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Jackson County Floridan

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

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Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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Victim dies one week after motorcycle crash


Man was ejected off bike


STAFF REPORT
A man injured in an Oct. 10,
Jackson County traffic crash died
Sunday, a week after the acci-
dent, according to Florida


Highway Patrol reports.
Willie Peach, 67, of Midland
City, Ala. died just before 4 a.m.
on Oct. 10. Peach was driving a
-Harley Davidson when he and
another motorcyclist tried to pass


a car on U.S. Highway 231 as all
three were approaching Bailey
Branch Bridge.
Peach struck the rear of the car
and entered the median, where he
was ejected from the bike. The
driver of the car, 28-year-old
Sabrina Lindahl of Chipley, tried
to take evasive action after her
Pontiac sedan was hit by Peach's


motorcycle.
When she did so, she struck the
other motorcycle, driven by 50-
year-old Gordon Ward, of
Dothan, Ala. Ward's motorcycle
then struck the guardrail on the
east shoulder of the road.
Peach was taken by helicopter
to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
in critical condition, and Ward


was taken to Southeast Alabama
Medical Center with serious
injuries.
A passenger in Lindahl's vehi-
cle, 10-year-old Caitlin
Shacklef6rd of Chipley, was
taken to Jackson Hospital with
minor injuries.
An investigation into the crash
continues.


Roymonia Robinson, Margie Wilkerson, Amy Keith, Lori Pate, Connie Golden, Evelyn Roberson and Tawana Gilbert get supplies
ready for Mentoring Day. A number of disabled persons will be "job shadowing" at several locations in Jackson County
Wednesday. Mentoring Day was arranged by the Florida. Department of Education's Vocational Rehabilitation division. - Mark
Skinner/ Floridan


Day


approaches


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
On Wednesday, a number of disabled per-
sons will "test drive" several jobs in the
community.
They are participating in the Florida
Department of Education's. Disability
Mentoring Day. The event is being carried
out by the department's Vocational
Rehabilitation division.
The day has been observed annually
across the state for several years, but this is
the first time Jackson County will partici-
pate.
The disabled individuals will spend about
four hours at various businesses or facilities.
They will shadow workers in various
occupations to see if the jobs appeal to them
and might be a good fit, according to Cecily
Smith, a vocational rehabilitation consultant
in the local Vocational Rehabilitation office.
Almost a dozen people will participate,
she said.


They'll work at Florida Caverns, Three
Rivers State Park, Falling Waters State Park,
Jackson County Food Service, and other
locations.
"They'll go in and learn about the jobs,
and see if it is something they'd like to do,"
Smith explained. "It's an opportunity to see
what's out there and what might work for
them."
The mentoring sessions will run from 8
a.m. until noon. After that, a ceremony will
be field to present the group with certificates
marking their participation.
Retired veteran Samuel Milton will be the
guest speaker at that event.
Milton, a Jackson County native, was
injured while serving in the Army.
Despite the knee injury, he went on to fin-
ish his three-year stint in the military, and
then spent 34 years with the Dade County
transit system. He was first a driver, and
eventually became a union official. In that
capacity, he advocated for disabled employ-
ees, helping ensure they were treated fairly.


"If they needed special accommodations,
I made sure that happened for them," Milton
said.
Milton said he's looking forward to being
part of the Mentoring Day event.
"This is the first time Jackson County has
done this, and it definitely needs to be an
annual event here. We need to get more peo-
ple involved, because it's important to let
people know that being disabled doesn't
preclude you from being a productive mem-
ber of society," he said. "People shouldn't
allow their disability to hinder them, and
this Mentoring Day will, I hope, drive home
the point."
Milton said he wants to accomplish one
major objective in his talk Wednesday after-
noon.
"I want to let them know that, while every
man should know his limitations, a disabili-
ty should not preclude you from participat-
ing fully in life," he said. "Work, vote, get
involved in your community, in life. Don't
go sit on a shelf."


Civil Air Patrol to sell wreaths for vets


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The local Civil Air Patrol is
coordinating the sale of
Christmas wreaths to be placed
on the graves of Jackson County
veterans. The wreath-laying cer-
emony is Dec. 11. ,
The wreaths, with living
greenery and a large red bow,
cost $15 each. Those wishing to
sponsor a wreath, either for a
loved one or in honor of any vet-
eran who served their country,
can order online or get more
information from a local Civil
Air Patrol member..
The wreaths can be ordered at
www.WreathsAcrossAmerica.o
rg. The wreaths will be shipped


here from Wreaths Across
America and delivered to the
Civil Air Patrol. Pick-up must
be coordinated with the organi-
zation.,
Local contacts
are Larry Lang,
at 482-8310,
Robert Arnold at
573-3231, and
Bruce Adams at
482-1431.
An estimated
Larry Lang 250 veterans lie
in Pinecrest
Cemetery north
of Marianna.
Because of the large number
there, Pinecrest was selected as
the site for a wreath-placing cer-
emony on Dec. 11 at 11 a.m.


Civil Air Patrol cadets, ages 12
through 18, will put the wreaths
on all the graves for which one
was purchased. Wreaths pur-.
chased for veterans in other
cemeteries must be placed by
the purchaser, after they're
picked up at the distribution
point.
Ceremonies similar to the one
at Pinecrest will take place
simultaneously in hundreds of
other communities across the
nation.
In addition to placing wreaths
on individual graves, seven
more will be placed at
Pinecrest's veterans' memorial.
The seven wreaths represent
the Army, Navy, Air Force,
Marines, Coast Guard,


Merchant Marines, and all sol-
diers declared missing in action
or who were prisoners of war.
Bruce Adams is a member of
the Civil Air Patrol. He will par-
ticipate in the ceremony at
Pinecrest Cemetery, and at some
point on Dec. 11 will travel to
the Cottondale Baptist
Cemetery to place a wreath on
the grave of his father, Lonnie
Adams, who died in 1987 and
served in the Army for a little
more than 20 years before retir-
ing as a master sergeant.
Adams said he feels it's
important for Americans to
remember and honor those who
served their country.
See WREATHS, Page 5A >


Early voting began Monday, and
traffic was brisk in all three avail-
able sites, 'according to Jackson
County Supervisor of Elections
Sylvia Stephens. - Mark
Skinner/Floridan



Early




voting




begins


Officials hope

busy start

will continue
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Traffic was brisk Monday on the
first day of early voting, according
to Jackson County Supervisor of
Elections Sylvia Stephens.
As of mid-afternoon, with a few
hours left in the business day, about
200 people had cast their ballots.
There are three early-voting sites
in Jackson County; the Supervisor
of Elections office on Jefferson
Street in Marianna; Graceville City
Hall on Cliff Street: and Sneads
City Hall on Third Avenue.
Stephens said she hopes the busy
start means voter participation will
be higher in the general election
than in this year's primary, which
drew only about 31 percent of regis-
tered voters.
The official election day is Nov.
2, but voters can come in Monday
through Saturday from 8:30 a.m.
until 4:30 p.m. through Oct. 30 to
vote ahead of that -date if they
choose.
Stephens said about a half-dozen
people were waiting when she
arrived at her office just before 8
a.m. Monday. They waited in the
lobby for the early voting to offi-
cially start at 8:30 a.m.
She said there is another indicator
that gives her hope for a big turnout
in this election.
Stephens said she's had more
requests for absentee ballots than
usual. She thinks that may be hap-
pening because people want time to
study the many amendments on the
ballot before they vote. She said
several people have called and said
they don't understand some of the
amendments, based on the summary
which appears on the b.ill.I Some
have requested copies of the full text
of the amendments. That's a request
Stephens has gladly met. She also
refers them to the elections wehsitc.
where they can read the full ver-
sions of the amendments. The web-
site is www.jacksoncountysoI,.org.
I The level of interest seen so far.
she predicts, bodes well lor the final
turnout numbers.


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Today
* 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, crochet-
ing or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at 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 272-7068.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-9
p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

Wednesday, Oct. 20
* Eldercare Services will give out USDA and
Brown Bag food, 8 a.m. at 4297 Liddon St. in
Marianna.
.* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* The Jackson County Tourist Development
Council meets at 10 a.m. in the Jackson County
Administration building, 2864 Madison St.,
Marianna. Call 482-8060.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 12-1
p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
* The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce
Board of Directors meets at 4 p.m. at 4318
Lafayette St., Marianna. Call 482-8060.
* Today is the deadline to order cartons of fresh
fruit in the Marianna High School Band Citrus Sale.
Fundraiser proceeds go to the band's trip to
Washington, D.C. Orders arrive between Nov. 17
and 20. Contact any MHS band member, call 573-
0065, or visit bit.ly/dg10uz.

Thursday, Oct. 21
* Adam Putnam, Republican candidate for Florida
Commissioner of Agriculture, hosts a campaign
meet-and-greet, 7-8 a.m. in the Gazebo Coffee
Shoppe and Deli, 4412 Lafayette St. in downtown
Marianna. Call 863-578-5303.
* St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave. in
Marianna, is having-an October Special Sale: Buy
one, get one free (equal or lesser value) on stuffed
animals, women's/children's shoes, women's small
sizes and purses. Hours are Tuesday and Thursday,
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
* The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce
will conduct a ribbon cutting ceremony for
Covenant Hospice at their new location in Russell
Plaza, 4215 Kelson Avenue, Suite E, Marianna, at
2 p.m. The public is invited for refreshments and
the releasing of butterflies ceremony. Call 482-


8520 or 482-8060.
* A short Tai Chi for Arthritis class is offered at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 3:15 p.m.
Wear flat shoes and loose, comfortable clothing. No
charge. Call 557-5644.
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees con-
venes a contract ad hoc committee meeting at 4:30
p.m. in the hospital classroom.
* The Seventh Annual Chipola Breast Cancer
Symposium begins at 5:30 p,m. in the Assembly of
God District Activity Center, 4792 Highway 90,
Marianna, for a light salad supper and program fea-
turing Carla Falkson and Teresa Goodpaster.
Seating is limited. Call 718-2884.
* Jackson County NAACP meets, 5:30 p.m. at
2880 Orange St., Marianna (behind Bryant
Enterprises). Call 482-3766, 569-1294.
* The Marianna Woman's Club presents the Kirby
Holt Holiday and Christmas Decorating Show, 6
p.m. at the First United Methodist Church Wesley
Center. Holt, AIFD, the owner of Blossom's retail
florist in Chipley will decorate Christmas trees and
design arrangements, wreaths and more. Door
prizes available. Proceeds benefit various Club proj-
ects. Tickets, $10 each, available at the door or
from any Club.member. Call 352-4935, 482-3385.
* Jackson County Quilters' Guild Alford Sit-n-Sew
is the first and third Thursdays of the month, 6-8
p.m. at the American Legion Hall, Alford. Anyone
interested in quilting or sewing is welcome. Call
579-4146, 394-7925.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discussion), 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. 22
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen meet-
ings 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. 23
* The Alford Assembly of God Church Fall Free
Kids Day is 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 1782 Tennessee St.in
Alford, with food, games, prizes, candy a moonwalk
and more. Costume contest at 9 a.m. Donatiords
accepted.
* 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.
* Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 6045 Highway 2 in


Bascom, hosts, a Family Day Harvest Festival 5-8
p.m. for the Malone/Bascom community, with
game stations, adult cake walk, chili cook-off,
roasted peanuts, hot dogs and more. Call 569-
5080.
* Sneads High School kicks off Homecoming
Week (Oct. 23-29) with the Pirate Plunge, 5-6 p.m.
in the SHS gym, followed by a carnival in the SHS
courtyard.
* Ghost Stories by Dale Cox, sponsored by Blue,
Springs Society, C.A.R. and Chipola Chapter,
NSDAR, a fundraiser for "Paws for Patriots," begins
at 5 p.m. in Marianna High School's front parking
lot, 3546 Caverns Road. A donation of $5 per adult,
$3 per teenager, and $1 per child (12 and under) is
requested. Cox will tell "The True Story of the Ghost
of Bellamy Bridge" and other area ghost stories. For
reservations, e-mail snoopyxii60@hotmail.com, or
call 209-4066.

Sunday, Oct. 24
* As part of the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Fine
Arts Series, two barbershop quartets - In-A-Chord
and Revised Edition - perform at 4.p.m. A "Meet
the Artists" reception follows the one-hour concert.
Donations accepted for the series. The church is at
4362 Lafayette St. in Marianna. Call 482-2431.

