Jackson County Floridan
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028304/00561
 Material Information
Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate title: Sunday Floridan
Portion of title: Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna Fla
Publication Date: 4/27/2011
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Coordinates: 30.776389 x -85.238056 ( Place of Publication )
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."
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACA5476
oclc - 33284558
alephbibnum - 000366625
lccn - sn 95047182
System ID: UF00028304:00561
 Related Items
Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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Cave divers to flood area


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set tolilon i111ii1Ui. i,,orloip
I llshi ( the mai (t OIlvenillion for the larg-
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\%I rtfinig to( workshop coordinator and
owner of Chipola I liues Rob Neto, this
event alone is estimated to bring tens of
thousands of dollars to Jackson County.
Several hundred divers are expected to at-
tend the workshop and till area hotels for
the weekend.
'It's gouii to be a oorid weekend finan-
cially for business owners," Neto said.
This is the second time the workshop has
been in Marianna. In J'lira more than m1u)
people travelled here for the event. Neto
hopes to be able to bring the workshop to
Marianna every three years.
The three day event will include a "Fire-
side Chat," which is a social time for at-
tendees. Ihis year, it ill also be a time to
remember a well-known cave diver who
died in July.
Wes skilts% was one of the lit-front ex-
plorers and conservationists in cave div-
ing ".at ianirling to the National Speleologi-
Cal SoCiety .- av l'i% ing Section website.
kdils, lived ill I light u oig. aiid died % hill.
on a dtive ,ilt Biniton Heach in hlly. This
year's workshop is dedicated to skls.'
imneloryt So ie of his c lost friends will
discus his explorations and proit'cts at
the I ne'ithl thatt"
)n atturdav. May 27, several speakers
will prewsInt on topics related to this year's
theme l- xploranition a.ind ( conservation "
Ihe speakers are i!linK from all over the
world to talk about their exploration and
conservation priii. I The presentations
will be at Chipola ('* .ihl. and lunch will
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A diving class gets its gear together before plunging into the caves at Bue Spring
Recreation Area Saturday.

County Commissioners


session held

to discuss


Jackson County (Commissioners met
in executive session with hoard attor-
ney Frank Baker on Tui.tLa at 5 p.m. to
discuss their options in the lawsuit filed
against the county by a trio of pi.. ing
contractors. The board tngagrid a court
reporter for the session. A notice on the
door of the commission meeting room
stated that the purpose was to (11%s LIu
"settlement negotiations or litigation
strategy" in the matter. Closed to the
public as allowed by law, the session was
expected to last no more than an hour.
Any decisions arising from that ses-
sion which require board action would
be voted on in a public meeting of the
The companies Anderson Colum-
bia, Jones Construction and Triangle
Construction are suing the county,
alleging that the local government un-
lawfully circumvented the competitive
bidding process when it "piggy hacked"
some of its paving projects on an exist-
ing contract that other counties had with
two other companies, Florida highway
Paving and Asphalt P.t'. inig ~ sIvns The
jobs in question are pait of a $10 million
paving project iurrei iiunderwVay iii the
county, financed through a loan.
Last luesd-.i Ii mii ldnge John 1.
I ishril II granted the plaintitff,' motion for
an injunction that requires the county to
stop work on the disputed road project*
while the i vil suit works its way through
the court.
According to Fishel's order, the plain-
tiffs have established a 'substantial like
lihood of success on the merits" of the

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store that swls fresh-cut meat. produce
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Ma"ln Address:
PO Box 520. Mananna. FL 32447
Stret Addess:
4403 Constitution Lane
Mananna. FL 32446
Office Hours:
Weekdays. 8 a m to 5 p.m.

You should receive your newspaper no later
than 6 a m If it does not arrive, call Circula-
tion between 6 a m and noon. Tuesday to
Friday and 7 am to 11 a m on Sunday The
Jackson County Floridan (USPS 271 840)
is published Tuesday though Friday and
Sunday mornings Pertodical postage paid
at Marianna. FL

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Conununity Calendar

* Elderare Services All grave out USDA and Brown
Bag food. 8 a m at 4297 Liddon St in Marianna.
Malone City Hall will also gire out USDA food at 8
P Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse hours: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous Open meeting, noon
to 1 p.m.. First United Methodist Church. 2901
Caledonia St.. Mananna. in the AA room.
* Free skills workshop, "Budgeting Show Me
the Money." 3 to 4 p.m. at the Marianna One Stop
Career Center, 4636 Highway 90 E. Suite E, in
Marianna. Call 718-0456.
a Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees convenes
its regular monthly Finance Committee and Board
Meeting at 5 p.m. in the Hudnall Building.

*Jackson County Ubrary Board monthly
meeting, 1:30 p.m. in the Jackson County Commis-
sion chambers. Public welcome.
* Town hall meeting The American Federation
of State, County and Municipal Employees hosts a
town hall meeting on the proposed privatization.of
Sunland, 6 p.m. at the St. Luke Baptist Church. 2871
Orange St.. Marianna. Public welcome. Call 850-
222-0842 or email egeorgi@afscme.org.
a Une, ballroom and singles' dance classes by
Mananna's Gathering Place Foundation, 7 p.m. on
second and fourth Tuesdays: and 3 p.m. Thursday.
Donations accepted: proceeds fund area charitable
endeavors. Call 526-4561 for locations.
* Alcoholics Anonymous Closed discussion. 8
to 9 pm First United Methodist Church, 2901 Cale-
donia St Marianna. in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

SMarianna Super Show an American Quarter
Horse Association-approved show April 29-May
1 at the Jackson County Fairgrounds on Highway
90 in Marianna Events include lumping, reining.
barrel racing. cutting, roping and pole bending. Call
a Free skills workshop, "Employ Florida Mar-
ketplace." 10 to 11 a m at the Mananna One Stop
Career Center. 4636 Highway 90 E. Suite E. in
Marianna. Call 718-0456
* Fish Dinner Fundraiser 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fried

The Marianna Police De-
partment listed the following
incidents for April 25. the latest
available report: One accident
with no injury; one missing
adult, one suspicious vehicle.
one suspicious incident, one
suspicious person. one report
of sickness or subject down.
two burglaries, one physical

one verbal
one burglary
alarm. nine
traffic stops.

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one larceny, one
criminal mischief. one tres-
pass. one report of ob-cene or
threatening caEi, ou.: fovIl -
up investigart;nn r.so ':.er.:;e
compla'nmc one doz c'r..:air.:
one fraud c.rima:-.:. -r.e :e:ai;

fish. baked beans, hush puppies colesla* and
a drnk, all for a $5 donation to Relay for Life To
reserve plates. call Emerald Coast Hospice event
host. at 526-3577
a Today Is the pre-registration deadin for the
Preserving Historical Records for the Instant
Archivist workshop, which will be conducted 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday. May 6. in Marianna Learn how
to care for/protect historical records, and more
Presented by The Artists Guild of Northwest Florida
Inc. and the Jackson County Public Library. Cost:
$15 per person (includes lunch and take-home
information). Call 569-5881.
* Senior Get Together. 6 to 8 p.m. on the last
Friday of each month, near the floral department
of Winn-Dixie in Marianna. Senior singles ages 50
and up encouraged to attend. Form friendships or
get acquainted, with games, snacks and prizes. This
week: Special guest speaker. Hosted by Marianna's
Gathering Place Foundation. Donations accepted:
proceeds fund area charitable endeavors. Call 526-
4561 or 526-7827.
SCelebrate Recovery Adult, teen meetings to
"overcome hurts, habits and hang-ups in'-safe
environment." 7 p.m., Evangel Worship Center. 2645
Pebble Hill Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests). Child care available. Call 209-7856 or
SAlcoholics Anonymous Open meeting. 8 to 9
p.m.. First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledo-
nia St.. Marianna, in the AA room.

a Benefit Bake/Yard Sale. 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. at CJ's
Country Pantry. 4114 Lafayette St. in Marianna, with
fresh baked goods, lemonade, raffles and yard sale
items. All proceeds go to Central Jackson County
Relay for Life. Call 526-3339
0th Annual Sprng Fun Day. 9 a.m to 2 pm
in Greenwood Town Park (Highway 162/Fort Road
in Greenwood). presented by St. Joseph Masonic
Lodge No. 99. Fried fish. barbecue. hamburgers, hot
dogs and more, plus a cake walk, moon walk. pony
rides, arts & crafts, clowns, and a car show. Free
admission. Call 594-6181 or 209-4951
a Veterans of Foreign Wars Flag Disposal
Ceremony, 10 a.m at the VFW Post 2830 on Wynn
Street in Mananna Guest speaker: WWII B-17
bomber pilot Albert J Lane Bring tattered. worn
flags in need of replacement/disposal Call 482-
a Branch Family Reunion Descendants of Elias

