Title: Jackson County Floridan
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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: June 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Volume ID: VID00018
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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A MEDIA GENERAL NEWSPAPER


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The program is. being held
at the National Guard Armory
in Marianna, with < 31
teenagers participating.
At About Face, in a tearil
with other participants,
Mobley is playing "the CEO
game" this week.
In it, participants broke up
into teams to form companies
selling flat-screen televisions.
They had a budget, and had
to figure out the best way to
spend their money for an array
of expenses, such as buying
component parts for their
product -adialising. facto-
See PROGRAM, Page 7AA


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Left, Lori Tucker hel Noah McArthur to cut up a kiwi during 4-H Kids
Culinary Camp We esday.
Bottom left, Joan Elmore helps a group of children prepare and stir the
various Ingredients for their salsa during 4-H Kids Culinary CamP
Wednesday. Thirty children are taking part in the event which teaches
them about healthy eating and how to prepare foods ranging from yogurt
arid frozen banana pops to hot chicken sandwiches and peanut butter
itas. The program will be wrapping up with tours of area restaurants and
tPhe Chipola College Culinary School Thursday.


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A'Dajah Swilley stics up a bowl of fruit salsa
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2nd term as

tax collector
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
I would like to take this opportuni-
ty to thank the residents of Jackson
County for the
pleasure of serv-
$n to fr Tt
past four years.
At this time I am
seeking re-elec-
tion to the office
of Jackson
county Tax
Collector.
I have always Sherry A.
stated that noth- Brown
ing takes the .
place of experience. I added up the
years of experience in our office and
it totals to one-hundred-ninety-seven
(197) years.
Our goal is to serve the public in a.
. professional, friendly and knowl-
edgeable manner. If there is a prob-
lem we will find an answer. This is
your office and I have an open door
policy and that will never change. We
are open for any suggestions that you
might have. In the past years I have
seen this office go from pen and pen-
cil to computers and the high tech-
nology that it is today.
We have kept up to date witli all
the changes in all three offices.
Florida Statutes are changing almost
daily with the state agencies that we
work with; Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles,
Department of Revenue, Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission and
Drivers Licenses. With all these state
agencies along with the -laws con-
stantly changing, my staff is com-
pletely trained to assist you.
I am the Tax Collector for all
Jackson County, not just Marianna.
With our present economic status,
our branch offices in Graceville and
Sneads are more vital than ever say-
ing resident's time and money. We
pull in revenue from the surrounding
counties which helps our county.
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"The new system is also intended to help
meet the state's employment needs," Craven
said. "Being able to further help the communi-
ty through education and preparing for employ-
ment are two of the main aspects in this desig-
nation."
Rough said the potential for the community
and Chipola is tremendous with this announce-
ment. Noting that the college was founded in
1947, Chipola's role has been to provide the
first two years of college and workforce pro-
grams for residents in a five-county district of
Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty and
-Washington counties. In 2002, Chipola and
Miami-Dade became the second and third
Florida community colleges authorized to offer
bachelor's degrees,
Chipola now offers a total of eightbachelor's
degrees. The latest degree was established in A Ch la Coll student to th
January this year applied science in business ipe ege s waves e
Management. crowd during the 2008 graduation ceremo-
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Chipola president Dr. Gene Prough will
attend the ceremony.
"This is an important day in the life of
Chipola College. As a state college,' we will be
able to expand our offerings to provide more
opportunities to the people in our district and
beyond," Prough said.
Chipola offers two-year degrees .and some
four-year diplomas, but the designation as a
state college will allow more flexibility and
speed in meeting the needs of the educational
needs of the community, said Bryan Craven,
director of public relationsat Chipola.
CTRVCfl IlOted that state colleges are estab-
lished in Senate Bill 1716, which creates the
new Florida College System consisting of insti-
tutions that grant two-year and four-year aca-
demic degrees. He also said the newly created
Florida College System can be described as
middle-tier system of higher education that is
expected to increase student access to bac-
calaureate degrees and respond to community
needs for postsecondary education.


ny. Chipoa is eing o icialy ecare a
state college. Floridan file photo


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN BTAFF WRITER -
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Na'Kista Mobley will be a
sophomore .next year at
.. Cottondale High School.
Thanks in large part to a
summer program called About
Face, Mobley says, she has the
skills it would take to manage
life in the adult world if she
were cast adrift to make it ork
her own at the tender age of
15.
With a loving, supportive
mother at home, Mobley
-- knows it's.a worst-case .sce-
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good feeling inside to know
that she' could balance a
checkbook and manage a
budget well enough to pay her
utilities, rent or a mortgage,
and buy food. She's also learn-
ing the basics of how to start
and build a successful busi-
ness.
Mobley has taken part in the
program for three summers,
and said it h'as been well worth
her time.
"It gets me ready for the
future," she said, "how to do
things when I get older. It's
.1xyn a very good experience
for me, it's made me more
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Chipola College reaches a milestone today
when Gov. Charlie Crist officially designates
the institution a state'college.
The signing ceremony will be today in the
Mattie Kelley Fine Arts Center at Okaloosa-
Walton Community College in Niceville. The
designation as a state college affects mne insti-
tutions, including Chipola.


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POLICE ROUNDUP
MARIANNA POLICE escorts, two road obstructions,
The Marianna Police one larceny complaint, two
Department listed the follow- noise complaints, one escort'
mg mcidents for June one prowler, one pub-
10, the latest available lic service call, one
report: One suspicious -- retail theft, one report
vehicle, one suspicious 2 r--- e- of shooting in the area,
person, one special one suspicious inci-
detail, one mentally ill IME dent, three threats,
person, one burglary of eight traffic stops, one
a vehicle, one distur- trespassing complaint,
bance, two burglar alarms, one unsecured building, one
two larceny complaints, two warrant arrest, and two reck-
civil disputes, one trespassing less drivers.
coniplaint, five animal com-
plaints, three assists of other JACKSON COUNTY '
agencies, six public service CORRECTIONAL FACLITY
calls, and three traffic stops. The following persons were
booked into the county jail
JACKSON COUNTY during the latest available
SHERIFF'S OFFICE reporting periods:
The Jackson County Danielle Mikell, 32, 6873
Sheriff's Office listed the fol- Shady Oak Lane, Grand
lowing mcidents for June 10, Ridge, neglect of child.
elatesitana leadbleverh Te JAIL POPULATION:211
five alarms, one assist of
another agency, one burglary, To report a crime, call
two child abuse complaints, CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
two civil disputes, two crimi- To report a wildlife viola-
nal registrations, one disabled tion, call 1-888-404-FWCC
vehicle, one disturbance, four (3922).



DO you ha ve 'Cute Kids" Q "
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E-mail your 'Cute Kids photos to
editorial@jcfloridan.coin, mail them to P.0, Box
520, Marianna, FL 32447 or bring them by our
offices at 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.
*12 years or under, with Jackson County ties. Include child's full
name, parents'name(s) and city of residence. This is a free
service. All entries subject to editing.



C 0 M hi UN ITY CALEN I) ARSUB M Is slo Ns
The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before
publication. Submit to: Community Calendar, Jackson County
Floridan, P. O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, e-mail editori-
al@jcfloridan.com, fax (850) 482-4478 or bring items to 4403
Constitution Lane in Marianna.


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Committee's finance meeting is at 6:30
p.m., in the Community.Room of the
Hudnall Building.
The Alford Community
.
Orgamzation, a non-profit organization,
meets the third Monday of each month,
at 6 p.m., at the Alford Community
Center, located at the Ball Park on Park
Avenue. New members welcome. Call
579-4482, 579-4871, 579-4310 or 579-
0199.
The Guardian ad LitemPrograms of
Chipley and Marianna are seeking
strong, stable adults to serve as
Volunteer Advocates for abused and
neglected children. The training is free,
and the volunteer hours are minimal.
Volunteer Advocate training in Chipley
starts today, and in Marianna on June
23. Call 747-5180.
The Malone Joy Club, Northeast
Jackson County Optimist Club and
Commissioner Milton Pittman will host
a fish fry at 6 p.m., for candidates for
Jackson County Sheriff and their fami-
lies.
Jackson County AARP Chapter
3486 meets at noon, in the United
Methodist Church Student Center,
Guest, speaker: Representative Marti
Coley. Bring a dessert, vegetable or
beverage to complement the fried
chicken that will be served.
. Jackson County Development
Council, Inc.'s monthly board of direc-
tors meeting is at 5 p.m., in the upstairs
conference room of the Nearing Court
Office Building, 2840 Jefferson St.,
Marianna.

