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Jackson County Floridan

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

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

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

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

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TUESDAY


Farm fire causes $10,000 in damages


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
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Thousands of dollars' worth of
hay in a field near Campbellton
was destroyed in an intentionally
set fire Saturday night. Two adults
and a juvenile were arrested in the
case. They were charged with
felony criminal mischief and
taken to the Jackson County jail.
An investigation into the matter
continues, and further charges are
pending against the juvenile,
according to a press release from
the Jackson County Sheriff's
Office.
The adults arrested are Aaron
Emerson, 18, and Zachery Wayne
Mercer, 20, both of Cottonwood,
Ala.
Firefighters and law enforce-


Zackery
Mercer


ment officers were
called to the fire
just after 8 p.m.
near the intersec-
tion of Christmas
and Rambo roads.
The fire destroyed
250 round bales of
hay. The person
who called the fire
in told officers fire


had been set to a field of approxi-
mately 1,000 round bales.
Firefighters were able to keep the
fire from spreading to all of them.
Damage was estimated at
$10,000.
Teams from Jackson County
Fire Rescue, and Campbellton,
Graceville, Cottondale and
Cottonwood, Ala. Fire depart-
ments took part in the firefight.


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Aaron
Emerson


Cottonwood
Police Chief Jim
Smith said
Monday that his
agency is working
with the U.S.
Department of
Agriculture and
other agencies to
solve a series of
such fires since


2009 in north Florida and south
Alabama.
He said a pool of suspects has
been developed in those cases,
although neither Mercer nor
Emerson was on his list of poten-
tial suspects in the earlier inci-
dents.
According to Smith, about a
half-dozen suspicious hay bale
fires have been reported in the


region since late 2009.
The owner of the land in
Saturday's fire was listed as
Donnie Jowers, of Oxford, Fla. A
neighbor who saw it called
Jowers, who in turned called 911.
Rob Burks, a Jackson County
deputy who works for Jowers on
his off-duty hours, had just left his
job at the farm when he was noti-
fied of the fire. He went back and
helped other farm workers move
hay bales to safety as firefighters
worked to put out the blaze.
The farm's employees used two
front-end loaders to separate the
piles of hay. The bales were
stacked in pyramids, Burks said,
with three on the ground in each.
stack, two atop those, and one at


the peak.
"The stacks were


probably 20


feet tall and 20 feet wide." he
said. "We got behind-the fire and
cut the hay line in half, then start-
ed moving the stacks. There were
several hundred bales per line."
Burks said he called for
deputies and more water after he
arrived. The hay that was lost
would have been used to help
feed the farm's cows through win-
ter.
According to Burks, the sus-
pects were rounded up after their
vehicle ran into a ditch trying to
leave the area. They initially left
the car, he said, but were arrested
when they came back to retrieve
the vehicle.
Firefighters were on the scene
for approximately 22 hours, and
farm workers were there another
two.


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City tries new, green way to control bothersome bugs


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The city of Sneads has found an envi-
ronmentally friendly way to augment its
traditional mosquito eradication pro-
gram.
The city's spraying program tries to
zap mosquitoes on the wing; the new
program tries to get them at the egg or
larval stage.
Mosquito fish, sometimes called pot-
bellied minnows, are being raised at the
wastewater treatment plant. They're
then scooped up in nets and taken to


holding ponds, drainage ditches or other
standing water sites in town.
The fish are small - they rarely grow
to more than two inches in length. But
their appetites for mosquito eggs and
larvae are big.
City Manager Ed Kilpatrick said the
town decided to embrace the idea after
discovering a fairly robust, naturally
occurring population of the'fish already
living in the treatment plant. They serve
a purpose there as well, by eating algae.
The system provides the fish with a
convenient breeding ground in the clari-
fier, a post-treatment component of the


plant.
Since mosquitoes almost always lay
their eggs in water or moist soil, deploy-
ing the fish to holding ponds and other
wet areas lets them easily find the deli-
cacy they crave.
The fish were first deployed last
spring as a preventative measure.
Kilpatrick said they multiplied and
thrived once they were in the holding
ponds and ditches. He said it appears
they had an effect on the mosquito pop-
ulation that first year.
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Man charged with supplying beer to minors


STAFF REPORT
A 57-year-old Malone
man was charged with the
offense of allowing
minors to have alcohol or
drugs at an open house
party, according to the
complaint the Florida


Highway Patrol filed
against John Revels.
Revels' arrest came
after a trooper responded
to a traffic accident at
5407 Friendship Church
Road, outside Revels'
residence.
The trooper wrote that


Revels allegedly "had
provided alcoholic bever-
ages to the minor chil-
dren that were involved
in the traffic crash."
The two boys, ages 16
and 17, told the trooper
Revels had purchased
beer for them.


The trooper said he
subsequently saw beer in
Revels' refrigerator.
Revels told the trooper he
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STAFF REPORT
A Miami. man was arrested on multiple
charges after a brief standoff with law enforce-
ment in Graceville Saturday.
According to the complaint
filed against 22-year-old
Alejandro Jean-Charles, of 131
Northeast 63rd St. in Miami, he
is charged with possession of a'
firearm by a convicted felon,
possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana, possession of Alejandro
cocaine, and aggravated assault Jean-
with a firearm. Jean-
The incident leading to Jean- Charles
Charles' : arrest began on
Alabama Street, according to the complaint.
Graceville Police Department officer Ashley
Burnham was dispatched there in reference to
a man waving a gun and shouting, "I'm going
to kill everybody out here, I'm from the 305,"
according to the complaint.
The number 305 is an area code in the north
Miami area. A representative of the North
Miami Police Department said the phrase
allegedly used by Jean-Charles is common
way of saying, "I'm from Miami."
When Officer Burnham
and Jackson County WHAT IS THE
Deputy Jeff Dodson '305'?
arrived, the man had run An area code in
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a neighbor's trailer while they're from Miami
police tried to deal with
the intruder.
Burnham reported that
the man barricaded himself inside the trailer
and wouldn't come out when officers told him
several times to do so.
Graceville Police Chief Elton Horton and
other officers arrived, and together the officers
eventually were able to bring Jean-Charles out
of the trailer.
Officers searched the trailer and found a 40-
caliber Glock semi-automatic handgun, a bag
with a leafy green substance, and a bag con-
taining a white powdery substance.
The items were found under the stove in the
kitchen, and the witness said they weren't hers.
Jean-Charles was subsequently charged with
the drug violations and firearms charges.

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out here, I'm from the 305."
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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.
* The annual meeting of the Jackson Hospital
Foundation Inc. starts at noon in the Hudnall
Building community room. Lunch provided.
R.S.V.P. to 718-2601.
* 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.
* Reserve a free pumpkin and decorate it at the
library for a chance to win prizes in the Fifth Annual
Jackson County Public Library Jack-o-lantern
Jamboree. Decorating materials provided. Oct. 26-
27, 2:30-4:30 p.m. at the Graceville branch; or Oct.
28-29, 2:30-4:30 p.m. at the Marianna branch. Call
482-9631 or 263-3659 to reserve a pumpkin.
* Teresa Carver teaches free Latin dance classes,
3:15 p.m. Tuesday at Jackson County Senior
Citizens, 2931 Optimist Dr., Marianna. Call 482-
5028.
* The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce will
conduct a ribbon cutting ceremony for Heaven's
Garden Worship Center, 3115 Main St., Cottondale,
at 4 p.m. Pastor Aida Spina invites everyone for the
ceremony, refreshments and information about
services and the food pantry that opens in
November. Call 579-9963 or 482-8060.
* Riverside Elementary School hosts Fourth
Grade Parents' Math Night, 6 p.m. in the media cen-
ter. Fifth grade parents will meet Oct. 28. Call 482-
9611.
* 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. 27
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 12-1


p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
* Reserve a free pumpkin and decorate it at the
library for a chance to win prizes in the Fifth Annual
Jackson County Public Library Jack-o-lantern
Jamboree. Decorating materials provided. Oct. 26-
27, 2:30-4:30 p.m. at the Graceville branch; or Oct.
28-29, 2:30-4:30 p.m. at the Marianna branch. Call
482-9631 or 263-3659 to reserve a pumpkin.
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees Building
and Grounds Committee meets at 4:30 p.m. in the
Hudnall Building community room. The Board's
regular meeting follows at 5:30 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 28
* The Southeastern Community Blood Center
mobile unit will be at Marianna High School, 7:30
a.m. to 3 p.m. SCBC's Commercial Park Drive facil-
ity is closed today; call 526-4403 for hours.
* 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.
* A member of Congressman Allen Boyd's (D-
North Florida) staff will be in Marianna and
Graceville to give people of Jackson County an
opportunity to discuss issues of concern. Marianna
hours: 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the Jackson County
Commission meeting room, 2864 Madison St.
Graceville hours: 1-2:30 p.m. in the commission
room of Graceville City Hall, 5347 Cliff St.
* The Area Agency on Aging for North Florida Inc.
Board of Directors convenes a public meeting,
10:30 EDT at 2414 Mahan Dr. in Tallahassee. Call
850-488-0055.
* Reserve a free pumpkin and decorate it at the
library for a chance to win prizes in the Fifth Annual
Jackson County Public Library Jack-o-lantern
Jamboree. Decorating materials provided. Oct. 28-
29, 2:30-4:30 p.m. at the Marianna branch. Call
482-9631 to reserve a pumpkin.
* The Jackson County Library Board convenes its
monthly meeting at 3 p.m. in the Jackson County
Commission chambers. Agenda includes Heritage
reading room, upcoming fundraiser, other special
projects. Public welcome.
* 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.
* Riverside Elementary School hosts Fifth Grade
Parents' Math Night, 6 p.m. in the media center.
Call 482-9611.
* 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. 29
* There will be a fish dinner fundraiser, 10 a.m. to
noon, in front of Bascom School. Plates are $6 each
(two pieces of fried fish, baked beans, potato salad,
bread, homemade pound cake). For delivery or
advance orders, call 569-2159 or 209-2951.
Proceeds benefit school restoration project.
* The Sneads High School Homecoming Parade is
at 2 p.m. (high school students released at 1 p.m.;
middle/elementary, 12:30 p.m.). Homecoming foot-
ball starts at 7 p.m.(Homecoming court presented
at halftime).
* Reserve a free pumpkin and decorate it at the
library for a chance to win prizes in the Fifth Annual
Jackson County Public Library Jack-o-lantern.
Jamboree. Decorating materials provided. Oct. 28-
29, 2:30-4:30 p.m. at the Marianna branch. Call
482-9631 to reserve a pumpkin.
* Spirits of the Caverns is Oct. 29-30, 6-10 p.m.
nightly at Florida Caverns State Park in Marianna,
with children's games, prizes, candy, costume con-
test (ages 1-10), haunted house, Spirit Trail,
Smokey Bear and other guests, and more. Sodas,
pizza and popcorn available for purchase. $4 dona-
tions per vehicle. Call 763-0390.
* 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.
* Signature HealthCare at The Courtyard will have
a benefit concert at Citizens Lodge in Marianna for
Relay for Life with Nashville recording artist Shane
Owens at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 for adults; children
10 and under free. Gates open at 4 p.m. with
Thermal Image on stage until 6.p.m. No Coolers.
Food, drink will be available. Call 526-2000.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-9
p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

Saturday, Oct. 30
* The Marianna Municipal Airport Fly-in begins at
7:30 a.m. Pilots, guests will fly in from all over the
Tri-State area. Tallahassee Helicopter Inc. will be on
site to take the public up for a ride ($30 per person;
children 2 and under ride for free with a parent).
Call 718-1022.
* The 32nd Annual Sunland Fall Festival at the
Sunland. Environmental Park in Marianna begins
with a parade at 9 a.m. Activities conclude at 3 p.m.
There will be three stages of entertainment, food
and craft vendors, and more. Call 482-9373 or 482-
9386.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing inci-
dents for --.
Oct. 24, the 7
latest avail- -
able report: 'i ,IME
One acci-
dent with-
out injury one suspicious
vehicle, one suspicious
person, one brush fire,
one burglar alarm, 19
traffic stops, three larce-
ny complaints, one crimi-
nal mischief complaint,
one follow-up investiga-
tion, one assist of another
agency, two public service
calls, and one


threat/harassment com-
plaint.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and coun-
ty Fire/Rescue reported
the following incidents
for Oct. 24, the latest avail-
able report: One missing
adult, one reckless driver,
one suspicious vehicle,
two suspicious incidents,
one suspicious person,
one burglary, one power
line down, five burglar
alarms, one report of
shooting in the area, 24
traffic stops, two larceny
complaints, two trespass-


ing complaints, one noise
disturbance, one fraud
complaint, one assist of
another agency, one pub-
lic service call, two patrol
requests and three
threat/harassment com-
plaints.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- William Gay, 31, 2707
Brightwell Ave.,
Marianna, driving while
license suspended
/revoked.


