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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: July 10, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: 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: VID00038
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Stolen car recovered


Police investigate a wave of car burglaries and one vehicle theft discovered early Wednesday. Kate McCardell
Kern / Floridan ,

MPD investigate wave of vehicle burglaries


BY KATE McCARDELL KERN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Several vehicle burglaries and two
vehicle thefts in the last two days
have the Marianna Police


Department urging residents to be on
the lookout.
*Wednesday morning Marianna
Police officers could be found on
Russ and Wilton streets, 'responding
to five reports of burglarized vehi-


cles and one report of a stolen 2007
Toyota Camry, according to a news
release from MPD. :
Two of the burglaries involved per-
See RECOVERED, Page 5A 1


A closer look at toll road proposition


BY LANCE GRIFFIN
LGRIFFIN@DOTHANEAGLE.COM
While a committee of interested persons in
Jackson County, Fla., discuss the pros and cons
of a proposed toll road, the road's organizers
find themselves in a Catch 22.
One Florida county, Washington, has already
said too many unanswered questions led the
county commission to vote against entering
into an agreement with Focus 2000, a group of
people who hope to facilitate the construction
of a limited access road from the Wiregrass to
Interstate 10, and eventually from Montgomery
to the Florida Gulf Coast.


Where is it going, exactly ? How much Will it
cost? What are the estimated traffic'counts?T
How many interchanges will there be? What is
the environmental impact? How many existing
roads will have to be closed? How much will
the toll be? Will eminent domain be used?
Now, Jackson County people are asking the
same questions.
Focus 2000 officials say they want to provide
those answers to the panhandle county, but say
they need the agreement of all the counties that
the road could pass through in order to con-
vince investors that funding a feasibility study
for the road is a wise investment.
"The resolutions we are seeking (from the


county comnmissions'i simply give the ability to
put together a proposal for the commissions to
consider," said Luther Stiange, a Birmingham
attorney representing Focus 2000. "So there is
no binding requirement on the county to accept
the toll road at all."
The wordy resolution itself may have been a
cause for confusion. Although. commissions in
-Houston, Dale and Geneva counties have
already passed the resolution, it is not clearly
defined that the resolution is not the final
approval for the project.
But Focus 2000 member Steve Shaw said the
group is trying to be'straightforward in the mat-
ter.


Shaw said he did not know how much a fea-
sibilitl stud\ would cost, but similar feasibility
studies have cost millions.
"The reality is, nobody is going to invest that
much money unless they have a signed resolu-
tion (from the commissions)," Shaw said.
Shaw said the feasibility study'will answer
many questions. Some questions, however,
may not be able to wait for the study.
Who is Focus 2000?
Focus 2000 is a group of residents who hope
to facilitate a public-private partnership to
See TOLL, Page 5A


Locals attend river trip summit
Fy DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


Several Jackson County res-
idents took part in a three-day
river trip this week which was
arranged especially for two
top commanders with the
Corps of Engineers.
It was a combination of
water trips and discussions on
land along the way.
Corps Gen. Joseph
Schroedel and Col. Byron
Jorns were taken all over the
lower Apalachicola-
Chattahoochee-Flint river sys-
tem basin.
They started with a boat
ride Monday in the
Apalachicola River and Bay,
and the event culminated in a
discussion session Wednesday
near the Flint River in
Bainbridge, Ga.
The trip was co-sponsored
by the Apalachicola
Riverkeeper and Tri-Rivers
Waterway Development
Association.- They are two key
stakeholders in the ACF river
system, which courses
through Florida, Alabama and
Georgia. Many issues are in
play as stakeholders in all
three states struggle to find the
right balance in sharing the
resource.
Homer Hirt of Sneads,
Greenwood. resident Chad
Taylor .and Jackson County
Commissioner Jeremy Branch


all took part in one or more of
the discussions and/or water
trips.
Taylor, who helped coordi-
nate the trip, said it was a mul-
tipurpose event, and after it
was finished said he was
encouraged.
"To me, while this was for
the Corps colonel and general,
is also brought stakeholders
together, all six riparian coun-
ties were represented, all three
states, and I think we did as
well as we could do in creat-
ing, fostering and enhancing
dialog about the issues on the
ACF," Taylor said.
"You have legal issues, you
have science and policy, and
then you have what I consider
the third rail the people who
live on the river, the stakehold-
ers in the basin, working to
See TRIP, Page 5A >


Officials brainstorm

on economic benefit

of river basin
BY MATT ELOFSON
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
BAINBRIDGE, Ga. A barge traveling up the
Chattahoochee River could reduce the transportation cost
of valuable industrial cargo.
Barge traffic on the river would also reduce the number
of trucks traveling across Wiregrass highways by about 58
per barge, said Homer Hirt Jr. of the Lake Seminole
Association, '.out of Sneads, Fla. Hirt was one of nearly
two dozen people who gath-
ered in Bainbridge, Ga., on
Wednesday morning to dis-
cuss the economic impor-
tance of the Apalachicola-
Chatiahoochee-Flint River
system.
The ACF Riler system
runs. about 280 miles from
the Gul f Mexico to
Columbus, Ga., with an
additional 28 miles up the
Flint River to Bainbnridge.
Ga.
SIt's the abilitN to bnn2 in
thine that can*t be brought
in any other %a\." said
S Thomas Moorer, who works
with Southern Nuclear
Operating Company. He
gave a presentation on the
ACF rier basin '% which
included a brief historic and
,I41. e. See RIVER, Page 5A N


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THURSDAY


Marianna



man arrested


Traffic stop nets 2,000

ecstasy pills near Eufaula:
B) GREG PHILLIPS
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."'A 21- ear-old Florida man %%as caught attempting to.transport 2.000.
ecstasy pills into Dothan on Wednesday. according to Barbour County'
Chief Deputy Eddie Ingrain.
Barbour County Sheriff',o officers arrested Joshua Godwin Parish of,:
'Marianna at 11:11 a.m. WednedaN matter a routine traffic stop.9n U.S.
4;" 4.31 near Eufaula. led to the disco\ ern of the pills.
:',':Aecording to Ingram. the street \alue of the ecstasy is estimated at
' $50,000.
"Some of it was going to Dothan. and some of it. was going to L
Panama City,"' Ingram said. -"This is quite a bit of ecstasy on any high-.'
way. This is something ,ou see running between Birmingham and;,
,Atlan[a, not Dothan and Atlanta. It's a substantial amount of ecstasy."
D. Deputies stopped Parish's 2002 Honda Accord for a routine traffic
o1atittn, but.became suspicious % hen he -'contradicted himself."
1.ejust couldn't get his storn together." Ingram said. "We.told him
.weisinelled marijuana in the car. he said. 'Yeah. I've got marijuana, let
me.getit for you.' We told him he "wasn't getting anything."
firgram Aidmost of the pills were covered in clothing inside-duffel
bgg'iinthe back of the car. .
accordingg to Ingram, the arrest %%as particularly troubling because.of
*the cug's'fatalqualites.
i'Bcstasy.is one of the leading causes of death in the timted.States
Among young people," Ingram said. "All these young people think it's.';'
a'feel-good drug. but in fact. it's a killer of youths across the nation
right'now. It,'s nothing more than a derivative of methamphetamine,'.'
which.is what makes it so dangerous. Usually the users of ecstasy will,..!
graduate to full-blown i meth i. It's a serious drug. it's fiothing kids need '
See ARRESTED, Page 5A >
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POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for July 8,
the latest available report:
One traffic accident,


hang-ups, and two. fraud
complaints.


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one stolen vehicle, -.---..---
one reckless driver, .-- 1.
one suspicious per- I
son, one highway, CRIME
obstruction, two bur-
glaries of vehicles,
three disturbances, two Maria
panic alarms, three, vandal- days.
ism complaints, one fight in K
progress, one noise com- Wible
plaint, two animal com- Ala.,
plaints, one assist of another. -
agency, three public service 9573
calls, two patrol requests, Gordc
seven traffic stops, one dis- state p
abled vehicle, one 911 hang- L
up. Mathi
worth
JACKSON COUNTY L
SHERIFF'S OFFICE 281 R
The Jackson County Cottoi
Sheriff's Office listed the license(
following incidents for July Li
8, the latest available report: Railrc
Four abandoned vehicles, 32 hold f
alarms, three assaults, two Fr
.burglaries, one child abuse Carter
complaint, one criminal mis- Maria
chief complaint, two distur- Bi
bances, three larceny com- Holly
plaints, one missing person, Cottor
five patrol requests, one dwelli
prowler complaint, two pub-
lic service calls, one sex JAI
offense, two stolen vehicles,
two suspicious incidents, To.
two traffic accidents, eight Crime
traffic stops, five transports, To r
one trespassing complaint, tion,
five warrant arrests, two 911 (3922


LCKSON COUNTY
ECTIONAL FACILITY
following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the
latest available
,reporting periods:
James Love, 38,
4906 Circle Bar Lane,
nna, sentenced to 60

Cenneth Kroft, 46, 815
edon Drive, Dothan,
worthless check.
Michael McGriff, 42,
East Co. Road,
on, Ala., violation of
probationn (arson).
,arry Booth, 49, 1272
is Drive, Sneads,
less check.
ibrado Hernandez, 29,
Rockhill Church Road,
dale, no valid driver's
e.
.sa Pumphrey, 42, 2677
>ad, Ave., Cottondale,
or Jefferson Co.
reddie Harris, 48, 3070
rs Mill Road,
nna, battery.
uckie Barnes, 18, 2552
Timber Road,
ndale, burglary .of a
ing, grand theft.

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report a crime, call
Stoppers at 526-5000.
report a wildlife viola-
call 1-888-404-FWCC
).


Do you have 'Cute Kids'?

E-mail your 'Cute Kids" photos to editorial@jcfloridan.com,
mail them to P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447 or bring
them by our offices at 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.



Getting It Rightl

The Jackson County Floridan strives to make suie 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.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


July 10 Thursday
The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board's Outreach /
Economic Development Committee
meets at 5:15 p.m., in the community
room of the Marianna One-Stop. The
board's general meeting follows at 6
p.m. Call 382-5164. .
Alcoholi's Anonymous .meets
each Thursday for a "closed discus-
sion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Use rear' church
entrance. Attendance is limited to per-
sons with a desire to stop drinking.
The ,Jackson County Citizen
Corps' Damage Assessment Training
- a course that provides a basic format
for conducting preliminary damage
assessments is from 8 a.m. to 12
p.m., at Jackson County Emergency
Operations Center, 4447 Marion St.,
Marianna. Call Renee Scurlock 718-
0008.
The William Dunaway Chapter,
Florida Society, Sons of the American
Revolution meets at Jim's Buffet and
Grill in Marianna; a Dutch treat meal
begins at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Perry Shedd
will present "The Life of Samuel
Adams." Call 850-6664.
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
taking blood donations at Parthenon
in Blountstown, from 11 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Call 526-4403. ,
The Town of Grand Ridge will
have a public hearing at 6 p.m., at tfhe
Grand Ridge Town Hall, to discuss
proposed ordinance No. 2008-05
Cross Connection Control. Following
the hearing, the' town council con-
venes for its July meeting. Call 592-
4621.

July 11 Friday
The first annual All Pollocks
Family Reunion is July 11-13, in
Marianna. For forms, fees, locations,
etc., call 557-8229, 592-4222 or 569-
2152.
On Saturday, July 26, the National
MS Society will present "The Future
of MS Research," from 10 a.m. to 12
p.m., at Jackson Hospital. The dead-
line to register is July 11. Register by


calling the MS Society at 1-800-344-
4867 or James Poston at 526-5873.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an
open meeting each Friday, 8 to 9 p.m.,
at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Use
rear church entrance.
Better Breathers helping meet
the challenges of chronic lung disease
- meets from 2 to 3 p.m., Hudnall
Medical Building Community Room,
4230 Hospital Dr., Marianna. Guest
speaker is Misty Wilson, CRT, pre-
senting "Hurricane Preparedness for
the COPD Patient." No cost to attend;
light refreshments served. Call 718-
2849.
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile, unit will be
taking blood donations at the Wal-
Mart Supercenter in Marianna, from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 526-4403.
The Panhandle Area Drug &
Alcohol Abuse Prevention (PAN-.
DAAP) Coalition meets at the Gazebo
Restaurant in Marianna, at 11:30 a.m.
Lunch is Dutch treat. Those interested
in substance abuse prevention in
Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty
and Washington counties are wel-
come. Call 482-9088.
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce First Friday Power
Breakfast and Speaker Series moves
to the second Friday for July, and will
be from 7 to 8:45 a.m., in the Jackson
County Agriculture Conference
Center, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Marianna. Breakfast and networking
begin at 7 a.m.; the program begins at
7:45 a.m. FSU Professor of
Entrepreneurship Dr. Jerry
Osteryoung will discuss "Surviving
and Thriving in a Recessionary
Environment."