Monday, Oct. 25
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees con-
venes its regular Finance Committee meeting at
5:30 p.m. in the Hudnall Building community room.
* The F.M. Golson Elementary School Advisory
Council meets at 5:30 p.m. in room 10, building 1
at the school. Public welcome. Call 482-9607.
* Riverside Elementary School hosts Third Grade
Parents' Math Night, 6 p.m. in the media center.
Fourth grade parents will meet Oct. 26; fifth grade,
Oct. 28. Call 482-9611.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-9
p.m. ,at the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

Tuesday, Oct. 26
* The Southeastern Community Blood Center
mobile unit will be at Chipola College, 8 a.m. to 3
p.m., or donate blood at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive in Marianna, Monday-
Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
* The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce will
conduct a ribbon cutting ceremony for Boone Dogs
Deli, 4430 Lafayette St. in downtown Marianna, at 9
a.m. Call 482-4800, 482-8060.
* 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.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, crochet-
ing or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the Jackson
County Senior Citizens center, 2931 Optimist Drive,
Marianna. Call 482-5028.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
Oct. 17, the latest avail-
able report: One reckless
driver, one suspicious
vehicle, four suspicious
incidents, five suspicious
persons, two verbal dis-
turbances, two burglar
alarms, 19 traffic stops,
one noise disturbance,
five assists of other agen-
cies, and two public serv-
ice calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County


Sheriff's Office and
county Fire/Rescue
reported the following
incidents for Oct. 17, the
latest available report:
One miss-
ing juvenile, _-pK
four aban- . .. .
doned vehi- tR'ME
cles, one * ---
suspicious
vehicle, one suspicious
incident, one suspicious
person, one verbal dis-
turbance, two woodland
fires, 10 medical calls,
five burglar alarms,
eight traffic stops, three
larceny complaints, one
criminal mischief com-


plaint, two civil disputes,
one suicide attempt,
three animal complaints,
one assist of a motorist
or pedestrian, one retail
theft, two assists of other
agencies, two public
service calls, one trans-
port, and two
threat/harassment com-
plaints.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- Rex Williford. 20, 6838


Peacock Lane, Grand
Ridge, driving while
license suspended/
revoked.
- Richard Russell, 48,
3720 Bull Run Lane,
Marianna, driving under
the influence, refusing to
submit to DUI test.
- Jesse Alday, 22, 11545
NW Alex McLondon
Lane, Altha, reckless
driving.
- Dennis Speights, 31,
3070 Carters Mill Road,
Marianna, disorderly
conduct, resisting arrest
without violence.
- Brenda Spencer, 50,
4515 Brooks Lane,


Marianna, driving under
the influence.
- Matthew East, 19, 2683
Choctaw Trail,
Marianna, contributing
to the delinquency of a
minor.
Robert Perkins, 39, 7993
Shady Grove Road,
Grand Ridge, dealing in
stolen property

JAIL POPULATION: 204

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


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FCCLLLA Leaaership raining workshop
in Haines City.
FCCLA members from all over
Florida gathered in Haines City to par-
ticipate in leadership activities, attend
workshops and network with other
members.
FCCLA, which stands for Family,
Career, and Community Leaders of
America, is a national vocational stu-
dent organization and an integral com-
ponent of family and consumer sciences
classes.
The organization promotes leader-
ship development through personal,
family, career and community activities.
It is the only high school student organ-
ization whose main focus is to strength-
en the role of the family in society.
Community members interested in
working with the FCCLA program at
Marianna High School can contact club
advisers Tami Hall or Susie. Barber at
482-9605.


Marianna High School FCCLA recently attended the Fall FCCLA
Leadership Training Workshop in Haines City. Shown are Gavin Hall,
Tami Hall (adviser), Kendra Bennett, Rache' Granberry, Cassie Anderson,
Jasmine Alonso and Susie Barber (adviser). - Contributed photo


Jackson County Floridan * Tuesday, October 19, 2010 - 3A


Butterfly release slated


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Covenant Hospice will
conduct a ribbon cutting
ceremony and butterfly
release at 2 p.m. on
Thursday, at its new
branch office, 4215
Kelson Ave., Suite E, in
Marianna.


The Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce
will be on hand for the
ribbon cutting ceremony,
and Covenant Hospice
will release 60 butterflies
in honor of its new loca-
tion and patients for
whom the not-for-profit
organization has cared.


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District governor visits club


From left, Kathy Sloan, past president, Altrusa International of
Marianna, left, and Kathy Milton, vice president, Altrusa
International of Marianna, right, welcome Altrusa International
District Three Governor Robin Hall. Hall visited the Marianna-club on
Monday, Oct. 11, when she enlighted members about district- and
national-level Altrusa activities. Altrusa's theme for this year is
"Altrusans in Action: Our Light Shines Bright!" - Contributed photo


Concert aids

Relay for Life
,I
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Nashville recording artist Shane
Owens will be in concert Friday, Oct.
29, at Citizens Lodge in Marianna, as
part of a benefit event for the
American Cancer Society Relay for
Life.
Advanced tickets
may .be purchased at
The Westerner in
SChipley, The Barn in
Dothan, Ala., Beef
'O'Brady's in
S Marianna or Signature
S HealthCare at the
Courtyard.
Shane Tickets are $5 each
Owens (children 10 and under,
free). All proceeds will
benefit the American Cancer Society
Relay for Life.
Gates open at 4 p.m. Thermal
Image will be on stage until 6 p.m.,
and the Shane Owens show begins at
7 p.m.
No coolers please. Food and drink
will be available.
,For more information, call 526-
2000.


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Marianna Optimist Club
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Grainger, left, and.Marianna
Optimist Club President Wade
Mercer, right, welcome Bill
Stanton, director of the
Jackson County Development
Council. Stanton recently
spoke to club members about
property taxes generated by
local businesses. For informa-
tion on the Club, call 718-
6384. - Contributed photo


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From left, Ouida Morris, Gina Stuart and Lori Harris
attend the 94th Annual Florida Realtors Convention and
Trade Expo .in Orlando. - Contributed photo
Three local Realtors attend
Florida's largest real estate event of
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Subscribe!


Chipola Area Board of
Realtors President Ouida
Morris, Gina Stuart, CABR
director, and Lori Harris,
CABR executive director,
recently attended the 94th
Annual Florida Realtors
Convention and Trade Expo
at the Rosen Shingle Creek
in Orlando.
The annual convention
and trade show brings real-
tors from around the state
together to discuss and vote
on key issues that shape their
profession and state associa-
tion.
In addition to committee
meetings, members attend
educational seminars on top-
ics such as getting the most
out of the latest technology,
using social networking as a
marketing tool, customer
relationship management,
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clients, and real estate indus-
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Judge skeptical


of law challenge


BY BILL KACZOR
A'�s'sc \TiD PiEiS

TALLAHASSEE. Fla.
- A federal judge
expressed skepticism about
the motives of a libertarian
group that asked him on
Monday to block enforce-
ment of Florida's campaign
finance law governing
political action committees
and similar groups.
U.S. District Judge
* Robert Hinkle did not
-immediately rule on the
Institute for Justice's
request for a temporary
injunction that would cover
groups raising between
$500 and $5,000 before the
Nov. 2 election.
The Arlington, Va.-based
organization filed the case
on behalf of four clients
from the Sarasota area who
ultimately want the law
thrown out.
Until then, an injuction
would let them pool money
for radio ads opposing a
proposed state constitution-
al amendment on land plan-
ning without registering
with the state and telling
who gave the cash and what
it was spent on. They also(
want Hinkle to block anoth-
er requirement that the ads
include a disclaimer saying
who bought them.
Hinkle questioned
whether the lawsuit was
"just a little too conven-
ient" because, it was filed
little more than a month
before the election and
claims the plaintiffs plan to
spend $600 - just $100
more than the minimum for
which reporting is required.
He was worried it might be
a ploy to get a ruling based
on a hypothetical rather
than factual scenario.
"If a group of law stu-
dents got together to create
a fictitious case this could-
n't have been done better,"'
Hinkle said. He asked the
institute's lawyer, Paul
Sherman, "Are these real
people?"


Sherman assured they
were and argued they have
a right to free political
speech without burden-
some state regulations. The
lawsuit says they won't buy
the ads if they have to com-
ply with the law.
"If they don't get to
speak before this election
their opportunity will be
lost forever," Sherman said.
Hinkle said he was
unsure if he'd decide by a
week before Election Day
as Sherman requested so
he'd have enough time to
appeal if necessary.
The institute has filed
challenges against similar
laws in at least two other
states, Colorado and
Washington. It also has
launched a campaign urg-
ing states to avoid litigation
by changing their disclo-
sure laws.
Sherman based his argu-
ment on a recent U.S.
Supreme Court decision
lifting restrictions on cor-
porate and union political
spending.
The state's lawyer,
Jonathan Glogau, said that
ruling gave corporations
and unions the same right
individuals have to spend
on behalf of candidates or
issues free of disclosure
requirements. If they pool
money with other entities
or individuals, though,
those funds are still subject
to disclosure requirements,
Glogau said.
.He also said the state's
filing and disclosure
requirements are not bur-
densome because each con-
sists of one or two pages
that can be filled out in
minutes.
The case is one of two
pending in federal court
attacking Florida's cam-
paign financing laws. The
second case was filed in
Gainesville by the National
Organization for Marriage,
which wants to refer to can-
didates in ads and direct
mail.


STATE



Meek touts


middle-class


campaign focus


BY JENNIFER KAY
ASSOCIATED PRESS

MIAMI - Kendrick
Meek had other stops to
make in north Florida, but
he didn't want to leave the
sunny stadium parking lot
where his supporters
grilled hot dogs and ham-
burgers ' before a
Jacksonville Jaguars game.
"It's like when I'm fish-
ing - I want to catch one
more," Meek said before
stepping back into the
stream of football fans
heading for the gate.
It's how he started his
campaign for the U.S.
Senate. One by one, voter
by voter, one personal
introduction and hand-
shake at a time.
Instead of writing a
check, Meek himself
courted support in grocery
store parking lots and
became the first Florida
Senate candidate ever to
qualify for the ballot by
petition, gathering more
than 150,000 signatures
statewide.
Now in the last weeks of
a bruising campaign, trail-
ing badly in the polls, the
Democrat is telling voters:
I'm still here. This isn't
over. Each vote matters.
Things looked better
when he declared his can-
didacy in January 2009 in
the front yard of his mod-
est suburban Miami home.


At the time, Meek had a
lock on the Democratic
nomination while Gov.
Charlie Crist appeared to
be the likely Republican
nominee..
Barack Obama was
about to become the first
black U.S. president, and
Meek's mother, former
U.S. Rep. Carrie Meek,
herself a pioneer in Florida
politics, mused that her
son could become the
state's first black senator.
More than a year and a
half of campaigning later,
Meek battled his way out
of a primary against a big-
spending billionaire only
to struggle to gain momen-
tum in a three-way race.
He's chasing Democratic
voters along with Crist,
now an independent, while
the Republican nominee,
Marco Rubio, enjoys a tea
party boost in the polls;
He has denied rumors
that he's dropping out of
the race to support Crist.
Though Rubio and other
Republicans nationwide
have made gains by criti-.
cizing the president, Meek
hasn't shied away from
supporting Obama.
During the first' two gen-
eral election debates,
Meek defended his vote
for the health care over-
haul and said the $787 bil-
lion stimulus kept the
country out of a depres-
sion.


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Race for Fla. CFO


gets little attention


BY MELISSA NELSON
ASSOCIATED PRESS

PENSACOLA, Fla. -
Although Florida's next
chief financial officer
will take charge during
one of the rockiest times
in the state's financial
history, the race has
received little attention
amid higher-profile races
for the U.S: Senate and
governor.
Florida Senate
President Jeff Atwater, a
Republican, and
Democrat Loranne
Ausley, an attorney and
former state representa-
tive from Tallahassee, are
vying to replace
Democratic gubernatorial
candidate Alex Sink in
the post, which many
consider the state's sec-
ond-most powerful.
The winner will take
charge of a 2,000-
employee agency that has
a $200 million annual
budget. It oversees the
state's treasury, insurance
department, fire mar-
shal's office and depart-


ment of banking and
finance.
The CFO is part of the
Cabinet and with the gov-
ernor, attorney general
and agriculture oommis-
sioner has a vote on par-
dons and serves on the
board of several state
agencies.
Atwater, a 52-year-old
North Palm Beach
banker, has a three-to-one
fundraising advantage
and an edge in name
recognition. But some
polls have shown the con-
test the closest of among
cabinet races.
Ausley, 47, has
attacked Atwater for his
banking ties, allegations
of coziness to Tallahassee
lobbyists and for waste-
ful spending by approv-
ing a $48 million
Tallahassee appellate
courthouse called the
"Taj Mahal" by critics.
Both candidates say the
CFO has a crucial finical
watchdog responsibility
that, will be key in
improving the state's
economic fortunes.


