Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
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Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )


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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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found the back door open. and
the police vere on their v.a\.
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literally made Amanda sick to her

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TV and W\Vi. and all the \Vii
games ',ere gone. In our bed-
room. it looks like someone
spooked (the thief) because they
left my jewelry boxes open on the
counter and they weren't
touched. But the 'd gone through
the drawers and gone through the

,n[tc .;lhn t i e. center in our hi\ Iin!
rm. Tnhe "d npped a bookshelf
from the heetrkck in m son's
rAon. It had been bolted to the
v,.dl so it couldn't tip oxer and
dumo his TV onto the floor. so
the\ just tore it off so they could
get to the TV wires."
A gift Matt's sister had given
him earlier was also stolen.
"'M husband's sister had
b. ,u ht him a business card hold-
er with a University of Florida
symbol on it. and that was also
taken.' Amanda said.
A special gift Amanda bought
for the men in her life was ruined

b\ the burcla.
I'ld bought some matching
pulolmers for mx husband and
son. The\ left one of those, took
the rest"'Amand said.
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to saltwater fishing. which thev
both lox\e. she explained.
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from under the tree \was a digital
camera for the Braxton's son.
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his mother's camera at
Thanksgiving and. because those
had turned \well. he \as getting
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Investigators gather evidence at the scene of a double shooting on Mayo Road between Cypress and
Grand Ridge.- Mark Skinner/Floridan

Investigator says no charges have been filed against shooter

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A Jackson County mother and
son are recovering from gunshot
wounds each received in a family
altercation last Saturday.
Joshua and Sandra Harrell were
each shot in the leg.
No charges have been filed
against the shooter. Robert Coda.
because "it was determined to be
a defensive shooting." according
to a news release about the inci-

According to investigator Virgil
Watson of the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office, the altercation
was related in part to a property
line dispute.
Watson said Joshua and Sandra
Harrell were shot after they and
two others entered the porch of
the home Coda shares with prop-
erty owner Doris Irvin. at 2371
Mayo Road.
"The best we can determine,
they came up on the porch and
Joshua became aggressive,"
Watson said.

"Mr. Coda fired to hit Joshua.
The bullet went into and through
Joshua's leg, and then into
Sandra's leg she was standing
behind him."
Watson said there were several
points of contention between the
parties, who live near each other.
The altercation began as Joshua
and possibly several others were
putting up a fence along a disput-
ed property line.
Heated words were exchanged
before Joshua and Sandra Harrell
and two others went on to the

porch, Watson said.
Coda fired one shot from a 9-
millimeter handgun. Watson said.
Someone from both sides of the
dispute called to report the shoot-
ing, he said.
Joshua Harrell was treated and
released Saturday. Sandra Harrell
was treated and kept in a hospital
overnight for observation.
All the parties involved are
related. Coda is Irvin's fiance.
Irvin and Sandra Harrell are sis-
ters-in-law, and Irvin is Joshua
Harrell's aunt.

Ginger Littleton holds the
purse that she used last week
to hit the arm of a man that
held the school board at
gunpoint. AP Photo/The
Panama City News Herald

For sale:




AP) Bidding has resumed
for a purse a woman used to
hit a gunman at a Florida
Panhandle school board meet-
The website eBay had
stopped the auction Friday
because it didn't meet the
legal requirements for a char-
itable listing. But that issue
has been resolved and the
brown handbag is .,g.ii up for
Its owner, board member
Ginger Littleton, used the
purse to whack the gunman's
arm. Though Littleton wasn't
able to disarm Clay Duke, the
purse became a hit.
Proceeds will go to a chari-
ty run by Mike Jones, the dis-
trict security chief who
wounded the gunman before
he killed himself last week.
The auction is set to end

Man assaulted, robbed

by gang on Hawk Street
Victim says he was pistol-whipped during attack

A gang of thieves armed with pis-
tols robbed and beat a man on Hawk
Street in Marianna early Sunday.
The victim told police he was
struck in the head several times after
three or four young men attacked
and robbed him around 12:30 a.m.
He said the men approached him
as he got out of hi, vehicle in his
garage. which i, in the back yard of

his residence.
The men had on ski masks, the
victim told police, and carried black
semi-automatic pistols. They struck
him in the head with the guns. and
ripped his back pockets in taking his
The victim was taken to Jackson
Hospital for treatment of his injuries.
Anyone with information in the case
is asked to call the Marianna Police
Department at 526-3125 or
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.

Today's Sports Lineup

Bulldogs no match
for visiting Tornadoes
The Marianna High School Eulhl.. ,'
soccer team fell 4-0 to the Bay High
Tornadoes Saturday at Bulldog
Stadium. See STORY, BI

Chipley woman

killed in wreck

A Chipley driver died
Friday in a one-vehicle
accident on State Road 77
in Washington County.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol. Geneisse
Erlewine. 52. was south-
bound on State Road 77 at
or near the posted speed
limit. when she drifted onto
the west shoulder of the
road. The right side of the

Ford Taurus she was driv-
ing collided with a guard
Erlewine oversteered to
the left and lost control of
the vehicle, according to
the highway patrol.
The car spun counter-
clockwise and slid onto the
east shoulder of the road.
collided with several trees.
and overturned.
The car came to rest on
its top.

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Getting it

Tuesday, Dec. 21
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,
crocheting or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
Jackson County Schools observe a short-
er day today; the school day ends at 1 p.m.
Students return to school on Thursday, Jan. 6,
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 Hospital Board of Trustees'
monthly meeting is at 5 p.m. in the Hudnall
Building community room.
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
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
Wednesday, Dec. 22
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Jackson Hospital's Medwheels offers free
screenings for cholesterol, glucose and lipids
9 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-4 p.m. at Rahal-Miller
Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac, Nissan, 4204
Lafayette St. in Marianna. Instant results.
Fast at least two hours prior to testing. Call
The Marianna branch of the Jackson
County Public Library has moved its sixth
annual Ornament Day to Citizens Lodge in
Marianna, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Children from
pre-school to 12th grade are invited to make
up to 15 ornaments. Cost: Free. Children
under 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
Refreshments will be served.
The Marianna One Stop Center offers a
free workshop, "Budgeting," 10-11 a.m. at
4636 Highway 90 East, Rim Plaza, Suite E,
Marianna. Call 718-0326.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
12-1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. in the
AA room.
Thursday, Dec. 23
The Graceville branch of the Jackson
County Public Library has moved its sixth
annual Ornament Day to the Graceville Civic
Center. 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Children from pre-
school to 12th grade are invited to make up to
15 ornaments. Cost: Free. Children under 13
must be accompanied by an adult.
Refreshments will be served.
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-
Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion). 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist

Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room. Attendance limited to persons with
a desire to stop drinking.
Friday, Dec. 24
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road.
Dinner, 6 p.m. (free for first-time guests);
meeting, 7 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856, 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
Saturday, Dec. 25
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
Monday, Dec. 27
Lions Club of Marianna meets every sec-
ond and fourth Monday of the month, at noon
in Jim's Buffet & Grill. Call 482 2005.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
Tuesday, Dec. 28
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes,. 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
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 Marianna One Stop Center offers a
free workshop, "Hospitality," 5:30-6:30 p.m.
at 4636 Highway 90 East, Rim Plaza, Suite E,
Marianna. Call 718-0326.
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
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
Wednesday, Dec. 29
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Marianna One Stop Center offers a
free workshop, "Budgeting," 10-11 a.m. at
4636 Highway 90 East, Rim Plaza, Suite E.
Marianna. Call 718-0326.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open, meeting).
12-1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church. 2901 Caledonia St.. Marianna. in the
AA room.
Thursday, Dec. 30
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-
Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion). 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church. 2901 Caledonia St.. Marianna. in the

AA room. Attendance limited to persons with
a desire to stop drinking.
Friday, Dec. 31
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road.
Dinner, 6 p.m. (free for first-time guests);
meeting, 7 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856, 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 ,p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
Saturday, Jan. 1
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
Monday, Jan. 3
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
Tuesday, Jan. 4
*- 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,
crocheting'or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
Teresa Carver teaches free Latin dance
classes, 3:15 p.m. Tuesday at Jackson
County Senior Citizens, 2931 Optimist Dr.,
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
Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
Wednesday, Jan. 5
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.
Thursday, Jan. 6
Quit Smoking Now classes meet weekly
for six weeks beginning Thursday. Jan. 6, 12-
1 p.m. in Jackson Hospital's cafeteria board
room. No cost. Free nicotine replacement
therapy available for participants. Call 482-
6500 to register.
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-
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-



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The Marianna Police
ntv Department listed the fol-
cor- lowing incidents for Dec.
y. To 19. the latest available
call report: One suspicious per-
idav. son. one burglary, one
physical disturbance, one
verbal disturbance, one
armed robbery. one drug
offense. 10 traffic stops.
one civil dispute. two juve-
nile complaints, one
assault, one assist of anoth-
er agency, one public serv-
S ice call and three
threat/harassment com-
OM plaints.

The Jackson =-
County Sheriff's --
Office and county ,'" 'Ak
Fire/Rescue reported
the following inci-
dents for Dec. 19. the latest
available report: One acci-
dent, one dead person (nat-
ural causes. four aban-
doned vehicles. one reck-
less driver. one suspicious
vehicle., one suspicious
incident, one suspicious
person, one escort. one
report of mental illness.
one burglary. one physical

disturbance, one residential
fire. 13 medical
'- calls, one panic
- _- alarm, one report of
AE shooting in the area.
--- five traffic stops.
four civil disputes.
one follow-up investiga-
tion. one littering/garbage
complaint, one assault, one
noise disturbance. one ani-
mal complaint, one asistt
of a motorist or pedestrian.
five assists of other agen-
cies. three public service
calls, and one
threat/harassment com-

The following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
Ronald Henderson. 40.
2665 Rowell Road.
Cottondale. possession of a
controlled substance.
Robert Thomas. 56.
735 Trailer Court. Chiple%.
driving v.hile license sus-
pended/re\ oked-habitual
traffic offender.
Dexter Highsmith. 22.
4366 Pearl St. L,ot 231.

Marianna. battery-domes-
tic violence. criminal mis-
chief. obstruction by dis-
Ricky Eakea. 29. 1862
Destiny Lane. Marianna.
driving svhile license sus-
pended/rexoked. DLI

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To, ; on a v. ife vio-
,ation. Lc 688-404-
F\VCC (3922).



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Car dealers give back


Jackson County Christmas Fund member Spring Southwell, center, accepts a donation from Marianna auto dealers. From left
are Ricky and Tammy Miller, and Ann Rahal of Rahal-Miller Chevrolet; Southwell; and Jorge and June Garcia of Marianna
Toyota. The group recently contributed $1,500 to the fund, and purchased gifts for 24 foster children. The Jackson County
Christmas Fund provides food and toy coupons to needy families during the holidays and works with various organizations to
obtain sponsors for foster children, senior citizens and families needing a little extra help at Christmas. Contributed photo

Adult Ed names students of the month

The Jackson County Adult
Education Program recently
honored its Students of the
Month for November 2010.
The students were recognized
for good character, academic
progress, attendance, comply- dI
ing with school rules and their 0
attitude and cooperation with "
staff and fellow students. Each '.
was presented a certificate of .
accomplishment and gift certifi- '
cates from area restaurants by .
Principal Beth A.
Westmoreland. From left are -
Martha Johnson,
Westmoreland, Brittany Burns -
and Savannah Gafford. .
Contributed photo .


Trinity, Andy and Abigail Sullens of
Bethany, Okla. are the great-great-
grandchildren of Ollie Johnston of
Dellwood. They say they have been
very good this year. Contributed

Annual hog


gives glimpse

into the past


Step back in time at the Wells Cabin
on the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement
grounds in historic Blountstown, just off
the Florida National Scenic Trail.
During the annual Hog Butchering
event, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Jan. 15.
2011. visitors can experience the pio-
neer ways of meat preparation and
more.Admission and parking are both
free. Breakfast and lunch plates will be
available for a donation.
The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement is
located in Sam Atkins Park, about one
mile west of the intersection of Highway
71 and Highway 20. Follow Highway 20
west out of Blountstown. Look for signs
for Sam Atkins Park; turn north at Silas
Green Street.
The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement is
a nonprofit organization dedicated to the
preservation of rural life in the Florida
Panhandle. For further information on
the Settlement, call 850-674-2777, or e-

Passing the gavel

Rex Wimberly, left, incoming president of the Chipola College Foundation, congrat-
ulates outgoing president Dr. Alex Dudley. The Foundation provides financial sup-
port for Chipola students and college programs through endowments and contribu-
tions. For information about making a tax-deductible donation, contact Foundation
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Author of pedophilia guide

faces charges in Polk County

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vwas able to arrest Greaves
because he sold and mailed
his book. "The Pedophile's
Guide to Love and
Pleasure: a Child-lover's
Code of Conduct." directly
to undercover Polk
deputies. Judd says
Greaves even signed the
"le very proudly sold us
his personal copy," Judd
told the Associated Press.
"I was outraged by the con-
tent. It was clearly a mani-
festo on how to sexually
batter children ... You just
can't believe how absolute-
ly disgusting it was."
Laurie Shorter, spokes-
woman for the Pueblo
County Sheriff's
Department, said Greaves
would be held in the coun-
ty jail, where he was being
booked Monday morning.
It was unclear if he had an
attorney. Judd said Greaves
could be in Florida as early
as Monday night.
"If he will waive extradi-
tion, it's my goal for him to
eat processed turkey on

Chnstma, Da., in th- Polk
Count'. Jai!." Judd said.
Judd. ,,ho keep- a Bible_
on his d. ck. i, kno.', n.
throughout Florida as a ,ru-
sader against child preda-
tors. In past inter ie'v,., he
said hi, campaign against
child porn ,tarted y hen he
',a, a 'ice officer and
come,, tromh hi> ter', cnt
commitment to protect
To him. that commitment
includes crossing state
lines: Greases may have
never set toot in Polk
County. which is a melange
of orange groves. phos-
phate mines, modest towns
and a half-million people
between Tampa and
Denver attorney David
Lane, who has handled sev-
eral high-profile First
Amendmndment cases, said
Florida could have a hard
time extraditing Greaves.
He is entitled to a hearing
where he can argue he
should not be sent there to
face charges.
"The main question is
whether what he's accused
of in Florida would be a
crime in Colorado," Lane
said. "Obviously, it's not a
crime in Colorado because
he hasn't been arrested
Writs of extradition -
the paperwork necessary to
send somebody to another
state are routinely
signed by Colorado Gov.
Bill Ritter, a former Denver
district attorney. But Lane,
who is not affiliated with
this case, said it involves a
different set of issues.
"Most of other extradi-
tion cases present clear-cut
cases, the defendant was
dealing, drugs in that other
state or some other crime
that is also illegal here,"
Lane said.
Ritter's spokesman, Evan

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,police off.- icr .h in Polk n
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Count and a professor at
pedophial Jutice in New
"A, bad a, thi,, book mav
beork. the charopenge sounds
big Pandora's box." said
Dennis J. Kenne%. a former
police officer in Polk
County and a professor at
John Jay College of
Criminal Justice in New
York. "The charge sounds
to me like a significant
Greaves has no criminal
record, but his self-pub-
lished book of advice on
how to make sexual
encounters with children
safe caused a flap when it
showed up on Amazon in
November. The book was
later removed from the site.
Judd said he was
incensed when he heard
about the book and that no
one had arrested Greaves
for selling it.
"What's wrong with a
society that has gotten to
the point that we can't
arrest child pornographers
and child molesters who
write a book about how to
rape a child?" Judd said.
Detectives worked with
the Polk County State
Attorney to compile a war-
rant. which was then signed
by a county judge.
Florida' obscenity law -
a third-degree felony -
prohibits the "distribution
of obscene material depict-
ing minors engaged in con-
duct harmful to minors."