July 12 Saturday
An estate auction to benefit the
Chipola Historical Trust will be at
2929 Madison Street in Marianna.
Preview begins at 8 a.m., with auction
to start at 9 a.m. Items for auction
include furniture, rugs, lamps and
knick-knacks. Ten percent buyer's
premium added to sale price. To
donate items of value, call 482-5276.


Marianna Area' Youth Football
Coach Rob Armstrong and staff will
host a football clinic from 9 a.m. to 12
p.m., for registered participants with
MAYFA. Those not registered can
sign up from 8 to 9 a.m. This clinic is
free with registration. Call 209-5778.
Jackson Citizen Corps CERT
Council and Jackson County
Emergency Management Agency's
free Basic CERT training will be
offered July 12 and July 19, from 8:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day, at the
Jackson County Emergency
Operations Center. The free training
aims to help citizens with hurricane
preparation and readiness, and pro-
mote a partnering effort between.
emergency services and the people
they serve. Pre-registration by 4 p.m.,
July 9, is required. Call (850) 272-
7383; e-mail
Office_Management@ emergency-
manager.org.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an
open meeting each Saturday, 7 to 8
p.m., at the Round Lake Baptist
Church Parsonage (house beside
church), Route 231, south of Alford.
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.
Games and food at the Progressive
12 Annual Picnic, at Citizens Lodge
on Caverns Road, starting at 11 a.m.
Art History presented by The
Artists Guild of Northwest Florida, 9
a.m. to noon, at the Russ House in
Marianna. Learn about Vincent Van
Gogh and Paul Gauguin. Try your
hand at painting like the old masters.
Cost: Members, $3; non-members,
$5. Monies collected will offset the
cost of'painting supplies. Call 557-
0655.
The.Safety Fair is from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m., at the Wal-Mart Supercenter in
Marianna. WMBB's Jerry Tabatt and
Justin Kiefer will be on hand to talk
about hurricane preparedness, give
out new tracking charts and answer
questions.


The submission deadline for this calendar is two days before publication. Submit to: Community Calenda,; Jackson County Floridan, P 0.
Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447, e-mail editorial@jcfloridan.com, fax (850) 482-4478 or bring items to 4403 Constitution Lane in Marianna.


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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 knowingly accept or publish
illegal material of any kind. Advertising which expresses
preference based on legally protected personal characteris-
tics is not acceptable.
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readers on any public issue. All letters must bear the
writer's signature and be printed. or typed with name, full
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Only the writer's name and city will be published. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit or not publish any letter.


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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.
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birth announcements. Forms are available at the Floridan
offices. Photographs must be of good quality and suitable for
print. The Floridan reserves the right to edit all submissions.
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Tuesday through Friday and Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
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Entrepreneurship

professor returns

to 'First Friday'


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce
First Friday Power
Breakfast and Speaker
Series moves
to the second
Friday for this
month, July
11, and will
be from 7 to
8:45 a.m., in
the Jackson
County
Agriculture
Conference
Center, 2741
Pennsylvania
A ve ,
Marianna.
Breakfast Osteryoung
and network-
ing begin at 7
a.m., and the program
begins at 7:45 a.m. David
H. Melvin Engineering, Inc.
will sponsor the event.
This month's speaker will
be Florida State University
Professor of
Entrepreneurship Dr. Jerry
Osteryoung, who will dis-
cuss "Strategies for
Surviving and Thriving in a
R e c e s s i o n a r y
Environment."
Dr. Osteryoung,


Executive Director of the
Jim Moran Institute for
Global Entrepreneurship at
FSU, and known throughout
the region as the "Guru of
Entrepreneurship," has been
an annual fea-
ture of the
First Friday
Speakers
Series for sev-
eral years.
T h e
Chamber
expects his
topic to be a
y great follow-
up message to
the economic
perspectives
offered by Dr.
Malcolm
Gillis at the
May First
Friday Breakfast, with prac-
tical tips and techniques..
Dr. Osteryoung has writ-
ten eight books,-and his
weekly column on entrepre-
neurship appears in the
Jackson County Floridan,
Tallahassee Democrat and
other newspapers. He can
be seen weekly on
Comcast's "Your Business,
Your Community," oh chan-
nel 21, Tuesday and
Thursday, at 6 p.m.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

LaDray Gilbert, a native of
Malone, recently completed
the requirements for the
Doctorate of Jurisprudence
at the FAMU College of Law
in Orlando.
The graduation ceremony
took place in Tallahassee, on
April 27, a'nd he was hooded
with his doctorate, on May
17, in Orlando. He is the son
of Johnnie Lee and Carnell
Gilbert; and the godson of
Ulysses and the late Glenda
Dudley.
While 'at the FAMU
College of Law, Gilbert was
active in several extracurric-
ular activities and received
numerous awards. During
his first year, Gilbert was a
mentor and tutor to his class-
mates on campus.
- As a second-year law
school student, Gilbert
served the Student Bar
Association (SBA) as the
Career Services Chairperson.
At the end of the year,
Gilbert organized the schools
first-ever Career Fair with
several firms from around
the state of Florida partici-
pating.
During his third year of
law school, Gilbert was
appointed by SBA President
Chmari
Anderson
to the
position of
S B AA
Attorney
General.


Gilbert also served as Justice
of the Gwendolyn S. Cherry
Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta.
He also created Exemplary
Leadership and Service
Awards after his mentors,
Tallahassee attorneys Daryl
D. Parks and Benjamin L.
Crump, respectively. The
awards will be given out
each year at the Annual
Barrister's Ball.
In addition, Gilbert served
as the Chairperson of the
FAMU College of Law
Scholarship Center at Jones
High School Committee.
Gilbert,; along with. other
FAMU Law students, went
over to the high school daily
and assisted the students
with registering for college
entrance exams; apply to col-
*lege, and research scholar-
ships and grants. Each.
month, a student was chosen
as Student of the Month, pre-
sented a plaque at a major
sporting event, and featured
in the Orlando Times. At the
end of the school year, the
Students of the Month were
honored at a banquet at the
law school.
For his work and service,
Gilbert received several
awards and honors from var-
ious entities in the Orlando
community. He was awarded
the Frederick S. Humphries
Student Leadership Award
by the SBA. Also, he was
honored at Jones High's
National. Honor Society
Induction as the founder of
the FAMU College of Law
Scholarship Center. FAMU
College of Law was honored
as the Orange County
Schools Partnership in
Education of the Year for
Jones High for the 2007-
2008 academic year for
the program Gilbert
created.
Upon receiving his
professional license,
Gilbert plans to
open a firm with
several class-
mates.


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which is scheduled for
Saturday, Aug. 30.
Accompanying events will
include the RiverFest
Beauty Pageant on Friday,
Aug. 29, beginning at 6
p.m.; and the RiverFest
Parade, which will begin at
10 a.m., Saturday, in down-
town Sneads.
RiverFest will take place
at Sneads Park, on Lake
. Seminole. Doors open at 11
a.m., and cost is $2 per per-
son over the age of 6.
Transportation will be pro-
vided from Adam Tucker
Park to Sneads Park the day
of the event. Food, arts and
crafts, entertainment, canoe
races, and much more will
all be part of RiverFest.
Vendor registrations are
available from any
RiverFest Committee mem-
ber. Booth fees vary accord-
ing to vendor type; electrici-
ty is available for a nominal
fee. To register as a food
vendor,. please contact


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crafts or general vending
companies contact Greg
Lewis at (850) 593-5600;
and non-profit organizations
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euthanize 80 sick dogs strengthens to Cat. 2


OCALA- Marion County
Animal Center has closed
after an outbreak of diseases
contaminated the facility.
They expect to euthanize
about 80 dogs.
Christy Jergens, animal pro-
gram coordinator, said
Wednesday the shelter, has
recently received a large num-
ber of strays and unvaccinated
animals which may have
caused the diseases, which
include distemper and parve.
Many of the diseases are
incurable. Because the illness-
es are airborne, they could
travel from the quarantine
wing of the center to the adop-
tion wing.
Jergens says they plan .to
disinfect the entire facility.
Animal redemptions, adop-
tions and drop-offs have been
temporarily stopped.

Fla. police chief's
wife held in shooting
FORT LAUDERDALE -
The wife of Fort Lauderdale's
police chief is behind bars
after' allegedly firing a gun
during a fight with her hus-
band;
Plantation police say 45-
year-old Eleanor Adderley
was arrested Wednesday
morning after her husband,
Chief Frank Adderley, called
officers to report a domestic
dispute. Police say Chief
Adderley was not injured.
Chief 'Adderley said in a
statement that he supports his
wife and will help her "get
whatever assistance she
needs."
Eleanor Adderley was
charged with aggravated,
assault with a deadly weapon
and shooting a missile into a
dwelling. She is being held
without bail at the Broward
County Jail.
Her attorney, Robert
Buschel, issued a statement
calling the incident "a private
family matter" and urging
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It's unknown if or when the
hurricane will make landfall.
Forecasters have been urging
people on the island-to moni-
tor the storm's progress.
As of about 5 p.m. EDT
Wednesday, the center of the
storm was about 560. miles
northeast of the northern
Leeward Islands and about
660 miles southeast of
Bermuda.
Maximum sustained winds
are about 105 mph with some
higher gusting. National
Hurricane Center forecasters
expect' the storm to re-
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and could again become a*
major hurricane.
The Atlantic season's first
hurricane is traveling west-
northwest at about 12 mph.


Judge rules former
Penn. congressman
McDade unfit for trial
FORT MYERS A judge
has ruled that a former
Pennsylvania congressman is'
mentally incompetent to stand
trial for allegedly masturbat-
ing 'in public at a southwest


Florida beach resort last year.
Prosecutor Cedric Hall on:
Monday agreed with the find-
ings of doctors who examined
former U.S. Rep. Joseph
McDade and declared him
unfit for trial.
McDade, a Republican who
represented a northeastern
Pennsylvania district from
1963 to 1999, was charged
with fondling his genitals by a
pool hotel in January 2007.
McDade's attorney, Sal
Cognetti, said the 76-year-old
has Parkinson's disease and
was taking medication at the
time that rendered him unable
to remember the incident.
State. attorney's .office
spokeswoman' Samantha
Syoen said McDade's compe-
tency will be addressed at a
hearing in November. "


Key West's famed
pink taxis going
green with hybrids
KEY WEST Key West's
hot-pink taxis are going
"green". Five Sixes Taxi
showed off 10 environmental-
ly friendly hybrid vehicles
Wednesday as the first step to
convert its entire fleet.
Company officials project
the new fuel-efficient vehicles,
that are still painted pink, will
get about 38 miles per gallon
in the city, versus their previ-
ous vehicles' 12 to 13 miles
per gallon performance.:
Company's president Jan
Doelman says going hybrid
"will reduce our emissions
factor by 80 percent."
The company plans to
replace its other 13 sedans
with hybrids by March 2009.


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City seeks grant to send utilities underground
BY KATE McCARDELL KERN Commission John Roberts. would give businesses more leeway in approval, be a 13 unit single family attach
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER The downtown revitalization proj- special signage. townhouse lot subdivision, accord


A cleaner look may be in store for
the area behind the Jackson County
Courthouse if the City of Marianna
acquires a Community Development
Block Grant that it invested in at the
Wednesday Marianna Commission
meeting.
The commission voted unanimous-
ly to pay $38,000 to David Melvin
Engineering to develop plans to move
the overhead utilities on Jackson
Street underground, as well as 'resur-
face part of the road.
The money, which would not be
refurbished in the grant, would most
likely come out of the city's CRA.
"We gotta start somewhere," said


ect, said city manager Jim Dean,
would focus on areas east and south of
the courthouse, including a portion of
Jackson Street and on Madison Street
toward the Jackson County
Emergency Operations Center.
The actual chance of getting the
CDBG for the project is 50 to 60 per-
cent.
According to David Melvin, once
the city makes an investment in the
project, the more likely the chance is
of getting the grant.