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Jackson County Floridan * Tuesday, October 19, 2010 - 5A


Oil still taints Pensacola beaches


BY ROB SHAW
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE

Rebecca Baltz keeps a watch-
ful eye on her daughter as she
plows her fingers through the
sand at the water's edge. "Don't
dig too deep," she cautions 3-
year-old Emma. Across town, in
the business district where busi-
ness is not so hot, Jeff Elbert wor-
ries whether cash register
receipts will ever increase.
"There have been a lot of
sleepless nights," said Elbert,
whose family has owned a sou-
venir shop for more than 3Q years
and who has seen his revenue
drop by 30 percent. "It's certain-
ly a scary situation."
On the surface, the businesses
and the beaches look just fine. -
But if you dig a little deeper,
you find that's not the case.
Pensacola Beach's sugar-white
sands used to be famous for all
the right reasons - they were
pristine and lured vacationers
from all over the world.
But in June, a few weeks after
the Deepwater Horizon well blew
out and started spewing 200 mil-
lion gallons of oil into the Gulf of.
Mexico, they became famous for
all the wrong reasons.
First, tar balls started washing
up. Then, the national media
descended upon the area. Finally,
giant mats of oil washed ashore,
forcing state officials to close
Pensacola Beach.
On some parts of the beach,
children these days dig in the
sand and build sand castles, just
as they have for decades. On
other parts of the beach, workers
labor on their hands and knees
using their own rakes, shovels
and sifters.
Nearly six months after the
well gave way, triggering the
biggest gusher in U.S. history, the
stain and the taint remain.
Elbert's mother was .an artist
who began hand-painting sand
dollars three decades ago in the


Rebecca Baltz shows her daughter Emma Baltz, 3, where not to
play in the sand on Pensacola Beach in Pensacola Sunday. Tourism
in te area is lower than expected after the BP well that. blew out
on April 20 in the Gulf of Mexico, creating the worst offshore oil
spill in U.S. history. The Deepwater Horizon explosion killed 11
workers and led to 206 million gallons of oil being released from
BP's well a mile beneath the Gulf. The well gushed for three months
before being capped and then permanently sealed in September.
-Michael Spooneybarger/Tampa Tribune


family's souvenir store on
Pensacola Beach,
Now he sells T-shirts, toe rings,
boogie boards, inflatable toys and
anything else that is good on or
near the water.
But for nearly six months, he
has had trouble keeping his head
above water.
"I can equate it to a slow-
motion hurricanes" Elbert said.
"During a hurricane, you know
what is coming and you know
what you are facing. "This was.
something in slow motion, like a
terribly bad dream," he added. "It
is a tragedy that has affected peo-
ple's lives. It's something that has
been very personal."
Hotels saw bookings plummet.
Vacationers found somewhere


else to stay on the beach -
Georgia, South Carolina, any
place but Florida. When the num-
ber of visitors plunged, so did the
cash register receipts.
"You can't take 30 percent of
people's income away and expect
them to survive, especially with
the way the economy has been
the last few years," Elbert said.
"Some people have been forced
to close:"
Fred Simmons has not had to
.close, but he has. had the worst
year in decades.
He owns a hotel and bar and
grill that overlook the beautiful
waters of the bay. He also sells
houses and rents vacation homes
on the beach.
"It's been tough," Simmons


I


said. "We've been down as much
as 60 percent this summer." *
Hardest hit was the beach
house rental business. Simmons
wonders whether the people who
used to come to Pensacola Beach
will ever return.
*"You never know if they went
somewhere for vacation and
found some place they enjoyed as
much or more," he said. "And
maybe they won't return next
year."
Simmons and Elbert say things
improved slightly last month, as
several special events were held
to lure people to the beaches.
John Pinzino doesn't agree.
"If anything, it has gotten
worse," said Pinzino, who owns
Island Realty. "In all the 45 years
I have been in the business, it's
never been like this."
There are a lot of properties
available in the area, and a lot of
bargains to be had. But no one is
buying because of the fear of
what still could come and
because of the stigma from sever-
al months ago.
"We were minding our own
business and the oil came,"
Pinzino said. "It's not our fault,
but there are a lot of people ready
to throw in the towel."
Rebecca Baltz stands ready
with a towel in case Emma comes
across something bad during her
excavations.
"There are always little tar
balls. Sometimes she will come
up with some black stuff," said
the mother, who lives in
Pensacola with her daughter.
"You expect it because you have
seen it so often."
When they lived in Alabama
before moving here six years ago,
the two visited Pensacola Beach
for vacation.
"It used to be our favorite place
to come," she said. "We kind of
fell in love with it."
The sparkling blue-green
waters. The sand that looks as
pure as snow. It was their own


Panhandle Youth Expo successes


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Organizers report that
community spirit, effort
and financial contribu-
tions resulted in success-
ful youth livestock shows
this year. The shows are
normally held in conjunc-
tion with the Jackson
County Fair.
Swine Show and Sale
Swine entries were
down slightly, partly
because of the scramble to
set the schedule, find
sponsors, and get rules
written, printed and into
the hands of 4-H and FFA
members.
Fifty-one barrows and
gilts were divided into
five weight classes, and
top honors were given to
4-H member Wesley
Rogers, owner of the
Grand Champion hog. Not
to be outdone, 4-H mem-
ber Haley Dime proved
herself with the Reserve.
Champion hog.
Winners of the individ-
ual weight classes are as
follows:
- Class 1 (210-227
pounds): First-place hog
owned by Caroline Rogers
(Marianna FFA).
- Class 2 (230-239
pounds): First-place hog
owned by Haley Dime
(Jackson County 4-H).
- Class 3 (240-249
pounds): First-place hog


Wreaths
Continued From Page 1A
Wreaths Across America
was formed as an extension
of the Arlington National
Cemetery Wreath Project,
as communities around the
country expressed a desire
to emulate the original cere-
mony.
The Arlington National
Ceemtery project began in
1992, and was started by
Morrill Worcester. He
donated and placed 5,000
Christmas wreaths that
year, and did it annually
from then on.
With the advent of the
Internet, his gesture entered
the national spotlight in
2005.
That year, someone took
a picture of the green and
red wreaths against a blan-
ket of snow that had fallen
in the cemetery, and put the
image on thie Internet.
The image prompted
communities to hold similar
ceremonies of their own,
and Wreaths Across
America was founded in
response.


,owned by Jason Barwick
(Marianna FFA).
- Class 4 (250-269
pounds): First-place hog
owned by Hayley Helms
(Jackson County 4-H).
- Class , 5 (271-295
pounds): First-place hog
owned by Wesley Rogers
(Jackson County 4-H).
Of the hogs that
showed, only 12 went to
sale, with the rest of the
swine returning to the
farm for additional finish-
ing before next month's
National Peanut Festival.
Sales averaged 95 cents
per pound, with three
hogs selling at $1.10 per
pound.
Swine Showmanship
Contest
Tuesday's main show
event was preceded by the
Showmanship Contest.
Contestants demonstrated
their ability to guide, posi-
tion and control their ani-
mals using a show stick,
while keeping one hand
literally behind their back.
Tyler Lawrence
(Jackson County 4-H)
took top honors in the
Junior Division, and Mary
Katherine Pittman
(Marianna FFA) won the
Intermediate Division.
Dylan Jackson
(Marianna FFA) bested
over 35 other high school
showmen to win the
Senior Division.


Wesley Rogers and swine judge Paul Wigley are pic-
tured with Wesley's Grand Champion hog. -
Contributed photo


Swine judge Paul Wigley and Hayley Dime are pictured
with Hayley's Reserve Champion hog. - Contributed
photo


Police charge


two with DU I
STAFF REPORT

Two people were arrested on a charge of
driving under the influence in Marianna last
weekend, one on Saturday
B and the other on Sunday.
,On Saturday, officers with
the Marianna Police
Department pulled over a
white Ford Explorer, which
was eastbound on Lafayette
Street without the headlights
Rochard D. on. The driver, 48-year-old
Russell Richard Russell of
Marianna, was found to be
driving under the influence
of alcohol at the time and
charged with that offense,
according to a press release
from the police department.
On Sunday, Marianna offi-
cers pulled over a white
Mazda car which was
Brenda M. allegedly swerving and
Spencer sometimes traveling into the
wrong lane, while heading
south on Penn Avenue. The driver, 50-year-
old Brenda Spencer of Marianna, was sub-
sequently charged with driving under the
influence of alcohol.


Police Taser

'irate' man

STAFF REPORT

Marianna police Tasered a man who
allegedly became combative with the
officers who were trying to arrest him
Saturday.
According to a press release from
the Marianna Police Department, offi-
cers were at Marianna Garden
Apartments when a
woman approached
them. Officers said she
was being chased by a
man later identified as
Dennis Speights, a 31-
year-old resident of the
complex.
Dennis C. As officers inter-
Speights vened, Speights
"became irate and
began to shout at officers," according
to the news release. When officers told
him he was under arrest, Speights
"became physically combative
towards officers," the release stated.
Unable to gain control of Speights as
they tried to subdue him, officers
eventually Tasered and restrained him.
Speights is charged with disorderly
conduct and resisting arrest without
violence.
T


Judge skeptical


of campaign


law challenge


BY BILL KACZOR
ASSOCIATED PRESS

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.
- A federal judge
expressed skepticism about
the motives of a libertarian
group that asked him on
Monday to block enforce-
ment of Florida's campaign
finance law governing
political action committees
and similar groups.
U.S. District Judge
Robert . Hinkle did not
immediately rule on the
Institute for Justice's
request for a temporary
injunction that would cover
groups raising between
$500 and $5,000 before the
Nov. 2 election.
. The Arlington, Va.-based
organization filed the case
on behalf of four clients
from the Sarasota area who
ultimately want the law
thrown out.
Until then, an injuction
would let them pool money
for radio ads opposing a
proposed state constitu-
tional amendment on land
planning without register-
ing with the . state and
telling who gave the cash
and what it was spent on.
They also want Hinkle to
block another requirement
that the ads include a dis-
claimer saying who bought
them.
Hinkle questioned
whether the lawsuit was
"just a little too conven-
ient" because it was filed
little more than a month
before the election and
claims the plaintiffs plan to
spend $600 - just $100
more than the minimum for
which reporting is
required. He was worried it
might be a ploy to get a rul-
ing based on a hypothetical
rather than factual sce-
nario.
"If a group of law stu-
dents got together to create
a fictitious case this could-
n't have been done better,"
Hinkle said. He asked the
institute's lawyer, Paul
Sherman, "Are these real
people?"
Sherman assured they
were and argued they have
a right to free political
speech without burden-
some state regulations. The
lawsuit says they won't
buy the ads if they have to
comply with the law.
"If they don't get to
speak before this election


their opportunity will be
lost forever," Sherman said.
Hinkle said he was
unsure if he'd decide by a
week before Election Day
.as Sherman requested so
he'd have enough time to
appeal if necessary.
The institute has filed
challenges against similar
laws in at least two other
states, Colorado and
Washington. It also has
launched a campaign urg-
ing states to avoid litigation
by changing their disclo-
sure laws.
Sherman based his argu-
ment on a recent U.S.
Supreme Court decision
lifting restrictions on cor-
porate and union political
spending.
The state's lawyer,
Jonathan Glogau, said that
ruling gave corporations
and unions the same right
individuals have to spend
on behalf of candidates or
issues free of disclosure
requirements. If they pool
money with other entities
or individuals, though,
those funds are still subject
to disclosure requirements,
Glogau said.
He also said the state's
filing and disclosure
requirements are not bur-
densome because each
consists of, one or two
pages that can be filled out
in minutes.
The case is one of two
pending in federal court
attacking Florida's cam-
paign financing laws. The
second case was filed in
Gainesville by the National
Organization for Marriage,
which wants to refer to
candidates in ads and direct
mail. No hearing has yet
been set.
That suit challenges
another law governing
what are known as elec-
tioneering communications
organizations. They don't
fall under the definition of
a PAC but sponsor adver-
tising "susceptible of no
reasonable interpretation
other than an appeal to vote
for or against a specific
candidate."
That language is too
vague, the lawsuit claims.
The law was rewritten this
year to fix problems cited
in a court ruling obtained
last year by the Institute for
Justice, which is not
involved in the new chal-
lenge.


piece of paradise.
Until June and July, that is.
During those two months, the
two never once came out to the
beach. "Before, I thought it was a
health threat," Baltz said. "I did-
'n't even want to come to the
beach."
Now that hesitation has disap-
peared - mostly.
"I didn't want to tell her she
couldn't come to the beach at
all," the mother said. "This is her
favorite place to come."
While Emma digs in the gooey
sand where the waves wash
ashore,.cleanup workers in bright
vests labor nearby.
They rake, they shovel, they
sift the sand, trying to find tar
balls and oil remnants hidden
below the surface. On their hands
and knees, they pick up contami-
nated sand with gloves.
In some locations, giant
machines suck up sand, attempt
to separate the oil and return the
clean grains to the beach. It is
that buried oil that has become a
point of consternation for local
officials.
"What I have been trying to do
is get them to sift the sand more
than 6 inches down," said Buck
Lee of the Santa Rosa., Island
Authority. "If we run across
some, then I feel that we need to
go down farther. Whether it's 12
inches or 24 inches, we need to
do that."
But a dispute about whether
cleanup workers could harm
buried ancient artifacts has made
deeper digging impossible for
now.
"It's been a complete cluster,"
Lee said.
Whether they dig deep or dig
shallow, Rebecca Baltz. just
wants the stain and the taint to go
away. She wants Pensacola
Beach returned to the way it was
before April 20 changed so many
lives along the Gulf Coast.
"It's a great place to live," she
said, "except for the oil."


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Rare political species: Dems who tout health law


WASHINGTON - It happens
so rarely, it makes news: A few
Democratic candidates have start-
ed to run television ads daring to
defend President Barack Obama's
health care overhaul.
Most Democrats are trying to
avoid campaigning on what should
have been the party's signature
issue, but the lonely bunch who've
stuck their necks out may finally
be hitting on a message. Some are
using constituents to vouch for
specific benefits that only recently
took effect, changes whose poll-
tested popularity isn't in question.
The argument won't stop on
Nov. 2. Democrats will have to
keep defending the health care law
in the next Congress and on into
the 2012 presidential and congres-
sional campaign. And they badly


need to find their voice with a mes-
sage that can connect with middle-
class voters.
"One thing has helped them,"
said Celinda Lake, a Democratic
pollster. "On Sept. 23, a bunch of
benefits went into effect, and
Democrats had something real to
talk about as opposed to theoreti-
cal. If they don't talk about it,
they'll get attacked, so they might
as well put out their own point of
view."
The law's big coverage expan-
sion to more than 30 million unin-
sured people doesn't come until
2014, along with a complete ban
on insurers turning away those
with medical problems. But peo-
ple now renewing their plan for
next year are already starting to
see some benefits, including pre-
ventive services without copay-
ments and coverage for young
adults up to age 26 on a parent's


policy.
There's no authoritative tally of
the ads run by Democrats on
health care, but a rough count sug-
gests that those who voted against
the law are advertising it more
than those who supported its hard-
fought passage. At least a dozen
Democrats have taken pains in
their ads to remind constituents
that they voted "No."
Rep. Gene Taylor, D-Miss.,
labeled the plan "Obamacare,"
adopting the disparaging term
Republicans are fond of. And Rep.
Mike Ross, D-Ark., has a new ad
that says "he stood up to (Speaker
Nancy) Pelosi and Washington
insiders and voted against their
health care overhaul."
Still, at least seven Democrats
have run ads in favor of the new
law. Most are in competitive races,
and more are cropping up.
They have common themes.