Deadline approaching for

Haitians facing deportation

MIAMI (AP) Haitian
advocates angrily called on
the Obama administration
on Monday to stop detain-
ing Haitians with criminal
records and halt deporta-
tions scheduled next
month, saying those flights
amount to a death sentence
amid a cholera outbreak in
the earthquake-ravaged
The U.S. government's
abrupt decision to resume
deporting Haitians also will
deter others without crimi-
nal records from applying
to temporarily stay and
work in the U.S., cutting
off a lifeline to quake sur-
vivors, they said at a rally
in Miami's Little Haiti.
"Without letting us know
they'll resume deportations
to Haiti, at a time when
Haiti is living under its
gravest crisis, it's so
unfair," said Marleine
Bastien. executive director
of Haitian Women of
Miami. "It's supposed to be

a progressive government.
We're gravely disappointed
by this."
More than 61,000
Haitians have applied for
temporary protected status,
which allows illegal immi-
grants from countries expe-
riencing armed conflict or
environmental' disasters to
stay and work in the U.S.
for 18 months.
More than half the appli-
cations have come from
Florida, according to U.S.
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Seven-month-ola Cameron Vegas looks at Santa John Wenner as he greets peo-
ple. Freelance Santos report that they have fewer if any bookings this season,
largely because of the economy. Ap file

In tough economy,

Santas suffering, too

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a.k.a. Santa has the
beard. He has the belly. He
even has a few tricks up his
sleeve, like pulling up to
parties on his Harley-
Davidson in full Kris
Kringle garb.
But there's one thing lie
doesn't have: work.
For freelance Santas,
this holiday season has
been more "no, no, no,"
than "ho, ho, ho."
Bookings have declined as
paying $125 an hour for
Santa to visit a holiday
party has become an unaf-
fordable luxury. It's the
second year of declining
parties and events, Santas
"This year has been a
bust as far as making any
money," said McTavish, a
retired firefighter who co-
owns a landscaping busi-
ness with his son. "I've
booked nothing. Usually
there's always something
for Christmas Eve, but I
don't even have that."
In addition to knowing
which children have been
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Santas a 1,700-member
social group.
Trolli lives in Sarasota,
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On a recent day, he worked
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"People are telling us
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Even in-demand Santas
with real beards have had
to slash rates, Trolli said.
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they're charging half that.
Trolli said that anecdo-
tally, his members' book-
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Despite the less-than-
jolly economic climate,
Santas said the joys of the
job mostly make up for the
tough times. They love
talking to kids, making
adults laugh and spreading
some holiday cheer in a
year where joy has been in
short supply. Several men-
tioned buying presents -
or even Christmas trees -
for needy families. Trolli's
group encourages mem-
bers to book charity events
for free or reduced prices
if they don't get paying
Steve Robinson, a 47-
year-old Santa in St.
Petersburg, has another
suspicion about why he's
gotten fewer bookings this
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younger and younger that
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William Cato

William -Roy" Cato, 79,
of Love-joy, Ga. passed
away Dec. 17, 2010.
IHe v'..ill be fondly remem-
bered as Shug, Daddy and
He was preceded in
death by his wife, Mattie
Henderson (.ato; and his
parents, Wilbur C. Cato
and Eliza Mock Cato.
Mr. Cato was a veteran of
the Georgia National
Hie is survived by two
daughters, Royce Daffin
and her husband Robert of
Marianna, and Cathy Ham-
mond of Lovejoy, Ga.; four
grandchildren, Lory-Anne
Cheeseboroug and her
husband Jonathan of Ha-
vana, A-shley Bowles and
her husband Jason of
Montgomery, Ala., Casey
Edward Daffin of Tallahas-
see, and Kelly Diane Harri-
son and her husband of
Loganville, Ga.; four great-
grandchildren, Caleb Ham-
mond, Blaine Daffin, Hay-
den Terrell and Emme
Cheeseborough; two sis-
ters, Gail Pope and Alice
Cato; one brother, Charlie
Cato; a dear friend, Betty
Whisnate; and his favorite
pet, Annie. He will be loved
by many special relatives
and friends.
The graveside funeral
service with military hon-
ors was 11 a.m. Monday,
Dec. 20, in Sherwood Me-
morial Park, the Rev. Mike
Henderson officiated.

Mr. Cata u family, re-
cei.ed friends 2 to 5 p.m.
Sunday. Dec. 19 at the Tara
Gardens Funeral Home.
- -lowers will be gratefully
appreciated, or donations
may be made to St. Jude's
Children's Hospital Cancer
The family would like to
thank Dr. Sidhu, Dr. Ste-
phen Cohen. Dr. Richard
Goodjoin, Amedisys Home
Health and Sacred Journey
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Richard Davis

Mr. Herman Richard Da-
vis, 58, of Compass Lake,
formerly of Panama City,
passed away at his home
on Monday, Dec. 20, 2010.
Mr. Davis was born Jan.
24, 1952, to the late Her-
man Clifford and Ima Gene
Davis. He was owner and
operator of the Trading
Post in Compass Lake and
a former owner of the
Chicken Box in 'Panama
City. He was loved by many
and will be dearly missed
by all.
Mr. Davis is survived by
his wife, Connie Davis of
Panama City; one son,
Casey Davis of Alford; one
daughter, Crystal Davis of
Panama City; two brothers,
Mike Davis of Alford, and
Randy Davis of Nashville,
Tenn.; one sister, Patty
Noreika of Bartow; two
grandchildren, Landon Da-
vis and Anthony Davis; and
special friend Kathy
Kolonusz of Alford.
A private family service
will be held for Mr. Davis at

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Rev. Roy

The Rev. Roy Douglas,
74. of Vernon went home
to be with the Lord on
Monday, Dec. 20, 2010.
He was born and raised
in Vernon. He was the son
of Gordon and Pearl Doug-
las. He w'as married to
Marie Douglas, a faithful
companion for over 56
He was a minister of the
gospel by call and a butch-
er by trade. He worked
many years in the grocery
store business, starting out
at Port St. Joe, Jitney Jungle
in Marianna, Poor Boys
Grocery in Alford, and Ver-
He began his ministry in
1958 as a youth minister at
the Graceville Community
Church. The thrust of his
ministry began with a six-
week revival at the Bascom
Assembly of God under Sis-
ter James. He pastored the
Alford Assembly of God
from 1959 to 1969,
pastored the Vernon As-
sembly from 1969 to 1979,
and founded and pastored
the Vernon Evangelistic
Church from 1980 to 1991.
He had many loved ones
and many, many friends

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Sur.vors include his
wife. Mar.e one son. the
Rev. Juno Douglas and wife
Aimee of Sneads: tvwo
daughters. Linda Cook and
husband Bobo Lexie. and
Lecia Mitchell and hus-
band Billy Joe. all of Ver-
non: five grandchildren.
Johnathan Cook and wife
April, Douglas Cook. Jor-
dan Mitchell and wife
Sheena. Bradley Douglas
and Valaree Douglas: four
great-grandchildren. Jacob
Mitchell. Emma Mitchell.
Sarah Mitchell and Hayden
Cook: and two sisters. Irene
Brewer and Marlene Do-
The funeral sen-ice will
be 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec.
23, at the Vernon Evangel-
istic Church in Vernon, the
Revs. Leon Jenkins Juno
Douglas officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in the
church cemetery, James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel of Marianna di-
The family will receive
friends 5 to 7 p.m. Wednes-
day, Dec. 22, at the Vernon
Evangelistic Church, 3119
Main St. (Highway 79) in
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Bonnie Hicks
Peacock -

Bonnie Hicks Peacock,
93, of Marianna, formerly
of Cottondale, died Mon-

day, Dec. 20. 2010. in Ma-
rianna. at the home of her
daughter and son-in-law.
Kathy and Lou Roberts.
where she had lived for the
past five years.
A native and lifelong resi-
dent of Jackson County.
she retired from the
Cottondale High School
cafeteria. Mrs. Peacock
was the oldest living mem-
ber of the Cottondale Free
Will Baptist Church.
Survivors include her
son, Edwin E. "Buddy" Pea-
cock of Bonifay; four
daughters, Bobbie Harris
and husband Wayne of Cy-
press, Sadie Dixon of Talla-
hassee, Shirley Barwick
and husband Jack, and Ka-
thy Roberts and husband
Lou, all of Marianna; sever-
al grandchildren and great-
grandchildren; two sisters-
in-law, Lillie Hicks of
Graceville, and Jean Pettis
of Malone; and special
caregiver, Mary Smith.
The funeral service will
be 10 a.m. Wednesday,
Dec. 22, at Maddox Chapel.
Burial will follow in
Cottondale Baptist Ceme-
tery, James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel of
Marianna directing.
The family will receive
friends 5to 7 p.m. Tuesday,
Dec. 21, at James & Sikes
Maddox Chapel.
Flowers will be accepted
or memorial contributions
may be made to Covenant
Hospice, 4215 Kelson Ave.,
Suite E, Marianna, FL
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at

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Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Robert Wayne

Robert Wayne Sequin.
63, of Marianna died Satur-
day. Dec. 18, 2010, in Gen-
eva. Ala.
He was a native of New
York, served in the Army in
Vietnam and was a retired
truck driver. Mr. Sequin at-
tended the Sneads Assem-
bly of God Church.
He was preceded in
death by his parents. Floyd
and Hazel Sequin.
Survivors include his
wife, Alma Sequin; one son,
Cecil W. Berry; two daugh-
ters, Genice Moniyham
and husband Junior, and
Sheila Edwards: one sister,
Donna Synder and hus-
band Bruce; and five
grandchildren, Leah and
Aaron Moneyham, Lindsey
and Ethan Hewett, and
Kaitlyn Edwards.
The funeral service will
be 2 p.m. Wednesday, Dec.
22, at James & Sikes Mad-
dox Chapel, the Rev. lack
Howell officiating. Burial
will follow in Cypress Cein-
etery, James & Sikes Funer-
al Home Maddox Chapel
The family will receive
friends one hour prior to
service, at 1 p.m. at the fu-
neral home.
Expressions of sympathy
may be made online at

New governors

facing historic

financial crisis

New York's incoming gov-
ernor, Democrat Andrew
Cuomo, says he won't
raise taxes even though he
will inherit a budget deficit"
of at least $9 billion when
he takes office in January.
Ohio Republican Gov.-
elect John Kasich is prom-
ising to cut taxes, despite a
shortfall of about $8 bil-
And in California,
incoming Democratic Gov.
Jerry Brown who
ardently pursued innova-
tive clean energy and envi-
ronmental protection pro-
grams during his first stint
in office, in the revenue-
rich 1970s and '80s will
have to figure out this time
how to close a budget gap
projected at more than $25
Twenly-six states elect-
ed new governors last
month 17 Republicans,
eight Democrats and one
independent and now
they are going to have to
reconcile their principles
and campaign promises
with some harsh -fiscal
realities: This is the worst
budget climate for the
states in at least a genera-
Cumulatively, the states
face budget shortfalls of
nearly $140 billion next
year. according to the
Center on Budget and
Policy Priorities, a
Washington think tank. To
make matters worse. bil-

lions in aid to states from
the federal government's
$800 billion stimulus plan
is set to dry up early next
The incoming governors
face some painful and
politically unpopular deci-
sions, with the easy fixes
long gone. Among the,
unsavory alternatives: tax
increases or deep cuts in
programs voters hold dear,
such as education, public
safety and health care.
"I think we have to be
realistic with the people of
South Carolina: This is
gonna hurt," said
Republican Nikki Haley,
South Carolina's incoming
governor. She has ruled out
raising taxes or increasing
fees for hunting, fishing
and drivers' licenses.
Bob Williams of the
conservative think tank
State Budget Solutions
said new governors will be
able to take a fresh look at
the proper role of state
"You have to redesign
and refocus state govern-
ments around what are the
real functions of state gov-
ernment. If it's not a core
function, don't do it," he
But even that prescrip-
tion doesn't give governors
much room to maneuver.
A study by the Pew
Center on the States and
the Public Policy Institute
of California of five fiscal-
ly troubled states found