June 17 -'llnesday
The March of Dimes "March for
Babies" team captain kick-off luncheon
is 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., at Jim's Buffet in
Marianna. Reservations shouki be
made by contacting Michelle Hewitt at
mhewitt@marchofdimes.com or 422-
3152.
The Jackson County School
Board's regular meeting is at 4 p.m., in
the JCSB office. Call 482-1200.

June 18 Wednesday
The Jackson Hospital Board of
Trustees' board meeting is at 5:30 p.m.,
in the Community Room of the Hudnall
Building.
New Golden Key Senior Citizen
Day is the third Wednesday of each
month, at 4080 Gillette Lane,
Marianna. Food, games and prizes from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.


The Jackson County School Board
meets at 4 p.m., for a board workshop,
in the JCSB office. Call 482-1200.
The Jackson County Library Board
will hold a workshop at the library, at 3
p.m., to develop a special projects time
line.
Graceville Animal Control's Rables
Clinic starts at 5 p.m., at the Graceville
.Fire Department, 986 Sixth Ave.,
Graceville. One-year and three-year
shots available.

June 13 Friday -
Better Breathers Club meets 2 to 3
p.m., in the Hudnall Medical Building
Community Roorn of Jackson Hospital,
4230 Hospital Dr., Marianna. Speaker
is Brigitta C. Nuccio, MPAS, PA-C,
Big Bend Area Health Educator, "A
Breath of Fresh Air." Light refresh-
ments served. No cost to attend. Call .
(850) 718-2849.
Jaine 14 Saturday
The Third Annual Northeast
Jackson bounty Optimist Club Boston.
Butt Sale will be at the corner of
Highway 2 and Highway 71. Pickup
time is 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; cost is $20.
Also barbeque sandwich, chips and
soda $5. Fundraiser for Craig R.
Earnest Memorial Scholarship, Call
209-0749.
The Bass-I)urden-Edenfield-Jeter
Family Reunion is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at
Sam Atkins Park, Blountstown. All
descendants welcome. Please bring one
or two large covered dishes, dessert of
choice and drinks of choice (no alcohol
allowed). Lunch will be served at 12
. p.m. Bring photos to share. Paper
plates, plastic'silverware, cups and nap-
kins will be provided. Call (850) 624-
5796, (850) 237-1298 or (850) 579-
4994.
"Art Share" at the Rtiss House, 9
a.m. to noon. The Artists Guild of
Northwest Florida monthly meeting.
Member artists will share one or two
pieces of their completed work or work
in progress. Non-members are wel-
come.
The Jackson County Farmers'
Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, from 6:30 a.m. until all
fresh produce is sold out. This state
certified farmers' market accepts the
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs
coupons.
June 16 Monday
The Jackson Hospital Finance


June 12 Thursday
The Jackson County Senior
Citizens will be taking applications for
the Jackson County Farmers' Market
Coupon Program June 5 and June 12,
from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Applications
4, can be completed on these dates at the
Jackson County Board of County
Commissioners Office on Madison
Street, across from the courthouse,
Marianna. To qualify, applicants must
live in Jackson County, be 60 years or
older and submit the following: Picture
ID (no family photos); all household
members' social security cards or proof
of number from Social Security Office
(no Medicare cards); and all household
members' proof of income (no bank
statements). Call Abbie Burdeshaw at
263-3401. -
Jackson County Development
Council, Inc.'s Business Plan
Development I workshop is from 9 a.m.
to 11:59 a.m., at the Nearing Court
Office Building, Upstairs Conference
Room, 2840 Jefferson St., Marianna.
Topics covered will be reasons for writ-
ing the business plan, its elements, and
your ideas for a business. Participants
will be given worksheets to begin
developing their own business plan for
the next workshop meeting. Cost is $15
per person, to be paid in advance.
Reservations required; registration
closes at 5 p.m., two days before each
class meets. Call Toni or Roy at 526-
4005.
*. The Panhandle Atea Alcohol and
Drug Abuse Prevention Coalition of the
Panhandle Area Health Network, Inc.
presents a Sheriff Candidates' Forum
from 6 to 8 p.m., in the Chipola College
Arts Center. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Each candidate for Jackson County
Sheriff has agreed to participate.
The Town of Grand Ridge will hold
a public hearing at 6 p.m., at the Grand
Ridge Town Hall, to discuss proposed
Ordinance 2008-02 Roadway Weight
Limits, Ordinance 2008-03 Parking on
City Right of Way and Ordinance
2008-04 Establish Rates & Fees. The
regular monthly council meeting will
inunediately follow the public hearing.
Copies of the proposed ordinances can
be inspected at the town hall. Call 592-
4621.
Chipola Nursing Pavilfon will
sponsor a free healthcare seminar for
Medicare recipients at the Jackson
County Senior Citizens Center in
Marianna, at 10:30 a.m. Call 526-
3191.


How To CONTACT Us:
Telephone: (850) 526-3614 Filx: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 520
Marianna, FL 32447-0520
Street Address: 4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32447
Office Hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CIRCULATION ,
Missed Delivery: Subscribers should receive their newspa-
per no later than 6 a.m. If you do not receive your newspa-
per, call the Floridan circulation department between 7 a.m.
and 5 p.m. weekdays, and 7 a.m. and 11a.m. Sunday.
Subscription Rates: Home delivery: one month $9.95; three
months, $29.85; six months $59.70; one year, $119.40. AII
prices include applicable state and local taxes. Mail sub-
scriptions are payable in advance. By mail, three months,
$38.70, six months, $77.40, one year, $154.80.


ADVERTISING .
The advertiser agrees that the publisher shall not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and advertisements beyond the
amount paid for the space actually occupied by that portion of
the advertisements 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 non-insertion of
any advertisement beyond the amount paid for such advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not knowmgly accept or publish
illegal material of any kind. Advertising which expresses
reference bned me.egally protected personal characteris-

LETTERS POLICY
The Jackson County Floridan welcomes the opinions of our
readers on any public issue. AII letters must bear the
writer's signature and be printed or typed with name, full
address and telephone number for verification purposes.
Only the writer's name and city will be published. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit or HDt publish any letter,


HOW TO QET YQUIR NEWS PUBLISHED
The Jackson County Floridan will publish news of general Inter- J AC KSON COUNTY
est free of charge. Submit your news or Community Calendar
events via e-mail, editorial@jcfloridan.com; fax, (850) 482-
4478; mail, Editorial Department, P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL
32446; or hand delivery, 4403 Constitution Lane, Marianna.
Fees may apply for wedding, engagement, anniversary and PUBLISHER / REGIONAL ADVERTISING
birth announcements. Forms are available at the Floridan SALES MANAGER...........................VALERIA ROBERTS
offices. Photographs must be of good quality and suItable for fronerts@]ctioridan.com
print. The Floridan reserves the rIDht to edit all submissions.
PUBLICATION DAYS MANAGING EDITOR.................d. Od ER
CIRCULATION MANAGER DENA OBERSKI
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The Jackson County Floridan strives to make sure content
in the newspaper is accurate and factual. When the Floridan
learns that it has made an error, it is our policy to correct the
mistake promptly. To report an error, please call the news-
room at 526-3614 Monday-Friday.


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BereaVement, Communication
Skills and Volunteer
Documentation.
To register, please call
Volunteer Services Manager
Donna Meldon at 482-8520,
or e-mail her at donna.mel-
don@covenanthospice.org.




