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>]
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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more photos on page 4A.

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Vol. 88 No. 212

Crime Report

Man accused of stabbing neighbor

.bun:i.h it cr"'icio in c -incm

A Marianna man is accused of
stabbing his neighbor last Friday
James Richard Hansford is

charged with committing ag-
gravated battery with a deadly
weapon in the case. His neigh-
bor, Jason Peterson, was taken to
a Tallahassee hospital following
the incident and was expected
to make a full recovery.

According to Major Donnie
Branch of the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office, witnesses told
investigators that Peterson and
Hansford were arguing and
"'lrr.itiillg each other" on the
porch of Peterson's home when

Hansford produced a fixed-blade
knife and stabbed Peterson in
the stomach.
Authorities were called to the
scene around 10:45 p.m., and
fund the victim lyingon a bench
near his dining room table.

Hansford had
walked home, to
his camper trail-
er about 50 feet
away, and was ar-
rested there with-
out incident.


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for relatives

of deceased


Authorities have been trying with
little success to locate the relatives of
a 59-year-old woman who died in her
Marianna Gibb Village apartment ear-
lier this month of natural causes.
The body of Dale Fields, also known as
Dale McClain, was found
dead in her wheelchair
when apartment man-
ager Marsha Furr went
to bring her a meal on
Oct. 20. Fields' local phv-
sician signed her death
Fl certificate, noting several
health problems in her
medical history. A funeral home on ro-
tation was sent to pick up the body.
Since then, no one has been able to
find next-of-kin to release the hods
to, lackson County Commissioners
learned last week. Bec.Iu.-c of that, the
county must bear the expense of han-
dling her remains. The funeral home
assigned to her had sought permission
from the county to cremate the body, a
less expensive alternative to a pauper's
But, special rules apply to the option
of cremation. A relative must autho-
rize this treatment of the body County
commissioners said that prevents them
from approving cremation, and last
Tuesday told staff to continue efforts to
find next-of-kin.
Fields had previously lived in an as-
sisted living facility in Virginia. and one
in Tallahassee. She moved to the Mari-
anna apartment complex in July of 2010
after some friends she'd made in the
Tallahassee facility moved to a different
The Marianna police department
had no luck tracking down the man she
listed as a brother in her records; Lt. Mi-
chael Miller said the California address
that she provided for a man named
John Murray is apparently not currently

See SEARCH, Page 7A

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I.\ mnwodI lanner spent most ul grade
school drawing. The colors had him a
bit confused at times, but not enough
for teachers to say .nm thing about it.
"I would kinda % ing it" Tanner said.
"'mn good at inmproising "
It wasn't unti hlh O, when Ildiner
who was conlidering an an degree.
had a physical examination. \Vlhat he
and the doctor fonil out lert them
Sboth shocked,
"I am pitoundillv colorblind." laninrr
.-Afr this r vrlation, lann r d~ id
ed to switch his lmliil to electrunis.
which he thought would be easier to
niiigate wit his t lotibluhtin '. Al-
though a section in the color codes
of wiue thmr him oft he wwked
through it and got a job iih Florida
Public tltilitie.
1 ir11 1 linar." 1 -.11slall-t i' 1$pow
a serice operations superior and is
drawing ,iand painililg ..agaill "oi r111iu
so that 'oneili if li% n illr kt illtit i iiih'.
play this week from 8 a.m. to i .po p.m.
at the Chipola Arts Center in Chipula
College and .it the Sundna Altrnimn
with the Arts rcepion on Nov 6 ftun
I p.m. to 5 p.m.
It took a wlild for Tanner to Itcomne
serious about his art after finding
out he was colorblind. A formet FPU
coworker. Gene lester. saw leaner
%keching and igav him an .u1 rvlic- et
Fanneir beganI painting anld even sell-
ing his work. soimetrling he had to take
time to be O l it li
"Thev're like in children. Tanner
said'ofhis paintingii.
The poor econoiln\ made Tanner's
sales drop a few years ago. and along
with it. his interest in painting for a
"Once you paint. you have to stay at
it regularly to be regular at it, to be fluid
at it," Tanner said.
\When his eldest daughter moved to
C.alifornia. she asked T.nner to paint
her something for her new condo. The
resulting 5x5 painting of a woman at-

ood Tanwr. a save operation supervisor with Forida Public Utilitie, shows some
of his art pieces n a FPU confh ic room.

tracted the interest of her neighbor.
an art curator, who offered her $5.000
for it. She refused. but it piqued Thn-
ner's interest in restarting his painting
"That jumpstarted me again," Tanner
Tanner has trouble distinguishing
red, green and brown. The names on
the tubes usually keep him from mix-
ing up the colors, but he's switched col-

ors on occasion and was corrected by
either his wife or youngest daughter.
Being colorblind allows Tanner to see
the different hues of his paints, em-
phasizing the shading in his work.
"That's one of the things I concen-
trate on in my paintings." Tanner ex-
plained. "The transition from the light
to the dark."

See TANNER. Page 7A

Partners for Pets having jewelry fundraiser

riig. cllci'lv|(J .loIrl (n c ..rn

Three Christmases ago, Prancer, a
golden retriever-feist mix, came with
the rest of her brothers and sister
- all named after Santa's reindeers
- to Partners for Pets. The rest of
her siblings found families, but shy
Prancer still resides with Partners for
"We consider her family now,"
said Debbie O'Quinn, the shelter's
Stories like Prancer's are common-
place at Partners for Pets. Strictly no-
kill, the shelter is over capacity with
about 60 cats and 32 dogs calling it

In case you go..
SWht: Jewelry by Beth Basford will be on sale. All proceeds will go toward
Partners for Pets.
SWhmn: 1p.m. on Nov. 5
a Wrme: Beef O'Brady's, 4944 Malloy Plaza East, Marianna

With the had econnolm. lli, shelter
is seeing a lot of animals turned in
by owners unable to paiy foi food, vet
bills and the other expenses of hav-
ing a four-legged family member.
People aren't spaying or neutering
their pets, leading to even more ani-
mals running around town.
All of these animals require food,
vet appointments, a clean home and
more. A non-profit oiganizi/,ion.

Partners for Pets relies on donatiilns.
its adoption fees and help from
the ('it\ of Marianna and Jackson
This Saturday at 1 p.m., the shel-
ter will hold a fundraiser at Beef
O'i.ldy's in Marianna. lewelry by
Plhlh Basford will he on sale, with
proceeds going to Partners for Pets.
See PETS, Page 7A

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Poseidon the puppy keeps an eye out for potential adopters
as he waits with his siblings in their cage at Partners for Pets


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tion betldeen 6 ,i.. and noon. Tudtmnsy to
Friday,,nd 7 ain toIill a m o n r(day. The
Jackson Cournt Florldan (liSPS271 3140)
is publlishisl Trlsda4,/ thirtigh Fre andy
sunday inorri rig- Periodic -il' po-ti paitd
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Home deliery: $1123 Der month 32 81
for three months. $62 05 or si months-
and $12345 for one year All pricesinclude
applicable state and local ta-'es .ail
suscriptions must be pa;d in advance Mail
subscriptions are- $46 12 for three months.
S92 24 for si, months. and $184 47 for one
-. year.

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shall rnot be liable for damages arising
out of errors anil ladverltiemenls bCy/oiin
the amount paid for the space actually
occupied by that portion of the advertise
ments in which the error occurred, whether
such error is due to the negligence of the
publisher's employees or otherwise. and
there shall be not liability for noninsrer
tlon of any advertisenmnl beyond thu
amount paid for such idvertisOment This
newspaper will not knowingly accept or
publish illegal material of any-kind Advertis
ing which expresses preference based on
legally protected personal characteristics is
not acceptable

The Jackson County Florldan will publish
news of general inleiest frle of cha.rpe
'bmil your news or Community Calendar
Sr.venl 'vi. enialil. far. mail, or handrleltiery
Fees may applv for wedding. engagement.
anniversary and birth announcements
Forms are av .ilable at the Floridran offices
Photographs nil it Lie i good quality irnd
jul able lor print The Floridln reserves tIP
righ l I rdit all Silbmrl i '.irA ',.

The Jai-ckon County Floi Irlri's policy
slin correct mistake; promptly. to
report an error. please call W52i3614

Conmnunity Calendar

a Chipola Regional Workfore Deveipmet
Board Executliv Committete meeting 9 i s
the Workforce B.lrd arric 4t; 6 H:gl,. 4 i 0 y 's:.
Suite K Call 71-04'56.
SBhasic Comput Cras P.4Y. 1 ic--it N v ti u ,
8 (ar1 2). I1 a m to 3 3 eT it O' i,:h'i.; Ca'
Training Center. 4-74? HigiM ay 0l MYt.rv kc A I
service. are i ee. Cat! SJrOUL
a The Flordf 'sM' Cuftst Kid Co a ,-
dealidtu cs1 t0-odar at ri intelt **l'- a A-'r*
f laatniCu~tvtid.j'rn %'at itg shuts ta 2 T

nIt hi-C hplif, vlS,! ,'i, S -.vil S-1 vt L 3 -. p.. ,t I
the hleaskmS1 Wmel s rtct'~ d .. ;o p:wx e.a. Cwisppt i s c~ ttlt'-r 'o ,1'i- '. 'o .';:
ILt Ma.,ii I(, > hIr! i, in-. .% ,j. I . i t .Ito rtP '_

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Citizens. 2431 tp t r!93 .r i: i i

a The Pa*stn d. Pubklc Lfrary Cooperathe
System corru es tfe a Ceii 4 pMal int he PL fJllr.:,. 9JI .ttz qt .-Ait '7

a Jackson County Qufiters Guo d Sutt- .Se
5 30 to 8 p IeI w' tnt Fa ,t Ih'ne &fiku*.M ,;
Church 'iouth KA j! Fu orlN .-'iat. : r1,J tini
MCranntti P ist Olfie Wrk ia a r g' e a" ir
helpand tIhd OlCd aiu ngf.jl. PjtI- Yrt; keni
ard *otkshoas The Guild s m-lte4 na dnes 0,
the fourth T Ju y of ti a I. 7 i't A n t .,.
a Matkamo City Commirsson regat r meetl
6 p m. rn City -' HII
a Alcoholics Anonymous .'-en 'r-F". :tk4. S t
p in. First United Methodst Chur ri'.;. 2( a.1 :
nia St.. Marnan. In E:,e .4l Ir~c:-

a Voting begins tolay in nte Floridan's Ctest Kid

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a JaCk* Cowtty Kabtat fok mtmanity
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a Staff Rept Slftu Southetand .' .--
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imJackmn C4 oty Habdal k Humanity Am-
aiohl Arouym us -i o AnCy", ."rvs, :.: -lei
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a Jackson County Haitalt for Humantity Auc-
bton and Smoked Steak liQtze r .'! O w f',t *. >:
S.,- Ai .- .i' M-. -.m a *,'c .'-U .t "*0 -l2 0 V.l:;'ClO
$ P .i" ;',: .' r. ;' tl' Aii.t, cn enE S ot n
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r "Our Town" Nc3 3 ., t C(t' c:.oa TP.'er..
S.'.,'" i't'. 7 p :O T 'tgc i, ,Ait1 3 0 ". S ni'.id ','
." ;!;!'e : t" iFet :h,'ro 'n : ciii..i"8-' :0t,
S"OnT with the St-ow"-- p n' !'n 're .Bphst