New York Gov.-elect Andrew Cuomo says he won't
raise taxes even though he will inherit a budget deficit
of at least $9 billion when he takes office in January. -
AP file

voters believe education
and health care are the core
functions of government
and should not be cut, even
though they eat up a
majority of most state
budgets in some cases
up to two-thirds of all
At least nine incoming
governors have pledged
not to raise taxes to close
their states' budget gaps.
All but Cuomo are
Nick Johnson, director
of state and local programs
for the Center on Budget
and Policy Priorities, said
they may have to reconsid-
er that pledge when cam-
paigning gives way to gov-
"You saw a lot of candi-
dates promising deep cuts
in spending, but few of
them were very specific in
what they would cut," he
said. "The key is to put
everything on the table.
and that includes the rev-
enue side."
That's the message
Connecticut's incoming
Democratic governor. Dan
Malloy. is conveying. The
former Stamford mayor
said he will have to raise

taxes and cut services to
close a projected $3.5 bil-
lion shortfall, one of the
largest of any state as. a
percentage of its overall
"We can't raise taxes by
$3.5 billion, nor can we cut
the budget by $3.5 billion.
Let's be honest," Malloy
said. "So this is a time
when people have to be on
notice that they'll be
requested to participate in
shared sacrifice."
In Nevada, with a pro-
jected deficit of $1.1 bil-
lion to $3 billion, incom-
ing Republican Gov. Brian
Sandoval is refusing to
raise taxes, calling it "the
worst thing you could do"
during a recession. Nevada
leads the nation in bome
foreclosures and bankrupt-
cies and has the highest
employment rate at 14.2
In hard-hit Rhode
Island, Gov.-elect Lincoln
Chafee, a former GOP sen-
ator who became an inde-
pendent in 2007, said he
wants to close the state's
estimated $300 million
deficit through a combina-
tion of cuts and a new sales
tax on untaxed goods.


man faces

drug cl


A Cottondale man faces

drug charges
after police
searched the
truck he was
according to
a press
release from
the Marianna


Police Department.
Ronald Wayne
Henderson, 40, was pulled
over for an unspecified traf-
fic infraction, according to
the news release.


Noting that the vehicle
"was seen leaving a known
narcotics area off Penn
Avenue," police asked
Henderson if he had any
narcotics or weapons in the
vehicle, according to the
Henderson denied having
either. But when a search of
the truck was conducted,
officers say they found a
sandwich bag in a space
behind the dashboard
which contained several
hydrocodone pills.
Henderson is charged
with felony possession of a
controlled substance in the

Fire destroys

mobile, home


Fire destroyed a mobile
home near Campbellton
Sunday night.
Graceville Volunteer Fire
Chief Tommy Dennis" said
the fire at 5332 Rail Street
is still under investigation.
No one was in the trailer
when firefighters arrived.
The electricity at the
house wasn't connected.
Dennis said, but it did

appear that someone may
have been staying there.
Dennis did not know if
the owner, Warren Tucker,
was aware if someone was
occupying the structure.
Dennis said Graceville
sent one engine and five
firefighters: Cottondale
volunteers sent an engine
and four firefighters:
Jackson County sent two
engines and five firefight-

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one of his own to start
experimenting in serious
photography. He also had a
Paper Jamz guitar and
amplifier taken.
Bought during a Black
Friday sale. the guitar set
couldn't be replaced at the
price paid.
But almost everything
else was. thanks to friends
and family members. They
pooled their money so that
the family could restore its
"Between my family and
church. we've been thor-
oughly blessed." Amanda
said. "'My pastor (James
Lamb) at Cottondale First
Assembly came to us in the

first five minutes and has
been with us throughout.
Our church and family
gave us money to replace
the kids' Christmas pres-
"I don't think we could
have taken this as well as
we have. if it hadn't been
for the people who love us
and reached out to us."
Although almost all their
belongings have been
replaced. Amanda's stolen
camera had some special
pictures on it that may
never be recovered.
The pictures were taken
the previous weekend.
when the Braxtons had an
early Christmas with her
parents. Her dad works off-
shore. and can't be home
on Dec. 25.
And there's something
else the thief or thieves

"They had to realize they were
taking Christmas from little kids."

-Amanda Broxton, burglary victim

took: their son's sense of
security. Amanda says
that's the worse thing of all.
"There were pictures of
our children in the living
room, and how someone
could steal with those little
faces looking on. I don't
know. They had to realize
they were taking Christmas
from little kids." she said.
"It's like someone just
decided that somebody else
deserved my children's
Christmas. They took our
material stuff. but they also
made my seven-year-old
afraid to sleep alone, afraid
to leave the house without

hiding his things."
She said that has left a
bitterness she can't ignore.
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the favor one day not on
their children. but on them.
I hope one day they live to
be as afraid as my son has
become." she said.
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anger, she said the experi-
ence has left her and her
family richer in one way.
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remember the Christmas
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ily made sacrifices, to turn
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AP\S' S wi \VR

DAVIE Brandon
Marshall says blame the
The NMiami Dolphins sta-
tistics say the same thing.
For the eighth time in nine
\ear,. Miami has fallen shy
of the playoffs -- although
this season it w\as more like
a headfirst flop. And the pri-
mariv culprit is eas\ to iden-
T he Dolphins (7-7) are
last in the AFC in scoring.
their products it min decline.
The'\e the past three games and 24
in the past three games at
home. xihere they're an
astoiundin'e 1-.
After a I17-14 loss to last-
place Buffalo eliminated
NMiam from the pla off race
Sunday, Marshall fingered
the offense as the season',
scapegoat On .Monday,
coach lons Sparano sid the
disappointing Cear a\\as a
collectiCe dfilure that also
in ol\ced the defense and
special team i-
ou \\In .andI lose games
a t' a im,i said 'It
hasn't, Ib" n l o ng [ist one
',5,\ the entire se,, son'
Then lie added. 'Is 14
points cnigh Im this
league.' IFounrtecen points
isn'tt en'ou,! \\c need to'
score nior "
Sundali '..a the seventh
time the Dolphins ha\c been
held to 14 points or less.

starter Zac Davis. Coach
Garyn Waller sent Cody
Barfield, Seth Gilley, James
Morrison, Peter Ratzlaff,
Paul Gochenaur, Stevie
Blanchette, David White, J.
T. Meadows, Blake Waters.
Jude Han in the field and
Michael Mader in the net.
The Tornadoes went up
1-0 in the first half on a shot
that went under Mader on
an attempted diving save.
In the second half, the

With games left against
Detroit and New England,
Miami likely will finish last
in the conference in scoring
for the first time in franchise
history. according to STATS
The Dolphins rank fourth
in the league in yards
allowed but only 23rd in
yards gained.
"I want to apologize to
the defensive guys."
Marshall said. "All year they
played their hearts out. They
played together. They
played like a unit's sup-
posed to play. Offensively
all year we didn't get the job
done. We didn't make
enough plays."
The persistent ineptitude
means big changes are like-
ly, with the future of quarter-
back Chad Henne and coor-
dinator Dan Henning in
Sparano find, himself
increasingly on the hot seat.
too. For the first time in his
three seasons as coach, he
\was asked at his weekly
Monday news conference
about his job security.
"I just need to get mx
team read\ to play this
Seek." Sparano said.
"That's all I need to do.
That's mI concern.
Everything else is out of mx
control. Let somebody else
deal with it."
Somebody else would be
ossner Stephen Ross. ,.ho
said before the season he
expected the Dolphins to

Dogs had opportunities but
could not muster a goal.
The Tornados added three,
to make it a 4-0 loss for the
"Overall, I thought we
played fairly well," Waller
said. "We did a good job in
the first hall', then fell
asleep for a little bit in the
second half. We just squan-
dered too many opportuni-
ties and you can't afford to
do that against teams like

"We have proven that we
can play and compete with
anyone in the district. But
our priority is to win, not
just compete So therefore,
we have to capitalize on the
opportunities that are pre-
sented and quit wasting
them." The Bulldogs were
scheduled to travel to
Freeport Monday night.
Results of that game were
not available at press time.

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Buffalo ,ll:' Drayton Florence (29) tackles Miami
Dolphins' Brandon Marshall (19) during the second half
of an NFL '.:-c.,ball game on Sunday, Dec. 19, 2010, in
Miami. -AP Photo

reach the Super Bowl. Ross
hasn't commented publicly
on the disappointing season.
Ross wa- in attendance
for Henne's third consecu-
tiue l:ckluter performance
Sunday. He thresv a costly
interception, took three
sacks and looked shaks in
the hurrt-up offense.
Henne's pas-er rating of
77.6 ranks 25th in the
league. and he has 2 minter-
ception, and only 25 coring
pauses in 2s career starts.
Then again. he has had lit-
tle help ith' ,year from a sup-
posedli stout ground game.
Neither Ronnie Brov,'n nor
Rick. \Vilhms hs had a
10()-1 ard game. and the
Dolphin- arc a'rainig nl%

3.7 yards per carry, next to
last in the league.
That's a big step back-
ward for a team that ranked
fourth in rushing a sear ago.
The Dolphins had 48 pass
plans and only 19 rushes
against Buffalo. and pass
plays have outnumbered
running plays by 115 snaps-
this season. Are the, still a
running team in the Bill
Parcells mode?
'VWe hang our hat on the
run. but sometimes out of
necessity we get away from
that. tight end Anthon,
Fasano said. "We haven't
played consistent enough to
Jefine our sles and put a
label on .what type of
ftcnse w.e are

Vikings still


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MERE football action
continued last Thursday
night at Optimist Park
with the undefeated
Vikings taking on the
In the first half,
Shamari Pittman picked
up the first score of the
night for the Vikings on a
one yard run. Pittman
converted on the extra
point to make it an 8-0
game Later in the half,
Pittman scored again on
a nine-yard run. He then
converted, and the
Vikings had a 16-0 lead
going into the half.
There was an injury

time out in the first half
while the Cowboys' Alex
lidwards was treated on
the field, before being
transported to the hospi-
tal for precautionary rea-
In the second Hialf.
Tyler White made good
on a 47-yard run for the
third touchdown of the
night. The point after
failed. but the Vikings
kept their 22-0 lead right
up until the final whistle.
In the second game of
the evening, the Saints
defeated the Dolphins.
Stats and scores were not
available from that game.
Football will conclude
this week at Optimist

UCF cracks

top 25 pol


Rompza got his first taste
of stardom over the week-
end. He was wearing a
Central Florida sweater at
an outlet mall when a clerk
behind a watch counter
gave the starting point
guard a second look.
"He was like, 'Oh. are
you A.J. Rompza?'" he
said. "It's pretty crazy right
These days, the Knights
are getting recognized
In the latest milestone in
a banner year for the athlet-
ics program, the UCF
men's basketball team
cracked the AP Top 25 for
the first time in school his-
tory Monday, checking in
at No. 24. The team was
informed just before an
afternoon practice. and
emotions swirled all over
the place.
"'It's starting to show that
people are recognizing
UCF not just for football.
but also basketball."
Rompza said. "It's great to
actually have that honor to
say we re ranked."
The timing couldn't be
better, either.
Big East presidents
unanimously agreed to
expand the number of foot-
ball-playing schools from
eight to 10 in early
November. A few weeks
later. TCU accepted an
invitation to join the confer-
ence in all sports in 2012.
UCF. Houston and
'.l.....1.1 a member in
other sports besides foot-
'-.-_1 are among potential
targets to be the next pro-
gram. And if it doesn't hap-
pen for the Knights this
time. it certainly v.on't be
for a lack of success from
their top two sports.
UCF's football team also
earned its first ranking in
the AP poll this sea-on and
v.on the Conference USA
title. Nov. nev. basketball
coach Donnie Jones ha.s the-
Knights f10-0 off to their
best start since moving up
to Division I in 1984.

"We haven't really put a
lot of focus on the Big East.
It's a lot of perception,"
Jones said. "But if you do
what you should do, and
you win. and your pro-
grams have success, oppor-
tunities will come your
The university also has
done its part.
The school has bal-
looned into the second-
largest university in the
country with more than
56.0)00 students, built new
athletic facilities and
upgraded old ones in recent
years. The Knights still
have had trouble stepping
out of the shadows of the
state's traditional powers.
and a mediocre basketball
program had been consid-
ered one of the major stum-
bling blocks for any poten-
tial move to a BCS auto-
matic-qualifying confer-
Maybe not anymore.
This season, the Knights
already have beaten No. 20
Florida. Miami and South
Florida and are favored in
their last major nonconfer-
ence game Wednesday at
Massachusetts. Not bad for
a team that was 15-17 last
season. had uncertainty lin-
gering after longtime coach
Kirk Speraw was fired and
has had injuries to several
key players.
Jones. a former Florida
assistant and protege of
Gators coach Billy
Donovan. was convinced
that UCF had all the mak-
ings to be a winning pro-
gram. So he stepped down
as Marshall'- coach to
come back to the Sunshine
Exen his mentor has
been impressed v.ith ICF s
rapid rise under Jones.
"'m really happy for
him." Donovan said. 'And
also I think the thing that's
probably gotten lost is he's
battled a lot of injuries.
He-s had a lot of guys hurt
and everything else. I think
hes in position to hase a
terrific sear right nov. and I
couldn't be any more proud
of him."
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Thursday's Game
San Diego 34, San Francisco 7
Sunday's Games
Kansas City 27. St. Louis 13
Dallas 33, Washington 30
Tenrnesse 31, Houston 17
Carolina 19, Arizona 12
Philadelphia 38, N Y Giants 31
Detroit 23, Tampa Bay 20, OT
Cincinnati 19, Cleveland 17
Buffalo 17, Miami 14
Indianapolls 34, Jacksonville 24
Baltimore 30, New Orleans 24
Atlanta 34, Seattle 18
Oakland 39, Denver 23
N Y Jets 22, Pittsburgh 17
NeIa England 31, Green Bay 27
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Chicago at Minnesota, 8 30 p.m
Thursday, Dec. 23
Carolina at Pittsburgh, 8:20 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 25
Dallas at Arizona, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 26
fennessee at Kansas City, 1 p.m
San Francisco at St. Louis, 1 p.m.
N.Y. Jets at Chicago, 1 p.m.
Baltimore at Cleveland, 1 p.m.
New England at Buffalo, 1 p.m.
Detroit at Miami, 1 p.m.
Washington at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.
Indianapolis at Oakland, 4:05 p.m.
Houston at Denver, 4:05 p.m.
San Diego at Cincinnati, 4:05 p.m.
N.Y. Giants at Green Bay, 4:15 p.m.
Seattle at Tampa Bay, 4:15 p.m.
Minnesota at Philadelphia, 8:20
Monday, Dec. 27
New Orleans at Atlanta, 8:30 p.m.