- Alejandro Jean-
Charles, 22, 131 Northeast
63rd St., Miami, posses-
sion of firearm by a con-
victed felon, possession of
less than 20 grams of
marijuana, possession of
cocaine, aggravated
assault with a firearm.
- Darris Rainge, 48, 2930-
Albert St., Marianna,
trespassing after warn-
ing.
- John Revels, 57, 5407,
Friendship Church Road,
Malone, allowing minor
, to have alcohol/drugs at
open house party.
- Zachery Mercer, 20, 74
Commerce St.,
Cottonwood, Ala., felony


criminal mischief.
- Aaron Emerson, 18, 37
Paraiso St., Cottonwood,
Ala., felony criminal mis-
chief.
- Darris Rainge, 48, 2930
Albert St., Marianna,
trespassing after warn-
ing. ,
Tammy Rainge, 42, P.O.
Box 614, Greenwood,
worthless checks.

JAIL POPULATION: 202

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.

To report a wildlife
violation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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FFA shines at swine show


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Thirty members of the Marianna
FFA swine show team competed in
the recent Jackson County Youth
Expo.
Jason Barrick had the winner in
the middleweight class.
Senior Showmanship was bro-
ken into four heats to accommo-
date the large number of entries.
Heat winners were Marianna High
School's Connor Ward, Bradly
Middleton, Mary Pittman and
Dylan Jackson.
The overall Senior Showmanship
winner was Dylan Jackson.


Members of
the
Marianna
FFA sine
show team
competed in
the recent
Jackson
County
Youth Expo.

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Malone FFA and
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Malone FFA recently held elec-
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Team members include Daniel
Jackson, president; Karlee Floyd,
co-vice president; Shelby1 co-vice
president; Autumn Speigner, secre-
tary; Cailyn Haight, treasurer;
Katelyn Cross, reporter; Emily
Stephens, sentinel; and Sara
Newson, chaplain.


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Marianna had more blue and gold FFA jackets in town
recently, when it hosted the Florida FFA Area I 2010 Chapter
Officer Leadership Training Conference.
The COLT conference, the second phase of the FFA leader-
ship continuum, is designed to meet the needs of chapter offi-
cers, or those who wish to become officers, and provide them
with the tools necessary for a successful year of service.
Area I District II officers Sydney Stone, president, and
Daniel Jackson, secretary, hosted the event, and numerous
FFA chapters from Area I attended the conference.


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officer team, from
left, Emily
Ste phens, Daniel
Jackson, Cailyn
Haight, Karlee
Floyd, Shelby
Calloway, Autumn
Speigner and Sara
Newsom; and,
seated, Katelyn
Cross. -
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Committee Chair Juanita Sanson are among those
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the Evangel Worship
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II were represented, for a
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members.
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School on Nov. 16 at 6
p.m. The contest is open to
all students under 19.
.This year's topic is "If I
Were the Leader of the
Free World, the First Issue
I Would Address Would
be...." See Linda Long for
further details, or visit
www.optimist.org. Prizes
vary but students could
win up to $2,500.
The deadline for the
Annual Essay competition
is Nov. 15. All entries
should be postmarked by
the Nov. 15 and addressed
to The Northeast Jackson
County Optimist Club,
P.O. Box 560, Malone, FL
32445.
The topic for this year's
contest is, "How my
Education is the Key to a
Successful Future."
Prizes vary, but students
could win up to $2,500.
The contest is open to all
students under 19.
There are specific guide-
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therefore review the con-
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for Homecoming


STAFF REPORT

Sneads High School cele-
brates Homecoming this
week with a number of
activities leading up to the
Friday night football game
against Northview High
School.
Students on Monday
morning decorated several
classroom doors around the
theme, "The Greatest Show
on Turf."
Their efforts were judged,
and honors went to the
homeroom team that deco-
rated the door of science
teacher and senior sponsor
Starr Young.
The first day of the school
week was also "Mountain
Folk Monday," and students
dressed as hillbillies or
mountain folk. Points were
awarded to the class that
had the most participation.
On Tuesday, Mr. Sneads
High was to be crowned in
the school auditorium. Each
grade can have up to five
contestants.
Tuesday was also to be a
dress-up day, the theme
* "dynamic duo," with stu-
dents asked to dress with a
partner in a "pair theme."
Wednesday is to feature a
talent show in the auditorium
and is also "Dress-up
Wimpy Day," where stu-
dents are invited to dress like
"nerds" in the tradition of
"Diary of a Wimpy Kid," a


youth novel-in-cartoons.
Thursday will feature var-
ious field-day style games in
the school gymnasium. It's
also "Throw Down
Thursday," where students
are invited to dress in school
colors, wear face paint and
fun accessories.
Friday, classes will be stu-
dent homerooms all day, so
teams will have time to
worth together on their
floats.
School will be dismissed


The door of
classroom 67
was declared
the winner
Monday in a
decoration con-
test at Sneads
High School
during home-
coming week. It
was prepared
by the home-
room class of
science teacher
and senior
sponsor Starr
Young. - Mark
Skinner/
Floridan


at 1 p.m. that day, and the
Homecoming parade starts
at 2 p.m. Floats will be
judged and awarded a
plaque, with winners recog-
nized at halftime of the
Homecoming game that
night. It's also "Freaky Fan
Friday, where students wear
blue and gold or wear
Homecoming shirts.
The game starts at 7 p.m.,
and a Homecoming dance
will be held from 9 to 11:30
p.m.


drainage ditches and holding ponds again.
MlOSqulto The fish also eat midge flies, sometimes
MI called "blind mosquitoes."
Continued From Page 1A Although midge flies do not bite, they are
nuisances that can travel in swarms.
"We didn't have a scientific measure or Kilpatrick said the city might entertain
data, but we had fewer mosquito complaints taking some of the fish to private properties,
in most areas," he said. "We didn't have if anyone were to request a supply of the
nearly the mosquito problem this year as in mosquito-eaters.
the past." Kilpatrick said the fish deployment does
Next spring, the city will stock the not replace the city's spray program.



OBITUARIES


James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32448
482-2332

Elaine Drawdy

Elaine Drawdy, 57, of
Bascom passed away Sun-
day, Oct. 24, 2010, at Jack-
son Hospital.
The funeral service will
be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday,
Oct. 27, at the Hickory
Grove Baptist Church, Bro.
James Bradley officiating.
Interment will follow in the
church cemetery, James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday,
Oct.' 26, at the funeral
home.
Elaine was born inAnder-
son, S.C. on Dec. 12, 1952.
She lived in Bascom most
of her life and was a mem-
ber of the Hickory Grove
Baptist Church.
She is survived by her life
partner, Wayne Sutton of
Bascom; three sons, Stacy
Drawdy (Marcella) of
Quincy,,, Christopher
.... Drawdy of Jacksonville,
and Robbie Drawdy (Le-
slie) 'of Greenwood; two
daughters, Crystal Lipford
(Jason) and Sheila Bush
(Kenneth), all of Marianna;
two brothers, Edward Tay-
lor and Bobby Taylor, both
of South Carolina; two sis-
ters, Patsy Moore of South
S. - Carolina, and Ann Walls of
Florida; and six grandchil-
dren.
Condolences may be
made online at
www.jarhesandsikesfuneral
homes.com.



James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332

Hazel
* , Frederick
* The fi ineral services fnr


Hazel Frederick will be 11
a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 26,
2010, at the First Baptist
Church of Sneads. Inter-
ment will follow in Dykes
Cemetery, James & Sikes
Maddox Chapel directing.


James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St. .
Marianna, FL 32448
482-2332

Robert L.
"Bob" Imel

The funeral service for
Robert L. "Bob" Imel will
be 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 26,
2010, at the First Assembly
of God Church in Marian-
na. Interment will follow in
Pinecrest Memorial Gar-
dens, James & Sikes Funer-
al Home Maddox Chapel
directing.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332

Donald
Wayne Tyre

' Donald Wayne Tyre, 53,
of Star City, Ark. died Oct.
21, 2010, in Little Rock, Ark.
Born in Jacksonville, Don
was raised in Jackson
County, and lived most of
his life in Wiggins, Miss.
Don was employed with
Evergreen, Packaging Com-
pany as a mechanic for
many years. He was a lov-
ing grandfather.
He was preceded in
death by his mother, Hazel
Tyre; brother Steve Tyre;
and a granddaughter, Tay-
lor Tyre.
Survivors include his
wife, Donna Lipford Tyre of
Star City, Ark.; one son,
Don Tyre of Wiggins; three
daughters, Christina Tyre
of Mobile, Ala., Linda Tyre
Dixon, and Amanda Tyre
Nolan and husband Harley,
all of Wiggins; his father,
Wilfred Tyre, and one
brother, Doug Tyre, both of
Marianna; and nine grand-
children.
The funeral service will
be Wednesday at James &
Sikes Maddox Chapel with
Lamar Clark officiating.
Burial will follow in Lipford
Cemetery with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends Wednesday, 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at James & Sikes
Maddox Chapel. Condo-
lences may be made online
at www.jamesandsikes
funeralhomes.com.


Williams Funeral
Home of Graceville
5283 Brown St.
Graceville, FL 32440
850-263-5116

Mary Helen
Hinson

Mary Helen Hinson, 80,
of Graceville passed away
Oct. 25, 2010, at Flowers
Hospital in Dothan, Ala.
Mrs. Hinson was born Ju-
ly 20, 1930, to Charles Ben-
ton and Mable Windsor.
She was a twin.
Mrs. Hinson was a mem-
ber. of the First Baptist
Church of Graceville.
Mrs. Hinson was preced-
ed in death by her parents,
Charles and Mable Benton;
her husband, Hadley W.
Hinson; her twin sister,,
Sarah Ellen; an infant older
sister; and her son-in-law,
Gene Adams.
Mrs. Hinson is survived
by her daughter, Sarah
Adams of Slocomb, Ala.;
her granddaughter, Dawn
Hatcher and husband Ja-
son, of Cottondale; her
grandson, Allen Adams and
his wife Amanda, of
Slocomb; and three great-
grandchildren, Breanna
and Brock Hatcher of
Cottondale, and Katie
Adams of Slocomb. She is.
also survived by her sister,
Annette Sherman of Tam-
pa; her sister-in-law, Nor-
ma Williams of Panama
City; and numerous nieces
and nephews.
The family will receive
visitors 5 to 8 p.m. Tues-
day, Oct. 26, 2010, at the
Williams Funeral Home in
Graceville. At other times,
the family will be at the
home of Sarah Adams at
1356 Ewell Road in
Slocomb.
The funeral service will
be 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct.
27, at the Williams Funeral
Home Chapel in Graceville,
with the Rev. Dan Raley of
the Slocomb First Baptist
Church, and the Rev.
Timothy A. Folds Sr. of the
First Baptist Church of
Graceville officiating. Buri-
al will follow at the Marvin
Chapel Cemetery in
Graceville.
Flowers will be accepted.
Williams Funeral Home
of Graceville is in charge of
arrangements.


