Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Two injured when motorcycle hits deer

Two Marianna residents were
injured, one critically, when the
motorcycle they were traveling
on hit a deer Monday evening.

According to the Florida
Highway Patrol, James K.
Rogers, 61, and Marilyn Rogers,
52, were heading north on State
Road 71 on a 2008 Harley
Davidson when a deer ran into

their path.
The bike was unable to avoid
the collision, and both James and
Marilyn were thrown from the
bike. Neither was wearing a hel-
met and both sustained head

injuries, according to the
Highway Patrol. The accident
occurred at 7:38 p.m. just north
of Malloy Plaza.
James was taken from the
scene in serious condition to

Tallahassee Memorial Hospital;
Marilyn was in critical condition
and was airlifted to the same hos-
The deer was killed as a result
of the accident.

i Amendments

A sign has been added to the Harvey's Family Pavilion sign stating "loud music prohibited." The owner
of the building, which is also known as Harvey's Night Club, had the signs made to help resolve several
complaints about noise coming from the building.- Mark Skinner/Floridan

Noisy resolution

A woman brought a complaint
before the Jackson County
Commission on Tuesday morning,
and immediately after said the
issue has been resolved without
needing the commission's help.
Jackson County , resident
Deborah Espey addressed the
commission Tuesday, saying she
was not happy with the amount of
noise coming from a nightclub
located about a quarter of a mile
from her property.

Espey lives on Wynn Street just
south of the Marianna city limits.
Early this year, Granville
Harvey opened a building at 4828
Forehand Road to be used for fam-
ily reunions and as a nightclub
called Harvey's NighttUlub. It also
goes by the name Club Secrets,
according to Harvey.
The nightclub is open Fridays
and Saturdays from about 10 p.m.
to 3 a.m.
Espey told the commission she
is tired of loud noise coming from
the building late at night. She
made a call early Sunday to law

enforcement,' around 1 a.m., to
make a noise complaint.
Espey told the commission the
noise is not helping her back prob-
lems, arthritis and blood pressure.
"Something has got to be done
about this," Espey said. "It took no
time for them to get their permit to
have their building. It sure is tak-
ing forever to get an ordinance to
close them down."
Harvey was also at the county
commission meeting. He has had
numerous complaints about the
noise and has done things to try to
resolve the issue, Harvey said.
"I don't want to be a nuisance to
the community," Harvey said. "I
don't want to be a problem to Mrs.
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Harvey's Family Pavilion, also known as Harvey's Night Club, has been open since early this year. A
Jackson County resident addressed the county commission Tuesday saying excessive noise from the build-
ing is a nuisance and needs to be stopped.

seek to



Three amendments related
to redistricting were originally
proposed for the Florida bal-
lot. One of them, Amendment
7, was rejected by the courts
and will not appear on the
November ballot. Amend-
ments 5 and 6 remain.
The U.S. Constitution man-
dates that congressional and'
legislative district boundaries
be redrawn every 10 years.
For many years, there have
been allegations that legisla-
tors, who in Florida are
charged with this task, draw
those lines in ways that will
benefit incumbents or a partic-
ular party. Claims that the law-
makers engage in gerryman-
dering, or contorting districts
to "choose voters," has
plagued the redistricting
process for years.
Amendment 7 was put for-
ward by legislators in Maylof
this year after the redistricting-
related amendments 5 and 6
were approved for the ballot.
Those latter two amendments
were put together by,: a citi-
zens' organization ' which
describes itself as non-partisan.
The state supreme court
ruled that, if Amendment 7
passed, it would in effect make
the two other amendments
useless. Amendment 7 would

have allowed several factors to
be considered in redrawing
district boundaries - so many
that those exceptions would
have rendered amendments 5
and 6 meaningless.
Amendment 5 prohibits
Florida lawmakers from draw-
ing legislative district bound-
aries with the intent of either
favoring or disfavoring any
incumbent or political party.
Amendment 6 prohibits
them from drawing congres-
sional boundaries with the
intent of either favoring or dis-
favoring any incumbent or
political party.
Both amendments call for
"compact and contiguous" dis-
tricts, and require lawmakers to
draw the lines as closely as pos-
sible to existing geographical
and governmental boundaries,
such as city and county limits.
Both amendments also pro-
hibit boundaries from being
drawn to deny minorities
equal opportunities to elect
representatives of their choice.
Some opponents of the
amendments say the measures
could put minority votes in
jeopardy by dilution, regard-
less of that prohibition.
Some opponents also say the
amendments, if passed, would
likely lead to a series of costly
court battles, and that compli-
ance with the amendments
would be difficult to monitor.
See DISTRICT, Page 7A 1.

Clint Gentry, right, works with Michael Smith, accessories
manager at Dothan Powersports, to pick out a new helmet
Tuesday morning at the store. - Max Oden/Dothan Eagle

Crashes outline

need for helmets

Troopers have responded to three
accidents during last three days

Clint Gentry saved up for
several years, and for his 19th
birthday he bought a Honda
CBR600 motorcycle.
Gentry turned 19 Monday,
and his long-awaited birthday
wish has nearly come true with
the purchase of a motorcycle
helmet and jacket on Tuesday
at Dothan Powersports.
Gentry's mother, Dothan
police officer Christine
Maddox, said he bought the
used motorcycle last week, but
he had not ridden it before they
purchased a helmet and it was

legally tagged.
Maddox said her son's
motorcycle came with a hel-
met, ,but she wanted him to
have a new, unused helmet for
the motorcycle.
"If he's going to'own it, he's
going to do it safely," Maddox
said. "He bought the motorcy-
cle, and for his birthday we're
buying him the helmet and
Maddox called motorcycle
safety, including wearing a
helmet, important. Her brother
died in a motorcycle accident
involving a head injury.

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Publisher -Y.aleria Roberts
Managing Editor- Michael Becker
Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski

Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: .(850) 482-4478
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
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knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
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Getting It

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

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, 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
* St. Anne Thrift Shop,.4287 Second Ave. in
Marianna, is having an October Special Sale:, 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.
* Networking Healthcare Professionals meet
at 11 a.m. in Marianna's Gazebo Coffee
Shoppe & Deli for a Dutch-treat meal and a
presentation from HealthSouth. Call 850-674-
* The Jackson County School Board meets
at 3 p.m. for a board training session for the
HeadStart program. The regular board meet-
ing 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 Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce presents Business After Hours, 5-
7:30 p.m. at Gilmore Services, 3553 Industrial
Park Drive, Marianna. The public is invited for
food, drinks and networking. Gilmore Services
will offer free shredding (up to 50 Ibs.) for
attendees. Call 888-439-7458 or 482-8060.
* The Town of Grand Ridge will have a pub-
lic hearing at 6 p.m. to review and discuss
proposed Ordinance No. 2010-04 Sewer
Collection System Rates. The regular monthly
council meeting follows the close of the hear-
Sing. 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
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a.ribbon cutting cere-
mony for the newly remodeled Walmart
Supercenter, 255 Highway 71 South,
Marianna, at 8:30 a.m. Everyone is invited for
refreshments and specials in the store. Call
526-5744 or 482-8060.
* 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
* 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
* Sam Atkins Park Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement in Blountstown hosts Pioneer Day
and Goat Day, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., with food,
entertainment, arts and crafts, demonstra-
tions, animals, kids' activities and more. Call
* 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
* 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, chil-
dren's games, authentic German food and
more. Dinners available for a $7 donation and
there will be a kids' menu. Free admission. Call

* Alumni of Old Central School will gather
for a reunion at 10:30 a.m. on the school
grounds, with lunch to be served between
.11:30 a.m. and noon (fish, hush puppies and
drinks provided). In the event of rain, meet at
the Oak Grove Church Pavilion. Call 592-6145
or 272-0143.
* AmVets Post 231 north of Fountain (east
side of US Highway 231, just south of CR167)
hosts a series of turkey shoot fundraisers, 1
p.m. Saturday until Dec. 18. Cost: $2 a shot.
Call 722-0291.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
Monday, Oct. 18
* Candidate for Florida Governor Alex Sink
and running mate Rod Smith will host a free
barbecue at 6 p.m. in the Chipola College Arts
Center .
* The Alford Community Organization meets
the third Monday of each month at 6 p.m. in
the Alford Community Center. New members
from The Town of Alford and surrounding
communities are invited to join..Call 579-
4482, 638-4900 or 579-5173.
'* Concerned American Patriots of Jackson
County convenes its monthly meeting at 6
p.m. in the Ag Center on Highway 90 West,
next to the National Guard Armory. Guests will
be KrisAnne Hall, constitutional attorney; Dr.
Martha Roberts, former deputy commissioner
of agriculture; and Steve Southerland, candi-
date for U.S. House of Representatives District
2. Public welcome.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
Tuesday, Oct. 19
* 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.
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in Jim's
Buffet and Grill, Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes, 1 the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* Jackson County Quilters Guild Marianna
Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m. in the First
United Methodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton
Street, behind the Marianna Post Office. Call


The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Oct. 11,
the latest available report:
One missing juvenile, one
stolen vehicle, one suspi-
cious vehicle, two highway
one physical - '- '
disturbance, j -''.
seven traffic 'i
stops, two CRME
criminal mis-
chief com-
plaints, one trespassing
complaint, one follow up
investigation, one assault,
one suicide or attempt, one
noise disturbance, one retail

theft/shoplifting, one assist
of another agency and five
public service calls.
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and county
Fire/Rescue reported the fol-
lowing incidents for Oct. 11,
the latest available report
(Some of these calls may be
related to after-hours calls
taken on behalf of Graceville
and Cottondale Police
Departments): One drunk
driver, one accident with
injury, one abandoned vehi-
cle. one suspicious vehicle,
one suspicious person, two

information reports, three
highway obstructions, one
mental illness, two burgla-
ries, four verbal distur-
bances, two prowlers, one
woodland fire, 17 medical
calls, one traffic crash, two
burglar alarms, one robbery
alarm, two fire alarms, two
traffic-stops, three larcenies,
one criminal mischief com-
plaint, two papers served.
two civil disputes, two tres-
passing complaints, one
juvenile complaint, one
assault, one noise distur-
bance. one assist of a
motorist or pedestrian. one
assist of another agency.
eight public service calls,

two transports, and three
threat/harassment com-
The following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting period:
- Ashanti Brown, 21,
4198 Old Cottondale Road,
Marianna, retail theft.
- Jessica Guilford, 21,
2930 Harley Drive,
Marianna, retail theft.
- Cynthia Jones. 20,
2831 Booker St., Apt. A,
Marianna, battery domestic

- Michael Burns, 31,
5442 U.S. Highway 90,
Marianna, trespass after
- Timothy Quackenbush,
55, 12741 French Lane
Drive, Fountain, DUI.
- Joe Jones, 41, 3111
Gilmore St.. Marianna,
worthless checks.

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

4204 Lafayette St. * Marianna, FL.

(850) 482-3051

Panama City Low- 1:01 PM High - 12:57 AM
Apalachicola Low - 3:37 PM High - 6:33 PM
Port St. Joe Low - 1:06 PM High - 1;30 AM
Destin Low - 2:17 PM High - 2:03 AM
Pensacola Low - 2:51 PM High - 2:36 AM
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 39.54 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 1.70 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 4.87 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 1.13 ft. 12.0 ft.


Community Calendar LJO AL
The ..-.
Chapter of I
had its
Reception on
July 31, at
the Russ
House in
Marianna. -
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Local Florida A&M Alumni

Association in full swing

The Northwest Florida
Chapter of FAMU National
Alumni Association had its
alumni reception on July 31,
at the Russ House in
Within the fairly large
turnout of both FAMU
alumni and community
supporters were representa-'
tives of graduating classes

from the 1950s up to the
present day. Among those
in attendance were local
sports hero and current
FAMU running back
Phillip Sylvester, and for-
mer, mayor of Marianna
Howard Milton. Also in
attendance was Seabon
Dixon of Orlando, presi-
dent of the State Alumni
Association, who served as
the keynote speaker.