College of Flw.oa Ass.embl) Center in Gracevlle.
Aod mi tnar show times 4 and 7 p.m Saturday. The
student p.roduction features music from several
pcpuiar Er-ciaday snows Lmitea number of tickets
viiatd-l1 ine Bius ness OClc.e. Regular admission:
S K.. student iwkets $5 Call t00 328-2660. elx
-.1"'- 1is'it iw',V. t'.pjlrticligUe edu
a Aloholcs Anonymous Closed discussion.
$ p I i t f L a:tis Meothdist Church 290) Cale-
d.. "j.. S. Ml..ur'a!. .n !ht- AA ronl., Atnerdance
:i'l,' i 10 wpiS''lc ltls ;I di.ltf 0 SIo Slop dnkfl irg

a SMnaH Business Seminar Maketing Se W,
F.ii- ,E t tu'ic-n Isto1n Cent ury: Miakefting? in
,C"' a -i Ca'lLege Bissri ess and lechnolgcy EBuilding.
Roam .M-i109 Rs-giter at llho. r:b/
c stl S.0 Ca1 73.--2413 or email lrodthipola.
a 6th anml Unrted Way Chi DiOnner Funlrals-
er Ftr,;d sirv:ie sitris at 11.30 a m. .I C-itens
t cgc'e n Mlar For a $5 donation gel a 36 oz
',s, r' I,ke-i it-a C, i.' r ,r3 ir, ma afl i, 'ln sianr
.i' : .' I I -H.' ,-,-rk .- .1 j ii'm Tiri.G is
.rov :.lku al Jacl 7c-n Ccun!y oad anar Bridge De-
-. if rimrl on 'th,'er, 5,i; E l Call 4. ?'-i '9
a Rblbon Cutting Jack-on County C'haimber o
C,11'rn'ilr i cc ',nirCls a 1'r r-on c tii.lg ieeflorm at
* i .iy MiChterSl TOggeI1, 2878 N. flte-rson St. in
'.FU CAll4&- 64Te:r 4&:-'SCE
a Mosiwe's Fleld of Srewars Con Ma 6 30-
I0 .Qr' i' lNoVv 4 S It V!to Mostels Famiy farnn.
Stardllana; K8c'd n Catri'nd.,tle. Yemar .ppropn-
.itn' hlOtn tilr iopsi Cr-nrtcess' s 3a-riblet
tLl.) F$ pn" r~' r 1 'iL C. l .26i-t 6
P "Our Town" No. 3.- i t Hme Chipoic Theterl,
?i,' 'iy V 1alrs at .' p 1'1 n1tnghtlv Illh a 2 p mn. Sun.
dl.r Ih.iLnee for tliet't ilcnnuvtliC call ?1-222.0.
a Celebrate Recovery Adill teen meetings to
Sovrcrnme hlurs. haibls a3id hang ups. 7? pm. at
E.\I ir'ei ship Center 2645 Penbte Hill Rcid.
0nller i6 p.. ChAd care 3aaillcle. Call 209-7856,
5 -1131.
a Alcoholtcs Anonymous open meeting, S-9 p.m.
in the AA room at First United Methodist Church.
2901 Caledona St. Mananna.

Tht submarrmaiindeadlirtrl i -r -^' !d> r v i'if . ts n ip.rh :.': Sn l CMn ; t c,-r'Ti- C.irennr ..-'ncr ac cOn CoLunt F'ondarl P0 oS 520. M na3na.nan .32447.
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The Maranian Police De-
partment listed lihe following
incidents for Oct 30, the latest
available report: One accident,
two suspicious vehicles, one
physical disturbance, one
verbal disturbance, 38 traffic
stops, one obscene/threatening
phone call, one noise distur-
bance, one assist of another
agency and one threat/harass-
inent complaint.

The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office and county Fire/Rescue
reported the following incidents
for Oct. 30, the latest available
report. (Some of these calls
may be related to after-hours
calls taken on behalf of Gracev-
ille and Cottondale Police
Deparlt nnts): ()ie arcidenil
with injuly, orne cdhad p rson
naturall causes), onle o-ilenl Iag,
five al)andonild vehicles., even

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vehicles two
illncid lli.-,
one suspli-
ciots pehiolli
one high-

way obstniction, (one report
of mental Illness, one physical
disturhance, one pedestrian
complaint. 17 medical calls,
three traffic crashes-one with
entrapment, three burglar
alarnms. one panic alarm, one
tepnrl of a fitcrn in dis-clhirgcd.
seven traffic stops, one ci iminal
nlsrchier conmplaiint, four tres-
pass comiplaliin~, oiic ssti"Ult,
one property rhick, two assists
of other agencies, one public
set vice call and one (irmnsport.

The following pel sons weil
booked into tlie county jail dur-
ing tIhe vlaest iportihng periods:
a Hossein Andre, :9, 272 ( lift

St., Graceille, driving while
iiens'tl suspended! revoked.
a lason Lee, 28. 1896 Rock Hill
Road, Blakely. Ga.. driving while
lircnse suspended revoked.
a Ricky Peeler, -16, 5379
Highiwa\ 2, Bascom, receiving
property in return for worth-
less checks, rgmnd theft, issuing
worthless checks owel $149.
i Imnes Hasford, 59. 2751
Wheel Lock Way, hrianna, ng-
graiatcd tallery \vidi a deadly
I Kiinlterly 13oykin, .15, 6100
Butfalo Roid Greelnwood. di iv.
Ing uniderl thilinnlieniice.
) leTlo-s'tll Il\s, 39, ,12(\3I K- e-
son Ave., Mtil tnumi, driving un-l
der the influence,, diving while
lice ise suspended evoked.
) Sica Ranion, 25, 25.39 Pearcy
Road. Spinglield, no valid
di i\'er's license, hold fo 1oi liety
Sl.eve Brimt, '., ,2-1'0 \ ei pass
oad,i ;anipbtlllon, driving
iliideil Ill' inllileice.
)? C(iistopher lt;itieeilc', -.10,
.11l0 Welliviiwood Dlrive, loiifiay,

grand theft.
a Chevelle Ballay, 47, 3951
VWhispering Pines, Geeenwood,
aggravated hbattery-domestic
violence .
a Jamie lernigan. 28.
1076 Highwayv 179. Boni-
-ay. driving while license
a Tnddy Simpson. 23, 2930
Albert St (Apt. BU, Mari-
anna, driving while license
a Corrcll Faison. 34. 2368
Peicefil Wa\y, Camnpblllion,
burglary of a dwelling with as-
sOult or hitteli-two counts.
a KIenneth Anderson. 4799
GhlssV Pond Road, Chipley,
hold for Bay Co.
a lessie Bunttram, 29. 6836
Edgetield Lane, Ollando, bat-
tery in i detention facility

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American Legion Post 100 Commander Georp Sweeney.eft.
welcomes Red Cross Disater Team Director Sand Hasher.
special guest of the American Legion onnthly dinner meeting
on Oct. U. Sandi shared her many eperiences while helping
victims of tornadoes, flooding and other disasters.

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mobile office hours Wednesday

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U.S. Representative Steve
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ma City, has announced
that his Florida staff will
be hosting mobile office
hours in lackson County
on Wednesday. Nov. 2.
Mobile office hours will
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read (anything they want) for 500
hours to earn the money, and they
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future challenges.
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organizations to exemplify the
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CRAA's regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 18. The
contribution will fund more than 15 grants to art teachers in
the five-county area served by the CRAA. Contributions may
be made at any time. In May and June. teachers who receive
the grants make presentations to CRAA members describing
how they were used. The public is invited to attend.

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President Barck Obama gestures In theOval Office at the White House in Washington on
Monday, w ehee signed an executive order directing the Food and Drug Administration to
take steps to reduce drug shortages. Fron left, are pharmacy manager Bonnie Frawly from
Brigham and Women's Hoispital n Boston; Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen
Sebellus; cancer patient Jay Cuetara from San Francisco; and FDA Commissioner Peggy

Obama orders FDA to

help reduce drug shortages

TheAssociatad Press

WASHINGTON President Barack
Obama i directing the Food and Drug
Administration to take steps to reduce
drug shortages, action he says will help
stop a "slow-rolling problem" that puts
patients at risk and raises the potential
for price gouging.
Obama signed an executive.order in
the Oval Office on Monday Instructing
the FDA to take action In three areas:
broadening Its reporting of potential
drug shortages; accelerating reviews of
applications to change production of
drugs facing potential shortages; and
giving the Justice Department more in-
formation about possible instances of
collusion or price gouging.
Parent deaths have been blamed on
the shortages..which tend to affect can-
cer drugs, anesthetics, drugs used in
emergency medicine and electrolytes
needed for intravenous feeding. Hospi-
tals have been forced to buy from sec-
ondary suppliers at huge markups. Sur.
series and cancer treatments have been
"Even though the FDA has successfully
prevented an actual crisis, this is one of
those slow-rolling problems that could
pnd up resulting in disaster for patients
and health care facilities all over the
country" Obama said.
The president ordered the new steps
without congressional approval, saying
his administration refused to wall for
lawmakers to act on similar legislation
fending on Capitol HiL The measure is
part of a White House effort to use exec-
uveacton to get aroundcongressina
Obapta said the White House would
continue to push lawmakers to pass
bipartisan legislation to prevent drug
shortages, but said "we can't wait for ac-
ion on the Hill, we've got to go ahead

and move forward."
The president Was joined in the Oval
Office by Health ,and Human Services
Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. FDA Com-
missioner Margaret Hamburg, phar-
macy manager Bonnie Frawley, and Jay
Cuetara. a 49-year-old San Francisco
cancer patient ,who told an FDA work-
shop last month how he grappled with a
shortage in his chemotherapy drug.
The FDA reported 178 drug shortages
last year. and the agency says it contin-
ues to see an increase in shortages this
year. Major causes of drug shonages
are said to be quality or manufacturing
problems, or delays in receiving compo-
nents from suppliers. Drug makers also
discontinue certain drugs in favor of
newer medications that are more profit-
able. The FDA does not have authority to
force drug makers to continue produc-
ton of drug.
In the worst known case linked to
the shortages Alabama's public health
department this spring reported niwi
deaths and 10 pademn harmed dur
to bacterial contnamition of a hand.
mixed batch of liquid nuttion g ven
via feeding tubes because de sterle
pre-mixed liquid wasn't available. The
administration acknowedged the steps
Obama approved wont solve a
problem. Shortages have ip na re-
cent years and show no signs ofrlowing.
But Hamburg said. ('We an mi:de a
1vr mill utnd niuanillglll h Id tlifI'-Ik Irt'
by expanding our network of rarks
need. offcals said the FDA has man-
aged to prevent 137 drug shortages ovW
the past 21 months when companies
told regulators they were having trouble.
Options include getting other nmanufac-
turers to ramp up their own production.
helping to find alternative supplies of
key ingredients. even allowing tempo-
ary importation ofcounpetitors