Sign ordinance may be amended
Other parts of Marianna may be
seeing more signage with the approval
to draft an ordinance amendment that


According to Dean, one recom-
mended adoption is to allow A-frame
signs at a size of 3V2 feet by 2 feet on
sidewalks, as long as the signs don't
impede with walking traffic.
The other amendment would be to
allow businesses to display for special
sale events five days at a time, one
time per quarter, after obtaining the
proper permit.
Once the ordinance is drafted, the
city would review it at another com-
mission meeting and vote whether or
not to advertise the proposed ordi-
nance.
If the ordinance is approved for
advertisement, it would eventually
come back to the commission for final


Board okays concrete batch plant
development order
Another item on the agenda was a
major development order for Griffin
Sand & Concrete Company. With
unanimous approval from the com-
mission, construction will begin for
the concrete batch plant on the south
side of Auction Drive.
While construction is able to begin
at the concrete plant, the preliminary
plats were just approved for a series
of townhomes on a parcel of land of
Kelson Avenue.

City to consider new townhouse
plats
College Pointe Townhomes would


led
ng


to a commission agenda memo.
The two-story duplex-style town-
homes would be sold between
$130,000 to $160,000.
A proposed homeowners associa-
tion would maintain all roadways,
utilities, a swimming pool, storm
water facility and other infrastructure,
said the memo.
The location of the subdivision
would be just west of SunTrust Bank
off Kelson Avenue.

(See more on the Marianna City
Commission meeting online Thursday
and in Friday's print edition of the
Floridan.)


Recovered
Continued From Page 1A
sonal vehicles belonging to
Marianna Fire Chief Byron
Bennett.
Another vehicle burglary
included the theft of a probation
officer's badge.
"That bumps it up to a felony
right there," said MPD Chief
Hayes Baggett.
According to Baggett, the
stolen Toyota Camry was
recovered at about 10:30 a.m.,
in the parking lot of a Marianna
motel.
Baggett said its keys had been
left inside the vehicle, which
may have facilitated the theft.
A vehicle that was stolen the
day. before also had its keys
inside prior to the theft.The
1998 Dodge Ram was stolen
from a yard on Miltonia Avenue
Tuesday. Another car at that
residence had been burglarized.
The Dodge was found later
that day abandoned off Ellaville
Road near Campbellton, about a
half-mile from where another
vehicle was stolen. The white
Chevroley S-10 was still miss-
ing as of late Wednesday after-
noon.
"We just want to make every-
body aware about leaving stuff
in their vehicles. Make sure
your vehicles are locked and try
not to leave valuables within
view," said Baggett.
According to the news release
the incidents appear to be taking
place after midnight and in the
early morning hours.
The release advised residents
to "pay attention to anyone
walking in your neighborhood."
Anyone with information
related to these incidents may
call CrimeStoppers at 526-5000
or the Marianna Police
Department at 526-3125.


Arrested
Continued From Page 1A
to play or experiment with."
Parish is being held at the
Barbour County Jail without
bond under charges of traffick-
ing a controlled substance and
second-degree possession of
marijuana.
Ingram said the case will be
turned over to the Drug
Enforcement Administration on
Thursday morning.
Ingram said it is "very possi-
ble" Parish's possession of mar-
ijuana charge will be upgraded
to a felony as well.


Free CERT training
to promote hurricane
season readiness.

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

The Hurricane Season is here,
and to assist' the community in
preparation and readiness, the
Jackson Citizen Corps CERT
Council, in cooperation with the
Jackson County Emergency
Management Agency, will be
offering free Basic CERT train-
ing July 12 and July 19, at the
Jackson County Emergency
Operations Center.
This Department of
Homeland. Security training
promotes a partnering effort
between emergency services
and the people they serve. The
goal is to train members of
neighborhoods, community
organizations and workplaces in
basic skills; assisting families
and neighborhoods with prepa-
ration, response and recovery
from disasters in a. neighbor-
helping-neighbor spirit.
Once training is completed,
CERT members may opt to be
integrated into the Emergency
Manager's Response capability
for their area.
The CERT Basic Training
Course is scheduled for the fol-
lowin)g dates and times:
Saturday, July 12 8:30
a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Saturday, July 19 8:30
a.m. 4:30 p.m.
J The training will be at the
Jackson County Emergency
Operations Building and is free
of charge.
Pre-registration is required,
and the deadline to register is 4
p.m., Wednesday, July 9.
For more information, call
Bill Carlo at (850) 272-7383, or
e m a i 1
T Office_Management@emer-
gencymanager.org.


Toll'


finance the construction of a limited
access toll road connecting the
Wiregrass to 1-10, and further south.
Shaw 'declined to say how many mem-
bers the group had, but did say that
potential big money investors in the
project wished to remain anonymous,
until it appears the project has the green
light.
"Obviously there has to be big peo-
ple behind it," Shaw said. "Me, I'm just
a local chamber of commerce guy."

Why a public/private partnership?
Local, state and federal elected offi-
cials have been unsuccessful in secur-
ing government funds for a spur from
the Wiregrass to Interstate 10 for the
past 20 years. Trends indicate federal
dollars for roads will be harder, not eas-


TriD


make sure the: lawmakers and policy
makers do the right things." ,
Taylor .and the other local partici-.
pants talked Wednesday afternoon
about three major issues on the minds,
of stakeholders who took part in the
three-day summit.
One ,of the most vital issues, Taylor
said, is water allocation practices on
the Apalachicola River and how the
Corp manages Lake Seminole and the
other four reservoirs on the
Chattahoochee River.
Taylor said he hoped getting the.the
.Corp leaders out on the water with
those who live and work on it will
leave them better informed as they go
forward with decisions.
"The Corps controls the flows, by
way of dams and. lakes. There are a
bunch' of stakeholders in Georgia,
Alabama and Florida who want the
Corps to understand the impacts that
management and allocation decisions
have on the Apalachicola River and
Bay, and in particular the negative
impact of low flows," he said. "We
hope. this trip put a face on the
Apalachicola River."
At issue here is Atlanta's attempt to
reserve more water in Lake Lanier.
With growth there expected to add
another five million people over the


River
what could be done to improve the
river system.
With major highways across the
Southeast already crowded with tractor
trailers and the railroad industry left
with its own challenges, navigation
through the river basin will be the key
to sustaining the economy .in the
Southeast, Moorer said. The develop-
ment of the river basin could lead to
not only industrial benefit, but recre-.
ational benefit too, including more
marinas in areas like Eufaula and
Bainbridge, Ga.
Moorer gave two examples of how
'improvement of the river system could
benefit the area, including when
Southern Nuclear used the water sys-
tem twice in the last decade to ship
heavy duty parts to Farley Nuclear


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Robert Thomas Hagler

Robert Thomas Hagler, 63,
of Malone passed away
Monday, July 7, 2008 at his
home.
Born in St. Petersburg, Mr.
Hagler was a long time resi-
dent of.Malone, having served
on the Malone City council
and was a U. S. Air Force vet-
eran.
Survivors include his wife,
Lose Hagler of Dothan; two
sons, Robbie Hagler and wife
Sonja of Kansas City, Mo and
Darren Hagler and wife
Brandy of Vienna, Ga.; two
daughters, Suzanne Hatcher
and husband Ricky of Albany,
Ga. and Kimberly Hagler of
Atlanta; 12 grandchildren.
Mr. Hagler requested mem-
orization by cremation, there
will not be any services held.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel in
charge of arrangements.
If desired contribution


ier, to obtain in the future. The partner-
ship allows private investors to obtain
tax-free bonds to finance the road con-
struction. Once the road is paid for, the
agreement calls for the road to be given
to the counties it passes through.

Why not a for-profit model?
Some road experts believe the for-
profit model is better in the long run,
because it gives the investors long-term
interest in the project's viability, and
provides incentives to keep costs down
during the design and construction
phase. Strange and Shaw said the pub-
lic-private partnership is the best option
because it gives the, counties better
oversight over the project.

Have not-for-profit roads been suc-


fiext 10 years, some downstream users
feel that Atlanta is taking more than its
fair share and is being irresponsible by
not better managing water resources:.
Downstream users are worried about
a number of potential: negative envi-
ronmental, economic and human'
impacts if Atlanta is allowed increas-
ing storage and draw-downs.
Navigation and channel dredging is
another key issue, and not all stake-
holders agree on the appropriate status
for .navigation on the Apalachicola.
Hirt, an advocate, spoke on that aspect
at Wednesday's meeting. See an
accompanying story for more on his
comments.
Branch focused his attention on the
legal aspects of the water wars, and
said he got a surprising and frightening
answer when he posed a question 'to
the general.
Branch wanted to know why the
Corps is allowing the state of Georgia
to reserve more water for consumption
when a U.S. court of appeals has ruled
that it has no authority to do so. The
authorized uses of the water managed
in the Corps-controlled dam and lake-
systems are limited to the creation of
hydropower, flood control and recre-
ational uses.
According to Branch, Gen.


Power Plant.
In the past the water system had sup-
port through regular maintenance with
dredging, and locks and dams. A lot of
the regulations since the 1960s and
1970s have changed, making mainte-
nance more difficult. Moorer said this
includes disposal of the sediment and
sand dredged from along the river
basin.
Navigation of the river system
peaked in the 1980s with about 1.2
million tons moved, mostly of high
value cargo. More than two decades
later only carefully scheduled ship-
ments can be completed through the
river system.
Members of the Apalachicola
Riverkeeper, a protection group for the
Apalachicola River and Bay area,


maybe made to the American
Diabetes Association.

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Warren Odell Dempsey Jr.

Warren Odell Dempsey Jr.,
78, of Marianna died Tuesday,
July 8, 2008 at Jackson
Hospital.
A native of Falls Church,
Va. where he resided most of
his life, Mr. Dempsey had
resided in Marianna for the
past several years. He was a
retired manager from IGA
food stores and served in the
U. S. Army, U. S. Air Force
and the National Guard. He
was a member of the First
Assembly of God Church in
Marianna.
Survivors include three
daughters, Kathie Bailey and
husband James of Marianna,
Maureen Dempsey of
Lakeland, Donna Joan Hoke
King and husband Barry of
Lorton, Va.; four sons, Charles


cessful?
Not so far. Tollroadsnews.com has
reported the two major not-for-profit
roads in the country have not per-
formed well. The Pocahontas Parkway
near Richmond, Va., had to be taken
over by a for-profit company after traf-
fic counts and toll revenue fell far short
of projections. The Web site also
reported the Greenville, S.C., Southern
Connector is seeking a buyer as well to:
avoid bankruptcy.
But Strange said traffic on the
Richmond road is improving, and said.
the fact that a for-profit entity bought it
is evidence it is expected to make
money. And, Strange said, the.
public/private partnership meant the
local governments (and taxpayers)
were not out any money and still bene-


Schroedel made contradictory state-
ments he finds worrisome.
On one hand, Branch said, the gen-
eral implied that, because of riparian
water laws, the state has the authority
to use water as it pleases once it falls
within:its sovereign boundaries.
Branch said he took that to mean that
the general was saying the Corps, in
effect, has no power to stop Georgia.
A moment later, Branch said, the
general cited the authority of the U.S.
Congress in determining allocations.
Branch said it scares him to think
that a Corp leader would operate on the
assumption that it has no power to con- *
trol the impoundment of water.
Both he and Taylor said that was the
first time they'd heard the Corps take
such a position.
Taylor went on to say that he thinks
the general was taking "a twisted legal
view" of the court of appeals ruling
cited by Branch in his question, and
that further clarification of the decision
is needed. Taylor said he understood
the general to respond to Branch's
question in part by saying that the
Corps is currently authorizing storage
space in Lake Lanier, rather than the
withholding of water for whatever use,
and therefore is not in violation of the
court's decision. Taylor scoffed at the


along with two ranking members of the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, also
attended the event.
Successful use of the river system
could start with seasonal navigation,
along- with agreements with Florida
environmental agencies and working
closely with the Army Corps of
Engineers to make sure the water con-
trol plan needs are met.
"I'm very encouraged," Moorer said.
"What I see is a budding relationship
between the Tri-River association and
Riverkeepers, and the Corps of
Engineers seems very willing to lis-
ten."
Judson Edwards of Troy University
also spoke about a recent university
study on the river system's economic
benefit. The study, which included a


OBITUARIES


Hoke and wife Donna Marie
of Lurey, Va, Daniel Hoke and
wife Eloise of Alexandria, Va,
Brian Hoke and wife Debbie
of Dale City, Va and Steven
Hoke of Stafford, Va,; 18
grandchildren and 10 great
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be 1
p.m. Saturday, July 12, 2008
at Maddox .Chapel with Rev.
Barbara Singletary officiating,
interment will follow at
Pinecrest Memorial Gardens
with James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel direct-
ing.
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 pm, Friday,
July 11, at Maddox Chapel.