.and dI ccy V.iughn !.lix hI.Igatheir. 11 a I ll .it 1e
Christian Covenant I ile Center. .0111 inley Ave in
Grand Ridge Bring a covered dish old family photos
and information about your family Call 219 246
SMarianna Super Show an American Quarter
Horse Association approved show April 29 May
1 at the Jackson County Fairgrounds on Highway
90 in Marianna Events include lumping, reining.
barrel racing, cutting. roping and pole bending Call
A Alcohocs Anonymous Open meeting. 4 30
to 5 30 p m. First United Methodist Church 2901
Caledonia St Marianna. in the AA room
a The Jackson County Pagent will be in the Marn
anna High School Auditorium Call 718-7095

a Florida Department of Corrections Chapin
Henry Ear Taylor will be guest speaker at the New
Easter Missionary Baptist Church Brotherhood
Breakfast Club's regular monthly breakfast. 7 a m
in the church fellowship hall Public welcome
a Marlanna Super Show an American Quarter
Horse Association-approved show April 29-May
1 at the Jackson County Fairgrounds on Highway
90 in Marianna. Events include jumping, reining.
barrel racing, cutting, roping and pole bending. Call
* Neel/Hatcher Famuy Reunion Starts at 11
a.m. CDT in Three Rivers State Park. Sneads
SClassical pianist James Matthews presents
"From Vienna with Love. a concert featuring selec-
tions from Beethoven. Chopin and Liszt. 4 p m at
the St Luke's Episcopal Church. 4362 Lafayette St
in Marianna An artist's reception follows Public
welcome. Donations accepted for the church's fine
arts sernei
SAlcoholics Anonymous Clo'ed discuwion.
6 30 p m .4349 W Lafayette SI Marannna (in oe
story building behind 4351 W Lalayette 't

a Jackson County School Board .orrnne, a
special meeting. 8 30 am Agenda Head 'tart
audit entrance meeting (rvt ar.ota orill tie takenr
Call 4821200
A Alcoholics Anonymous r)ren me'"rn 8 t', 9
, m. Fir;t United M etr.t/jr.1 Chur'h ?r'K Caler,
nua St Marianna. r, tohe/ AA r,'rr,

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Police Roundup

theft, one assist of another
agency and three public service

The Jackson County Sheriff s
Office and county Fire Rescue
reported the following incidents
for April 25 the latest available
report Some of these calls may
be related to after-hours calls
taken on behalf of Graceville
and Cottondale Police Depart-
ments : One drunk driver.
one accident with injury two
abandoned vehicles two susp:-
cious vehicles. n o susp:cio'ou
incidents. three suspic:ous ;e:-
sons" one highway obstruct!or,
one repoW oi mentza :iiness.
tv.o pr.'- ical disturbances
o.e h:;cha:ker or ee-idtr.a
corp!a:n{. tw.o r.gie re-i:der.-

tial fires, one woodland fire. 11
medical calls. one traffic crash.
two burglary alarms, one panic
alarm, one robbery alarm, one
discharge of a firearm reported.
six traffic stops. one larceny
complaint, two civil disputes.
one trespass. one follow-up
investigation, one animal com-
plaint. one fraud complaint.
two assists of other agencies.
one public service call. one
criminal! registration. two trans-
ports and four reports of threats
or harassment .

The folr.Ir.g pe.sor.- s we-e
boYkced int.o :e cour.;:, jail di--:

r.r.lis S;LO'-S 29 "l". ' T,,.; -
r se D .:':...e Ma::.ar.rna. dn-.,:.

under the influence.
a Jason Hayes. 28. 2668 Min-
eral Road. Marianna, burglary
of an occupied dwelling while
armed, aggravated assault with
a firearm, felon in possession of
a firearm, criminal mischief, re-
sisting arrest without violence.
a Shon Heatrice. 31. 4330 Ford
St.. Marianna. non-payment of
child support.
SSirena Perell. 19. 1451 Rudd
Road. (Attondale. possession
of drug paraphernalia. resisting
arrest without 'olence, threats
against a public servant.
a Anthony (,off. 21. 7
Glens Wav. Panama .ity. felorr.


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Iire & Iron Firefighters
Motorcycle Club. Station
202 of lack.otl County.
recently partnered with
parents rtr l sponsor a Bike
Was thlHid fundrai'ier in
support of' Cub Scott Paick

The Bike Wash at Auto
Zone in MNarianna was
followed by the Bike Ride
event, which concluded
with a cookout at Sneads
Park on the shores of Lake Members of Cub Scout P
Seminole. during the group's recent
Seminole. during the group's recent

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out. recr,'uze and der.top out-
g leaderstup potenat among our

The Sneads Carlisle Rose Club presented a Bradford pear tree
to Sneads Elementary School in honor of Farth )Day\. 1 he tree
was planted at the front of the school for all to enjoy. -rom
left. Shirley McDaniel. Helen Drummnond. Helen (rice. SFS
Principal Carolyn Pilcher. SES Assistant Principal Jennifer
Hawthorne, Christine Perw, William Pew and Malba lanier.

presents Pak 300 Cubmater Ted
for the BUk/Car Wash fundraiser.

'ack 300 work to clea a motorcycle
I Bike/Car Wash fundraiser.

Pack 300 Scouts, organizers and supporters gather for a photo during a recent fundraiser In

Students help Habitat

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Martanna High School Family Career and Community
Leaders of America members Cassle Anderson (left) and
Kendra Bennett show two-by-fours that students purchased
and signed. For its community service project this year,
MHS FCCLA members donated money to purchase two-by-
fours for the construction of Jackson County Habitat for
Humanity Home No. 47, the organization's latest build. Club
advisers are Tami Hall and Susie Barber.

Sunland retirees'

luncheon planned



Special to the Flondan

Sunland Center in Marianna
held its annual Volunteer Appre-
ciation Picnic on April 14 at the
Sunland Environmental Park, with
more than 100 volunteers attend-
ing. The theme was "Volunteers
Touching Lives Lifting Spirits."
Volunteer Services Manager
Dawn Glover recognized l5ebra
Baker as the Volunteer of the Year
for her outstanding work and ded-
ication to the many individuals at
Sunland for which she sponsors.
Also recognized was the Volun-
teer Group of the Year, the 39ers
Choir of Chattahoochee. The
group has been sharing its talents
with the people of Sunland for
over 20 years. Following the pro-
gram, everyone was served grilled
chicken with all the trimmings.

Sunland's 2011 Volunteer Group of the Year The 39ers Choir of Chattahoochee.

Sunand Volunteer Servces Managr Dawn
Sunland's 2011 Volunteer of the Year.




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Crossroads Shopping
Center. located at 2816-F
Highway 71 in Marianna.
For reservations or ad-
ditional information.
contact either Barbara
Peacock at 482-2881 or
Theresa Merchant at



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Marriages and divorces.
as reported for the week of
April 18-22.
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and Jonathan David Hall.
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a Guy Marabano vs.
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Fax (850) 526-5264
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All retirees of Sunland
Center. Marianna are in-
vited to a retirement lun-
cheon on li'esdav. May 2.
The luncheon begins at
10:30 a.m. at the Panda
Buffet restaurant in the