Power restoration in

East could take days

The Associated Press

HARTFORD, Conn, Residents across
the Northeast faced the prospect of days
without electricity or heat Monday. after
an early-season storm dumped as much
as 30 inches of wet,. heavy snow that
snapped trees and power lines, closed
hundreds of schools, and disrupted plans
for Halloween trick-or-treating.
Communities from Maryland to Maine
that suffered through a tough winter last
year followed by a series of floods and
storms went into now-familiar emergen-
cy mode as roads closed, shelters opened
and regional transit was suspended or
The siornm's lingering effects, including
power fiilures and hundreds of closed
schools, will probably outlast the snow.
Temperatures are expected to begin ris-
ing Monday and the snow will start melt-
ing the National Weather Service said.
The early nor'easter had utility com-
panies struggling to restore electricity
to more than 3 million homes and busi-
nesses. By midday Monday, the number
without power was still above 2 million
but falling. But officials in some states
warned it could be days or even a week
before residents have power again.
In Allntown Pa., tree branches linered
yards and residents girded for a long
haul without power. Anne Warschauer.
a 91-yearold Holocaust survivor from
Germany, refused to leave her home on
a quiet ree-lined street even though the
temperature inside had plummeted.
'I'm freezing" she acknowledged.
But she said she worried about her cat,
"They're not going to get the power
back on until Thursday, Anne Yu can't
stay het," said her friend. 63-year-old
Fnmma Saylor.
"I'm no gog in," Wrschauer nrepud. So
let's nor tl about that anymore."
11w~ Irs, branches and power lines
rzis ctusitg roads and rail nf led to
a tough Monday morning commute for
many. Motorist hunted fr open gas sta.
dons as power failures rendered pumps
inoperable at a 7-Eleven in Hartfod two
dozen cars waited In a line that stretched
into the street and disrupted traf5c.
There's no gas anywhere, said Debra
Palmlsuno of Painvlle, who spent most
of the inurning looking around the capi-
tal i: "It'-" l I wlc v, In a war muone. t's

A snowman created out of pumpkins sits on a
lawn Saturday In Northampton, Pa,
pretty scary, actually."
Some local officials canceled or post-
poned Halloween activities, fearful that
young trick-or-treaters could wander into
areas with downed power lines or trees
ready to topple.
The snowstorm smashed record totals
for October and worsened as it moved
north. Communities in western Mas-
sachusetts were anmng the hardest hit
Snowfall totals topped 27 inches in Plain-
field, and nearby Windsor got 26 inches.
In New Hampshire's capital of Concord,
mom than 22 inches fell weeks ahead of
the usual first measurable snowfall States
of emergency were declared in Connecti-
cut, Massachusetts, New Jersey and parts
of Newortk.
West Milford, N.I., had 19 inches Sun-
day. Gov. Chris Christie declared state-
wide damage to utilities.worse than that
wrought by Hurricane Irene, a deadly
storm that blew through the state in

i tge were similar in Connecticut.
where the power loss of 800,000 broke
a record set by Irene. By early Monday.
around 400,000 people lacked power
In New Jersey and more than 750,000 In
Compounding the storm's impact were
unfallen leaves that gave the snow some-
thing extra to ling to and loaded branch-
es with .tremendous weight, snapping
them off and sending them plunging onto
power lines and across roads and homes.
The snowstorm was blamed for at least
12 deaths. mostly caused by falling trees,
traffic accidents or electrocudons. Six
people died in rPl'inscyl ii alone.

Smuggling ring dismantled in Arizona

The AssociatedPress
PHOENIX-Arizona au-
thorities have dismantled
a "massive" drug traffick-
ing ring responsible for
smuggling more than $33
million worth of drugs
through the state's western
desert every month for dis-
tribution nationwide, offi-
cals said Monday.
The ring Is believed be
tied to the Sinaloa cartel
Mexico's most power-
ful and responsible for
smuggling more than 3.3
million pounds of mari-
juana, 20,000 pounds of
cocaine and 10000 pounds
of heroin into the U.S.
through Arizona over the
past five years, according
to U.S. Immigration and
Customs Enforcement.
Their efforts in that time
generated an estimated $2
billion, according to ICE,
ICE's Homeland Secu-
rity Investigations and the
Pinal County Sheriff's Of-
fice arrested 22 suspected
smugglers tied to the ring
on Thursday, the latest of
three busts they say have
brought it down following
a 17-month investigation
dubbed "Operation Pipe-
line Express."
In the three busts com-
bined, the agencies have
arrested 76 suspected
smugglers and seized more
than 61,000 pounds of pot,
about 160 pounds of her-
oin, about 210 pounds of
cocaine, nearly $760,000
In cash, and 108 weapons,
including assault rifles and
shotguns. The other busts
came in mid-September
and mid-October.
Although the agencies
released some information
About Tllurdlay's bust last

week, they held back most
of their information for a
Monday news conference
in which they displayed
dozens of guns and hun-
dreds of pounds of pot
The smuggling ring op-
erated by using backpack-
*ers and vehicles to move
drugs from the border to a
network of so-called stash
houses in the Phoenix area.
The drugs were then sold
to hlstributors from states
across the country.
Authorities say the ring
Virtually monopolized
smuggling routes along an
80-mile section of the Ari-
zona-Mexico border from
Yuma to just east of the
small Tohono O'odham
Nation town of Sells.
Some of the officials at
the news conference In
Phoenix lauded the bust
as a significant blow to the

Sinaloa cartel while others
acknowledged that It af-
fects only a portion of the
cartel' massive operation,
which still has cells operat-
ing in the state.
"t's a body blow but it
doesn't knock them out by
any sense of the imagina-
tion." Pinal County Sheriff
Paul Babeau said. "This
literally is Just a fraction of
what'sgoing on."
It's only a matter of time
before either the Sinaloa
cartel or another operation
reclaims the area affected
by the bust, said Matthew
Allen, ICE's special agent
In charge for Arizona.
"This is not a closing
chapter in this book," he
said. "We have every ex-
pectation that command
and control in Mexico is
working to re-establish
their presence, and it's our
job to go after them."




Wlliams Funeral Home
of Graceville
5283 Brown Street
Graceville, Ft. 32440
(850) 263-5116

Charles Clifford Clark,
78, of Graceville, Florida,
passediawady late Sunday
afternoon, October 30,
2011, at his home following
an extended illness.
Mr. Clark was born on
June 18, 1933, to the late
Charlie H. and Willie
Watford Clark. He was a
lifelong resident of
Graceville. After his service
in the United States Army,
he returned to Graceville
and worked for 33 years
with Jones Motor Compa-
ny. After his retirement, he
enjoyed gardening.
Mr. Clark is survived
by his loving wife of 50
years, Helen Faye Clark;
one daughter, Connie
(Leonard) Glley of Dothan:


Furr hopes that someone
who knew and loved Fields
can be found.
Fields came to the Mari-
anna apartments with little
more than a bag of clothes,
Furr said. She had no fam-
ily pictures, and most of
the furnishings in Fields'
apartments were donated
by people in the commu-
nity who wanted to help
her create a more"homey"
feel to her dwelling. Fields
appeared resigned to a
bare-bones dwelling and
existence, but was also, a
nice person who was will-
ing to help others as best
she could, Furr said.
She rarely. If ever, talked
about her family and was
something of a loner. She

one son, Charles W\anvssou)
Clark of Cotiondale; one
sister, Carrie Mae Kelly of
Dotlihdn; two
iuandtiaughters, Madison
.1illo0 Irf than and
Riiiinanll Cliuk of Belton,
TX; and his mother-in-law,
1nuogene Ivey, of
VIsltation will be held
on ITueday evening, No-
vember 1, 2011, from 6
m.t 8 p.m. at the Wil-
liams Funeral Home Chap-
el in Graceville. Funeral
services will be held at
Pleasant Grove Methodist
Church in Slocomb, AL, on
Wednesday, November 2,
2011, at 10 a.m. Interment
will follow at the Whitaker
United NMethodist Church
Cemetery. w
Flowers will be accept-
ed or, in lieu of flowers,
gifts of remembrance can
be made to the Pleasant
Grove Methodist Church
Building Fund, Slocomb,
AL, or Hospice of the
Emerald Coast, 4374 Lafay-
ette Street, Marianna, Flor-
ida. 32446,

liked to watch westerns
and soap operas on televi-
sion. Furr said, and didn't
get out much.
She once told Furr that
she'd enjoyed crocheting
before her health deterio-
rated, and she may have
once been able to drive
and get around better by
herself that she could in
her final days of life. She.
was not wheelchair bound,
but used it often. Her ex-
cess weight, her diabetes,
her high blood pressure
and other problems made
her virtually housebound
in recent times.
Authorities have released
a drivers license photo-
graph of Fields in hopes
that someone may reeog-
nlae her and put them in
touch with her relatives
The Marianna Police De-
partment can be reached
at 850-526-3125.

t Volunteers are always
P needed to help out around
the shelter or even jILSI play
From Pag !A Wilhth hdi untll'.
'All the animals need at,
Community members tenion." O'Quinn squad.
can also help the shel- o learn more about
ter by donating cleaning Partners for Pets; checkout
products. cat liner, blan- their Facebook page. For
kets, money or other pet any questions or to volun-
supplies. teer, calb482-4570.

nnanna Divison, some
Churches, homes and non.
profit organizations are
FrosmPe1lA some of the places his work
decorates the walls of.
Everything from National Tanner wants to make
Geographic photos to local painting his ful-time job
places and images inspires some day. He is even plan-
Tanner. People fishing at. ning to expand his home
Mil Pond and some FPU art studio.
employees working on It's a joy," Tanner said.
power poles are some of "It's a gift and a joy and
Tanne's local inspirations. I enjoy sharing it with
The halls of FPU's Mari- people."