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Dallas 21 5 808 2
Ne, Orleans 16 11 .593 7n
Houston 12 15S 444 11'/2
Memphis 12 16 429 12
Northwest Division
W L Pct GB
Oklahoma Cityl9 9 .679 -
Utah 19 9 .679 -
Denver 16 10 .615 2
Portland 14 14 .500 5
Minnesota 6 22 .214 13
Pacific Division
W L Pct GB
L.A. Lakers 21 7 .750 -
Phoenix 13 13 .500 7
Golden State 9 17 .346 11
L.A. Clippers 7 21 .250 14
Sacramento 5 20 .200 14'/
Sunday's Games
Boston 99, Indiana 88
New Jersey 89, Atlanta 82
L.A. Lakers 120, Toronto 110
Houston 102, Sacramento 93
Detroit 111, New Orleans 108, OT
Phoenix 113, Oklahoma City 110
Monday's Games
Orlando at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Utah at Cleveland, 7 p.m.
New Orleans at Indiana, 7 p.m.
Charlotte at Washington, 7 p m.
Dallas at Miami, 7:30 p.m.
Phoenix at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m.
Milwaukee at Portland, 10 p.m.
Houston at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.
Minnesota at L.A. Clippers, 10:30
Tuesday's Games
Oklahoma City at Charlotte, 7 p.m.
Dallas at Orlando, 7 p.m.
Philadelphia at Chicago, 8 p.m.
New Jersey at Memphis, 8 p.m.
Golden State at Sacramento, 10 p.m.
Milwaukee at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m.
Wednesday's Games
Cleveland at Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Detroit at Toronto, 7 p.m.

Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
Philadelphia 34 22 7 5 49 117 82
Pittsburgh 33 21 10 2 44 104 78
N.Y. Rangers 35 20 14 1 41 105 91
New Jy 32 9 21 2 20 58 98
N.Y Islanders 30 6 18 6 18 65 104
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Caigary at Mnesta, 8 p.m.
Tuesday's Games
Anaheim at Buffac 7 pim.
St LouisatAranta. 7 pm.
Calgaryat Conbus, 7 pmn
New --eatW oashrgtr 7730 pm.
Montreal at Da, 9 pnm.
LosAngeles at Coiradc 930 pm.
Edmonton at San Jose 10"30 p.m
Wednesday's Games
Tampa Bay at N.Y. slanders, 7 pm.
Flonda at Pttsburgh, 7 pim
Vancouver at Detroit 730 p.m.
Nashville at Chicago, 830 p.m.

APTop 25
W-L Pts Pvs
1. Duke(64) 10-0 1,624 1
2. Ohio St (1) 10-0 1,551 2
3. Kansas 10-0 1,479 3
4. Connecticut 8-0 1,408 4
5. Syracuse 11-0 1,395 5
6. Pttsburgh 11-1 1,270 8
7. San Diego St 12-0 1,134 11
8. Villanova 9-1 1,118 10
9. Misouon 10-1 1,009 13
10. Georgetown 10-1 980 15
11. Kansas St 9-2 866 6
12. Michigan St 8-3 858 14
13. Kentucky 8-2 850 17
14. Purdue 10-1 712 19
15. Baylor 7-1 684 9
16. Memphis 8-1 577 18
17. Minnesota 10-1 504 21
18. Texas 9-2 429 22
19. Tennessee 7-2 411 7
20. Florida 8 2 382 -
21. Illinois 10 -2 370 12
22. Notre Dame 10 1 327 24
23. BYU 10 1 302 16
24. UCF 10-0 258 -
25. Texas A&M 10 1 246 25
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Temple 39, West Virginia 24,
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NBA Announced the board
of governors has approved the
sale of the New Orleans Hornets
to the league.
National Football League
Placed P yan Ma Steve Hutchinson on
inuredreserve and RHP oSigned Beus, R
Archer from the practice squad.
Canadian Football League
B.C. LIONS Signed QB Travis
Lulay to a contracts tension.
National Hockey League
Reassigned D AssCodyWild from
(A Announced the board
D Marco Scandella from Houston
(AB.C. LIONS Sgned QB.Travis
Realleday to Malt Corrente from
Albany (AHL). Hockey League
Reassigned G Mike Brodeur to
Binghamton (AHL)HL).
Recalled G Cedrick Desjardins
from Norfolk (AHL).
American Hockey League
AHL Suspended Connecticut
RW Mats Zuccarello one game for
his actions during Friday's game
against Worcester.
Reassigned G MiKyle LawBson, F
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to Florida (ECHL).
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a person familiar vith
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Nlonda\. The person
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to open a new stadium in
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Continued From Page B

The Knights have been
getting 16 points a game
from sophomore guard
Marcus Jordan, son of
Michael Jordan.
Marcus' older brother, Jeff.
came to UCF over the
summer from Illinois but
has to sit out this season
because of NCAA transfer
The Knights' winning
streak could be in jeop-
ardy, however, with

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Dear Annie: I am living with the girl I fell in
love with 40 years ago. "Nancy" and I were sep-
arated during the Vietnam War. Last year, we
reconnected, divorced our respective spouses
and began planning a future together.
I told Nancy I wanted an honest relationship,
and she agreed. She told me she was sexually
abused by her boss's son and never filed a com-
plaint. Later, she was gang raped by three men.
She didn't report that, either. Then
she told me that while I was away in
the Army, my now-deceased father
raped her. She never mentioned this
to anyone, but it was the reason
she ended our relationship. She* .aw
married a guy who cheated on it
her, and they divorced. While liv- .
ing with her second husband-to- .
be. she had an affair with his best
friend and became pregnant.
When I visited her hometown. I met the
man she had the affair with and realized how
much her son resembles him. The second ex-
husband raised both of her children from her
first marriage. as well as the child she had
while living with him. I think he deserves to
know if he is the biological father of this child. I
also think rapes and abuse should be brought up
to the authorities. But Nancy doesn't want to
make waves. She especially doesn't want to hurt
her children's relationship with the man who
raised them.
I love this woman, and we are planning to
marry in a few months. Knowing her past and


Johnny Carson said. I was so naive as a kid I used
to sneak behind the barn and do nothing."
If declarer needs to sneak a trick to make his other-
wise doomed contract, he should go for it as quickly as
possible. As a defender, you really need to be on your
toes to avoid a naive duck. which would permit the
sneaky declarer to sneak successfully.
This deal is an example. What is South's sneak?
Why should East not fail for ir? North. with no singleton
or void. should shut his eyes and go for the nine-trick
game It is very unlhkey that fr/e of a minor ,'ill make
and three o-turr. a I SOt;,I sta'ls ,ith eight top
'cks three shades ard f/e cubs. He can establish a
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: sft effective tc a'onds. Declarer's best play is
to take -he f'rst tncx :n" -e djmmy ar.d immediately call
for a heart. If East is quj ety dozing, he wvll play second
hand low and the contract will succeed. However. East
should read ris care's lead. A rine ;s always top of
thingn. So ScoTn has -ne k;ng and queen of spades.
Things are des-e-ate East must dash in with his
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not being able to help her worries me. What
should I do? Vietnam Vet
Dear Vet: Nancy sounds like she's.had a life
of emotional turmoil. The fact that her son
resembles another man is not proof, but the child
deserves to have an accurate medical history.
You may be able to convince Nancy to discuss
this with her son, but you should not take any
action on your own. As for the various sexual
assaults, there are statutes of limitation on
reporting such crimes. The best thing you could
do for Nancy is encourage her to get into coun-
seling to deal with the trauma of her
Dear Annie: My wife is a beau-
tiful woman whom I dearly love.
She has some facial hair, espe-
A. cially on her chin, which she
chooses to shave. This leaves her
chin stubbly. When she does not
take care of it as often as she
should, it becomes a little unat-
X \ i\tractive.
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better option. How do I bring this
up without upsetting her? Anonymous or
I'd be in Big Trouble
Dear Anonymous: There is no flattering way
to tell a woman that her face reminds you of
George Clooney. But she may be unaware that
her stubble is visible to others and should be
told. Waxing and depilatories would do a better
job. and if she is unwilling to maintain that reg-
imen. she can look into laser hair removal or

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PREVIOUS SOLUTION: "People of mediocre ability sometimes achieve
outstanding success because they don't, know when to quit." George Allen

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possessions. If anything unfortu-
nate shioid happen to it. it'll be
your responsibility to replace it.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -
Be cognizant at all times of the
details, not just the big picture. if
you hope to assess an important
matter correctly Don't let unim-
portant side issues distort your
logical judgment.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) -
Usually you know what to keep
secret and what can be told. This
day. however you might have a
difficult time keeping the cat
ensconced in the bag if the story
is a bit too juicy to keep to youi-
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -
Don't permit yourself to get
drawn into situations that some
high-rolling friends could easily
handle, but not you. Keep in
mind your financial limitations.
and abide by them.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
Talking about your goals might
make for some interesting con-
versations and make you look
like a high achiever, but unless
you actually do what you say, it'll
be nothing but chatter.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
Asking others to do things for
you that you can easily do for
yourself will only make you look
like a user. Don't impose yourself
on anybody unless you really
need some help.
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LOST: 2 white bull
puppies: Last seen
near Salem Ch Rd
LOST -2 wht bulldog
puppies w/blk spots
Lost around Salem
Ch Rd & Howell Rd in
Sneads. 850-557-8029
LOST: F Collie near
Capt. D's in Mar. An-
swers to MaryJo or
Josie. REWARD 850-

S f KohlerCampbell Pia
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nal owner, ex. cond.
ttom ns $1,400, Donna cell
Ottomans (850) 573-2075 or
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City of Marianna has a temporary
position in the Natural Gas Department.
Call 850-718-0326.
EOE/Drug Free Workplace Employer
Gulf Coast Dermatology is seeking an
outgoing/experienced Medical Assistant to
join our busy practice in Marianna.Should
have computer & previous medical office
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pharmaceutical knowledge.Surgical experi-
ence is a plus. Able to work independently
as well as on a team. F/T w/some travel
EOE/Drug Free. Fax Resume to 850-482-272.
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seeks an English Instructional Specialist.
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S Boats Motor Homes/RVs Automobiles
W forSale

Gorgeous flashey I Honda'97 TRX90 Monoco Knight '06,
long hair parti Chi 4-whee er --' Save $25K or more. Buick '02 Regal LS.
huahua. S/W. very ti- Like New Cond. I Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 bronze in color,
ny S350. 334-889-0099 1500.334-792-8018 mi. many upgrades leather CD player.
Ready for Christmas -_________ -. $159,700. 850-866- PW & seats,. 5300
Polaris 500, 06 4x4 :2774 850-526-5832
FTo good homes Lab Automatic, low hrs & Seacraft, '89 Buick '98LeSabre
Your pet deserves a ke- mixed puppies & Apartments i miles $4200 850-482- Center Console, boat, (BY OWNER) low
=o An anxeditunwtUnfurnished ir u motor & trailer, ne5(B t
| gC ^ l- mixed pith puppies. Business Property miles, leather, load
f a free pet my draw $40. 334-886-3022 FoLease Polari '96 2x4D225HP Johnson Mtr,a e Teswew ltred -
whowil se yoaimalfor 1/1 & 2/1 apt., in num brakes,wh., runs OB 850 592
research bre p- MiscellaneousPets town, $450. mo. No Dwtw 90 Front Ste Gdition $1od well, ver clean, R-VISION 2006 Tral 2832/693-6835
pose Plea s Mseare-o Apets. 850-573-0598 1500 sf, AD-okPkg condition $1,750 Great con. $5,500. Lite, 26 ft., fully
re 11500 sf, ADA-okPkgf 334-792-5253 334-791-4891. 1 loaded, like new, Cadilac '07 DTS fully
'wh oC eolot. ALSO avail, fullyCmadleathefuiny
oai Florida Department equip Beauty Shop Yamaha '04 Bruin Columbia. AL low mileage $38500 loaded, leather int.
giof Corrections Re- g 727-433-RENT 4wd, extra low hours OBO 334-616-6508 tan in color, 29K mi.
gioquntesfosr eptiin camouflage $4000 Seado RXP '05C Jet $21,000. 334-693-3980
quotes for the pf surplus ;iCall 334-795-6743 S ,60 hrs, very
chase of surpluses Threstatec in- j n-cover incl. $5500850- Del Le Dts'loaded
Free Christmas Kit. cludes eight (8) hors- Duplex/Triplex fo Sale Boats J527-445_ V oofac-
tens! Litter trained. es and 1 lot of assort 0 tory o & dvd, heat-
Beautiful!!! Only 3 ed tack. For addition- Lg LR, BR, Kit, CH/A C r02 Pontoon by Sport STRATOS '00 22 FT Sport Coachd 1983 t o & ooed, memory
left. 850-557-2846 al information and a quiet neighborhood Crest. Less than 15 Tournament Ready, I'm old but love to & h
FREE KITTENS, quote form, call Pur- $295/mo 1221 Griff hrs. Great Condition 225 motor, kept in travel Very ocean & seats $95000 hgh-
7wks oldRJUSTIN 2214.attacoochee see! 229-321-9047 only 48k mi, $4,995 334-797-2320
TIME FOR CHRIST- 2 251-391-9253 16FT GLASS STREAM Cal 334-793-3494 Cadillac '99 DevHle
MAS 850-209-1266 BOAT 28HP Johnson, or 334mpers/Travel -3331291 w ew ate
Free kittens to good Pet Memorials HousesUnfurnished r, depth Campe s/Travel int newtiresair &
home. 850-482-4896 ( HomesforSale 232-4finder $2,300 Trailers RVs/Campers frontend.goodcond.
Fe2. kt g/1 concrete block o2241 Wanted $3,600. 334-774-5333
Free kittens to good Quail for Sale home for rent tile 24' Pontoon Boat '95, '01 Coachman Catalil- .
home, 8 weeks oldt c24Ponton B at5 01 Coa nCll-
home, 8 weeks 569 2313 flight condition floors washer h/u rr runs great, $7500 na 30ft. no pull outs, :,',."i, ;,,
850-569-2313 Ready for hunting pets ok $300/mo + OBO 850-573-1920 $7,195. Must Sell!! 5th 06 Fleetwood 2-
pets IokI $300/mo +nd. S W
Free:multi-colored, li- $30 credit/bkgrnd ck 216 Primrose Drive exc. cond. 334-655- slides, with 07'
ter trained kittens 850-263-5753 216 Primrose Drive8462 or 334-655-8461 verado 250 wok
85- truck as package
850-482- 5880/850- 7.Eoma 8m '06 Travel TraIlers payoff $36,000
303-9727 m3/1 Brck home, 8mi for sale, self con- 334-470-8454
Dogs $500 dep. lyr leas575/mo tained 334-793-4438 Chevrolet 74 El
S 50-569-5940p r lease '99 Monterey27ft or 334-793-4448 anportCamno.Good cond.
Cruiser $ 18,900. CARRIAGE02 Needs minor work.
L Austin Tyler & Assoc Call 850-210-4166 CAMEO 30 ft. 2 slides $5500 OBO 334-6 699-
Quality rentals 3 BA 2 BR Well well kept includes 1366 or 797-6925
K 850- 526-3355 maintained home. Rass Tracker I06 super slide hitch h hev '02Camaro