Jackson County Floridan * Tuesday, October 26, 2010 - 5A


Democratic candidate Alex Sink, left, and Republican candidate Rick Scott
engage during a gubernatorial debate, Monday, Oct. 25, 2010 at the University
of South Florida in Tampa, Fla. - AP/Scott Mclntyre


Gubernatorial hopefuls


hurl mud in last debate


BY MITCH STACY
ASSOCIATED PRESS

TAMPA - With just
eight days left to sway
undecided voters, Florida
governor hopefuls Rick
Scott and Alex Sink
hurled insults and bick-
ered through much of
their final debate Tuesday
night.
Running neck-and-neck
in the polls, each echoed
their TV ads in trying to
'convince viewers of the
nationally televised forum
that the other is untrust-
worthy and unfit to be
Florida's chief executive;
.Democrat Sink again
hammered political new-
comer Scott for his lead-
ership of Columbia/HCA,
a hospital conglomerate
that paid a record $1.7 bil-
lion fine to settle federal
charges of Medicaid and
Medicare fraud. Scott, the
CEO at the time, says he
wasn't aware of any
wrongdoing.
Scott, the Republican


nominee, blasted Sink as
a "Tallahassee insider"
who supports the failed
policies of President
Barack Obama.
"Every time you put the
" Obama liberal on me, you
don't know what you're
talking about," Sink shot
back at Scott during one
exchange. "I've always
been a fiscal conserva-
tive."
Both criticized the
administration -of Gov.
Charlie Crist for not
doing enough to create
new jobs. Crist, who was
a Republican, is now run-
ning for the U.S. Senate
as an independent.
The debate was spon-
sored by, CNN, the
University of South
Florida and the S't.
Petersburg Times.
Scott said Sink would
have to raise taxes to
make her economic plan
work, which she flatly
denied.
"She's going to
increase spending," Scott


said. "That's Obama
math."
Riding an antiestablish-
ment wave, the 57-year-
old Scott jumped into the
governor's race in April
and spent around $50 mil-
lion of his own money to
beat Attorney General Bill
McCollum in the GOP
primary. He says that as a
proven businessman he is
best-suited to create pri-
vate sector jobs. He pro-
poses deep tax cuts and
dramatic downsizing of
the budget to help get the
state's economy back on
its feet.
Sink, 62, spent 26 years
in the banking business,
the last seven as Florida
president of NationsBank,
which became Bank of
America. After parting
ways with the bank in a
corporate shake-up, Sink
was elected Florida's
chief financial officer in
2006 in her first ever elec-
tion. She is the lone
Democrat in the state
Cabinet.


'Hiccup girl' charged


with murder in Florida


BY TAMARA LUSH
ASSOCIATED PRESS - .

ST. PETERSBURG -
A teenage girl who
became famous after hic-
cuping uncontrollably for
weeks has been charged
with luring a man to a
house where he was
robbed and fatally shot.
Jennifer Mee, 19, of St.
Petersburg and two others
are charged with first-
degree murder in the death
of Shannon Griffin, 22, on
Saturday.
Mee's unusual condition
landed ,her on NBC's
'Today Show" in 2007 and
got her a hug from country
star Keith Urban.
But her life fell into dis-
array when the hiccups
finally stopped five weeks
after they started. She ran
away from home twice and
her family has sued a hic-
cup cure company for
allegedly using her image
for profit without permis-
sion.
"I've said for a while
now, her case of the hic-
cups wasn't a case of the
hiccups, it was a curse of
the hiccups," Mee's moth-
er, Rachel Robidoux, told
the 93.3 WFLZ "MJ
Morning Show" in Tampa
on Monday. She said she


In this March 1, 2007 file
photo, Jennifer Mee, 15,
right, and her mother,
Rachel Robidoux stand in
a hallway at Clear
Channel Radio in Tampa,
Fla. Mee, 19, of St.
Petersburg, Fla., whose
uncontrollable hiccups
brought her worldwide
attention, is charged in
the killing of a 22-year-
old man during a rob-
bery. - AP/Carrie Pratt
did not know exactly what
happened, but described
the situation as a night-
mare and said her daughter
had not lived with her in a
year.
Sgt. T.A. Skinner of the
St. Petersburg Police
Department said in a news
release that Mee lured
Griffin to a home where


the others robbed him at
gunpoint. Griffin strug-
gled with the suspects aid
was shot several times,
police said.
Skinner said Mee and
the others admitted their
involvement.
Police records show she
lived in a three-story brick
apartment building across
from where Griffin was
killed. Mee's neighbors -
who did not want to,be
identified - said the peo-
ple who lived in her sec-
ond-floor apartment were
often loud.
Mee's hiccups - up to
50 a minute - gained her
notoriety in 2007. She tried
home remedies and con-
sulted medical specialists,
a hypnotist and an
acupuncturist, until the
hiccups finally stopped on
their own.
On her MySpace page,
Mee describes herself as a
"female version of a hust-
la" and adds that "her heart
is still in Vermont," where
her father lives. She last
logged into her page
Sunday.
She was being held
without bond early
Monday. Pinellas County
jail records did not show
whether she had an attor-
ney.


Deputies make drug arrests


STAFF REPORT

The Holmes County Sheriff's Office
says it made a number of drug arrests'
over the past several days.
On Oct. 20, a deputy stopped a white
Chevrolet for an unspecified traffic
infraction. A search of the vehicle
revealed a bag containing a "meth lab
consisting of chemicals used the manu-
facture meth as well as a bottle that con-
tained a bi-layered liquid believed to be
meth oil," a news release from the sher-
iff's office stated. The driver, 34-year-
old Jamison Lance Fowler, and the pas-
senger, 25-year-old Brook Amber
Langford, were arrested and charged
with trafficking in meth, manufacture of
meth, possession of listed chemicals and
possession of drug paraphernalia,
according to the release.
On Oct. 18, a deputy stopped a vehicle
being driven by Charlie Wade Aired, 30,
for alleged traffic offenses that were not
specified in the news release. The deputy
determined that Alred's license was sus-


pended and he was placed under arrest.
A search of Alred's vehicle revealed
marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and pre-
scription medication, according to the
release. He was charged with possession
of a prescription drug without a pre-
scription, possession of drug parapher-
nalia and possession of marijuana,
according to the release.
On Oct. 15, a deputy stopped a white
Mustang for an alleged speeding viola-
tion. The driver, 25-year-old Richard
Blake Boles, was arrested for having a
suspended driver's license. The deputy
also found a shotgun and a black con-
tainer in the Mustang, which heled sev-
eral baggies with hypodermic needles
and methamphetamine, according to the
news release.
Boles and a passenger in the vehicle,
25-year-old Falena D. Lawson, were
both charged with possession of a con-
trolled substance-methamphetamine,
possession of drug paraphernalia and
possession of a firearm while in com-
mission of a felony.


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As bedbugs creep out NYC, tourists crawl away


BY SARA KUGLER FRAZIER
AsSOCI ATED PRESS
NEW YORK - New
York City's bedbugs have
climbed out of bed and
marched into landmarks
like the Empire State
Building, Bloomingdale's
and Lincoln Center, caus-
ing fresh anxiety among
tourists who are canceling
Big Apple vacations
planned for the height of
the holiday season.
Some travelers who had
arranged trips to New York
say they are creeped out
about staying in hotels and
visiting attractions as new
reports of bedbugs seem to
pop up every few days. And
officials in Mayor Michael
Bloomberg's administra-
tion are concerned about
the effect on the city's
image and $30 billion
tourism industry.
The discoveries of pests
at high-profile places are
often not full-blown infes-
tations, or even in public
areas. Bloomingdale's
reported finding exactly
one bug in the famous
department store, the
Empire State Building had
them in the basement and


Lincoln Center's were in a
dressing room.
But those reports. along
with bedbug discoveries in
movie theaters, hotels and
clothing chain stores, are
causing skittish travelers to
call off trips planned
months ago.
Industry professionals -
who have privately told
city officials that they are
nervous about bedbugs
hurting New York's reputa-
tion - say publicly that
they are not aware of any
bedbug-related cancella-
tions. But several would-be
tourists tracked down by
The Associated Press say
they are aborting their trips
here because they fear the
bloodsucking pests.
"It sounds like you can
get them anywhere, any
time of day and not know it
until you get home," said
Patty Majerik, from
Baltimore.
She said she may not
travel to Manhattan next
month with her children,
ages 7 and 10, like they do
every year around the holi-
days to shop, catch a
Broadway show and see
the Radio City Christmas
show.


"I've got four people
traveling on a train, in cabs,
going to stores and the-
aters, and they could be in
any of these places? I hate
to say it, but I doubt we're
going to come this time,"
Majerik said.
Suzanne Baldwin said
she is forfeiting money
spent on reservations for a
November trip to New York
City from her home in
Florida. She had already
*grown accustomed to
checking hotel rooms for
bedbugs - and has done
so in New York before -
but she is now over-
whelmed at the idea that
the bugs have spread
beyond hotels.
"We thought long and
hard about this trip," she
told the AP in an e-mail.
"However, we decided,
knowing we would lose
quite a bit of money from
nonrefundable tickets, it
was not worth the worry."
Susannah Johnston, a
yoga teacher who lives in
the New York City suburbs,
said that she and her hus-
band wanted to stay
overnight in Manhattan last
weekend after attending a
late concert, but that bed-


BY RICARDO
ALONSO-ZALDIVAR
ASSOCIATED PRESS
WASHINGTON - The
new health care law wasn't
supposed to undercut
employer plans that have
provided most people in the
U.S. with coverage for gen-
erations.
But last week a ,leading
manufacturer told workers
their costs will jump partly
because of the law. Also, a
Democratic governor laid.
out a scheme for employers
to get out of health care by
shifting workers into tax-
payer-subsidized insurance
markets that open in 2014.
While it's too c:ul\ to pro-
claim the demi,.e ol job-
based coverage, corporate
number crunchers are look-
ng at options that could
Lead to majiochanges. Gov..
Phil Bredesen, D-Tenn.,
said the economics of drop-
ping coverage are "about to
become very attractive to
many employers, both pub-
lic and private."
That's just not going to
happen, White House offi-
cials say.
"The absolute certainty
about the Affordable Care
Act is that for, many, many
employers who cover mil-
lions of people, it increases
the incentives for them to
offer coverage," said Jason
FVrman, an economic advis-
er to President Barack
Obama.
Yet at least one major
employer has shifted a
greater share of plan costs to
workers, and others are
weighing the pros and cons
of eventually forcing
employees to strike out on
their own.
"I ,don't think you are
going to hear anybody pub-
licly say 'We've made a
decision to drop insurance,'
" said Paul Keckley, execu-
tive director of the Deloitte
Center for Health Solutions.
"What we are hearing in our
meetings is,-'We don't want
to be the first one to drop
benefits, but we would be
the fast second.' We are
hearing that a lot." Deloitte
is a major accounting and
consulting firm.
"My conclusion on all of
this is that it is a huge roll of
the dice," said James Klein,
president of the American


bugs thwarted their plans.
"We started researching
hotels and prices, and then
we read the reviews," she
said. "Every one of the
hotels we were considering
had a guest horror story
regarding bedbugs."
Bloomberg said Monday
he was concerned about the
effect of bedbug hysteria
on the city's reputation.
"You don't want any-
thing that would dissuade
people from coming here,"
he told reporters.
"Hopefully these things
come and go, and this will
go quickly."
Sightings of the rust-col-
ored bugs, about the size of
an apple seed,. have surged
in New York and around
the nation in recent years.
It is not known what
caused their sudden spread,
but experts have theorized
that an increase in global
travel and the banning of
certain pesticides may be
partly responsible.
' Bedbugs are famously
difficult to eradicate; they
hide in many more places
than beds and can go a year
without * feeding.
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Benefits Council, which
represents big company
benefits administrators. "It
could work out well and
build on the employer-based
system, or it could begin to
dismantle the employer-
based system."
Employer health benefits
have been a middle-class
mainstay since World War
II, when companies were
encouraged to offer health
insurance, instead of pay
raises.
When lawmakers debated


the legislation, the nonparti-
san Congressional Budget
Office projected it would
only have minimal impact
on employer plans. About 3
million fewer people would
be covered through the job,
but they'd be able to get
insurance elsewhere.
Two provisions in the new
law are leading companies
to look at their plans in a dif-
ferent light.
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Bigger questions loom
over the new insurance mar-
kets that will be set up under
the law.
They're called exchanges,
and every state will have
one in a few years.
Consumers will be able to
shop for coverage among a
range of plans in the
exchange.