No appeal of prison

privatization decision

The Associated Press

state will not appeal a
court decision that struck
down a budget provision
calling for the privatization
of nearly 30 South Florida
prison facilities as a cost-
cutting measure, Gov. Rick
Scott's office confirmed
Lawmakers, though, can
try next year to pass the
plan as a substantive bill
separate from the budget.
The 2012 legislative ses-
sion begins Jan. 10.
Scott spokeswoman
Jackie Schutz said in an
e-mail that the ruling will
not be appealed, but she
did not elaborate on the
reasons why. Monday was
the deadline for filing such
an appeal.
Circuit Judge Jackie Ful-
ford cited two prior Flor-
ida Supreme Court rul-
ings in similar cases when
she ruled last month in

The privatization plan
violated provisions in the
Florida Constitution that
limit all laws to a single
subject and the state bud-
get to the subject of appro-
priating money for current
expenses, Fulford wrote.
"We're not breaking any
new ground here." said Hal
Johnson. a lawyer for the
Florida Police Benevolent
Association, which filed
the court challenge.
The PBA represents pris-
on guards. Nearly 4,000
of the union's members
would have lost their jobs
under the Republican-con-
trolled Legislature's plan.
"I am pleased that the
governor has 'decided
to let the process work,"
said Sen. Mike fasano, a
New Port Richey Republi.
can who is against prison
privatization. "In my opin.
Ion, as a stand-alone bill,
yot will probably see more
members oppose it."

Malone middle/high honor roll

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The following students are on
the first nine-weeks' honor roll for
Malone inlddllu/high school:
Sixth Grade
A Honor Roll None,
A/B Honor Roll Hannah Autrey,
Dellon Barber, Hunter Layton, Dev-.
on Southwell and Kyle Tillman.
Seventh Grade
A Honor Roll Sara Elizabeth
Bryan. ,
A/B Honor Roll Lashonda Beck-
with, Kendra Clayton and Yakira
Eighth Grade
A Honor Roll -None. N
A/B Honor Roll Kristen Chamn-
bliss, Sheyanna Chambliss, Brit-

liny Co(, Joella Duncan, hINylou
Duraso, Chelsea Edenfield, Han-
nah Kleinpeter, Chancellor I.ckilli,
Braydon Nutnni y, William Quattle-
baum, Austin W'.stbrook and Ka-
zarleya Williams,
Ninth Grade
A Honor Roll Harrison Floyd.
A/B Honor Roll Sabra Culli-
fer, Cody Henson, Antwain John-
son, Christopher Long and Lucas
lath Grade
. A Honor Roll Dustin Everitt.
A/B Honor Roll Briana Dallas,
Courtney Harrell, Tyler Henry, An-
gelica Livingston, Robert Orshall,
Christy Peeler and Mary Katherine

1th Grade
A Honor Roll Tommy Coley,
Cody Dunaway, Brett Henry, George
Kleinpeter, Sara Newsom and An-
drea Pelham.
A/B Honor Roll Cassidy Birge,
Tierra Campbell, Katelyn Cross,
James Dallas, Niki Ferguson, Jay
Henson, Jennifer Hewett, Marrissa
Peterson, Tristen Rogers and Austin
12th Grade
A Honor Roll Nicholas Breeden,
Kayla Lewis, Katie May and Emily
A/B Honor Roll Keaton Braswell,
Lindsey Brock, Shelby Calloway,
Lauryl Clark, Olivia Daniels, Gar-
rett Harris, Venisha Hearns, Sophia
Lewis, Chris Maloney, Micah Ruiz-
Toro and Tatum Skipper.

Troop 3 Boy Scouts stay 'On the Move'

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Troop 3 Boy Scouts enjoyed their
regular weekly meeting on Oct. 17.
at the Scout Hut at Wynn Street
Scouts were busy all night with a
special induction ceremony. rope
tying skills practice, and making
plans for an upcoming yard sale
fiundraise Scum Master Bill Klein-
hans presented each scout with a
special "30" patch to bewom on the
sleeve of their uniform shins. The
prestigious patch represents the 30
years that Troop 3 has been func-
tioning and serving the Boy Scouts
of lackson County and will be worn
with pride by members of Troop 3.
The Marianna Optimist Club is the
chartering organization for Troop 3
Boy Scous.
Seouti Master Bill Kleinhant. and
Senior Patrol Talop -rader Levin
Berry led the scout Invertfttr fu
scout CJ. BaBnes The candlelight
ceremony scrvs to wlcome a new
scout to the Troop, C.,l brother
placed the stout pin on hiun..ind he
recited the Scourm th and was pe-
sentedhisTroop neckerchief.
Scout Master Kleinhans spoke to
all of the scouts regarding the ex-
pectations and responsibilities of
being a BIv Scout.
Scouts then regouupitd back il to
theit t!a'jtith" 01tols liit'ci.
$SqulitTLsl. itL t,-al.tki' and obl.
- to practice their rupi-tyum g .ikdis
Leaders lhason W'hikddon., oih
Brien. and Levin Berry demontwrat-
ed the corret vay to tie several dif.
feren types of knots and observed
as scouts practiced.
Leaders and scouts joined in the
planning for the yard sale fund.

oo 3 Ladr Jaso Wddon (stndi) dmonstrat a knot-tying tecnque
to embes of tfh Tier Patrol o Toop 3. Include. ftr left Chase Elins.
DPMl TU an (SeniPtrl Leadr vLiBerrny). Chrittophr G and Matthe

Scout Master Bill Klfrhatlns presents
CJ. Bnaes with his WToop noerchie
raiser schethiled for Satuday. Nov.
5. which will be at lie Wynn Street
Part taskctball cours.
for more infonnation about do.-
nating items or any details of the
yard sale, call Barry 1111man at
482.i-1,I. or l-stelle \hiddon at

Scout Master Bill Klnhans shows the
scouts the location of the 30" patch
on the unifo shirt of Boy Scout Chad

For more information about the
Troop 3 Boy Scout program, call
Kleinhans at 526-2897.

Pilot Club has guest speaker at meeting

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Wade Mercer. attorney and Civil
Traffic Infraction Hearing Officer!
Judge was the guest speaker at the
Pilot Cub of Marianna September
program meeting. He discussed civ-
il traffic violations, collection and
allocation of fines throughout lack-
son County and recent legislation
affecting traffic violations.
Also during the meeting, Doro-
thy Day Chancy was named 2010-
2011 Pilot Club of Marianna Sweet-
heart, in her honor, the club made
a donation to Pilot International
Established in 1975. the Foundn-
tion supports Pilot's humanitarian
efforts through charitable, educo-

Damta Jacob presdent-elect/program
chair Wade Mercer. attomy; andAmber
Baggett. president.
tional and scientific research pro-
grams. Its purpose is to improve tlhe

Dorothy Day Chaney (left) the 2010-
2011 Pilot Club of Marianna Sweetheart;
and Amber Baggett. president.
lives of people affected by brain-re-
lated disorders through g-rants and

State Briefs

Fa. puts 9 GOP contenders
on Jan. 31 ballot
publican voters will get to choose
between nine presidential contbnd-
ers during next year's prinumry
The Republican Party of -lorida
on Monday submitted the names
of nine candidates for the Jan. 31
ballot: Michele Bachmann, Her-
man Cain, Newt Gingrich, Jon
Huntsman, Gary Johnson, Roq
Paul, Rick Perry, Mitt Romney and
Rick Santorum, These are the same
nine who appeared at the Presi-
dency 5 debate held last month
in Orlando. 'o days after that
debate nearly 2,700 pat ty delegates
participated in a straw poll that
Cain won and helped turn him into
a front-runne,.
Monday was the deadline to
submit names fo the ballot. Florida
Democrats submitted the name of

President Barack Obama.
Florida's primary will be the
fourth in the nation after lown, New
Hampshire and South Caolina.

Miami-Dade schools axed
midterm and final exams
MIAMI Mnny students in'
Miami-Dade County won't have to
study for final exams. Or midterms.
School district officials decided .
in October to make midterm and
final exams optional for students in
grades 6 through 12. They say it's to
ease the burden on students.
ihe Miami Herald reports that
students aren't completely off ithe
hook, They still have to take state,
federal and local assessment tests,
And teachers can give midterms
and finals if they choose.
An assistant super, intehndt'nt
for Miami Dade schools told the
ItI'\vsWll;Il) tihe testing schedule

gets crowded, especially at the end
of the year It will get even worse
as Ilorida moves to end-of-course
exams. In 2012, students will
begin taking geometry and biology

Tampa teen shot, killed
duringtight at party
IF\N1AMPA -A 17-year-old was
killed when a tight broke out at a
party in Tampa.
Author ities sayV ohn Singleton
was shot about 11:45 p.m. Satur-
day. Ihe high school junior died a
short time later at Tampa General
Hospital. Tampa police say about
60 people were inside the Unique
Island Grill when the fight broke
out. Several people were asked to
leave the building and the fight
started up outside the restaurant.
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Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral stepping down

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LONI )N Ihe Dean
of St. PaIl''I (C.Iahtdlil oni
Monday became the sec-
ond high-ptIlfle clergy
member to step down over
anti- caltalist prtolit~ls that
have 'pillled across the his-
toric church'S grounds,
Griaeine Knowles said
his position has become
'utlenthble" ai criticism of
the cathedral has mounted
in the press and in public
opinion. Knowles had
urged protesters to leave
the cathedral area to allow
it to reopen its doors, say-
ing that he recognized the
group's right to protest but
wanted them to respect
the church's right to open
for visitors.
His resignation follows
that last week of Giles
Fraser, a senior St. Paul's
Cathedral priest who had
weolomed the antl-capi-
talist demonstrators to set
up camp outside the land-
mark inspired by New
York's Occupy Wall Street
movement. He said he re-
signed because he feared
moves to evict the protest-
ers could end in violence.
Senior clergy have been
divided over how to handle
the scores of tents set up
outside the iconic cathe-
dral near the River hames
in central London. Protest-
ers highlighted the Issue in
their response to Knowles'
While the management
of St. Pauls is "obviously
deeply divided" over the
protests, the movement
has never called for any
"scalps" from the clergy.
protesters said on the Oc-

Potestors dresseas zmbles are sn outside St Paul's Cathedral in non M day.

cupy London website.
"Our cause has never
been directed at the staff of
the Cathedral." the group
said. It called for an "open
and.transparent dialogue"
between demonstrators
and those urging campers
to move.
Knowles, 60, called the
past two w 'ks a "testing
time" and said his decision


Ubya names an
prime minister
TRIPOL, Libya Libad's
interim leadership has
chosen an electronics
engineer from Iripoli as
the country's new prime

Abdel-Rahhu al-Keeb
was chosen Moanday by
the Nationil Iansitional
Council and will appoint a
new Cabinet. This govern.
Ient is to pave the wua for
general elections.
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.to step down did not come
"Since the au1tal of the
protesters' camp outside
the cathedral, we have all
been put uider agteat deal
of stralt imul have faced
what would appear to be
some insurinuuntable is-

sues," he said in a state-
ment "1 hope and pray
that under new leadership
these issues might con-
rinue to be addn-ssed and
that there might be a swift
and peaceful resolution.'
St. P.lud officials said
Knowix mn ade hi.. decision

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known on Sunday night
and has already removed
himself from operations.
On Sunday, c'li-gy.IIneir
and demonstrators held
talks aimed at avoiding a
violent confrontation over
the camp.
Both the church and the
local authority, the City of
London Corporation, have
launched legal action in
the hope of clearing scores
of tents from a pedestrian-
ized square and footpath
outside the cathedral.
That prompted a part-
time chaplain, Fraser Dyer,
to resign last week. Dyer
said he was "embarrassed"
by the decision to take le-
gal action to try to evict
the protesters. The camp-
ers led the cathlediil to
close for a week on heahli
and safety grounds amid
concerns the tents were
blocking access to the
popular site for worship-
pers aid visitors. It was the
first time the 300-year-old
church had closed since
German planes bombed
the city during World War
II. It reopened Friday.
St. taul's reopened on Fri-
day after campers agreed

to rearrange their tents,
but the City of London
Corpo ration then said it
was launching legal action
,on the grounds that the
protest is an "unreason-
able user of the highway."
Demonstrators erect-
ed the tents outside the
church on Oct. 15, during a
thwarted attempt tp stage a
protest outside th'nearby
London Stock Exchange,
Britain's High Court will
decide whether to allow
authorities to forcibly clear
the protest camp. Many
expect the legal process to
be lengthy and complex.
The Archbishop of Can-
terbury Rowan Williams
called Knowles' decision to
step down "very sad news"
in the wake of Fraser's ear-
lier resigiiation.
"The events of the last
couple of weeks have
shown very clearly how
decisions made in good
faith by good people under
unusual pressure can have
utterly unforeseen and un-
welcome consequences,
and the clergy of St. Paul's
deserve our understanding
in these circumstances,"
he said in a statement.