"Property Mgmt is 1519sqft. Fenced Pro-team 175, $15,000 334-687-9983 Conv 35thAnnv. Ed
our ONLY Business" yard. All appliances Mercury out- Auto. New top/New
Milay $129,Izv'900 board, Trallstar tires, Exc. Condition
Fruit& Vegetables Cottage 2/1 + Mike 334) 50-9748 trailer, not used i' CaSee3 33-5969966
Fam. Rm. 1 ac. off the showroom I $.. tE C--
fenced, near town, floor, shelter&-
4Siberian Husky .'- off 90W$550 LotsAcreamant $9000. 4-Wheel Driv
pups for sale. 3M/1F/ TomatoesTurnips 765-425-5288 Call 229-723-9277 _
AKC-champion CollardsMustards
Cbloodli-ne.First Fr ozenPeas Cottondale 4/2, new BY OWNER private Dutchmen 40ft. 00 F150 Good condi-
bshots/worne. Fi Bornst FroLzen s! ly renovated. Close setting, four -5.5 & Travel Trailer'06 tion 94,000 mi 4.3
D Thanksgiving d Borto 110, off 231. $800 two- 7.8 acre 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, v6,automatic
D Thanksgng ((251)593-2246ay +dep. 850-209-1351 tracks, 8 miles 2 Slideouts, Loaded transmission,green
t((251)593-l2246 from DothanLike exterior4WD,$7500 Ha rainairport, 8 miles Like w.18,70 BO (334)237-8933 Chevy 04 Impala
m ,i yranMobile Homes from Headland 334-406-4555 RUNS GOOD! for Rent square, paved Bass Tracker 09 Pro Ford '77 F-1504WD Newly Built
com/site/busbyhuski Hay for Sale: Coastal/ f or Rent squa, county 160 like new, 16f FLEETWOOD'05 Runs, in good shape, Transmission! $3,950
Ses/home Tifton 85 $35-$45 per water, phone & 30HP Mercury w/ Prowler 5th wh $4500334-447-5316 Call 850-210-4166
roll depending on 2/2 clean Dbl-wd, no electric service, power trim, trolling 36ft, 4 slides, large
J 0 U JILt quality. 850-209-5932 pets or smoking, lyr owner will Finance,motor,dept & fish shower,30/50AMP. Che '05 Cobalt
9009K' BLE! lease, family 4, $500. at 6.5 % interest finder, 5hrs on motor $26,000 OBO 334-695- GMC '95 Conversion 4 door, loaded.
AKC French & AKC -- + dep 850-718-8158 $ 50 pe ce 300 334-43-7 4995,334-687-7862 n Great Gas Mleage.
English bulldog pup- 911ployment / oaedb P 770-378 -1559 C f. w/4 F', n0 A Au s 200 down $200 mo.
pies for sale. nly 2/2 Located btwn GR hinew 14 ft. w/4hp Fourwinds 06 30' grt$2500 & ee Htchr
few available. CH. & Sneads water/ motor w/new trailer Travel trailer Double to Sales 850-774- 334-791-8243
Bloodline/14 champs garb. incl $375/mo exc. cond. $1450. slide-out 2BR.Awning 9189/850-774-9186 3347918243
Bloodline/14 champs garb mcincl.$375/mo t e- mwioheels.-Looks/drivesrCDachangerrea
in pedigree. $1000- 850-573-0308. re ion 334-596-1738 Microwavestereo, Jeep '98 Wrangler Chevy'08 Impala
$1800 PET ONLY/ 2h 3 B M a. loaded Like 117k mi. New tires & LT 3.9L Leather
Limited Reg; $1600- 2 & 3 BRMHC'dale. whee ooks/drives changerrear
$2 500 FUL Registra- $500&up H20/garb/ good. 5-spcyl $8000
tion. (850)974-2259 sewer incl. http:// d -: i.,go. $Newback
!3 tion. (850)974-2259 _J eej|^ wwwech.rlscountry '-, OBO 334-726-6165 tires, keyless entry
www.halfmoonkennem CaheSee w .ar country Jayco *'(, Flignrt .2 w/remote start.
.com m.i8 5. -uper :I.j, I Like New Cond.
Beautiful Border Col. 'ft9 e4'g7 -- CHRYSLER 78 bath, used 2x's, Auto.Trans.$12,900
lie puppies 7/F&3/M 2&3BRMH's in Fish-n-Ski, 15ft, $10,500 500-482-8717 334-4750237
2 & 3 BR in 40HP Chrysler motor,
ready Jan 1, $50. Marianna & Sneads ATVs
Call 334-791-7312 NEW Cardiology (850)209-8595. $1,500 OBO 33687-
CKC Longhaired Min. Practice in ,I7 6 695216 .ES. .I -
achshung rd puppie Marianna, FL 3/2, 2/2 in C'dale, 08 Honda TRX250 4- Correct Craft Torino I
6 wks old $200 Call Physician Practice no pets, CH/A $425 wheelerredexc. 17ft complete refits
334-449-2068 Manager, FT, days $500 850-258-1594 v cond. new cost 07350C/450 hp innebao 9
Please apply online message $4399. will sell $2500. Penta outdrive, gar
mix puppies, readyohneere. Be D P Mobile Homes fo 3
FREE: Cute Daschund at kept. exc. cond. very JAYCO '0935 ft., Like Adventurer, 29K
mix puppies, ready EOED/FWfast! $10,750 New, 2 slides, 27" flat miles, Clean, Runs *Chevy 81' Corvette*
to go! 850-276-5772 Mobile Home 334-3477930 TV loaded, very nice, Great, $19,000, 334- Red, Auto, Mirrored
in Parks $19,000 334-687-3606, 405-9127 Tops 52K m New
32 1..5 _~~ Fisher C 01 Hawk 18' 334-695-14,64 Tires, Calipers,
Class 2, with 115 Aviation Brakes & Shocks.
2/1&3/2Quiet,wellMercu outboard Mountaneer'04Garage kept. $13,500.
maint. H20/sewer/ motor with trailer, 2 Montana 5th Wheel OB 334-596-2376
garb/ lawn incl. $375- fish finders, trolling sleeps 6 comfortably