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Green Beret veteran Buddy Bannerman ves a detailed
account of his service as a Green Beret wi% the U.S. Army
Special Forces, Ranger Airborne. Bannerman, chapter mem-
ber, was guest speaker at the June 5 meeting of the William
Dunaway Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution. The
green beret headgear was authorized for wear in 1961,
exclusively for the U.S. Special Forces by President John F.
Kennedy who designated it as "a symbol.of excellence, a
badge of coura e, a mark of distinction in the fight for free-
dom." Contr uted photo

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Recently, English I Honors and English II Honors classes at Sneads Hi9h School held a Holocaust exhibit of project boards
and survivor scrapbooks created by students as an end to their unit on tolerance, which included a trip to the UAM
Holocaust Remeberance program. The event was held in the main lobby of the school where students, teachers and
guests were allowed to look at the projects and ask questions of the students who created the works. The classes were
taught by Karen Hall and Rhianna Dowling, who both agree that the event was a success. Contributed photos


Department Associate in Enrollment Services Kathy
Rebberg was named the Chipola College Career
Employee of the Month for June. Rehberg has worked at
the college since 1977. Contributed photo


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announced an upcoming train-
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in becoming a hospice volun-
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attend the workshop set for
Thursday, June 26, from 8
a.m..until 4 p.m. It will be
held at Covenant Hospice, in
the upstairs volunteer room.
Lunch Avill be provided.
This training will introduce
the volunteer to the following:
Covenant Hospice Volunteer
Orientation, Clinical Care and
Comfort, Psychosocial/
Spiritual Care, Grief and


President Har Dunaway, left, presents the New Member
Certificate an Member Rosette to Dr. Perry Shedd, U.S.
Army, Retired, during the June 5 meeting of the William
Dunaway Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution.
Membership in the S.A.R. is open to any male family mem-
ber who documents their relationship to an American
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Administration has broadened
its list of tomatoes to avoid.
The FDA has advised con-
sumers not to eat raw Roma,
red plum and round tomatoes
or products containing the
tomatoes, which might carry
the strain of bactena that can
cause diarrhea, nausea and
abdominal pain. Tomatoes that
aren't on the FDA's list are
cherry, grape and tomatoes that
are sold with the vine still
attached. .
'We pulled tomatoes from
our U. S. restaurants on
Saturday of last week based on
the FDA's recommendations,
said Kevin Kane, public rela-
tions manager for Subway
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in S as 22,5000 actions
located in the Auburn/ Opelika
communities.
"We're hoping to get toma-
toes back in our restaurants
soon, but its a matter ofcoordi-
nating our efforts with the FDA
at this point," added Kane. .
As the FDA clears certain
regions as safe to receive toma-
toes, Subway will ship the pro-
dnu e to those ons accord
"There's no evidence that


points to any of the tomatoes
we use as being tainted, but in
a situation where you're deal-
ing with a food-borne illness,
you have to take it very seri-
ously," said Kane.
The situation with salmonel-
* la-tamted tomatoes in other
states is something local pro-
duce growers like Beverly
Aplin of Aphn Farms in
Slocomb has been monitoring
closely even though there isn't
any ban on locally grown
tomatoes sold retail or whole-
sale m the state. Aplin and
other local farmers sell their
produce at the Main Street
Farmers Market every Tuesday
from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. between
Eighth and Ninth streets in
do oewnisOpsep c nation that
tainted tomatoes responsible
for making some sick in other
states may have been imported.
"With our locally produce,
we can tell you exactly where
they came from, when they
were planted and when they
were picked," said Aplin.


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Restaurants across the coun-
try are pulling tomatoes from
their menus at least for the time
being. Alabama is not on the
list of states that have reported
any sickness associated with
consumption of Salmonella-
tainted tomatoes. Still, some
area restaurants are taking
steps to ensure no tainted pro-
duce reaches their customers.
Jersey Mike's Subs at
TigerTown pulled tomatoes
from its menu Tuesday at the
recommendation of the FDA
"Although no problems have
been found with our produce
we've decided not to use toma-
a ioour sandweic sgi oa
any other Salmonella-tainted
tomatoes on the market has
been pin-pointed," said Jo
Card, general manager for the
TigerTown store. "We'd rather
be safe than sorry when it
comes to the health of our cus-
tomers."
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A Woodbridge man was
sentenced to 30 months in fed-
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$2.7 million in government
property.
Robert J. Hill, 29, of 1735
Wigglesworth Way in
Woodbridge, pleaded guilty in
March at U.S. District Court
in Alexandrist to stealing mil-
lions of dollars worth of
Transportation Security
Administration co ters and
other equipment from a
General Services
Administration warehouse in
Spnngfield where he worked
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30 months m pnson, followed
by three years of supervised
release, officials from the U.S.
attorney's office for the
Eastern District of Virginia
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He was also ordered to pay


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According to court docu-
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computers, hard drives and
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equipment owned by the U.S.
Department of Homeland
Security, Transportation
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beginning in February 2007.
When a TSA official arrived
to do inventory at. the ware-
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complete an electronic entry form and make your payment.
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FLORIDAN STAFF REPORT

Washington County
authorities were on the
lookout for two men and a
. woman suspected of cutting
the lines of two air condi-
tioning units outside the
Oak Valley Opry in Vernon.
The three were traveling
in a dark blue Jeep which
didn't have a top and which




ness, Charles Gilley, said he
suspects the three were cut-
ting the lines so that they
could come back after dark
and steal them fpr the coop-
er they contained.
Gilley said he believes he
caught them in the act when
he pulled in to check on the
business on liis way back
from Chipley.
He said one of the men
Was outside the Jeep and
got in with the others
quickly when he drove up.
After the three pulled away,
Gilley said he started look-
ing around and discovered
that the lines to two of his
four air conditioning units
had been cut and that cool-
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Continued From Page 1A was a lifetime.resident and a
homemaker.
"Chipola has been provid- She was preceded in death
ing opportunities to the people by her husband, Isaac Green
of this area since 1947. I am so "Buster" Perkins Jr.; and one
proud that, 61 years later, we grandson, Donald Glenn
are still working to expand the Perkins.
opportunities for our stu- Survivors include one son,
dents," Prough said. Robert Glenn Perkins and
Craven also noted that one wife, Patsy of Grand Ridge;
of the key values of Chipola is three daughters, Bytha Lunell
that its service to the immedi- Neel and husband, Jim,
. ate region allows students*to Juanita Daniels and husband,
. remain in the area to maintain Mike of Marianna, and Alice
- employment and family con- Faye Edwards and husband,
sections while they gain a Jim of Sycamore; and the
degree. apples of .her eyes, her nine
"There were people who grandchildren, 17 great-grand-
were place-bound in that they children and one great-great-
couldn't pull up and move to a grandchild
1A university. By adding the four- The funeral service will be
my year degrees more people have at 10 a.m., Friday, June 13, at
ne the opportunity to advance. the Christian Covenant
his This is especially true for Church in Grand Ridge with
ful older students who are already the Revs. Mike Daniels, Larry
for established with jobs and fam- Carnley, Jason Daniels and
my ilies but need the programs Danny Sutton officiating.
nd offered at Chipola," Craven Burial will follow in Perkins
said. . Family Cemetery with James
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me a state college, the athletic Maddox Chapel directing.
ax program will remain two-year. The family will receive
the State colleges are also prohib- friends from 6 to 8 p.m.,
at- ited from using the term "uni- Thursday, June 12, at the
varsity" and from granting Christian Covenant Church in
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Three girls escaped from
DOVE Vocational Academy
for female juveniles near
Graceville early Wednesday
evening. Tracking dogs were
being dispatched in the search
for the runaways around 6:30
p.m. after a witness reported
seeing them run across a yard


On Country Lane. .
Country Lane is located off
Ezell Road, where the facility
is located. A witness also
reported shortly after the
escape that they were seen
running toward Highway 2.
No further information
about the incident was imme-
diately available.
According to the


Department of Juvenile
Justice Web site, DOVE is "a
50-bed moderate risk residen-
tial program for girls ages 15-
18 years who are in need of
vocational skills."
It offers four vocational
tracks, including the building
trades, commercial foods,
computer systems technology
and landscaping.