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Chipola Women's Basketball Preview

Lady Indians 'anxious' to start season


The Chipola Lady Indians will
open the regular season tonight
when they travel to Melbourne
to take on Brevard.
The Lady Indians will look to
get the season off on the right
foot against a Lady Titans squad
that won just four games all of
last season.

Chipola won 18 last year,
but didn't make the state tour-
nament, and anything less
this season will be deemed a
"I think it will be a good start
for us," Lady Indians coach Da-
vid Lane said. "It's a chance to
play somebody in the state of
Florida, which is better compe-
tition than you'll find anywhere
else. We're anxious to kind of

get going."
The Lady Indians have been
battling a flu bug that has made
the rounds through the team in
the last week, but Lane said he
hopes the team will be close to
100 percent by game time.
Brevard returns just three play-
ers from last year's team, so the
Chipola staff won't have a great
deal of knowledge of what to

"I don't really know anything
about them, just that they're go-
ing to be an athletic team and be
scrappy," the coach said. "We're
more focused on making sure
that what we have worked on
starts showing up on the court."
The Lady Indians will return
home this weekend for the Mil-
ton H. Johnson Classic on Friday
and SatiurlrIy for games against
semi-pro team Orlando l\1nueme

"I think it wil be a good
startfor us. It's a chance to
play somebody in the state
ofFlorida, which is better
competition than you'llfind
anywhere else."
David Lane,
Lady '- 4 "- .'

and Faith Baptist Prep School.


Champions crowned

Trent Hars readies himself for a scoring attempt In a recent Tiny Mite division soccr match.

Tiny Mites winner

crowned Thursday

Floridan Correpondent

Soccer season at Optimist Park has
drawn to a close with three leagues fin-
ishing up last week and two scheduled to
close out Monday evening.
In the Tiny Miles division, It was the Py-
thons who dnmilnated the league finish-

ing with a 9-1 record.
Right on their heels was D i)aspring % ith
an 8-2 record, followed by the Scorpions
who were 7-3 on the ason.
In last ruesdavys action, it was the
Cobras shutting out the Knighl. 0
Marques Rhodes was the lone kicker for
the Cobras. notching all three to the back
of the net.
The league-leading Pythons finished
on a high note with a 4-3 win over the
Scoring for the Scorpions was Trent
Harris who put two in the goal while Ma-

rie PI'atte.i on Robbins added the third
goal For the Ilthon%. it was DeTorrian
Barnes and Keaton Meese both with two
goal, each.
In the final game it was nDa'springs
taking a 5-2 win over the tigers. Chase
Bethea scored twice for the tigers while
lames Isabella led Daysprings with
three goal. on the night to tie his season
best. Also coming through with a goal
each was Derrick Bennett and David
Moimda night scores were not available
at press time.

Pee Wee Spccer







I i 1'Pee Wee soccer season
has come to a dose at Opti-
mist Park with the IulnIldgp
difliinM.iiiii the letgilt with-
out a defeat and an 8-0-1
In the rain-shortened sea-
son, the 'hriik, also went
undefeated with a 5-0-1
The two teams only non-
win ga e was against each
other in the tinal night of
In the last week of action
.it was tie Eaglel over the
Storm it *i while the Crew
and Giants played a de-
frns \' Ibatltc! for 148 min-
IXo\ took a 1 lead over
Dai-pi ing, hbile the Bull-
dogp and Sharks knotted at
Tlhe Hulldog. were un-
der the Ilad.lhsip of Chai
Arunakul with Beai Alday.
Blaker \ngerbrandh Rile\
Alnmakul, Carter Cass. lus-
tin Clikas, Ami\.ah Godwin,
Ma.lon H-lendrLx. Nate
Morris, Ashunti Peterson
Turner Seav SunaleeW\atson
and Clayton Williams.
Also on the undefeated
Sharks team were Morgan
Baxter, lames Clikas. Sydnee
Goodson. Pender Johnson.
Chance Keith., onah Mer-
cer, Cameron Porter, la rod
Ronev. John Sanchez, lay\den
Sorev, Grant Williams Na-
talee Williams, and AMiia
York. I caiding the Sharks was

Midge Soccer

Title goes to


City champions finish with
9-1 record after defeating
the Extreme 3-1 on Thursday

Floridan Correspondent

The Midget League soccer came to a close last
Thursday night at Optimist Park with the Thun-
derbolts taking the city championship with a 9-1
Second in the running were the Raptors with a
6-2 record.
In Thursday night action, it was the Mystics
handing l).aspling a 1-0t)loss. Zack lernigan
scored the lone goal for the Mystics.
On the adjacent field, it was the league champll
ons trying to keep their record In tact with ta 3-
victory i) ir ii i Extreme. (iana (Currier scored for
the Extreme while Bishop Bosland picked up two
goals for the Thunderbolts with Cole Payne add-
S ing a goal.
In the final game it was the Raptors with a nar-
row 2-1 victory over the Cheetahs. Cole Nobles
found the back of the net for the Cheetahs wlile
Micaiah Spcnce picked( u) holth goals for the

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Braves trade RHP

Lowe to Indians

ie It'k I olv\(e's dtlla ilitv\
and plici'e ag \Wt'lt
(oo iticht loI theIkik ela\nd
ll Ititts to tlesislt,' 'h t'l tl
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\eati \et ,ian pitclihet tI in
I li Atlanta Blaves on Monll
da\ toi a 1 inin league, a
lo w-iisk llmove designed to
bolster t'leeland's starting
1'he Indians got the 3-ti
vear-old I ol e., who has it66
career 1\ins, in exchange
for left-hatlder ('ilhris ones.
As part of the deal, thile t'Inl-
dians will only hIavte to pay[
.owe $5 I million of tilthe $15
million hle's st'cheduled to
lnake in l201). lowe signed
a foulr-'Wea, $60 million
deal as a free' agentll with
Atlanta betfie the '2009O
General tmalnager t'hlis
Alintolt'titsatil I owe iionlne
diatel' ,aSSillet'S a spot inl
the Itdians' starting stall,
whet'ie he' ll oin tlbhaldo Ii
tIt'ne-' IlistilI MasIteson,
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tor lowe \ \aS allltotin t'tet,
thei lndiln, p ticked up t'al

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tor 2'012
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011 tlet' dtisaIbld list as
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tot mIost o .'01) 1 heloa e
inljittliest' aml inet\p llen c'e

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Lot we has soimemileniage on
his light ,a 111, (i'levelaid
believes liot has enough left
to kV lp IIC ) Ite Xl St'asoI .,
l.owe'lis pitched in both

with a 5.05 ERA in 34- starts
last season, his third with
Atlanta. Hlis 17 losses led
the league.
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2.0-17 loss to the New Yolk (;ianis.
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Bush (22) is tackled by New York Giants
defensive back Justin Tryon (30) on a
punt return during the game Sunday In
East Rutherord. N.J.

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ltailed It es( ape tackler Justin 'ryon,
who happened to be playing with a
iboken right arn that required sur-
gery Monday.
lIn the fourth quarter, the Dol-
phins' luck has been as lousy as
their stats. A highly questionable
offensive pass interference call on
Brandon Marshall with 10 minutes
left Sunday cost them 36 yards. A
touchdown catch during the Bron-
cos' collmeback a week earlier was
also dubious.
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phins play at Kansas City. The only
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No. 15 Michigan Stait vs. Minnesota. 41 2Gary WoodInd A 7
11 rtn. 41. /al(h Jolhn on (I USA ).9H
No. 8 G(ieorgia vs. New M i,xl(. I, at., 4,, A ,ilo (lshi)t, 1, A .
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p.m. 41 I.H1
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Cardinals La Russa

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Soiect o winnlor ron tocril of tiNo ) Ok s
games, listed'l t lo Sto'lct i1 doSClndingll
frder of youl 'CONFIDELNCE in your cLf'hicts
Win points .11 lftiot fo t'ach corffet st!se l -ion
ltorard possilo ltoltl of U13 p)nts SSee
complete rules telowl You lmust t'e it nlds!
8 leijgh) years old to enter To enter ciip
along dotte line tth n place't e lry i
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1. Object of the game is to amass as many of the 136 weekly points as you can. Simply
review the week's schedule of games listed on entry form. and decide which game you
are SUREST of picking a winner in. Write the name of your projected winner on the
16-point line, and so on down to the 1-point line, which game you figure to be a toss- up.
Next, fill in Tiebreaker 1, the total points scored by both teams in the week's designated
game. If this step fails to produce a winner, the judges will apply Tiebreaker 2, total
offensive yardage from scrimmage in this game. If a winner still doesn't emerge, a
drawing will be held among those contestants still tied. Decisions of the judges are final.
The weekly contestant from among all participating newspapers who tallies the most of
the 136 points will win $1000.
2. Any entry form that does not contain a legible name, address, etc. will be disqualified.
3. Entries that fail to forecast a winner from each and every game will be disqualified,
as will entries that fail to distinguish between the Jets and Giants of New York and other
similar sounding team names games.
4. No points are awarded on tie games or in case any game is not played for any reason
during its scheduled week.
5. Entering POWER POINTS constitutes permission by contestant for his or her name
and photograph to be used for news and reasonable promotional purposes at no charge.
6. Employees of this newspaper and their immediate families are ineligible to participate.
7. Any inquiry about or protest of weekly results must be made by noon on the Friday
following the announcement of winners.
8. No purchase necessary. Facsimile game entry forms will be accepted. Enter contest
by dropping entry form into POWER POINTS container at the Jackson County Floridan.
9. Weekly deadline for entry will be 2 p.m. Thursday except when noted otherwise on
weekly entry form.
10. Neither this newspaper nor any co-sponsor will be responsible for illegible entry
forms or those lost, stolen or damaged in any way or entries misdirected or arriving
postage due or for any claim or injury by contestants made in connection to any activity
involved in entering contest. Entrants assume all liabilities.
11. Limit: one entry per person per week. Each entry must represent the original work of
one entrant: "group" entries, "systems" or other attempts to enter multiple entries will be
disqualified. Filling out extra forms and putting your friends and relatives names on theitl
violates this rule. Any such entries are destroyed prior to grading.
12. Contestants must have reached the age of eight (8) years by the Sunday of any
week's play.