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*,,'i 'antll to op' out. t-spite the disagreements over
.M-d r are. there ar ri many people who would do without
,II', healthcare : all If not for the federal program.
Ihe g~.ner:trnern degrees that speed limits are needed
for .afet, reasons but leaves it up to communities to de-
terrmine what limits are appropriate on what roads. The
Jomimrumtl pa, the people who decide when we're
going too fat.. Ard these officers do the job for far less
than th,, could demand from private industry.
W1tar private busitrtness would operate a national
i.hoolI luxich program. providing what might be the
only nutritious nmeJ of the day to millions of children?
An.d is there a company out there that would take on
the rtespi sitbtili of running anything comparable to
H.ead start unless it could do so at a large profit with
high tuition costs? While sometimes things still go
wrong with medications. without the Federal Drug
Administration we would never know if medicines were
prepared with safety in mind. 'he FDA also makes sure
that medicine is more than an expensive placebo.
I here are rules the government enacts that private
industry ightt rnot apply if that decision were left to
thols whose mlain concern is shareholders.
One of the nieost (omimon complaints we hear is that
govflernnent should be run like a business. Which busi-
nels should we hold up aL an example? The auto-indus-
try? Ilow about the financial industry? Or maybe insur-
ance companies or the energy industry (BP, Halliburton
ind TransOcean come to mind) would be your choice.
Many Americans have become suspicious and dis-
tnistfur of government, sometimes for good reason but
more often because they smell conspiracy around every
corner. We forget there are things that government does
very well, things that no CEO in his or her right mind
would take over unless there was a big payoff.
Run government like a business? We'd have to pay the
chief executive a lot more than the $400,000 the presi-
dent gets now. Those overblown salaries and bonuses
in private industry were a big source of the public's
distaste over Wall Street and the bailout. Of course, one
thing that government does very well and something
we'd all like to see less-of is bureaucracy. But just
imagine how private industry would handle red tape
if overseeing benefits, salaries and laws for millions of
people? At least with the present system, we can vote
people out if they're not giving good customer service.
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Get serious about debt reduction


t's finally time to get serious
about reducing the national
debt. It's time to get serious
about the phrase that is used often
but seldom sincerely: "Everything
is on the table."
That means both sides have to
start thinking about economics as
policy, not theology. Republicans
have to back off their insistence
that no form of tax increase can be
part of any deal. Democrats have to
end their determination to pro-
tect every element of every social
program. No compromise is pos-
sible unless leaders in both parties
stand up to the heads-in-the-sand
naysayers in their own ranks.
Anyone in Washington not totally
divorced from reality knew this
day was coming. Politicians have
been spending money they don't
have for a long time now, but they
could stay in denial for one simple
reason: The world let us, buying our
bonds and enabling our bad habits
because the dollar was still the
most trusted currency in the world.
We were not Greece or Portugal
or even Great Britain because the
Chinese kept paying off our credit
But this week that last flimsy veil
was ripped away. Standard & Poor's,
the giant financial rating agency,
lowered America's economic
outlook from "stable" to "negative."
And while Washington's top-shelf
AAA bond rating remains the same,
that could change if a long-term
budget deal is not reached.

The most immediate challenge is
raising the national-debt limit, the
statutory ceiling on how much the
country can borrow. Ihe limit will
be reached by July. but Republican
leaders pressed by Tea Party
types and "no tax" purists are
holding the bill hostage and de-
manding as ransom a debt-reduc-
tion package that does not include
revenue increases. The Democrats
counter with the oldest tune in
their songbook, "The Hands Off
Social Security Rag."
This is madness. The stakes are
enormous, much higher than in the
recent confrontation that almost
closed the federal government. As
Mark Zandi, the chief economist at
Moody's Analytics, told the Wash-
ington Post "The cornerstone of
the global financial system is that
the United States will make good
on its debt payments. If we don't,
we've just knocked'out the corner-
stone, and the system will collapse
into turmoil."
Even if a failure is narrowly
averted, interest rates could rise,
causing American debt payments
to jump as well. The deficit prob-
lem would actually get worse, and
harder to solve.
Fortunately, there are small signs
of hope. Reasonable people in
both camps have finally gotten
the message. The so-called Gang
of Six, three senators from each
party, is actually trying to fashion a
bipartisan compromise. Sen. Amy
Klobuchar, a Minnesota Democrat,
called the group "an island of ratio-
nality" in an ocean of obtuseness
and political game playing.

GOP shoots down Trumped-up
BY DONNA BRAZLE candidates to prove their citizen-
ship by submitting either a "long
ST"'ve made a lot of jokes form" birth certificate or, among
about Donald Trump run- other proofs, a "circumcision
ning for president," said certificate."
David Letterman, "but in all seri- Brewer, who last May signed
ousness, I'm going to be making a a bill that bans the creation of
lot more." human-animal hybrids (such as
We can count on that "The mermaids), said the birther bill was
Donald," as his first wife, Ivana, "just shooting a little bit from the
nicknamed him, started flirting hip." Brewer doesn't think states
with the 2012 presidential race this have the constitutional authority to
spring, and everyone is taking him make federal law.
seriously. Next in line was Rep. Michele
Trump has done what no other Bachmann, who once declared she
national Republican leader has wanted her constituents "armed
been able to do: unify the party, and dangerous." But this week
Republicans are reacting to Trump she single-handedly disarmed
as though they've suffered a home the birthers. When ABC's George
invasion. Stephanopoulos showed her a copy
Trump also may have achieved of Obama's short-form birth certifi-
what no Democrat. or responsible cate, Bachmann declared that the
Republican, has been able to do: matter was "settled."
kill the birther movement. You see. Enter Rush Lmbaugh. who told
Trump fully adopts the birther his listeners that he "didn't know'
movement. For the uninitiated, this for certain, but he wanted to
has nothing to do with Lamaze but share with them his emails: "Some
rather is a conspiracy theory that people think that 'Trump'si actu-
holds that President Obama was ally running at the behest of the
not born in the United States and is Democrats.
therefore an illegal president. Why did the Republican estab-
Ive rarely witnessed such a sud- lishment form a firing squad and
den closing of the ranks against blindfold Trump? First. because
an outsider Donald Trump. After he's messing with their game plan.
Trumps endorsement of the birther Second. because Trump is a formi-
conspiracy. Republicans behaved dable candidate. When a candidate
as though they were jumping off combines media savvy with enor-
the Titanic. mous wealth, hes a contender.
Karl Rove. the political master- I should add that Trump polled at
mind of George \ Bushs cam- less than 20 percent voter approval.
pairr, blasted Trump on Fox while Mike Huckabee actually tied
News 'Hs full embrace of the him for first place. However. no one
bilrhe: is.,ue means that he's off is paying Huckabee any attention:
there :n :he nutty nght.' said Rove. such is our fascination for a brash
who added Trump was now a "joke and flamboyant personality.
candidate In fact. it is Trumps entertain-
Netx: ,p was Anrnna Gov Jan ment iense :hat helps his candida-
Brewe: .'.h-, jtst 'h;s week vetro-d a c- Trurr.ps media ad-ice appears
b::i :h-a: :voulid :eq;ire presidential to come from the same 'go for the

The co-organizer of the Gang of
Six. Republican Saxb\ thaumbliss
of Georgia. is willing to take on the
ayatollahs in hIs own party who
insist that raising trvenue amounts
to heresy. In tdxay's WashinKnon. it
takes bravery to recognlA' reality.
and Chambliss risked excommnu-
nication (if not incineration) when
he told CNN: "You can't solve this
debt problem with just reductions
in discretionary spending. You
can't solve it just by attacking and
reforming entitlements. You've got
to look at the revenue side also."
His Democratic counterpart,
Mark Warner of Virginia, has been
equally blunt with the holy war-
riors on the liberal side, insisting
on CBS that "entitlement reform
(and) dramatic spending cuts" have
to be part of any deal. The math is
simple, he says: 50 years ago, there
were 16 workers for every retiree;
today, there are three. Current
benefit levels cannot be sustained,
The problem is politics. Repub-
licans are convinced that a slogan
of"no new taxes" will win them
back the White House. Democrats
are convinced that they can retain
power by labeling the GOP as red-
fanged foes of Social Security. But
those political calculations have led
to fiscal disaster, a budget shortfall
of $1.5 trillion this year alone. By
playing to their bases, and avoid-
ing bad news and hard choices,
Republicans and Democrats alike
have fueled the current crisis.
Politicians in both parties know
in their own hearts what's right. But
will they have the courage to act?

birther charges
jugular" public-relations school
that New York Republican Roger J.
Stone practices.
Stone, who began his career on
Richard Nixon's campaign, still has
a tattoo of the former president
on his back. He refers to politics as
"performance art"
Hence, we have Trump, an other-
wise staid financier, employing su-
perlatives because the media eats
them up along with his embrace
of the birther conspiracy.
However, what profit is there for
Trump to advocate a twilight-zone
conspiracy theory? The profit is
that the base of the Republican
Party wants to believe it
Some partisan activists just can't
handle having Obama as their
president, and it helps enormously
to pretend the president is illegal
Some Democrats did that with
GeorgeW. Bush for eight years.
The grain of credibility is that
Obama has produced the short
form of his birth certificate. The
long form does exist. Anyone can
go to Hawaii's official website and
read that the director of Hawaii's vi-
tal statistics has seen it and attests
it is authentic.
So why does Hawaii refuse to
show long-form birth certificates
to the public? The answer is that
the long form has all the informa-
tion a good computer hack needs
to assume one's virtual identity.
go online and drain your bank ac-
count dry
The Republican base wants so
badh- to believe the president is
an alien that no proof will budge
them. This explains why Trump is
current a birther and further
explains why the Republican estab-
lishment is yanking the issue out
from under him by declaring the
conspiracy null and void.