ries, and other costs associated with
doing business. '
On Wednesday, things weren't going
well for her "company." They were
dead last in the particular exercise.
They'd made $66,212 profit, compared
to the next-lowest earning team's total
of more than $200,000.
Mobley was trying to figure out
what went wrong, and apply her dis-
coveries to a new exercise the next day,
when the teams would be reshuffled
for a new business challenge.
T' Personal life skills, business and
basic computer skills make up the bulk


of the curriculum, which also includes
practice materials for high school com-
-petency tests in math and English.
The students who complete the ses-
sion will be recognized for their suc-
cess in a June 27 graduation ceremony
at noon. They'll also come away with a
little something in their wallets.
Because the program is structured
,much as if it were a real-world job, the
students are paid for coming and can
earn up to $300 to use as they please.
Being late or absent can result in pay
being reduced, and some offenses can
result in warnings, written reprimands


and even termination.
Income level is.a factor in qualifying
for the program, and most participants
are referred by the Department of
Children and Families. Students are
also chosen on a first-come first-served
basis if too many apply.
Instructors for About Face are a hus-
band-wife team, Sneads High School
teacher Travis Ephriam and Grand
Ridge School teacher Deleisha
Ephriam. The is managed on site by
Tracey Dudley.
Dudley said she's involved because
she thinks it gives students a big
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advantage as they move toward young
adulthood.
"It gives me an opportunity to assist
children, to help them be more suc-
cessful in our community," she said.
"They have to deal with some real-
world situations in here, and make
some decisions about how they'd han-
dle a particular crisis that they could
face when they get out there and start
living as adults. We try to give them
some realistic scenarios to test them-
selves in."
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The summer season for basketball
continued Tuesday night at
Marianna High School with four
teams seeing action on the court.
The lopsided outcome of the
games did not reflect the intensity
every team played with throughout
the game.
In game one, it was Marianna over
Cottondale 58-38. With the Hornets L-
down by as much.as 16 points in the .,,e
final minutes of the game, the team
continued to drive to the basket,
never givmg up.
Game two was a huge 62-28 vic-
tory for Malone over the young
Bonifay Blue Devils.
Game three pitted two Jackson
County teams against each other
with the Marianna Bulldogs holding
on to defeat the Malone Tigers 58-42
in the closest match of the night.
In the nightcap game, Cottondale
picked up the victory over Bomfay,
67-35.
Malone Coach Steve Welch
praised his team, "I thought in
Holmes County game we played
really well and got after them. We
put up some points and did well Players From Malone and* Holm
defensively and offensively. Theri Skinner/Floridan
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game and didn't play that well. They,
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together as a team and get the feel
for where everybody is and what
level we are all at. I've been pleased
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Summer league
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FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT


Alil anrastiaonoind

district action
BYSHELIAMADER
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AITshars aMair ealim nmt esAaA
night in district action*ln Vernon with
a 14-4 win over the Marianna
National AA Allstar squad.
The Nationals were coming off of
an 11-1 Saturday victory over Ponce
De Leon and a three-run loss to
Cottondale on Monday night.
The Americans had suffered a 15-
5 loss on Saturday to Holmes County
and drew a bye for Monday's games,
Leading the Marianna Americans
in offense on Saturday was Adin
Domen who was 2-for-2, followed by
Aryan Charles, Pender Johnson,
Hunter Mitchell, Lane Roberts,
Reece Dillard, Tristen Bozeman and
Jaedea Hardey who all had one hit
each.
On Tuesday night, the Americans
bats came alive. In the first inning
Pender Johnson singled and moved
to-third on a single by Adin Domen.
Reece Dillard singled to score
Johnson and Hunter Mitchell's single
scored two.
Lane Roberts singled home anoth-
er run before the inning ended on
back-to-back ground outs to the
mound.
The Nationals were retired in order
in their half of the inning.
The Americans added four runs in
the second.inning. Brolin VanHuss
singled and scored on .a single by
Bryce Martin.
Lane Roberts singled to scqre
Martin and crossed the plate on a sin-
gle by Pender Johnson. Adin Domen
and Reece Dillard followed with RBI
singles with Mitchell's single scoring
the final run pf the inning.
A double Iw..Initis hlorsemas the.
only offense in the second inning for
the Nationals.
The Americans plated three runs in
the third inning. Lane Roberts led

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Bozeman.
Bozeman crossed the plate on
Pender Johnson's third hit of the
game.
The Nationals got on the board in
the third inning with one run. Riley
Lipford led off with asingled- and
scored on a single by Andrew
Fender.
Reece Dillard led off the fourth
with a double moved to third on a
single by Hunter Mitchell. A single
by Aryan Charles scored Dillard.
The Nationals added three runs in
their half of the frame. With one out,
Dalton Smith singled and scored on a
double by Riley Torbett.
Torbett crossed the plate on a triple
by Deon'tre Rhynes. Rhynes scored
on a single by Travis Morse. The loss
eliminated the Nationals from district
competition. The win keeps the
Americans in the hunt for a district
championship. The Americans were
scheduled to face the same Holmes


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BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
When the Marianna High School
boys varsity soccer team takes the
field this season, they will be under
new leadership. .
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after Coach Rex Suggs directed the
team for five years. In naming Suggs
replacement, Principal Randy Ward
said of Waller, "Coach Waller vias
selected to head up the MHS boy's
soccer program based on his experi-
ence and success with the girl's pro-
gram during the 2007-2008 .season
and his desire to build on the suc-
cesses of former coach Rex Suggh.
Coach Waller has a passion for ,
soccer and will instill that passion in
his players. As a graduate of MHS,
he will represent his alma mater in
fine fashion."
Coach Waller is equally excited
about the possibilities for this season.
"Coach Suggs developed a great
program and I look forward to con-
tinuing the winning tradition," he
said. Waller has had his prospective
players for next season working hard
through the spring, readying them for
a long season hopefully leading to a
district championship and beyond.
The Bulldogs will be competing


throughout the suminer with other
panhandle teams to enhance their
skills and work on fundamentals
towards a successful 2008-2009 sea-
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68-375or85-65-.Can'tBeBeat! Boyadineiri AM/FM/CD. $12,500.
3965grea conitio. $2500334-790-7862
Pr d r 8 mi pe allo Scoter Ya ha 1 ,G Y an dt n ol~50 oo.Cn 33-714981. Ch~rr toro e Yu Nme i...
Ig~sideot,38,' 19d7,Kase, .sreet seat new pain ligts, 700 bo (01)30- Pwer rake, rus Clssifed Iait..
2BRGretcod., rea iclues elmt, 3,60 oo. all334 44- wlllow mily, eryChevy 1968 Camero.,ranceS
$1,0, d die, a e 774-9749. cen Gr tcod car,468 enegi rn s
9CPoRL Cl290816. 1Ilt3-T94Yamaha 002' Zuma2 Scot- Sloozaz~sgve soosfe b34-68 197 8
d ~~~~r. cond 600 22m g ne s o2 k dioC334 ma Her4r

33-70-33 3ft 2,00 ils.Yamaha '06 Motor Scoot- ac $ 0 o oh .3/ 54al34 Cdla eil 7,SSp gnel 6 50. p ala r( 7
7K gneatr,2 n-er. YJ 125 CC. Like new. on we,3kata4214 or334-596-0214
triesb ducted CH/A, ~~76 miles, W/S, helmet. Blk20 etrnw m. xeln odto.
adF ul nley leeerss $~~~2,500. 334-692-5741 T A SO TTO s o30e'.29347031 r
tains chairs, base-aLo:hadedl c~o'mes' wit aer 9'covribe##
ment model, great ~~~helmet & cover. Only 1 dilc 94Fetod Z2 nw creen.
shap, al manalsmile! $6,500. Call any Bam ivr 5km. 6,900. 334-632-1100.
service record s, ~~~~~time. 334-494-3344. $20 /sotrcar r i hv 9 a ao
$32000 85-72- arly 03 igh T ain chai lift, 85-2557 Cm er :Top for F-350 Ford, Bugnyle, da 5sd.
'95 unte 23. saier w 385 les thn 200 mies, Yamaa 203 YZ25,.2 dys;80-65-721,5-8 6 0 334347-415 r 33 Autmati 6-cl.2W .Loaed,
trilr,'0 Sp ona PulYafeX-rap stroke, pro circuit p806-7578 8cl4 D oebaeoe
28 Ik 080. xa- ust~~~~.Go k 4-ra~t26c~ondition. C d9pD le f arc 9 hv -r ~ ee.r Dvr~,
01 n.E 31-02- Yamaha 2005 Raptor 660,99PrceBxtr9k ,0t lecodmg w aiodu G w ..40 r d On
extras, ~low hours, Exeln cod$150 $40 00 33 74- $20.00o trd* Cl349506 341844.
$4000. 334-677-3738 ob347907630or346818. 3-9399