Almost all attempt to link
Republican opponents to the
health insurance industry. They
focus on benefits already in effect,
such as protection for children
against being denied coverage
because of medical problems, and
some use constituents in cameo
appearances.
A template of sorts is an ad by
embattled Sen. Russell Feingold,
D-Wis., first aired around the
beginning of the month. It hits all
the themes, and finishes with con-
stituents telling his opponent busi-
nessman Ron Johnson: "Hands off
my health care."
Bring it on, say Republicans.
"I'm all for letting Democrats
spend their money defending a bill
most people don't want," said
Glen Bolger, a GOP pollster.
"They are talking small-ball stuff,
and the American people are look-
ing at the big picture and not liking


what they're seeing."
Bolger says Republicans don't
have to back off their "repeal and
replace" slogan, even if Democrats
are becoming .bolder about the
issue.
But Republicans may have to
tweak the message. "You have to
make it clear that there are certain
elements of the bill that would be
in the Republican plan as well,"
said Bolger. Translation: Small-
ball can win a close game, too.
It was eight months ago that
Obama and his administration
toasted passage of the health care
bill - with champagne on the
Truman balcony at the White
House,- and Democrats boasted
that voters would hail the law. The
party saw it as an achievement that
had eluded scores of presidents,
and perhaps cost Democrats con-
trol of Congress in President Bill
Clinton's first midterms.


Space shuttle Discovery leaking


BY MARCIA DUNN
ASSOCIATED PRESS
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Space
shuttle Discovery is leaking on the
launch pad.
If it isn't fixed soon, the small fuel
leak could delay Discovery's planned
launch on Nov. 1. The flight to the
International Space Station will be
Discovery's last.
Shuttle engineers met Monday after-
noon to put together a repair plan. Later


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asking for

order delay
BY JULIE WATSON
ASSOCIATED PRESS
RIVERSIDE, Calif. - A
federal judge said on
Monday that she is inclined
to deny a government
request to delay her order
that immediately stopped
the military from enforcing
its ban on openly gay serv-
ice members.
U.S. District Judge
Virginia Phillips said she
would review the arguments
from Justice Department
lawyers and issue a ruling
Monday.
If she rejects the request,
the Justice Department
could move to appeal at
what experts say are likely
to be more friendly venues:
the U.S. Court of Appeals
for the 9th Circuit in San
Francisco and, ultimately,
the U.S. Supreme Court.
"The further the decision
gets from the presentation
of evidence in the trial
court, the more likely it is.
that courts will assume the
military must have some
critically important interest
at stake," said Diane Mazur,
a law professor who oppos-
es the policy.
The military has prom-
ised to abide by the injunc-
tion against the "don't ask,
don't tell" policy as long as
her order remained in place.
Government attorneys
had asked Phillips for the
temporarily halt while they
appealed, saying that forc-
ing an abrupt change of pol-
icy could damage troop
morale at a time of war.
Phillips issued her land-
mark ruling on Sept. 9,
declaring the policy uncon-
stitutional. She said the pol-
icy violated due process
rights, freedom of speech
and the right to petition the
government for redress of
grievances guaranteed by
the First Amendment.
At the time, she asked
both sides to give her input
about an injunction.
On Monday, Phillips
called the government
request "untimely," saying
Justice Department lawyers
had plenty of opportunity to
modify her injunction
before she ordered it last
Tuesday.
Phillips also said the gov-
ernment did not present evi-
dence at the trial to show
how her order would cause
irreparable harm to troops.
Justice Department attor-
ney Paul Freeborne told her
the government had no rea-
son to respond until her
order came down. He said
her nationwide injunction
was unrealistic.
"You're requiring the
Department of Justice to
implement a massive policy
change, a policy change that
may be reversed upon
appeal," Freeborne told her.

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Lady Bulldogs blow past Cottondale


Marianna volleyball team earns sweep


BY SHELIA MADE
FLORJDAN CORRESPONDENT

The Marianna High School
Lady Bulldogs volleyball team
picked up a pair of wins over the
visiting Cottondale Lady Hornets
Thursday night.
The junior varsity squad also
won their match in two games,
while the varsity took their match


in three games.
'In varsity action, the Lady
Bulldogs won game one 25-13,
and game two 25-23.
Game three was all Marianna,
25-15.
Marianna took charge early in
the first game and never looked
back.
In the second game, Marianna
coach Belinda Christopher


cleared her bench, giving her sen-
iors a rest.
In the final game, she mixed it
up with her seniors and under-
classmen to secure the match.
Marianna was led in serves by
Michelle Bassin with 16 service
points and six aces.
Eron Milton had 14 points and
four aces, while Meaghan Hinson
had 10 service points.
. Ciara Ham was on the board
with nine points, while Hali Stout
picked up seven service points.


Cayce Griffin picked up six
service points and three aces.
The jayvee Lady Bulldogs
recorded a 25-13 win in the first
game, with Marianna taking total
control in a 25-6 game two victo-
ry.
Reagan Oliver led the Lady
Bulldogs with 15 service points
and eight aces, followed by April
Harrison with eight points and
three aces.
Megan Tillman recorded six
service ,points and two aces,


while Ashtin McMullian picked
up four points and one ace.
Leading the team in spikes and
kills was Tia Bass with four
spikes and two kills.
Kaydee Nance had three spikes
and two kills, while McMullian
was on the board with three
spikes and one kill.
Marianna and Cottondale were
scheduled to face off again
Monday night, with Cottondale
hosting. Results of those games
were not available at press time.


MIAMI DOLPHINS




Staying





power


Overtime win over Packers
shows the Dolphins have it


BY STEVEN WINE
AP SPORTS WRITER
DAVIE - The Miami
Dblphins wanted to show
they were 60-minute men.
They went 66 minutes
instead.
Miami had plenty of
staying power in an over-
time victory at Green Bay,
a big change after consecu-
tive losses at home, when
second-half lapses made
for very unhappy endings.
"It's definitely something
to build on," safety
Yeremiah Bell said
Monday. "We talked about
it the night before the
game: playing a complete
game and not beating our-
selves. It was very satisfy-
ing, especially coming off
two losses. It puts a good
taste in your mouth.
Hopefully we can keep that
taste for a long time, and
guys can get used to it."
The Dolphins twice came
from behind, and for the
first time this season, they
outscored an opponent after
halftime. Dan Carpenter's
44-yard field goal six min-
utes into overtime gave
Miami a 23-20 victory.
The Dolphins (3-2) will
likely need four solid quar-
ters again Sunday to beat
AFC North leader
Pittsburgh (4-1). Pro Bowl
tackle Jake Long expects
the win at Green Bay to
provide momentum.
"This is a big step for us
to show that we can come
back and don't panic,"
Long said.
In back-to-back defeats
against the Jets and
Patriots, the Dolphins
shriveled under the glare of


prime time. The latter loss
was especially dishearten-
ing because Miami was
outscored 35-7 in the sec-
ond half.
Coach Tony Sparano
reminded his team of that-
collapse at halftime Sunday
in Green Bay, when the
score was 10-10.
"We got in the locker and
talked long and hard about
how two weeks ago we had
the opportunity to control
what happened in the sec-
ond half of the game, and
from the outset we didn't
do it," Sparano said. "We
wanted to change that."
And they did. The
Dolphins mounted a 59-
yard scoring drive to start
the second half, then scored
again on Chad Henne's 22-
yard pass to Anthony
Fasano - their first fourth-
quarter TD this season.
In overtime, they forced
a three-and-out by Green
Bay to set up Carpenter's
kick. Special teams closed
out the victory and were
sound throughout after a
meltdown in the loss to
New England.
The big plays were a big
change for a team that had
been outscored 69-32 after
halftime this season.
"It's good having those
experiences under your belt
and being able to draw on
them in times of need,
especially for the young
guys on the team," Fasano
said.
Miami won with balance
- 39 passes, 39 runs, 73
yards rushing for Ronnie
Brown and 64 for Ricky
Williams. The Dolphins'
150 yards rushing were a
season high.


ABOVE: Miami
Dolphins wide
receiver Brian
Hartline (82)
makes a recep-
tion over Green
Bay Packers cor-
nerback Charles.
Woodson (21)
Sunday during
the second half of
an NFL game
Sunday in Green
Bay, Wis. The
Dolphins won 23-
20 in overtime.

AT LEFT: Miami
Dolphins' Dan
Carpenter kicks
the game-win-
ning field goal
out of the hold of
Brandon Fields
(2) Sunday.
against the Green
Bay Packers.
- AP photos


"This is a big step for us to show that
we come back and don't panic."
-Yeremiah Bell, Dolphins' safety


NLCS


Oswalt


helps


Phillies


square


series

Game 4 is today
in San Francisco

PHILADELPHIA (AP)
- Roy Oswalt was an ace
on the mound, pesky at the
plate and daring on the
bases.
Call that a complete game
- sort of.
Oswalt pitched eight
dominant innings, Jimmy
Rollins drove in four runs
and the Philadelphia
Phillies beat the San
Francisco. Giants 6-1
Sunday night to even the
NL championship series at
one game apiece.
"I think the biggest thing
is it's momentum," Oswalt
said.
A day after Tim
Lincecum outdueled. Roy
Halladay in a marquee
matchup of aces, Oswalt
beat Jonathan Sanchez.
The series shifts to San
Francisco for Game 3 on
Tuesday afternoon. Matt
Cain faces Philadelphia's
Cole Hamels, the 2008
World Series MVP.
Oswalt allowed one run
and three hits, striking out
nine. He also singled using
one of Rollins' bats and
scored a run after racing
through a coach's stop sign
in the seventh.
Instead of his pitching,
everyone wanted to know
what he was thinking on the
bases.
"First thing in my mind
was score," Oswalt said.
"When I got halfway, I saw
the stop sign. I said it's too
late now. No turning back."
Rollins kidded Oswalt
about it.
"It was a nice slide," he
said. "That was something I
would do. Actually, I proba-
bly wouldn't have needed to
slide."
Cody Ross hit his third
solo homer in two games
for the Giants, who struck
out 10 times.


Oklahoma, Oregon ahead of Boise State in BCS


BY RALPH RUSSO
AP COLLEGE FOOTBALL WRITER
The first BCS standings are
out and Boise State is already
chasing a couple of teams from
the power conferences.
Oklahoma was first and
Oregon was second Sunday,
with Boise State in third place
and in need of plenty of help to
become the first team from a
conference without an automat-
ic Bowl Championship Series
bid to play for the BCS title.
Jerry Palm, who analyzes the
BCS standings at
collegebcs.com, said despite a
better early season showing in
the polls than ever before,
Boise State is a long shot to
play for the national title.
"They just need too much to
happen to get excited about
their chances," Palm said.
With 10 undefeated teams in
major college football, there's


serious potential for BCS con-
troversy this season, even
beyond whether Boise State
from the Western Athletic
Conference or maybe a
Mountain West Conference
team such as TCU or Utah gets
a chance to play in the biggest
BCS game,
The Sooners from the Big 12
and Ducks from the Pac-10
begin this race from the front
row, but they can't quite say
they're in control of it. Only
once in 12 seasons of the BCS
have the teams that were at the
top of the first standings played
in the championship game.
That was 2005 with Southern
California and Texas.
"We're going up to play a 6-
0 team at Missouri, and they're
not handing anything out right
now," Oklahoma coach Bob
Stoops said. "It means
absolutely nothing."
With the possibility of unde-


feated champions coming out
of the Southeastern Conference
and Big Ten, Stoops is proba-
bly right.
Auburn is fourth in the BCS
standings, followed by TCU
and LSU. Michigan State from
the Big Ten is seventh. None of
those teams have lost yet.
Alabama is eighth and unbeat-
en Utah is ninth. LSU and
Auburn play Saturday.
"I would be shocked if the
winner didn't jump Boise next
week in the polls," Palm said.
And if the winner jumps the
Broncos in the polls, it's .a lock
to jump them in the BCS stand-
ings.
In fact, if one of the SEC's
Tigers goes 13-0, it wouldn't be
the least bit surprising to see
that team in the BCS title game
no matter whahQklahoma and
Oregon do.
The Sooners took first place
by grading out No. 1 in the


computer ratings. Oklahoma,
coming off a 52-0 victory
against Iowa State, is No. 3 in
the USA Today coaches' poll
and No. 4 in the Harris poll.
, Oregon is No. 1 in all the
polls, including the AP Top 25
which is not used in the BCS
calculations, but rated eighth in
the computer rankings.
Boise State is No. 2 in all the
polls and seventh according to
the computers, but the math
leaves the Broncos third in the
BCS standings.
"The computers do not like
this team," Palm said.
The poll voters like Boise
State better than they ever have,
but still not enough.
The problem, as always for
Boise State, is the strength of
schedule. Early nonconference
victories against Virginia Tech
and Oregon State help the
Broncos. But the WAC sched-
ule mostly drags them down.