"Late Show" that bedbugs
"are probably tougher"
than New York City's noto-
riously hardy rats.
The . city's tourism
agency, NYC & Company,
said it has not seen mass
cancellations because of
bedbug fears. But officials
said some New York hotels,
museums and other attrac-
tions that depend on
tourists have told the
administration they are
concerned the bedbug


rumors will scare travelers
away.
Tourism officials are
keeping an eye on the situ-
ation, and are trying to
decide how to address the
public relations side of it.
New Yorkers themselves
are feeling more anxious
about regular activities like
shopping, \eiing movies
and even just going to
work, as bedbug reports
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SPORTS


Tigers topple


Lady Bulldogs
MHS volleyball team falls to Blountstown


BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High
School Lady Bulldogs vol-
leyball team suffered a pair
of losses Thursday night, as
the Lady Tigers of
Blountstown spoiled
Marianna's "Senior Night."
The Marianna varsity
dropped the first game 25-
23, before battling back to
take the second game in
overtime, 26-24.
Game 3 was all Lady
Tigers as they thrashed
Marianna, 25-14.
Marianna battled back in
the fourth and final game
but failed to gain a win, los-
ing 25-22.
Meghan Hinson led the
Lady 'Dawgs in serves with
14 service points and three
aces, followed by Eron
Milton with 11 points and
one ace.
Michelle Bassin picked
up 10 service points and
three aces, while Cayce
Griffin had 10 serves.
Ciara Ham had eight
points, with Hali Stout
recording seven points and
one ace.


Hinson also led the team
with 15 spikes and eight
kills, followed by Bassin
with 13 spikes and 10 kills.
Ham had eight spikes
and six kills, while Milton
picked up six spikes and
four kills.
Sophomore Linsey
Basford and junior Hayden
Searcy recorded two spikes
and one kill each.
The junior varsity squad
did not fare much better,
falling in two games, 25-17
and 25-22.
Megan Tillman led in
service points with 10 and
four aces, while Reagan
Oliver had five and one
ace.
Kaydee Nance had five
spikes and one kill, fol-
lowed by Harrison with
four spikes and one kill.
Tia Bass had three spikes
and two kills.
Marianna was scheduled
to host the first round of
district finals Monday
night against Bay High
School at 5 p.m. A win
sends them to Pensacola
tonight. Results of
Monday's game were not
available at press time.


-Miami
Dolphins
linebacker
Karlos Dansby
(58) lands on
the ball
fumbled by
Pittsburgh
Steelers
quarterback
Ben
Roethlisberger
in the second
half of an NFL
game in
Miami on
Sunday. The

23-22: - AP ., .


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BY STEVEN WINE
AP SPORTS WRITER
DAVIE - Upon further
review, the Dolphins-Steelers
officiating crew made only
one mistake on the pivotal
play of the game.
That's small consolation to
the Dolphins, who felt as
though they were robbed of a
win by "Stealers."
The lone officiating error -
a biggie - was the initial rul-
ing of a touchdown for Ben
Roethlisberger, former NFL
vice president of officiating
Mike Pereira said Monday.
After that, Pereira said, the
crew handled the situation
correctly, despite debate about
the subsequent replay review
and explanation of the final
ruling.
The ruling proved crucial in
Miami's 23-22 loss.


"For the game to end like
that and us to get the raw end
of a deal, it hurts," safety,
Yeremiah Bell said.
The Dolphins (3-3) had a
right to be angry, because the
erroneous TD call by the head
linesman may have cost them
the game., Miami linebacker
Ikaika Alama-Francis
emerged from an end-zone
pile with the ball fumbled by
Roethlisberger with 2:30 left.
A replay review determined
Roethlisbeiger's touchdown
was instead a fumble, but
because the video didn't pro-
vide clear evidence as to
which team recovered,
Pittsburgh kept the ball and
kicked the winning field goal
on the next play.
Because the touchdown was
overturned, only the video
review could determine which
team recovered the fumble,


Meghan Hinson pushes the
Bulldogs' game against
Skinner/Floridan


ig anet
said Pereira, now the officiat-
ing analyst for Fox. Any ruling
on the field as to which team
recovered was irrelevant,
because the play is considered
over when a touchdown signal
is given, and the officials don't
continue to officiate.
Regarding the recovery,
conclusive video evidence is
required.
"There must be a clear
recovery by the defense in
order to reverse to a touch-
back," the league's Instant
Replay Manual says. "If there
is a pileup and you can't see
who recovered the ball, or a
long delay with players stop-
ping before the ball is recov-
ered, the offense retains pos-
session."
Said Pereira: "Once you
decide it was fumbled, you
have to find out if there's
indisputable visual evidence


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ball over the net during
Blountstown Thursday.


- <
the Lady
- Mark


r loss

of one player recovering the
ball before it enters into any
kind of a pile. It's not what
happens when a player comes
out of a pile."
Pereira said the rules allow
for players to play beyond the
whistle to recover a loose ball,
even if there play has been
blown dead, and
Roethlisberger's fumble trig-
gered a scramble.
Various Steelers claimed
Roethlisberger, Jonathan Scott
or Doug Legursky recovered
the ball. The Dolphins all said
it was Francis.
If the linesman hadn't sig-
naled a touchdown, the scrum
would have determined pos-
session.
"If the officials had ruled it
a fumble, they would have
been in the pile digging the
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Se TUESDAY



Sneads



defeats



Holmes



County

BYSHELIAMADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Sneads Lady Pirates volleyball team
cruised past Holmes County in the first
round of district' action Monday afternoon
before a huge home crowd. Sneads took the
match with ease in three games 25-7, 25-11
and 25-11.
Coach Sheila Roberts was especially
pleased with the win, which allowed her to
give her sophomores some valuable court
time before next year.
Kara Alford led the team in kills, with 10.
Yonna Bell and Jordan Jackson both racked
up seven kills each.
Alford took the lead in serving with nine
aces, followed by Emily Jones with seven.
Alyssa Edwards was on the board with five
aces.
The win pits the Lady Pirates against the
winner of Monday night's game between
the Graceville Lady Tigers and South
Walton.
Should the Lady Pirates. get past
Tuesday's opponent, they will advance to
the championship game on Thursday.
Tuesday's contest is scheduled to tip off at
7 p.m. at the Sneads High School gym.


Emily Jones saves the ball for Sneads
against Holmes County Monday. -Mark
Skinner/Floridan



Jags' QB


expects to


be cleared


for return
JACKSONVILLE (AP) - Jacksonville
Jaguars quarterback David Garrard expects
to pass his post-concussion tests Tuesday
and be cleared to practice the following day.
Garrard says he failed the NFL-mandated
tests Friday. He
says he was in
"total cloud cover-
age" all week after
Titans linebacker
Will. Witherspoon
drove him to the
ground in the 30-3
loss.
Garrard says the
next day was "just
awful." He was
sensitive to light
and noise, but Jacksonville quarter-
never vomited, back David Garrard
His . focus, was injured on this hit
demeanor and against the Tennessee
speech were "real- Titans tAP
ly slowed down." Titans. - A
Coach Jack Del
Rio says Garrard will start Sunday's road
game against the Dallas Cowboys if he
passes his tests Tuesday.


-Aces to dual in World Series opener


From left to right, Texas Rangers starting pitchers Tommy Hunter,
r Cliff Lee, C.J. Wilson and outfielder Josh Hamilton look on
Sunday during baseball practice for the World Series. - AP


BY BEN WALKER
AP BASEBALL WRITER

When the Texas Rangers and
San Francisco Giants met the first
time, it was a novelty. Now they're
set to tangle for much, much
more.
Tim Lincecum and the Giants
take on Cliff Lee and the Rangers
in the World Series starting
Wednesday night, a matchup of
the teams that curiously played
baseball's first interleague game
back in 1997.
It's an improbable pairing and
promises the trophy will be hoist-
T


ed at Fisherman's Wharf or in the
Lone Star State for the first time.
The Giants have not won the
Series since' moving to San
Francisco in 1958. The Rangers
finally made it this far in the fran-
chise's 50th season.
Texas pitcher C.J. Wilson
quickly tweeted a challenge to
Giants closer Brian Wilson: "See
your beard soon mr wilson."
"Sounds delicious," Brian
Wilson said. "We'll be coming."
Unlikely MVP Cody Ross and
the Giants clinched their spot
Saturday night when Wilson
struck out Ryan Howard to escape


a ninth-inning jam and beat
Philadelphia 3-2 in Game 6 of the
NL championship series, denying
the Phillies a third straight trip to
the World Series.
Josh Hamilton won the MVP
award as Texas eliminated the
defending champion New York
Yankees in Game 6 of the ALCS
on Friday night.
Well before this World Series,
these club helped change the base-
ball world. That June night in
Texas more than a dozen years
ago, Nolan Ryan and Willie Mays
threw out the ceremonial first
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2B - Tuesday, October 26, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


SPORTS BRIEFS

High School Football
Friday- Northview at Sneads, 7 p.m.;
Graceville at Rocky Bayou Christian, 7 p.m.;
Marianna at Port St. Joe, 7 p.m.
Cottondale is off this week, and will return
home on Nov. 5 to play Graceville at 7 p.m.

Middle School Football
The Marianna Middle School Bullpups
play host to Quincy on Thursday at 6 p.m. at
Bulldog Stadium for the Big Bend
Conference championship.

High School Volleyball
The winner of Vernon vs. Blountstown,
and Cottondale vs. Bozeman will play on
Tuesday at 5 p.m.
The winner of Sneads vs. Holmes County,
and Graceville vs. South Walton will play on
Tuesday at 7 p.m.
The district championship game will be
Thursday at 7 p.m.
The Marianna Lady Bulldogs will also
begin district tournament action Monday at
home, facing Bay at 5 p.m.
If Marianna wins, it will have to travel to
Pensacola Catholic on Tuesday for the next
game at 5 p.m.

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

Youth Summit
A Youth Summit on Tobacco Prevention
will be held at Chipola College on Saturday.
Boys and girls between ages of 8 to 18
who are interested in Harambee Dragons
AAU basketball team are welcome to attend.
The session is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the
Literature Building (Z). For more informa-
tion, call (850) 272-5000, or (850) 557-9218.