Dixon noted that under
President )r. James
Ammons, the alumni asso-
ciation, along with the uni-
versity, has seen great gains
and support from around
the nation. He also pledged
his support to help the new
association in its efforts of
garnering support for
Florida A&M University.
The .association is still
seeking members from both

FAMU alums and commu-
nity supporters alike. Those
interested in joining the
association are asked to call
club secretary Lawrence
Brown at ,766-3730. 'A
newly chartered chapter, the
Northwest Florida Chapter,
will serve Jackson,
Calhoun, Gadsden, Bay,
Washington and Holmes

Big weekend in Blountstown

The Panhandle Pioneer
SSettlement brings to life
the pioneer ways of old
with tours, demonstra-
tions of traditional crafts,
blacksmithing, goat pet-
Sting, hay rides, entertain-
ment and old fashion
activities this Saturday in'
Volunteers will be cook-
ing biscuits and making

The following are the
marriages and divorces for
the week of Oct. 4-8, as
reported by the Jackson
County Clerk of Court:
- Ashley Lordan- Platt
and Benjamin J. Werner.
- Rachael Lynn
Goodhue 'and Aaron
Michael Lane.
- Randal Richard


crackling bread, while
musicians pick their instru-
ments on porches. at the
Settlement's various cab-
This year a tea room has
been added, and. the con-
cession stand will be open
serving hamburgers, hot
dogs, drinks, chips and
pickles. : - ..'
The event will take place
Saturday.from 9 a.m. to 3

Marcum and Kimberly
Renee Parker.
- Donnie Lee Melvin
and Stephanie: Lorraine
- Claire Maria Thornton
and Adam Lamar Treadwell.
- Pamela Marie Branch
and Jeffrey Alan Tarter.
- Danyel W. Evans vs.
Jason A. Evans.
- Jonathan Granger vs.
Michelle Granger.

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Saturday . 10/9
Wednesday 10/6


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Wednesday 10/6 20-24-29-30-36-53 xtra 3
For lonery information, call (850) 4S7-7777 or (960) 737-7777

Pioneer Day is held in west out of Blountstown.
conjunction with the 'Look for signs for Sam.
Blountstown Rotary Club's Atkins Park. Turn north at
annual Goat Day event, Lindy's Fried Chicken
which features a large arts (Silas Green Street), and
and crafts show, entertain- follow the signs.
Sent from Swiftwater and The Panhandle Pioneer.
others, kids activities, ani- Settlement is a nonprofit
mals and more. organization dedicated tb
The Panhandle Pioneer the preservation. of rural
Settlement is locatedin Sam life in the Florida-
-Atkins Park, about one mile Panhandle.
west of the intersection of For further information,
Highway 71 and Highway on the settlement, call 850-
20. Follow Highway 20 674-2777.

Patsy Sapp,
Licensed Agent

Tim Sapp,

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Tim Cell (850) 209-3595
Office (850) 526-5260
Fax (850) 526-5264 ,
4257 Lafayette St.'
Marianna, FL 32446


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Contact Dorothy Padgett

Jackson County Floridan * Wednesday, October 13, 2010 - 3A

Jackson Alternative

students honored

At Jackson Alternative
School, to become the stu-
dent of the month in each
classroom, a student must
show improvement either
behaviorally or academi-
cally. The complete crite-
ria are evaluated on a
room-to-room basis. The
following students have
met the criteria for

School CACL and ACE -
Southern Summers,
Damien Goodman, Ashley
Bailey, Re Shaun Patton
and Adreyana Calhoun.
High School CACL,
ACE and CPR - Erica
Jackson, Amber Henley,
Dayeisha Curry, DeShawn
Griffin, Shaquille
McDole, Xavier Lampley,
Taylor Blount and
DeVante Oliver.

Jackson Alternative Students of the Month for'
September are, from left, front row, Damien
Goodman, Ashley Bailey, Adreyana Calhoun,
Southern Summers and Xavier Lampley; middle row,
Re Shaun Patton, Erica Jackson, Taylor Blount and
Amber Henley; and back row, Dayeisha Curry,
DeShawn Griffin and Shaquille McDole. Not shown:
DeVante Oliver. - Contributed photo


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Sunset:, 10/13/2002

Eight years ago you went home;to live with the
Lord. You will never be forgotten. We still hear
yourvoice every day. A hollowed place within
our hearts is where you will always stay.
Lovingly Remembered,
.Your Children
Homer Jr, Nettie, Gussie,-Helen, Frances,
Alma, Lbssie, Mary & Delores

Recording Artist


Walter Wilson
2 p.m. until 4 p.m. "Gospel
Bring Your Lawn Chairs Recordina Artist'
Also Featuring:
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campaign for

Fla. redistricting.

York Mayor Michael
Bloomberg will campaign
in Florida this week in sup-
port of two state redistrict-
ing amendments.
Bloomberg is scheduled
to appear Friday in Miami
with former Mayor Manny
Diaz. He'll urge support of

two proposed amendments
on the ballot next month.
Amendment 5 deals with
legislative districts and
Amendment 6 addresses
U.S. congressional districts.
Both require a 60 percent
majority to pass.
The billionaire Repub-
has long supported redis-
tricting in New York.

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U.S. ends deepwater drilling ban

U.S. is back in the deep
water oil-drilling business.
The question now is when
work will resume.
The Obama administra-
tion, under heavy pressure
from the oil industry and
Gulf states and with elec-
tions nearing, lifted the
moratorium that it imposed
last April in the wake of the

disastrous BP oil spill.
The ban had been sched-
uled to expire Nov. 30, but
Interior Secretary Ken
Salazar said Tuesday he
was moving up the date
because new rules imposed
after the spill had reduced
the risk of another cata-
strophic blowout. Industry
leaders warily waited for
details of those rules, say-
ing the moratorium would-
n't be truly lifted until then.
"The policy position that

we are articulating today is
that we are open for busi-
ness," Salazar declared.
The reality is more com-
plicated. While the tempo-
rary ban on exploratory oil
and gas drilling is lifted
immediately, drilling is
unlikely to resume for sev-
eral weeks at least as oil
and gas companies struggle
to meet a host of new safe-
ty regulations. For exam-
ple, the CEO of a company
responsible for a well

would have to certify it had
complied with all regula-
tions. That could make the
person at the top liable for
any future accidents.
"Operators who play by
the rules and clear the
higher bar can be allowed
to resume," Salazar said.
The April 20 BP spill
was triggered by an explo-
sion that killed 11 people
and gushed an estimated
200 million gallons of oil
into the gulf.


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It is a familiar lament by taxpayers -
Swhat am I getting for my tax dollars?
In at least one instance, the answer may
be lower insurance premiums.
We reported last week that Grand Ridge
is working to upgrade its firefighting
equipment and provide more training to
firefighters. Part of the reason is to
improve the city's ISO rating.
ISO stands for Insurance Services
Office, an organization that serves the
insurance industry by inspecting and rat-
ing fire protection services. The ratings
run from 1, for the best, to a 10 for the
Every municipality in the country is
given an ISO rating, based on the quality
of its water mains, the quality of its fire-
fighting equipment, the qualifications of
its firefighters - even whether it uses pro-
fessional or volunteer firefighters.
Insurance companies then use these rat-
ings when determining how high or low a
homeowner's insurance premiums need to
be. The premise is that a top-quality fire
department will respond faster, and be
more likely to put out a fire before the
home becomes a total loss, thus minimiz-
ing the risk and the payout by the insur-
ance company.
Some may' argue this only favors home-
owners, and not those who rent. Not
entirely true. The owners of rental proper-
ties have to insure their properties; lower
premiums can translate into lower rents.
And renters who take out property insur-
ance on their belongings also benefit from
lower premiums as well.
At a time when just about every govern-
ment expenditure is under extreme scruti-
ny, this strikes us as a fair and wise use of
taxpayers' money. We hope all the munici-
palities in Jackson County are considering'
ways to improve their ISO ratings as well.



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Political civility? No time soon


Is there any way to restore
civility and a spirit to compro-
mise in Washington, D.C.? Alas,
not soon, was the consensus of an
all-star cast addressing the topic
ITesday night at the Washington
National Cathedral.
Senate Chaplain Barry Black,
top White House adviser David
Axelrod, former White House
Chief of Staff Josh Bolten, Sen.
Susan Collins, R-Maine, CBS
anchor Bob Schieffer and presi-
dential historian Michael
Beschloss agreed that the tone of
politics is "coarse," "strident"
and "polarized."
Under the gothic cathedral's
vaulted apse, there was a lot of
analysis of the problem; agree-
ment and lamentation that the cli-
mate is getting worse, but pre-
cious little in the way of solutions
except to hope that the public
eventually demands that it
Collins, one of the Senate's
most moderate and consensus-
prone Republicans, summed up
the situation by saying, "Politics
as the art of compromise is woe-
fully out of fashion.
"Sitting with those with oppos-
ing views, negotiating in good
faith and attempting, to reach
solutions is often vilified by hard-.
liners on both sides of the aisle.
"Reaching solutions is not the
goal for many today. Rather, it's
to draw sharp distinctions and
score partisan political points,
even if that means that problems
confronting our country go
unsolved. .
"Perhaps," she said, "that's
why the public is so dissatisfied

and angry with'incumbents of all that he
political persuasions, especially lock."
those in charge." Collir
Actually, the latest Washington cized
Post/ABC poll shows voters Preside]
approve of Democrats in famous
Congress slightly more than "Thou s
Republicans, 36 percent to 30 fellow R
percent. Sitting
But they still favor the GOP to camp
over Democrats in the elections, even acr
49 percent to 43 percent. And Nowada
they are unhappy with the way And lat
the federal government works by member
71 percent to 29 percent, with 46 incumtx
percent saying they are merely caucus
"dissatisfied," while 25 percent mary op
are "angry." In cor
Schieffer, moderating the Republi
Axelrod-Bolten panel, said he dysfunc
had. been covering Washington Democr
for 41 years and "a meanness has "Dur
settled in our politics lately that's minority
worse than I've experienced." ingly sh
The two White House officials Even in
observed that Presidents Barack pride its
Obama and George W. Bush of free
entered .office promising to dural tac
bridge partisan differences, but prevent
they did not succeed. ments.
Bolten blamed the contested "That
2000 election. Axelrod blamed Republi
Republicans, contending they buster b
decided to oppose Obama's poli- to stop a
cies regardless of his efforts to offer am
negotiate with them or even She o
adopt some of their proposals, improve
such as tax cuts. ment, in
He said there are two schools nO choii
of thought about politics in the negotiate
next Congress. One is that "It w-
progress can be made because Presider
governing responsibility will be hard left
shared. say he
But, he noted, Sen. Jim acceptal
DeMint, R-S.C., leader of con- House c
servatives in the Senate, has both."
served notice (in Business Week) Mayb

favors "complete grid-

is also implicitly criti-
DeMint for violating
nt Ronald Reagan's
"llth Commandment,"
halt not speak ill of any
g senators once refused
aign against one another,
Toss party lines, she said.
ays, they do so routinely.
rely, she noted, "Some
rs campaign against
ent senators in their own
by :endorsing their pri-
itrast to Axelrod blaming
cans for congressional
tion, Collins blamed
atic leaders.
ng the past two years, the
y party has been increas-
ut out of the discussion.
the Senate, which used to
self on being the bastion
and open debate, proce-
ctics are routinely used to
Republican amend-

t, in turn, causes
cans to overuse the fili-
ecause our only option is
a bill to which we cannot
pined that civility might
With divided govern-
which "the president has
ce but to reach out and
would be a lot easier for
it Obama to resist the
t of his party if he could
has to pursue legislation
ble to a Republican
or Senate. Or better yet,

e. But, as virtually all the

participants noted, ideological
cable news networks and blog-
gers are in business to heighten
contradictions, not bridge them,
and increasingly voters get their
information-strictly from an out-
let that ratifies their pre-existing
Beschloss suggested limiting
the influence of money in politics
might help because it's raised by
demonizing the opposition. But
he acknowledged that the
Supreme Court's Citizens United
decision renders that solution
I actually thought the partici-
pants underplayed the dire conse-
quences that could befall the-
country if the partisan divide isn't
closed soon.
"A return to civility and a spir-
it of compromise must be driven
by the voters and is not
inevitable," Collins said.
"I believe in the maxim that
what gets rewarded gets done,
and for those of us in Congress,
re-election is the ultimate reward.
"Voting out of office, or not
electing in the "first place, those
who put partisanship over
progress, stridency over states-
manship and conflict over com-
promise will produce a very dif-
ferent climate."
But that is not happening. The
Washington Post poll showed,
that a near-majority of voters (43
percent) consider themselves
political moderates, compared
with 34 percent conservative and
21 percent.liberal.
SYet liberals control, the
Democratic Party and conserva-
tives control the GOP. And, it
seems, the twain shall never
meet. '

And they call this our intelligence community?