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$13,00 80 87-169 200 cu idsom pr moel- Anv8. B / h,70

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Pkmdl 1L sleeps 6 utm socs lei
57.500. Cl 334-23 7-0 9 4 Cal3467-62

30ft Hket HvaAb K os mrlt rve Tc,
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eo'du n,Il F 23d et, Otapot eXD ,ne supedw Ins ii *Hon rsWimac *La npe~nd Clearing Ic
3)94-04 $100 3472827 xaut a dle Bags, *Bre Wm*on ostuto
Cl eassifieds.. lea aessge Bak est, Lugg 1iCiftS O 4t 8F Rad-it

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ilr.l. C. 35', lv nrg rm, slide, Coolings, zL.T.
iP secry ;~0~6bd o~25d~c Harley Davidson '06 M ees od ls F
9 passe~ SeabeezeClassP A 9' creming EgleVROD, .~e a
fineror, good aonI~pditin new Red, 7K mi,warranty,
elc ac atcv-crpt&bath fitre 19,soo nego. Call 334- MMAnlemr C 0$gHome
er, hei~avy duty trailer. 64,900 mile.r $2,50 714-5940 f 83 % ,0
$8,00.34-83-941 850-547-3431 Harley-Davidson 2000 COrneerdiahssiena4Rpar y lg f 8X2-$250

205, Imaclat,. ""itr:a ? M ilitiB so Contractos, Inc. "MEau o 850-762-94 2 X %,0
Witme cccessories 346304 Lic# RM14016967 Of YOur Home" Over 30 Years Experiene!
94-9766/790-9422BO Har ey-Daty dsoh 2001 ~FOrC10nsplete~itc len tlsst Carpentry/Painting 850-832-5055 (Cell) New Fibergal ubs IstaldUp~ingr Sl
'os Triton 18 ft. Explorer excellent condition lw 0117011Istlatos ums FlerSat
w115 HP Mercury -I miles.334-693-05400 R11104 &, General Repairs Discount On Chemicals


334-790-1346. ,500 s0034-616-6508 Harliey eDavidson '99 Wide Custom Aluminum
06' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ cre BasTake r o e!teanutoa n Poducts IIIIg~En2ergy Evaluations, HAPPY HOME
Tem190 limited edi- Lexington 2006 29ft,3 Call (334 596-1694 Screen Enclosures, REPAIR &
tion, loaded, arage slides, full body p~aint 25CCS TO Upeiec Date,
.-rE.Troyh9eMd pI- ,9K ries likne7 yl's miot Painting, Tile, Atnk 25 ars Expulenc
327 o 85-65-365 Holiday Rambler '02 die- State Cert. SCC 131149770 .Rm vl d os BgO mlos
s~~~e~ s 'sher, 2bies arleht Daysidson '99 SP. D. i r ml ELOE*
adkofe tr9 cntr, Ni0e er cin ev f cs i 5-6-10 mre vc ikupvial Ol ,I
Wkn-Pa2006', 28ft, mi., Must Se $t68,5098500 2411 or 229-726-8603 levcru .56170 Emrec erc
Bme8ultoy hauler, OBO, (850) 638-7920 or Enlrni07 : Mtl ofn
si n yease s75 o-swn-uss chateaU Email:)Whynpyhmegirl01 wheoa m 24 tt orcina rso rt

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805-058 us iquiries only. 334- A "S n
Prowler '04 Sth Wheel, 25 2235'Honda 03' Goldwing, 2 Building MattCS.
ft. Must see! Nice unit. Ford 1991 Class C, rebuilt yerwarranty remain- * Presure Washing ~ I Cut-N-Edg Vcey
n tr 141,500. onad l2. $60 s, good IBna T CD,a achClfoesmts e Cntuti ,I.C
Cal 3474-21. cnaiinc.334-793-5248 manfi rexttras, ery goodeni O'Heals Doze <..... Lsls 8eO awn, service
Pi rimup -sid ms Fleetwood 2002 Discov- cn$15098122(0)0 85 Ie l Oit18 1001
florlan, new cond. ery 39ft, 2 slides, 330 HONDA~ '06ice VT 30ce nl ct 01 tadn e
veycen 13,750.Call HP diesel, very nice Cruiser, ch,700, miles ~Spryg J'agg Tim Us M
334-441-5580. $ 90,000334-618-84 7 bladckH e & ac DzradIsl o ic s ieSige.
0 ~ 34 In0610Lon s trders 5-6900-6 Excavation ~orick- eladero.

.2 id, 1o in mrs sie~ d Ia rt wihoocceapo*r Demolition (B IIe rP ity a /
eqimW0 i- ieo condition. Bacres /c aer Sh0ndoi Sa~nse DvServbc
ratmel c orlet nrt$oe.Truc~oC lug aed rc twib/nag.PndDgg Jack OfAllTrades DWAYNE'S
uss prc. 34-01- 33- 16 rd. $8700, 334-445- A~lil *Road Building pSecialize In Tile setting LAWN CARE

ontana 2ocan h hee, Dn snM A52 0c 1C0i) KAWnlS Irc FITC F OWll Spray I am .u'"
$ 4,500 080 850-547- c134 ,3 SO~) Please or(334)791-8549. New Construction & Since 1977 RS '*Edging gg
Montana 02' 5th wheel Damon '96 DayPbreak KA AdSnaol d teLx M eainOnuuotlCeain gr igg IggO *Hedg imng ERI
e rioun:t.ed ac.2 o rhso se.6 Gre t. $30 33-71 Satictio Guar nte .0 f$7|| 01 Light Yard PM I
hetrnw 00 nncond. Comes w/ 2-whl Over15YearsExperience Fir Clanu a8
generator w/inside re- cardolly.334-792-0619 Kawasaki 750 ATV, like
mot, $25k( 080, 850- Chnvrs tcmer dnteialo '

Jco21pop7,up: cmp- Home.huG at fofrscamp Kaak 0 Ma tekoraableHomed
ecoleticepssrdem, hat.$603-76254 Special~ Edition. Under Bit11 IYOuL .t e Southern
Ja o 8 7 7 3 h Aino ,r Le es, etrasC iorntu u.;( 0 5
wheeYl, 23C94-1R S3 SE~-l $12,r~ni~ eud 150. Call 334-zrd~~r Polr 90c '06, grenAdooeioeln
efo t t Ailero 3793 deisel t 165.Cl A D 1 85 -930
son 33 -71-49250o K33 792e 07tn d.( 3 4 5 9-44 reP g 0 C6 oN w mss o mril, t I P .2 / re em vl S rbsM ~

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waewfal 19,000 cond. $10.500 080. 334. $5500on. 3440-~,0237.a~ Ald~~ma
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whte, burgundy int. 1
owner, exc. cond. 129K
mi. $4,750. 334-886-
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600, Autes Iles : 600. Automobiles 600 Automobiles 603 Antique Autos..i 624 Pick-up Trucks $24: ck-sp3ucks 62 627 830 Iqif 900 Legals
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$1,900.334-692-4118 *, $4500.334-791-2609 Cond. $5500 50-594- Go .49 31sele $9950 TWo nF ns acNtonRipdr e


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Make offer. 334-447- extras$18,000.850-594- .. bidding please contact
9152. . 3282 Bryan at 850-674-5730 or
fax 850-674-4712.
Chr sler 05 SeDring, Pontiac '00 Grand Prix. Ford '68 F100 step side, .Chevy05'SilveradoCrew Cadillac '03 Escalade Hummer 07 113. 526.500. LFl4114
WE.Ie. ConvertIDie 4DR GT. AT, AC (every great shapblanew motor CabTruck.Loadedwith ESV, 1 owner. 92 K mi.. Rea. 8200 miles. Red INTHECIRCUITCOURT
b26kes0 a latl04kco K00 OBOck34M6ST ras$18,000,850-594- n gamarra ly re Binaromete thSer FORJACKS Nd0UNTY,
oopw Dst eCrin(w e 5 00 6 1 4o 35d8 -30 4-677-7748. 3772. Ch y 299vb ei td $19,000, (3307939193 L ger T3r 23n lock. Fora '86 E-150 8 passen- CIVILDIVISION
very clean, $9,600. Cas brakes, Power steer- Pontiac '01 Bonneville, cover ?ll m. 57250 ger cluD wag...n Wnile, CASE NO. 32007CA000718X-
334-494-3452. ing. CD, A/C, AM/FM, white, 6-cyl., CD. 115k 334 701 3453 Auto. 8-cyl. Power XXXXX