Golf Tournament
The Annual Tri-County Home Builders
Association Golf Tournament will be Nov.
19 at Indian Springs Golf Club.
Shotgun start is at 12:30 p.m., with dinner
and awards to follow. Four-person/select-
shot format. Entry is $60 per person.
Proceeds go to Tri-County Home Builders
Scholarship Fund/community service proj-
ects. Call 482-8802 for more information.

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


SPORTS


Rangers-Giants: A capsule look at the World Series


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Schedule: (All times EDT) Game
1, Wednesday, at San
Francisco (7:57 p.m.); Game
2, Thursday, at San Francisco
(7:57 p.m.); Game 3,
Saturday, at Arlington, Texas
(6:57 p.m.); Game 4, Sunday,
at Arlington, Texas (8:20
p.m.); x-Game 5, Monday,
Nov. 1, at Arlington, Texas
(6:57 p.m.); x-Game 6,
Wednesday, Nov. 3, at San
Francisco (7:57 p.m.); x-
Game 7, Thursday, Nov. 4, at
San Francisco (7:57 p.m.). (All
games on FOX).
x-if necessary.

Projected Lineups
Rangers: SS Elvis Andrus (.265,
0 HRs, 35 RBIs, 88 runs,


Series
. Continued From Page 1B
balls, players wore special
patches on their sleeves .and
the bases were painted with a
logo reading "First Interleague
Game."
"I remember that," Rangers
reliever Darreni Oliver said this
week, having thrown the first
pitch in interleague history.
The atmosphere is sure to be
even more charged for the
opener at AT&T Park. The NL
finally won an All-Star game
to earn home-field advantage
in the World Series, and that's
an especially good omen for
the Giants - they are 9-0


Miami
Continued From Page 1B
ball out, and it would have
been survival of the fittest,"
Pereira said. "If Miami had
come up with the ball at that
point, it would have been
Miami's. ball."
-For that reason, Dolphins
quarterback Chad Pennington
argued, the linesman shouldn't
have been so quick to signal a
touchdown. That way the offi-
cials on the field would,have


32/47 SBs), 3B Michael
Young (.284, 21, 91, 99 runs,
career-high 115 strikeouts),
CF Josh Hamilton (major
league-leading .359, 32, 100),
RF Vladimir Guerrero (.300,
29, 115), LF Nelson Cruz
(.318, 22, 78 in 108 games),
2B Ian Kinsler (.286, 9, 45), C
Bengie Molina (.240, 2, 19 in
57 games since acquired
from San Francisco), 1 B
Mitch Moreland (.255, 9, 25 in
47 games since called up
from Triple-A on July 29).
Giants: CF Andres Torres (.268,
16, 63, 26 SBs), 2B Freddy
Sanchez (.292, 7, 47), 1B
Aubrey Huff (.290, 26, 86), C
Buster Posey (.305, 18, 67
after being called up from
minors May 29), LF Pat
Burrell (.266, 18, 51, signed


against Texas in their water-
front ballpark.
Overall, Texas has lost 11
straight at San Francisco dat-
ing to 1998. The previous time
the Rangers won there? Oliver
outpitched Orel Hershiser at
Candlestick Park.
The Giants swept visiting
Texas in 2009 the last time the
teams met in the regular sea-
son. They both train in Arizona
and in a spring training game
this year, Nelson Cruz hit a
long home run and Hamilton
left the game after accidentally
being hit in the left hand by a
pitch from Giants rookie
Madison Bumgarner.
There is a more direct link
between the clubs. Eager to


determined who recovered the.
ball.
. "If it looked like the ball
was loose, play it out,"
Pennington said. "Don't throw
your hands up in the air, espe-
cially in the last two stinking
minutes of the game."
But Pereira said officials
aren't trained to hold back on
blowing the whistle to let
replay sort out a situation.
"You make the call your
instinct tells you to make," he
said.
Coach Tony Sparano said
the Dolphins wrote the league


to minor league deal May 29
after release by Tampa Bay
and called up from Triple-A
on June 4), RF Cody Ross
(.269, 14, 65 with Florida and
Giants), 3B Juan Uribe (.248,
24, 85), SS Edgar Renteria
(.276, 3, 22 in 72 -games).

Matchups
Rangers make it four times in
six seasons that a team is
playing in its first World
Series. ... Giants haven't won
World Series since upsetting
Cleveland Indians in 1954,
when Willie Mays and Co.
played at Polo Grounds in
New York. Club moved to
San Francisco for 1958 sea-
son, three years before
Rangers franchise began play
� as expansion Washington


get rookie Buster Posey
behind the plate on a regular
basis, the Giants traded veter-
an catcher Bengie Molina to
Texas on July 1.
Posey blossomed into a
Rookie of the Year candidate,
excelling as a catcher and hit-
ter. He homered on the final
day of the regular season as
the Giants clinched the NJL
West, then contributed
throughout the postseason as
they reached the World Series
for the first time since Barry
Bonds led them there in 2002.
Posey also was praised for
his handling of a staff that
includes starters Matt Cain
and Jonathan Sanchez and
major league saves leader


requesting an explanation, but
he expects nothing to change.
And he noted many other fac-
tors contributed to the defeat.
"The thing I'm most frus-
trated about is just that we got
close against a good football
team in that situation and did-
n't finish," he said.
The Dolphins repeatedly
squandered chances to score
touchdowns, instead settling
five times for field goals. They
were again plagued by mis-
takes in kick coverage and
pass coverage. Even after the
disputed call, they had a


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Senators. Team moved to
Texas, with Ted Williams as
manager, and changed name
in 1972. Rangers make first
World Series appearance in
franchise's 50th season....
Giants lead all-time series
against Texas 15-7 and have
won last seven meetings
(2001-09). Rangers have lost
11 in a row in San Francisco.
... Rangers and Giants both
hit 162 home runs during reg-
ular season. In playoffs, Texas
had 17 in 11 games and
Giants hit six in 10 games...
Molina was Giants' starting
catcher for 3V1 seasons until
they traded him to Texas on
'July 1. That cleared the way
in San Francisco for rookie
Posey to be everyday catch-
er.


Brian Wilson. The franchise
will trying for its first World
Series crown since Mays
helped the New York Giants
win in 1954.
The Rangers took over first
place in the AL West on June 8
and stayed there the rest of the
season. They beat Tampa Bay
in the decisive Game 5 of the
first round behind Lee, a late-
season pickup, and beat the
Yankees in the ALCS.
Even though World Series
rookie-to-be Vladimir
Guerrero and the big boppers
got a lot of attention for the
way they battered the Yankees,
'the Rangers made it to late
October because of their arms.


chance to come back but
gained only 4 yards in an ugly
four-play sequence, losing the
ball on downs.
As a result, the Dolphins
dropped their fifth game in a
row at home, a streak that goes
back to last season. They're.
the first team since the 1982
St. Louis Cardinals to start a
season 0-3 at home and 3-0 on
the road, according to STATS
LLC.
The good news: They're on
the road Sunday - at
Cincinnati.


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Deceit divides family


Dear Annie: I have several siblings. One,
"Emily," divorced when her children were
young. We tried to be supportive and help-
ful. We believed her horror stories about
her ex-husband's affairs and sexual perver-
sions. At various times, Emily would also
privately tell us nasty stories about our
other siblings. To our shame, we believed a
few of them.
Ten years- ago, our parents sold
their home to Emily, making
special provisions so she would
be able to manage financially. Then,
five years ago, our youngest
sister died. Emily left abrupt- *
ly after the viewing and did
not attend the funeral. Shortly
after, we each received nasty
letters saying we had never
been there for her, and that she'd
sold the house and was sending us our
share, as Dad had stipulated. She han-
dled it disrespectfully, ignoring Dad's
wishes to give some money to the facility
where our deceased sister had lived and,
instead, gave it to her own children.
We now realize that Emily told many lies
about each of us. Not only has she alienat-
ed herself, but we suspect she has also
alienated her children from her ex-hus-
band's family. Our dad died recently.
Emily did not participate in the funeral
plans. She came only to the viewing, bring-
ing a new husband we had never met. She


spoke a few harsh words and left.
- The rest of us are closer now as a family.
Do we just accept that this whole situation
is beyond our control and let it go? -
Grieving Sister
Dear Grieving: It sounds as if Emily is
mentally ill. She appears to be a pathologi-
cal liar and unwilling to admit it, Which
means she is not interested in getting help.
There is nothing you can do to straighten
her out. If you want to stay in touch, make
it simple and somewhat imper-
sonal - a birthday card,
Christmas card, etc. So sorry.
A Dear Annie: I read the let-
ter from "Anxiously
1X _ Awaiting," whose risk of
breast cancer worried her
enough to have a bilateral mas-
S \\tectomy and her reconstruc-
\tion has been difficult. She
said her husband still could
not look at her naked body.
I, too, had a bilateral mastectomy and
am not a candidate for reconstruction.
But I am beautiful because I am alive. Your
husband is the one who needs therapy.
Would he rather be going to a cemetery and
leaving flowers? Tell him to grow up and
act like a real man. Learn to love yourself.
I wake up each day and thank God that I
am alive, and so should you.I have nothing
but scar tissue and lumps, but I am so beau-
tiful. - Beautiful and Boobless


BRIDGE


HERMAN BY JIM UNGER


1 6-6 C LauhgSi, ck In, rn n In. FS Inre 2 o10
"Just because he has to be at work by 5 a.m.,
I get stuck with all the breakfast
dishes every day."


Benjamin Disraeli was the British prime minister in 1868
and from 1874 to 1880. During a campaign speech in 1832
he said, "I am a Conservative to preserve all that is good in
our constitution, a Radical to remove all that is bad."
When you are the declarer at the bridge table, you want
to preserve all that is good - your winners - and remove
all that is bad - an entry to an opponent's hand when he
is close to establishing and running his long suit. With that
generous hint, how would you try to make three no-trump?
West leads the spade six: four, jack, queen.
You start with five top tricks: two spades (given the first
trick), two diamonds and one club. You can get two heart
and at least three club winners. It is sorely tempting to take
the club finesse immediately. Here, though, that proves
fatal. East wins with his king and returns the spade nine
(the higher of two remaining cards). You will go down one.
If the club finesse is winning, it can wait. First, since
West's suit isn't yet established, you should concentrate on
removing his potential entry card - the heart ace. At trick
two, lead a heart honor from your hand.
If West ducks, you then take the club finesse and collect
at least nine tricks: two spades, one heart, two diamonds
and four clubs. If West wins with his ace and plays anoth-
er spade, duck that trick, win the third spade, and run the
club queen. You cannot go down unless East started with
five soades.


