware 3-14, Shepard 3-11,
D.Peterson 2-38, Randle 1-29, Clement
1-21. Florida, Moore 4-95, Gillislee 3-
17, Moody 3-9, Burton 3-1, Thompson 2-
20, Reed 1-12.

Florida St. 45, Miami 17
Florida St. 7 17 7 14-45
Miami 0 710 0-17
First Quarter
FSU -Thomas 17 pass from Ponder
(Hopkins kick), 5:07.
Second Quarter
FSU -Thomas 1 run (Hopkins kick),
13:49.
FSU -Thomas 6.run (Hopkins kick),
9:25.
Mia - J.Harris 3 run (Bosher kick),
5:53.
FSU - FG Hopkins 38, 1:48.
Third Quarter
FSU - Pryor 16 run (Hopkins kick),
12:33.
Mia - Berry 26 run (Bosher kick),
10:39.
Mia - FG Bosher 36, 4:57.
Fourth Quarter
FSU - R.Smith 18 pass from Ponder
(Hopkins kick), 7:39.
FSU -Thompson 90 run (Hopkins
kick), 4:24.
A - 75,115.


FSU
First downs' 19
Rushes-yards 41-298
Passing 173
Comp-Att-.Int .12-21-1
Return Yards 21
Punts-Avg. 4-41.3
Fumbles-Lost 0-0
Penalties-Yards 8-79
Time of Possession32:04


Mia
27
36-189
235
20-49-1
1
6-44.2
1-1
8-56
27:56


INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING - Florida St., Thompson
14-158, Thomas 16-78, Pryor 3-45,
Ponder 4-15, Dunham 1-5, Reed 2-5,
Easterling 1-(-8). Miami,
Berry 20-101, J.Harris 6-31, Cooper 2-
22, Benjamin 1-19, Clements 2-9,
James 4-4, S.Johnson 1-3.
PASSING - Florida St., Ponder 12-
21-1-173. Miami,
J.Harris 19-47-1-225, Whipple 1-2-0-
10.
RECEIVING - Florida St., Easterling
4-53, Thomas 2-34, Reliford 2-27,
Haulstead 1-20, Reed 1-18, R.Smith 1-
18, Pryor 1-3. Miami,
Hankerson 5-72, Benjamin 4-59, Byrd 3-
34, A.Johnson 3-23, Ford 2-32, Cooper
1-11, Berry 1-4, James 1-0.

NFL

National Football League
All Times EDT
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
East
W L T Pct PF PA
N.Y. Jets 3 1 0.750 106 61,
New England 3 1 0.750 131 96
Miami 2 2 0.500 66 92
Buffalo 0 5 0 .000 87 161


Houston
Jacksonville
Tennessee
Indianapolis


Baltimore
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
Cleveland


Kansas City
Oakland
Denvei
San Diego


South
I L T Pet
3 2 0.600
3 2 0.600
3 2 0.600
3 2 0.600
North
I L T Pet
S1 0 .800
I 1 0 .750
i 3 0.400
4 0.200
West
I L T Pet
3 1 0 .750
2 3 0.400
2 3 0.400
2 3 0.400


PF PA
118 136
107 137
132 95
136 101

PF PA
92 72
86 50
100 102
78 97

PF PA
77 57
111 134
104 116
140 106


NATIONAL CONFERENCE
East


Washington
N.Y. Giants
Philadelphia
Dallas


Atlanta
Tampa Bay
New Orleans
Carolina


Chicago
Green Bay
Minnesota
Detroit


Arizona
Seattle
St. Louis
San Francisco


South
W L T
4 1 0
3 1 0
3 2 0
0 5 0
410



North
W L T
4 1 0
3 2 0
1 2 0
140


T Pct
0 .600
0 .600
0 .600
0 .250


Pct
.800
.750
.600
.000


West
W L T Pt
3 2 0.600
2 2 0.500
2 3 0.400
0 5 0.000


PF PA
89 92
106 98
122 103
81 87

PF PA
113 70
74 80
99 102
52 110


PF PA
88 138
75 77
83 96
76 130


Sunday's Games
Detroit 44, St. Louis 6
Baltimore 31, Denver 17
N.Y. Giants 34, Houston 10
Washington 16, Green Bay 13, OT
Chicago 23, Carolina 6
Atlanta 20, Cleveland 10
Jacksonville 36, Buffalo 26
Tampa Bay 24, Cincinnati 21
Indianapolis 19, Kansas City 9
Arizona 30, New Orleans 20


Tennessee 34, Dallas 27
Oakland 35, San Diego 27
Philadelphia 27, San Francisco 24
Open: Miami, New England,
Pittsburgh, Seattle
Monday's Game
Minnesota at N.Y. Jets, late
Sunday, Oct.17
Seattle at Chicago, 1 p.m.
Miami at Green Bay, 1 p.m.
Kansas City at Houston, 1 p.m.
Cleveland at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.
San Diego at St. Louis, 1 p.m.
Detroit at N.Y. Giants, 1 p.m.
Baltimore at New England, 1 p.m.
Atlanta at Philadelphia, 1 p.m.
New Orleans at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m.
N.Y. Jets at Denver, 4:05 p.m.
Oakland at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m.
Dallas at Minnesota, 4:15 p.m.
Indianapolis at Washington, 8:20 p.m.
Open: Buffalo, Cincinnati, Arizona,
Carolina
Monday, Oct. 18
Tennessee at Jacksonville, 8:30 p.m.