Boise State football fans are seeing red
after the first BCS standings were
released Sunday. - AP File


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Dear Annie: My relationship with my
22-year-old daughter, "Lana," has' become
impossible. She is a total slob. She.'lived
here over the summer and did exactly one
load Qf laundry. It was not uncommon to
come home and find dishes in the sink
because she."didn't have time" to empty
the dishwasher. Her clothes and shoes were
everywhere. My husband paid rent on her
college apartment so she could keep it
while she worked here for the sum-
mer, and she decided to use herr-" \
own money to take a-weeklong
vacation. She didn't pay her car
insurance (my 'husband did),
and she spent a fortune on
clothes. Lana says she is enti-
tled to "downtime" when
she's here. Well, I'd like some
of that, too.
I think I am enabling Lana to
continue her selfish, childlike behavior.
My husband simply says,,"That's how
she is," as if I'm supposed to roll over
and accept it. Here's the problem: Lana is
in her final year of college and next sum-_
mer will be returning for a semester of stu-
dent teaching. I do not want her living here.
She has no respect for our home or us.
What do I do? - Loving and Missing
All at the Same Time
Dear Loving Mom: We agree that you
are enabling your daughter to behave like a


spoiled brat because there are no conse-
quences to her inconsiderate behavior.
Lana should know that if she lives at home,
she must contribute to the housekeeping
and pay a reasonable amount of rent. If she
doesn't agree, she can live elsewhere. And
your husband needs to support your efforts.
Dear Annie: I love my wife more than
when I met her 35 years ago. We rarely dis-
agree on anything. She shows her love in
many ways - managing the household,
doing things with me and for me, and pro-
.viding a sterling example for our
two children.
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show love is through intima-
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advances result in rebuffs. In
bed recently, she explained that
if I didn't stop "pestering her,"
she would have to relocate. Do
I need to find a way to turn
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is Gone
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That, but it is not the. optimal choice.
Many women lose interest in sex after
menopause, but a regular sex life is healthy
for both men and women.Explain to your
wife how much it would mean to you if she
could make the effort to be intimate. You
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And in today's deal, unwarned, you must not let an
opponent blow away one of your winners by trumping
it. How would you try to keep that from happening in
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cash your heart king, and play a heart to dummy's ace.
When West discards a low club, you are happy that
you did not bid seven. What, though, do you do next?
You have a potential spade loser. If they are 3-3,
there won't be a problem. Or, if you can ruff a low
spade in the dummy, that will work too. Even if East
overruffs, it will burn up his natural trump trick. You
must only make sure that East does not trump a spade
honor.So, cash dummy's spade ace, then call for a low
spade. Here, if East ruffs in, play your low spade and
claim. East does better to discard. Then, win in-your
hand, lead a club to the dummy, and play another
soade toward your hand. Aoain you have East tranoed.


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LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
It doesn't make any sense to go
beyond your present sphere of
influence to look for elusive
opportunities. Stay within your
own circle.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
- Someone you meet through
a close friend might take a
shine to you and assume a role
in your affairs that could be
truly helpful. This new acquain-
tance will be a valuable contact.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) - Everyone is entitled to
some lucky breaks, but you
seem to have more than your
share. Be ready to respond to
some very favorable shifts in
conditions.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) -You'll be in a very happy
frame of mind due to some
rather joyful tidings you'll be
receiving. You'll enjoy them
even more if you make the most
of them.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) - Financial influences that
are operative at this time will
ease any monetary discomforts
you might have been experienc-
ing lately. However, if you want
to keep this advantage, be pru-
dent in your dealings.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- Don't' think that you're not
up to handling a leadership role
in your involvements with oth-
ers. Your chances for success
will be even further enhanced
under your management.
ARIES (March 21-April 19)
- You're likely to fare a great
deal better if you can conceal
your strategy from others. It'll
be much easier to accomplish
what you want when there is lit-
tle or no interference.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20)
- As always, friends are likely
to prove to be a most valuable
asset when they see you strug-
gling, and will offer to assist
you any way they can.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
- Conditions are trending in
your favor, so try to devote as
much attention as you can to
some of your more important
objectives. You'll have better
than average opportunities to
make great strides.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)
- While things are going your
way, follow through on whatev-
er it is that you've been working
on so diligently. Conditions are
exceptionally good.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
Look ;for extra profit or divi-
dends to develop from some
sort of complex involvement
you share with others. Although
you might not personally work
on it, you coujd have a healthy
investment.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
- Without the support of oth-
ers, your chances for success
would be considerably less-
ened; so it behooves you to go
out of your way to be coopera-
tive with those with whom you
share a common interest.


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From Over 2,300 Pet Meds? Pasture Grass for 40hp force motor, all alum. structure, Aultimate Freedom 334-805-531 Cell
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If you prefer to apply in person e re 1/2 482-274/203970 mo Honda'02XR25R ready to fish, or 334-805-0859 0 Lcrosse
price, Intl. also Sneads,' $350/mo Honda '02 XR250R ready to fish, 07 Lacrosse
please come M-F from 8AM-3:30PM 646-464-8747 payment 850-573-0308. DirtBike. Exc. Cond. $12,500, 334-685-3226 Sydne 'f10e Otback CXL, 4- t silver
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1 ,_,1I. -$500&upH20/garb/ 334.6849129 outs, sleeps 10 2- Cask r h eated seats
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Something New? living. corn. 850-258- 400, 4 Wheeler. outdoor stove, elec. -Wheel Drive Cadillac'89 Seville,
i o-Want in Spend Le.- 4868/209-8847 Garage Kept. Auto. awning, 28' flat special edition, pearl
' a 3BRMGPS, $4.000 OBO creen TV 2000 00 F150 Good condi- white, 137K ml, 17
Don't Da ulPri ce! 23BR MH's in 334-687-101 O Sailboat '76-Catalina OBO 229-310-7252 tion 94000 mi4.3 Inch lmagewheels
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Coupons & Deals!(850)209-8595. sel eng., Very low hrs Motor Hoes/RVs transmissongreen 3171
C-. i eiL Clerical/ monthly & weekly furling, bimin, head, . OBO(334)237-8933_ whitew/tanleather
Administrative rates avail, in C'dale micro, fridge. Good Concord Coachman 080 (334)237-8933 white w/tan leather
S& pets & animals 850-554-9934 cond. Docked,@ Snug '05 Motor Home. 2009 Sportsmen-202 new tires, ar &
Sh 2/2 Harbor slip B-6. 334- 23'long 2700 mi. SLE Travel Trailer. front end. goo condo.
Rahal-Miller Chev. 3/1 house, 2/1 & 2/2 on a 06 acer 673-330. REDUCED Take over payments. 22.5" in total length $3,600. 334-774-5333
. is seeking a MH for rent in C'dale, ow$13,900. 850-593-5103 and UVW of 3844 Ibs.
Chipola Nursing Pavilion and Q F/T Billing Clerk, $450-$500+dep. Wa- 350, yellow w/big $3
Exp. preferred ter incl. 850 -352- winch attached, 1000 Cruise Master LE, 05, sized U-sha ped di-
Retirement Center Fax resume to: 4393/209-4516 ies , 00 36ft workhorse chas- nette that slides out.
is accepting applications for 850-482-5110 No 3/2, 2/2 in C'dale, hunting on dirt rds, --- sis 8.1 gas engine, Queen bed, Moving
,is e tin c s $80 BOCll-al e22k mi., nosmik, 7kw and must sell. an0c02Z28,
the fowingpositions: Free Pets Policy Phone Calls Please no pets, CH/A $325- $3800 OBO Call gen. 3s, SAT, 2 TV, 2 n01st2 Camer'Z
Yredeea1;__ n d_ al_ $450 850-258-1594 Iv 334-618-4203 A/C, auto leveling, R $9,900.00 white, loaded, exc.
Y- Your pet deserves a Iov- message A/C, auto leveling, R\ $9,900.0 condo. original owner,
IM 'l ing, caring home. An ad General message Honda'90 4-wheeler Seacraft, '89 2011 cam. Roadmaster cond. original owner,
* for a free pet may draw 3/2 on lac., $650/mo Like New Cond. $1800 Center Console, boat tow/brake.system, Ford '77F-1504WD gar.kept. $9,500 OBO
S I response from Indviduals 1st & sec.850-579- 334-792-8018 motor & trailer, 95 '05 Jeep Wrangler Runs, in good shape, 334-795-6255
Will be responsible for the facility's who ll sell youraima llfor DealTaker.conm 849motor& , 225HP Johnson Mtr Unlimited, 41k mi, $4500334-447-5316
inquiry, missions and marketing research or breeding pur- For Store Coupons 96 300 4X4 Dual Axle Tr w/ Autoair, 6 cyl $75k
process which may include tours, poses. Please screen re Deals! First month free, Honda excelle96 3004X4,condition brakeswh., runs w/eep, $60k without
. ersonalvndettassessmuls andnpllntetvcaweclothesnprices cut 2br $350, excellent condition. brakes,wh., runs, _ _ _ _
personal visits assessments and dentsa wh Interviewclothes? 3br $440 Ig yards, $1,996.334-791-8238 well, very clean jeep, both in great
hospital isits Prefer knowledge of going an animalaway. New job clothes? quiet 850-249-4888 Great cond. $5,500 cond. selling due to Aviation J
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reimbursement programs from Don't Pay Full Price! Boats 334-791-4891.
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nursing care to the residents and fto DealTaker.com tended warranty, clean. Ihfe a . 85 1 1966 Cessna 310K for WITH TAN INTERIOR
supervise the day to day nursing activities For Pet StoreMIaIn..,-% sale or will take on CHROME WHEELS 6
ofsupervise the nursing staff. Must hold a current Coupons & Deal! NOW HIRING Mobile Homes trailer, 2 seats gear cover inc. 5500850- . partner. Colemill up- SPEED PADDLE SHIFT
of and valid RN license by the State of a current CouponsDea CASHIERS in Parks box wired for trol- 527-4455 grade. 110 hours LOADED 10,500 miles,
and valid RN license bythe tate of -landimart Stores ling motor,excellen STRATOS'00 22FT DAMON'05 Daybrea since engine over- 4900
Florida. I�ogpayye ea condition, $7000 aba TFM D en e92_._0608
f erid . petitivepay, Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR 3342684200 Tournament Ready. 32h. work horse gas haul. Calli Ron at 498- (334)268900
M i paid vacation & MHs. Lot rent incl 334-268-4200225 motor, kept in. eng., 35K miles, no 3279 good condition.
n fBulldog 12wks, benefit package. For details 850-557- Bass Cat 20'9" side. I 1.900 Must smoking. 1 slide, green and white ex-
wormed, shots, reg- EOE. Sangaree Oil 3432/850-814-6515 200 HP Mercury seel 229-321-9047 awning, 2 TV's. 2 tenor, light gray inte-
istered, trained, $700 Co., 850-482-5241 Optimax Matching AC's. generator rior. $105.000 36330
sawnafresnfo B Fey ( t). $850 638 1338 2 dep ndergso Sor Cum mr
Scal mail for info, Fe- Twnhes Trailer Stratos '95 285 Pro $63,000 334-775 7548 (334)498-3279
L:V AVC 0 male (spayed), GPs E $5 080 XL Dual console. Trai.ferrellr~roadrunner.
---r (334)984-2144 Pharmaceutical/ (Day) 850-638-4403 Johnson Fastrike 175 mon corn
shawnafriesens@aol. Biotechnology (Night) 850-638-1338 2 depth finders, gps, Sport. Cummins l
cam 2811/21111A deck extension $7000 diesel. 12K mi. slide,Cano Good4cEl
cTOWNHOUSES chinew 14 ft. w/ 4hp 334- 671-9770 Leveling jacks diesel Nd mino rwokd.
DealTaker.com Chipola River motor w/new trailer gen. $52K 334-701- -s 4or699
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS . Clothing Store Townhouses exc. cond. $1700. 334- ampers/Travel 7787 or 706-681-5630 1366 o$5500 797- 33469259
DP TM TO PU IW K' Coupon. and Deals 850-482-1050 596-17I8 1366or797-6925
CITY OF GRACEVILLE, FLORIDA 850-482-050 Trailers DAMON DAYBREAK Chevy2C ar
DeTakr.com slides, like new, big Mooney 1965 Conv. 35th Anniv. Ed.
TheCityofGracevilleisnowaccep 06Travel Trailers Fordengine2mpg. M20E Dothan Auto New top/New
The City of Graceville is now accepting real estate commercial for ret for sale. self con- $61,000.334-446-1094 Airport.Hangered tires Exc. Condition
applications for a full-time Service Worker CKC Reg. 8 wks Chow resIden tl for t or 334.93 4438 or850-227-5606 Firew from $7300 334-5969966ard
Temporary Position with the Department of $2500Each CHRYSLER 78 30 . 5th wh.05 Sd- der 36'. 1 slide. Good Co. Ownedest
Public Works. Job requires High School 334-464-0440 F I n-s .. .r tor ney OBKeytore I11g. Shape.NewTires. possibleway to
DealTaker.com $1.500 OBO 334 687. r e i 65K m. Used b n own a plane.
diploma or GED, as well as ability to perform Pet Items for Less! . 6863.695-2161 rcke m hy e abi- abused! $26ner ne 334-790-0000.
manual labor for extended periods of time, DealTakewraom Correct Craft 1973, very pretty. $17,000. All reasonable offers Ch 8 Corvete
CDL Class B Drivers License a plus. WANTED: in Apartments- OtherProperties 14 live well new 334-803-7726 considered. 308-2756 RedutoMirrored
CDL Class B Drivers License a plus. WANTED: Min. Unfurnished top35hp runs gre Camper $500. - Tops, 52K ml. New
Background check and drug screening Schnauzer 1-2 brs oldken348 y231Nof garage kept. $1750 Fleetwood Bdr '07 Tires, Calipers,
Backgroundcheckanddrugscreening ok334 596-5032 $3000 Needs work 3-sd, loaded CH&A BUICK '91 Lesabre, 6 Brakes & Shocks.
re ired. Starting sala is $9.46 er hour. Grandfather 2BR Apt $450 1BR C nde ap x C334- 678-0031 fbp , wk. hore, 8.1 cyl .,fo good Garage kept $13,500.
334-791-3160 $400 ror rent in 1600 sq ft4w/yard Correct CraftTorogas, 5,900 mi. $look trans/motor $700 080eO 33;4-596-2376
Greenwood, 850-326- ace aaGea 7 Ia 17f compD50 CAMEO 30 ft. 2 slides 334-898-1201 OBO 334-695-8840
You name i.. 1772 count. 850-352-4443 Penta outdrive, gar, vill kept includes P Chevy 2010 Malibu LT U
TOUftt�c e lrd*24.kept. exc. cond..very super slide nitch e 10Krmi. on star. XM
Duplex/Triplex Classified fast!!! $10,750. $15.000 334.687.9983 radio, blue. $17,050.
CLASSIFIEDoI334-347-7930
EO�, ADA, VA. - 1/12989-A Oats $350 Adv CROWNLINE 07, 210 -r W.334-869-4226
Sfi. na Section 8 accepted Advertsing.. Bowrcier w. wake [ - ' W" Chevy '87 Corvette
Applications accepted until positi1st & unfilled It last Prudential . boar tower. 0ag Lance "'08 1181 truc Cony rednt
Jim Roberts Realty t 300hp. like new. -- campe. loaded, w/ eng. 4+3 Man trans.
850-482-4635 $Cant Ie 526.000. 334-470-6454 2006 Ford F350 Lariat New paint lob. Estate
S2/2 duplex in Grand Fisher 01 Hawk 18' Conquest05' 29 mny options to list, 352219-7370
Ridge $425/mo+425 beat! lass 2, with 115 sleeps 8, lots ofex- exc. cond. $59,900. T
dep 850-592-5571 Mercu outboard trash, 11K mi. Refi- 334-714-4001 SEE!!! $17,000. Firm Cony top, runs/looks
motor w1th trailer, 2 nance 334-798-4462p
fish finders, trolling Warranty Monoco KnightS'06, Call 334-447-2147 great loaded, 140k
Smotor, access ladder, Save $25K or more. or 334-464-5413 miles, $2900 080
6 R 10 HA DA Bemini, AM/FM ra- Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 MECURY LATE'70's Call 334-596-5032
\f l'argsf pw dio, on board charged , k eT W '5 mi, mi, many upgrades 85HPw/powertrim
. *ft$ cover, 7 ver kept ,s ie , a $159,700. 850-866- cables/wiring, new
* BR B 4 inder shelter. 6 0 s e 27743 gears & water pump