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1 The red
a Wear well
12 Nefertlti's
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14 Part of the
15 Night
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19Usher n
21 Oven
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SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nw.
22) This could be one
of those rare days when,
without even trying, an
abundance of good ideas
pop in your head.
Dec. 21) Lucky you,
because there is a good
*chance that something
profitable will develop
that will be engineered by
a good friend working on
your behalf.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jm.
19) Ignore people who
try to tell you that your
expectations are unduly
optimistic and infeasible.
They're wrong,
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-f.
19) Many times ie are
more effective when we
keep our intentions to our-
selves, and this maybe one
of those days.
PISCES (F*b 20-cilb
20) Although you aren't
likely to be expecting it, you
could learn two valuable
lessons aboutyourselffrom
your past experiences.
ARIES (M h 21-Api1 39)
This sone day when it
really would behoove you
to set goals and then go af-
ter them.
TAUUS (Apdi 204o
20) You should discuss
certain complicated issues
that have been dumped in
your lap with those whose
thinking you respect
N (May 21-J 20)
You may not be able to
do the same for yourself,
but you are likely to possess
a special knack for helping
others sort out their finan-
cial dilemmas.
CANCER (w 21-ly22)
-You have an innate sense
of undesanding that peo-
ple not things, make the
world go around. You can
use this knowledge to your
and everybody's benefit -
LEO (J*b Z34A. 2 -
Being able to select exactly
what tasks or assignments
you wish to perform will
work in your favor
VUQO (A 23-SqL 22 t)
If you have a choice,
be selective regarding
with whom you choose to
UBRA (Sept. 23s-O. 3)
This could be a perfect
day to go bargain hunting,
especially if you arelooking
for a big-ticket item that is
pertinent to your family

Annie's Mailbox

Dr AnM My fiancee, "Beth," and 1
have been together for more than two
years. Recently, she called off our wed-
ding saying she isn't ready.
A few weeks later, we decided to take
a break and work on the relationship.
We live in separate houses. Beth has a
full-time job. I am in school and work
part-time. We used to see each other ev-
ery day. Now although we still talk daily, I
only see her twice a week at most.
Beth is talking to a counselor about
her issues, and we have started couples
counseling. One of our main problems
is that she becomes distant when things
aren't going well and subconsciously
pushes me away. I have never loved and
trusted anyone as much as I do her. How
can I support and help her?

Der ConfuE d: You already are be-
ing supportive by attending counseling
sessions and not pushing Beth to make
decisions any sooner than she is able.
We hope counseling will help you reach

The winning line of play in today's deal is
called the devil's coup because it is diabolic
that declarer can avoid losing three tricks. How
should South play in five hearts afterWest leads
the spade king?
In the bidding, a modern North would have
responded three hearts, a pre-emptive bid with
four-card support. East applied maximum
pressure by jumping to four spades. A scien-
tist would have cue-bid three hearts to invite
game, especially since the auction suggested
that West had made a weak overcall.
South could have doubled four spades for
down one, but maybe that contract was mak-
ing and perhaps five of a red suit was laydown.
There are three top losers: one spade and two
hearts, South must eliminate that spade loser
before touching trumps. He takes the first trick
and plays diamonds from the top. When de-
clarer leads the queen, what does West do?
If he ruffs high or discards, dummy's spade is
pitched; so West tnjst ruff low. South overruffs
in the dummy, cashes the club ace, ruffs a club,
ruffs a diamond, ruffs a club, and leads his last
diamond, throwing dtumly's remaining spade.
What can the defenders do? Nothing! If West
ruffs, it costs his ace. And if West lets Fast ruff
low, a momeLnt later the heart ace and king
crash together.

a satisfactory resolution. If so, your rela-
tionship will be stronger than ever. But
please understand it is also possible that
underlying issues will come to light and
one of you might decide that marriage is
not in the cards. This is neither good nor
bad. It is simply how things sometimes
work out.

Daw Anr You printed a letter from
"Bruised in Nebraska," the 12-year-old
boy who said his brother yelled athitn
and hit him, and whose mother refused
to get involved. Your answer wasn't
strong enough. It is possible the writer's
brother is an abuser in the making, and
the mother is in denial. So what if he pro-
vokes his brother? The boy has to learn
that he cannot hurt anyone, regardless of
provocation. Avoiding him will not solve
the problem. The only helpful advice you
gave was to talk to the school counselor
and his doctor. Hopefully "Bruised" will
seeg guidance before the brother does
something that cannot be undone.



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Dealer: South
Vulnerable: Neither

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S" 'UKC & NKC Registered Trednng Feht Puppies
S ,I months old w th 1ll shot,, t %hlit'o ithhrlak I &
brnrwtll spots. Will bet ylrn't |t-'. I'i .ny rmusi-,
JUST IN: R2D2 Robot: Coca Cola chalkboard; hold. (rtst WiuliltIl douj. irid i' t Ii iallirj
Oak table w/4 chairs; S0's 4 pc Coffee Svc; thlls r.rrii' tJ"r iItjlI I't I iirI)r NvTu,
Cookbooks. Markdowns throughout store. $300. Call J314-615414
Medford Antique Marketplace, F Rr.
3820 RCC, Dothan. 702-7390. M-Sat 9 to 5 ) FARMER'S MARKET

LOST A MERE soccer field gold religious netk-
lace. 850-209-5385. REWARD
l "/ Aplin

Beutiful Upscale Lounge i DodAl
Great location and price. Everything
Included: custom built bar, furniture, 4-keg
cooler and other equipment, big screen tv.
and more. Owner financing available.
Sedrous inqukes ony please.
Cal 334-313-627.

Woubd You Uke Your Own Bos?77
Local Transport Company for Sale based
In Dothan with 5 trucks and 1 car included.
Annual income $435k. 9 years in business.
Your rnw future for only S165KIl
Call 334-596-I179

Seasoned Oak & All Split
Tuch Load =9 stack S46 de wred
0 1 stac S41 a L/2 stac S21
Stack measures 4 ft. wd. t. high.

Wated: Old Cok God.
DOamoeds. GAas And Tools
West Main Jewelry & Loan 334-671 1440

Wants To Buy Dog Houses, new or slightly used
for animal rescue purposes. 850-394-7304

2 Male (1 neutered), 1 FM (spayed) Adult cats
for Adoption 334-712-2121
Free Cats to GOO home Neutered/Spayed.
shots current. Different Colors 850-4824896
FREE KITTENS: (2) very gentle, loves kids.
850-579-4986 after 4pm
Free kittens Multi-colored, multi-hair length
850-482- 5880/850-303-9727 after 3pm

AKC Labrador Retrievers Chocolate 2M IF. Yel.
low IM IF, Foxfire Red 1 M. Vet checked S/W
very healthy. Hunting Bloodline, Ready 11/5
$400, 334-693-2912
Bond FM Beagle Mixl yr old, Very Playful up
for adoption 334-7212-212
CKC Mali-Schnauzers
Black. Silver & Chocolate
($375- $475) Taking Deposits.
S/W, Groomed. Ready Nov 2nd
Call 334-889-9024
CKC ShRi-Tzu puppies Males and Females,
First Shots and Dewormed. Beautiful Mark-
Ings. Great with kids. $300.00. Call 334-24-
3447 or_after 5pm Call 334-898-7067.
FOUND: Female Rat Terrier near Bumpnose Rd.
FREE: adult dogs, M&F Beagles. Huskie-M mix
W/ blue eyes, 334-712-2121
FREE DOG: Very nice Red Setter type male
needs loving home. 850-592-4793
FREE Puppy: White English Bulldog mix, F, 850-
SLOST: 2 yr old F Wolf/Terrler mix. CR 167
& Nortec Blvd. 850-579-2854/557-2156
$50-$125 Yorkle Poos. Shlh-poos, Morkles,
Yorkle-pom also Yorkles $450 and up.
Maltese $500 Shorkles $250. 334-718-4886
Two Free Puppies to a good home, Cocker
Spaniel and Welsh Corgie mix, 334-691-80I1

kA\ .l)

You pick PEAS
sweet corn,

peppers, egg plant &
pumpins. 334-792-6362 I

Cherokee Sabts-n avaLabie at the tarm
152S Fakrrew d. Mutarla 854m57m -1.

OR 850-352-4423

Frsh Sheed PesM SevWal Varietie
2387 Mayo ad. ((rad lr dre)
1obby Hoewet (S58) 12-4156



Plenty of Shelled, Fresh Peas,
Tomatoes & other Vegetables
All Farm Fresh!
220 W. H 52Mahvem

HAY 6fxft. Argrntina. BEl ihl. Bermnuda. 1 16
rolls. $60. reach. 334 $05 3403 o r 334 .: 324;7
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Southeastern Pmiwr Sales Inc.
would like to invite you to our next sale
November th to be held at the Houston
CuuOnty 4rlllr Center. Tack begins at 1Oan)
aifnd horses to follow for more into go to
or cal Scott bert at 22H31-4454

QGO- I l uallly [(tIuLltlo for a
Neaw (-rt-t-r! Programs
Uf ) 1 lr d il H1althcare,
, ') HVAC aond Electrical Trades.
Call ortis College Today!
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Please contact Arn or
Ser'nI Elhigson at kS50) 263-7550
,r fat rOSum0 to (850) 263-76S5.

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Nji V Enrolling 6 isk. Child Care Director
i Couwse SS0. Must have 12mo. Child Care
h l [ Call Mrs. Alaina 334-691-7399.
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(850) 526-4407 TDD 1800-955-8771

1U IRA Apartmnt int town, S-450 per month.
No pti. W '.: W5 9000

MR I dA duplex A 2ZI 28A dupirx both in
Grand Ridge butth $425 mo $425 dep. 8650

k 2 block off US9 hi MarUima close to ever)-
tung. courthouse ,.nd stores. 00 sq. ft.. old
ton',W. i, th ctl e-s. SNe' vanrty in bath-
rrxom Cheap r'nl as grl;t. owner has no
'mrlrgage GL d '0 ri'- r'i" nr: > a.n ntec.