Reading Patrick Poole's
splashy coverage of the FBI's
VIP treatment of Kifah
Mustapha - a known Hamas
operative and unindicted co-
conspirator in the landmark
Holy Land Foundation terror
financing trial - will make
your head spin with the dizzy-
ing question:
How could the same officials
charged with securing-the
nation against the very terror-
ism Mustapha's activities sup-
ported (as laid out in court doc-
uments filed by federal investi-
gators) have possibly invited
him into the top-secret
National Counterterrorism
Center (NCTC) and the FBI's
training center at Quantico dur-
ing a six-week "Citizen's
Academy" hosted by the FBI
as "outreach" to the Muslim
"The plugs had to be pulled
on our (watch) system" just to
get Mustapha in the NCTC
door, Poole, writing online at
Big Peace, quoted a
Department of Homeland
Security official as saying.
After all, "the NCTC has Kifah
Mustapha on the highest watch
list we have."
Unbelievable. So who pulled
those plugs? Wouldn't it be
great to get a bunch of national
security pooh-bahs into one
room to try to find out?

It would be - and so it was.
This week, a passel of senior
national security officials
assembled for a Washington
conference on domestic intelli-
gence sponsored by the
Bipartisan Policy Center. First
up was James Clapper, director
of National Intelligence. During
the question-and-answer ses-
sion, I asked him about FBI
"outreach" to Mustapha.
"I think the FBI will be here
later," Clapper boldly punted
(laughter in the room).
Meanwhile, he continued,
there is "great merit in out-
reach, to engage as much as
possible with the Muslim com-
munity." Subtext: It's no big.
When later asked about the
government policy of eliminat-
ing the terminology of Islamic
jihad from intelligence analysis
and collection, Clapper
affirmed it to "acknowledge
sensitivities" - a process
begun under George W. Bush
and recently extended by
Homeland Security adviser
John Brennan. "There's plenty
of terminology out there (to
convey) the meaning and the
message that we need to."
The director of national
intelligence's meaning and
message of choice: "home-
grown violent extremism."
Between panels. I spoke to
panelist Sean Joyce of the FBI.
What did the FBI executive
assistant director for national

security think about the
Mustapha incident?
"We don't comment on indi-
viduals," he told me.
OK. How about commenting
on a blanket policy regarding
FBI tours for unindicted co-
conspirators and terrorist group
"Again, we don't comment
on individuals."
It's not every day a former
director of Central Intelligence
Agency is standing by, so I
asked Michael Hayden for his
opinion of the speak-no-Islam
issue. "People I trust" - uh-oh
- "say to be careful not to use
the term 'jihadist' because it
does have a broader use across
the Islamic world," he said.
So what? That doesn't affect
its accuracy as a description of
the enemy!
However, he continued, not
using the word 'Islamic'
"obfuscates the issue (and)
neuters our understanding" of
Islamic terrorism - "however
perverted it might be." Hayden
added: "This is in no way a
comment on the Islamic faith."
But it is in some way a com-
ment on American intelligence.
Political correctness stymies it.
Of course, NCTC Director
Michael Leiter was quick to insist
"there was no PC-ness" on his
watch. "If someone is inspired by
Islamic ideology -" he began,
then stopped. "Let me rephrase
that: al-Qaida ideology ..."

Poor baby.
Later, I had an opportunity to
ask Leiter what he thought
about the .FBI bringing
Mustapha into NCTC.
"Ask the FBI," he suggested,
But isn't NCTC your shop? I
"Actually," he explained,
"the building Jsn't owned by
us. Three organizations have
offices there...."
When I pulled myself up off
the floor, he was still talking:
"It's more complicated -talk to
the FBI. They've got a lot more
information than I do."
The FBI better be good,
right? After all, on taking my
Mustapha question, FBI
Director Robert Mueller, the
conference's final speaker, said
he'd been briefed to expect it.
"I'm not sure I agree with the
predicate of your question," he
said, "and we're not going to
debate it here."
He continued, discussing the
Citizen's Academy program,
which he described as "expos-
ing the FBI to a variety of com-
"Exposing" is right.
He, too, said he wouldn't
discuss individuals, but added,.
meaningfully: "We do look
into the individuals that we
invite into the Citizen's
I think the man who pulled
the plugs had spoken.

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Jackson County Floridan * Wednesday, October 13, 2010 - 7A

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Gregory M.

Gregory M. Collins, 49, of
Marianna died Saturday,
Oct. 9, 2010, at the Univer-
sity of Alabama Medical
Center at Birmingham, Ala.
The graveside service will
be 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct.
13, at Riverside Cemetery,
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
Funeral Home
909 South Tennille Ave.
Donalsonville, GA 39845


We regret to announce
the passing of Mrs. Inez
Mooneyham Herring, 86,
of Grand Ridge, who
passed away Monday, Oct.
10, 2010, at her residence.
The funeral service will
be 10 a.m. CDT Thursday,
Oct. 14, at the Welcome As-
sembly of God Church in
Dellwood. Interment will
follow in the Welcome As-
sembly of God Church
Visitation will be 6 to 8
p.m. CDT Wednesday, Oct.
13, at the Welcome Assem-
bly of God Church.
Mrs. Herring was born in
Dellwood on May 13, 1924,
.to the late Willie and Susie
Justice Mooneyham. She
worked as a psych aide at
Florida State Hospital.
She is survived by one
son, Dallas N. Herring and
his wife Sherry of Green-
wood; two daughters, Pam
Hatcher and her husband
Mike of Wewahitchka, and
Phoebie Wilson of Grand
Ridge; and two brothers,
Milton Mooneyham and
his wife Louise of
Dellwood, and Lester
Mooneyham of Milton. She
is also survived by eight
grandchildren; eight great-
grandchildren; and one
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Willie
and Susie Justice
Mooneyham, and her hus-
band Dallas Herring
Active casket bearers will
be Dallas Edward Neel,
Matt N. Herring, Daniel
Lee Herring, George Jacob,
Wilson, Steven Hatcher
and "Miriam Mooneyham.
Honorary casket bearer will
be James Herring.
Evans-Skipper Funeral
Home is in charge of the
You may sign the guest
register and share your
thoughts with the family by
v i s i t i n g

Long live the queen

Sierra Cutchin
was crowned
Miss Marianna by
Miss National
Peanut Festival
Courtney Larkin in
a ceremony
Wednesday at the
Russ House in
Marianna. . * ,
Cutchin will reign
for the remainder
of this pageant L
year. She takes
over for Larkin,
who was crowned
Miss National
Peanut Oct. 2 .
Cutchin's mother
is Tracy Games,
and she is the
granddaughter of -
John and Barbara
Jackson. - Mark

Finding the right read

SBrandon Pippin, Denilson Elligson, D'angelo Bell, Mason Long and Ethan Morris look
for something cool to read during a book fair at Graceville High School Wednesday.
- Mark Skinner/Floridan

Sink's audit raps courthouse


- Some judges "bullied" a
state agency into building
an opulent courthouse that
cost taxpayers about 11
million more than it should
have, Chief Financial
Officer Alex Sink said
Sink said an audit by
her office of what critics
are calling Tallahassee's
"Taj Mahal" courthouse
shows rules, guidelines
and possibly judicial
ethics were violated but
the only thing illegal was
some art work.
The building for the 15-
judge 1st District Court of
Appeal includes such
amenities as 20 miles of
decorative African
mahogany borders, etched
glass and granite counter

and desk tops, Sink said.
"What stands out to me
is the appalling lack of
leadership by the responsi-
ble parties throughout the
entire process, the fact that
no one was standing up and
saying 'What about the tax-
payers?"' Sink said:
Sink, also the
Democratic candidate for
governor, ordered the audit
in response to a St.
Petersburg Times article in
August on the courthouse's
expensive features, includ-
ing a dome, rotunda and
columns, and lobbying by
judges to get the
Legislature to'fund it.
The courthouse is cost-
ing the state $425 per
square" foot compared to
$250 for a new Department
of Revenue building in the
same part bf town, Sink

Helmet Continued From Page 1A

Over the past three days,
state troopers have
responded to .three motor-
cycle accidents, two of
which happened on U.S.
Highway 231 South in
Alabama and Florida. A
third accident, which hap-
pened Monday evening in
Jackson County, left a
Marianna couple seriously
Florida Highway Patrol
Sgt. J.D. Johnson said at
least three of the four
motorcycle riders over the
past three days either were
not wearing a helmet or
were wearing it improperly.
Johnson said the crash
Monday left James K.
Rogers, 61, and his wife,
Marilyn H. Rogers, 52,
both seriously injured after
the motorcycle they were
traveling on struck a deer.
He said neither was wear-
ing a helmet at the time of
the crash. Marilyn Rogers,
who was a passenger on a
2008 Harley Davidson
motorcycle, was airlifted to
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital with head trauma.
He said she suffered critical
injuries, but they were not
life threatening.
"It protects the computer
up there, the brain,"
Johnson said of helmets.
"You really got to drive
defensively on a' motorcy-
cle to be able to do it safe-
Johnson said Willie
r Peach,.67, of Midland City,
Ala.. remained on life sup-

Alabama - All riders must
wear a helmet
Florida - Riders 20 and
younger must wear a helmet.
Riders 21 and older can ride
without a helmet if they can
prove they are covered by
medical insurance
Georgia - All riders must
wear a helmet
Source: Insurance Institute
for Highway Safety

port after he suffered a
severe head injury in a
motorcycle accident while
riding his 2000 Harley
Davidson on Sunday
evening on U.S. Highway
231 in Jackson County.
S"There's a greater likeli-
hood of surviving a crash
while wearing a helmet,"
Johnson said. "You take
Mr. Peach, if he had a hel-
met it didn't do him no
good because it likely was-
n't strapped to his head."
Johnson said Gordon
Ward, 50, of Dothan, Ala.,
who was traveling with
Peach, wore his helmet
properly. He was injured in
the crash. But Johnson said
he was not ejected from his
motorcycle like Peach.'
Johnson said motorcy-
clists are not required to
wear a helmet in the state
of Florida if they're 21 and
In Alabama, Trooper

Kevin Cook said he has
seen a growing trend of
motorcycle riders who fail
to wear a helmet as
required in the state.
Cook encouraged motor-
cyclists to wear
Department of
Transportation approved
helmets while riding their
"I've stopped people on
231 South, and I've written
them a ticket. for not wear-
ing a helmet. They still
think it's the same . as
Florida," Cook said.
"They're forgetting, or
they're not familiar when
they cross over into
Alabama about the helmet
Cook said some motor-
cyclists wear what he
referred to as novelty hel-
mets. But those helmets are
not DOT approved and are
illegal in Alabama.
Houston County Circuit
Clerk Carla Woodall said
the helmet violation could
cost the motorcyclist as
much as $200 in court.
Michael Smith, the
accessories manager at
Dothan Powersports, said a
DOT approved helmet can
cost anywhere from about
$90 to $700. He said they
do not sell novelty helmets.
"I would say 95 percent
of the people buy a helmet
when they purchase a
motorcycle." Smith said.
"There's no amount of
money that tops the safety
for your head."