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1-lorida House on 'Tuesday
turned aside Democratic
proposals to add exemp-
tions for women's health to
legislation aimed at further
lintning abortion.
I he chamber now is set
to vote on six abortion-re-
lated measures Wednes-
day, including a couple of
bills similar to legislation
vetoed by former Gov.
(harlie Crist last year.
One of the veto replace-
ment bills(HB 1127) would
require women to view ul-
trasounds of their fetuses
or hear descriptions about
them before getting an
The other (HB 97) would
exclude abortion coverage
from insurance policies
obtained through insur-
ance exchanges states
must establish in 2014 un-
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Democrats offered wom-
en's health exemptions to
the insurance exchange
bill and a proposed state
constitutional amendment
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public funding for abor-
tions. liTh exemptions
failed on party-line votes.
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the constitutional amend-
ment's ban on public abor-
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incest and to protect the
mother's life.
"I'm not comfortable
having a requirement that
a women in this state has
to be on her death bed,
has to be in a surgery room
somewhere clinging to
her life, before we require
an insurance company to
pay for a procedure to ter-
minate a pregnancy," said
Rep. Scott Randolph.
The Orlando Democrat
offered a women's health
exemption to the proposed
constitutional amend-
ment. He said it would put
the ballot proposal into
conformity with the Hyde
Amendment, a federal law
that already bans public
funding of abortions but
includes an exception to
protect a mother's health.
Rep. Dennis Baxley, an
Ocala Republican who is
sponsoring the amend-
ment, argued against the
"There is a significant
difference between allow-
ing (someone) to die, even
when death is foreseen,
and intentionally ending
life," Baxley said.
Baxley's proposal initially
also would have made no
exception for rape or in-
cest, but those exemptions
were added in committee.
The proposal also would
carve out an exemption
for abortion to the Florida
Constitution's strong pri-

\acy right. The U.S. Con-
stitution's weaker privacy
right, which the Supreme
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v. Wade decision that legal-
ized abortion, would still
Senate versions of
Baxley's amendment (SJR
1538) and the insurance
exchangebill(SB 1414) also
are scheduled for initial
floor debate in that cham-
ber Wednesday with roll
calls expected Thursday
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would let a woman refuse
to view the image but she
could not opt out of the
description unless she can
document that she was
a victim of rape, incenst,
domestic violence or hu-
man trafficking or that she
suffers from a condition
that would create a serious
risk to her health. A simi-
lar bill (SB 1744) is moving
through the Senate but has
not yet been scheduled for
floor action.
Other abortion bills set
for floor votes in the House
. Make it more difficult
for minors to obtain court
waivers from a law that
requires parental notifica-
tion before they can get
abortions (11B 1247). One
provision would set new
requirements for judges
to consider when deter-
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to make a decision about

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abortion. It also would re-
quire a girl to go to a court
in the circuit where she
lives rather than in her
appellate district, which
is larger, and give judges
three business days in-
stead of only 48 hoirs to
decide each case.
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of prohibited abortions
to include cases in which
the fetus is viable as deter-
mined by a doctor rather
than banning them only in
the third trimester. The bill
(HB 1397) also includes
a variety of new require-
ments and restrictions
for doctors and abortion
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from "Choose Life" motor
vehicle tags to the non-
profit Choose Life Inc. to

facilitate adoptions any-
where (HB 501). Current
law sends that money back
to the counties where it
had been raised for adop
tion purposes. The bill also
would allow Chooose lfe to
spend 20 percent of the tag
proceeds for administra-
tion and promotion, which
currently is prohibited.


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young men and won the
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Department says they tookl
the 17-year-old boy into
custody on Tuesday.
The teen escaped from
the Marion County Jail on
April 19. law enforcement

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had been focusing on the
Jacksonville area after he
was seen leaving a hotel
there on Friday.
The teen had previ-
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10 with another teen but
was later captured. Before
his escape attempts, the
teen was already facing
gun possession, theft and
burglary charges.

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concentration of caves in
the state, Neto said.
Neto said Jackson County
has some of the most beau-
tiful underwater caves in
Florida and people travel
from all over the world to
dive them. An economic
study conducted a couple
of years ago showed cave
diving brings in more than
$1 million a year to Jackson
Neto said cave diving is
continuing to grow in this
area, especially since the
Cave Adventurers diver
shop opened on Merritt's
MIill Pond in Marianna sev-
eral years ago.
For more information on
the workshop or to regis-
ter, visit www.nsscds.org.
Questions can be emailed
to chipoladivers@gmail.

will also see changes. In
the next couple of weeks.
Sears is going to expand
and move to the end of
the center next to Big Lots.

Citi Trends sells clothing Then sometime this sum-
for the whole famih- and mer. Hibbett Sports. a re-
also shoes. lingerie. jew- tail footwear. apparel and
elry. accessories, handbags equipment store, is going
and fragrances, according to move into the space
to the company's Face- where Sears wa&s
book page. Also. earlier this year.
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in 27 states. It sells brands store in the center and
like Rocawear. Apple Bot- added a Career Training
toms. Baby Phat and Ed Center.
Hardy at more than 60 The Oaks Restaurant is
percent off the mall pric- also planning to expand
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Weiner. vice president of into some of the nper.
marketing. space around the re:;au-
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L.:'::.'. IfriCed athit-'.Lflt-nt would
:a'-.c droppi-d Ad'.s' 11V and news-
paper :epirtu-r-s would have ihosed
up at hVe dior she r ..ould hale be-en
fue'.,id u- er and giK\en a big part\
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lit'a! amimore
Alnttricas l Mpulation of cente-
narians already\ thie largest in the
v.orld -has roughly doubled in the
)pdat 20 ldears to around 72.000 and
i's proJet ted to at least double again
I, 2020. perhaps even increase
i e\(in- fold. actioirding to the ( Cisus
Iried turns 10( on l-ridav. Ier
retireimeit conmlunity. lEigewa-
ter Pointe Istates in Boca Raton.
observed her birthday two weeks
ahead of time with other residents
born in April.
"In the '80s. we'd make a big deal
about it by calling Willard Scott on
IV to make that huge announce-
ment," Diana Ferguson, who has
worked at Edgewater for 25 years,
said of the "Todav" show weather-
man known for his on-air birthday
wishes to viewers who hit the cen-
tury mark. "But today we have so
many residents turning 100-plus
that it's not as big a deal."
Fried doesn't mind at all. Sim-
ply making it to 100. she said, is
"I don't want any celebration or
nothing." she said.
Born in Germany, she lost her first
husband in the Holocaust and was
herself held at the Westerbork con-
centration camp before coming to
the U.S. She takes no medication.
moves around steadily with a walk-
er and said she has been fulfilled by
a life in which she found a second

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Christopher Donaldson
Jr. of Alameda were ar-
rested in the case a few
days after FalconSapp was
found dead outside an
apartment complex near
his home. Kimbrough and
Donaldson are charged
on suspicion of murder,
robbery and conspiracy,
among other offenses.
Ezell is charged with mur-
der, robbery, robbery with
great bodily injury, and
additional offenses.
Police in California have
been quoted as saying the
killing may have been the
result of a robbery gone
bad. and have indicated
FalconSapp was lured to
the location where he was
lennifer Sapp Mover
doesn't miss the irony in
the circumstances of her
brother's death. The fam-
ily worried more about his-
safety when he was in the
Navy. or climbing remote
mountains, or embarking
on his many other ad-
ventures than they were
when he settled in Cali-
fornia a year ago. Mover
had relaxed a bit when he
did that. never imagin-
ing this kind of danger
would oertake when he
w-as more focused on less
per.Iou, pursuits.
Mover said she and
:he :est of her famih are
cop-n: a e hbet they can.
.d :hey <:i:l p!an to be a:
[.uke; -ad:uarion. Adriar.
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a nurse
'1 tsull do::: bt&ie et it she ,aid.
I-he ( .:isusi Bureau ei ,late
there \se-re 7 9! .lite-nalians as .of
1s-t 1 Lup from 17 4l01 tlwo detCad c
earlier \\Shlk p l-dctilng longer it
and populatlion growth is dflhicult.
thte tcestrl's hA -end estiniate tort
201 is .'ee 1't.000 terltelariandis. It
highe-st pruljettion puts thei nlitiilltbe
at 4.2 million
I hit'- ha\ bet-eil tle fastestr.-n t%
ing fwgi iIet o uf r po pulation in
terms of aiget. said Ithontas Perls.
director of the New 1-i gland ( enter
nurian Study at Boston university.
Slie rising nuinber of centtlnians
i% not just a byproduct of the nation's
growing population -- theymake up
a bigger chunk of it. In 1990, about
15 in every 100,000 Americans had
reached 100: in 2010. it was more
than 23 per 100,000. according to
census figures.
Perls said the rise in 100-year-olds
is attributed largely to better medi-
cal care and the dramatic drop in
childhood-mortality rates since the
early 1900s. Centenarians also have
good genes on their side, he said,
and have made common-sense
health decisions, such as not smok-
ing and keeping their weight down.
"It's very clearly a combination of
genes and environment," Perls said.
The Social SecurityAdministration
says just under 1 percent of people
born in 1910 survived to their 100th
birthday. Some have speculated that
as many as half of girls born today
could live to 100.
Those who work with people 100
and above say the oldest Americans
are living much healthier lives. A
good number still live independent-
ly and remain active, their minds
still sharp'and their bodies basically