HOROSCOPE
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
- If you wish to captivate peo-
ple, speak from the heart and
include everyone in your con-
versations, and you'll find lis-
teners will sit up and take
notice. People hear what
involves them.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) - When trying to negotiate
an important financial matter,
let the other guy do most of the
selling. Once the person has
talked him/herself out, you'll
know exactly how to get what
you want.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) - Be nice to all of your
peers, because you never know
from where good things might
arise. Your greatest benefits are
likely to come through arrange-
ments that involve two or more
friends.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.
19) - Developments that have
been bummers, could do an
about-face and produce some
very pleasant surprises. Don't
negatively prejudge anything.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- Your possibilities for suc-
cess are stronger than they
have been in a long time. Some
situations that you thought
were no-wins will instead pro-
duce some decent results.
ARIES (March 21-April 19)
- A work-related condition
that has been giving you a great
deal of trouble might correct
itself and change for the better.
When you see things happen-
ing, don't get in the way.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20)
- It's one of those rare days
when many of the'good things
you've done for others will be
publicly noted. Don't try to duck
out of the limelight or make lit-
tle of all the pats on the back.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20)
- A new channel of earnings
might finally open up for you
through some type of collective
endeavor you've been working
on for a long time.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)
- Be of good cheer if certain
things in your life that have
been a bit troublesome of late
begin to transform discord into
harmony.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
Put your head together with
your mate's, and conjure up
some kind of arrangement that
would benefit the entire family.
It's a good day for designing
collective ideas to clear up. trou-
bling matters.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
-You could be a huge produc-
er when you occupy yourself
with tasks you, like to do. It
behooves you to involve your-
self in jobs you can look upon
as labors of love.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)-
This should be a day where you
dedicate yourself to doing
.everything you possibly can to
improve your material lot in life,
because the heavens are align-
ing in your favor. Don't waste it.


CELEBRITY CIPHER.
by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
Today's clue: Z equals V
"AI R U H . . . G N SL E WO GW JS W
U D DA VWO , W F W I.V , TROOL ,
CDZM OU TWVMCL VWO, WOA GRIO 1
NMV MOGD W CDHSI WOA FDIHS."
- VME NWSIC PSI U MO
PREVIOUS SOLUTION: "When I see something unjust, I have to intervene -
it's hard for me to watch the underdog suffer." - Kristen Bell
(c) 2010 by NEA, Inc., 10-26


KIT 'N' CARLYLE BY LARRY WRIGHT


North 10-26-10
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West East
A K 10 8 6 3 A J 9 2
VA 7 4 V 8 6 5 2
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Dealer: South
Vulnerable: Neither
South West North East
1 NT Pass 3 NT All pass

Opening lead: A 6


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Sldes'lides Ike new, ig sde out. No dents. 40K, $13,200 OBO
Ford engine 12mrg. 334-793-7431 Cell 334-406-2667 Days
$61.000 334.446-1094 334-805.5317. 334-588-3658 nights
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Specializing in - House . Fleetwood Bdr '07 I Nc ai nt work.
CLEANED Residential & TA slde. Gogd E. on. 73K mi.
C o Shape. Ne W T;rB$s. AC, . Sunroof$8000
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SExcavator place of business Owner/Operator iCalEl Debra all natural 0 33.88.1201 kB blue. leather. Int Premum ipack -
D k by "We treatyourpropen~yas *MetalRoofing o S Free SWAMPGATOR rF. l'ee o rit7res. garage t 70 M New

' Bulldozer Von Schrader Quality services done at *Custom Trim ,stim aNANCING AVAILABLE T-I.Iir o 34..,'12 658071
volition LnXDanrywoam ad price Locall Manufactured 2u R ee es Bc 02 R rl L.
'Debriemovlt Extraction will beat any price 10%Serve AC alable asirfe,,, p a15.5e iS bronze in color. i
rRetention ds System. . CntactNumber: ' 8850-526-2336 *,,1'.sa ' .*:..Il Lance '01181 truck. l ther CO piaver.
Retenn____ __ __ ____os __ el-8557-239 camper, loaed, w CM PW & wats, $5300
Clraing Nofuss C assified GIVE US A RING,,, 4x4, 60K, ext. warr. to
Top S Dirt d Advertisil' ' HOME REPAIRS today to place o n334-714-4001 tan. in color, 29K m. pd. $68Knew. Asking

'Gravel ring r TIGrass cutting lIHOMEWORKS your m in the save $25K or more' Cadillac '89 Seville, LeSabre '01 CustOm

Since 1960 Panhandle Carpet Hedge Trimming of Your Home" (850) 526-3614 $159,700. 850-866- inch Image wheels. $5000. PH: 334-406-
C. leao ngs se ling Edging da oCarpenstry/ainting (800) adillac '99 Deville-
Marlanna, FL 32447 yKindall Torbett General Repairs - Cad5a`S tan leather
1-800-768-9235 and buying 4l a BellamyBridge Rd WiimH.LoJr i nt. new tires, o a.
MP.arianna, FL 324486 Insur-drnt end. good ,,nO. -U
Grader ang ler& Reom850-5,4-73-1492 $,6A-VISION 200Tri14K000 mZLe u d w/t
Earvito rles Bulldozing s Onrpleratlor Hnm Seis oeai tm rov Lite,26 ft., fully . Ithr int.heated seats,
owmiltires.08a34-61 0 e . 436 or 671-3712
See HInsttiou NEED TO oe mleaged, 7lke-ne , cCond$9,800 334
1xOBAP934-616-65 0 . 311 912.5,,".'-' Lincoln '00 Town car
rld FIe MAPHIS HIPdQi HOM E PL ACE CsScenic Cruiser 37ef. Camera -0z zU1, a,gnaure series,"
DfLOORING, Inc REPAIR ssby Gulf Stream 99' white, loaded, exc. beautiful Birch Silver
L Cleang Inc. 25 Yea Experience AN AD maculate cond cond original owner, loaded, 60/40 leather
ALHA, L Service For Floor To Roof NO JOBS must see Dothan 334-795-6255 crews, tilt computer
H D Ebr sL0 82i Carpet *' Wood S P CFE Big Or Small Jobs iJts BplO Pal $49,500 334-803-3397m
/ WERT CEl 8 502.0 TileLarminate WIi3TIG L FLOO' FURNITUrE 6anl oK mi. mint cond.
A..-- lode, , LKeatneser ,roo3ed in,


SeiwtnPp Calews S Eo PLaYEHS.O MUC, Mo L Emergency Service Classified representatives " '4con, ovw4, x t lf. 5. X
Aooai & nac llorr2n9 Lincoln '01 Executive
2900 B.den S FREE QUOTES "THE HONEY-DD PRO" and ~h ll be enon ries adult driven.
2900 Borden St Call Chris 850s272-6412 -*Wlinl rs C LBluerw.gre1'leather
(850)573-7482 CallamedayIoraIreestImatet glad to assist you i WINNEBAGO 02 CRL -0 nterior. rewtires&
SA v. service127@gmail8com EmaighAphimerepsyurl-ahoo.com 50 Brave, 2- slides 2- Corvette TORCH RED brakes w/ reg. serv-
TVes, 25AKr, level WITH TAN INTERIOR ice, pwoer seats,
jacks, 19K miles, CHROME WHEELS 6 windows & door
Hihebag 4, nw ftires $49,500, firm serious inquires
Chev.454, new tires (334)268-3900 only 334-790-4892
65rtor, cold AC Cworkin Lincoln '0; 1KZ.
appl, Q-sz.Mbed, ful A:G RLsght tan n* beige rnr
1 5Bl Bishower/tub, sleepsR tenor, leather h-eated
6, 72,000 miles. seats, ABS. side
. a ,FGREAT COND! arbags. 37R. mi;. NA-
8 7334-677-7748, DA $2 I,175 sell 4or
.l8 5803-7210 3 $6,500. $.- 17.900 850-814.0155
Chevwolet '74 El
Your Home away Camino.Good cond. Lincoln Congression
From Home '01 Needs minor work. al Town Sedan 03'
_-__ _-_--_ Aultimate Freedom $5500 OBO 334-699- 142K mi. white w/
40 ft. Winnebago 1 1366 or 797-6925 tan leather top,
.... . . owner garage kept seats, loaded $6000.
HAPYHO E P"' only 54K mi. Kitchen Chevy '02 Camare 334-93-2274
. . . : & living rm w/slide Cony.35th Anniv. Ed.
S" with luxurious leath- Auto. New top/New Mazda '01 626 LX
ni. mer seating. Spacious tires, Exc. Condition 158K Mi. Loaded!
stora e w/Lbasement $7300 334-596-9966 Pwr everything, scd
... .- ,. model w/side X side player, White, tan mt.
frig, dishwasher, , - $4000 334-692-4084
80"2.0 C"e... Bgwasher & dryer & a lo,334-797-9290 t
'"C""-"05I comfortable Q bed.- � spain" " 33-97-92904

King dome in motion d~Mi da '0 R f
l L. -..- satellite & more pow- .v4 doors, /moon roof,
WE"e rCEthanyuFln&eetw d 2dtires, 58k miles, great
LAW"lidesinwitRE07ostB.ck$H52..p33-73w/350 Cummings
U,-' v.' 1'-.T ' . ','.., 3� . Dieselveng. Onanrdie- Chevy 87 Corvette L Cond., wonderful car,
S it r"uckhas pakegt Tops,52K/rd mit. New irius Radhel Low may
of 0 must come gres,+ Mal pers, $ 334-393-9969
2900Borde..174and see!! 850-849- Brakes & Shocks e
48018259..... -.2634or850-638-1703 gdortue et.aP $90 .O00



j"slide , mesE with 07' .6 rtsp Convertle
tuck as package Convblkred int.350 Srus Rado Low mi.
ayoff$36,000 eng.4+3 Man trans. $23500 334 379 6749
34-470-8454 New aint ob. Estate
00Gc Sale. $9500. 2,00080
Wtinnebagon-043T $Chrysler 00" Sebringmte e
r Cony top, runs/looks
ri m-sbefl great, loaded, 140k Mcd'0

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tion 94,000 mi 4.3 Crutsor Limited 1153 Leave msg
v6,automatic Edition, Loaded
transmission,green 97K mi NEW TIRESt Mercedes 82' 380- L
exterior 4WD,$7500 $5,800 (334) 790-7959 93K m L. H/S tops
A w PWRS/Brwhindows,

custom top, charger, e 0 -5 9 upgraded sound
min storage last 4 yrs, ihsytem, car cover &


inew batteries, etc. top storage rack,
$1250. (334)699-8488 clean, well main -
MFord 77"F-150 4WD Chrysler '07 taMned records







1966 Cessna 310K for Corvette '81 C240t Whto pearl
sale or will take on Automatic 350 Ext. w/camel leather
partner. Colemill hou (Silver) sell as is int. Sun roof, ower
grade. 110 hours sunshade.6-disc CD
since engine over- $4900. OBO changer. $11,545
haul. Call Ron at 498- 334-774-1915 334-718-5251
3279 good condition,
green and white ex- Corvette 88'Stingray
ternor, light gray inte- convertible 108K mi.
rior, $105,000 36330 $9,800. 334-791-3081
(334)498-3279 Corvette 94' 85K mL
ferrellr@troadrunner blue, original car like Mercury '05 Grand
p rnelw cond.BREDUCED Marquis GS 39K Mi.
E UmClossifceds hove what $10,995. OBO 334- Wife's Car!!
618-9322 or 334-596- Exc. Cond. $9300
you relo0o0kilng for. 1790 MUST SEE!!!! 334-794-6781