It could have been built
for $39.7 million originally
appropriated with money
left over, but extra ameni-
ties and contracting mis-
'takes by the Department of
Management Services
pushed the price to $48.8
million, she said.
Sink wrote Gov. Charlie
Crist, who oversees the
the department, and
Supreme Court Justice
Charles Canady urging
them to order investiga-
tions by their inspectors
The appeal court issued a
statement saying it "did not
and could not legally assert
control of the project, but
was appropriately consult-
ed by the department
throughout, the process"
and that the judges trusted
the department "followed
all applicable laws and reg-


Noise Continued From Page 1A

Harvey has put signs
on each end of the street
stating "NOISE ORDI-
building is also made of
layers of thick insula-
tion, plywood, sheetrock
and metal, making it
soundproof, he said.
Harvey told the com-
mission that several law
enforcement officials
have come to the build-
ing after receiving noise
complaints, and the offi-
cers haven't found prob-
lems with the noise
"I've got nothing to
hide at that nightclub
right there, inside or out.
Doors are open for any
of you commissioners to
come in at anytime,"
Harvey said.
Officers responded to
a noise complaint on
Friday at about 10:20
p.m. The DJ didn't even
have his equipment set
up yet, Harvey said.
Harvey said the noise
is not coming from the
club, and is probably
from cars coming to and*
going from the night-
"Once they leave that
night club and get on
Forehand Road or Wynn
Road, I don't have the
control. I mean, I'm only
a club owner. I can't be
the police, " he said.
The discussion even-
tually lead to questions
from County
Administrator Ted Lakey
and Commissioner
Chuck Lockey about the
use of the building as a
Lockey said the origi-
nal development order
presented the building
for use as a family envi-
ronment for family
reunions and family get-
togethers, but then it
turned into a nightclub.
"How did that, hap-
pen?" Lockey said.
Harvey said activities
like family reunions,
baby showers and birth-
day parties do take place
at the building.
According to a devel-
opment order for the
space from December
2009, the type of devel-
opment is listed as
''night club/family
reunions." The name of
the establishment on the
development order is
"Harvey's Night,Club."
No alcoholic bever-
ages can be sold at the
nightclub at any time,
and no alcohol can be
consumed after mid-
night, according to the
development order.
Lakey asked if Harvey
could "assure everyone
here"- that there is no
alcohol beverage con-
sumption after midnight.
Harvey said yes he
could assure no alcohol
is consumed inside after
midnight, but some peo-
ple come to the night-
club after they've been

"I've got nothing
to hide at that
nightclub right
there, inside or

-Granville Harvey,
Operator of
Harvey's Nigh Club

out drinking.
Chairman Jeremy
Branch asked Lakey if
the issue was being
looked into. Lakey said
it has been handed over
to the sheriff's office.
Branch said it sounds
like the only issue the
county can address
regarding Espey's com-
plaint is checking if the-
county nuisance ordi-
nance is being violated
in relation to the noise.
Branch asked Lakey to
follow up with code
enforcement to make
sure it is looked into.
"Mr. Harvey has
expressed a willingness
to want to be in compli-
ance with codes and
ordinances," Branch
said. "I think the only
thing that this board can
do is instruct (Lakey) to
have our code enforce-
ment officer continue to
be vigilant and make
sure his operation is
within county code and
After the county com-
mission meeting
adjourned, Espey and
Harvey spoke outside.
The two had never met.
Espey said she didn't
know how to contact
Harvey. Harvey said law
enforcement didn't give
him the name of the per-
,son who was making the
noise complaints.
They discovered
Espey had actually
bought the property she
lives on six years ago
from one of Harvey's
family members.
After some discussion,
they exchanged phone
numbers and came to an
understanding. that if.
there are any problems,
Espey will just call
"We're just going to
work things out because
I don't want him to lose
his business, becatise he
seems like a very nice
person," Espey said.
Espey said she never
would have brought up
the issue before the
county commission if
she had been able to
speak with Harvey
before the meeting. She
does not want the county
to take any action on the
situation. She is going to
call her commissioner
and asked if they can
"just drop it."
"We're going to han-
dle it. We're going to be
good neighbors," Espey

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Polls suggest Florida voters in volatile mood

Turnout among reasons

polls significantly differ


Voters who follow politi-
cal news closely may feel
whipsawed by new poll
results in the Florida gover-
nor's race, showing
Democrat Alex Sink with a
narrow but significant lead
over Republican Rick Scott.
That's because within
the last week, two other
polls by credible pollsters
have shown Scott with nar-
row but significant leads.
That raises a question
being heard a lot in politi-
cal circles this year: What's
up with the polls? -
Polls in Florida's top
races, governor and U.S.
Senate, have been all over
the map, varying widely
even among respected poll-
For example:
.* A Sept. 23 poll by
Mason-Dixon Polling &
Research, sometimes
called the state's most reli-
able published political
pollster, showed Sink with
a 7-point lead over Scott,
47-40 percent. But over the
next two days, Rasmussen
Research and Quinnipiac
University polls showed
Scott ahead by 6 points,
and CNN/Time showed
Scott up 2 points.
* The same CNN/Time
and Quinnipiac polls
showed Republican Marco
Rubio with comfortable,
11- and 13-point leads over
no-party candidate Gov.
Charlie in the Senate race.
But the following week,
Zogby and the Republican-
oriented Public Opinion
Strategies, polling for the
Florida Chamber of
Commerce, showed Crist
in striking distance, 6 or 7
points down.
* The Aug. 24 primaries,
Scott v. Bill McCollum for
the GOP governor nomina-
tion, and Jeff Greene v.
Kendrick Meek in the
Democratic Senate race,
produced complete polling
A week before the vot-
ing, Mason-Dixon showed
Meek 14 points ahead of
Greene and McCollum nar-
rowly leading Scott - while
an Ipsos poll showed
Greene 4 points ahead of
Meek, and Scott 10 points
ahead of McCollum.
Three days before the pri-
mary, Mason-Dixon showed
McCollum with a comfort-
able, 9-point lead and
Quinnipiac gave him a 4-
point margin - but Public
Policy Polling, a North
Democratic-oriented firm,
showed Scott 7 points ahead.
When Scott won - by
less ,than 3 points - a
dejected Brad Coker of
Mason-Dixon said it was
the first time in 26 years of
Florida political polling
that his final poll called the
outcome of a race wrong.
Political polls are never
exact, but this year's varia-
tions are worse than usual,
pollsters say.
"If polls are within 3 or 4
points, that's OK, but when
you're seeing 10- and 12-
point variances, some-
body's wrong," said Jim
Kitchens of the Maitland-
based, Democratic-orient-
ed firm The Kitchens
Group, who has been doing
political polls in Florida for
26 years.
The reason, he iand other
pollsters said, is an unusu-
ally 'volatile, passionate
voter mood this year, mak-
ing it hard r for pollsters to
produce an accurate turnout
"model" - a forecast of how
many people, of what ages,
races and parties, will turn
out to vote.
Pollsters use those mod-
els to adjust the samples of
respondents in their polls.
"Usually polls are differ-
ent because their samples
are different," said
At the same time, there's
been a sharp increase in the
number of political polls
published in Florida, from
various sources, said
Marian Johnson, vice pres-
ident for political opera-
tions at the Florida
Chamber of Commerce.

"There's a lot from uni-
versities and a lot from
people I've never heard of
before," she said. "Until I
see their methodology, I
just read them for the inter-
est, because I'm a political

In some cases, the polls
come from civic or other
interest groups that want to
get in on the political
The union of Miami-
Dade College faculty mem-
bers, for example, has just
begun publishing polls as
part of an attempt to draw

attention to higher educa-
tion issues, said spokesman
Keith Donner.
But some polls, Kitchens
said, come from political
operatives or others seek-
ing attention and publicity,
and using polls of question-
able quality to do it.
"I see people trying to
cheap it out," he said.
Automated dial polling,
or "robopolling," in which
computers make phone
calls and respondents
punch in their answers on

the phone keypad, is rapid-
ly gaining popularity
among new pollsters.
The technique is far less
expensive than human
callers, and those who use it
say it's just as accurate - but
traditional pollsters disagree.
"You may have a 12-
year-old on the line, and
you won't know it."
Kitchens said.
Without an accurate
turnout model, a pollster
would spend time and
money sampling the opin-

ions of people who don't
vote. But a turnout model
depends on making politi-
cal judgments - which
party's voters are more
enthusiastic, and which
Candidates will draw
minority or elderly voters.
Primaries, with lower
turnout, are often harder to
predict than general elec-
tions, which contributed to
the varying results in the
primary, Coker said.
A change in state law last
year may have affected this

year's primaries, Kitchens
The state made absentee
ballot applications good for
two years rather than one, so
voters who ordered absentee
ballots during one of the
most exciting presidential
races in years are getting
them this year as well - dur-
ing an off-year election
when turnout normally
drops as much as 50 percent.
The result was thousands
of unexpected voters in the
Aug. 23 primary.

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Sneads gets three-set victory

Emily Jones makes a diving save against
Monday. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

The Sneads Lady Pirates bounced
back from a tough weekend with a
three-set victory over the Marianna
Lady Bulldogs on Monday in a
Jackson County clash in Sneads.
The Lady Pirates won the match
by scores of 25-18, 25-13 and 27-25
to improve to 17-6 on the season.
Jordan Jackson led Sneads with 14
kills, while Kara Alford posted 10,
Yonna Bell five, Alyssa Edwards
three, and Brandy Strickland two.
Emily Jones and Jackson led the
Lady Pirates with seven digs each,
while Alford, Edwards, and Becca
Aaron each had five.
Aaron also contributed 29 assists
Marianna for the match, while Strickland
added four digs, and Alford had two

ace serves.
"We did pretty good," Sneads
coach Sheila Roberts said of her
team. "I was pretty pleased with it.
We made a great effort after such an
up-and-down weekend..I'm definitely
glad we came out strong, because
Marianna has got a lot of potential.
They're one of those teams that if
you're not playing well, look out.
They can definitely do some dam-
The Lady Pirates were coming off
of a pair of home losses on Saturday
in a tri-match with Liberty County
Sneads lost to Arnold in four sets
by scores of 21-25, 20-25, 25-20 and
Alford led the Lady Pirates in kills
for the match with 13, while Jackson
added 11, 10 digs, and a career-high

four block-kills.
Alford also led in ace serves with
four, while Jackson contributed three.
Aaron had 26 assists and nine digs
for Sneads.
The Lady Pirates then took on
Arnold, and they appeared headed for
a quick victory after taking the first
two sets 25-22 and 25-18.
But Arnold rallied to take sets three
and four by scores of 25-15 and 25-9,
then ended the match with a 16-14
victory in the tie-breaking fifth set.
"We played some of the best vol-
leyball I've seen our girls play in the
first two games against Arnold,"
Roberts said. "They were on fire, and
making incredible defensive and
offensive plays. Arnold is a very good
team, and we just got them rattled a
See SNEADS, Page 2B >

Lady Indians open

preseason strong

The Chipola Lady Indians opened
up their preseason on Saturday in
Columbus, Ga., sweeping all three
games they played in a jamboree at
Columbus State University.
Chipola took wins over South
Georgia Tech, Darton College and
Andrew College.
The games were played with a run-
ning clock, and the Lady Indians had
to rally late to pull out the victories
over South Georgia Tech and Darton.
South Georgia Tech led Chipola by
six points with six minutes to go, but
the Lady Indians came back to win
the game by two.
Against Darton, the Lady Indians
found themselves trailing 30-17 with
seven minutes to play, but Chipola
responded with an 18-0 run to take
control of the game en route to anoth-
er two-point win.
The Lady Indians didn't have to
sweat it out in the third .game of the
day, taking an easy 43-28 victory
over Andrew College.
Chipola coach

Chipola women's
basketball coach
David Lane runs
through a defen-
sive drill with his
team during a
practice Tuesday
at the Milton H.
Johnson Health
Center. - Mark

David Lane said he wasn't surprised
by much of what he saw from his
team on Saturday.
"We've got a different type of
group, so we're just trying to mix and
match," the coach said. "It's really
early. We had five practices (before
the jamboree), and we probably spent
a total of about an hour-and-a-half on
offense, with the rest on defense.
That showed because the offense was
not very good, but the defense was
"We went in there with a realistic
outlook on it. We knew it wasn't
going to be pretty, but our goal was to
show what we've been practicing,
and we were able to do that.
Everybody got a chance to play, and
we were able to look at a bunch of
freshmen we've got coming in."
The Lady Indians won't play again
until the Florida JUCO Jamboree on
Oct. 30 in Tallahassee.
The time between now and then
will be spent learning from mistakes
and trying to grow into a well-round-
ed team, Lane said.
See PRESEASON, Page 4B >

Si r _

Barking out instructions

Chipola coach Jake Headrick shouts out instructions to his team during a recent practice at the
Milton H. Johnson. Health Center. The Indians played their second preseason Lamboree on
Saturday in Montevallo, Ala. Chipola took wins of 96-87 over Lawson State and 76-54 over
Sneads State. The Indians next go to Montgomery, Ala. on Saturday to take on NAIA school
Faulkner and Auburn University-Montgomery. - Mark Skinner/Floridan.