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of Graceville
5283 Brown Street
Graceville, FL 32440
(850) 263-5116

John Clifford Kirkland

Mr. John Clifford Kirkland,
92, of Graceville, passed away
at the Campbellton-Graceville
Hospital on Tuesday, July 8,
2008.
Mr. Kirkland was born on
Nov. 25, 1915, in Graceville,
T


the son of John David
Kirkland and Stell Kirkland.
Mr. Kirkland graduated
from Graceville High School
in 1933 and began work that
year at Rex Lumber Company,
where he remained employed
until he reached the age of 82.
In 1942, Mr. Kirkland married
the former Willie Grace, after
courting for 10 years. Mr.
Kirkland served his country in
the U.S. Army from 1942 to
1946.
Mr. Kirkland was very
active in the First United
Methodist Church of
Graceville, where he served as
a member of the Men's Bible
Class, a member of the
Administrative Board, a mem-
ber of the Board of Trustees,
and always served as an usher
for the Sunday morning wor-
ship services until his health
prevented him from doing so.
He was a true Southern gentle-
man who saw to it that his
wife and her widowed friends
were a part of social activities,
with him as their escort.
Mr. Kirkland also loved the
Graceville Lions Club and was
an active participant and mem-
ber for 63 years. He held many
offices in the Lions Club and
was named the Graceville


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fited from a fully-functioning road that
is attracting industry and providing eas-
ier access for motorists.

Since the road is not-for-profit,
then no one makes a profit?
Wrong. Strange said designers,
builders, investors and others would
have the opportunity to profit from
their work. However, Strange said the
public/private partnership allows
"everything to be out in the open"
ensuring profits are reasonable but not
exorbitant. The costs associated with
the project will be paid for through tolls
collected.
"All of those fees are disclosed in the
financing document," Strange said.
"You will see what the fees are pub-
.licly."


Continued From Page 1A


differentiation, and said more clarifica-
tion of the ruling is needed.,
Branch said he thinks the state of
Florida should be prepared to chal-
lenge that interpretation of law.
Those issues may come up when
Branch speaks at a July 21. meeting
called by Congressman Allen Boyd.
Scheduled for 1 p.m. CDT at the
Corps district office near
Chattahoochee, the forum is to focus
on the impact of the southeastern
drought and low freshwater flows on
the Apalachicola River, Bay and com-
munities in North Florida.
Taylor emphasized that, while he
disagreed with what he understood the
general to say, he is glad to see that
more dialogue has opened up between
the Corps and downstream communi-
ties. He -said the commander has
agreed to meet with the river trip group
again in the fall and would share infor-
mation on some Corps computer mod-
els that are being revised. The models
are used in developing action plans on
the water resources in the ACF system.
The group that participated in the
river trip included representatives of
several federal and state agencies from
all three jurisdictions, along with advo-
cacy groups from the three states.


Continued From Page 1A
24-county area across southern
Georgia, Alabama and parts of Florida,
showed its proper development could
not only help recruit industry, but pro-
vide a cheaper method of industrial
transportation, Edwards said.
"Navigation could open opportuni-
ties for industries that move large
amounts of goods," Edwards said.
Hirt, who 'ran the Jackson County
Port Authority for 12 years out of
Sneads, suggested people talk to tow-
ing companies while working on ways
to develop the river system.
"I'm the only person who has earned
a living operating on the ACF system,"
Hirt said of the group. "The farmers
here need navigation if at all possible.
We're all tied together by the river, and
what it can do for us in tourism."


Man of the Year in 2001. His
hobbies included golfing and
attending FSU football games
with his son and grandson. Mr.
Kirkland was a charter mem-
ber of the Graceville Golf
Association.
Mr. Kirkland is survived by
one son, Bill, Kirkland of
Miami; two grandchildren,
Kim Maddox and her hus-
band, Sammy, of Dothan,
Ala., and Matthew Kirkland of
Miami; and two great-grand-
children, Hillary Maddox and
Kirk Maddox of Dothan, Ala.
Mr. Kirkland was preceded
in death by his wife, Willie
Grace Kirkland; and his par-
ents, John David Kirkland and
Stell Kirkland.
The family will receive
friends on Thursday, July 10,
from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at the
Williams Funeral Home in
Graceville. Funeral services
will be Friday, July 11, at 10
a.m., at the First United
Methodist Church of
Graceville, with Dr. Jerry
Windsor and the Rev. Jim
Jines officiating. Burial will
follow at Marvin Chapel
Cemetery.
Williams Funeral Home of
Graceville is in charge of
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Kids sit and listen during Wednesday's Cal Ripken Baseball Camp at Chipola Field. Kate
Kearn/Floridan


Chipola hosts Cal Rip


BY SHELIA MADER Hopkins University and is
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT spending his second season with
the Cal Ripken Camps
The Chipola College Baseball Organization.
field was full of kids of all ages "I'm a pitcher and in my sen-
Wednesday morning as teams, ior year," he said. "This is a
individuals and groups came to great experience for me and 'the
be a part of the Cal Ripken other guys to be able to move
Camp experience. into the instructional mode. The
Approximately 1.00 kids con- camp is a great tool for players
verged on the campus ball field of all ages with stress put on the
early Wednesday to take in fundamentals of baseball."
every ounce of knowledge hand- Smith added: "This was a
ed out by the "Ripken" repre- great turnout and the kids were
sentatives. awesome, very eager to listen
Cal Ripken's Camps are and learn."
known throughout the United At Chipola, there were
States and are based out of approximately 14 instructors on
Aberdeen, Maryland. hand.
Camps range from half day to Teams were formed where
week-long camps with campers moved from one group
overnight accommodations to another with each group
where campers are housed offering specialized instruction
according to "teams". from warm ups to hitting
Peter Smith i--a-senior at John stanres, fielding and throw ing.


ken Camp

This particular group .of
instructors started their camp
tour in Miami and West Palm
Beach before coming up to the
Panhandle of Florida.
They had stops in Atlanta and
North Carolina. The group
moved on from Marianna to
Tallahassee where theN\ wll con-
duct additional half-day camps.
All camps on this tour are part
of the nationwide push for' south
baseball by Che'rolet and local
Chevrolet dealerships.
Rahal-Miller "as the local
sponsor in Wednesday's e ent,
providing staff to assist in sign
ups and to insure the flow of
kids from one area of instruction
to another.
At the conclusion of the
camp, People's First Bank treat-
ed all campers to'lunch. Every
camper also received a compli-
"mentary tee4hirt.


THURSDAY


Marianna High School



to host Wes Person



basketball camp


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
Former Auburn and NBA star Wes
Person will conduct a four-day, youth bas-
ketball camp at Marianna High School
from July 24-27.
The Sharpshooters Basketball Camp
will be for boys and girls ranging from
third-graders to high school seniors.
There will be two four-hour sessions per
day during the camp. the first session for
third through si\th-graders from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m., and the second session for se\ -
enth through 12th-graders trom 3-7 p.m.
The camp "\;as brought to Jackson
County by Nadine Long. %%ho directs the
AAU Boundless Ballers. Long said her
players participated in Person's camp in
Enterprise, Ala.. and enjoyed it so much
that she decided to in\ ite Person to bring
his camp to Marianna.
"The kids really got a lot out of it."
Long said. "I told himn that a lot of kids in
our conmunit. could really benefit from
the camp but might not able to travel to
Alabama for four days. I asked him if he
could come to Jackson County and I was
just elated %\hen he said .ves."
Long said she took six of her Boundless
Ballers players to Enterprise and %was verN
impressed b% Person's camp.
"'W\es instructs the kids for the first three
quarters of the sessions, coaches them and
he's out there on the court with the kids
the entire time," she said. "He actually
works with them because he- enjoys it.
He's really serious about helping these
kids learn the game."
The fact that the instruction was coming
from a former NBA player also had a big
impact on her kids, Long said. .
"The kids were. very attentive,'"'she'


"It's kind of a neat thing.
There are not many former
NBA players coming to
Marianna."
-Travis Blanton,
Marianna coach

said. "The instructions he gives, when he
teaches fu[idamentals. he's teaching from
the standpoint of a former professional
basketbaltplater. so it really hits."
When a g m \as needed to host the
camp. lanrianna coach Tra\ is Blanton was
more than happ\ to accommodate.
"rI'm exrremel e\cited to have some-
one of that stature to come to our place
and do something to help our youth," the
coach said. "It's kind of a neat thing.
There are not mans former NBA players
coming to NMarianna. Florida.
".I think the kids ill learn a lot. I'm
sure.I'll learn a lot It's going to be excit-
ing for ydvp.g kids. I'm very appreciative
: of Nadine Long for putting it all together."
. The camp cost $65 for the week, with
pr6ceeds 'to be split between. Marianna
boosters, .e Boundless Ballers and the
camp. *;
"This will be a great opportunity for all
the kids at a great price to come out and
get some really good instruction from a
former NBA players," Long said. "Not
only that, but Wes is real particular about
good sportsmanship and teamwork and he
really stresses all of that, having a good
attitude and character."
Fpr more information on the camp, call
Long at 8510-209-395:


Olsen throws 8 strong

innings, Marlins beat Padres


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
SAN DIEGO Scott Olsen
pitched eight strong innings,
and Mike Jacobs and Hanley
Ramirez homered to lead the
Florida Marlins past the San
Diego Padres 5-2 on
Wednesday.
Olsen appeared to be in line
for his first major league com-
plete game, but he was lifted
for a pinch-hitter in the ninth
as the Marlins sent eight bat-
ters to the plate and scored
twice. Olsen (5-4) cruised
through the first eight innings,
allowing just one run and four
hits. It appeared that manager
Fredi Gonzalez was going to
allow the left-hander to go out
for the ninth because the
Marlins didn't have a reliever
warming up in the bullpen
until well into the inning.
But after Florida scored two
runs in a long inning,
Gonzalez got the bullpen.
'going. Joe Nelson, allowed
Chase Headley's RBI single
before Kevin Gregg got two.
outs- for his 17th save in 23
chances. Jacobs and Ramirez
each homered to back Olsen,
who has not thrown a complete
game in 87 career starts, the
ninth-longest streak in major
league history..


Olson broke his career-worst
winless streak of 11 games,
during which he was 0-3 with
a 5.31 ERA. He had to weath-
er a hard-hit line drive off his
right leg in the fourth inning to
earn the victory. The ball rico-
cheted to third baseman Jorge
Cantu, who threw out Kevin
Kouzmanoff.
Olsen was knocked down by
the line drive and stayed on the
grass for about a minute before
continuing. Olsen, whose last
victory was a 2-0 win over
Milwaukee on May 6, gave up
only a homer to' Scott Hairston
leading off the sixth inning.
Florida won the three-game
series against the Padres, only
its second winning road series
in the last nine since May 12.
San Diego, which snapped a
nine-game home losing streak
on Tuesday night, lost for the
17th time in 22 games. The
Padres (36-56) scored two runs
or fewer for the 40th time this
season. San Diego is the sec-
ond-lowest scoring team in the
majors behind Washington.
Ramirez hit his 22nd homer,
a solo shot with one out in the
third for a 1-0 lead. Ramirez
went 3-for-5 and was robbed
of a hit by Hairston on a catch
against the fence in the eighth
inning.