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6 B - Tuesday, October 26, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan C LASSIFIEDS www.JCFLORIDAN.com
Automobiles Motorcycles Motorcycles Motorcycles SportUtilityVehicles Trailers-Tractors VansTrucks-Heavy Duty Trucks-Heavy Duty Legal Notices
for Sale
S'92 Goldwing, 60k - Yamaha '07 V-Star '40 HP MASSEY FER- 1999 Ford Windstar Dodge 01 3500 Dua tris Court, and to
Mercury '05 Grand miles, red, exc. paint fl 1100, 11,600 mi, new GUSON TRACTOR W/ Van LX, Chestnut col- lyI 5.. great con1. 1er- a :cpy thereof
Marquis LS, white, &running cond. rear tire, and extras, TURF TIRES. $4,500. or, quad seeing, du- 4 wvheel. e1 . ca.. -. a.orne,. law Offices
leather seats, wood $7000 850-445-2915 , asking payoff of 334-678-6568 al sliding doors, A/C ut. 2. 646 at o Daielw Offi C
dash trim, 170,780 leave message $5900. 850-762- is 5 3JohnDrew/ s yrs old, ve reli- 6. 476 thar Con.ueqra. 9204
mi. $6,500. Call American Ironhorse 2071/718-5069 after cab & air, good cond. work, 2800 King Palm Drive,
Polyengineering, Inc.'07 Texas Chopper Ford '97 Explorer new clutch, good 334-798-0576 Ford '917 F15u Lar it Tampa. FL 33619-
334-793-4700 ext. 134 1500K mi. exc. cond. Honda '06 UX 1300. YAMAHA '08 V-star VERY NICE! $3,999. paint and tires. RUNS GREAT! I 328. telephone
Mustang 68 good $14,500 334-447-2131 3,000 miles, $5,500. 250, Burgundy, Call: 850-210-4166 $18,000 334-899-3914 %---8 $3.999 0, i813191i 8600, fac-
cond. teal green, Call: 850-210-4166 Low miles! Like new! 0 555C Backhoe ..t rCall td2a10 4166 om 13)9150559,
newly rebuilt engine REDUCED $2,250. 334- For Sale $13,500 - Dodge'04 Ram Red Ford'98 F150, great th first daion
$9,000.334-333-4913 693-5454 Call 334-886-9003 4dr Hemi truck w/114 cond, 165K mi New of this Notce, the na-
Oldsmobile 04 Alero Yamaha 2004 V-Star or 334-726-4661 k hwy. mi. Like new. Brakes, alternator ture of this proceed-
low miles, very nice, 1100 Classic. Black & 6X12 enclosed trailer New rhino liner & and.battery.Cold ing being a suit for
green, new tires chrome, excellent w/1 side door & dbl Chevy '93 G20 bed cover. Infinity Air,Elec windows & foreclosure of mort-
334-726-1215 condition. $4500 OBO FORD '99 Expedition, doors in back $1900 Conversion Van. factory sound, red/ door locks.$4800 obo age against the fol-
334-618-7525 3 seats, fully loaded, new cond. 850-933- Mechanic's Special! bik leather interior. 334-691-4643 owing described
aleHONDA '07 CBR, 600, 2 157K miles, new 9228/643-8312 Loaded $1350 334- Svcd by dealer. Nissan '07 Frontier SE property, to wit:
BMW P Ir00CL L I k loaded, 4,000 miles, Yamaha - 2005, 350 tires, $6,300 OBO --477-4497 Lv. message $12,000 Must see. LB2520ot
m-ei ~ NADA $13 -50 ) retich/lowered, 2 Bruin 4 Wheeler, 334-845-0519 6X12 enclosed trailer (850)960-3922 CC LB 25,200 mi. Too
S , .99 ,,r Trade rrmver exhaust, front wrench good w/1 side door&dbl Chevy ASTO '97 con. Many Extras To List. BEGINNING AT THE
STrad 00 334-355-0454 front wrench good$2,000 Honda'03 Satafe dow/1side door & dblack $1900 version Van raised Dodge 05 Dakota $16,900 334-618-6535 INTERSECTION OF
ig &. dy -- i 2104416 6 S.:-00 334-355-0454 condition $2,000 Honda'03 Santafe doors in back $1900 roof loaded new qua cabSL k THE NORTH LINE OF
(334)790-0976 137K mi. burgundy, new cond. 850-933- roof, loaded, new quad-cab, SLT, 34k THE NORTH I NE OF
i Dirt Bike or Honda Honda 1962 C102 linger7788@hot ood cond. new tires. n933 tires. 51K mi. $9,500. mi, 6 cylinder, full SECTION 13 TN;
Pontiac' 1.1. CRF7uEA.,llent . u-ercub50, 4k mgunaic'o56,500.334-4496071 2B 331 EA 20S .:.rTL poYr ERW$ , 8 6 3W, AND THE
GXP, Automatic Condition $925. m es, Black & white, ma6-.om ,- c, 464 H4966 NO 33E4.49 1864 EASTERLY R/W LINE
$1A,399.00 334-798-2337 Good Cond., electric Yamaha '99 XVS1100 CHRYSLER '06 Town . AT STATE ROAD 169;S ALO
Call: 850-210-4166 start 3 speed, $2500. 42K mL. Asking $3200 A .C, vun ry vHn EEASALO NG
Pontiac G-6 GT'07 GoidWing '97 150SE Fir. 4Ca Inoon CM-F) 0 4-215 or C..,uir . SAID NORTH SEC-
o '9715 Firm. Call noon (M-F) OBO 334-726-,1.215 or condl 51K. 7 . Tea 254.0'
ac ' 70K mi. Pearl white, 334347-9002 334.477-3152 .TION UNE, 254.0'
allconv. black 26.5 K mi. loaded 7,500.229-321-9625 A. C prver. 95.00 Silverado 03 LS 2500 THENCE 5 17 DE-
gar. kept. $15,000. loaded. -Yamaha '99 XVS1100 Backhoe Pro - 080, 334-688-5154 hd, 4wd ext. cab. GREES 14' E, 451.4",
OBO 334.796-661. 42K mi. Ak $3200 2 6000V8, HD4-spd THENCE S 63 DE-
S24,000 pound capaci- Chrysler '95 Voyager, Dod '05 Viper auto trans. newtires, GREES 21'W. 21.5';
Loaded with all the 209-4266 power, am/fm cass. $18,999 or Trade options. $1,100. ad GREES 00' E, 9.5';;
.____-___-______ 'extras $16,999 or BAT WING MOWER $1975 OBO 850-592- 850-210-4166 ons.64Kmi.nada THENCE S 56 DE-
S Shooters r. opeds Trade 850-210-4166 (FINISHING) $9,400. 2832 Dodge 2004 Dakota retail $17,675. Kelley GREES 29' W, 106.0'
Honda 1987 Go wing 4-678-656 crewcab ExI cond, blue book private TO SAID EASTERLY
:- e GMC '95. Conversion 7Kful power 8cyI party $18,765. R/W LNE: THENCE
GdnToyota 04 Sienna H a ii 8k ri ac I Bison'91 Tractor Vin. nr-t A/C, runs auto cruise, $7200. 334-266-5248. 30 DEGREES 12`W
Champagne color, 3kmi, adult ridden, seat, oodivers back. run er g . grt. 500 S & M Au- Call 334-449-1864 Sell for $15,500. ALONG SAID EASTER-
91k garage kept, lots of rest looks good runs ri~ :ks I rea o Sale' 850-774- L L334-449-1864
fully loagedack, extras, fuel injected, great $2800. Naeg edTSell0or0 $15,500.ne LONG SAD UEASTE
miles,ru Calelra3c3k4- 237-397. $J.u 34 NB 08U0 3 9! 8 8i0.774-9186 Ford '014X4V-10 T 0Pr ner THEPOINT OBE-
power sliding door, speed, $16,500. OBO Call 334-237-3697 655.896 I.7142450 Pickup Truck red, extended cab, GINNINTG, AND CON-
$11,200. Call Call 334-464-5916 HONDA' 98 Valkyrie M5 m711K LMBushtech Trailer05 Wanted: 71K M08500 4yltos TAINING 1.96 ACRES.
334-798-5699 Tourer alil orginai. Magnum 08 150 RL eep01 Cherokee Tur... 2 EB.u e i r 05 Automobiles 229-220-0456good runs great
T 07 Pr, run great Soter, Adult 5 Sport 4X4 all power, Condition $3500 FORD'02 LARIAT 00.Call791-2826 f y ou fail to file yur
Black, 3k, Exi. Cond, ainq 4 .900. MPG Street Legal. exc. cond. 110K mi. 334-693-9287 F250 Diesel, Crewanswer or te
GPSbac u eat 33. 693-5454 $1,25 S334-983-41 $5,000.334-792-2838 Cummings/Onan C. 3K .1-998 Leeals proceeding, on
JBL smund, tint, great Honda '99 Shadow or 334-596-4170 Jeep '94 Wrangler generator 703 hrs. L plaintiff s attorney, a
gas mileage, trans- 1100 Arrow Loti,. of _ "very low miles, alum 85KW 400amp, auto -i --,- default will be en-
erable warranty, Harley 08 Road King ras Full W,5 Sport Utility Vehicles alloy wheels, alterrin switch runs 4 poultry '-. Legal Notic tered against you for
new tres askg like newless than chrome mtr guard,tires new cd player, house $15,000. OBO WANTED the relief demanded
$15,900.OBO 2000 miles 4,950. saddlebags, mustang new front seats, 4-40X400 poultry LF15133 in the Complaint or
Call 334-470-3292 Call Mike seat, & whitewall '02 GMC Sierra, white blatk & gold color, house of Lubing nip- Ma0 a BaueJr ]A Nall Petition.
334-797-4576 tires,Lots of Chrome! 1500 SLE 20dr, long $7,500. OBO pie drinkers 334-726- Good Condition Ford'05 Expedition IN THE CIRCUIT
Must see! $3,500 wheel base 176,950 334-792-1994 0978 or 334-795-6101 And Equipped. Eddie Bauer all op - COURT OF THE DATED at JACKSON
229-416-1051 mi. $4,000. call 850-548-5719 tions, new tires, good FOURTEENTH County this 5th day
*1R uI 10 0I-10-Polyengineering, Inc. Drying Trailers $700. cond. 1 owner d FOURTEENTH County thobers 5th day2010
Harley 2009 FXSTC In time for cooler 334-793-4700 ext. 134 Good cond., good DealTaker.com $14,500. 0O 104K JUIFCTHEI AT ofSOctober, 2010.
softail Fwd ctrs exc weather'05 Hondad tires 334-899-3914 Automotive Coupons Hwy. mi. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DALE RABON
V,,1w 5 gn "'02 cond 4500 mi toe many ad on to lis FARM EQUIPMENT IH andDeals Shop with 34 31 JACKSON COUNTY GUTHRIE
Beeleblk/chrome intake ki man st$26.000 Lexus 08 GX470 1440 Combine w/ DealTaker.com CIVIL DIVISION CLERK OF THE CIR-
NADA $8850 slip on exhaust lug- Cash or cashiers white, exc cond, 40k heads $10,000. CAT WANTED Pre '82 - CUITCOURT
$7999 orTrade gage rack etc must check. 334-687-0225 miles, Loaded w/nav, DozerD4b & root Toyota Corolla or SR Ca.e No.:32 2010-CA-
850-210-4166 see $13,999 6bo _________S $40,500. OBO rake 850-415-0438 5 hatchback or '89/90 000824 By:/s/ Tammy Bailey
334)618-3118 Kawasaki '06 KLR Call 334-618-7972 GOLF FEAIRWAY 5 Ford Probe stick TAMMY BAILEY
= -^P-4" H ro, L ,^ al. 6 n res & GANG W/E MO- shift. 850-272-4243 CITIMORTGAGE, INC., Deputy Clerk
rut r,',,) agreat : raF_-GNgreat conw
ir.i... 5 mies. S -~o0 TOR $3,500. 334-678- Heavy FORD '07 Explrer Plaintiff, In accordance with
goo d sportsman 4- miles. Great Condi- GOLF - TORO GREENS 56K Mi es, Blue vs. 1 D99,persons need-
wwi'"' wheeler 850-92- tion! Original owner. MASTEP TRI-3 REEL $20,500.33467-46 6 B 1990, person s .need-
Volkswagon '06 Jetta 3287 Rockfor Fosgate 6'4000. :3.678. - 166BARBARA L TAYLOR; ing a special accom-
TDi. Gre, . gra . premium sound w/6 Nissan *05 Pathfinder 6568 ' Ford 08 FISO XLT UNKNOWN. SPOUSE modation to partici-
Thr.di. -r , r. Kawarak, 09K XF250 disc mp3/CD. Off- 4\4 M.,r, bl Ithr GOLF TRIKING 1900 4 oor-, e ca. : OF BARBARA L TAY- pate in this proceed-
eated seats, alum. HarleyDavidson'03 brotherperform- package.Call MUS SELL! Great 3 CANG REEL Chrrnit whe.is. LOR; UNKNOWN the ASA Coordinator
wheels, sat, radio 40 Harley Dvidson'3 brothers perform- 790-4201. Leave mes- Cor, 1alS . Loaded! W DIESEL MOTOR ,oaded. 6 li. SOU O DAVID L no later ntan e
whee ati 0 Ultra Classic. Black & ancepipe. Very fast sage. 742 Branton Con . Ldd! W DIESEL MOTO aed . 68K . SPOUSE OF DAVID L no later than seven
mpg. 120K mi$11,800 Purple custom paint, bike for the motor- Road.$9,950 Firm. 360-80.-0,8J $2.500. 334-675-65o Chevrolet 14.600. TAYLOR; GRACE (7) days prior to the
334-685-6233 Max. chrome. Garage crossing extremist John Deer 05'48 HP Crew Cab LS Call 334-237-1039 CREEL, COBB; UN- proceedings. If hear-
3pl.12K mi. 14.500 334-726 3842 1 . _ ALLner POWER, KNOWN SPOUSE OF mg impaired, please
Si50. 3ki '09Nin. Perfect r, rr. d. Call. 850 210-4166 XLTR 57Kloaded,drk IF UVING, INCLUDING (TDD). or. (800) 955-