ley 850-207825 00 Buck4x4 d, on board charge, Lots of cab. & drawer 1966 Cessna 310K forgreat, loaded, 140k
Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR $4,999.00. cover, very well kept space. Ser. nq. Only sale or will take on miles, $2900. OBO
MH's. Lot rent incl. Call: 850-210-4166 inder shelter. 850546-0636. Clemill up- Call 334-596-5032
dts-8kKx $14,000.334-685-7319grade. 110 hours
For details 850-557- Outback 04'29FBH-S since engine over-
3432/850-814-6515 ATV Kid's mod all alum. structure, haul. Call Ron at 498-.
ATV Ks model36345 (334)726-2168 w/trailer.2HP mtr.32 super glide 5th wh. 3279 good condition,
Townhomes jqwcp thrust trolling mtr hitch / short bed green and white ex-
TwoFNvecom $1500 Firm 334-793- $20,000 334-726-6594 terior, light gray inte-
150900 432 Night: 677-5606 rior, $105,000 36330
S D e by P Honda 2007 TRX 90lamino (334)498327 Chrysler 07
S2BR/2BA Honda 2007 TRX 90 Mariner motor 4 hp, '08, 28 ft 5th whee ferrelr road runner. Crise Loaded 48K
TOWNHOUSES Youth 4 wheeler. low rs. runs great. camper, 3 slides, com Cruiser, Loaded, 48K
ChipollaRiver Almost New! Elec. short shaft fresh wa- many extras, clean, miles, Automatic,
Townhouses tart, Red, Low h s, ter used only $525. sacrifice $29k850KENEW$8500.
850-482-1050 Garage3Kept. $ 1,500. 334-441-84219 593-5675' Automobiles sc (334) 790-7959
Pontoon Boat '95 19' Chrysler '07 PT
rated for 12 p Sunny Brook T'02 Chevy 2010 Malibu LT Cruiser Low Mileage,
4rhp force motor, 2750SL 28' w/slide 10K mi. on-star, XM loaded LIKE NEW
exc. cond. $5000 out. Q-bed, Like New, radio, blue. $17,050. $200 down $189 per
334-299-3739 kepted under shelter 334-889-4226 mo. Call Ron Ellis
compare to showrm, 714-0028
C O U N T Y price $30K, Will sell Automobiles
12K 334-447-5001 forSale Chrysler '07 Sebring
'Sydney '10 Outback'4 door, pwr.
C LA S S IFIED S:4tJ_ to I I Only used 3 windows, tilt, cruise
C A S F Di,"r,;": dual slide control AM/FM/CD.
S DEADLINES HEADLAND'SBESTKEPTSECRET! r M D ,.,-leeps10, 2- ,- H" E CAR! $200 down
699 CO RD 100S 7lboat "6-Catalina entrance doors, $250 mo. Call Steve
$341,50 diesel eng., Very low outdoor stove, elec. '
DAY 12/23hrs less than 250. awning, 28" flat
DAY 12/23 Craftsman Design* Approx 2920 sq. ft. Roller furling, bimin screen TV, $26,000
SDAY 12/22 1:00 PM 5 BR, 3 Baths Built in 2009 o 6.1 Acres head, micro, fridge. 080B 229-310-7252 '05 Beetle convertible
Slate asd tile Hardwood floors
Snu Haroroi r ocmi loaded, onl 19K mi.
N 2Formal DR 2 car garage 2 stall barn B-6. 334- 673-033a r Motor Homes/RVs exc.cond 13,900
W AY 12/22 @ 2:00 PM cngin mastera Concord Coachm Can l Corvette '68 All
Lennox Two Zone system Stratos '95 285 Pro '05 Motor Home. 09 Toyota Corolla original, Matching
XAY 1 26L. Dual console. 23' long 2700 mi. I Sport ch. gray 31Kmi.1 numbers, Classic,
AY 12/26 REALTORS WELCOME! Johnson Fastrike 175 Take over payments. warr. 5-sp. 16" Collectors Item.
2 depth finders, gps, 850-593-5103 wheels power locks, Call 850-210-4166
AY 12/23 @ 10:00 AM 3345 7763deck extension $7000 windows, cd, r12,000.
~~~334- 671-9770 j., ,, ;34-7-30or

Tuesday. December 21, 2010


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Cruise Master 94'
35ft 460 engine, 73k
mi. sips 6, leveling
jacK, all new int light.
frig, steps, and bat-
teries. 2 TV's with Beete '02
tow car. 515k firm Sunroof, Leather,
Call 334-983-4941 REALLY NICE CAR!
Automatic $5,999
Cruise M.aster LE. ,'05. Call 850-210-4166
36ff v',orkhorse chas-
sis 8.1 gas engine,
22k, mi.. no smk. 7kw ..
g e n 3 s S A T 2 T V '. 2 ;
AYC. auto le/ehng. R
cam. Roadmaster
to/./brake system. BMW 04 3251
'05 Jeep Wrangler red. beige leather
Unhmnited. 41k mi, interior, exc cond,
Auto air.6 cyl, $75-k 93k mi, $S10.900 OBO
,,v/feep. S60k' without Call 256-497-8985
'eer botn in great
cond. selling due to '
rhealh.. t5t-352-28iC
Damon 2000 Ultra
SpO'-'. Cum'rins
liese]. 12K mi. slide,
Le elngjacKs.diesel BMW '05, 325 Sedan.
ge". S52K 33z-701- Blue w/tan leather,
7787 or 70-681-5630 45k mi. one owner,
D4kir DAYP K No paint .ork,
DA'O,* DA YRPEAK S14.'900
t.EK -i. 334-685-233
slides, hli e ne .. big-----
Fo : erine 12ipg. Corvette 88' Stingray
Si.' 3-4-a -! 094con4 ertible 108K mi.
r. s- m-227-5568 S9.800. 334-791-3081

; Automatic 350
(Silver) sell as is
S4900. OBO
Corvette 94' 85K mL
blue, original car like
new cond. REDUCED
S10.995. OBO 334-
618-9322 or 334-596-
1790 MUST SEE!!!!

Leather. Sunroof,
Local Trade $ 3.395.
Call 850-210-4166

Ford '02 Taurus SE
Loaded, LIKE NEW!
ONLY 15,125 miles
S5,725. CALL:
(334) 790-7959


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FORD- : 2 --- .-v If written corm-ents tre petitioner con- CLUDING ANY UN-
Satrer.5se -e eived resul- ; na tends warrant KNOWN SPOUSE Of
rTf,<. -, C2trr-9 '- n--H ? & 4T
S. s Draft Air Con- te agency's pr-- IF REMARRIED, AND
F --ord -Cr- 3bi g& css6 g r-- 3 10 Ford Tractor 6W Ferd -K- S:z-,=. R.-s st-ction Permit te posed action: IF DECEASED, THE
Ford '5 Cr.r,, ,, crA8 Suz BLVD 53 3 -'2-32 FOD -11- e,. . c 5 ; '-e. -": es. pe-niting autSrcty f) A statement f RESPECTIVE UN-
e lc. enCr ,crd"e 14-c. f o ; Kaw ald2l 2 C ... .---: *::.-. -.S:e e.- 35 sal issue a Revised the specific rules or KNOWN HEIRS,
F.,;u !3' 93,. 7p--- 9 . .. ,.t_ _e) SIC Si' 72, s2 s.: 3- _t-7-z - Z S.3te 5S -- Draft Air Constjc- statute es the petlt n- D E V I S E E S ,
OBO 4e-61- We- ,3 mret n 2..-" &se 't--1-3:3 .* IN10. -o l -*t9 4415 ton Permit ana re- er contends reu:e G R A N T E E S
1 _/85-"5723342 C24.r.'. rtepearl s,,$488 aasng 2C53C C L 5e,--- "QC. oC-AEe. Quire. if applicabe,. reversal or mcd ca- ASSIGNEES, CRED-
E- /a l ather '334718- SIc. 33 G other Public No- tion of the agenc'rs [TORS, UENORS, AND
cpropsed action, -TR E AND ALI
s, ca..6-d .cCD s 3 : -~-'-'~~ iuding an ekpiana- OTHER PERSONS
I:-an r.$1 1,545 '92 GCIow, g. 60k M!Mc r 3 5Ce- K bcUt Tra'- Trhe Permtting Au- tion on how the al- CLAIMING BY,
334-718-5251 miles, red. exc. paint '5. 200'-. Be. *:-6.-p 351 r-s thorrtN wll accept leged facts relate to THROUGH, UNDER OR
S& running crond. S16 .54I 254 -.2 :iP.4"AD. Fu.: Hr -,ritten comments the specific rules or AGAINST THE NAMED
S0 5-1 5uzki9d $7 8ou-4evarFOD 89~ 1I,5~ CoRAFm e V Air statutes: and. DEFEND (s); UN-
IF- a Crer i S rt d $70 rn&C "-2K1pi5e1 als o a, waJL iF!I Bit DRAFT P00Op- (g) A statement of KNOWN TENANT 41;
For 6 F254d ae ats. rgJG, 2 = 334- 91-9107 A 2- eration Permit for a the relief sought bi UNKNOWN TENANT
king ranch larie. 'lasn ,r-. 170.7V American owlrse itar KeC -ST R ; T rTasor2ab 2 d of thirt22Sa-s the petitioner s
iather/seat. 4,l .. ,A. Call G7 Texas Cnpper extras 53C 3 S. GE Trades .33.4-&-20. 2296- from the date of pub- ing precisely) tne ac-
heated/seat. a ,'-g re-rgeeing, Inc. 1 K mI ext. con1. 4751 s7Co-2s Se 5 6-65 M-120 DT 4x4 i, 8171 location of this Public tion petitioner wisn- Defendant (s).
wer. leae. 34-73-4700 ext 134 $14.5 34-447-2131 C -14e Kubotaloaaer 12' Motice.Written com. es the agency to take
.' stang'6 goodreen A HONDA L.01(cafire) 3100 K i CD player, ments must be post- with respect to the NOTICE
ll 34-39 43. A. t eal grine RATncV HO14DA 20003 Ar eo ng ine f r wnite/tan asking marked and all fac- agency's proposed OF SALE
a Fl 334-3 4- -,/. 4rebu-lt engine Rancher 414 l etan ges o. REDUCED S3500 34-665-3214 simile comments action.
Ford 06'Focm SES 4- S9, 3334-333-4913 TRX353OFE3 Like new tanks ok. REDUCED __must be received by Notice is hereby giv-
dr red. au leat, $2,499 '890. OBO o trade the close of business A petition that does en that, pursuant to
unr rooed, poeiler, e -(334)797-6001 for tractor. 5:00 m), on or be- not dispute the mate- a Final Summary
nc r51 Kmi. $7,r l0 H irtBSk IaVHonda i ge '6 Hoodao Ifore te end of this rial facts upon which Judgment of Foreclo-
080 3343- 1,. 1371 rr CR.70 Exellent Trail 90, runs great,' 30-day period, by the Ithe permitting au-sure entered in the
334-72Condition $925. new seat coerat Floria Depart- base shall state that in the Circuit Court of
15 Ac. 33.4-798-2337 original ool kit. aJI
Hoda Accord 3347982337 orks, 3 EXTRA CLEAN! ment of Environmen- no such facts are in Jackson County, Flor-
White 100KM thr 1150 334-393-654 NEW TIRES! S2950 1 c5 e, k tal Protection, 160 dispute and other- ida. I will sell the
eats. Exc. Cond 5AItima Wi Call 850-210-4166 cy i. Governmental Cen- wise shall contain. property situate in
$9800 334-446-1943 205 Liter Y V-UKE NEW! Set up ter, Pensacola, Flori- the same information Jackson County, Flor-
or 205-799-898 Priced to Sell! $5,950. 650 Silverado,Saddle Tr r 31 Massey to tow behind da 32502 (Telephone: as set forth above, as ida, described as:
Call 850-210-4166 bags,wind shield rguson w sk 99334-790-799 50/595- Fax: required by Rule 28-
back rest1K mi. 1 iset bottom plow & I 850/595-8300; Fax: required by Rule 28-
l "107354Z gbackrest<7Kmi. Ioo 1 set bottom plow & Ford 9 F15, grea 850/595-8096) or fac- 106 301, F.AC. COMMENCING AT
Nissan 35Z gar. kept S375 bo an 1 set ers 7Covington 797 cond, 165K mi New simile. As part of his iTHE SOUTHWEST
Convertible. Black & Haley 06 Sport XL 334-701-7552 6925 or 334-699-1366 Brakes, alternator or her comments, Because the adminis- CORNER OF SECTION
Tan 6-p12 3940kmi t, 207 vand battery.Cold any person may also trative hearing proc- 2, TOWNSHIP 6
miles 1 owner. seat screaming ea- Yamaha '07 V-Star iFORD'99 Expeditirhon, Tractor Equip. Air,Elec windows & request that the Per- ess is designed to NORTH, RANGE 13
203 0 3 1 scraingshiea 11001 11600 mi, new 3 seats, fully loaded, I
$20,000334-701-5380 e, pipes, windshield 100, 11,6re mi, new 3 seats, fully loaded, Harrow, 6' Box Blade, door locks.S4800 obo mitting Authority formulate final agen- WEST, JACKSON
900334-393-3463 rear tire, and extra 157K miles, new $350 334-792-8018 334-701-7552 hold a public meeting cy action, the filing COUNTY, FLORIDA;
Sw asking payoff of tires, $5500 OBO on this permitting ac- of a petition means THENCE NORTH 88
C Harley Davidson 02 $5900.850-762- 334-845-0519 tion. If the Permit- that the permitting DEGREES 47'0"
CLEAN NICE CAR! Sportster 1200 cus- 2071/718-5069 afteron vans ting Authority deter- authority's final ac- EAST, 10.0 FEET TO
RUNS GOOD! $3,495 tom llk mile, 4pm Edde Baue4x4blue mines there is suffi- tion may be different THE CENTERUNE OF
Call 850-210-4166 chromed out, $6500. YAMAHA08 V-tar & tan ood cond cent interest for a from the position CUFF STREET IN THE
a -Nissan'10 Rogue SL Call 334-691-3468 250Burund4,850. OBO 334-479- ChevyASTO,97co public meeting, it will taken by it in this no-CITY OF GRACEVILLE,
Black, Excellent or 334-701-3855 Low miles! Like new! 3183 version Van raised I"Ipublish notice of the twice of intent. Per- FLORIDA; THENCE
Tres, Power Seat, I 1REDUCED $2,250. 334- roof, loaded, new Jeep 1979 CIT, time, date, and loca- sons whose substan- NORTH ALONG SAID
Power Windows, 4Dr, 693-5454 GMC '00 Jimmy, tires, 51K mi. $9,500. Rebult 304 engine, tion on the Depart- tial interests will be CENTERLINE, 639.5
Zwd, with 15,300 great cond., $4200 334-897-2054 or 334- new paint, mild cam, ment's official web affected by any such FEET; THENCE
mBles.It i insexcel. Yamaha 204 V-Star OBO 850-526-2491 464-1496 headers, alum intake site for notices at final decision of the SOUTH 89 DEGREES
'10 lentconditon 1100 Classic. Black & ask for Tom97 Caravan 600 Holley Carb.. permitting authority 4257" EAST, 433.77
Silver, Black Leather asking $20,511 O108. chrome, excellent rebuilt trans. 1 ton and in on the applications) IFEET; THENCE
ntilPremumpack- Call 334-714-9809 condition. $4 OBO Honda'03Santaf Needs Minor Repair Chevy Axles w/45 a newspaper of ge have right to pe- NORTH 00 DEGREES
age 7500 Mi. New ds 04eo Haley Da334-618-7525 137K mi. burgundy, $500334-596-9273 Chevy gears in rear eral circulation in the tuition to become a 48'00" EAST, 659.95
goHUeCidson9VS1100Cood cond. new ires. w/Detroit locker and area affected by the party to theeproceed- FEET; THENCE
Cond.$29,500 OBO low miles, very nice, Ultra Classic. Black&Yamaha '99X $6000 OBO 334-449- Dana604inDfront permitting action. Ing, in accordance SOUTH 89 DEGREES
912-655-8971 reen, new tires Purple custom paint 42K mi. Asking $3200 6071 Ford 5 Mickey Thompson permitting action. In, in accordance SOUTH 89 DEGREES
9g-655-8971- reen, new tires Purphut at4 mA 2 6071 Ford '95 E350 Mickey Thompson For additional infor- with the require- 39'11" EAST, 393.70
$5300. 334-726-1215 Max. chrome. Garage OBO 334-726-1215 or For additional infor- with the require- 39'11" EAST, 393.70
S 5300.ep334-726-12 t. 12K m i.$14,500 334-477-3152 Honda '04 CRV LX straight 6, 310k on 16x12 rims with new nation, contact the ments set forth FEET; THENCE
334-792 -701 Black, Excellent Cond body, no rust, 40k mi. 37x12.5 R16,5 LT tires Permitting Authority above. SOUTH 41 DEGREES
SD n Scooters/Mopeds 77,800 mi. Pwr win- on eng. $2500 OBO $8000.334-266-5248 at the above address 05'30" EAST 237.60
Harey Davdson05 Scooters/Mope ows $9300 Negotia- Call 334-703-0323 or phone number. If Mediation is not FEET TO THE SOUTH-
1200C. 11K mi.$3000. ble Reduced! 334- GMC '95, onversionAds written comments or available for this pro- WEST CORNER OF
in extras, clean $6750 333-2239 ruVannew eCrns n comments received ceeding. THE FORTNER LOT AS