Marianna volleyball stumbles

SThe Marianna High School Lady Blldogs
volleyball team hosted district rival Arnold on
Thursday night with less than successful
S results.
Both Marianna teams fell in three games.
In varsity action, the Lady 'Dawgs lost 25-
22 in game one, with game two a 25-19
Marianna stepped up its game in the final
set of the match to force it to overtime, but fell
Cayce Griffin topped the Lady Bulldogs in
service points with 15 and one ace, followed
by Michelle Bassin with 10 points and two
Meaghan Hinson was on the board with 10
service points and one ace.
Griffin and Hinson had no service errors on
the evening.
It was Hinson leading the charge with 19
spikes and 12 kills, followed by Bassin, who
had 17 spikes and four kills.
Eron Milton picked up eight spikes and four
kills, while Griffin had six spikes and one kill.
In junior varsity action, it was Arnold on top
in game one 25-19 before Marianna bounced
back to take game two 25-20.
Game three gave the match to Arnold with
a 15-12 win.
April Harrison led the way with serves for
Marianna with 15 and six aces, while Megan
Tillman had nine points and four aces.
Ashtin McMullian picked up eight service
points and three aces, followed by Tia Bass
with five service points and three aces.
In spikes, it was Kaydee Nance with six and
two kills, followed by McMullian with three
spikes and two kills.
Marianna took on the Sneads Lady Pirates
on Monday night in Sneads and lost in three

Marianna's Michelle Bassin pushes the ball
back over the net in a recent game against
Graceville.- Mark Skinner/Floridan

Lady Hornets lose in four
The Cottondale Lady
Hornets volleyball team fell to
South Walton in four sets on
Monday night in Cottondale. .
South Walton took the first
set 25-19, but the Lady
Hornets responded to win the
second set 28-26.
But the Lady Seahawks
won the third and fourth sets
each by a score of 25-21 to
take the match.
"The girls played hard, it
just wasn't hard enough,"
Cottondale coach Cassie
.Whiddon said of her team.
"They have to become more
consistent on breaking a serve
on the first serve. They tend to
wait and break on the third or
fourth. This can't happen, and
us be successful."
Haley Boggs led
Cottondale with 11 service
points, five aces, and 53
assists. She also contributed
six kills.
Shay Wright led the Lady
Hornets in kills with eight,
while Chelsea Caudill had
Wright also had five service
points and four digs, while
Caudill scored nine service
points with two aces and six
Kourtnie Richardson had
nine service points, three aces
and six digs, while Katie
Mosier added five digs. Cottondale's Haley Boggs returns

See HORNETS, Page 2B lo

the ball during a recent match. -
Mark Skinner/Floridan

team loses by
smalest margin
of season.


2B - Wednesday, October 13, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


High School Football
Friday- Sneads at
Vernon, 7 p.m.;
Blountstown at Marianna, 7
p.m.; Liberty County at
Graceville, 7 p.m.

Junior Varsity
Thursday- Marianna at
Bay, 6 p.m.

Middle School
Marianna's scheduled
game against FAMU on
Thursday has been can-

High School Volleyball
Thursday- Sneads at
Graceville, 5 p.m., and 6
p.m.; South Walton at
Cottondale, 5 p.m., and 6

High School Golf
Thursday- Chipley at
Marianna, 1:30 p.m.

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

The Fellowship of
Christian Athletes at
Sneads High School would
like to announce their third
annual Fields of Faith event
today from 6 p.m. to 9 p:m.
in the SHS gymnasium.
This will be a great time
of fellowship, devotion,
praise and worship, and
All area youth groups
and FCA huddles are invit-
ed to attend. You can call
FCA sponsor, Sheila
Roberts, at 209-3769 for
more information.

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

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

Continued From Page 1B

Maggie Braxton had
seven kills, while Katie
Mosier, Brittany Shores,
and Sue Ellen Mosier each
added five digs.
The Cottondale junior
varsity also lost to South
Walton, falling in two sets
by scores of 25-19 and 25-

"Our passing
game has really
improved a lot
over the course of
this season. "

- Cassie Whiddon,
Cottondale head coach

On Thursday, the Lady
Hornets fell to Blountstown
in three sets in Cottondale.
Blountstown took the
first two sets by scores of
25-18 and 25-22, then
coasted in the third set 25-
The Lady Tigers were
also victorious in the junior
varsity game, winning in
two sets: 25-13 and 25-10.
"I thought we played bet-
ter," Whiddon said of her
team. "Our passing has
really improved a lot over
the course of this season.
I've seen a lot of maturity
in the game made by sever-
al of my young players."
The Lady Hornets were
scheduled to take on
Sneads on Tuesday night
before-heading to Marianna
on Thursday to take on the
Lady Bulldogs.


Marianna runners compete at FSU


The Marianna Bulldogs
cross country team traveled
to Florida State University
on Saturday and competed
in the FSU Invitational.
The Bulldog boys fin-
ished 15th out of 24 teams.
The Marianna girls finished
23rd out of 23 teams.
The boys had seven run-
ners .come in at under 20
minutes, with Jesse
McGowan leading the way
with a time of 18:07, to fin-
ish 74th overall.
McGowan was also one
of five Marianna boys to
post personal -best times.
Isaiah McFarland took
83rd for the Bulldogs with a
time of 18:22, dropping 1:21
off of his previous best time.
"We had a good race,"
Bulldogs coach Allan


little bit. But going into the
third game, we lost our
"The girls learned a very
hard lesson, that you have to
sink your teeth in and never
let up, because when you
do, you give the other team
an opportunity to get back
in the match."
Alford and Jackson each
led the way in kills again
with 12 and 10, while Aaron
had 24 assists, and Jones
had a team-best 12 digs.
Roberts said she was con-
cerned about how her team
might respond on Monday
after Saturday's struggles.
S"I didn't know if we'd be
able to hold it together,
because we were very
inconsistent on Saturday,"
the coach said. "But I was
thankful that we were able
to come out against
Marianna and play a pretty
consistent match. I think
Marianna has a lot of
potential in their team.
They're strong, they've got
tall girls, so I'm thankful

Gibson said. "(McFarland's
time) is a really big jump for
him. That's a lot of time to
be dropping. He really
stepped up big for us. That
made the dynamic of our
team a little bit different."
James Lien took 102nd at
18:56 for a personal record,
while Patrick Cox was one
spot and one second behind
with a time of 18:57.
Norris Adkins also deliv-
ered a personal best with a
time of 19:06 to finish
Paul Kelson gave
Marianna the 110th spot
with a time of 19:15 for
another personal best, while
Zack Brockner came in
113th at 19:20. -
For the Marianna girls,
Lindsey Toole's run of 23
minutes flat led the
Bulldogs for a 101st-place

Samantha Arroyo came in
132nd place with a time of
24:30, while Christine
Johnston came in 152nd at
27:59 for a personal record.
In the junior varsity/open
race, a 5,000-meter run,
Gavin Shouppe had the best
finish for Marianna at 35th
with a time of 20:14.
Robert Peacock was next
for the Bulldogs with a time
of 20:42 to take 45th.
Charmaine Johnston took
66th for Marianna with a
time of 22:12, while Devin
Combs was 70th at 22:18.
Jeremy Wilson gave the
Bulldogs another top 100
finisher with a time of 23:34
to take 85th.
For the race, Marianna
finished seventh out of 12
In the District 1-2A stand-
ings, the Bulldogs remained
in seventh place after the

race, but they moved up 23
seconds in average time to
get to within 10 seconds of
sixth-place Wakulla.
"We just look a little clos-
er," Gibson said of his team.
"Hopefully, we'll keep
climbing. We took a half
step up, we just didn't pass

Marianna will next com-
pete at the Dolphin Dash at
Mosley High School in
Panama City on Saturday.
"If the weather is good,
we should see some more
times drop," Gibson said.
"That's what it's all about.
We have to'keep dropping


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Rolling up the welcome mat

Dear Annie: Five years ago, my then-
single husband decided to take in his 9-
year-old sister, "Taylor," because his moth-
er was using drugs. It was intended to be a
temporary arrangement until his mother
could clean up her act. After one year,
Mom got sober and found a job, but Taylor
continued to live with her brother. My hus-
band.and I married and had two children,
and his sister grew into a teenager.
When we were expecting our
second child, there was talk
about Taylor returning home,
but I think my husband was wait-
ing for his mother to turn into
this perfect parent. And[ *W*
Taylor was comfortable here. Mh'
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Taylor home is the equivalent of
throwing her to the wolves and says I'm
not being supportive of his decision to
let her remain. My relationship with
Taylor is strained because I blame her for
allowing the situation to continue.
I've spoken to my mother-in-law, and
she and I agreed that Taylor would return
home.before school starts. But my husband
refused to "kick her out" if she didn't want
to go, and she didn't. I believe Taylor needs
to work on her own relationship with her
mother and stop using my husband as a
father substitute.
Meanwhile, my husband throws it in his

mother's face that he has spent years rais-
ing her daughter. What should be done? -
A Home Divided
Dear Divided: You married your hus-
band knowing he was raising his sister, and
it may be too late to change it now. You
obviously don't 'want Taylor to stay, but
forcing her out could wreck your marriage.
Encourage Taylor to form a closer bond
with her mother by acting as facilitator and
arranging some shopping excursions or
dinners out, and enlist the help of Taylor's
school counselor to support a
connection. Consider her your
\ tepdaughter, and try to find a
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fl were heavy smokers, and they
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from COPD and emphysema.
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which supplies financial aid to the families of police offi-
cers, firefighters and medical workers who died in the
line of duty.How should the defense have proceeded
against two hearts after West led the spade four?
South's weak two-bid wasn't textbook. The quality of
his hearts was poor and he had so much in the other
suits. These days, though, no duplicate player passes
when he has a long suit and can pre-empt.
West wanted to say, "Double. And it is also my lead."
But, of course, double would have been for takeout, so
he had to pass and hope his partner balanced with a
-double, which he could pass, converting it to a penalty
double. However, East judged not to act. (East knew it
was probably right for him to do something. However,
he was afraid that if he did bid, say, two spades, West
would have carried the auction too high, expecting East
to have a stronger hand.)
Declarer took the opening spade lead with his king
and played the diamond queen. West won with his ace
and shifted to the club three. East took the trick with his
ace and returned a spade, hoping his partner would
ruff. South won with dummy's ace and cashed the king-
jack of diamonds, discarding a club loser and going
down one. What did East miss?
West led the club three, a low card. This announced
at least one honor in the suit and interest in winning
tricks in that suit.