A' i.-'.t i oc 'r. L id M C ,. C nturn 21
Sunn) Scith Prct1ir., ~iS'i573-61 l9S
2 A bdroin to i available in Maranna
triea Blue Springs P.r I year lea.e, small
oki with deposil. Call s&0 t "1'50 iv msg.
21/1RSA C/ocrte boc* RRt"l iariatm....
Ttil fi oos.s waher hI u. pets ok. ,300 mo + $30
credit. bkriiord ick Add:itonal houses and'n nt31 nrf Gracie l r o S- .':63- 75. 3
2 ikci hoiW. s, i h I ,' Mione. lR 1 RA
S'7 S inr'o 4l1PR 1 '"iA $S'S5 t ',. o1th? require
$W i dcl'. l', !ra.r.. refrtri,- ce, SS ,1,,69-

Qoualts Homes., & Apartments
S850.- 4'026-3355 *
"Property Mana.ement Is Our ONLY Business"
.For Rent: 316 Red Bud
Cid-e In Dothan
This one-year-old Garn
Some has hard wood
foor, carpet In bed
rooms and ceramic the
wtth granite counter tops
in kchen. Doube garage, 9 foot ceilrng
ced In back yard and rrigat"on. On Grove
Par 84 West) 334-794-794. S1300 pr month
Large Country Home West of Afford 32 brick.
2 cnr ga.rag. 2 larog sheds. $S50 nm. 3,2 brick
in Alford. $650 rme lease. dep. &. i req.
850. S79-4317 S66-lIuc ;S
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Large house In a fal(nttic quiet nelIhbo hoiod
4 tiH ., i ta .lUH 1 It with n ah.ii'iintnl a l
Soutitldo buillihn) In a i n a d ha I v.ud $1 a,''0l
deposit & $40 applicatoll l teil' C' i l 114 tl l l 141
Lovely SIR IBA Houe C 'Ilrii, Iln (Iwn, ileal
h'lloil., nicl alil' qi t t ll i ilblho hol od. oilt
doo'l p lt Ok, 0. (i t lllr wllth tl+0 lho i>'llriillt 1 )0
411 L (M 1 t1

l'2 MH srilln t l f C'ittoilltulal i, watle I i hfll llsli
'ill, p'elnti al Heat All, $'100 i l'iW l0', I', .' 41 1)
109 4'1>t
12 1 biedgitor miobll* Hcumis III tn llii.ilr.
$t00 ant l a i| i 1 II1 1, uilhaun, e. wel li ldntil
little WWW.O' .I lllra i rr tlllllV IIvillUi. I Oill
8WO 2tt 4t4WiN.0 AtP49l
2 A IR IJA Mobile HNome In Cottondale l i
p)et%, rnltlal Heat & All $4010 $4',0) H'O .),H
594 leav e Inle',aue
21 A R MH's II
Marllnllllta S "iilrt'e d g. .0).'O' 85'15.+
1/2 I 5 Quiet, well naintainllt d Palk,
Water/ / 7.'w' law'ln liIh lided.
Other' rentals available s.taltilnlg A't, $'9
of Joiyce Riley RL '00 0 r82,11 4
3/2 MH on Mrlitts Mill Poll, anccei' to swimli
niiig & fishing g. Survy ino pet. I SW00i/mnio deIp
& referPencs, 850 38 t I ?'
Rent to Own: 2 &A 3Il Mobil Honmes.
Lot rent Included Also avallatllr,
I & 2BR Apts & Hoius ei. oI n detail
,*850 551 3432 Il HtS0 +14 obl'll
Saal QuiM e nmly Odented Parti 1 JA M H fr
IkMt Inclulde water. Unaliaur, lawn > ale, Nt, PN't 11Sl
592 a l2'i


388 ISA rclkk House fr Sale: HW floors. L,.
Din. Deln. porch. 2 carports, nfear River'side' 8SO





cr lum On M Do h ro aIM sq. It.
4 BR. J Batht Built in tOO s %1 A res
Slate and tile Martwitri (floors
Oranite ltnrgy efIclient
Formal OD Icar garage I stall baun
Trey ceiling in imaste
IS ft ceillhg in living area
Lennte Three ione system

ODiretlons Co'.lligu from Lt ltho take
Wesltate Parkway to Harriiilon RI. tin lel I o
114 then righl to C.o Rth 1. \go apI'po I foile
to Co Iht 101) rom Head.lit) take UlMin St i
eadrlanr Le ft on kay 114W i t Right in Co
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Cal 1334"-1773

%pollilu by Or(der of
U. 5. faInkruptcy (:Court
Mih dollar Dstrlct e fr (iors oun
SCh8apter s 1, CalNo. tivatio

S167 Acres Divided

This property sells by order of the
Bankruptcy Court at Absolute
Auction. no reserve.
High dollar buys..regardlss d of

pe85 Acres In Cultivatlor n
82 Acres in Pines & Hardlwoods
Offered as a Whole or Dlvldef
Sr 3 Tracts from 18 to 129 A(:rs

Auction held on site. 2 miles NE of
Arlington Johndon Hwy. 45.

Terms: Pay 20 20% 34own. 10', hyrr'"
premium. 2% broker's comrrnls'hln..
Inspection: Anytime at yotir lwnI
risk or Nov. 11. from noon 1111 ),tp..

For Detailed Information
QAL # 2034


U /I 4111 AgE

Duplex Office Building for sale Irl lowntol(wnl
Marianna. New roof, Located at 2912 ireern 51.
1140K will negotiate. Call 850 52(i 4448


,I, 2010 Polaris 4x4 500EFI.
Winch, top, wIntldhlirld.
Never In muwd. Only 11 hrs.
Parked ini carport. New
con$(. $11,000 new. Asking
$8,.500. 334 897-21870

Golf cart: 2004.1 ike now hatterie,, andr chargerr.
Fxr.ellpent shape. $,200. Call 114 611 0020.

10a.1' Itln Hound I -Peson Boat 11 I thiustl
Mii hKiIla i i llllm Motol, I I (l It HIunI hngi
I Ithit, I ivo Well with Arla.I l, I 1'' la llr, $850-
C'all 114 ti1+ 4,Ih l ,nId leave t en, si e.

S1 Outlclntll'10 Zlf. tle*ps
W'. 8, Q-i. bellFdi, ig.Il
wavt, '.tve, wall mounl t fill
lal .r 41 min' < I llopy), tow
hilt h& I liovel, $I','00OBO
6^^L^ 114 '.() 1'18h.

FLEETWOOD PROWLER '99 301t., I slide out,
il excellent shape $1t,)00 334-687-3334
PUMA '07-29tt,, ? slide ous, king bed, like
new $13,000 334-695-6359, 334-687-6157

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Located off I-1 KExIt 70 S8 S
3121 GOI Acrie O.
De Fulvnih Sp Fp. l 32431
Sales and Sv:vk*: IS3541-l-M
www.dlxter.comn 00 I2I7s

Tral Ute 2 0 R-VtSION
26 ft full loaded,
bought new. IJ mrles

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'It Pad Pea R T 4.1 4 lk. me nilrte,
factory brmthIe to b mriin P warrianty $14 50
IRM ))4 61B (4>5 _
1I0 V m l*** White sedan.' .'VO no m teI
Hie IInsid asil out. ior u ol tire. A liNt I' ,i
seats. .uilse. i.l'iwil iylit' nk' $ .1 i\t i I >4
b93) )392

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rlnwi sith IM rk nI y .ttg at .'thVi'' Hri>,i>
er, It 'tll man.liiag'' it gel .'rel 10 m iUg i'" tIN'
highway ari) rsirk\t' suull andu a 1V isitt
R~okfwod fostalte su .aJ L kept ioi u r' 3 yrearlF Th .in I '.

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'i l Deldge lllt C a> rer li' t4 e ,"u I', 0 1 nirs>
J4 lw, J'1J91
W1 Do*" R a m fI +r1,tw. 1w ."t m.let
Ii 4 121 0141
Ink W' L*elabe Ura l000 r) t all f1r aiplt
050 '55 014'5
cheowema '01 Ws erMde IL Cab 11t001 (hA
Q0- tnllerirlt Opren 9anm 9' m. I k 4'.0 O) v
iCbewlv t'w lr: redithlvirsolof.ey Iaf>.,
I a ,)<(J rvrinAi.'J11 ,No call r 14 'N 24.'
i~% C L ^t )"r t Ir PT T C \rusefr
4 ylir ler. Auts mital, .
4 Dtw. Cold air.
Sacellnt t courtillo+i. 563)00
Call 314 190 Q')

*C*evy99Mare ,SS,7ilwn
SFord 0 FSloX-'Cab $175 Downi
SDodge Drwangeo 599s town
a Ckhwv Uvwradoa $ I'Y), 1.ol1n

Ford '12 Taurus $5/5 )Own. 0% Interest.
Open 'am 9pmn, I (00 410 0650
Frrd '06< Sedan ',00
$200 down, $1119 per month.
Call: Ron (Ills at 334 114 0028,
Ford '09 Focus
4 door. $200 down. s$1t per month.
Call: iHon Illis at 334- 14 0021.
Ford '95 Mustang GT Convertlble- white with
lIatler Interlor. 200k mile runs great. needs
paint. $3.500. Firm Call 334 695 2340
I Owner
Ford '9 F-ISO X/Cab $7II5 owni. '0 i Interest.
Operln'ln m9prp, I H00 4100(-060
I lii undal '04 I.lant a (I s
ONI Y 6(0.000 Mile'.
4Cylinder. Automatic.
Economical, Good
Options. NFW TIRE S!
LIKE NEWI $6625.
Call: 334-790 1/59.
SHyulndai '06 Elantra GLS.
4 cyl, 4 )Door, Autonmati.
ONLY 36.000 milrs.
I loaded. I IKL NI W!$8100.
Call: 314 1,10 9,9.
IHynndal '11 Slloata
LOW Mill SI GIll A GAS Mil I AGI !
IMI I WARRANIYI $t)'0 rdowni. $ 1,0 lpe montlmh.
Call: Strve Hatcrhet at 114 ('1l 8243.
Jeep '05 Wrangler Rubicon Illhu k. I xci llrint
c(noidltloIn. oft tlop.I lOOk imll'le',. (ii Owi'.
$1 1.500. $/',0 Ii'lrw Kllv hIlii' Imiilk vahl ',
1.14 1(9 ')'i4 ,'
3 7 HKla'.)' (O llpt1 1a I X.
I I ad.rll, 4 c yl.. Autlo l.a lic .
4 4 ooirh NI W IHI 1 (I'rll.
(0,000,) 1 IIlih I x e llrlt.
C ll: 114 71 0 '' .