Former Clippers forward Brand signs 5-year, $82 million deal with Philadelphia


BY DAN GELSTON
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
PHILADELPHIA Elton Brand believed
his career would end as an L.A. Story..
Forced by a contract ultimatum Brand
would not accept, the would-be movie mogul
and twortime NBA All-Star instead opted to
take his production east and see his name roll
on the credits of Philadelphia's roster.
Brand and the 76ers made it official
Wednesday on a five-year deal worth a report-
ed $82 million, a shrewd move that promptly
turned the emerging franchise into Eastern
Conference contenders.
"I'm prepared to do some big things this
year," Brand said.
For that kind of commitment, Brand should
be ready. Last week, Brand opted out of his
contract with the Clippers, but Los Angeles
was expected to make a strong push to re-sign
him. Instead, he spurned the Clippers once
agent David Falk said he was offered a "take it
or leave it" contract on June 30. The deal was
nearly $20 million less than what Brand
signed for in Philadelphia.
"My intention was to try and work some-
thing out with the Clippers,'. Brand said.
Falk said the greater insult came when he


was told that Clippers owner Donald Sterling
said he would be happy with the 29-year-old
Brand's decision either way.,
Messages seeking comment left with the
Clippers were not immediately returned.
Falk also said the Golden State Warriors
offered more total money about $90 million
- but Brand felt the 76ers were a better fit.
Sixers president Ed Stefanski was on the
phone with Falk shortly after midnight on July
1 the first day teams could begin negotiat-
ing with free agents.
Philadelphia wanted to land a big man this
summer and had Hawks restricted free agent
forward Josh Smith in town last week for a
visit, but he left without being presented with
an offer sheet. Smith will look elsewhere, or
possibly stay in Atlanta.
The 76ers entered the summer $11 million
under the salary cap, but even that wasn't
enough to land a franchise-shifting free agent
like Brand. Philadelphia was able to swing a
deal with Minnesota that sent forward Rodney
Carney and a future No. 1 pick to the
Timberwolves as part of a trade that cleared an.
additional $2 million in salary cap space.
The trade allowed the Sixers to offer a start-
ing salary in the $14-million range. Brand had
$16.4 million left on deal he signed in 2003.


"All we kept saying was we needed an
opportunity, and that opportunity came,"
Stefanski said.
Brand's arrival signals the Sixers are ready
to become a threat to contend in the East. He
should immediately bolster the frontcourt, and
his career numbers of 20.3 points and 10.2
rebounds over nine seasons make him one of
only four active players to average a double-
double. However, Brand played in only eight
games last season because of an Achilles' ten-
don injury. Brand said Wednesday night he
was 100 percent and ready to go.
"I won't let anybody down," he said.
Brand was the No. 1 overall pick in the 1999
draft out of Duke and spent two seasons with
the Bulls before he was traded to the Clippers.
Brand had tried to leave Los Angeles once
before as a restricted free agent. He signed an
offer sheet with Miami, but returned to the
Clippers once the deal was matched.
The Sixers had been pointing toward this
summer since they traded 2001 NBA MVP
Allen Iverson in 2006 and decided to rebuild.
They started clearing contracts notably last
season's trade of Kyle Korver to Utah to
have enough cash under the cap to pursue a
marquee free agent. Once Brand surprisingly
rejected the Clippers, the 76ers had their man.
T


Philadelphia 76ers General Manager Ed
Stefanski, left, and Elton Brand hold up Brand's
jersey during a news conference, Wednesday
in Philadelphia. Tom Mihalek/Associated
Press


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S Honda '04 Shadow VLX- Chevrolet '87 Corvette Ford '07 Focus, 22k mi., Volkswagen 05' Torgua- Dodge '04 1500 Quad
600cc, BIk 5300 miles. Coupe. 71K actual mi. 1 factory wrnty, all the reg, Gray w/saddle nte cab, Excellent condition
$2,700 850-326-2167 owner, 2 tops, other ex- options, like new, rior, 40k miles, to of BUY MIE!. 60K, Auto, $11,995.00
trash described when 34mpg. Asking $12,800. the line, sun roof, V8 Please call 334-774-
Snda 05 CR85R Mot called. 334-393-109 Call John at 334-477- option dual climate 769or334-432 533774
Scond., ReadytoRace Chevrolet '93Corvette Ford '07' Fusion SE, 26K Ic w/manuals,
(334)984-2044 er, 70K miles. $14,000. miles. Retiring, any rea- controls, side curtain
95OND A' 06 V 13 080OBO Please call 334- sonable offer accepted, air bag sw nn o
'95 Hunter 23.5 sailer w/ FLEETWOOD '05 Prowler HONDA 06 VTX 1300 C 712-1531 We are selling them all! Mitsubishi'06 Lancer 02 hades for bacs w
trailer, '03 Shp Honda AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft 4 Four Winds 5000 '00, Cruiser 1,700 miles, shadesr seats.
2much2 t, k slides, fireplace, large white, Auto.8-cyl. 2 back & chrome, Vance Chevy '05 Cavalier. Tan, 684-2126 Motors 334- ndows& orlocks, d re334-701-8555/334-685
Call334-806-2822. shower, 30/amp. A real W. ,300 miles Great and Hines custom ex- PS, PB, am/fm radio C 133
Call Ca68 334-sraCP71-6
must see at: $39,900 334- cond. 28Feet, AM/FM haust, $8,500 000 334- w/cd player. 53,284K. Ford '85 Crown Victorian Financing Availal~eWAC. Cerl
872 2q94 Cassette Stereo, Cable 695-9269,334-695-9265 $6,500. Call 334-671- LTD, 4-dr. V-8 auto, 92K CallJohn334-797-0420 Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo chevrolet, 06LT rewlo
TV Hookup, TV Antenna Honda 2003 VTX 1800 4214or334-596-0214. m. new paint & vin. or Jason 334-714-1601 wagon, 73k miles, Auto Cab Z-7139k mles Dodge '06 'Ram, Silver,
telephone Jack, Sky- Black, Motorc top $1695. 334-687- w/manual shift option leather, cd, tint, too Auto.6cyl.2WD.23k,
light, LPG & CO Leak age Motorcy apc le. Gar- Chevy Ret5 any rea68K- 13 3. dual air climate control, box, bug shield, vent Power steer, CD, A/C,
G O L ge kept wit approx miles. Retiring, any rea-
Detectors; Awning, 2000 Ile s. Showroom Rate f aete F 9 MustmemorY seats, CD/ca vsors, ndus2 u2rd, Like new.Cust Ex-
Booth Dinette, 6 Cwi. condition. Backrest / Don't lose out on this! nvertabe $2500 850- ssett player, gold w/tan exc cond. $21,500.00, hust.Bed CoverRal-
Freezo er, 6 Gallon qugae rach win / bag, u26 Motors. 334- w6 rant $10,900, 334-
Electric Ignition Watershquicd. $8700, 334-445- Ford '96' Thunderbird LX 701-8555/334-685-6233
6' BAYLINER 29ft. Volvo Heater, 32 gallon 6933.Chvy '07' Cobalt LS, 4 117k m, loaded, great Dodge '95 Ram 1500 w/
260 eng. fully oaded Freshwater Tank, Tol- cnder, 27K miles. Re- cond.$2,200699-5766 camper shell, 203K m.,
w/traer, low hourslet, Sink & Shower, 25 Honda 3 wheeler 200cc trying, any reasonable V-652,000334-803-0364
w/traer, low hours Feetwood' Gallon Wastewater runs needs cable 200 offer accepted, Don' Ford '98 Mutang Cobra, Mtsubishi '07 Eclipse GT, Dode 06' Ram 1500,
$13,900 OBO 687-8169, ProwlerCamper, Tank, 22 Gallon Grey 334-691-2868 lose out on thisl convertible, 5 4Xca
S334-703-3138 l. slide out, 38', Water Tank, Heated Q Motors334-h'$9500c334-632-1100 V' Loaded,athr, 6disk nriew cab. TRX
34 ft. House Boat, Sleeps 2BR, Greato ond., Holding Tanks, 13,500 Classifieds..ality s.3 $ 3 2 cd, htd seats, fin. avail. Lethn, any reasona-
6 good cond. asking $10,500, BTU Roof Air Condi- See what it's all 684-2126 Ford '98 Taurus, 119,000 $17900. John 334-797- ble offer accepted,
6,12 good con,, ang34 Call 229-308-1168.020orJao Nwste
$12,000 OBO, Call 334- Call229-3081168. tioner, 31,000 BTU Fur- about! Chevy '07 HHR Exc. miles, V6, $2600, Call 0420orJason714-1601 Now's the time to save!
792-1079 or 334-718- nace, Microwave Oven, Honda r w cond. Crimson Red. (334)899-8448v.msg. Chevrolet '02S-10Crew Quality Motors. 334-
907 3 1Oven with 3 Burners, 7 etch e new/ dauer over- seCab, 4x4 Fleet side, ZR5 684-2126
95 Persons, Queen-size elecrc shft Lkenew daughter over seas.Fe p x rus, black, 2
.. Bed & Mattress, 741 $3000850-209-4447 33graynterior, AC. $2800 Condianext cab, V-8 brush



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Plugs, Battery, ,000 piped and jetted LIke Chevv'32 Original body IVi bRed. 900 sToredlle. mint -on-4tion.
,5Please Calr 334- new. e334-791- & rearing, any reasonable Cadillac'68 Dev lleRedI.a.50 4
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Tires, Brakes, Catalyticv eAboar ra s D 00 91. 9K m334il-693-0093.5

great weekend A o d, 34' 2 slides, rea Chevrlet '92 Sprinter see to appreciate S0er a .
i o r 35 es. tchen hardwood floors 3 ft. self contained' Motor ous q. only. $20,000 Honda '05 Civic EX Spe- Oluns el. very clean. ine r.l A

6oskdaway. Many uptln, $14,00t Home. Great for camp- obo33372









2000, 23,hHu asport, roocam s- Gret na t dAg r i s rewlo $ 0 l: 8 ----m-l w--- Pearl G re2-2St. 8-3 -10 e.10T.0 0. L d eo.
OBO, Cal850-227-4034 687-2684, 334-703-0125 g, hunting, fishing. Chevy '68 Camero, race Blu, 5 spd. 36500 m., 334-9 e26.
2) YAMAHA'S '06 Wave 2007 ft. Pilgrim Lit $6700,334-762-2541 car,468 engine runs $13,500,919 844 2586.


runners 4 stroke eng, avel Trailer, like new 190, 10r 3 6. i 500C 1 ea -utul t a if'. cC i Hbrid 3 3j Ca e l9571. 7C 4 8 o
dual trailer w/covers askin $10,000, Call miles. New tres/x- $12,500. 334-687-978r oda '. l rt. r













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2006 custom park model -0 awansaki d bAike n Gra'ndr BUsic ,50. 33 l- A8n 1rh? Ec3d 500 Cia
'2000,23', Aquasportmont hsL e rfect for lake28ft. Allegro wel main- miles, runs ow 003LES 0 Al 952.210
1ft. Jornso Oc lot huntlng cabinor taed new tires fully miles, Great coed., Call: 850-557 mes. ll i- Pontic 0 n Cnd.r Craded.stereo.




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w n9 on-e l natw suiton nLwa I 4$7000, 334 6 86$15,999. OBO Pleaseg OIS r:.ile 2,000 Intrigue, rasNew tirn. F ord 99 F.30 En.i osed
tiRnne.$, 5 G r0. Pleat e y lot, ready to door Wepan 3 SE0. Ci. NO W $1condi4 -a-793h1902
tion. $15 Please r lt, ready to door kept. $,500. Call evy '91 Caprice, 4dr. call 360-460-8208 110k miles, runs great. N 334793-902 Greatnd.S$9,400. service truck. $8,000.






call 334-791-2609 move. 33 900. OB 334-792-8018 or 334-new paint. Burgundy in must sacrfce. $4300- Cll 3- -
S (251)654-558 792-P 827 & Good coned. 96K 334 .646-3161 3x2s 4sp $5500b334-405- 797-5130.






S5 2005 Gulf Slream Caviae r $4,200.00 or trade i 3347 '2oWie. Neei Pm 9168 ord '04 F1S Fx4, Super
Pkmdl, 311. sleeps 6 0 Kaiwasak 06 ZZR600 Moe- 334-793-19a9. _deS_0_ _noriunup an, Ba lle,' r up. b hd pd 1e. Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K mLi.