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Opening lead: A 4

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Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
Today's clue: H equals P

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Jackson County Floridan -Wednesday, October 13, 2010 - 3B

4B - Wednesday, October 13, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


Marianna golf loses by five

The Marianna golf team
fell to Holmes County on
Tuesday afternoon in
Bonifay, falling by just five
The Blue Devils have
beaten the Bulldogs four
times this season, but
Tuesday's five-stroke margin
represented the narrowest
defeat for Marianna this sea-
'"The boys played a much
better match today,"
Marianna coach Scott
Wiggins said Tuesday night.

"Hopefully, our guys are
peaking at the right time."
Cameron Oliver led the
way for Marianna with a 39
in the nine-hole event, while
Kaidd Golden shot a 41,
Chance Pender a 43, and
Tyler Harris and Jake
Mitchell 44 each.
The Bulldogs fell to 6-4
with the loss, including 4-4
in district play.
On Monday, Marianna
was on the winning side, as
the Bulldogs topped
Freeport by 41 strokes, win-
ning by a score of 123 to
Oliver led Marianna with

Marianna's Caitlyn Carpenter gets her ball back onto
the green during a match against Freeport Monday. -
Mark Skinner/Floridan

a 40 in the nine-hole event,
with Pender adding a 41, and
Golden a 42.
Mitchell was next up for
the Bulldogs with a 44,
while Harris shot a 47.
"We're playing a little bet-
ter," Wiggins said. "We only
had one golfer that didn't
make his average. He just
had an off day, but other than
that, I think the rest of them
are playing real well."
The Marianna girls golf
team was also in action on

Monday, falling to Freeport
by a score of 117-121.
Caitlyn Carpenter led
Marianna with a 52, while
Mary Catherine Pittman shot
a 65.
Marianna will next be in
action today with an 18-hole
match against Chipley at
Caverns Golf Course.
It's the last match of the
regular season for the
Bulldogs, who will play in
the district match on Oct. 19
in Panama City.

PRESEASONConiued romPage 1B

'We've got 15 practices
to try to get better and fig-
ure stuff out," the coach
said. "It's just different for
us this year. We're pretty
extreme in that we're (more
than 6 feet) without a lot of
quickness, then we're (5
feet, 9 inches) and below
with a lot of quickness. We
can do a lot of different
things. We just have to fig-
ure out all that we can do
offensively and defensively,
but we've got a lot to play
Lane said that camp has

been particularly enjoyable
this year, especially com-
pared to the last couple of
"We really just have a
good group of kids that
enjoy being around each
other, and I enjoy being
around them," he said.
'That's something we got
away from about two years
ago. Last year's group
ended up being a good
group, but we've tried to get
away from kids who didn't
want to be here. Now,
everyone is buying into it."

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eep, both in great must see!! Than Ea to pull. Ove MECRY LATE '70's 4k m, one owner, 122k m. 0 3340 PWRS/B, windows, ryd. Very low miles
cond. selling due to $49,500. 334-803-3397 sized U-shaped di- 85HP w/power trim No paint work, 334-685-6233 ant. auto, AC, up- CARSUIlIII $26900. 334-685-0380
ohelt. in t 850-352 0 nette that slides out. cables/ wiring, new $15,900 Camino.Good cond. Honda '05 Accord, traded sond sytm, Harey Dai 196
health. 850-352-2810 Queen bed. Moving gears & water pump 334-685-6233 Needs minor work. White 100K Mi.thr car cover & top stor- 334818124 TC w/side car.
and must sell. $900 251-599-5127 seats Ex. age r ack, clean, wMellIe H
. e (334)300-1122 Bmw 2000 35-speed $5500 0O334-699- seat Emint ined w/ e exc. cond. $10,500.
. $9,900.00 Ned Auto Pas darkblue, leather, 1366or797 925 $9800 334 l 3 cos. $14,200- 1 334 a OBO334794-2665 or
aMj K Ford 77 F-1504WD Tires? Don't Pay Full new tires, garage or 205-799-8988 79 789 Aties 334-805-0810

awning,3 2TVs 2 f H o '02 $450e33-447531uTner. cois The, Pla cmie.ioC NsllueL Bla9 c gobl acktca1d.Kn r 1a Sre ou e 12 00 D.cust
's 8Runs, in good shape, Price! Shop Deal kep L 77k milesTr Honda 07 Accord , M ed 32 a ~ Davlon 1992
$3 0WINNEBAGO02 14500334-447-5316 Place $10,000. Call Br CoupekDsEXL,' ABlack Mercede '96 S320,SoteHarley Da1200 cst1992
Brave, 2-slides, 2- for Coupons & Deals! 334-687.446 . w/blk leather, sun- blacka/c, 154K1 92205 M ered05 midSporst0's K/KH exc.ustom
TV's, 2-Air, level Buic'02 Regal LS. ,roof, XMe radio,44k ,owner, mint cond., Rest.re3 or se for cond $5,500. OB
DAM.ON '05 a4 jacks, 19K miles, ronze n color. mi, 4cyl5$14,500 6000. f334-5, parts. Best Offer 794-2665 334-805-
n32f0 work orse gas $35,000 772-631-5065 Aviation Ae o be leather CD pla yer. C 334-685-6233 4- 670 251-747-4022 0810
eng, 35K miles no pw & seas, $5300 e Mercedes Harey adsn '95
soaking 1 sisd Y urom Homea0 a850-526-5832 Red, Auto, Mirrored H y r M s MDavidcSk
awning, 2 TV's, oro Home ' r Se C Tops, 52Kmie New 1983 240D in, very Lowrider,36K3 mi.
AC's, generator Aultimate Freedomu ic Cadillac '89 Seville, fires, Calipers, i e nDn Exc.cond. e1340 cc
$63,000 334 775 7548 40 ft. Winnebasmnhago 1 l Ionu r4 Cadillac'9 Sevilnle, Tir eEHonda 07 Fit sport speed man. trans.- engine, spare seat
n $6 334-70-special edition, pearl Brakes & Shocks. loaded less than I very smooth shifting, $5500 334-984-2044
S r owneraragekii p 1966 Cessnah31Kfr white, 137K mi, 17 Garage kept. $13,500. 40K, $13,200 OBOa dream to drive, H d
only 54K ml. Kitche an sale or will take on inch Image wheels. OO 334-596-2376 334-406-2667 Days . bargain at $6,800 Honda 04 Helix
Damon 2000 Ultra & iving rm /slide partner. Colemill up- $2800. 334-648-3171 1 334-588-3658 nights 334-797-4883 scooter 250cc, auto
diesel. 12K mi.slide, erseating.Spacou sinceenine over- . Cadillac 9 Devile C240. Whiteearl D Taerco cover & helmet, 9k

M304N D &AYB kEye AK -I 3i G e Pr for3 r nner C o e, v erygood 3x 4w 4aed ceda to Hond5 '96 Accord. LX Mo^ Cha pa gnecolor, Go lfcar V c rti m $2800. Da4598-3874
Leveling jacks, diesel r k Vw/ aseme haul. Cal Ron at 8 white wi tan leather Ext. w/camel l eather For Automotive
gen. $52K 334-701- modelw/sideX side 3279 good condition, inL new tires. air it. Sunroof, power Coupons &Deals $2800. Call 677-7815
7787 or 706-681-5630 frig, dishwasher, green and white ex- & front end good condo. sunshade. 6-disc CD Honda '06 CR 600
washer &dryer & a terror, light gray inte- T $e 600. 334 774 5333 . Co$ e changer. $ 11,545 I Cars '' F41r000 b
DAMON DAYBREAK Kingdome in motion (334)498-3279 Camr eng. 4+3 Man trans. ' Go cart 36V crim-
Lance 'cSo10AelnHn tri Fire Forward . $500 334692562 HOD 0 B 250
'06, 34ft. 6K mi. 2 satellite & more pow- ferrellr@roadrunner. white, Auto, CD, 5New paint job. Estate Mnt'aAccord 8 g f 8 Da.
slides, like new, big erthan you will need cuis i , New paint job. Etate d od cn.ewly re 3en, son red, 4 seater40
Ford engine 12mpg. w/ 350 Cummings 22,000 mTiltWes ye, 2Sale.$9500, 0 Loaded & Road newly rebuilt engine had4a Wite H c h aowe ,
4i e, kr "r h e a d la m G Bpr is t in e H O N D A '0 6 S h a d o w ,
$61,000.Ford engine 1mpg. 350 Cummings 2200 miry les, keyless 352-219-7370 Ready $3,990 or 9,00. 334-333-4913 condition. $2000. 334- 2.8 miles LIKE NEW,

5're and see!!!O 850-849- er, gar. kedt $9,500. milesdi $2900.OBO Exc. Cond. 73K mi. $10,900 850-482-2994 6M60 m$ o
o -7-2634 or850-638-1703 OBO 334-795-6255 Ca ll 334-596-5032 A/C, Sunroofe $ 8000 e
IuRVs/Campers uM20OE Dothan Corvette convertible,
9 anted Airport Hangered Blacke, loaded, exc.2 w
cooNew fromba cond., garage kepte
Lance '081181 Fire l F d 45,000. 334-692-5624 33HONDA '07 CBR, 600, 70
camper loaded, w/ 5th0 eetwood 2- R Equipped- loaded, 4,000 miles,

exc. cond. $59,900. payoff $3,Us00 334-7900E000. $5995 or Trad e 850 re, Exc. Condition Edition, Loaded 52K mi. $11,800 OBO 60 mlC $12 o4- Hond2.
334-714-4001 334-470-8454 850-210-4166 $7300 334-596-9966 97K mi, NEW TIRES 334-447-3225 578482 e sur cub 50,4k
/FM, CD player, low miles, very nice, Go od Cond., elect
Wanted Black,- fullyeloadedV

camrper oaaded0 T gee new tires 'I2 Goldwing, 60k e soe \ d on re
ldn 334-726-1215A n miles, red, exc paint start 3 speed, $2500.

334a7144001 13 3 4-40- 8 454pe11850I '0 CONTAINE6S$71 N c T9 97KeiAutomatiRcIKd 350 3 9 90 0 334-796-6613 15000K m. exc4-. cond. 10 1
age(Silver) sell as isOn 5$d0a33s72 $- 80 5 214,500F 334447-2131 noon (M-F)
0nd. $0500. runningg condo.

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SAbrandw 800.334-791-3081 259 0896-3774 04 rest, loos good runs700085-5-2
w/baskets&key, ox- OAK- FIN3O"X6'EA Game Player for Anghorse, veryAgood 30 $5 4 8dlcedeto$35 ChnampcgnE color, great $2880. Neg
cel. cond.$225. 850- LIKE NEW $300 GameCubeT$5L 850- cond.E$450 850-482- 850-573-4425 CorVette 94'l85K lii, d Call 334-237-3697
573-834 b4 7pm (850)592-2507 592-2927 3853 blue, original carlike co. black 5 K m ave messa
anew cond $1,5h male, $ luage0 r acekn et HONDA Vlyrle
12"$ subs in ox, OKFI a0"X42 33'e Table5/ Macistoveewood jatAF TSMAN- a334-618.9322 or 5ower Callding door
SAutomti 350 OBO 334-796-6613 1500K m 13,850 low miles, runs atcond.
0(Silver) sell as is $14,50210-4166 334-621315454

spash guard $30& mo850- Camper top for 50 CONTAINER $15 EA No )$i8cTraeadmll 0 008 or exc cond $10,900 334 8 CRFaO ay c0 a
592-2927 GMC Sierra Truck, (850)592-2507 2pd$1200, few mnts 573-4425 333-3436 eror 7 Condition $925. Xtras Full W/S
o 3334-774-1915 3" 48 Jaguar TSaXJsHX

.good shape, $60 0 asking$500 850- 8$68Knew. Asking seat, w/drivers back

14 cu.ft Chest freezer BOOKCASES (5)DK94-1024 GaeT y Advance Lg. fuzzy spring rock- Skylight, brand nw $9766-5725,800.ncoln '0Town334-791-3081 985.850-896-377 4 rest, looks good runs
w/baskets & key, ex- OAK- FIN 30"X MOTEA Game Player for ing horse, very gosignature series, Wd 3 x 4 Redcedtop colorsaddlebags, mustang
ce.1836 btwn 5&9pm 850- LIKE NEW $300 GameCube $1580)592-250- cond. $45OEAor850-482- 850-573-4425 Corvette 4'KM loaded60/4leater l0Km.Noaccidents 7ka00.ll229-321-9625 ofChro334-237-3697mel