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kac n erberxteridr .,,7 co LT ocbon t 530 GMC 1998 Safari Van. Plaintiff,
am.s V6,great condition. REDUCED!!Chev 68 Cree. Cab. e.e. cent ViewPics@www. Chevrolet '01 Tanoe LT. 7pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear
-- MSMO call (334)692- ChevelleSS 3 t.4 Bed ecoer. 2: m... My-WebOnline.com 4x4, leather. 1 owner. ISUZU '00 R0DE0, Air, Very clean, Exc- vs.
9915 5 eed.Real(38Car. Sl9.51si.*0412371113 85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd BRONZE, Auto. 6-cyl., 2 cond.. 118K mi. $3,500.
BI VervgoodCond. Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71 seat. Exc. cond. WD. 77,000, Loaded, 334-677-7748/803-3058 JOHN R. SLAUGENHAUPT
mi.DavionaSunset Pontiac '06 GTO,,6.0, $16 00.334-355-2400 Bur andyw/ .beige $14,500.334-360-0774. new tires, Great cond., A/K/A JOHN R. SLAUGHEN-
Orang Everyava.I. 400HP 24,000 miles, 334-687-0176 leat er, 83k miles, r $6500,334-774-5405. Nissan '04 Quest. White, HAUPf;ETAL,

st no06. Lexus'00L-400B 5 8 6 on toe i hec C I ckto w ne. Jeeopod00goodrandunclierok ktyt, DVDe 5 Defendants.
334-393-45341or 46,500Kmi.Loaded, Of$ 6disc cd changer in 35 inch tires, with 20 10eBnO33NT14t es. $6000 Side Dooreatnd Redr NOTICEOFSALE
334-308-7852. newtiressunroof, dash, power seats, rear inch rams, leather, load. Door. Gr con PURSUANTTO
leather, $17,500 080 de Refer, trailer, 2 side air controls ed $6000 090. MUST Jeep '04 Liberty, auto, PRICED T 0 SE LL CHAPTER 45
334-714-1142. doors, roll sup back $ 1 6, 8 0 0 3 3 4 7 0 1 Ford 99' F350, XLT, good SELL! 334-430-3652* air, 68k miles, new $14,995.334-701-9099.
fr door, ulck start, used 8555/334-685-6233 cond., am/fm stereo tires, nice condition. Pontiac '01 Montana, NOTICE IS HEREBY GlVEN
for cooing produce, ex- c.d., power door locks/ $8550 or best offer. Call clean, ood condition pursuant to an order or
excellent condition, new Chevy 2004b 1500, 4x4, mirrors/seats. 7.3 turbo 334-488-1821. Ioade 7 passenger Summa Final Judgement
mao r $ 6S ci Nmeo tor f3 Ku la r$ 1 0 0 0 .on ebaesde e li 41 6 $ d 0 0 .5 Jeep 0 5 Rubicon o 3 3 5 8 1 4 2 9 9 f200r s ed d re dJ u
334-522-3756 call 334-726-0729 $18,50 V6, auto., AC, Case No.32007CA0007-

P.:.nr.nc2001GrandAM, 8,0 rnGto a Ok Ddug 05'C31500m adT Fo 7 0 XV3,S 34h69d6 o XF de suit
Red, 40R, AC, AC, C.D., w/flatbed $ 65' Hi Dies 69k miles, CD, bed liner, bed extender, US BANK, NATIONAL ASSO-
ice S7 s0T6 r L Se, SULVA47A toPea 200.134-R9e2 8141eant aan3 V 6 5 0 00.e8 -4201 676690007 334- CH7E1 4 1 0700TMq Je 1sbh w p AETI MIMSU TFS0ER
(8 )397-7146Cel cyl. 4 WD. 85,000 mi, PT '06 Crusier, 37,800k open 6/12/08. Call 850- FORD 06' F250 XLT, 4WD, DVD'S, NAV., BACK UP Inside, $6500, Ca (334) RIES 2006-BC4, is Plaintiff
LOADED, Great cond. mi. exc. cond. Blue. 594-6001 Dodge '04, 1500 Quad Diesel, White, 68K CAME-RA, LEATHER, 3 588-6445 and JOHN R. SLAUGEN-
$24,985,334-798-5271. $10,000.334-272-6389. cabExcellentcondition miles. $25,000. 080 SEATS, PD 51K,.SELL HAUPT A/K/A JOHN R.
Lexus '95 LS400, runs RACE CAR Dirt late nFg 131500 tru h46 g d Au $131 95d0 Call334-726-2632 3304R6 3 ,29910 FIRM, Call Pontiac'06MontanaSV6 N ENNHA NOUN1,
orkpti$2N5 0," me eln'05nc se hbau2 15 leesd dis" ba- 75690r334-432-0533 Fo r u latB 250,ruScuk Chevrolet '02 Trailblazer rS a 165 00 dKNAOWN WN A
(334) 792-4100 or 618- er. many extras. 334- 6/12/08. Call 850-T94' 4x4, ext. cab, V-10, 38" LT Ioaded, 4WD, 90K 334-899-7520or TIES CLAIMING INTERESTS
9101 355-0298. 6001 tires, 8" lift, 105k mi, miles, blue, reat cond., 334-701-8113 BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
- M5az 'OL4ee4r Cyl. TP k U3pK SGVWRrd FI Id 2 .0500 x9 000 3NR40597 5d34- *( 3 32415372-4822 I FE
Corvette 1995, White, mi.58500.334797-665 Hi-Raner 5F-48PBI lift. FordoI505upercrew '9 HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE,
Redleather,110Kmiles' Mazaa 04 918. 62.00(, All saes "as is" basis Larral4.X4white:,and Je@ 06 Wrangler Golden OR INTEREST IN THE
auto, ac, ed, new tires, miles Runs great Boria via Sealed bid open color. we can led her Eagle, Black, 6-spd 6- PR 0 PERTY HEREIN
no accidents, look- Cal-Dack e.naust. Take *, .-a-0 6/12/08. Call 850-594- 85mi. fully loadea, cyI. 26,000 ales. Sal & DESCRIBE D. are
s/runs/drives great. over pmts SISP owed 6001 beacover.S29.500 CD. Very clean. warren* Defendants, I will sell to
$9,650. 334-684-2006 850 551 6199 Dodge '06 Ram, Silver, 334-798 5725. ty. 516.501:1. 334 774 the highest and best
a..a-m Anderson trailer/car- Auto.6cyl.2WD.23k, :. 2116arter6PM. c .5' t bidder for cash at the
Mazda '88 323 SE sm. 4 00 /eq7udpment/ utility Power steer, CD, A/C, Ford 91 XLT. Runs Body Pontiac Montana SV6 'OS, North Door of the Jackson
d denn sbt n Sa nili niuira 98hr, Xy ra tphs,5Rdi oown t. d rRE d. Fld ddotP 4- .,. Placoe oured Blue, Van.L d.d CountytteC retheuMearia4n4N4a5
needs work. $600. 080 sMuUnSrTMSbEaTIO oBpELi on s ptr 7sgo .Rail $18k 334- 3141.Nocalisafter9PM Afev6 D1,W ke, PB www.dothaneagle.com Power 60 es, Power Fao da 32446 at Jackson
334-677-9020. $21.1500bo,334-522-3564 701-4315 Ford '04 XLT Super Cab, PS, CD A/C, AM/FM, Jee '06 Wrangler, 4.0L steering, CD, A/C, County, Florida, at 11:00