Must have a high school diploma or GED mSpecial. Has Mercury Dutchmen d 40 ft. NTireesa Do't Pays F ill? Ao
with .1-2 yrs. of institutional experience in Food - ont4r.T liner 388-DSL, Sleeps 8, Takercom. Thi Place er Limited
Service Worker. Must have a high school diploma or DLAD'S BEST KEPT SECRET -ive wells w/trailer 2 SlideoutS, Loaded' fOre oUpons & Deals EditiO' , LadedI
*Lite, 26 ft., fully $5,800 (334) 790-7959
GED with 1-2 yrs. of institutional experience n c EGheeno Ca 13' 3344064555 ooaed, like new, Need
Crafts Design w/traingrreaPNmtoilr.264 mr.32 FLEETWOOD 'no . low mileage $42K H 5
peparin foodforlgenubesopope. �ra# thrust trolling mtr Prowler AX6, 5h wh, 080 3346166508 _-
Starting Salary: $17,236.00/yr. :Approx29200sq ft $1500 Firm 334-793- 36ft, 4 slides, large Scenic Cruiser 37 ft. pl - 5BR/3BA 3432 Night: 677-5606 shower, 30/50AMP by Gulf Stream 99'

Must have a high school diploma or GED with * Lennox Two Zone system short shaft fresh wa- JAYC '0935 ft., Like $49t 50 3 9 call oe otoiUr (S i l is
6.1acres ter used only $52s . New,'2 slides, 27' f&atV$4 , 2 -Air 7 caJJsots Ef.Cur
.1-2 yrs. exp. In the safe operation of farm tractor � Slate&tile -334-441-8421 Tv loaded. ver r ice u- Classified $4900 080
w/cutting head, hydraulic/electrical switches and � Granite counter tops Prostar 190, orig. 46951-64representatives
driving truck w/loaded trailer attached. Must have 2 car garage very cleanruns great Mountaieer '4 S andhey convertible 108K mi.
334-790-7338 Montana 5tn Wheel and they $9,800.334-791-3081
valid FL class B CDL prior to employment. � Trey ceiling in master sleea ps5 Accor8, 6 comfortably WINBG- 0 ilb gla to 9,80 . .33 --
Starting Salary: $17,236.00/yr. � $41,00f Been in water maybe Great for family funr Brave, 2-slides, 2- hwill De 81d t0 white lOOK Mi. ,thr
REALTORS WELCOME! 10 times. 95 Mercury Lots of cab. & drawer TV's, 2-Air, level .i seats Exc. Condo.
Call 334-596-7763 Motor $10,500 space. Ser. Inq. Only jacks, 19K miles, aSSISt you. $9800 334-446-1943
. . . . 229-220-1910 850-546-0636 $35,000 772-631-5065 or 205-799-8988


Must have a high school diploma and some
exp. driving heavy equipment. Must have
valid FL class B CDL prior to employment.
Starting Salary: $18,074.00/yr.


Must have AA degree, or high school diploma
and 4-5 years of progressively responsible exp.
In Fleet Maintenance & Purchasing. Must be
proficient in the use of computers; MS Word,
MS Excel and MS Access. Must have valid FL
drivers license prior to employment.
Starting Salary: $27,303.00/yr.