Among his other loved
ones are his mother, Ar-
lene Candy Falcon and his
step-father, Sidney Mc-
Donald. He was preceded
in death by his natural
father, William Donald
Sapp, and his grandfather,
Claude Brown Sapp.
Adrian's last name is
a combination of his
parents' last names, in
the Spanish tradition of
his mother. He has three
brothers, Luke, Capt An-
thony Falcon, who is sta-
tioned in Germany, and
Adam Sapp of Marianna,
who is a half-brother.
Jennifer vividly remem-
bers when Adrian came
along; she was seven
years old at the time,
and relished her role as
big sister. He called her
"Jenner from the time he
could talk, and that pet
name stuck, even when
they were grown. They
were half-siblings, shar-
ing the same father, but
the adults in their lives
made sure Adrian and all
his siblings had a close
relationship throughout
their childhoods. Jennifer
said she is grateful for
that. Adrian was perhaps
the most adventuresome
member of the famih-
from the beginning, she
"'We ahvavs thought he
was different.' Jennifer
said 'Hie wa free-spint-
ed and outgoing, it a.'-ayss
seemed like he had no
worries at all. He loved
to ::a-,el. and he !o-ed
!epie of aJI ci::.u:es and
coun::ie< He sper.: trnme
w-,h the poores; of :r.e

solunld lht-, hai\r gellnall\ n1an
agrtd ok) L u nlnli- ,t!oll, NICklltS%.
and daihihtii tio the nllnd \e',a.ts o
thlirI lir
W\hei I nI Pn ete-' Adtle .i r)tllomt
lw 't \ho ountldd at d mi runs n th
National C(enlttarlt n t Awarrnt-'s
P'rus) tIR .gatln I t o i>nli/ tihe old
ts inim t in'tt otitf th ni t itu l
didn't \r.n Lkun tilt \-i d lt in.lt
narian ts. 'sfn tomh wrt'lk she' talk
to a douen pt' ople %ho ae 1(K0 alnd
older. And inl her 25 eN.u' o it onitat
with tiintelnitan1s. 1 lhe has i culled
mmit manllntl. Ilt .tinling theiln:
*A po.i(tlme but itrelistic aittitul
SA Iovr of lile and ist. of1
a Courage.
a And a remarkable ability to ac-
cept the losses that come with age
but not be stopped by them.
"entenarians are not quitters."
she said.
Peters Adler cautioned against
growing too accustomed to cente-
narians, saying they still deserve
to be recognized. After all, census
estimates indicate they represent
only about one out of every 4,300
"It's a great distinction," Peters
Adler said. "I think we're sort of
shortchanging everything if we be-
come blase about it or say it's not
enough to be 100 anymore, you
have to be 110."
For their part, some centenarians
aren't as wowed by the magic num-
ber. Leo Lautmann, who lives at the
Hebrew Home at Riverdale in New
York City, reached 100 in Decem-
ber. He paused for a moment when
asked how long he'd like to live.
"One hundred and twenty," he
said in Yiddish, before reconsider-
ing. "Maybe 110 would be enough."

"He was free-spiritd and ougoin it a&way
seemed like he had no worries at a..He spent time
with hepoorst of he poor; he a m r df peop
whatever their ciumstances. His laugh was
something to remember"

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poor; he cared for people,
whatever their circum-
stances. His laugh was
something to remember.
You could be in the down-
est mood, but his laugh
would bring you up."
He was always a likeable
young man, remembers
former high school prin-
cipal Steve Benton. Now
the principal at Slocomb
Elementary School in
Alabama. Benton was
principal at Marianna
High when FalconSapp
graduated there.
"He was always laugh-
ing and carrying on."
Benton said."He enjoyed
having a good time. and I
hate that this has hap-
pened to such a vibrant
young man. It's a hard
thing. In my 39 years
in the school system. I

probably know of about
50 young people who
have been killed through
the years. Young people
need to take it to heart; it
can happen anytime, to
anyone, and I'm sure he
would be pleased if they
could take a moment to
realize that time and life is
so precious."
At the time of his
death. Adrian was head
of security for a private
special events company
in California. He had
many friends there, and a
girlfriend Misty Mikani-
katau Rabion. Jennifer
said he loved California's
sun and surf, and that he
lived near the beach. She
often imagines him there,
his blue eyes sparkling
with the joy he always
found in life.

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seeded Holmes (Counmt really changed hi s ipeeds and
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win from a postseason Or l o
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the Blue I)evils' season
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league play during the r t.l,ti season.
The signature victory of ( ottondale- season alne lIi i
due to a career night for sophomore Patrick \h(clain. vh,
pitched seven shutout innings on the mound, and drove in
two of the Hornets' three runs at the plate.
McClain gave up just six hits on the night. walking one. hit-
ting two and striking out six.
"Pat was unbelievable." Cottondale coach (,:g ( hllr said
of his right-hander. "Hie scattered the hits, and he really
changed his speeds and locations aelil. Pat threw gr-,it but
we also played gre.i defense behind him. iHe only struck out
six, so everyone had to make a lot of plaNus behind him. and it
Cottondale's Devin Thomas leans into the turn at third while on his way to home plate Monday night during district seemed like we got big outs at important tieus,
tournament play in Vernon. ',K: HORNETS Fw; !

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The Sneads Pirates used an
eight-nn fifth inning to notch a
13-6 victory over the Graceville
Tigers on Monday in the first
round of the Drstrict 2-2A tour-
nament in Vernon.
With the win. Sneads advanced
to Tuesdav niCiht's e'ffmital
round .igain-I Bozeman. while
the Tigers' season ended with a
record of 7-17
The Pirate scored three runs
in the first inni'ir and led 4-1
when a :ightnin:r delay halted
the gainle for 30 minutes after the
fourth inning
When play resumed. the Tigers
went on top with a four-run top
of the fifth before Sneads an-
swretd with its onslaught in the
bottom of the inning
David Miller singled to lead off
the fifth for (racevitle. and lack
Mdies doubled him home to cut
the Sneads lead to two
ClaT Tnkin. then had an RBI
single to score Miles and a two-
run singe by Huntte Fr\mith ga
the Tiges the 5-4 advantage
But the Pr.ia:e- .:.h.:ced right
back in t e tNttom of the fifth.
tring the C.:'i on a fielder'
choice. and then hre.-.!r: it
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Aaron (;rten to go :p 8-$
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2-1A tournament in Quincy on Monday. Malone was
scheduled to play the Munroe Bobcats on Tuesday
ni;ht in the district semifinals. The title game will be
Thursday at 5 p.m.