Mei a h,5 ISoLa 0 Toyota '05 Camry, 4 doord DELIVERY TRUCK. Diesel Dodge jrR K1500 win opkg.,5 d li n o $6500, 334- 6s jalACth ssountba me Mewsttr ,ole hw a.0m on t 3rd da5 of uly
7 OM334-68UllROE70 tahNngaeuto.,allsun oflike le e r .eT18 OBO.Call334-714-5940 $n,1000, Call (334) 794- Che 200 Blazer 4x4 LX, opts5 202p9 2 Omiles nt. v rydle 51.k e nib adro0predr sFi
Corvette '93 convertible N0 new, 17,300 mi, $15,900, 334-794-7644, 334-797- 99 mi., 4dr., auto, fully 17, 7758or850-209-0787. Judgementto-wit;
40th anniv. addition Call(334)389-3071 2497,334-797-1730. Ford '07 XLT 250 loaded all pwr, white. Jeep '99 Wrangler Sport, 4
ruby red. new tires & Supercab 4x4 Diesel. new tires, very clean. Liter six, 4 WD, new cloth BEGINNING AT THE NORTH-
banery record tune up 4 . Toyota '06 Prius. One Fry.glitliner 92' 60 series, gg Maroon and grey. 6,000 $5,900 080. 334-598- to 31x10.50R15LT, air, 4gig EAST CORNER OF THE W
516.5010 850 332-01:s65 or b - owner. e collent cond. Fuliar -transmission, Good mi. Gooseneck ball in 90680r477-3325 AM/FM/CD. $5,500. Call 1/2 OF THE NW 1/4 OF THE
Ir.uadr.uerebrael com 49mpg. 52K mass. pr.ce lor log truck or long haul. bed E = collent 33.5 464 0381.1 SE 1/4, RUNNING 360 FEET
522K.(334 81)] 7013 59000. 850-638-7290/850' cc.nation $28.000. Call ,,, :L LFlao88 SOUTH, THENCE 212 FEET
Corvelle Coupe 1981 5272229.. 334693-9220 JEED '94 Wrangler Socrt. WEST, THENCE 360 FEET
71K actual m.Its. I red. 33.0004 m. ec. Gulf Coast Utility Con- NORTH, THENCE 212 FEET
owner. 2 lops. an..r we Chic '06 18ft box truck, die- gue 06 Canyar. 5 of. 171\ ., cond. 514.000 334 616. tractors is requestin EAST TO THE POINT OF BE-
tras describEd When set. &Ut0 transmission m.. loaded. I.he new. ..: -7 0131 Sub-bids (f0m qualified GINNING IN SECTION 26,
called 334 393 2109 p miles. $23.500, Call .:res cats. 80.ng 515. 75 MBE/WBE subcontrac- TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
Mercedes. 5605L. 1989. '.1673-4852 080.Call)3-1 374576 Lana-Rover '99 Ran98 tors for Town of Grand RANGE12WEST.
Da ur. '74 Ndussan" Kund laborneaf TrDailer: t ilefD$2, 00 Ford Custom-built '85 GMC 07 2500 Duramat. RO SSKE I dNge WWTF construc- T4E ABOVE PARCEL BEING
restored. 5950 714 twautiful enslae A out. 334673-0477 lton towtruckload- Greecan. 8 st. Dea. Call 334)191-0768 MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
4241 recedinoin.ng $12.901. ed great cond. Loaded' $30,000. Call Chevy '01 Tahoe LT, ll6k Lexus '04 LX330 mins SUV If you are interested in SCRIBEDASFOLLOWS:
Dodge '91 Stea It h, Call 334-684-2006 TOYOTA '07 Corolla CE Volvo '97 dump truck W- $8,500, call 791-8695 334-714-0210. mea't, s atreodofs hd d 50K mi. sun-rf crystal bidding on this work ,or
7 8 8334-702- Mer8 ese.'96C 3S3Li7Lut 407 WhdteW d .Au 64xt;tria l b rn GM5C,00KDumm 3 0 Aat.pow%,' e$1 0 $2, 033418022101MPoG Se tondho I BENGDN PA1/P2"MRONS D
87310r797-5130. eeerinbrakCs P 02r.or3 -96 -76332-685- 3 -267767 9008 or 334- 080.678-350-8442. 334-701-6501. 50) 565 166 or Fax ARRNK GOFTH ENOW HTEAISd
MercedesBenz'98E-320 AM/FM, stereo, runs Chevy '06 Tahoe LT LF14109 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4
'"am"tdw tee I H w Un, arnia 21 PM(6 & ACC85S. 3 4 1 05 .0 I dTend K i.ess M sruobisShi f I EEC}4 U C EFCT 00NUT2H6EATSOTWNIS IPO
servicerecords. new. $14,000. Call 334- ..." ransseals.$3000 owner, Exc; Cond., cond., 85K mi" CIRCUITINANDFOR NORTH, RANGE 12 WEST,
$11,990.334-596-2077 687-3171. Mustang '83 convertible GMC "oo Sierra SLE $24,000,334-899-5903 6 96570 Call (334) JACKSON.COUNTY' DA K ENNCCEDU HDEFGLRO IS
Mercury 03' Grand Mar. for parts. $400. 334-88o- Extended CaD Gray. All Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT, 4x4, FLORIDA 57' 1? W, A DISTANCE OF
quis GS, 1 owner, like 7878. po wer Ex cellent black witan leather. 359.71 FEET TO A 1/2" IRON
FORD '02 TAURUS SES new inside/out, only & Vestil, new 6'X30' pr. Condition. 138It mi 145K, winch & brush CASENO.07-572-CA ROD AND CAP (PSM 3763);
elioea dd 6d t5i d k8 Ides, $9,500. 850- To 'o42keq ola,0 e p rse A lo'?, in nry 4 F 3d0.38.000 3 r 0 0836314-793- M CTIOMNO AGE COR- 1 DOqT EIR
080334-688-5156 BUYIT moon roof leather, 229-869-1008. ed. n Warranty miles, fully leaded. Dodge 01 Durango, Bur- ROD AND CAP (PSM 3763)
Ford '05 Mustan GT SELLIT DVD entmt system. 1001 m. PD 52K Lik,, navigation, rear view gundy, SUV. Auto. 8-cyl. Plaintiff, THENCE N01 DEGREES 56
t 9 FINDIT warranty. Great cond. non 534.900. Call camerailKgrayish, exc. 2 WD. 118000,Loaded, 13' EA DISTANCE OF 359.75
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2. Jeff Burton 2063 2. David Reutimann 2032
4: Carl Edwards 1856 14.Carl Edwards 2008
.Jimmie Johnson 1799 16. Mike Bliss 1899
.Jeff Gordon 1767 8. David Stremme 1789 .
0. Kevin Harvick 1690 10. JasonLeffler 1719
2. Tony Stewart 1614 12. Steve Wallace 1632
1.Ryan Newman 1604 14. Marcos Ambrose 1554
1.Martinl Truex Jr. 1558 16. Kevin Harvick 1494
18. Travis Kvapil 1464 18. Kenny Wallace 1371
0 Juan Montoya 1439 2e0. Kevin Lepage 1156


a Track:2-mileD-shapedoval
W Banking:18degrees, tums; 12degrees,
frontstretch; degrees, backstretch


H Rece: Meijer 300 (Kentucky Speedway
Sparta, Ky)
5 When: June 14, 8 p.m. EST
M Ontheair: ESPN2

Who's 1-lot: Kasey Kahne. He dominated the
Pocono 500, posting his third victory in the past
four Cup races, including the all-star race.

Who's Not: Sam Homish Jr. Even in a season
with few bright spots, Sunday stood out.
Hornish had three wrecks two just 11 laps
apart and was knocked out of the race with
701aps to go.

FOr the Record
"I am about to fall over, and just
knowing l'm not the only one makes
me feel a little bit better."
Brian Vickers after the Pocono500
commenting on the day's
hot and humid conditions.