Lexus '07 LS 460 41K.
I alnlelilt nll i 'm, llr'lnt
Alicoltilmo 'I l tPa l lhir,
with lin ihitl rim. $4 I.I00.
Ca+,Ill 114 4101', 1111

Uncoln '91 Town Car. KluIr, well 1$',lIrl, r I ,
o ter. 114 H')') / I I I,
Mecury 93' Station Wagon: liuli blIl., I l4 i
cleanll, 120k mlllh. gioo l inillllii $1 $ ,')'l
Call 114 1' I )14)
Mercedes'08 C100 Sport I AIDI I, I oi~.ri,
'livt'n with lllH k I ralhii., .Kl mli (ill hiljh
Way) 100K ml I xtiiilnl Wilwirralnly 2/l.',00
OBtO. ll'ud *.ystrIil, '.llllmooitl I A( (ll inl .onli
tioln, Supllijrl t:hri, 114 .,11 /1'4 or i)4 I'M ',/14
Mercedes '97 S500 Roadster: r'd < oinverillr..
Wine le' thei'n IiIit Ilr,,rii,' l ll ,u., 4. llnilt milln
tion. Call 114 ,')I 91 J)H
Mercury'00 Grand Marquis; Vr / f l Whlat
With Il'athtir litirior. nmilli'jr 4. 100, ) ',,'1901
Call 334-11 -011',
Mercury 03' Grand Marquis LS "LIKE NEW"
Beige. fully loaded 46k rrill -..; ll r iv' iri.rlitl' &
out, b.rlj' .ltir iltr o49 r, llo / wli''33
Price to Sll1 $7,4" Call 314-57-16%6

I an et U Riding Today Rlpoi, blow
Credit, Past Bankruptcy OKI ) Down/r 1t
Payment, Tax. Ing Title Pth, PllI or Drag,
WM Trade anythinll Warranty On Evry
Vehcle Seldl SI2 Olf Card w/pu rchase

Ntih n *l0 IMI- I ,+- Milhr., .rait millitim .
S tlan(ck, li nj pIf l' 1!,100 )4 II /I / I j11
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PonticK 'I0 G aNmd Pri $i1/ D'I.ii, 0. Intrr..l
Opeln Bl %ill 'IKOpm, 1 MO 4/0 O,',
Pontiac '" Solktce convrlbtle S2K mkes,
s) Lv within I k Iat r iitln ii'r , t tllirans.
4 yl I iownie, .ntI It k'. & iiMndof s. n'w lire
I),,'-<.> hlul. b, k l $lMi,00 334-4115427?
Pontiac 5 1I. tIla k/blar k I,'alt
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Powttac Gand Pits; ,A su nroof
$19,91 lofn, t1 Intev'i Open 9anm 9p11.
1 W V 4?0 ,'s
S mu'u I" Ferexllste Ilr i lth black intl 4K
mlielr. all Ahrtei rinir,' rnet tire, girat ehiicl'
1I.Q30W 0UK 114 3 JI 11l.
VoIkswag4men LOS:
hard tolp CoHI.wrrlible A1th
pamr ro f., tllser iIth tan
leather intelror, fully
loadel)d luur i,) package
.A miler'. sitw ui e and en tealn. 1,3oo
Call J14 (As 1'o0

Black imef.iad, excellent condition. $7,500
00B, 2.9 31J 311?2
Meida ShT Ae I',0 l I Irii. m.'i blIac
' ith i.t' o<~f h frr ..W wa U all vag4 6 h.u.

trrm s.aitllr bas'.w, in-% ull
Sir'i.tlh ld runs great lust
seNtsi r 1, 1.00k rll
Mut we 1to arilr i at' e $.uX' IS5-*64S4
YAMAHA 9 110 Dirl Bike. excellent
conditKin, rarely used $1.400 or trade for 4
ifheeler 3U4-7-46

2 Chevlobrro Tahor .

ClWsrte'4 I ea N I .. I ,l d,
$r,''S thl~ 'n. L1) lnlt"lu ( Il'>trn 't i.Iii 'Ipni,

Cbewlet '2 Mater 171 l.,n Clil Inter".t
(Opet an '>1oi, I (t00 4-' I04
CIEV '13 SUURsAN 1500 L T LLoaded. 50K
miles, Good Condition, $13,000 1M-351-1373
Dedge 'V Dmarve $S5 Ion. It' Inllerer.
OI1 H *"'@ 1'H.), I iw0 4r0 IY.0X)
GUCt '0tYhto 1. o dd

114 7N4 17)16

C he 'et 'S veoad X'Cab $1275O, (In. 0d
Interest. Open am 'pnm, 1 800. 470 0650
Cbevret e SIveado XL Cab a t.. a .
$12)5 D(kwn. 0% Interest
Open 9iclm q1'Ip, 1 I00 470 0650
Chevy 2509 ?0;9 I 21inlrri, r'nillrme has knock
rtet of tril k in Ford 'l1 FISS $1 il. Oowin, 0 I' lternst
Opetln '.ninm ')11. I1 00 470 0<'0

Ford '01 F-M16 or Ford Ranger
11)', D.Do ( 01 l i() l tt '.r"l
I0|<,l 'M ln ')plrl, I 800o 4/0' 0If)

I FORD'89 F150, 4wh, 4x4
Auto, $4,600 or reasonable
offer. Call 229-334-8520.

TRACTOR 4)10 John 01u#r 10OOhp, V,'00. & 2010
JO 4',hp V4'00, 14 1s 14,I4

TRACTOR-IH1440 Combine, LOOK

Field Ready, Grain Head and Corn Head.


2003 Pontlac Montana Van $-'500, 49,000
Srrlilel, 'Alleritlrtl body, 4 brand new Good year
lltri'' front and r,'iar AC, cruler controll,
SO/rtadio, retllrrir white.. interior gray. Alaba-
m14 r',I iilll lllh' .1i f ir rrnior damar' (r. pliac.d
re'ar bimpsit| .irntid *ld door) RUN GHFAI.
I OOK'n G(1 AI. 'Prfetlc for bus.lrie' of family!
(114) 101 1l8h7 or (JJ41/96 6b19
Chevrolet '97 Astro Van
Scoriverion VIn
rroof, loadi'd, rn.w llr-'.
Oun' owner. GHI AT
<< oidlition. 52Kr ml $9.5,00
h114 H19 7?01'4 or
114 464 1496
Express Van
39,500 miles
w/over $2k
in storage
bins & ladder racks, $14,500 334-687-4686
PonUtiC "9 Montana V 6. One owner 145K
mi"lr-.. iirets h'arl gan. I20't, )0. OB)O CASH
S' riu inquiiiles only call 134-43-141

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(SW1 0)63 .964 Fas: (8W 263-3966
Offc* w Ie cdlotng efecKte Nov.. 3. 2011.
N'ou may arrange to pick up a copy of your re-
cords or request transfer of records by con-
tactmng our office prior to December 16. 2011.
Please allow us up to one week to meet your
request., as we will attempt to be as prompt as
possible. Records requested after December
16. 2011 will need to be accompanied by appro-
priate consent from you. They can be request-
ed by mailin o r fax to: Rudd Famil\ Health
Care Inc. 4360 Peanut Rd. Cottondale, Fl. 32431
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(3) shed Door*. Each measures 4 x 6. Bargain
dprie1Of $100 B B60-4B22635. MNarianna
Backpack Speaker Systemi For Ipod and
IWhon, NR9W In box. $RR,49. 3A-400m_
Bed Sets Mattress, Box springs, ralls, head/foot
boards. Made by Coastal Bedding Inc. Excellent
Condition $250, Cuttendale,.FL,320104.0__
Buffet Servern Real wood, on wheels. A Bargain
II only l7J,.P-482-2B10.Marlnna
Cake plate Christmas Fit and Floyd $15.
d59 2'0-QL4
Chrtmas Bowl: Large Fitz and Floyd $15.
Deski Light oak colored. Great buy at $15,
.50-402-2: 6 MArianna,.-.
Mauda CX-7 Splash Guard Set. S75.P/N
g21VY345Qf. Never used, Call 85I-4 2 19 '
Mierophose m rer 6 channel. New In box, $10
Pker Talke by Cardinal. New in box $35. 334.
Peel table ft. Excellent condition. $200.
SCuI -20I-0325 leave mlangess
Tnd * da-i off 2002 Frontier Quad Cab with
0t1 bed Q. aM-4WZ-2. Mrt nna.. .
TVi W3" Sharp w/Ploner surround sound.
Qrutl oaturtksnuind1 I, Call M-1i.Sl0157
Wardnabe CWhe. 2 available $90 each. 510482-
I tar OwOipus Caera, SP W00 UZ dIgital.
ew cnd 1I lfIRM m- 45M146 after 1
Usld.4.fv-we, $225
Wl" t -it t w Ir in M Oau s"0M3(a), N.
h le, h Pletee & 80p0 (5), 520 50.
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Ciliter bubble so (4) vvts e ftor all 5-
Cooidrt vred h a4end Weed Wad ag i e .o
PWe at s"aG Call cfrtle at M -.847
ealper hema lgood condition. $3/ea or
K riCTtfoe all wA -2H -T before mSm
Mkta btm Cthas (4) VIntage Mahogany, ex-
cetllnt condition $55 for all W0482-700M

End Tables (2) Rustic Pine, $25/ea or $40 for
bolh, 850-402B7100
End Table w/magazine holder white wicker,
25 Firm J80.482-6700
Five Wire Whel 15" Hubcaps, Cadillac em-
blem: 15.SlOOor 825 or hubcan, .0-5M .2593

Folding Tables (30) Heavy duty, 8x2.5'. good
noitidnoc $2$Zeach at $60 forl 6

FulMattress, on11y used three times, like now,

Golden Eagle Compound low 44"long, draw
40- 01b. 575 850-526-3474

Hanging Pot Rack w/12 hooks, antique Iron fin-
0 5$r ofl les0 21St soc.hsI 850-209-4 0

HeadBoard, Double, white wicker $25
Ladea Dres Clot"ee a1e1ise Drers ShMs.
S68-14,. /ea 850-849-6481 before gSm
Lead Crytal, 12 assorted pieces 40 850.592.
Uttle Tyte tep)2YVa $s15 sher we as-
khat Hee S10- M441-481 before Sam
Mattresses all sizes, good cond. $10/ea 850-
5494461 before Sam
OtoW ld Tae, wood w/marble Inlay,
17x20 $0 1.20 .:.
Old tsMllend push mwa noew. $75 00 50.
494481a before Sm
Pleas Csk w/low harp design back. vintage,
MS BS0-20s-4500
SelrtMr 1.8, used only twice $70 2)-272.
AMSa. WWII German Mauser, 9k mod. nmm,
350 0-2632701
Mie. WWII Russian mod.38 cartne. 7.62mm,
lieM lOailad ldTae w/3 claw feet. 24xt8 s$4

Agpesuals, Burgandy/Belge, coach 550,
o nsr iahc. eest eesevol so-2e45 o

state eless Ught Mobe. 20' circular, white
w/tdue floraL needs honeer $40 MS-2W-400

Tai= B-ad wh r.a. matrss pad good cond-
tion $40. call 859 482-310



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