Submit employment application to the
Jackson County Human Resources Dept.,
2864 Madison Street, Marianna, FL 32448.
PH: 850-482-9633.
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Yamaha 2004V-Star 15 CLUBCARGULF I ,| NO. 167; THENCE S14� THE SALE, IF ANY,
Corvette 94' 85K mL X 1100 Classic. Black & CARTS 2066 MODELSNO. BEGINNING AT THE 45'59" E ALONG SAID THEIR THAN THE
bu crlkchoeex8BATTERIESBEGINNING AT THE 45'59" E ALONG SAID, OTHER THAN THE
blue, original car like chrome, excellent W/08 BATTERIES INTERSECTION OF R I G H T - OF - WA Y, PROPERTY OWNER
new cond. REDUCED c . $ 0 BO $ . A. 68-8 THE NORTH UNE OF 258.72 FEET; THENCE AS OF THE DATE OF
$10,995. OBO 334- 4 334-618-7525 16' FINISHING MOW- SECTION 13, T6N; DEPARTING SAID THE US PENDENS
618-9322 or 334-596- Yamaha - 2005, 350 ER $600. 334-678-6568 R13W, AND THE RIGHT-OF-WAY 87 MUST FILE A CLAIM
1790MUSTSEE Nssan05AltmaSE Harley Daidon'03 Bruin 4 Wheeler,FORD 150 4 EASTERLY R/W LINE 00'00" E, 804.92 FEET; WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
03U ront wrench good 2KMC NARROW Chewo 9 ExC FORC89 F, wh ESTATE ROAD 169; THENCE N 2048'57" TERTHESALE.
white needs some Leather interior, Bose Purple custom paint condition $2,0 00B W u 2 D N H SE- T P OF BEGIN-i
PurplercustomD Rs reasonableoffer229- THENCE EAST ALONG E, 258.80 FEET TO
work. $1000. 334-693- multi cd system. Max. chrome. Garage (334)790-0976 PEANUT PICKERS, greater, $5,599 or 334-8520, 229-296- TSAID NORTHN SEC THE POINT OF BEGIN- DATEDoridat MARIAN-s 4th
3978 52K mi. $11,800 OBO kept. 12K ml.$14,500 gunslinger7788,@hot GREAT COND, great, $5,599 or 334- , 2 TION LINE,2540' NING. NA, Florida this 4th
3978334-447-3225 1,800 kept 12K mi.-$14,500 CALL3347 1530 Trade 850-210-4166 8171 - THENCE S 17 DE- day of October 2010
3 5 334-792-8701 a m Ford 93 Ranger orer GREES 14' E, 451.4", ANY PERSON CLAIM-
Oldsmobile 04 Alero - u100K Im . CD player. THENCE S 63 DE- ING AN INTEREST IN DALE RABON
low miles, very nice, 40HPMASSEY FER- tan ai AGREES 21'W. 21.5'; THE SURPLUS FROM GUTHRIE
en, new irs GUSO 5 TRACTOR W/ 5334 68. 3214 T THENCE S 30 DE- THE SALE, IF ANY, CLERK OFTHE
5300.334-726-1215 TUR FIRES. $4,500. AGREES 00' E, 9.5';; OTHER THAN THE CIRCUIT COURT
334-678-6568 THENCE 5 56 DE- PROPERTY OWNER Jackson County,
'-ri 0 3'Expe dit i Ford '98 FISO, great
Ford 0' Epedition GREES 29' W, 106.0' AS OF THE DATE OF Florida
Ed3., aur t , Yamaha VStar 1100cc 4430 John Deere Chevy '04 Silverado od, 165Km iNt T eT ETHE
Ef],~a~r.,][,:,', IeiH E A Sc&ro o TO SAID EASTERLY THE US PENDENS
fully loaded, tan HARLEY 2500 LT 8.1A VS MPI Brakes, alternator R/W UNE: THENCE N MUST FILE A CLAIM By:/s/ Tammy Bailey
leather, moon roof, 07' FLSTSC Springer silver, Mustang seat , n cucn, good 8100 V84 WHEEL DR and battery.Cold 30 DEGREES 12'W WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- TAMMY BAILEY
CD & DVD player, all classic 3000K m. light bar, saddle paint and tires. POWER EVERYTHING Air,Elec windows & ALONG SAID EASTER- TER THE SALE Deputy Clerk
CBlack $13,000 OBO bags, gar. keptlike $door locks.$4800 obo LY R/W UNE; 546.81
$p1,499. 334-0 mil78 Toyota 04 Sienn 254-681-4802 new. 5,000 mi. $5100. 555C Backhoe CHANGER $17,500 334-691-4643 TO THE POINT OF BE- IF YOU ARE A PER- L F5134
S334-3-e7 color, 334-696-5531 nights For Sale $13,500 CAL WHIT 791-0576 Mazda'89 SE-5 Ext. GINNING, AND CON- SON WITH A DISABIL-
fully eslo aeCall 334-886-9003 Chevy 07 Colorado Cab. Runs, Needs TAINING 1.96 ACRES. ITY WHO NEEDS ANY IN THE CIRCUIT OF
- -- mil shil doork Scooters/Mopeds or 334-726-4661 Z71,crewcab,5-cycl, minorcarb work. ACCOMMODATION THE 14TH JUDICIAL
11 0. Call 6X12 enclosed trailer 2WD, PS, sunroof, $750 334-687-9788 If you fail to file your IN ORDER TO PAR- CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
334-798-5699 w/1 side door & dbl black, $15,000. or 334-695-6368 answer or written TICIPATE IN THIS IN AND FOR JACKSON
doors in back $1900 334-687-1017 (Eve) defenses in the PROCEEDING, YOU COUNTY
Ford '04 Mustang, new cond. 850-933- Chevy '91 Cherokee above proceedings , on ARE ENTITLED, AT NO
40th Anniv, V6 i Harleyaint 9228/643-8312 ic up,laints atorn a COST T YOU, T Ca No:09-CA-
6kAutomatic, Loaded Nwn aUltra nDl verssicScram- 6X2no r ie $ 500 g2a!4e724 default will be en- THE COURTHOUSE, 001094
65k mies, LkeNewng - 6X12 enclosed trailer tered against you for 4445 LAFAYETTE Division #:
$8,500 334-790-7959 ry Ed. Very low miles w/1 side door & dbl the relief demanded STREET, MARIANNA,
Ford 0 Focus SES 4- $26900. 334-685-0380 Magnum ' 150 R. doors in back $1900 in, he Complaint or FL 32446 WITHIN 2 Regions Bank d/b/a
Ford 06' Focus SS 4- Scooter, Adult new cond. 850-933- Svetad o '03 LS 2500 Petition. WORKING DAYS OF Regions Mortgage,
dr. red, auto, leatherToyota '05 M Harley Davds 1986 Ridden 1061 mi.75 9228/643-8312 hd, 4wd ext. cab. YOUR RECEIPT OF
sun roof, spoiler, like 40K mi. No accidents FLTC w/ side car. MPG Street Legal, 6000V8, HD4-spd DATED at JACKSON THIS NOTICE OF Plaintiff,
new 50K mi. $8,100 Like new. Reg. Maint. exc. cond. $10,500. $1,250 334-983-4941 auto trans. new tires, County this 5th day SALE: IF YOU ARE
OBO 334-389-3071 or New tires, 30 mpg OBO 334-794-2665 or or 334-596-4170 black, $4500, total of October, 2010. HEARING IMPAIRED -vs.-
334-726-9500 $11,000 334-618-5019 334-805-0810 vy '93 1500 172K options. $1,100. ad CALL: 1-800-955-8771;
- O Toyota7 HarleyADavidson1992 Mi C NewAC Loaded, ons.64Kmi. nada DALERABON IF YOU ARE VOICE Jason R. Hilton and
Black, 53k , ExI. Cond Sporster 1200 custom Runs Great $2,800. retail $17,675. Kelley GUTHRIE IMPAIRED CALL: 1- Windy A. Hilton; His
GP!S, backup amexC mid So5's K/KH exc. "OBO 334-691-2987 blue book private CLERK OF THE CIR- 800-955-8770 Wife; Wayne Terrell
Honda 07 Fit spo ba p camera, mid 50Bs KH e. P". or 334-798-1768 party $18,765. CUIT COURT Sirmans; Sun Trust
loaded 07 Ft spt JBL sound, tint, great cond.$5,500. 080 24000 pound capaci 334-266-5248. DATED at MARIAN- Bank; Chase Bank,
l40K,$13,200 mileage, trans 4-5 0 tytrailer. $4500.850- CHEVY '96 S-10 Pick-- Sell for $15,500. By: /s/ Tammy Bailey NA, Florida, this 4th USA,at Assoi-
334-406-2667 Days warranty, 0810 209-426 up 2.2 letter, 4 y., USAYA of September, a tin Ex
swil sell for parts Totoya 01 Tacoma TAMMY BAILEY day of September, ation; Aecan EX-
334-588-3658 nights new tires asking Harley Davidson 98B NG WER Deputy Clerk 12010 press Travel Related
$15,900. OBO exc. cond. orange, U.M. 08250 . e BAT WING MOWER $800334-689-9183 silver, auto, air, DeputyServices CompanyClerk 2010
Cal334-470-3292 loaded, Must See! 2, 2 helments, L (FINISHING) $9,400. bucket seats, factoryda withDALE RABONan
1 0470-3292 l d, Must Se! 2,2 helmet, Lg 334-678-6568 alum wheels great n accordance with DALE RABON GU- c.; Unknown Par-
Sgallon$1. 1000miac. Bnshech TralE0,000.5 condo, 36K mis the American with THRIE ties i Possession #1;
gallon. 1O00mi Fac. Bushtech Trailer'05 condw auoK mi3e9 .OURC OFT THE CIRU Unknown Parsies
Honda 04 Helix Warranty $3000 OBO. Turbo+2 Excellent $5000. 334-805-560 Disabilties Act of CLERK OF THE CIR- Unknown Parties in
scooter 250cc, aut 6 1990, persons need- CUlT COURT Jackson Possession #2; If
mascoter 250cc, a outrage Call 334-445-6302 Condition $3500 Toyota 01 Prerunner ing a social accm- County, Florida ing, and all Unknown
matc, gover ge kept, 334-693-9287 red, extended cab modation to partici- Parties claimingby
np. Call - ort Utility Vehis Cummings/Onan 4cyl auto, AC, bed- pate in this proceed- By:/s/TAMMY BAI- through, undave
Honda 96 Accord LX 0 a liner tool box, looks Ing should contact LEY against the above
onad &Ro Vok waen '02 Honda '06 CBR 600 85KW 40am, auhto great cnd 1500 orubs great the ASA Coordinator Deputy Clerk named Defendant(s)
Ready $3,990 or Beetle 80k miles F41 5,000 mi blue, switch runs4poultry series, leather $3000. 800. Call791-2826 no later than seven o are not known
Trd802016 NADA $86|5850per o ' s h rs 40 Calno later than seven t0
Trade 850-210-4166 N7A9 $T de perfect co ion house $15.000. O Call 303-906-36837 dLays pror to the LF15135 t be dead o
Honda or9 mir. Bc $3 800. 334-598-38744-40X400 poultry ffm sn rega A proceedings. If hear- whether said aUn
oneda '99 SIdr 850-210-4166 as for Dan. house of Lubin nip- Dodge '01 3500 Dual impaired, lease IN THE CIRCUIT OF k nown Parties may
Exc. Condo. 73K mi.HONDA '06 Shadow, pie drinkers iN-I`- ly 135K, great cond., Plaifl (,0) 955-9T/1 Tha i4TH JUDICIAL clmen n eriest
2.miles, LIKE NEW, 0978 or 334795 4 wheel, ext. , Legl Notices (TDD) or (800) 955- CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA Devisees, Grantees,
A/C Sunroof $8000 S .8 e. 2 50 auto, $12,500. 646- 770 (voice),0 va IN AND FOR JAC N aes
334-347-4990 4.00. 229- 334-8520 Drying Trailers $700. 620-9478 (Dothan) lorida Relay Service. CKSON or Other Claimants
or 229.296-8171 Good cond., good Dodge '02 Dakota LF15133 Defendanter).
' Xterra. 83.5K ies3 3914 Let e 2 Dcab, LF15132 Case #: 2009-CA-Defendant(s).
Volwan 06 Jetta miles. GreatCondi- FARM EQUIPMENT IH lean con Fully IN THE CIRCUIT 000613 NOTICE OF SALE
Do Grlvw/gray tion! Original owner. 1440 Combine w/ auto. 334-693-3980 COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT Division #:
tdiese f, Rockfor Fosgate heads $10000. CAT FOURTEENTH COURT OF THE 14TH NOTICE IS HEREBY
heated seats, alum. premium sound w/ 6 Dozer D4b & root JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF EverHome Mortgage GIVEN pursuant to an
Infinity ' G37 wheels sat. radio 40 disc mp3/CD. Off- rake 850-415-0438 R OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Company order of Final
Silver, Black Leather wheels, satOradioO4rder of et no l
Int. Premium pack mpg. 120K mi $11,800 HONDA '07 CBR 600 roadpckge. Gandy 4 row insecFLORIDA, INC AND FOR JACKSON COUNTY tJudgement of Fore-
age 7500-Mi. New 334-685-6233 loaded, 4,000 miles,' 790-4201. Leave mes- Gd 4 low inSeca'M JACKSON COUNTY Plaintiff, closure dated Octo-
eond.S29 500 OBO6 - stretch/lowered 2 sage..742 Branton cide au ppcator CIVIL DIVISION CASE #:2009-CA- ber 4, 2010, entered
ond.29.500 OBbrother exhaust ' Road. $9,950 Firm. widouble boxes, for Dodge '04 Ram Red 000105 -vs.- in Civil Case No.
S$7,200 334-355-0454 wo chemicals 4dr Hemi truck w/114 Case No.:32-2010-CA- DIVISION #: 2009-CA-001094 of
9 "mou$720don5toolbaontd k sa 87 ac - one hwy. mi. Like new. 000824 Bradley McLean and the Circuit Court of
Honda 1962 C102 Good condition. $300. New rhino liner & CREDIT BASED ASSET Ashley A McLean the 14th Judicial Cir-
super cub 50. 4k 22975-3146 or 229- bed cover, Infinity CITIMORTGAGE, INC., SERVICING AND a/k/a Ashley cult in and for Jack-
miles. Black & white. 400-5184 factory sound, red/ SECURITIZATION, McLean, Husband son County, Florida,
Good Cond.. electric - GOLF FAIRWAYS bk leather interior. Plaintiff, LLC and Wife; Jackson wherein Regions
WE start 3 speed, $2500. GANG W/DIESEL MO- Svcd by dealer. County, Florida; Bank d/b/a Regions
Firm. Call noon (M.F) TOR 53.500. 334-678 $12,000 Must see. vs. Plaintiff, Mortgage, Plaintiff
dJaguar '0 kOwneJ8L PAY 334-347-9002 6568 (850)960-3922 Defendant(s). and Jason R. Hilton
pd. 68Kr e. Asking CaS CH GOLF - TORO GREENS Dodge 05 Dakota BARBARA L TAYLOR; vs. and Windy A. Hilton,
5'9K i5. 85i 96-3o74 08 Tahoe LT, 29K MASTER TRI-3 REEL a-cab, SLT, 34k UNKNOWN SPOUSE NOTICE OF SALE His Wife are
never 5 s8 Tin, LTo C MASTER TRI-3 REEL qua -cab, SLT, 34k OF BARBARA L TAY- FELICIA LEIN A/K/A d endant(s, I
FORJUNK Miles, Gold Color. Ex- 6' S$4000.334-678- mi, cylinder, full AA A K/ A defendantss, will
K IycellentoCondition, 6568 power, Exc$13,800. LOR; DAVID L TAY- FELICIA LONG A/K/A NOTICE IS HEREBY sell to the highest
CARS!!!l6ll $3w0,500. 685-.$3226 GOLF Tri-KS o 0 0 LOR; UNKNOWN FELICIA L OLDS; GIVEN pursuant to an and best bidder for
C.GOLF-iTRI-KING1900 OBO334-449-1864 SPOUSE OF DAVID L MATTHEW LEIN; Order of Final Judg- cash AT THE FRONT
S 334-818-1274 GANG REEL , TAYLOR; GRACE STATE OF FLORIDA ment of Foreclosure DOOR OF THE JACK-
Hn W!DIESEL MOTOR - CREEL, COBB; UN- DEPARTMENT OF dated October 4, SON COUNTY
Ho 198Goldwing , - $2.500. 334-678-6568 i .KNOWN SPOUSE OF REVENUE CHILD SUP- 2010, entered in Civil COURTHOUSE, AT
Lexus L400 82k miles. cordin GRACE CREEL COBB; PORT ENFORCEMENT Case No. 2009-CA- 11:00 A:M. CENTRAL
h4K $nGold w an Buses seat w/drivers back John Deer 05'48 HP, IF LIVING, INCLUDING OFFICE ON BEHALF 000613 of the Circuit STANDARD TIME on
Ithrnt.heated eats. rest, looks good run ull wh. rive. front ANY UNKNOWN OF CYNTHIA CHAP- Court of the 14th Ju- November' 4, 2010
.n $10300 334 great 2800. BMW '06 78k end loader buhhog Dode '05 Viper SPOUSE OF SAID MAN STATE OF dicial Circuit in and the following descri
333-3436 or 671-3712 Ford 02 Pacer Bus Cal 334-2313697 k finish mower, disk, Truck. NADA $26,999 DEFENDANT(S) IF RE- FLORIDA DEPART- for Jackson County, bed property as set
for sale to the high- HONDA '98 Valkyrie $18,999 or Trade spredder&box blade $18,999 or Trade MARRIED, AND IF DE- MENT OF REVENUE Florida, wherein forth in said Final
Lincoln '00 Town car est bidder. The bus Tourer all original, 50-210-4166 $18,200.OBO 798-3352 850-210-4166 CEASED, THE RE- CHILD SUPPORT EN- EverHome Mortgage Judgment, towit
signature series, may be seen at Elba low mil-es, runs great 8Less than 1000 hrs SPECTIVE UNKNOWN FORCEMENT OFFICE Company, Plaintiff
beautiful Birch Silver Adult Care Centerl asking 5 900 OBO Kueta Tractor Dodge 2004 Dakota HEIRS, DEVISEES, ON BEHALF OF FELIC- and Bradley McLean LOT 7, BLOCK S, RIV-
loaded, 60/40 leather A l CartS nE, d 334 .93. 44 HST with front end L2800 crew cab, Exl cond, G R A N T E E S , IA LONG; STATE OF and Ashley A. ERVIEW SUBDIVI-
loaded, 60/40 leather 128 Court St., Elba, 3- -4n H ST with front |F D9K TuE RE- P ayU,
seats am/fm/cd Alabama. Sealed loader with box 79K, full power, cyl, ASSIGNEES, CRED- FLORIDA DEPART- McLean a/k/a Ashley SION, UNIT #1, AC-
crews, tilt computer bids must be sent to Honda '99 Shadow - blade & finishing auto, cruise, $7200.all 334-449-186 ITORS, LIENORS, AND MENT OF REVENUE; McLean, Husband CORDING TO PLAT,
69K fni. mint cond. Wiregrass Rehabilita- 1100 Arrow Lots of mower $17,500 Call 3-449-18 4 TRUSTEES, AND ALL and Wife are A RECORDED IN
never smoked in, tion Center, 795 Ross Xtras Full W d 5Call 334-774-7771 Ford '01 4X4 V-10 OTHER PERSONS Defendant(s) defendantss, I will PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE
never wrecked Clark Circle, Dothan, chrome mr guar, Pickup Truck CLAIMING BY, sell to the highest 23, OF THE PUBLIC
$15,250.334-791-7330 Alabama, by October saddlebags, mustang '04 Tahoe Mac Dump Trailer '99 i THROUGH, UNDER OR NOTICE OF SALE e i RECORDS OF JATHE PUBLICK-
______________ r eo t '04 Tahoe Mac00 Dump 71K Mi. $8500 THROUGH, UNDER OR NOTICE OF SALE and best bidder for RECORDS OF JACK-
Lincoln '01 Executive 20, 2010, by 4:00 p.m. seat, & whitewall LT Leather, DVD Selling price 229-220-0456 AGAINST THE NAMED cash, AT THE FRONT SON COUNTY, FLORI-
Series adult driven If you have ques- tires,Lots of Chrome! $10,900.00 Trades $21.855.88 Utility DEFENDANT(S); UN- NOTICE IS HEREBY DOOR OF THE JACK- DA.
Blue w/grey leather tions, contact Mona Must see! $3,500 Considered Call CSI Trailer Sales of Ala- FORD,'02 LARIAT KNOWN TENANT #1; GIVEN pursuant to an SON COUNTY
Blue w/g resy h Meadows (334) 229-416-1051 Auto 850-210-4166 bama 522 Ross Clark F250 Diesel, Crew UNKNOWN TENANT Order of Final Judg- COURTHOUSE, at ANY PERSON CLAIM-
iaer w/re 3s - 792-0022,Ext.83 Ine teo coda Cevy Tahoe t334h947345 $16 00 334-687-9983 #2; meant of Foreclosure 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL ING AN INTEREST IN
ice woter sets, _ _334_-794-7345^ $ _ _ $ 69456K Msale dated October 4, STANDARD TIME on THE SURPLUS FROM
win ows &door Classics& Antiques weather '05 Honda 155k mi, 3rd rowa3.6- 6 Defendant (s). 2010, entered in Civil November 4,2010 the THE SALE, IF ANY,
locks. 112K m. exc.At e to many adonto list $5,900. 646-620-9478 M-120 DT 4x4 w/ Case N.200-CA- following described OTHER TAN THE
cond. $6,500. cash 6000 mi. $26.000 (D an)Kubota loader 120hpNOTICE OF ACTION 000105 of the Circuit property as set forth PROPERTY OWNER
firm serious inquires 1959220SMercedes Cash or cashiers LAlGKF2 (cabfire)3100 . Court of the 14th Ju- in said Final Judg- A OF THE DATE OF
only 334-790-4892 Restore or use for check. 334-687-0225 hrs original tires TO: GRACE CREEL dicial Circuit in and ment, to-wit: THIS LIS PENDENS
Lincoln '01Towncar, parts. Best Offer! 50% . engine, fuel to BB VIN MUST FILE A CLAIM
ignature '01erX8ownr, p -4ts 0 B etank ok. R UCED Eedie Bauer all op- CLUDING ANY UN- Florida, Wherein PARCEL #1, FAULK WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
Signature series w/ 251-747-4022 tanks 10,899. or trade tons, new tires, good KNOWN SPOUSE OF Credit Based Asset LOT: COMMENCING TER THE SALE.
101,130 mi $6,000 Antique '65 Chevelle f' 1 I or trad1tor cond. 1 owner SAID DEFENDANT(S), Servicing and AT A POINT. WHERE
850-579-4467after Malibu SS 38in 283 Chevy 02 Tahoe LT $14,500. OBO 104K IF REMARRIED, AND Securitization, LLC, THE EASTERY INE WITNESS my hand
6plide p. factory ite w/tan leather, Hwy.mi. IF DECEASED THE RE- Plaintiff and Felicia OF BAKER AVENUE and seal of this Court
Lincoln '07 MKZ, air. .500. 080 334. 235k mi, keyless 334-347-3441 SPECTIVE UNKNOWN Lein a/k/a Felicia INTERSECTS THE on the 4th day of Oc-
687-17 eeninentry, new AC, 2nd HEIRS. EVISEES, Long a/k/a Felicia L. NORTHERLY LINE OF tber, 2010.
Light tan w/beigein- 687-Li7 evenings Kawasaki '04 X5636 owner$8250. G R A N T E E S , Olds are PEARL STREET AND
teor, leather heated Collector Mercedes Custom Paint; Call 334.726-7008 . ASSIGNEES, CRED- defendantss, I will RUNNING; THENCE DALE RABON GU-
seats, ABS, side 1983, 240D in very Extended; Lowered Chevy Blazer LS 03ITORS, LIENORS, AND sell to the highest N89 DEGREES 58'E THRIE
airbags 37kmi, NA- good cond., rare 4- $6500 orTrade 4 yB e
DAb1475 sell for- s ed macond. tra . 8 50 -0r. g old.a air power TRUSTEES. AND ALL and best bidder for ALONG THE EASTER" Circuit and County
$17,900 850-814-0155 speed man. tra ns., windows. exc cond. Tractor 30Massey OTHER PERSONS cash, AT THE FRONT LY LINE OF PEARL Qourts
LIncolnConressil im ream to drive Kawa5ai '06 KLR $5500. 334-792-8058 Ferguson w/'isk.CLAIMING BY, DOOR OF THE JACK- STREET A DISTANCE
Lincoln Conbressio a dream to drive, a Kawasaki '06 KLR 55.500. 334-792-8058 Fseuotwi5i FORD '07 Explorer THROUGH, UNDER OR SON COUNTY OF 234.05 FEET TO By: /s/Tammy Bailey
al Town Sedan 03' bargain at $6,800 650 new tires & d 334-91-2360 1 set bCovinton Sport Trac, Limited, AGAINST THE NAMED COURTHOUSE, AT THE POINT OF BEGIN- TAMMY BAILEY
mi. white w/ 34-797-4883 lanterns $3K 797 V-8, Fully Loaded, DEFENDANT(S); 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL NING THENCE N03 Deputy Clerk
toetan leather top, tn S-$350 . 6lll otrs33K7956K Miles, Blue Whose residence STANDARD TIME, on DEGREES 06'E A DIS-
seats, loaded $6000. DeaiTaker.com O or trade for or$20,500, 334-687-4686 areas unknown. January 13, 2011 the TANCE OF 49.81
334-693-2274 Coupons & Deals! wheeler. 850-592 - Tractor JD 4450 Ford8 F150 following described FEET; THENCE N89
Mazda '01626 LX 3287 .8l, s,5 cab,04 doors, ext cab, exc YOU ARE HEREBY re- proper as set forth DEGREES 58'E A DIS
158K Mi. Loaded! SGolfC$ts Kawasaki'09KXF250 334-726-0067. condo, 4.6iterVS quired to file your in sari Final Judg- TANCE OF M So37 ;
Pwr everything, cdMwLde Chrome wheels, answer or written ment, to-wit: FEET; THENCE S07
player, White, tanint: Motor by BPM, 2 Ford '04 Explorer UtilityTr ir loaded, 68K m defenses, if any, in DEGREES 03'W
$4000 334-692-4084 Golf cart, 36V crim- brothers perform- 80k mis 6ft10"W-14ft.6" L. $14,600. the above proceed- COMMENCE AT THE ALONG THE WESTER-
334-797-9290 sonred, 4 sweater, w anceipe, Very fast NADA $8870 Elecbrakes, tanden C 334-237-1039 in with the Clerk of SOUTHEAST CORNER LY LINE OF WYNNOtomans
Maa'04 headlamps, pristine bike or the motor- $6999 or Trade axles, lift gate& this Court, and to OF THE SOUTHWEST STREET A NORTHER-
cMazda '04 ondition. $2000. 334 crossing extremist 850-210-4166 spare tire. Heavy Du-FORD 2005 Sport Trac serve a copy thereof QUARTER OF SEC- LY UNE OF PEARL.
doors, moon roof, c5-0962 334-726-3842s ty 334-796-8136 XLT, 57K, loaded, drk u on the plaintiffs TION 14, TOWNSHIP STREET A DISTANCE LeS t
custom rims, new red two tone grey, ex attorney, Law Offices 5 NORTH, RANGE 10 OF 70.80 FEET TO THE
tires, 58k miles, great Kawasa.i'09 Nnja condition. $17,800. of Daniel C. WEST OF JACKSON POINT. OF BEGIN-
Cond., wonderful car, Motorcycles 250. 3k mi. Perfect Vans OBO. 334-692-4572 Consuegra, 9204 COUNTY FLORIDA; NING. SAID PROPER- D
asking $10,000. Call, conditions Blue, King Palm Drive, THENCE NORTH TY BEING A PART OF
achl o miles red wic. p asking $3000 1999 Ford Windstar Ford '89 Bronco, Runs Tampa, FL 33619- ALONG THE EAST LOT 1, BLOCK E, OF
200ahFR 0or ay tGoldwo 334-648n Van LX, Chestnut col- excel. cond. $3500, 1328, telephone LINE OF THE SOUTH- MILTON ADDmON IN
Amer$000c0-4.1.21 r se T00. Under4-3 3 seats, fully oraded, seetBO d-208 trade 850-774- simile (813)915-0559, SECTION 14 169 FLORIDA, AS RE- S l ithe
l7e T5ase Chopp9r Wara t 2012. 157 miles, new57Vatbsliding doors, A/C 9189/774-9186 within thirty days of FEET; THENCE N 87C CORDED IN PJAT
2003C mC.Leo W mid. tires, $6,300 080 isvStyrs oldNyerv reli-
SOBO 850-526-2491 windows, many ex- foreclosure of mort- 00'00" W, 963.05 FEET
$8500.'334-77 7 w05,200mi,Blue, askforTom tras.$5,000l BO eage against the fol- TO A POINT OF THE ANY PERSON CLAIM- REsfe .