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liniothy .Mota and il1.
Ion Vitale (:oinhined for
the final thrte innings to
close out the gaine.
"We got a great start out
of I Ile really stepped up
and threw extremely well
for us," ( :hpola coach leff
lohnson said.
"We used some of our
relievers, and those guys
did a really good job for
Chipola got on the
board in the first inning
when Pensacola State
starter Matt Peek hit Vi-
tale with a pitch with the
bases loaded to force in a
An RBI single by Mi-
chael Revell scored Adam
Bigale in the second in-
ning to make it 2-0, and
the Indians continued
to build on the lead with
three runs in the third.
Peek again loaded the
bases in the inning and
walked Bigale to bring
home another run.
That brought Kelhy
Deerman on in relief, but
ldgar lDelgado greeted

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paired Lar. sm'irkingr 'rhat
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hun with an RBI single to
make it 4-0.
James Boddicker then
hit a sacrifice fly to left
field that allowed Ka-
leb Barlow to tag upI and
score front third for the
final run of the inning.
The Pirates finally
broke through in the bot-
tom of the sixth when an
HI1 groundout by Johina-
thon Beary scored /ach
Magaha to make it 5-1.
Chipola answered in
the top of the eighth with
an IB1l single by Austin
Southall to score Geno
l-scalante and Bod-
dicker each finished with
three hits to lead the In-
dians, while Derrick Pitts
and Delgado had two
Ryan Joy had two hits to
lead the Pirates.
Johnson said it was
good to get one of the
team's primary goals out
of the way after failing to
do so on Saturday.
"Going in, you want to
win the Panhandle Con-
ference and make the
state tournament. We've
got one of those taken
care of, so we're one of
the final eight teams," the
coach said. "We haven't
played our best baseball
yet, so hopefully we'll get
down there and do that
somewhere along the

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will begin on May 7 in
Ilow \er the Indians
still have work ahead, as,
they have not vet been
eliminated from the con-
ference race.
First-place Northwest
Florida State 1 6-7; still
leads by one game with
one to play, and will travel
to Panama (ity today to
take on Gulf Coast, while
the Indians will host Pen-
sacola again today.
(;hipola can't win the
conference outright, but
it can clinch a share as
well as earn the top seed
in the state tournament.
Johnson said that there
will be no resting players
today after clinching a
spot in the postseason.
"We're going to try to
win it." the coach said.
"We want to win. You
never know, Gulf Coast
could slip up and beat
Northwest, and we could
be co-champions. Be-
sides, we've still got some
things we've got to start
doing better.
"We have to get more
consistent in all areas
of the game. We want to
get out there and get a
good day's work in, and
see how everything goes
from there."
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said it needed a few days
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"football activities" can
"It's very chaotic for the
teams right now," agent
Drew Rosenhaus said. "It's
not chaotic for the players.
Our position is the lockout
is over, free agency should
begin, signing should be-
gin, offseason workouts
should begin, everything
should be going on. The
longer the NFL doesn't do
that and drags this out. the
more there are concerns of
collusion and violations of
antitrust laws."
Browns players Josh
Cribbs, Ben Watson and
Reggie Hodges arrived at
the team's training facility
and were greeted by Lew
Merletti, senior vice presi-
dent and director of secu-
rity. Merletti handed them
an official letter.
"It basically told us to

be patient," Cribbs said.
"It let us know we can't
go upstairs and can't have
any personal contact with
coaches or staff. It was
kind of awkward because
we don't talk to our secu-
rity staff unless there is a
security issue, so the secu-
rity issue was us."
Buffalo cornerback Leo-
dis McKelvin was turned
away at the security gate,
told to expect a call from
his coach for clarity on
when he could return.
"If I said I wasn't ex-
pecting it, I'd be lying to
you," said Bills teammate
George Wilson.
Washington Redskins
wide receiver Anthony
Armstrong and linebacker
Lorenzo Alexander were
met by general manager
Bruce Allen and told they
could come in but not
work out. Both left after a
few minutes.

Tre Assocated Press

NFL and the players' union
were in a holding pattern
Tuesday, the day after a
federal judge ended a 45-
day lockout.
Small groups of play-
ers showed up at team fa-
cilities and were allowed
inside, but couldn't work
out. Most left in a matter
of minutes.
League operations were
left in limbo when U.S. Dis-
trict Judge Susan Richard
Nelson said she wouldn't
rule on the NFLs request
for a stay of her order un-
til at least Wednesday. She
said she wanted to hear
from players even as at-
torneys for players asked
her to clarify the order.
The league said players
should be "treated with
courtesy and respect" if
they showed up; it also

at 334-726-1640.
Team Dynamic Youth Wres.
tling Team will continue practic-
ing on Tuesday and Thursday
nights at the wrestling room at
the old Marianna High School.
Practice will be from 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m. All kids in Jackson
County from ages 6 and up are

welcome to join. For further in.
formation. call Marianna coach
Ron Thoreson at 272-0280.

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* Chipotl will play the second
of a three-game series with
Pensacola State on Monday in
Pensacola at 5 p.m., and return
home Wednesday for the final
game of the series at 5 p.m.
a The Sneads Lady Pirates'
eighth annual Lady Pirate Vol-
leyball Camp will be held May
2-4 at Sneads High School from
3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily. The
camp is for girls from second
grade through eighth grade.
and campers will learn basic
volleyball skills by participat-
ing in drills, games, and other
fitness activities. Sneads coach
Sheila Roberts will serve as
camp director. Fee is $35.
with checks made payable
to SHS Volleyball Campers
must have proof of insurance
at registration. Only 50 spots
are available. and registration
paperwork can be done on
the first day of camp For more
information, call coach Roberts
at 209-3769.

a The annual Sneads H'igh
School Athtic banquet wl;:
be held on May 10 at 6 p m
at the SHS grm A srmoed
chicken dinner wil be ser.-ld.
and the awards ceremony
will follow T:ciets are on
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Chipola Field on May 14 at 9
a.m. Those interested can go
to www.chipola.edu and go to
the baseball web site to get a
brochure, or call coach Addison
at 850-718-2243. or coach
Johnson at 850-718-2302. Cost
for the showcase is also $100.
a The 2011 Panhandle
Semnoe Club's annual golf
tournament will be held April 29
at the beautiful Indian Springs
Golf Club in Marianna. Come
join your friends and fellow
Seminoles on the links for a
great afternoon of golf to again
raise scholarship funds for local
FSU students. This tournament+
along with another fund-raiser.
has helped provide$20.000
ver the past frve years to
deservng local students and
help further their education
Registration ard warm-up
will begn at 12 p m. with the
shotgun start at 1 p m for th*s
four-man scrape evernt. Cast
prizes iU ber awarded to the
first-. secorw-, a-d third-piace
teams Addtona prizes ,rk be
grw 'y &ges d're straq-
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lunch is from noon to I p.m..
with tee-off at 1 p.m. The format
is a four-man scramble, with
cost of $65 per player, which
includes cart, green fees. prizes
and lunch.

a The third annual Rob Fower
Memorial golf tournament
will be held May 7 at Dogwood
Lakes Golf & Country Club in
Bonifay. Registration will be at 8
a.m.. with an 8:30 a.m. tee-off.
Format is four-man scramble.
and entry fee is $50 per person.
including green fee. cart and
catered lunch. To sponsoror
pre-register, call Kevin Taylor at
850-326-1525. or Brian Taylor
at 850-381-4894.

a The 3- annual Traick
Construction Company Bring
Your Od Buddy golf tourna-
ment will be held May 7 at
Indhan Sprngs Golf Course m
Mariannna The format Is a two-
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a In the Marianna Lady Bull-
dogs district softball champion-
ship story in Sunday's paper.
the MHS third baseman. Linsey
Basford. was not correctly

a District tournaments begin
this week. with all five Jackson
County teams in action. In
District 2-1A. Malone will travel
to Quincy to play Altha at 2:30
p.m.. and would play Munroe
on Tuesday at 5 p m with a win.
The title game will be Thursday
at 5 p m In District 2-2A in
vrnon. Gracevilte will take
on Sneads at I p m. with Cot-
tondale facing Holmes County
at 7 p m The winner of Sneads
vs. Graceville will play Tuesday
against the winner of Monday's
game between Blountstown
and Boernan The winner of
Cottoodale v Holmes County
will play the winner of Monday's
game between South Watton
and Vemno The title game
wil be Thursday at 6 p m In
the District 1-3A tournament
in Chipley. Maruanna will pla
at 4 p m on Tuesda) against
the winner of Monday's game
between Wattor and Bay The
championship, game will be
played Thursday at 7 pm

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Dear Anmde: I have known "Cathy" since
grade school. We are now in our 50s. In
the past several years, we have become
close again. Last summer, I set up a
luncheon with "Lois," a mutual friend of
ours. Cathy also brought two of her own
friends. The women seemed nice, and we
got together a few times for dinner and
we also took a few trips as a group, but I
always felt like a third wheel.
I haven't heard from Cathy much lately,
so I finally asked her if something was
wrong. Evidently, her friends aren't crazy
about me. Lois informed me that I had
done some things that made them angry.
One was that I left the beach early so I
could get ready for dinner, and the other
was that I didn't participate in a discus-
sion. (As I get older, I like to listen more
and talk less., I barely remember these
things. but I apologized to both ladies for
not being more in tune with their feel-

ings. My husband and other friends were
astonished that grown women would be
so angry over something so trivial.
I haven't been on a trip with these girls
in months and am not sure I want to
Meanwhile. Lois and (,athy have hbe orne
very close. I still talk to Callihy. but she
seems distant. I am sir k over this. ( n
you help? SICK IN S(.HANION