os xjs. OBO 334-449-3713 Van, new A runs at a public meeting DESCRIBED IN O.R.
Jaguar '05 XJ8L Toyota 04 Sienna Jeel 06 Wrangler, grt, $2500 S & M Au- result n a significant In addition to the BOOK 259, PAGE 313,
4-door. Black Owne Chaipagne color, both tops, AC, auto, to Sales 850-774- resutIn a significant in addition to the BOOK 259, PAGE 313,
4d. BaKnew Askner Chamagne color, 91k loaded 22K miles 918/ 850-774-9186 change to the DRAFT above, pursuant to OF THE PUBLC RE-
d. 68Kw A g fy o 9k Title V Air Operation 42 United States CORDS OF JACKSON
$25,985. 850-896-3774 miles, lu gage rack, l $17,000 080 LF15192 Permit, the Permit- Code (U.S.C.) Section COUNTY, FLORIDA,
S powers IrIngdoor, Geely Scooter Call 334-726-1530 Wanted:
power s000.ding door, Call co334-726-1530 Wanted: PUBLIC NOTCE OF ting Authority shall 7661d(b)(2), any per- AND THE POINT OF
$10 l Good condo. $550 OBO J 4 gO les
334-798-5699$10 Cl Good con. $0 JeeleroINTEN'TTO ISSUE AN Issue a Revised son may petition the BEGINNING; THENCE
334-798-5699Not street legal very low miles, alum AIR CONSTRUCTION DRAFT Title V Air Op- Administrator of the NORTH 61 DEGREES
Toyota 0Prius, 334-796-6613 alloy wheels, alterrin PERMIT AND A TITLE eratlon Permit and EPA within 60 days of 06'48" EAST, ALONG
Black 64 ,x Cond Harley Davison'08 i tires, new cd player, VAIR OPERATiON require, if applicable, the expiration of the THE BOUNDARY OF
GPS, backup camera, Ultra Classic Scream new front seats, L' PERMIT another Public Na- Administrator's 45- SAID FORTNER LOT
Lexus '98 40 JBL sound, tint, great ing Eagle Anniversa- black & gold color, tice. All comments day review period as 154.68 FEET TO THE
114K mi.Gold w/tan gas mileage, transe- ry Edle Annives $7,500. OBO FLORIDA filed will be made established at 42 SOUTHERLY RIGHT
11mnionde mleatefa e, trans 2ryEd.0Very low miles 334-792-1994 WANTED E DENTOF available for public U.S.C. Section OFAWAY OF STATE
Ixnhdn9st$9e is0tk 20 4-0w4 -9"esE-119aaneofpENVIRONMENTAL inspection. 766l1d(b)(L), to object ROAD NO. 169;
333-3436 or 671-3712 $13,995 OBO Harley Davidson 1986 P I ROTECTION to issuance of any THENCE SOUTH 46
Lincoln '00 Town car Call 334-470-3292 FLTC wside car. Good CntonA person whose sub- permits. Any petition DEGREES 26'42"
signature series, exc. cond.$10,500. Uall334 292.M. 08 250 cc Seat And Equ pped Draft AirConstruc stantial interests are shall be based only EAST, ALONG SAID
beautiful Birch Silver OBO 334-794-2665 or 2, 2 helmets, Lg 850-548-5719 tion Permit No.: affected by the pro- on objections to the RIGHT OF WAY,
loaded, 60/40 leather 334-805-0810 Scooter. 80mi per 0630058-006-AC posed permitting de- permits that were 124.99 FEET TO THE
seats am/fm/cd Harley Davidson 192 gallon. 1000mi Fac. WANTED Pre'82 DRAFT Title V Air cision may petition raised with reasona- NORTHWEST COR-
crews, tilt am/fm/cd Harey Davomputer p orster 1200 custom1992 Warranty $2000 BO. Toyota Corolla orSR Operation Permit for an administrative ble specificity during NER OF THE TOOLE
69K mi. mint cond. mid 50's K/KH exc. Call 334-445-6302 Jeep'95 Grand 5 hatchback or'89/90 Project No.: 0630058- hearing in accord- the 30-day public LOT AS DESCRIBED
never smoked in, cond. $5,500. OBO Cherokee95 GraUNS Ford Probed tick 005-AV ance with Sections comment period pro- IN O.R. BOOK 279,
never smoked in, condo. $5,500. OBO0 Cherokee RUNS Ford Probe stick 005-A 120.569 and 120.57 of vided in this notice, PAGE 141 OF SAID
never wrecked Toyota '96 Camry LE 794-2665 334-805- Sport Utility Vehicles GREAT! Trades shift. 850-272-4243 Green Circle Bio the Florida Statutes unless the petitioner PUBLIC ROADS,
$15,250. 334-791-7330 CLEAN CAR! 0810 Considered $2,950 Energy Inc the Florida Statutes unless the petitioner PUBLIC ROADS,
Uncoln '01Towncar,RUNS GREA$3.495 02 GMC Sierra. white Call 850-210-4166 Trucks-HeavyCoonllet Facility must contain the in- Administrator of the DEGREES 25'27"
Signature series w/ =-'118502104166- l 500SLE20.r. Iong Jackson County formation set forth EPA that it was im- WEST, 163.00 FEET
101,130 mi $6,000 wheel Dase 1'6.950 '01 Fl iht Liner FL60 below and must be practicable to raise ALONG THE BOUN-
850-579-4467 after mi. 4.000 call Sport Chasey 4-dr. The Florida Depart- filed (received) in the such objections with- DARY OF SAID TOOLE
6pm- Polyengineering. Inc. leather int. Allision ment of Environmen- Office of General in the comment peri- LOT TO THE EASTERN
Harley Davidson 98 334-793 4700 et. 134 auto trans. 124K mi. tal Protection (per- Counsel of the De- od or unless the BOUNDARY OF THE
Lihttanw/beiein- dmr e oMrd orange. bamboo pearl color 06 evy Sverd gves ntice ofitsin- mental Protection, section arose after SCRIBED IN O.R.
terror, leather heated 3'9d Mi S1'. V6,4wd, fully loaded, '6 Chevy Sverado eso 3900 Commonwealth the comment period. BOOK 335, PAGE 83
seats, ABS, side Volkswagon '06 Jetta $8,000. 334-791-4799 V0.I.Slesfully,5a e0 iS ext. cab. 4.8 eng. tent to issue an Air
seatirbags, 37kNATDside Volkswagon Gr06 Jetty gra $8,000.3347914799 0k miGreygrayles$28500 LSex tow package, blue, Construction Permit Boulevard, Mail Sta- Filing of a petition OF SAID PUBLIC RE-
airbags,37k mi, NA- TDI. Gre w/gray Honda '02 XR250R Call 334-333-1824 tow package, windows or and the initial Title V tion #35, Tallahassee with the Administra- CORDS; THENCE
DA $21,175 sell for Ithr.diese, sunroof, Dirt Bike. Exc c no o nly53K m. Air Operation Permit FL 32399-3900 (Tele- tor of the EPA does NORTH 41 DEGREES
$17,900850-814-0155 heated seats, alum. $2200 Firm. Please -- loc s onl00y 53K mi.0 to Green Circle Bio phone: 850/245-2242; not stay the effective 05'30 WEST, ALONG
wheels, sat. radio 40 Call 8PM-11PM ,92 Freig nerdbl- Energy Inc., for the Fax: 850/245-2303). date of any permit SAID SHIPES LOT, 150
ncoln Congresson mpg. 120K mi$11,800334-684-9129 92 Freight ner dbl Cottondale Wood Petitions filed by any properly issued pur- FEET TO THE POINT
al Town Sedan 03 334-685-6233 bunk, Detrot eng. re- Pellet Facility located persons other than suant to the provi- OF BEGINNING, LY-
142K mi. white w/ HONDA '06 Shadow, built 2 yrs ago. at 2313 U.S. Highway those entitled to sions of Chapter 62- ING IN AND BEING A
tan leather toAntues 8 es NEW ealer Great Condi $6,000.334-691-2987 231 south of written notice under 213, F.A.C. Petitions PART OF THE EAST Y2
seats, loaded $6000 road tested only, Section 120.60(3), filed with the Admin- OF THE NORTH 3 OF
334-693-2274 $5,200, 229-334-8520 tion Ori final owner. '92 GMC Sonoma V-6 Cottondale, Jackson Sectn 200(3), filed with the Admin- OF THE SOUTHWEST OF
1968 Chevrolet or 229-296-8171 RockfordFosgate Nissan'05 Murano 5-sp. runs great County. The appli- F.S., must be filed istrator of EPA must THE SOUTHWEST 1/4
a1968 Chevrolet or 229-296-8171 Rockfor Fosgate Nissan '05 Murano 5-sp. runs great Co nty. T pp within 14 days of meet the require- OF THE SOUTHWEST
Mazda?1626 LX Camaro Z28 asking premium sound w/ 6 NICE CAR! $1800. OBO 334-798- cant's name and ad- within 14 days of meet the require- OF S ECTION 2
158K Mi. Loaded! $700, White with- di C Off- MUST SELL! $10,900 1768 / 334-691-2987 dress are: Mr. Greg publication of the ments of 42 U.S:C. 1/4 OF SECTION 2,
Pwnr evening cd $570e0 White with Sdisc mp3/CD. Off- MUST SELL. $10,900 17n8/334-691-2987w

Mazda '06 Miata MX5 251-650-1577. Park Cotton-dae tion 120.60(3), F.S., S.W., Washington,
grand touring edi- Collector Mercedes hevy 91 Cherokee however, any person D.C. 20460 at public sale, to the
tion, blue with 1983, 240D in very Honda '06 UX 1300. pickup, lift gate who asked the per- highest and best bid-
ground effects, one good cond., rare 4- 3,000 miles, $4,900. -a Nissan '05 Pathfinder $1500 850-352-4724 Th construction mitting. authority for A complete project der, for cash, at the
owner, garage kept, speed man. trans., Call:850-210-4166 4X4 Maroon bk thr evySilv peered rmitting action es- notice of agency ac- file is available for North door of the
only 73Smi a very smooth shifting, MUST SELL! Great tablishes a maximum tin may fie a peti public inspection Jackson tCounty
ingBoss Stereo/CD, a dream towers, drive, a s e annual recess rate tion within 14 days of during normal busi- Courthouse at 11:00

like new $15,900 bargain at $6 800 Cdd$14,500 Loaded! s for receipt of that no- ness hours, 8:00 a.m. a.m., on January 6,
Call3750 334-393-8864 334797and pictures sage. 742 Bra 360-8080584 Pelletiznger, Grnes 1 2 twice, regardless of to 5:00 p.m., Monday 2011
grand touringneedi- Collector Mercedes e dat o p ca tr oug rid a, DATEDth 8thday of

tionHONDA '07 CR 600, blue with 1983, 240D in very 0 newres AC $2800 tion imit Ths mit the petition to the per- highest and best bid-
loadae 4,00 0 $30.500.685-3226 84 10 p Call 334-691-2987 or wia be used tordem- applicant at the ad- Any person claiming
ground effects, one good condo rare 4-3,000 miles, $4,900. Nissan05Patinder $1500 850-352-4724

Thisd,2 2003 Nissan Pathfi1768 trate complnstruction citing authority for A complete project dn er, for cash, at the

boeeh"as, rS 110.990m ie s, T oota Runer w t V es b h time of Frid Dte p arnmentpl the fslei
S09 MIat s Ca:850-210-4166eo rd, 1 l o 0 permitting action es- notice o f f agency ac- file is available for North door of the
LMoeredes e73 450 SL custoone ofa kd Chevrolet C Blazer 685-6233 Cs terado ermid from co n- sons may file a e to req public inspection Jackson County
Boss Stnvertible paream to drive, a 85 fully restore 'L d an is aes an te ption within 14 d ays of during normal busi- Courthoudane th11:00
like1153 Leave ms tires, a t $6,800 750. Exc. cond. Low restored. $12,900. Call 334-6912987 or pe at io receipt 120.569 a nd 120.57, file includes the 1990m., on January 6,eed-
Call334-393-8864 334-797-48custom cover, i. 5-yr srv plan 407-353-3629 04 CATAPI-808-05LAR TH 334-798-17684 Pelletizing Lines 1, 2, twice, regardless of to 5:00 p.m., Monday 011.Evaluation ing a special accom-
oTo 0 -the date of publica- through Fridayex-

Mercedes'73450SL c, $22,000 OBO $5KerOBO 350 B, 36FT. TELE- CHEVY96 S-10 anto pe eofa tion. A petitionerceand Pregaliminary De modaon this 8th day of
Convertible 44,000 invested 334-701-2329 Chevy01 BazerExc., E, 702 hr. like a to, 20et chrome rcl ood pei and participate a and as- te in cembthis proceed, 2010
(hard/softtop) 239-410-4224 Runs perfect 4-dr, $45,000 firm 334- sell fo s re rtytoit Anysub- sociated Draft Air g should contact
$12,000 OBO 904-368- Yamaha TTR 125L ONDA98 Vkyre LT 6 cy. all power, 886-21500 BO 334-796- new tires, AC,$200seent intervention Constrction Permit the ASA coordinator
1153 Leave mg Tourer all ognal, sunroof $900 Will 334-691-2987or wi be used to de be only at the a- and DRAFT Title V Air no laterson than seven
c i stretch/lowered, 2 2003 Nissan Pathfind- 334-798-1768 onstrate2284 r compliance dress Indicated Permitting Authority: an ir the s prn thesur-
Mercedes L ther exhaustasking $5,900. OBO 334-449-1864cab & air, good cond. XCAB 4x4 $200 wit h the VOC emis- above, at the time of Florida Department plus from the sale, if hear-
Mazda0i.9 t 6150CC Scooter 334-693-5454 new clutch good $229 per mo. Call Ron area ri l filing. The failure of a m of Environmental any, other than the

PWvrtibe w $ ow w40ies t e H3-7 9 S ow aer SC /tan leather2- l 177.1 tons peryear, aan ce with Rrson to file Pr otection property owner as of(8
hardsof top n Street legal $1800 er Fu-/S sr 555C Bacthoe R uced Price a nd is based on the petitr Flon within the 160 Governmental the date of the lisa
semacovr& ro 334699-4009 ard, LFo2 150 i hitch, grill guard, JBL of 0.639 pounds VOC od- tiveshall constitute a Pensacola, Florida claim within 60 dayservice
clean, we main4-3 Shadow Spirit Motor- seat & witewall Sport, 8 Co 14WD or.334-726 waiver of t hat per- 32502 Telephone: after the sale. nd

stained w/ records cycle Low miles Like tiresLots of Chrome! Loaded, 3 -ack Ext/ 6X12 encld trailed subsequent FINAL Tit der these rules shall may contact and seal of tt s court
REDUCED $11,500. new $5000.00. Must see! $3,500 Black Int 49,000 Miles /wseie dbr tee V Air Operation contam- n: S r sat at ot
aerc-d7s 78 Call 7 4-2 a4n4 $9-416-1051 $28000 334-797-7116 ca b & ainr gac 1ord w pliance in acprt l a) Th nami and ade the 0/595-896) es ofDeceorda
Stop new 850-933- rffecterminationd (hear- forth aAmeddiritional infor- DALE RABON with
S s ies, a. 750. Exc. cond. Low e ed. $12,. 655-8966-714-2480 r- 8 c ertion l 120.569 eane ith120.57, file includes the 1990,personsneed
850-526-0094 Nailer w/case o U-PICK UP WMNS407-353M-L SUEDE switch runs 4 poultry '04 concerning the pro- t pertiofne Trensl al t s -
Me de '73 450 SL cb, $175 8522,00-693- 850-592-2063 (XMAS) $20 (850)592- house $15,000. OBO Eddie Bauer all pose Draft on- substatial interests ONEWEST BANK FSB i
n r Frog Canisterssetl O 350 B, 36FT. TELE- nip g o kr i ean t e prioa n this proceeding and Preoliminary De-oda
door, solid core 275 Camera-Nikon 3 $12 850-526-3426er SCO SPE 702 hrs. likeer Sewing ma r3-7- riod of 14 days from partiiate as a termination and as- pate n this p

OOp 8-3 3 N0 3 m. . h ,I3tc ,..13,500..OBO . natw -- 00 0 0
00850-693-9633 N osm 3msm2 chine, "0 stitch, I0978 or 334-795-6101 104K Hwy. mi. the date of pubica- nation: Il UF.S. UI SUCCESSOR INUI