S 07'FLSTSC Springer i20.CC L3w, m . 08 Tan.e LT.29> Cal: 8aw 10 J166 blade i. hinihng 9189/774-9186 G RCAlN:T EE2S will be sold at auc-
S.n! Blu.4 474 prd Gold C r. E. m r 1.500. Chevrolet 96o tone grCab ASSIG UNKNOWN 8770CRED- tio on Novemberia
Blao ,ng13.000060 14.3000 $8.2.OBO1107 cent Cndin, Call 334 774 771 Duely, Diesel, Great condition. $17,800. ITSPOUSENOF SAIDN lorida Relay Service.
334 648 0195 Less than 100hr'.',..
FOR JUNK 000 C 30.500.Ta685-3226 ho ea M6040 Kubota Tra. Worktru, Ford'89 Bronco, Runs MARTEES, AND ALL a.m.at23DE- LF 1 Tire Au
.awasaki200 0 une aTri ha 4EW snooLE tlr HP4WD , FeN grt, lifted, mud tires, CEASED, THE RE- NOTICE OF SALE
PAY HARLE3Y DAVIDSON Warrarnty tl 20132. i$7,999.00 , adr r toAM The following vehicle
H 0. FL"T C 4prr,'r 2053CC LOW i'. 08 T n,,e LT. 2 F: 5 0 41. blade . Irithg 9189/774-9186 G R A N T E E S , will be sold at auc-
S0K - MOTIVATED500. mi3347;434. Gold Call . stereo, $17,000 334- plements also avail. Chevrolet96 rew Cab ASSIGNEES, CRED- tion on November
Sr WIFE' 2 911074 celyeni C ng , ,. 685I6233 e 34791 7 Duely, Diesel, Great D- ITORS, LIENORS, ANDT ; VIN#1J4GL48K24W23
FORlJUNK 254'6S oc9tr 0 2S e a30.500. 6N85-3226 Limited, 105Ka2 miles Ti D Ge
n MolU Molor Scooter Gold w/tan leather- M6040 Kubota Trac- Work truck, Runsh -.- TRUSTEES, AND ALL a.m. at 231 Tire & Au-
CARS!!!!!I!I .-' u '--u. 200m,, Blue. Blue '05 Chrysler heated seats, V8, tor 6Bhp w/351 hrs, great, $5,599 or OTHER PERSONS to Center, 856 US
Pciica22MTouring, has 4WD, sunroof, trailer OHP,4WD, FullHy- Trade850-210-4166 CLAIMING BY, Hwy. 231 S., Alford,
2334-818-124 I 4 50c2,n58163s 3rd row ,eat 143,640 hitch, grill guard, JBL draulics $20,000, m- Chevy 07 Colorado . THROUGH, UNDER OR FL 32420.
MOI-VT-1l mi. $h .0 )0 . Call stereo, $17,000 334- elements also avail. Z71, crew cab, 5-cycl, AGAINST THE NAMED Jeep Liberty,
a 1MOTIVATED Polyengineering, inc. 685-6233 334-791-9107, 2WD, PS, sunroof,c FORD '89 F I0, 4h, KNOWN TENANT ( -1; VN#1J4GL48K24W23
pl334.3psf47a00 o.13ry4OO 3 , blal11 c. . 4x4 Auto, $4,600 or UNKNOWN TENANT 8321
Harley Davidson'08 mt orc ycie. Chevy '01 Tahoe T i - M-12iDTA4,4 w, 3 A-6 ,-iI Eve) reasonable offer 229-#2;
Harley Davidson a Model XVZ13CT, 1551 ni. 3rd rc.w .Kubota loader 1201-P Chevy '91 Cherokee 334-8520, 229-296-L
lect2 Mercedes assiScre body style is sea. fu, LA01ab TH re310 up, gate 8171 Defendant(s).
19839 240 erc ing Eagle Anniversa - road/street, drive nt oded, hr2n ,irngnal .I res l352 4724
Restore or use for ry Ed. Very low miles $S.90.hr. n0,al ir....r" i



2good cond., rare 4- El 5a5 a 00. 0s double seat tour owner$8250. OP'F70 like a . OBO 3J-691-298 Ford ' 96 Ranger G A TEES ,over NOTCEOICE OFFACTION
parts. BestOffer $26900 334-6850380 type is RWD. king $9500 all33426r, 008r, Volvo: firm 334 Tractor 30 Massey ur 334 8 4 Cn, 5 I. . mi A IGNEE, CRED- PECIAL MEETING
251-747-4022 4 cylinders, 35,0001 set bottom plow & up, etercly to tow behind RV. TRUSTEES, AND ALL he Boardof Com
800 Harley Davidson 986 miles. In great god, a r/power 15 CLUBCAR GULF 1 set Covington wllse for parts $3,995.334-790-7959 OTH ER PERSONS missiorters of the
Antique '65 Chevelle FLTC w/ side car, condition. *W ' Black Int 49,000.Miles - "cor. COBB: iF LIVING, IN- E L L
Malibu SS 138vin 283 exc. cond. $10,500. Features double CARTS 2066 MODELS planters $3K334 797- $800 334689183 CLAIUDING ANY UN- orthwest Florida
pglide, psactory OBO 334-794-2665 or hard as dle 98058 ".. ' 76 KNOWN S ARPOUISE OF
687-1017 evenings bags, cruise Chevy 02 Tahoe LT Trailers-Tractors acSA IF REMARRIED, AND. Meengs-Events
Coupons & Deals! Harley Davidson 1992 control. Tires i. FORD hit 03 Expedition he FINISHING MOW duals, cab, au rns. r DEEAED THE RE-
Sscooter 250cc, auto- gar. k ept $3750obo Eddie Bauer, fully ER$600 3346786568 PS, $27,500. e.AC. Loaded. PEC manyVE UNKNOWN LF 6
Co8,ectornMerye Sporster 1200 custom ood shape. Full 235k m, keyless '04 CATAPILLAR TH R r ,EPS DV ISEEO ,
1983, 240ar in vermatic, mid 50's K/KH exc. opt, 334-691-4643windshie l oadeddentry, newAC,hird row 3347260067. . 5.000 OBO . S
Golfod conartd, 36V crim ond.$5,500. OBO double Edition Track owner8250B, 36FT.TELE- 6lW-14.6 L. Mada Ex quired to file your Florida. Meeting will







son red, 4 sweater, w/ HONDA '06 Shadow, Ready. Lots of Extras GMC'00 Jimmy, PEANUT PICKERS, Elec brakes, tandem Chevy 97 Suburban CaFo. Rund , NeRdn answer or written begin at 1:00 T C p.m.
speed man. transtine 2.8 miles, LIKE NEW, Exc. 665334-805-Cond. $5500 OBO great cond., $4200 GRCOPE 702 hrsaxlikes, lift gate & great cod, 1500 minor carb work. defenses, if ay, in E.S.T. The .meeting
ve smcondition.th$2000.334- $4,800g, 0810 bike. Asking $9,500 OBO850-526-2491 ull. 334-726-1530 spare 33ir He CRED- SPEC- $3000. $750334-687-9788 bove proceed- will be open to the
a ream to drive, a on P I easeI 00. lese. l Chevy Blazer LS 03 886-2150 Frgusor, w ik. CHEVY '96 S 10 Pic.-CQ LKE NEW etCQC up iTORS, LIENORS, AND
bargain at $6,800 Harley Davidson 98' 334-790-7380. (16) s4-drgoldair/power 1C AG 1 set bottom plow & up, 2.2 letter; 4 cly., to tow behind RV. TRUSTEES, AND ALL The Board' of Comn-
334-797-4883 exc. cond. orange, anr/1ond. 15 CLUBCAR GULF 1 set Covington will sell for parts $3,995. 334-790-7959; OTHER PERSONS missioflers of the
9_i c CARTS 2066 MODELS planters $3K 797- $800 334-689-9183 Ford '96 Super CLAIMING BY, Northwest Florida
loaded, Must See! Yamaha '05 V-star $5,500. 334-792-8058 W/08 BATTERIES 6925 or 334-699-1366Fo b
ForAu omo650ebags a wind shield, $1,750. EA. 678-6568 Tractor: JD 4450 .. V-8. turbo die-el. 7.3L AGAINST THE NAMED thority will holdLa
Coupons & Deals! Honda 04 Helix back rest,<1K mi. FORD '03 Expedition 16' FINISHING MOW- MSWD duals, cab,....a auto trans. ,tct.er DEFENDANT(S); Special Meeting, No-
scooter 250cc, auto- gar. kept $3750obo Eddie Bauer, fully ER $600. 334-678-6568 PS, $27,500 . Whos are/is unknown. the Holiday Inn &
garage 334-691-4643 loaded, third row 334-726-0067. Suites.,,2725yGrav
cover & helmet, 9k seat, 187K miles, 34.--"Suites, 2725 Graves
matic, k,$2800.Calm Yamaha '06 R6 $80,00 334-689-9135 2KMC NARROW Utility Trailer YOU ARE HEREBY re- Road, Tallahassee,
Goff cart, 36V crim- $Raven Edition Track BODY 4-ROW 6ft10"W-14ft.6" L. Mazda '89 SE-S Ext. quired to file your Florida. Meeting will
son red, 4 seater, w/ HONDA '06 Shadow, Ready. Lots of Extras GMC '00 Jimmy, PEANUT PICKERS, Elec brakes, tanden Chevy 97 Su urban Cat'. Runs, Need answer or written begin at 1:00 ,p.m.
headlamps, pristine 2.8 miles, LIKE NEW, Exc. Cond. $5500OBO great cond., $4200 GREAT COND., axles, lift gate & great cond, 1500 minor carb work. defenses, if any, in E.S.T. The .meeting
condition.$2000. 334- $4,800, 229-334-8520 334-432-5800 OBO850-526-2491 CALL 334-726-1530 spare tire. Heavy Du- series, leather $3000. $750 334-687-9788 the above proceed- will be open to the
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