ALL$0 &wood (850)592-2507 850-569-1200 Fo 0' seats am/fm/cd Lenew. Reg. Malnt9 wd Ss seel $3,500
573-6834 b47pro (850)592-2507 a592-2927 3853 blue, or iginal e computer lNew tires, 30 229-416-1051

1new cond. $11,500. Ler s ingmincont 6 HONDA '98 Valkecoolerie
85027225RRET&RATSMAN fully l oaded, tan never smoked n, Toya 07 Pm ks, weather '5 Honda
2400 watt Amp $125, BOOKCASES (5) DK Game/Poker Table/ Mac sto ve wood leather, moon roof, never wrecked Black, 53k, Ex. Cond, Trike, cranberry red,
2, 12" subs in ox, OAK- FINISH 30"X6' Wet Bar excellent burning fire place in- all $15,250. 334-791-7330 P backup camera-798-999, to man ad on to list
25" Lg birdcagne LE(850)592-2507-1989A LL TOGGLE-COATNICE 850-482-1085 white, needs some 114K s.Gold w/tanBie00
spash guardmes $40 for all $20 (850)592-2507 (XMAS)WOMENS M 0 fiT r e il Un 3978 exc colnd $'10,eute00 334 CRFJLExcetintgnt 1100 Arrow Lots of

850-592-2927 $45 uck, (850)592-2507 SHEARLING JACKET- WidowB -53panes,9se 3-4 m gCon, 1tion $925. Xtras Full W/S
ad good shape $60 OBO old, asking $500 850-r334- 79802337 Rchro e mtr guard-
9' Metal Studs, 2x6 Entry door frae Leather Purselooks WmensLG er sizon Blackbes, signature series, olath'97r 150rabl0SEwarranty, saddebas, mustang
for both.850-593-. tO R RE likeasadIe, good SHARP(XMAS??)-$25 8703E never activat- 5833v 4doorsmoonroof, interiornewtires&etir kK mi. Pearl white,

1836 btwn 5&9p BOOKS- 1965-1989 $15EA (850)592-2507 00).50EA or OBO ed, no answ. custom ims, n ew bakesd, 60/40 leather m No accidents$750150.900. 22 garage kept-32-9625 iresLots of Chromeof
dows xp, monitor, Likhernefreestanding OLDEw.ReALBUMS-(100) WOMEN LGSHARP low $w/screen, asking$10,000.Call locks.xc00
$150 8505922927 $3505-482-1085 Hammock &wood (850)592-2507 2 50 7 573-4425 334-39369-120Fo 03 9959 fir m serious inqir New tires, 30mpg 229-416-1051

d d e tenior, leather heated ton$11,000 334-618-5019iles 3500
w15ires$0$100 850-482-5434 Set of12' speakers, Wall hung lavatory fullyloadewea for0con

airbags, 37k ml, NA- '.*a0mHi agood sportsman 4d
ames $40 for all $20 (850)592-2507 (XMAS)WOMENS M-L options, 90592k miles
850-592-2927 SHEARLING JACKET- Windwon'w panes, se $114tta99.334-435-0786 Lincoln 1ExeuKawasak0e JBL sound, tint great 6000 m KXF. $ 26.0005
9' Metal Studs, 2x6 Leather Purse, looks Mazda 04 RX, Blu e w/grey leather e warrantk/chrome intake kit Motor by BPM 2
40 @$3/ea 850-59- & threshold, RH, Sun- like a sdle, good SHARP(XMAS??) $25 OBO 850-93-5833 v 4 door moon roof, interior, new tires & new tireslsunroof, slip on exhaust i lugdde brothers perform-
tan lather top. heated seats, alum. gage racketc. a must ance pipe Very fast
1672 seats cond. $20850-482--2507 custom rims loaded $6000. wheels, sat radio 40 see 15,999 obo ike or thOBO motor
$95850 5 tires, 58k miles, great ice, woer seats,227 mpg. 120Kml 334-47 11,800 334)618-3,118 crOB ssing extremist

3Sl vMazda '01C626 n 334-685-6233 nrobertolcagmaiico 334-726-3842
S158K Mi. Loaded! Volvo '07S40, m KawsaI '09 NJnTa
dows xp, monitor, Fisher free standing OLDIE ALBUMS- (100) WOMENS LGSHARP 3x2 low E w/screen, asking $10,000. Call locks112Ked white, new tires, Harley Daidon 98 250.3k mi. Perfect
keyboard, & mouse, wood burning stove, .50EA OBO (XMA) rn SelfStorag playerhite, tan t 66K miles, God ex. cond. orange, condition Blue,
no$400 334-92-4084 Towncar, Custom Paint:ondtion. 15,500., loaded, Must See $3000

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Motorcycles Scooters/Mopeds ilispor Vehicles TrarucksTracto s -Heavy Duty TrucksHeavy Dy Legal NoticesNotices eetinsEven
Kawasaki 2000 Clas- r Bushtech Trailer '05 1999 Ford Windstar FORD 2005 Sport Trac Court of the 14th Ju- PROCEEDING, YOU LF15139
sic LT007 Under Turbo+2 Excellent Van LX, Chestnut col- XLT, 57K, loaded, drk n a ITE T NO
Warranty til 2012. Condition $3500 or, quad seeing, du- red two tone grey, ex for Jackson County, COST TO YOU, TO NOTICEOF
2053CC Low mi. 334-693-9287 al sliding doors, A/C condition. $17,800. Florida, Wherein THE COURTHOUSE, PUBLIC HEARING
2050o. 334CC 743474 is 5 yrs old, very reli- OBO. 334-692-4572 EverBank, Plaintiff 4445 LAFAYETTE
$8500.334-74-3474 Cummings/Onan able, needs body- OBO334-692-4572 and John Murray and STREET, MARIANNA, NOTICE IS HEREBY
or 334-791-1074 generator 703 hrs. work, $2800 Ford '89 Bronco, Runs Laura Harbison are FL 32446 WITHIN 2 GIVEN BY THE JACK-
Mojo Motor Scooter Magnum'08 150 RL Ford04 Explorer 85KW 400amp, auto 334-798-0576 Chevy '931500172K grt, lifted, mud tires, defendantss, I will WORKING DAYS OF SON COUNTY PLAN-
'05,200mi, Blue, Scooter, Adult 80k miles switch runs 4 poultry Mi. New AC, Loaded, excel. cond. $3500 sell to the highest YOUR RECEIPT OF NING COMMISSION
$1650850-258-1638 Ridden 1061mi.75 NADA$8870 house $15,000. OBO Chey ASTO 97 co Runs Great $2,80 OBO trade850-774- and best bidder forTHIS NOTICE OF OF ITS INTENT TO
MPG Street Legal, $6999 or Trade 4-40X400 poultry version Van raised OBO 334-691-2987 9189/774-9186 cash, ATTHEFRONT SALE: IF YOU ARE CONDUCT A PUBLIC
MOTIVATED $1,250334-983-4941 850-210-4166 house of Lubing nip- roof, loaded, new or 334-798-1768 DOOR OF THE JACK- HEARING IMPAIRED HEARING TO REVIEW
WIFE! 2005 or 334-596-4170 pie drinkers 334-726- tires, 51K mi. $9,500. SON COUNTY CALL: 1-800-955-8771; THE FOLLOWING AP-
Yamaha Royal Star 0978 or 334-795-6101 334-897-2054 or 334- CHEVY 96 S-10 Pick- COURTHOUSE, AT IF YOU ARE VOICE PLICATIONS AND
motorcycle. - 464-1496 up, 2.2 letter, 4 cly., 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL IMPAIRED CALL: 1- OTHER BUSINESS:
model 13CTDrying Trail CHRYSLER '06 Town will sell for parts STANDARD TIME, on 800-955-8770
body style is Good cond., good C $800 334-689-9183 November 4, 2010 the 1. Review and dis-
road/street, dive tires 334-899-3914 & Country Van.Exc. following described DATED at MARIAN cuss ORC Report Re-
type is RWD. cond. 51K, seats 7, Fproperty as set forth NA, Florida, this 5th sponse for EAR
4 cylinders, 35,000FORD ition, FARM EQUIPMENT IH A/C power, $9500 8 F w s Final Judg- day of May, 2010 based amendments,
miles.In great 3 seats, fully loaded, 1440Combine w/ OBO., 334-688-5154 4x4 Auto, $4,600 o ment, to-wit JacksonCountyCo-
nd tM 8 3 eatsKmiles., 5 heads $10,000. CAT reasonable offer229- DALE RAON GU-County Co-
condition. U. 08 250 cc. Seats 157K iles, ne Dozer D4b & root Chrysler'95 Voyager, 334-8520, 229-296- COMMENCE AT AN THRIE RON GU-p i Pla c-
Features double tires, 6,300 OBO rake 850-415-0438 V6, aqto, seats 8, 8171 C M E T AT Iommendatlon to the
2,hard case saddle Sooter. 8mie 334-845-0519 power, am/fm cass. AXLE MARKING THE CLERK OF THE CIR Jackson County
bags, highway gallon. 0mi Facr - Gandy 4 row insecti- new tires, NOW Ford '93 Ranger over SOUTHEAST CORNER CUIT COURT Jackson Board of County
bars, cruise Warranty $3000 OBO. cide applicator $1975 OBO 850-592- 97 Suu 100K mi. CD player, OF THE SOUTHWEST County, Florida Commissioners.
control. Tires in Call 334-445-6302 w/double boxes, for 2832 great cond, 1500 white/tan asking 1 OF SECTION 29,
good shape. Full two chemicals series, leather $3000. $3500 334-685-3214 TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, By:/s/TAMMY BAl- The public hearhg
front windshield, mounted on tool bar. GMC '95, Conversion Call 303-906-3683 RANGE 11 WEST, LEY w be held in the
double seat tour Sport Utility Vehicles Good condition. $300. Van, new A/C, runs JACKSON COUNTY, Deputy Clerk Jackson County Con-
bike. Asking $9,500 229-758-3146 or 229- grt, $2500 S & M Au- Dodge '013500 Dual- Ford 96Superc FLORIDA; THENCE mission Board Room
OBO. Please call 400-5184 to Sales 850-774- ly, 135K, 4reat cond., F-250 long bed RWD, SOUTH 89 DEGREES of the Administraton
334-790-7380. (16) Hummer '04 H2 G -9189/ 850-774-9186 4 wheel, ext., cab, V-8, turbo diesel 7.3L 34 MINUTES 35 SEC- dn a teate
t334-790-738. (1 Hummer '04 H2 GOLFFAIRWAY at $12,500.646" auto trans, power ONDS WST ALONG I Meeigs-Events 2864 Madison Street,
Mr o (6 GOLF - FAIRWAY7S auto, $1,00 6 au s. ONDS WUTEST, ALONG *5 onJ Buldtiho located at