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'0ve90 HP Mercury w/ $17,500. 334-671-0312. 997 Four e5inds lass C Cal ( 334)333-298 cyl. 4 WD. 85,000 mi, 2 8
rl 3ft, A s ,I m c 400 lla. ramair hai a S l d rtoFleetside h Ext cab --
stainless steel0prop, 31.wave/, fridge sofa dicr- Kawaski '07 Mean Streak C;ealnr Stro LOADED, Great co nd. Lr P ir har toe o Ford '68 F100 step side Dr 98K mli Very Clean,
9 passengersDepth et, 0 sa 6 special Edition. Under Chevy '93".Corvette can- $24,985,334798-5271. rare car $6,2 500334-79 2- great shape new m Dtor aking $995 OBO. 334-
finder, trollingmoor nette. 4 90. 334-500 miles extras in- vertible 40th annlv. ad- Lexus95L400, runs 4100 or 334-618-9101. 18K ml. black, MSTA 79364334-793-1005
elec.anchor boat cov- new tires, gen., jacks Harey Davidson clouded, 9500, mi all ditlon rub red, new al o in rn ode0s P O0 CJ Ra-0burn for log tucr$6,000 long n0 3-671'
er, heavy duty traQler. 233(003 Keystone Cougar (334)g899-4247 tiresO bery recent g ll & 28 nl. &3$9000 S5.6372,50. F hFl ea3772.
Se $16,900 334-983-4941 th wheel, Series 2A 95' tune u $16500 or 334797850 some wrk, $2500, Call G AT. AC eryChevy98S-10ext.cab.
or334-596-4170. EFs. 28 fto. w / livinrr 334674 1 '06n332-006b or thu ddi ver 18ft box truck, die 4K. 3e Goo. Fi.eWAC
4as 4 fl room slide. Great cona. Great cond.$1,650. Call Ol@aol.com mma .'ulae s 0 n. Ford '02 F0 4 r-e,.













room, smle.G0eat6.56 itCFordas 3-141071
1994 Master Craft Pro $13000 334702-8267. 334-726-7516. Mazda 04' RX862,000 $5.600 3346777748. e celle .n :, nd t on.
Star 205, Immaculate leave a message UNF 2008 50cC m d, miles. Runs great Borisa34-603-3058 4-DR.1b isnld cdie.llh
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2808 R-VISON0_ 6TraLit26ft slroTd hides, Ford '02 Mustan. 7M S b3T40522LChE! C rolet s lloe Ar .tb S Ca.l onl d 334
Montana 02' 5th wheel ly loaded low mileage sundowner $93se000, Call Victory 1999 1500 5 Dark Red Coupe. Me648-cury 03 Grand Mar- oor 0 $10.000.0-92-9
334-794-6994. 19b5 Shasta'Travel Trail- (334)618-0717 American made bike Powerbrakes, Power donew ang & paintF3133/797-5341
'08campeTriton18, 32.5 ft. 2 Explorer er w! 22 Inft sldeeps nav- $6000 Firm 334-618- terng spd. 78000mC, n- quMercedes '05G, 1 SLowner, like TPontiac '02 4RBonneville, 75%refrbished.Man Ford '05 F-250 Lariat
slides, HP mo rcury space 2921ion stem. Priced at(334) 798-5104.Cla dash CDT-Tops,veryclean,, ne334685 inside-1070 SERIOUS mi Very ean, goo 334-347-startinat$12,000. Call ith matc g Arado




























heater, new 4000 Onan 334-616-6508 eather, warranty, 28k miles $9,500. 850- Leather, Tow pkg, roof 24RIMS 2 e
gprop.Ready to fish taned, Used once. Pd $75K.334-790-3480. rack.exc l. cond. $600. Chevy91 '96 Caprice 4-d 482-8oor. 416 0. g, C,
S $18,600 334-774, 850-412 or $13,400, sking 2910k 850- 03 5 3 99-8109.w .hit. '76t, M burgundy Int.1 '20 stereo, low miles,
Lake Seminole, shaded 579-2217 lYamaha04 YFZ 450 owner ec. con 29K 49' Refer, traler,2 sdChevy 04 Silverado LS, leather isandt. vry
RV spaces, water & 62 00' 19' P Irowler 334- Veryw Many Rter market mi $4.750. 334-86- erios i oly, 334 table fo le Ext. cab. Clean, load clean, warranty, Like














month, $100 deposit 6 Holiday Rambler 02 e ts. $3200. 33 3 1 door, uck start, used Chevy 794-805 Colorado, new, $31,500. Call
12 ,tr.s eaInet ires, battery, etc. H A '04 Big Dog Ridgeback, a424. for cooking produce, mi Crewcab 36K, exc.. 850-527-1516.
ayco 2001 po up camp loads of extras, no e Glide-tail, Ga1,000 m but motor, sunroof- Neg.. Low miles. Call re e offer ac motor w/ old motor for PS/PW/PL, loaded w/ My-WebOnle.com
Bumper p toy hauler, $19,500,33448-2425 4500M. 60MPG $5500 eMercedes, 5r(SL 198 arts.$6,000. Neg.. Cl cover, running boards, bh Lard3ki
er, sleeps gas or smo,ke o ets 205 CRF 150 spHonda, t OBO nd 2.334 000 .b.72 334 9617/671-0492 burgundy an 334-522-376 spray following additions r.




























electric fridge, heat- mi, MustSel -$68,50-2 5,000 mi. Like new. New Brlni nen 26 rims. them al Qaity Mo camper 5t wh. tow at-
$14800./cooling system. awn- oodcondi85 638-7920 or Exhaust, S addle Bags, P Gralack 3.800 AM. 90' Ford F3 trck gaCougar All tors.334-684-2126 $14495 334-792-2938 harness,
Ing. $4800_334-794-7103 850-596-8475 Backrest, Luggag 334-61-1607 beautixuln.. n Tou, Rd. R. AC. T. CO- e ele. brake controller, 7015
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sld.,98 0. s, Chassi 6.0L 8mp a Scooter c. . -*AUR SES, r power 'eds9 tans$- 9w r251r060 GT34 6.0 12&08 C aool IofltTsa: 2i61
lectric awning $35K Vortec. 5578K mi. no s84-0 cond. $30 334-803 exceent condi06 $4,20. 34797814 $50033$1200OB9call850-209-
selling for heath rea uts. non-smoker & pet 9276.500 Call open loaded V-6 $5,000 lots of chrome 26150XL















sons 334-791-4192 re. 0 ercaes '96 20- 334-688-5156 r L PoT c '06 GTO, 6. 0 6/12/08. Call 850-594- aluminum, wheels ack -spd anual
Spriaycoer 13999 wheel 1997, Kase d, street Yam a3ha 200e 3 dYZ12, Ford .05 Mustal GT, o4K mileage. Call 334-774 400HP 24000 miles, 60126WD
l *i n nited Ford 1991 Cuass C, rebuilt e ,k tde 57 s 4 V79307 b55a l. K noh $500.(3342709 1k9e w
t. tl w readyincludes helmet, roke, ro circuit pipe Loaded,D, leat er int. ora no e nr DELIVERY TRUCK. Diesel
. n lade t adult driven, garage condition. $3400 Great cond. $17K. 334- MercedesBenz'98E-320 $26,0850-5 w tin-gate Year: 2000.
n r. e 1 3752/850-557-666j$ 60 85-3 -
e $950 334s ma kept, 530 miles. l85657$865 334-726-3842 596-1810. d 78Korg. mi. white, well Mileage appr. 118.000.
Sia 334- Feetwood, 3346925577 maintained, have aut ll Pontiac '99 Grand Am SE vrolet 04-7 2500 LS 4797
-05 Damonntruder aGolf Cart, 200 Club Car, ha om os iysler' c service records. 2Dr 6cy, AM/FM/CD, 2497.33-97 Ford 97 F150 XLT Su-1730er



































fsts eiHer.V-1ce,9172 heritage soft-tail. pe n... ain 6400 0* f r S V8. Moball oi l only. All w/center bucket seats, mond plate tool box,
slide 2TV's, white, lots 2of chrome. Lal334)" 9-5-1n oor 6 disc CD. Like 6dlsc cd changer in bed liner, bed extender,
FlPtwr side bgo '99 w/ e extra seats. cn15.000 c mr T.. r o for e r new In every respect, dash, power seats, rear exc. cond., $6900, 334-
ft. Must se! Nice unit C, 35' living rm, slide, 1600, (334)794-4575 $4090. 334-677-3738 B lue.$10K 334-272-6389. 1AC,n
Many extras! $15,500. 35k m., Alcoa wheels, 2003346930540 00 RACE CAR Dirt late F334- ar ullertrcontrolsans, 7144is210 r 677-0Good07




































Ca 4-7121 nw Tir3e c-4 H83 e otsitd hugr Ford s'S Musta GT n tgres,a ve cleann air. 9 e-K ml 23 V r-ol 00 Silverado 1"-71- Disel' 2 ite 68K
kely 229-723-5958. excelacksHarlent conditidson 00 w H- 1100. 300 mles.ue warblack Vipe model '05 Ci Rayburn fr lg t V8,uc or requip./records!Tu- mngiles. $23,000.
Outback '06-31 RQS Load- $33500ob,522-354 tag sofal twin am rty. $6200 34,850- Ford '01F Super Cab
blu,& silver rd radio, 793 56 or3347 r. many extras. 334 272229. Chvy'98 AMFM,-10 ext.cab. Lamixer Call oaded, lea3347264821 er
eo$16,900 8 Seabreeze Class A 95'. l ots of extras. 12.000 u 463 lea vemessag e E m 4.3 e ng. Good Fnany Ara 50abl.



















ys v9-4501.goodne c 5 ition., ,5 ew .334-6798-4281.. Ford Taurus SE V GMC '06 1 508ft box truck, die. 4-. 4 Financing AvalableWAC.
Nash 2004 5th whsleel m-carpetmn Payhirel-- Hr eavie o t e l, auto l transmission cond. 3 Or. ool air. CalT John .34-797-0420
sh24-53,1 slide, cardolly.3347920619 $4000.334-984-2044 rs 109558 mi., 4cyl auto$25. 0.Crew, S27 miles.$23,500, Call $4,400 Dually. Cummi494-2784ns Turbo per Jason 334-714-1601
sive condition and 850-547-3431 h'':Fr'334-673-485233V4A494-3555.u
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service recor334-01, dual trailer covers, verylife Orange $37,900 / Offer qbird Ntessan '05 Maxima SL, PB, PS, CD, sun-roo Bose, PSR DVD Exc Diesel282 69k miles CD x4 ex cab V10 38"
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Montana 02' 5th wheel fully loaded low mileage sundowner sDark Red, Coape.n MFI
camper, 32.5 ft. 2 ke new Icudes navi- 4900 mi. $10,500,, 334-spd. 78000m,, In- quis GS, 1 owner, like Toyota '024Runner, Sil- Like new. $600. Call= -- 93
slides, mounted space gaton system. Pricd at 798-5104. "' J dash CD stacker, new inside/out only ver, 2WD, Power W/Lp 334-347-2717. Chevy '99 Seiverado ex.
heater, new 4000 Onan $62,500 00 334-616-6508 ,,.leather, warranty, 28k mies' $9,500. 850- weather, Tw pkFg, r of cab. 2 wheel drive.Ored
generator w/inside re- tosee P $6500 Nag.. Ph: 932- 482-8416 rack, '105K $10,800 UR24"RIMS cover. Towing pack
: l-8109. 850-526-2484 $1800 for all 711omri $6900 334701-
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electric fridge, heat- mi., Must Se1ll $68,500 5,000 mi. Like new. New Brand new 26 rims.them all! Quality Mo- camper 5th wh. tow at-
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Ford '03 RangerXLT 4 dr Chevrolet '02 Tahoe LT JeepT '01 Cherokee, 4x4, *.t pearwinth fou ca DEP HATCER
6 cyl., bk, auto., CD, a White, Auto. 8-cyl. cold AC & CD player, . NOTICE OF ACTON thi hearing.f you can DEPUTYCLERK
pwr, chrome whs, 84K 2W. 91,000, Loaded, runs great new paint, SEC9.801 sentation, the Court will
ml., $8300, Call (334) Great cond. $12,000 $5500 OBO, Call (334) 39.801(B)FS) satoint coun rt wi
389-3071 O.B.O.(334)726-0193. 701-3974 The State of Florida to at this hearing upon the i


be c 5 tomato A/CCD, S. red, an. to r ubwagn. e, B Van. AuteYo. r , 6 hereby notified the Court prior, . n
r 334-792-0645. miles, Loaded, Power brakes, Power steering, Power brakes, Power that a Pe d tt f r ime. .your item in the
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color, w/e t 1 ahoe LT Laredocreamcolorbug Ceatr $3500 or obo Cal334 mes new tres, l e ath- the Termination of Pa- SONALLY APPEAR AT
9 e i side l very clean $6,200, 699-5601 er nt.. very clean, Like rental Rights in the case THIS ADVISOR HA-o
rack, cleaninside &out. call 334-347-0496 P new. $12,000, 8o50-594- o T.D. to the Depart- RING CONSTITUTES CO-. Tra
85k ml. Sunroof, 3rd__________________Pebakes,9P ofwTrD.tha thaPetii udepartime