NHL

National Hockey League
All Times EDT
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
GP W LOTP GF GA
N.Y. Islanders 2 1 01 3 10 9
Philadelphia 2 1 0 1 3 4 4
N.Y. Rangers 2 1 1 0 2 10 9
Pittsburgh 3 1 20 2 7 7
New Jersey 3 0 2 1 1 6 14
Northeast Division
GP W LOT P GF GA
Toronto 2 2 00 4 8 3
Boston 2 1 1 0 2 5 5
Buffalo 2 11 0 2 5 7
Montreal 2 1 1 0 2 5 5
Ottawa 2 0 2 0 0 2 7
Southeast Division
GP W LOT P GF GA
Carolina 2 2 00 4 6 4
Tampa Bay 1 1 00 2 5 3
Atlanta 2 1 1 0 2 7 7
Washington 2 1 1 0 2 9 6
Florida 1 0 1 0 0 2 3

Western Conference
Central Division
GP W LOT P GF GA
Detroit 2 2 00 4 7 2
St. Louis 2 2 00 4 7 2
Nashville 1 1 00'2 4 1
Columbus 2 1 1 02 5 5
Chicago 2 0 11 1 5 7
Northwest Division
GP W LOT P GF GA
Edmonton 2 2 00 4 7 2
Colorado 1 1 00 2 4 3
Calgary 2 1 1 0 2 3 5
Vancouver 1 0 0 1 1 1 2
Minnesota 2 0 1 1 1 4 6
Pacific Division
GP W LOT P GF GA
Dallas 2 2 00 4 9 7
San Jose 2 1 0 1 3 5 5
Los Angeles 2 1 1 0 2 3 4
Phoenix 2 1 1 0 2 5 5
Anaheim - 3 0 3 0 0 2 13
NOTE: Two points for a win, one point
for overtime loss.
Sunday's Games
Boston 3, Phoenix 0
Calgary 3, Los Angeles 1
Edmonton 3, Florida 2
Monday's Games
N.Y. Islanders 6, N.Y. Rangers 4
St. Louis 5, Anaheim 1
Pittsburgh 3, New Jersey 1
Chicago at Buffalo, late
Colorado at Philadelphia, late
Ottawa atWashington, late
Florida at Vancouver, late
Tuesday's Games
Colorado at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.
Atlanta at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
New Jersey at Buffalo, 7 p.m.
N.Y. Islanders at Washington, 7 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Montreal, 7:30 p.m.
Toronto at Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m.
Nashville at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
Vancouver at Anaheim, 10 p.m.


MLB

2010 Postseason Baseball
All Times EDT
Division Series
American League
Tampa Bay Vs. Texas
Wednesday, Oct. 6
Texas 5, Tampa Bay 1
Thursday, Oct. 7
Texas 6, Tampa Bay 0
Saturday, Oct. 9
Tampa Bay 6, Texas 3
Sunday, Oct. 10
Tampa Bay 5, Texas 2, series tied 2-2
Tuesday, Oct. 12
Texas (CI.Lee 12-9) atTampa Bay
(Price 19-6), 8:07 p.m.
Minnesota Vs. New York
Wednesday, Oct. 6
New York 6, Minnesota 4
Thursday, Oct. 7
New York 5, Minnesota 2
Saturday, Oct. 9
New York 6, Minnesota 1, New York
wins series 3-0
National League
Philadelphia Vs. Cincinnati
Wednesday, Oct. 6
Philadelphia 4, Cincinnati 0
Friday, Oct. 8
Philadelphia 7, Cincinnati 4
Sunday, Oct. 10
Philadelphia 2, Cincinnati 0,
Philadelphia wins series 3-0
San Francisco Vs. Atlanta
Thursday, Oct. 7
San Francisco 1, Atlanta 0
Friday, Oct. 8
Atlanta 5, San Francisco 4,11 innings
Sunday, Oct. 10
San Francisco 3, Atlanta 2, San
Francisco leads series 2-1
Monday, Oct.11
San Francisco (Bumgamer 7-6) at
Atlanta (D.Lowe 16-12), late
Wednesday, Oct. 13
Atlanta (undecided) at San Francisco
(Lincecum 16-10), 8:07 p.m., if necessary
Monday's Sports Transactions:


TRANSACTIONS
BASEBALL
National League
CHICAGO CUBS - Announced


pitching coach Larry Rothschild has exer-
cised his contract option for next season.
BASKETBALL
National Basketball Association
NBA - Fined Portland G Rudy
Fernandez S50,000 for public statements
detrimental to the NBA.
GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS -
Waived F Vernon Goodridge.
MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES - Waived F
Luke JacksonTre Kelley and G Kenny
Thomas.
PHOENIX SUNS - Waived G Chucky
Atkins.
PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS -
Signed C Steven Hill.
SAN ANTONIO SPURS - Waived G
Kirk Penney.