Dear Scranrtc Please try to understand
that this is not a reflection on your ability
to be a friend. It is simply that you do( not
fit into this particular group of women. It
could be that Cathy's friends are jealous
of your longer relationship and are trying
to marginalize you. Or it simply could
be that you have different tastes and
emotional needs. The best way to retain
your friendship with Cathy is to remove
yourself from this group. See her on your
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$25k Call for appt 850-569-2870/693-6353
Custom Cavaler Moble home for sale 16x80, 3
beds 2 bath. Master bed w/walk-in closet &
garden tub/stand-up shower. All appliances
are included. Priced 13K. Must be moved. 850-

4-Woheeler 9Honda Formnan SES warn
winch, with warranty $6,600. 334-379-8809
after 3pm. DO 12216

Arctic Cat 4 wheeler 97 S- new tires, great
condition, hardly used, green, $4000.
Call 344-685-0435 D012197

Honda '97 TRX9M 4-wheeler Like New Cond.
S1300. 334-792-8018 DO 11023
POLARIS 6, Ranger, 700 Fl, Cameo, 4X4, 230
hours, excellent condition, $6,200 or trade
for tractor or boat 334-687-4686

Boat Storage- 984 Bruner Rd. (S.Park/Taylor),
12w x 32d x 10h, Free water, power & air,
Mgmt. lives on site, Upholstry services availa-
ble on site. 334-797-0523. 334-792-8628,
ddismukesacomcastnet DO 12123

i '07 Bass Tracker PanFish 17 with 40
Mercury 4 stroke, warranty, low hours like new
58.950. 334-714-5860 DO 12101
BOSTON WHALER '86, Center Console, 17ft,
90 Nissan Motor, Trailer Included $8,000
334-487-3334 00 11976

Hydro Streau Bass Boat with 150 HP
Msamso outboard, ne trowbg motor
-ew carpet 2 props
S 49 8M-3964137 DO ll168
Pioelt ,t Mack Eagle- fbergass boat,
stick stee'R. 40 HP. Evinrude Ath -poer tilt.
completely rebuilt ethanol frnd', fuel sste n.
new steerrng cable. trolling rriotcr. fisn finder.
ac ds corverter and ew e ue tar<-.

SaAboat 7E-Catafta U. 2

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334- ST73433. REDC SL2,m _

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Wath 79 27 f. lr be&a. 3T draft. 35
hba. I HP Yamnor excalewt canditionx.
SL5M- 134- 97-2167 334-713-ft29 DO U2O
LocIte at Plrt Sagt Joe 4
Xpress Sass Boat -. : -

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Sras asaw, am.i oUgood condotr. L19 m 0.
:Cadn4-712-3402b ea iii mmI DO l0"

Cam WmW B" $ skeegs &
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Reannc 3379-4462

30 foot.

,kvu.: slidng excel.-
Slent condition, new tires.
must see to awe*ate.

Dtchim 3 26" Travel Trailer $11,500 Has
dual entry doorscanopy awninMl sllde.dual
propane tanks, fresh water tank. Kitchen &
bedroom LOADED. Propane or electric. Central
heat, AC units, New tires 334-793-7791
DO 12094
Do Ie... tas. Trav4e Trlalr
6. 388.DSL Sleeps 8, Has 2

$I7.99S. Caln 344-641M
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FLapstaff Pop-up Camer p Sleeps 6. A/C,
2.5CF Refrigerator. 168TU Heater with electric
ignition, self storing awning. $3900 334-677-
8645 DO 12167
FLEETWOOD 15 Prowler AX,. Sth wheel, 36 ft.
4 slides, large shower, 30/50AMP. $22.000 OBO
Call 334-695-4995,334-687-7862. DO 11065
REDUCEDf l Mo nt 'S 5th Wheel,
4 slides, king bed, excellent condition,
s$25, Cal e 8604-7-2 U1
Suey loo r5th wheel 2 2750SL 28 w/slide
out. Q-bed, Like New, kepted under shelter
compare to show room. price $30K, Will sell
$12K 334-248-2629

1993 Whmebago Vectra 35
Diesel Pusher. Well main-
tained and sheltered. Cum-
mings diesel. 10-12mpg. A
beautiful 1993. Prepared
for Alaska trip but sick-
ness stopped that. No slides. Complete service
records showing years of maintenance. $28,000
334-677-3299 DO 12205

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Fleetwood Prime Time Coachmen Honda '08 Accord
a Forest River 4 door, FULL WARRANTY! LIKE NEW!
$200 down. $249 per month.
Service Department GREAT GAS MILEAGE!
Parts and Acces. Store Call: Ron Ellis 334-714-0(R8. DO 12154 .
RV Collision Center oe Ma 94 M

Located off 0 Ext 7 / S Tan Priced at $3,900.
32 Green Acm Dr. 2180 Montgomery Hwy.
Do Fek Sprbeg, 32435 Call 334-714-2700 or
Saes and Servie 451- 334-671-7720. DO 11820
wwwA rv DO 2 Lem M L0 14

Ford 193 Cbse C 24 ft Metor Hoe, excellent m mI.Gold w/tan leather int.
condition with lots of storage, fully loaded, flat heated seats, excellent con-
screen TV, sleeps 5, barely used. 10,890 miles. ditlon $7,500 334 333-3436
$9,000. 850-482-3477/209-7274 DO 11781 or 334-671-3712
WELL KEPT, ONE OWNER-'98 Fourwind uLcol 06 T-.w sba mftlre -Must Sefl.irch
TriTon V-10, 31 ft. Motor Home, New tires, Silver with dove gray leather interior. V8.,all
new AC, new battery, new awnings, $20000 power 70k mile, school teacher driven, no
new33423246127damage, non54 DO 1105-smoker, ncallw tires $155003347917330. NEG
334-232-4611, 334-695-2754 DO 11058 CallJ334-791-7330 DOI11978

CompMter dek with hutch, pullout keyboard
tray. Good cond. $75. 850-482-7507
Stowe. Jenn-Air stove + gridd&e, grills. rotisserie
access. %on-workirg oven. r$2. 850-482-7505
2 Sets of l M bed raNkMc 25 each
850-272-4305 senous i nuines orty
AccrdAw- full size. mother of pearl and go4d.
-~ae" r, ?a, Al cond $50. 850-352-2103
Baby mItr great condit>on. $30 850-352-
s~e irt 2S 5 speed .o v63. 239-272-8236
Bole MTDTwr, $100 080 850-352-4917
Bread mi a WELBJLT 1 -,a'.. iwe r'* 5$45
Caneo C 3 rC / fa.vs arjle & flasaL.
2;:-o.: t- *-s & a- ss- $3. 85--482-7665
.:. 5Ch s, .e.'dr, .. u,'V..t -.v, NICE 7S

Cherry E vrtadboam Caeter, &2Y,

Coffeetable -'s-:,a.-e. ;as s A -30-aT

ConnerdaJ Jicr- js.e -.r-rs'. 145. Ca,

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Ks CAR Uttle Tykes Cozy Coupe EUceernt
condition, kept inside, 850-447-4212, $25
KMIches table, 4 chuAs m tdc to match 1275
takes all 850-592-2507
Large Sota Spcover. f urgandy. 50 850-209-
4500 __
Lt*le TMes Cary CAMpe, Ec*tlit cndrt*on.
ktIr', id 25-P5 8-5,43 __i_5-
Log Spter 25 TOS MTr Yard kIact.ne Log
$plrtie' &HP B&S 1 250-5-2 _____ _
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Mc'rOW e. S-a3. Thtrte. :e r 5,30
KMMaeram Grs dots sz 6-12 SI ea.ch
$6/bag 850-372-2419
Oak Fe Cab*et. $30 850-209-4500
POtN Fraftan Voice Be%. cutes .c.ce
to-)f qrtarj) $25 850-526&-3426
Tap fr otr a u. $35 850-526-3426
TWes CO-'GriET.AL TIPES P245R70 17- $85.
Ties 4 EG-E TEE5 2225P, 26'. $175 OBO.
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Tw'i mattress, box sprthgps ad frame brand

VACULITE Vacm Sealer Ne, t./asc $75
YWtage Wkie Table with 4 chuirs $175
Womaw Tommy H~A)pir Jea size 7 $5 850-
Womel jacket :l( Br,.,n Shearling. Nice Lg.
Sh-. .50-i2-257