seat,. Exc con- d 97k m$ Il65,0s rs r5- Classified 7758 or850-209-0787. ment of Children and SENT TO THE TERMINA.
$14,500. 334-36-0774 $6500.850-547-5292 ass Families, a licensed child T10N OF YOUR PAREN
lacAdvertising lc.ng ag.qn.:,. for sub- TAL RIGHTS AS TO THESE '
Chevrolet '9 3Tahoe ngZ71 ,,, ru.." b ,,E H YourSource 9 0 -qen ,,:sa ,3..:.i,,.. CHILDREN. IF YOU FAIL 8. 526-3614
factory warranty 35 jtoselling a8-0)A26-3"14
inch tires, with 20 inch Ji314 i7'1.-'741 buyin! LF14092 You are hereoy noticed DATE AND TIME SPECi
inch tires, wththat an Advisory Hearing FlED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL
rims,' leather, loaded Jeep '05 Ru-,con, -- I00 779 2
Ford '85 Tow Truck $6000 OBO. MUST SELL! $18500, V6, auto. AC, Nissan '04 Quest. White, INCIRCUITCOURT, will be held before the LEGAL RIGHTS AS A
Custom-built 1 ton 334-430-3652. 46K m., new BFGoo- Ford '03 Windstar, Lt 58k Loaded, War- JUVENILEDIVIION honorable William L. PARENT TO THESE (800) 79 55
loaded, great cond. drich All Terrain tires, Green, Minivan.'49k ranty, DVD Ent. System, FOURTEENTH Wright, Judge or Magis- DREN..6
$8,500, Call 791-8695 1 *' ~ "& (334)699-8668,803-5910 miles, Loaded, new Heated Seats, Auto JUDICIAL CIRCUIT trate David Johnson, of
or 334-794-2426 very clean, Great Side Door and Rear JACKSONCOUNTY, the Circuit Court, Four- WITNESS my han.3 az.
or334-794-2426 Jeep '91 Wrangler, 4 cyl. cond.$9,800,791-9484. Door. Great cond. STATE OF FLORIDA teenth Judicial Circuit, at Clerk of, said Cc urt. an.]
good shape, new top, PRICED TO SELL, the Jackson County the Seal thereof in.: n-"24 r.-
Ford '91 XLT, Runs. Body s Rhino bed line sprayed $14,995.334-701-9099. IN THE INTEREST OF: Courthouse, 4445 La- day of June, 2008. I
good, Needs head gas- inside, $6500, Cal (334) fayette Street, Marianna,
et. $1100 obo. 334-693. 726-0219 GMC 1998 Safari Van, Pontiac '01 Montana, CASENO:05-157-DP Florida, on the 22nd day DALERABON-GUTHRIE
3141. No calls after 9PM 76 pass, V6, AT, AC, Rear clean, good condition CASENO: 05-157-of August 2008, at the CLERK OF CIRCUIT
ord 0 XL S bJeep'95 Wrangler. 4 Cyl- Air Very clean, Exc- loaded, 7 passenger '
Ford 04 XLT SuperCabnder automatic. d.. 118K m $3,500. rear air $4,500. 334-299- T.D. MALEDOB:1/13/04 hour of 9:00 A.M. (CT) COURT
towing pkg., bed liner CHEVROLET '07TAHOE 124000 miles. NewNit 334-677-7748/803-3058 3378 or334-618-7101. NORCHILREN Youhae theJACKSON COUNTY right to/S/BeverlyHatche
tool bx 53K miles, Z71, 4WD, 13,000 MIJ, 2 to tires, new heaterMINORCHILDREN You have the right to /S/BeverlyHatcher
$15,000, Call (334) 794- DVD'S, NAV., BACK UP core, new plugs, new
0751 CAME-RA, LEATHER, 3 i,l.Ihr ar.c1 e. Ptui i i
SEATS, PD 51K, SELL i.nr.arulctr ur.,i W
Ford '07 XLT 250 FOR $36,900 FIRM, Call m,:.r.- gri ,i ir.:.r ,s .
Supercab 4x4 Diesel. 334-684-6291 r..Q.)r uiu1dO! -
mi. Gooseneck ball in Chevrolet '02 Trailblazer "' 5 uIranie 00 ,-i i
bed. Excellent LT loaded, 4WD, 90K mlow, n-qp.L,, .,n. 9
condition. $28,000. Call miles, blue, great condr MUT SELLL FAST'""
334-693-9220. $9,900, (334) 372-4822 ,f ji i 0rr,,..i '3340790
or (334) 372-2415
GMC '97 5500 Cabinep '6 Wrang.C r, 4G .
Chassy, Flat BA, R.'r. w 6spd A PS. soundbar.
ing, any re .:.rble .Ab. specda A hel.S & ,,re.
fer accepIted. L:on't special o1oo-. IS. mir
wait! Qualo, P.l.:.or s1 0 s0129 -376 26 w0
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m i., loaded 1s. r,-, . :. i- "r"I '
crew cab, A', .rj .1' c a f 1 1. I
080, Call 334-191-4176 Chevy Blazer'01, White in s a
AT 6-cyl 4WD, 130k, PB' -1
PS, CD, A/C, AM/FM,
Sunroof, $6500, 334-

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son, cruise, tilt, air, 11d C n r t C r I .
ft. Western Hauler Bed 'Con., '5 ,er,.,' L.- *Field Fence
30K 5th Wheel, 20K m sonable of tr accepted, Jeep '00 Wrangler, .yel- 30 Years Experience *Horse i re Land Clearing
no trades, $47K, Call Don't lose out on this! low, 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 WD House Slabs, *Barbed Wire *Pond Construction 850-209-2809 PLANN
(302)545-1158 684-2126Quality Motors. 45,b miles Power ste C fort Systerns Driveways, Sidewalks *4Ft. and8Ft. Roads Built 5, Rs
C '07 50 uraa. in. c. AC. AM/FM r nine Clearing Fire Lanes Licen ed & In redU 8 u
rE1.- ',ITi r b run .0dil. in '15e", s LE (iuding oold Res unable RatMs, Free Esntimatesu I .CaRt
MC' Duran, O .l 1)1 L scense#CAC0836 Sen ing u rianna .
..i, .... $16.5.,.. ,[lep 94 , i'-, y, .. .:I __.Surrounding.Area.RAI Y.
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mh mi., sun roof, Ithr. 3rdoin LOADED, BLUEso BOOK .- . *
num Wheels 12x36 CaHt'. --01, ing ero r
dial Swampers 'PS, P, seat, heated seats, TV, -$9L675 SACRIFICE ASK- _ __
AC, Auto, AM/FM CD ALL power, new tires, ING $6,995 080 347-l- IN ,L- 1 oi ei
$5500 0BO850762-9333 fact. wrrnty. $12,500 4563 OR 389-4172 a eIor Marianna
GMC '00 Sierra SLE . and-Rover '99 Ran, Vickery Chailitik
power! Excellent Loaded 40Km. Wite l Rover HSE 4.6, fully n Se C o io F7 Prd S llaf .'E lt t ing f t6X ra
perxtene a G A Cay. edl0KCh '0 White do L, 95KE mi., $8 900, ce Struction, LC Priacging
condition. 138k mi. w/ Tn. New tires. 2nd Call. Hme) 790 no taing Commecia and Edginimate Controlled
80004-791-3081. owner, Extc. Cond., (334)797-078 Installation Homes Wood/ & a
$ 3-30 $24,000, 334-899-5903 Lexus '04 LX330mini SUV At BSqFt, ResideCtialln iC m,, oin 24HrAccessot

guard. $9,950 000 7913- 2Id:* Pay Month-E
navigation, rear view Casifd u "
camera, grayish, oexc. 0 a T 4,
Nissan 04',. Frontier XE o--.'- -, a Coob E aC.
trck silver, bediiner, n We Service All
pwr pkg, lots of extra Chevy'0Tahoe,h Makes & Modelsa
4921 Ivmsg 3rd Row, on-star/ Nissan '07 Armada, 10melHIpection
Nissan '04 Titan crew miles, v eryca e 00s & war anty $26 500, J 0f lH owta" i Group LLC 0I*0i
Cab, Black, Pick-up. Au- $18,500, Cal 334-899- Call Jeff 334-701-8303 Comimlercial, Residential, CalW hJGopLjYuLad&M
t o . i c y l 4 W D 4 7 0 0 0 91 9. 7 "a c63 7 6 0 2 0 f rI e, Mci n e b U i L o ad/&2n d on t hsREEi
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ing payoff, Call C 334-333- HrAt, Assurance is alyou need AthaFL $2.65 per m.He
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Ni sn '0or7 Titan 5.6 LE ni "' Lic14ar (Free 3 Day LoadingFe
w/ kn cab Leatheer 3or, i1.'For Cro- FOr O e CKitchen v NACHI Certified
13,500K mi. $24,000 white, t r L,. tunI,0 35-5 Como meetep ectio
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.miles, -AC, CD, e Motors. 34-64-2126 $13 7050 eExcel.CSnd ,uR
good condition, bdin Ford '03 Eddie Bauer Ex- Needs Noth ng, Call CustomcAingluminumy
er pol- ool box 334797- porer V-8ieathe sun 334393f1855 Products Rorinortbleuildings
6186 roof, blue & tan. 89k mi Nsan 02 Pathfinder SE Sree Enclosures lin Home
towinghrkg. Redu ced Loadd w / options Exc. Pools, Porches, Patios, e Building f
$8900,22-254-9774- Con d.12,000'334-447. os Pressure Washing Repairs by
0053 Crarpors Cal for estimates HOME WORKS ae n e Only Blders In
StateCert SCC 131149770 (850) 482-1050 "Beautification
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Toyota '00 Tacoma PrS- services, LLCa GeInstalelations Pc-bpfN WeJoffOS L.er:
gard, tool boo,bnewb31 .1 rs 99 ua'3 ER1301374 William H.Long, Jr. *Delivery & Set-up (within
tires, great shape. 121K Eaie Bauer. Rea a Insured 244 t CO lnal Rd mils)
mi. 334-671-3635. 3rd seat .5.4DV-8 Lth N ssa 06Pathtiode rSE B oePie sSttlSCarpons *ExsRWindows
Toyota '01 Tacoma Pre- $5995. 334-794-2935 8rosf, Third Row, Tow, s oler Qua i4t-Larger Doors
Runner, single cab, 20" -26k, Exc Cond, $20,990 C' io .Au *Over20Colors"To
chrome wheels & side Ford '98 Expedition, 4.6 251 363Sae0424 DyPc O- ChooseFrom
boards, K&N air clean- ene., 1 family,never-H ungflaAPPYIHOMPo
er, 4 cl. b 7autoN b een wrecked, $6200 Nissan '05 Sentra 185 raes REPA ManufacturedFor
c alax- 00, Must sea-to ap- Spec. Ed.,Black5sp1 u B .. i40 Mile Winds
haust, CD, super sharp. preciate. (334) 687-0058a Spoiler $8795. 792 0946s. DoiSer cializelIne Setting 25 Years Experience 0a0Ft'SP1 InancIng WAC
334-464-Ford '07 Explorer Eddie Nissan '06' Xterrax. /C S, Sevicet rceFlor r o Floor To Roof C NEadgrfactrAt
- Ri aarV 3rMrwetblack., V6. auto 33k 01.IT. ITSC131149770850I-o "B
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Toyota '00 TACOMAEpoe.3 S eq" 7Ge65 Exaain Wr ,c, Residentianerlpairs- We Ofer
thGry, gwere ol okdsvd n1thrd2rw1$2c000&0BBEfSemodeinr .ergen.. .C44mercialt
welloy lota O1Tmils vere-$953474 lot.Greymanyr0a ll ual334-i28- 130Nr'
55 $1e 500. 334 2003lHighla, nder 4o 'Dzrande $0TimEUseMing6X "0IeSc2..
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ESV, 1 owner, 92 K ml.,
8,000 mi. warranty, re- ..
$19,000, (334)793-9193 ISUZU '00 RODEO,
BRONZE, Auto. 6-cyl., 2
CHEV '04 Avalanche Z71 WD. 77,000, Loaded,
loaded $18,000 call 334- new tires, Great cond.,
695-2739 $6500, 334-774-5405.
Chevrolet'99 S10 Blazer, Jeep '01 Cherokee, 4x4,
Good A/C New trans., cold AC & CD player,
w/warr., new tires, runs great, new paint,
clean, runs great!!!!! $5500 OBO, Call (334)
$3900. (334) 596-5032 701-3974


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Limited White, SUV.
Auto. 6-cyl. 2WD.
141K, Loaded,
moon roof,
leather int.
Like new. $8,0000.
850-956-9954.