or Utility trailer 7x10, 6568- Leather Int Quad cab A ST E O be, 2010 at 700 p.m.
Like new, A-Frame GOLF - TORO GREENS Clean condo. Fully Ford'98 F150, great 208.71 FEET, TO A �" Notice of
Jack - 2 mot chocks, MASTERTR3 REEL auto334-693-3980 cond,165KmiNew IRON ROD AND CAP PubicHearing Anyone desiring in-
no rust exc. cond. 6' $4000. 334-678- | dao.34-Brakes, alternator (PSM 6525); THENCE formation maycon-
$1300. OBO 334-618- 6568 and battery.Cold LEAVING SAID Notice is hereby giv- tact the Community
norut6.t7terntormto ycon-
1072 or 334-699-2280 '05 Xterra. 83.5K -Air,Elec windows & SOUTH LINE, NORTH en that the City or Development Depart-
miles. Great Condi- Lexus 08GX470 GOLF - TRI-KING 1900 doorlocks.$4800obo 00 DEGREES 42 M- Cottondale, Florida ment between 7:30
Yamaha'05 V-star tion! original owner white, exc cond, 40k 3 GANG REEL WANTED 334-691-4643 NUTES 5 SECONDS will conduct a public am and 4:30 p.m.
650 Silverado,Saddle RockfordFosgate miles, Loaded w/nav, W/DIESEL MOTOR EAST, A DISTANCE hearing on Monday, Monday through Fri-
bags, wind shield, remiumsound w/6 $40,500. OBO $2,500. 334-678-6568 i . R Mazda9 SE-S Ext. OF 208.71 FEET; October 25, 2010 at day at 4487 Lafayette
backest gar. kept $3750obo pckeall John Deer 05' HP, AndEquipped 4dr Hemi truck w/114 minor carbwork. DEGREES 43 M- the following and Florida or contact by
334-694643 7904201.Le me full wh. drive, front 850-5485719 k hwy. mi. Like new. $750 334-687-9788 NUTES 44 SECONDS other business: phone at (850) 482-
Yamaha 0 R6 sage. 742 ra--nt r__ er. loaadr. oushhog, New rhino liner & or 334-695-6368 WEST, A DISTANCE 9637
Yamahan '06 R6 ge.oa$9,950 Firm ftinih mrrower, disk, bed cover. Infinity OF 695.56 FEET, TO A Adoption, by Ordi-
Sspredder & box blade Automotive Coupons factory sound, red/ " IRON ROD AND nance No. 10-25, In accordance with
Ready. Lots of Extras i $18,,200.080 798-3352 and Deals Shop with blk leather interior. CAP (PSM 6525); small scale amend-the Americans with
Exc. Cond.$5500 OBO i~ VolvoXC9OSUV Less itan 1000 hrs Svcd by dealer. THENCE SOUTH 00 ment (SSA 10-02) to Disabilities Act, per-
334-432-580a0l r a. Sport. SCl.4VWD. $12.500 Must see. DEGREES 42 MI- the.Cottondale Com- sons needing a spe-
Call for details Loaded. Back Et . Kubota Tractor L2800 WANTED Pre'82 l850960-322 NUTES 05 SECONDS pehensive Plan cal accommodation
1100, 11.600 mi new 28,500, 334-797-11 I r ith box 5 hatchback or '89/90 Dode 05 Dakota Silverado'03 LS 2500 WES I7.58 TANCE chaning there ard tes earticipg shod this
rear tire, and extras, blade & finishing Ford Probe stick quad-cab, SLT, 34k hd, 4wd ext cab. �" IRON ROD AND totaling 0.78+/- acres tact the Planning
reaskingr tire, and eras yoff oTralerTracors mower $17.500. shift. 850-272-4243 mi, 6 cylinder, fll 6000V8, HD4-spd CAP (PSM 6525), from "Residential- Secretary at Jackson
lak en$233474-7771 power, Exc $13,800. auto trans. newtires, SAID IRON ROD BE- Suburban" to - County Community
85900. - - ER $600.334-678-6568 850 70 B od 344-1 black,$4500. R M1 totalot M i
4pm 0 8 Tahoe LTa29K o n15 SLUCAR GLF Longhorn 05 Horse =ucks-Heavy Duty) 33-49-86 ..,.00. ad ING THE POINT OF mercial". The prop- Development no later
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YAMAHA'08 R6 � cellent Condition, W/08 BATTERIES 2-horse slan. pad,. CONTINUE SOUTH 00Widentified as Parcel the meeting. The
black/yellow, less $30,500. 685-3226 $1,50.EA.678-656 8 tack room.electric l4. 179K, fu l por, , blue book priv DEGREES 42 MI- ID# 31-5N-11-0092- Planning Secretary
b lack/yellowe new! Trailer Sales of Ala- Che let 96 79K, full power, 8 cyl, blue book private NUTES 05 SECONDS OMO-0050 (Daniel B. may be contacted at
then 650 miles. BMD Circle Dhan 36303 Work tic, autoR cruise, $7200. party $18,765. ES r g TANCE OF 4001 O ) M a nch, 4487 ay Lafayette
-90-0 2 CALL 6'FINISHING334-C726-1530 34-794-75 8 i great $5 4449-64 334-266-5248. 112.98 FEET, TO A �" Owner); 31-5N-11- Street, Marianna, FL,
Yamaa380 V-Star $18,999 or Trade Trade 85 6 back et tn l eaer llf 1.00. IRON ROD AND CAP 0092-0OMO-0070 32448, (850) 482-9637,
100 la& 80-20-46 40 HP MASSY F ll sea, upTer ca, a o L01rerunner (PSM 6525); THENCE (Robert D. &James D. or (800) 955-8771
YAMAHA ' 2KMC.NARROW $21 r. Pickup. ti FORD 2 LARIAT ned cab, SOUTH 89 DEGREES Murray, Owner); 31- (TDD).
Yaw miles! Like new! oPEANUT PICKERS, 4Tra 5 , engine, fuela - Cheolet96 E eabecy, auto, AC, bed- 34 MINUTES 35 SEC- 5N-d110092-0OM -

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SREDUCED $2.250. 334- R 4 L G ertool box, looks ONDS WEST; A D1S- 009 (Mary E. Kelly, e Arto
BMW '06 X5 78k GREAT COND, Circle Dothan 36303 Work track, Runs Ford 01 F150 lariat . oo runs great TANCE" OF 409.0Owne) and-are o- ysto
693-5454 milC NADA s 26k CALLC334-726-1530 334-794-7345 great $5,599 or, 5.4 liter, 154K mi. 8800. Call 791-2826 FEET,. TO A �'! IRON cated ' between
Yamaha 2sm VStar $ 850-210-4166 4HPCallS33SE4 3 Trade 850210-4166 black ext. tan leather ROD AND CAP (PSMT Church Street andSt. I s
1100 Classic. Black& ASSEY seats, super cab, au- -LegaAds Fr 6525)Y LYING ON THE Andrews Street, east
chromeB excellent GUSON TRACTOR W/ M-10 DT 4x4 w/ . to trans -000 41 EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-W of US231 in A it headline s
condition. $4500 OBO Kubota loader 120hp 7937937 WAY LINE OF MILLCottondale,Flesuts
334-618-7525 TURFTIRES. $4,50. LA1601 (cabfire) 3100 A L E C
334-618-7525 334-678-6568 hrs. original tires FORD '02 LARIAT notices ROAD- THENCE
334-477-3152 155k m, 3rd row 6X12 enclosed trailer io new tire good 000237 LINE NORTH 23 DEGREES This hearing will be
Yamaha - 2005. 350 4430 John Deere w/ 50%, engine, fuel F250 Diese-I Crew 01 MINUTES 38 SEC- hi thaie , Uwill e )t
Bruin 4 Wheeler at cab & air, good cond. tanks ok. REDUCED Cab. 123K miles D SN 0 EES M INUTES S- hd at the City U l
front wrench good ,.cltch66goo- $10,899. ortrade Chevy'04 Sdverrsdo $16.000 334- 687 9983 FI5 SC ONDS EAST, ALONG Cottondale City Halle p
condition 2 -. (Dnew00co 850-933- foL Hy.mi. SAID EASTERLY located at 2659 Front
(334)7900976 Tahoe $18,000334-899-3914 8100 V84 WHEEL DR 334-347-3441 FEET, TO THE CIRCUPOINT on file and available le

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gunslinger7788@hot LT n weather, DVD8 33 POWER EVERY9-THI-8312 P 87 CO81 UR OFHTHE 14TH A DISTANCE OF FI. Interested parties $10,900.00 Trades C BackhoeVMRADIO. DISC JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 123.13 FEET, TO A �' are encouraged to 3. Sta your ad with the
Y s XV ConsideredCallCSI For Sale $13,500 " "- *i I CHANGER $17,500 FLORIDA, INANDFOR IRON ROD AND .CAP attend the meeting
Yamaha '99 XVS1100 CHNE $17,500 JACKSON COUNTY (PSM 6525); THENCE and persons wishing itemyouaresellingura
bags garAuto 850-210-4166 Call 334-886-9003 342 7 he 91 Cheroke MILA J. MURRAY OTHER AN E held in a andicapde iceof
B00334-726-1215 or Chevy '01Tahoe or 334-726-4661 Ford' LEAVNGSAID EAST-to comment may do
3e Blaz21 L\3 b " e aEddie eBauer all op- CASE 68:2010-CA- ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY so in person at the .ibenS headline
seat, fully loaded, w/1 side door & dbl ae r. ay condo. 1 owner DIVISION : GREES 34 MINUTES writing to the City of
$..-.- 5.900.646-620-9478 doorsinback$1900 Tractor 30 Massey 114.500. OBO 104K 35 SECONDS EAST, ACottondale. The pro- 4.Abbreviaaslttleas
334-77-3152 1." moa 3rdrowene losd. t -i erlnus ,ono 7Edisk,O ON DS E -ST pubot alc Then oro- inlt
U-M081 C (Dothasn) new cond. 850-933- 4-796-816 Fd 08 F0 XT VENuANK DISTANCE OF 362.22 posed amendment is
9e3348347d3441 FEET, TO THE POINT on file and available possible

silver, Mustang seat Chevyo2 TaoeLT 8- MSWDduals. cab.4-8520. JOHN MURAY ad THE SURPLUS FROM al
bags, gar. kept like 235k mi, keyless 334726006. Che 91 Cherokee MILA J. MURRAY; IOTHER THAN THE held in a handicap- 6.Incudethepiceof
new. 5,000ml. $5100. entry, newAC, 2nd 4 ou PROPERTY OWNER accessible location.
334-696-5531 nights owner $8250. l Utility Trailer pickup, lift gate FORD'07 Explorer
3Call 334-726-7008 6h 10"W. 14ft.6" L. $1500 850-352-4724 Sport Trac, Limited, Defendant(s) AS OF THE DATE OF Persons requiring as- tie itemyoU areSelli
rs El brae. and V-8, Fully Loaded, THE LIS PENDENS distance such as an
Scoothevy Blazer L03 b ksande 56K Miles, Blue NOTICE OF SALE" MUST FILE A CLAIM interpreter or TDD
3 Pasks, lift gate $20,500, 334-687-4686 WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- access contact De- 7. Use white spa,
gold, airpower - spareire. Heay Du- . NOTICE IS HEREBYTERTHESALE. nise White, Clerk
U-M 08 CC windows, exc condo "Backhoe Pro ty 334-796-8136 Ford'08 Fi15 XLT GIVEN pursuant to an (850-352-4361) at larger type and graphics
875 miles, 2 helmets, $5,500.334-792-8058 24,000 pound capai- 4 doors, ext cab, exc Order of Final Judg- IF YOU ARE A PER- least five days prior t youradstand
stor875 male 2 helmets, 334-791-2360 tytrailer. $4500.850- "~ T..4 J cond, 4.6 literV8, ment of Foreclosure SONWITH ADISABIL- to meeting. FAIR tmakeyouradand
stora xcorpo94266'L SSI EDS DO '05 Viper Chrome wheels, sale dated October 4, ITY WHO NEEDS ANY HOUS I N G'EQ AL R dbenly
tie straps, transport GMC '00 Jimmy,ouad
carrier, fits2n great cond.,$4200 BAT WING MOWER x W ORK!! Truck. NADA$26,999 loaded, 68K ml, 2010, entered in Civil ACCOMMODATION OPPORTUNITfY/HAND
receiver $3000. OBO OBO 850-526-2491 (FINISHING) $9,400. VY$18,999 or Trade $14,600. Case No. 2010-CA- IN ORDER TO PAR- CAP ACCESSIBLE n11lling
Call 334-792-7105 ask for Tom 334-678-6568 850-210-4166 Call 334-237-1039 000237 of the Circuit TICIPATE IN THIS COMMUNITY.

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