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B Vee S64 &J optN s. besthef &-f 1wh b I 1o
hee* CA& ,txt,) like ne 63* ,T&Ufs $S5o,-f
ZM as heft a Te_ icar :
Pro Senes. Gray. aflt

Loaded "tlhess ta in
50.000 mukcs. Sun ro4 and bluoe tooth G ,at
cofoost ?11,500. CAll 134- *.74 DO 1 196

power door lock cruise. 6 CO Dchnoi. lduml
power sestl. fe w poilef. l tf in cobol. Afow
whrfel ?,000, 4-797- 7137, DO 12191
13 C.o m 6e d 4m in very good
cod.. rate 4-sped man. tramt, veryy cmoo h
shi in a draem to drive, a bargtun att &00
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BMW '05 Mini Coopef
LIKE NEW! $200 down. $249 per month.
Call:oRon EliHs 334-714-0028. DO 121S3
BMW *6 4MI US 251apet apprwaam P.
FoRy Le ~d a OT Gry ltherm UK oml.
I16, lS. 1q5-44H DO.1223 .
CadI c V7 DTS fully loaded. leather interior
tan in color, 29K mi. $21.000. 334-693-3980
Cbmrwet '14 Avalahe, Black, gray accents.
Auto 4WD, leather, all power controls, sunroof.
Bose speakers, rear ent system w/DVD player.
taller package. 6 CD changer, heated seats. 17
in wheels, more! $9500 negotiable. Call Kristy
at 334-397-2207 8 a.m.-8 p.m. DO 12009
I 3 C 1iry cW 06 3iv C with
Hemi. Custom Paint.
Rims. Sunroof. Rockford
Fosgate Stereo System.
$12700 OBO 334-494-7312 DO 11125
Ford 11 LwarWt 73 Diesel, 147K mi. Forest
Green, Leather interior, Loaded. Sth wheel
hookup $9800 334-899-8118 00 12004
gFord '65 Mustang.
Many accessories with
car. $5500.00 or possible
Stride. 2180 Montgomery
Hwy. Call: 334-671-7720.
Financing available.

e miles. V6. auto trans. A/C.
New muffler, cassette/
am/fm stereo, good tires, wire wheels, inside
good condition. Needs paint & minor repairs.
Does not bum oil. Runs perfect! Asking $2,500
334-793-5534 DO 12201

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gOQgO 300 334-4-8321 DO 12235
Vokswae.s9i sBeethe
Cone ertibli GLS- 5-spee-d.
Ieathe'. Kleaded, onlyl 19K
t miKes. E-0.tllent condition.
$- 12.900. Call 334-714-4001

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Honda'96V TX 13U A5.:-: 3. -::->. 24K
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to pce! DO 11967
I o sd used parts
S334-7924 64 4w
24 hour towing

6 Heeds C 10 Dirt Me compared to 2010
md# $3000. new. like new, ridden approx. 15
times, WUM sl $1654. 334-726-126 Peyton

2W7 Yamaah VStar 11W Priced to Sale, Cus-
tom Midnight Edtion with ONLY 3,500 miles!
Has saddlebags, removable shield, $700 pipes
and chrome engine guards. Just had carbs re-
built at local Motorcylce Shop. $4,500 Call Doug
64-6927,. DO 12096
ELECTRA GLID -'08 Ultra Classic w/Lehman
Trike Conversion, less than 3000 miles, tour
package, luggage rack, trike cover $27,500
334-69S-435* DO 12058
Ford 293 F3S*, 7.3 Itr diesel, 4 door, black, su-
per duty, excellent condition, 214k miles, new
tires, $14,000 OBO 850-573-6232 DO 12080

FORD '89 F15i, 4wh, 4x4
Auto, $4,600 or reasonable
offer. Call 229-334-8520,
229-296-8171. DO 11892

r Hariey066SportseXL-
1200C, 3940k mi. 2 seat
screaming eagle, pipes,
Windshield $6900
Call 334-806-6961
Harley Davedson W Electra-4de- stock seat
and corbin solo seat, detachable sissy bar and
luggage rack. black $7500. Call 334-237-0677
HaiKty dsakon' 12 Sporwter 1200 custom Ilk
miles, chromed out. $6500. Call 334-691-3468
or 334-701-3855

Honda Shadow
2180 Montgomery Hwy
Call: 334.671-7720.
Guaranteed Financing!!
DO 12191

Kawasaki MW Vumcan 9 ,
A 7k Miles, windshield,
backrest, saddlebags and
more $4300 334-791-5282
DO 12242

Kawasaki '99 KXF2SO
Motor by BPM, 2 brothers
performance pipe. Very
fast bike for the motor-
crossing extremist
SVW '02 Custom made VW
power Trike. All chromed
engine.Custom, one of a
kind paint job and wheels,
Adult ridden. Fire engine
red. 23K miles. New tires,
garage kept, custom cover, AM/FM CB. RE-
DUCED $17,995. OBO $44,000 invested. Call
239-410-4224 for more details.
Yamaha 'O4 Custom Siverado 1100,
black & mocha scheme, cobra pipes, chrome
driving lights, hyper charger, luggage rack,
blue neon accents lights, many more options
$4,250. 3348-6071 0012227
Yamaha '99 XVS1100 42K mies. REDUCED
$2,800. 080 334-726-1215 or 334-477-3152

Honda 1962 C102 super
cub 50.4k miles, Black &
white, good condition,
7A ," ~electric start 3 speed.
$2500. Firm. Call noon (M-
F) 334-347-9002

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addirti Tractor $4SM. Ca 334-237-32 0012211
Ford V9 FIS Lar.at Mj Trucik. A. C. 351 en.
sine, long bed. $35 b50-4&2.8003 DO 12186

S6 cinder. automatic.
cold air. loaded. 9,000
miles. LIKE NEW! $6500.
Charles Juhnson Autou.
Call: 334-790-7959. DO 12033
GMC'94 15M Ext. Cab. Cold air. 09 Rebuilt
Engine and transmission. New, ties. new paint.
new battery, very clean, good truck $4495 314-
333-1291 OR 334,793 3494 DO 12173
IH 1446 Combhe. Field Ready. Grain Head and
Corn Head. $9,500. 850-415-0438
-COND. $11,600..
334-693-4987 DO 12155
Tractor l Kubota M-120 DT- 4x4 with Kubota
loader 12Ohp LA161 meeds repair 31W hrs.
I oringi tres 5M engine, fuel tanks ok.
REDUCED $M4. 060 or trde for tractor.
S854 -212-6964 4o
Tractor Equipment, 6' Box Blade, good condi-
tion $350. 334-792-8018

1997 Nissan Quest, New Tires. Carfax History.
$3,000 OBO, Call 334-477-2271 or 334-477-4905,
DO 12202
Dodge 2000 Caravan gray, runs good, great
condition, very clean, 158k miles $1,995.
Call 334-793-2142 D012103
Pontiac '99 Montana V-6, One owner. 4 cap-
tains chairs, 3rd row seat Needs some work.
$3,600 Serious inquiries only call 334-693-3141
9AM 8PM ONLY. DO 12014

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and honest price!
$225. and t DO11208
I Wreck Driver Needed, vehicle provided. "
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government crackdown on
the popular revolt against
President ij ,h.ir Assad,
witnesses said.
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berated through I)Draa, a
Syrian human rights group

said authorities detained
dozens of people across
the country, mainly in sev-
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including the town of Dou-
ma and in the northern
coastal city of Jableh.
A relentless crackdown
since mid-March has killed
more than 400 people
across Syria, with 120 dead
over the weekend, rights
groups said.
The S,rian army, backed
by tanks and snipers, killed
at least 22 people in a raid
launched before dawn

Monrida% on Daraa.
World leaders expressed
concern at the mounting
bloodshed, with the United
States starting to draw up
sanctions against Assad,
diplomats hoping to send a
strong signal to Damascus
from the United Nations,
and the prime minister of
neighboring lurkty tele-
phoning the Syrian leader
to urge restraint.
The assault on Daraa ap-
peared to be part of new
iiraieg'. of crippling, pre-
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opposition to Assad.
It took more than a day
for residents of Daraa to
start pulling many of the
bodies off the streets of
Daraa. with rooftop snip-
ers and armr forces fir-
ing on people who dared
to leave their homes. One.
man, ZaherAhmad Avash,
was killed as he tried to re-
trieve the bodies of two
brothers, Taysir and Yaser
al-Akrad, said a resident,
who asked to be identified
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tuesday for gubernato-
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thirds of Nic:.ar. s rates.
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hardest hit by the post-
election violence that left
charred corpses a-,ri the
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