BUCS
Continued From Page 1B

"I wanted to be
aggressive," Lewis said.
"I wanted to win the
football game there at
the end. I will take
responsibility for that."
Carson Palmer threw
a pass to Terrell Owens.
but Aqib Talib wrestled
it away for his third
interception in the last
three games. The
Buccaneers had their
chance.
Freeman threw a 15-
yard pass to Mike
Williams, then perfectly
lofted a 20-yarder to
Williams in the end
zone. He out-jumped
Johnathan Joseph for
the tying score with 1:26
to go.
Plenty of time for an
amazing comeback.
The Bengals tried to
get into position for a
field goal, but Palmer's
pass to Chad Ochocinco


RAYS
Continued From Page 1B

The 2008 AL Cy
Young Award winner
was 4-0 with a 1.56 ERA
in the postseason for
Philadelphia last
October, including a
pair of wins over the
Yankees in the World
Series.
Still, the Rays are
confident. After all, they
did beat him three
times this season.
"Obviously, he's had
good postseason suc-
cess. But at the same
time, we're in a good
spot," third baseman
Evan Longoria said.
"We've been able to
bring the series back
home, and we have our
horse on the mound,
too."
Lee said he doesn't
feel extra. pressure
because of the Rangers'
history of postseason
futility.
"I have heard about
that, but that really
doesn't matter to me
that much, to be honest


went off the receiver's
fingertips and landed in
the arms of safety Sabby
Piscitelli, who returned
it to the Bengals 34-
yard line with 14 sec-
onds left.
Everyone knew what
the Bucs would do -
try to throw a sideline
pass. The Bengals let
Micheal Spurlock find
an opening along the
sideline at the 13-yard
line.
His falling-down
catch was upheld on
review, and Barth came
on to kick the field goal
that started a hip-
bumping in celebration.
"Just exuberance,"
second-year coach
Raheem Morris said.
"It's a young football
team. There's nothing
better than that."
Or, from Cincinnati's
perspective, nothing
worse.
The Bengals expected
to contend for a second
straight division title,
but their season already


with you. This is a dif-
ferent team,," he said.
"It's a whole different
set of circumstances.
"What has happened
in the past, they could
have had 60 World
Series rings and that's
not going to change the
way I am approaching
this season and, this
postseason. ... We want
to get a ring, period.
Regardless of whether
they've done it every
season up until now or
never done it before."
Lee allowed one .run
and five hits, walked
none and matched his
postseason best of 10
strikeouts in Game 1.
He doesn't plan to
change much for Game
5.
"I am really a guy that
goes out there and
makes pitches and sees
how the hitter swings at
them and makes adjust-
ments on the fly," Lee
said. "Obviously, I will
have a game plan and
what I did last time, a
lot of that worked. So
they will have to prove
to me that they are mak-
ing adjustments before


is in jeopardy heading
into their bye week. The
Bengals repeatedly put
themselves in tough
spots with penalties,
repeatedly dropped
third-down passes that
would have extended
drives, and couldn't
overcome Palmer's
three interceptions.
Palmer also threw a
pass toward Terrell
Owens that rookie safe-
ty Cody Grimm - mak-
ing only his second start
- picked off and
returned 11 yards for a
touchdown in the first
half.
His two interceptions
in the closing minutes
decided it.
"We felt like we had
the game in control,
and those two plays
sealed our fate in this
one," Palmer said. "We
were a little bit off on
the last couple of plays,
and that summed up
the game for us."
And, maybe, the sea-
son.


I will make a big adjust-
ment. That's how I have
always pitched."
Price yielded homers
to Nelson Cruz and
Bengie Molina while
giving up five runs and
nine hits in the opener.
At 25, the young lefty
is in his first full season
in the majors. But he
demonstrated two years
that he's capable of
thriving on a big stage,
coming out of the
bullpen to get the final
four outs against
Boston in Game 7 of the
AL championship
series.
He's eager to redeem
himself and relishes the
challenge of doing it
against Lee.
"This is what you
grow up as little kids
seeing, growing up
watching all the games,
the postseason .games
and World Series
games, and you. see
matchups like this,"
Price said. "Now that I
get to be a part of one, I
need to kind of grasp it
and take control of it
and give us a chance to
win."


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