w/zoom lens $200 Heaters 6 Gas or $85 850-526-3426 164K Hw y. tion of this Public No- (c) A statement of FT SESSOR IN l
5 speed ladies (850)482-8310 Electric, $500 for all FARM EQUIPMENT IH 334-347-3441 Days twice. Written com- how and when each INTEREST ifiTOe
Schwin bike, like new 850-867-6868 Skylght brand new 1440 Combine w/ ments should be pro- petitioner received INDYMAC BANK, FSB,I
$100. 850-526-0094 Chest of drawers, 5 3 x 4 Reduced to $35 heads $10,000. CAT vided to the Florida notice of the agency tff D
drawers, solid pine, 850-573_4425 eiin Plaintiff, representatives
AIR COMPRESSOR Huge Lot of Zebra Dozer D4b & root Department of Envi- decision;
LIKE NEW CAMPBELL $125 850-526-3365 Huge Lot of Zebra 8er4ded then o ni e en
Items, incl. sheets. SMOOTHIE MAKER- rake 850-415-0438 ronmental Protec- ()pA statement of
HAUSFELD 60 GAL COAT WOOL IVORY- $60 obo. (850)482- GE LIKE NEW $15 Johin Deer S5'48HP tion, 160 Governmen- madisputerial factssues If vs. and they If
$350 (850)592-2507 TOGGLE/WMNS 8290 (850)592-2507 full wh. drive, front tal Center, Pensaco0 there are none, the LUTHER WILLAMSl
Ba xc Lot with 4 est $40 Izuzu 2.3 Longblock Swords, set of 3 end loader, bushog, FORD t7 3 dFlorida 3e ( a nonmusthso ndi.KN W S
Case. Ext. Cond.$50 (850592-2507 e Lgngine w/ accesso- black w/dispay rack finish mower, disk, Sport Trac, Limited ephone: 850/595- petition must so ndi- O LUTHER WIL- ist b lad
ob. 85)42-29 OI RD OOS- res$40 BO 95 $25 850-526-3426 86.Ayw ittn(el A concise state- UAM; ELIZABETH assist you.
obo. (850)482-8290 COIN RED BOOKS- ries $400 00o, 9-5 $25 y-rack spredder & box blade V-B, Full Loaded,' 8300; Fax n809 ulteimate. WAMS; E N i
1965-1989 SET ALL 850352-1255 $18,2000.B 798-3352 56K Mies, Blue' 8096).t Aa LUAMS;ELAET
Bc win nt each 26" 96520 1989 SET A2L7L 850-352- 55Thomas Train Take- Less than O hrs $20,500, 334-s7-686 comments led shall ment of the ultimate IKNOWN SPOUSE OF
Schwinn Point Beach S2(Little tikes playset- Along Collection- Exc. I K0OWN$SPOSE OF
Cruiser Red $80 080 CRAFTSMAN / plastic, multi col- Cond. $60 obo
(850)482-5434 STARRET-MACHINIST ored, 2 slides $125 (850)482-8290
Blue Futon Good TOOLS&BOXES 175- (850)557-6644
Cond $10 ob. 80- S25 a5O)92-507Toilet & Tank $40
Cond. $150 obo. 850- $325 (850)592-2507 Portable baby crib, OBO 8 50-593-9987 or
693- 01038 (10AM 3 Dark Cherry Lane Ce- light wood, $25 850- 573-4425
PM) or 850-482-8290 dar Chest with pad- 526-3426-Vaity- Purple vanity
BOOKCASES(5) DK ded top. $125 obo Vanity- Purple vanity
OAK- FINISH (850)482-8290 Power Wheelchair, with two glass
30"X6'EA LIKE NEW Dean needs batteries, $300 shelves and mirror.
$300 (850)5922507 ri c Guitar eat 080 850-593-6486 525 (850)482-8290
$300 (850)592-2507 Electric Guitar Great
Books- Left Behind Shape S90 (850)693- Professional Char- Wai hung lavatory
Series #1-12 by 0439 grill smoker, 30" $75 sink 515 OBO 850- .. .
Jenkins/LaHaye $30. Entertainment/stor- OBO 850-594-1024 593-9987 or 573-4425 "
(850482-310 Entertainment/ stor-
(850)482-8310 ape cabinet, solid Pure Gold 1 gram Weed-Trmnmer, gas
Books- Sugar Creek pine. 575 850-526- gold ingot, $60 850- operated, Still in box
Gang #7-12&20,36 by 3365 569-2194 $75 850-569-2194
Paul Hutchens. $20 Fireplace screen, Senco Framing Nailer Window Slider, vinyl.
(850)482-8310 folding peacock de- w/case & case of 3x2. low E w/screen,
Freezer 6.1 cu ft. sign, brass, $35 850- nails $175 850-693- brand new, $45 850-
$80 850-569-2194 526-3365 9633 573-4425 ,

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A view of New Scotland Yard, the headquarters building of the Metropolitan Police,
with its sign in London, Monday, Dec. 20, 2010. British police on Monday arrested
a dozen men suspected of plotting a large-scale terror attack.-AP Photo

NKorea nixes threat to attack South


Y E- 0 N P Y 0 N G
ISLAND, South Korea -
North Korea backed ofil
threats to retaliate against
South Korea for military
drills Monday and reported-
ly offered concessions on its
nuclear program signs it
was looking to lower the
temperature on the Korean
peninsula after weeks of
soaring tensions.
But Pyongyang has feint-
ed toward conciliation
before and failed to follow
The North's gestures
came after South Korea
launched fighter jets, evacu-
ated hundreds of residents
near its tense land border
with the North and sent resi-
dents of islands near disput-
ed waters into underground
bunkers in case Pyongyang
followed through on its vow
to attack over the drills.
"It appears that deterrence
has been restored," said
Daniel Pinkston, Seoul-
based analyst with the
International Crisis Group
think tank. "The North
Koreans only understand
force or show of force."
North Korea has previous-
ly been accused of using a
mix of aggression and con-
ciliatory gestures to force
international negotiations
that usually net it much-
needed aid. Real progress on
efforts to rid the North of its
nuclear weapons progranuns
has been rare.
On Nov. 23, the North
shelled Yeonpyeong Island, a
tiny enclave of fishing com-
munities and military bases
about seven miles (11 kilo-
meters) from North Korean
shores in response to an ear-
lier round of South Korean

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In this Feb. 2010 picture, South Korea's K-9 self-propelled gun howitzers fire during
their military exercise in Yanggu, north of Seoul, South Korea. South Korea fired
artillery in a 90-minute drill from a front-line island Monday, Dec. 20, 2010, and
launched fighter jets to deter attacks after North Korea warned of catastrophic retal-
iation for the maneuvers.-AP Photo

live-fire maneuvers. The
North's artillery barrage
killed two marines and two
construction workers in its
first attack targeting civilian
areas since the 1950-53
Korean War. That clash sent
tensions soaring between the
two countries which are
still technically at war.
They've remained in a
tense standoff since then,
and an emergency meeting
of U.N. diplomats in New
York on Sunday failed to
find any solution to the cri-
But Monday brought
some of the first positive
signs in weeks, as a high-
profile American governor
announced what he said
were two nuclear conces-
sions from the North.
New Mexico Gov. Bill
Richardson, a frequent unof-
ficial envoy to North Korea
and former U.S. ambassador
to the U.N., said that during

his visit, the North agreed to
let U.N. atomic inspectors
visit its main nuclear com-
plex to make sure it's not
producing enriched uranium
for a nuclear bomb, accord-
ing to a statement from his
The North expelled U.N.
inspectors last year, and last
month showed a visiting
American scientist a new,
highly advanced uranium
enrichment facility that
could give it a second way to
make atomic bombs, in addi-
tion to its plutonium pro-
gram. Richardson also said
that Pyongyang was willing
to sell fresh fuel rods, poten-
tially to South Korea.
"We had positive results,"
Richardson told Associated
Press Television News at the
Pyongyang airport Monday
He had been set to brief
reporters in Beijing, but his
flight was canceled.

"This is the way countries
are supposed to act," U.S.
State Department
spokesman P.J. Crowley
said. "The South Korean
exercise was defensive in
nature. The North Koreans
were notified in advance.
There was no basis for a bel-
ligerent response."
Analyst Baek Seung-joo
cautioned that the North's
reported concessions are
only a tactic aimed at easing
international pressure. Baek,
of the state-run Korea
Institute for Defense
Analyses in Seoul, said the
comments would be signifi-
cant if the North made them
officially, rather than
through Richardson.
The North was only
sounding out U.S. and South
Korean intentions by talking
to Richardson, Baek said.
and if the situation doesn't
turn in the North's favor, it
will back away.

Prime minister of

Iraq announces

cabinet members

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Prime Minister Nouri al-
Maliki submitted his
new Cabinet on Monday.
clearing a hurdle to seat-
ing a government more
than nine months after
national elections.
But nearly one-third of
the nominees were only
acting ministers, an
attempt to buy time to
work out disagreements
with a key part of al-
Maliki's coalition -- the
hardline Shiite faction
loyal to anti-American
cleric Muqtada al-Sadr.
Parliament was
expected to vote on the
list of 42 ministers and
other top government
posts as early as
Tuesday, according to
Speaker Osama al-
Nujaifi. a member of the
Sunni-backed Iraqiya
alliance that won the
most seats in the March
7 election and, until this
month, bitterly fought
al-Maliki from keeping
his job.
Flanked by al-Maliki
at a joint news confer-
ence Monday night, al-
Nujaifi said the prime
minister had met his
constitutional deadline
to designate Iraq's new
"I am very happy
today," al-Maliki told
reporters. "What has
happened today is new
evidence that we, as
Iraqis, cannot continue

our differences forever."
Although 13 of the
posts were filled with
acting ministers, al-
Nujaifi's endorsement
suggested that Iraqiya
was on board.
The Sadrists were
another matter. They
were promised eight of
those jobs but also
demanded another the
transportation ministry
- and a deputy premier-
ship. Al-Maliki rejected
some of the Sadrist can-
didates because he said
they were uneducated or
otherwise unqualified.
The Sadrist alliance -
which holds 40 of parlia-
ment's 325 seats said
they could replace the
objectionable candidates
but dug in their heels
over the transportation
and deputy prime minis-
ter posts. A Sadrist law-
maker who spoke on
condition of anonymity
to discuss the delicate
negotiations said the dis-
pute threatens to derail
the entire agreement.
Al-Maliki will serve as
the acting minister for
the nation's top three
security posts to give
lawmakers more time to
ensure they are filled
with politically inde-
pendent officials, said
government spokesman
Ali al-Dabbagh.
He said the permanent
nominees would he
selected by Saturday to
replace the acting minis-
ters for the 10 other

AsX i\ri i PKISS

A massive oil pipeline
explosion lay waste to parts
of a central Mexican city
Sunday. incinerating people,
cars, houses and trees as
gushing crude turned streets
into riaming sriers. At least
28 people were killed. 13 of
them children, in a disaster
authorities blamed on oil
The blast in San Martin
Texmelucan, initally esti-
mated to have affected 15.000
residents in a three-mile
( ive-kilometer) radius,
scorched homes and cars
and left metal and pavement
twisted and in some cases.
burned to ash in the intense
Relatives sobbed as fire-
fighters pulled charred bod-
ies from the incinerated
homes, some of the remains
ba'elh more than piles of
ashes and bones.
Officials identified all but
four of the dead by Sunday
night. Although they
released some names, they
didn't sa\ if the\ were all
residents of the area or pos-
sible suspects.
Housewife Zoyla Perez.
Cortes. 27. said she awoke
about 5:30 a.m. to a strange.
Overpowering smell, like

gasoline. Minutes later, her
street looked like it was
flowing in tar and then
erupted in flames. Her hus-
band knocked down a wall
allowing them to escape out
the back of their two-story.
cement-brick home with
their three children.
Her brother-in-law is
being treated for bums in a
hospital. but she didn't know
the fate of his wife and two
"It was like we were liv-
ing in an inferno." she said.
her eyes red from crying.
"Everything was covered in
Laura Gurza. chief of the
federal Civil Protection
emergency response agency.
said that in addition to the 28
deaths, at least 52 people
were hurt and 84 remained
in a shelter late Sunday after
fleeing San Martin. about 55
miles (90 kilometers) east of
Mexico City. More than 115
homes were scorched. 32 of
them destroyed.
The explosion was appar-
ently caused by thieves try-
ing to steal crude oil. said
Valentin Meneses. interior
secretary for the state of
Puebla. where San Martin
is located. Investigators
found a hole in the pipeline
and equipment for extract-
ing crude. Gurza said.
"They lost control
because of the high pressure

with which the fuel exits the
pipeline." he said.
The oil flowed more than
half a mile (one kilometer)
down a city street before
diverting into a river. At
some point, a spark of
unknown origin caused both
to erupt in flames.
Several bodies were
found in cars near the loca-
tion of the leak. but authori-
ties didn't know if the dead
were involved in the theft or
just there by coincidence.
Many of the buildings
destroyed were humble
cement homes. Gurza said
people are not permitted to
live near oil pipelines. but
Jose Luis Chavez. 58. who
lives 10 blocks from the
explosion, said residents
had been there for some
Chavez said he heard at
least two loud booms and
sasw flames leap more than
30 feet (10 meters) in the air.
It was, as if a bomb had
exploded underground. he
President Felipe Calderon
arm ed late Sunday afternoon
to talk with displaced people
in a shelter. ,isit the injured
in a hospital and sun ey dam-
age on the main street where
the fuel exploded. Earlier. he
expressed condolences to the
families of the dead and his
support for those itnjuredl and


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