Toyota '04 4-Runner. SR5
Silver, exc. cond.67K
mi. Electric. Leather,
Spoiler, warranty
$18,500 OBO. 791-9595.
630 Vans -
Chevy '88 cargo van 109K
mi. exc. cond. new
tires, $2,500. 334-774-
2791.
Ford 2000 Conversion,
top quality by Mark III,
like new, leather,fully
loaded,must see $9950
OBO 334-687-3171


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Making the Grade,


A midseason report card shows which drivers are under the caution flag


By Jill Erwin
'LapbyLap

There was plenty of moving
.and shaking in the first half of
the season, with Kyle Busch
emerging as the class of the
Sfild. Grades through the first
8 rades- ,

Kyle Busch: A+
The easiest grade to give. He
has won one-third of this season's
races and finished in the top five
in nearly two-thirds. A stupendous
season.

Carld Edwards: A
Were it not for a 100-point
penalty, Edwards would be second
in points.

Dale Eamhardt Jr.: A
Junior broke his winless streak
and finished in the top five in
eight races.

Jeff Burton: A
Burton has regained the consis-
tency that had been his hallmark.

Jimmie Johnson: A
Consistency could be his middle
name. He's finishing races and
safely in contention.

Jeff Gordon: A
The positive? Seven top-five
finishes. The negative? Three
DNFs and zero wins. ,

Travis Kvapil: A
Kvapil is in the top 20 despite
no sponsorship and limited Cup
experience.

David Gilliland: A
Gilliland has limited funding
from sponsors but has managed
to largely keep his nose clean.

Brian Vickers: A
Vickers is 16th in the points,
and he has three top-five finishes.

Matt Kenseth: B+
Kenseth is easily the most
improved from the start, moving
up now to ninth.

Mark Martin: B+
The old man's still got it, finish-
ing in the top 10 in half of his
races.

Denny Hamlin: B+
He has run well, but he's riot
getting the finishes.

Kasey Kahne: B+
Kahne's hot stretch has cooled
off, but he's still in the top 10.


NASCAR Notes
Sor the second time in two:years,
/Tony Stewart had to yield to a
relief driver to finish a race.
A heavy favorite for Jast
Saturday's Coke Zero 400 at
Daytona International Speedway,.
Stewart had been under the
weather all weekend so much
so that he had to get an IV an hour
before the race. Former Joe Gibbs
Racing driver J.J. Yeley, who failed
to.oqalif1 for Saturday's race, was
oh'standby in S.tewart's pit in
cyse'his.-dteam needed him
e got'the call during a caution
period on:lap 72 of the 160-lap
race.
It took less than two minutes fo'
the team to pull Stewart out of the
car and get Yelev strapped in, his
communications connected,.
Sle.vart.had been running as high
as third erly in the'race and was in
the top 10 when he turned the car
over tobele'/, Qtio returned to the
track in '33rd place with. not a
lap of practice in the car
The last time a relief driver .-;as;
used in the Sprint Cup Series was
when Ricky Rudd relieved Stewart
at Dover in 2006. Stewart broke h ;
shoulder in the preceding race at
Charlotte.


LappyLap priorc. by Geotf Buike Getty Images
Kyle Busch, driver of the No. 18 Interstate Batteries Toyota, celebrates in
victory lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coke Zero 400
at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla.


David Ragan: B+
One of the forgotten Roush
Fenway drivers is quietly
putting together a strong
season.,

Clint Bowyer: B
-It's, not a fluke. Bowyer has
followed up last season's break-
out with solid runs.

Greg Biffle: B
Biffle lost three spots in the
,points at Daytona, but he has
'ben.'a solid contender.

Tony Stewart: B
,The three DNFs aren't his'
.style, and Stewart's had a pretty
crazy season.

Kevin Harvick. B
Harvick will be the first to tell
you*he wishes he had more to
show for this season

Martin Truex Jr.: B
- He'sk been solid, if unspectacu-
lar, but he'll need more for the
Chase.


Ryan Newman: B
The Daytona 500 winner is
.talking about leaving Penske if
his cars don't get better.

Juan Pablo Montoya: B
Montoya obviously has talent,
but his patience leaves much to
be desired. -, ..

Kurt Busch: C
He has nearly as many DNFs
(three) as he does top-10 finishes
(four) .

Bobby Labohte: C
He's too up and down to be a
serious threat.

Paul Menard:C C
Menard is hardly tnmore than.an
afterthought on any given week.

David Reutimann: C
Reutimann has had to change:
cars, crews and mindsets.

Robby Gordon: C
He just needs to figure out the
non-restrictor-plate ovals.


Elliott Sadler: C
He just isn't in the same class
as a driver with his teammate
Kahne.

Patrick Carpentier: C
Carpentier shows up every
week and races his way into the
field.

Jamie McMurray: D+
He's not competing at the same
level as his teammates.

Dave Blaney: D+
Finishing 30th or worse in
nearly half the races won't help.

Regan Smith: D
He has to pick up the pace
soon if he wants to be more
than an also-ran.

Michael Waltrip: D
He was on the verge of back-
to-back top-10s at Daytona
before the final wreck.

Scott Riggs: D
There's no reason for this team
to be running this poorly.

CaseyMears: D
Mears isn't a terrible driver,
but he's not as good as the ride
he's in.

Reed Sorenson: D
Sorenson is a non-factor in
nearly every race.

Sam Homish Jr.: D
He's on the verge of falling
back out of the top 35 in owner
points.

Joe Nemechelk D
Nemechek is no longer a
threat.

.AJ. Allmendinger: D
Allmendinger has to be more
consistent.

Michael McDowell: D
A big splash into Cup racing
has been followed by a dribble
in the results column.

J.J. Yeley: F
Yeley's is a satellite team of Joe
Gibbs Racing, yet it's not even in
the same solar system.

Dario Franchitti: I
Franchitti gets an incomplete,
seeing as to how he doesn't have
a ride.

Jill Erwin is a staff writer for
the Richmond Times-Dispatch in
Virginia.


BUSCH
Sprint Cup


BOWER
Nationwide Series


2. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 2504 2. Brad Keselowski 2612

4. Carl Edwards 2437 4. David Reutimann 2588

6, Jeff Gordon 2249 6. Mike Bliss 2473

8. Kasey Kahne, 2177 8. Mike Wallace 2273

10, Clint Bowyer 2159 10. Jason Keller 2157

12. Tony Stewart 2145. 12. Steve Wallace 2079

14. Martin Truex Jr. 2057 14. K.:I, biro, 2028

16. Brian Vickers 2033 16. Kevin Harvick 1781

18 Kurt Bujch 10o4 18 Scott Wimmer 1730

20 Tra,i. K.apil 1801. 20. Denny Hamlin 1525


LifeLock.com 400
* Where: Chicagoland Speedway
ij lO et. Illln -,i .
* When Jul, 1 r, i. p.m. EST'
* Ontheair;TnT T : .
* Distance: 67 lap., 400.5 miles
* Track qualifying record: Jimmie Johnson,
188.147 mph, 2005
* Track race record: Kejin Harvick, 136.832
mph, 2002
2007 winner: Tony Stewart -

Chicagoland Speedway


Track: 1.5-mile D-shaped oval
Banking: 18 degrees, turns; 11 degrees,
frontstretch; 5 degrees, frontstretch

Nationwide Series
Race: Dollar General 300 powered
S.by Coca-Cola
When: July 11, 7:30 p.m. EST
On the air: ESPN

Who's HoIk Kyle Busch. The guy has
dominated nearly everything in the first half of
the season, with ,. Ict.:riE:, and 11 top-10s.

WhO'S Not: Juan Pablo Montoya. He has fin-
ished 32nd or worse in four of his past five races.,




"I don't know
what I'm going to
do when I get there, but I'm
coming."
- Tony Stewart on Lap 27 as he moved
toward the front of the field at Daytona.


_ _S


*mce moves- out front to take the reins of the f ly business

7" h'ianlFralbe,'the thi'rd-gqeration CEO of but too much behind the scenes, Where his Greg Zjpadelli, Tony Stewart's crew chief,
-$ASCAI3i's 'suddenly quiite.'visi'ly engaged and 'father and grandfather c6uld roll in dithe mud said it's all sMiple:' "We need to go to the real
titlh an. rreasingly aggressive stance on the witi.h the best of them, France has worked hard : 'ace tra ks with the real race tires.
r pblic-relaognps font"/in whatis clearly a new to portray a'highly polished image. Too polished, *',We need soai ore-day tests and some two-
gv er-profile campaign for ther mily sport. at timues.. ... ,, day, tests a three-day tests," Zipadelli
Srit couldn't..have;come at a ;better momenth' .Bot w, fve years into his role as boss of. said. "W. eat' reed 20 f6 30 testing-lays each
wilt the economy roiling, fins sweating out the faluiily empire, France may finally be feel- year .... Look, if we're going to New Smyrna
$4-a-gallon gas, weekend sellouts no longer a ing comfortable down here in the trenches too. Beach two or th.ret;fimes a year tight now, and
given, and a new car still One of France's new initiativesis a change in Ve can itstead.go to Loudoti just once, we cart-
a noticeable drag on testing. But it's a calculated move to increase' the not only-ledarn more,' but it will actually cost
competition. sport's profile in the markets.in which it plays. less overall,'
France's performance And if France is sharp, he'll make that move Lbomi' ls-o'said that NASCAR should
,,DAitona Beach effective immediately, not just to,help;deaIe ,a, re tieani to test. only with their Sunday
-- cerntl5y Was certainly guered crew chiefs and frustrated dr) t i;e n rs, ntbrtitutes
one for the books. some "real" laps at the right tradks, but to he.l.;''"lthinkwe should have the opportunity to
. France was pinpoint 'those struggling promoters who heed -l .h- '~ tetist every track we race at," Loomis said.
perfect on each topic, help they can get selling tickets. He could sAn 'rt "'S we need at least 22 days, for the 22 race
and he was cool and by ordering a test at Indianapolis, for the ABC- tracks we run. It's all about building up our
confident in his delivery, ESPN season kickoff later this month. computer simulation, models;.that',where the
in complete command, Actually, NASCAR should have opened up sport is really: ing: . ' -
and exuding the sense testing last year, and maybe that would have "A bigreasqVtdrig'Swenht tQ6,rhdb-car;tems
that this guy really is in Mike m kept teams and manufat.irt6rs i having to and fol-carteams was because of testiing-
"flaltge'of things and not i lhn go down the expensive pathof Coempuiter-sim- they could test more. Even if there is a seven-
just a figurehead, that he Lap ulations. test limit, thiy can still test more. So I think
i, does have the reins of What's the feeling in the'garage ibout, a new NASCAR should focus on limiting the nuniber
the sport and is doing his best to keep the horses testing policy? '', of testirig days.per organization "
I 'running in the right direction. Robbie Loomis, who manages Petty .' So.Petty Enterprisps would get,,say, 22
So if this is the new Brian France bold, Enterprises, said he'd'be in favoirof changing "'''ting days each year, and Roush Racing's
aggressive and clearly in charge it is a verve testing rules immnediately..-, '" .. .ie teams would also only get 22 testing
welcome change. It's also quite timely. "We've tested 33 times already this yea ;.' da?'
This comes as NASCAR hits the big cities on we're going to test another 30 days the' if4tid'i.'.-. "Exactly," Loomis said. "And I think
its annual summer cross-country swing San half of the season, and we're just a small '',: .. i.'!ASCAR is looking at it from that light "
Francisco two weeks ago, Boston last week, team," he said. "So if were going to be testing --------
then Chicago, Indianapolis, then New York like that, I'd much rather be testing at the MAlike Mulhern has covered NASCAR.for 35
City-Philadelphia again, and Montreal. places we're really going to race, instead of at years at the Winston-Salem Journal in North
France, -15, has long been engaged in things, the Nashvilles and Kentuckys." Carolina.




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