_


BUSCH


BCWYER


the Coca-Cola 600 two weeks ago, Kurt
Buseh had led only 10 laps all year.
Kyle Buseh, meanwhile, has been the toast
of NASCAR in his fourth season at NASCAR's
top level. He scored his fourth Sprint Cup
victory last week at Dover, and this weekend
he became the first driver to compete in
NASCAR's three national series on the same
"He's got everything going for him," Kurt
Busch said. "Just the maturity he has in the
race car, the comfort level. And that race
team is on top of their
game. You can't deny
that they're building
the thing the
right way. But
he's driving
the wheels off
of the car,
too." *
Already
one of the
most fromi-,
nent brother
tandems in
NASCAR .
history, the
Busch broth-
ers have simi-
lar starts to
their careers.
Kyle has posted
eight victories and
39 top-five finishes
in his first
. 127


Cup races. Kurt had nine victories and 25
top-fives in his first 127 races.
Little brother has had a huge advantage this
year. He's driving for Joe Gibbs Racing, which
in its first season with Toyota engines and -
engineering support has been ahead of the
learning curve with NASCAR's next-generation
race car. .
Kurt is in his third season with Penske
Racing, which has struggled mightily with
the new car.
"The front end of our cars won't turn like we
need for them to be competitive," he said. "At
Daytona, we had the right setup for the night
portion of that race, and everything played out
perfectly. Beyond that, we haven't been able to
crack a solid finish."
Kyle hasn't been able to offer any help. He
says his team's "secrets" lie with crew chief
Steve Addington and lead engineer Chris
Gavie, and he couldn't share them even if he
knew what they were.
He does feel for his older brother.
"With the full-time [new car], they are just
struggling," Kyle said. "They haven't figured
it out, and I'd say it's not necessarily their
driver. I'd say it's got a lot to do with the
team and the engineers and stuff."
The Buseh brothers have been close
through the years, although they did have a
high-profile falling out after they wrecked
each other in the 2007 all-star race. They
barely spoke until Christmas dinner seven .
months later.
Kurt said the brothers haven't spoken much
this year, noting that Kyle has been busy tra-
versing the country while running the Sprint
Cup and Nationwide Series full-time and the
Craftsman Truck Series part-time.
"It seems like he's been a bit distant
with all the projects he's got going
on, and just being [23] years old and
having the world in the palm of
your hand," Kurt said.
Kyle figures it won't be long
before his brother rebounds.
"Kurt is a champion, and I
know he's a great driver, and
for him to be struggling, it's
kind of sad to say, but that's
what's happening right.now,"
he said.


Lif8LOck 400
A Where: Michigan Intemational Speedway
. (Brooklyn, Mich.)
5 When: June15,12:30 p.m. EST
a hkair:mT
5 Distance:'900 laps, 400 miles
M Trdckqualifying record: Not Available -
5 Trackracerecord:Dale Jarrett,173.997,
1999
5 2007winner:Carl Edwards
Michigan International Speedway
Tum4


Tony Fabrizio is a staff
writer for The Tampa
Tribune in Florida.





LapbyLap photo by Drew Hallowell/
Getty images
Former Sprint Cup champion
2 r eas
an average finish of 20.9
this year, the lowest since
his rookie season in 2001.
Meanwhile, little brother
Kyle leads this season's
I Sprint Cup standings,


NASCAR Notes
KilBud bee e 'sdns
pete
three national divisions on the
same weekend at different sites,
but his triple didn't measure up to
the standard he has setthisyear.
After starting with a second-
place finish in the Craftsman
Truck Series race at Texas, Busch
wound up 20th in the
NationWide Series race at
Nashville and last at Pocono.
He started from the back of
the field.Sunday because he
crashed in practice, and while
moving up through the field, he
plowed into Jamie McMuRay
and caused both to crash.
Joe Gibbs Racing repaired his
car, arid BGch rhirned to the
race 87 laps down. But he spun .
out with 92 laps remaining
Ye broke e mirror tryl 4 to
adjust i before the race, and)
could t see arlything out over ,
my right-rear quarter-panel,
Busch said of why he hit
McMurray. "The spotter didn't
say anything. I apologized to
McMurray for wrecking their
day."
Busch has 10 victories in the
three series, including four in
Sprint Cup, and he still leads the
Sprint Cup standings.


oach increases ratings,.broadens appeal
are clear. The average ratings for all 13" "This is the next big thing. Virtually everyone
NASCAR-on-Fox telecasts: in this country carries a mobile device. And we
5 Los Angeles: 2.7 (vs. a 2.1 in 2007), a gain are among the leaders in mobile-web usage.
of 29 percent; "When we look at the usage, we look at the
5 Chicago: 3.9 (vs. 3.1), up 26 percent; layers of usage of our content: on television,
5 Washington: 5.6 (vs. 4.9), up 14 percent; on PC-based Internet, and on mobile-web
5 Detroit: 5.5 (vs. 4.9), up 12 percent; Inter'net and this increases our reach
5 Denver: 4.7 (vs. 3.7), up 26 percent; rather dramatically."
5 Pittsburgh: 5.9 (vs. 4.3),.up 37 percent. In turri, that broadens the cultural awareness
And what do the Fox numbers 094 iggif we of a particular sport, such as NASCAR.
take the Daytona 500 out( --- he. "We think it's 'back to basics,' Bulgrin said
L.A. this season is averaginfa-2 (tolask of the uptick in ratings. "We're on pace, with
year's 1.9); Pittsburgh a 5.4 (to last yeafsit.0); the Nationwide series, to have a record year,
Chicago a 3.7 (to last year's 2.8); Washingtod a for a cable network, with our 1.9 for the eight
5.3 (to last year's 4.4); Denver a 4.3 (to last telecasts so far. That's up 19 percent.
year's 3.5); and Detroit a 5.1 (to last year's 4.5). "We're on pace to set a new record for the
Even $4-a-gallon gas and $200-a- night series," Bulgrin said. "The league flas.made a
hotel rooms can't get all the e r that point o getting back.toits roots this year, and
boost. There is homage race's it seents*like it' .wdrking*.Men 25-54 are up 14
back-to-basics common y-fan.. .peroerffThe $..'54 are-up 25 percent.
aggravAting rules changes)}hd Swaps "And we are seeing similar growth in 'per-
the past few years, Frand; AR't OEO, sons,' vithichaeans the female demographic is
vowed to take a lower growing as wpl(;,persons 25-54'up 10 percent,
But there appe at work her and (sons 34,Sp 17 perceilt. ..;L.
'- Artie Bulgrin, t research retty'ainTzitz when you think about it
said that this year es .. bruary through June, NASCAR is the
as some major techno. anges :21%p'ort. It beists easily moie than dou-
reshaping how the nfe'8ia cover sports bles the NBA regular season, and actually
ABC-ESPN is quitepleased with its beats the NBA playoffs. We averaged a 5.7 for
promoted multi-platforth approach to NASCAR, and ABC's playoffs were a 3.7, and
NASCAR saturation to boost viewers, the regular season was a 2.2.
with 17 platforms, from ESPN.com to "NASCAR is 'the' sport in the first qustrter."
ESPN-Deportes.
Now, Bulgrin.said, this season it's all abput Mike Mulhern has covered NASCARfor 35
"mobile." years at the Winston-Salem Journal in North
"We're very bullish on mobile," Bulgrin said. Carolina.


.Back-to-basics appr
The Fox network guys finally began their
break from NASCAR recently, after posting
some solid ratings for the first half of the
Sprint Cup season.
They've handed off to the TinseWarner-TNT
erew for the summer stretch,.beginning with
the Pocono 500.
Fox, ESPN and Speed, carrying the Sprint
Cup, Nationwide and
Truck series, respee-
tively, are all reporting
'8 jump in TV ratings
this season.
Billy Wanger, the
head of research and
programming for Fox
Sports, pointed proudly -
to NASCAR's TV gains '
in big markets. *
"We've seen sortIe
. really hefty gains in,
. some major markets this MM pd
- year, in the Rust Belt,
.the Midwest, the West > Laphylap
-Coast and the East," he -
said. "Ffrst, Pittsburgh. Up quite a bit, 35 per-
cent. Chicago was up substantially, 32 percent.
Washington, D.C., was up quite a bit, 20 percent.
Los Angeles, up 37 percent. And Denver, up 23
percent.
"The sport in general is definitely coming
back, after a couple of years of decline. It start-
ed when Brian France, just before Daytona,
said 'We're going to get back to our roots and
our core fans.' "
hi absolute numbers these big-market gains


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Kurt Busch is becorning the forgotten brother


By Tony Fabrizio




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