er,4 newtireV $11,750u MOTtATEe 137K hi. supresdGI
Mercedes '73C450 SL Yamaha Royal Star $6,500.334-449-6071 ..


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The AP Top 25
The Top 25 teams in The Associated
Press college football poll, with first-
place votes in parentheses, records
through Oct. 16, total points based on
25 points for a first-place vote through
one point for a 25th-place vote, and pre-
vious ranking:


1. Oregon (39)
2. Boise St. (15)
3. Oklahoma (3)
4. TCU (3)
5. Auburn
6. LSU


Record Pts Pv
6-01,471 2
6-01,433 3
6-01,355 6
7-01,340 4
7-01,279 7
7-01,132 9


7 Alabama
8S Michigan St,
9. Utah
10. Wisconsin
11. Ohio St
12. Stanford
13. Iowa
14. Nebraska
15, Arizona
16. Florida St.
17. Oklahoma St.
18. Missouri
19. South Carolina
20. West Virginia
21. Arkansas
22. Texas
23. Virginia Tech
24. Mississippi St.
25. Miami


6-11,121
7-01,062
6-01,019
6-1 920
6-1 895
5-1 828
5-1 768
5-1 684
5-1 619
6-1 615
6-0 575
6-0 552
4-2 372
5-1 346
4-2 343
4-2 267
5-2 122
5-2 111
4-2 85


NFL

National Football League
AMERICAN CONFERENCE


East
W L T Pct
N.Y Jets 5 1 0 .833
New England 4 1 0 .800
Miami 3 2 0 .600
Buffalo 0 5 0 .000
South
W L T Pct
Houston 4 2 0 .667
Indianapolis 4 2 0 .667
Jacksonville 3 2 0 .600
Tennessee 3 2 0 .600


PF PA
159 101
154 116
89 112
87 161

PF PA
153 167
163 125
107 137
132 95


North
W L T Pet PF PA
Pittsburgh 4 1 0 .800 114 60
Baltimore 4 2 0 .667 112 95
Cincinnati 2 3 0 .400 100 102
Cleveland 1 5 0 .167 88 125
West
W L T Pet PF PA
Kansas City 3 2 0.600 108 92
Oakland 2 4 0 .333 120 151
Denver 2 4 0 .333 124 140
San Diego 2 4 0 .333 157 126
NATIONAL CONFERENCE
East
W L T Pet PF PA
N.Y. Giants 4 2 0.667 134 118
Philadelphia 4 2 0 .667 153 120
Washington 3 3 0 .500 113 119
Dallas 1 4 0 .200 102 111


South
W L T Pct
Atlanta 4 2 0 .667
New Orleans 4 2 0 .667
Tampa Bay 3 2 0 .600
Carolina 0 5 0 .000
North
W L T Pct
Chicago 4 2 0 .667
Green Bay 3 3 0 .500
Minnesota 2 3 0 .400
Detroit 1 5 0 .167
West
W L T Pct
Arizona 3 2 0 .600
Seattle 3 2 0.600
St. Louis 3 3 0 .500
San Francisco 1 5 0 .167


PF PA
130 101
130 108
80 111
52 110

PF PA
112 97
139 112
87 88
146 140
PF PA
88 138
98 97
103 113
93 139


Sunday's Games
Seattle 23, Chicagbo 20
Miami 23, Green Bay 20, OT
Houston 35, Kansas City 31
Pittsburgh 28, Cleveland 10
St. Louis 20, San Diego 17
N.Y. Giants 28, Detroit 20
New England 23, Baltimore 20, OT
Philadelphia 31, Atlanta 17
New Orleans 31, Tampa Bay 6
N.Y. Jets 24, Denver 20
San Francisco 17, Oakland 9
Minnesota 24, Dallas 21
Indianapolis 27, Washington 24
Monday's Game
Tennessee at Jacksonville, late


Chomped!


Meyer, Gators hoping

to fix offensive mess

BY MARK LONG
AP SrioCrs \ VRrm *r

GAINESVILLE - Florida has two weeks to
dwell on its three-game losing streak.
Coach Urban Meyer said he likely will spend,
the time overhauling the team's inept offense,
which ranks 91st in the nation. What that means is
anyone's guess.
Will John Brantley remain the quarterback9
Will Mike Pouncey stay at center? Will Deonte
Thompson stop dropping passes? Will all those
young receivers and running backs, guys barely
on the field in the first seyen games, get a chance?
What about Steve Addazio? Is there any chance
Addazio, who's in charge of.the underachieving
offensive line and the woeful offense, relinquishes
play-calling duties after another debacle?
"There's enough blame to go every%% here,"
Meyer said following a. 10-7 loss to Mississippi
State on Saturday night. The Gators (4-3, 2-3
Southeastern Conference) lost consecutive home
games for the first time since 2003 and have
dropped three in a row for the first time since the
end of the 1999.season. They also fell out of both
polls for the first time in Meyer's six seasons.
How will the Gators respond?
The strangest part is that Florida still controls its
destiny in the SEC Eastern Division. Thanks to
Georgia's slow start and South Carolina's stumble
at Kentucky, the Gators can win out and make it
back to Atlanta for the third straight year.
Then again, anyone who's watched Florida play
this season has to consider that a long shot.
"It's tough, but nobody's mad at nobody,"
Pouncey said. "We're going to stick through this
and' stick through this adversity. Around here at
Florida, we're so used to winning. We're not used
to losing, so only thing we can do as far as right
now is go out and practice hard."
The Gators face Georgia in Jacksonville on Oct.
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