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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
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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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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Senate puts back prison funding


BY DEBORAH
BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jackson County
Commission n.
Chairman Jeremy
Branch said
Wednesday that cor-
rectional officers at
Apalachee eh e"'
Correctional Wait McNeill
Institution are
expressing "overwhelming relief' in the
wake of news that a threat to their jobs and
the institution was quashed Wednesday in
the Florida Senate.
The Senate struck language from its
proposed budget to close two state prisons
and privatize a third. Although no specific
prisons were named, ACI was reportedly a
target.
The Senate Ways and Means Committee
last week approved a budget provision
calling for the closures and privatization,
with the goal of saving $20 million.
Inmates would have been transferred from
two unnamed prisons, which would have
been closed, to the new $113 million
Blackwater River Correctional Facility in
Milton, which is to be privately operated
by Boca Ratbn-based GEO Group Inc.
The agreement still allocates $22.6 mil-
lion in operating funds to open the 2,224-


Rhonda and Amber Dykes show their support for Apalachee Correctional Institution
during a rally in Sneads Tuesday. On Wednesday, the Senate approved a change
to the proposed budget that restored most of the funding for the state's prisons; -
Mark Skinner / Floridan


bed Blackwater prison, but gives the
Department of Corrections the flexibility
to determine how to achieve agency-wide
spending cuts totaling 5 percent.


DOC Secretary Walt McNeill said he
wants to take one dorm's worth of inmates
from each of 17 Florida prisons and move
them to Blackwater.


Under his plan,
job positions would
be transferred to
Blackwater via attri-
tion, as people at
state prisons retire or
quit. As dorms at
each institution are
closed, McNeill
envisions the work-
ers displaced would
Al Lawson be moved into empty
positions at the pris-
ons where they already work, when possi-
ble. Their old job slots would be trans-
ferred to fund Blackwater.
There are currently 15 job vacancies at
ACdI which has roughly 600 employees
and about 2,200 beds - roughly the same
size as Blackwater.
Branch said several correctional officers
contacted him following the Senate vote.
"What we have done here today can best
be described as avoiding disaster," Branch
said. "Correctional officers have expressed
to me that they were, for once, glad to see
our leaders in Tallahassee stand up for our
citizens and win on our behalf over special
interests."
At a rally Branch helped organize in
Sneads Tuesday, several of the hundreds
attending carried placards protesting the
See PRISON, Page 4A �


Florida loses out


on education grant


But some

federal money

may still be

available
BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Florida .ill nut be receiving
the $1.1 billion it bid for Monday
in the federal "Race to the Top"
contest. The competition offered
a $4.35 billion grant to the win-
ning statess, to encourage educa-
tion reform.
Officials say Florida lost out
because it fell short on school
district participation and teacher
union support for the effort.
Florida ranked fourth out of the
16 finalists, with Tennessee and
Delaware scoring the highest.
The two states were chosen as the


recipients of the first round's
$600 million in federal funding.
Georgia came in third.
The Sunshine State does, how-
ever, get another shot at the edu-
cation money on offer by the
Obama administration in round
two of the competition, which is
open to any state.
With applications due in June,
$3.4 billion still on the table and
seemingly firm opposition from
state districts and teachers,
Florida s education officials will
still have their work cut out for
them. Yet even with $3.4 billion
up for grabs, Florida is limited to
a maximum of $700 million this
time around.
The Associated Press reported
Monday that the two winning
states had near-unanimous union
acceptance, along with an educa-
tion reform plan that included
every child in the state.
Florida's plan only drew sup-
See GRANT, Page 4A >


Head-on injures four


intersection of


Four people received minor injuries in this two-vehicle, head-on accident at the
Russ and Lafayette streets in Marianna Wednesday.- Mark Skinner / Floridan


Emergency director gets state award Malone man
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STAFF REPORT
Jackson County's Emergency Management
Director has been tapped to receive the 2010
Florida Emergency Management Award,
given each year to just one emergency man-
agement director in the state.
The award will be presented in May at the
Governor's Hurricane Conference.
Rodney Andreasen, the director here since
2001, said he was honored to be selected.
The award is given "for outstanding
progress and accomplishment in the field of
hurricane preparedness, response, recovery,
mitigation or research," according to a press
release about the award.
Andreasen was nominated by his regional
director, who oversees 10 counties.
Andreasen is dual-certified as both a
Florida Professional Emergency Manager,


through the Florida Emergency Preparedness
Association, and nationally as a Certified
Emergency Manager through the
International Association of Emergency
Management.
He is one of 21 professionals in the state to
hold dual certification.
The award considers nominees' entire body
of work from the time they enter the emer-
gency management system.
In the nomination, Andreasen's accom-
plishmentsi before and in the wake of
Hurricane Ivan and other crises were cited..
Also in the package were notes on his work
in obtaining a NOAA weather radio transmit-
ter for the Sneads area, his success in getting
grant money to buy NOAA weather radios
distributed to local citizens, and his success-
ful pursuit of funding to build the new coun-
ty emergency management center.


Report says Fla. jobless recovery faces long hau


BY BRENT KALLESTAD
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
TALLAHASSEE - Florida's
employment market will take
years to rebuild, according to a
new report that predicted 900,000
non-farm jobs lost the past three
years wouldn't be restored until
at least late 2014.
The Center for Fiscal and
Economic Policy, a Tallahassee-
based think tank, also said
Wednesday that some may never
come back.
Many of the nearly 300,000
lost construction jobs and another


188,600 in other business sectors
that depend largely on Florida's
past rapid population growth may
not return for many years, if at
all, as the state's population stag-
nates in the slumping economy.
Even if Florida employment
grows at the previous record rate
of about 210,000 jobs per year, it
would take nearly five years to
restore the jobs that have been
lost since March 2007.
"It is in my opinion that we
will not reach that rate of job
growth," said John Hall, execu-
tive director of the policy group.
He noted that the number of lost


jobs in Florida would have been
S.greater without the stimulus dol-
lars provided by the Obama
administration.
"Recovery from the current
downturn is likely to be slow and
difficult."
Florida is already suffering
from the worst unemployment in
its history. The state's 12.2 per-
cent -rate in February was the
highest since it began keeping'
count 40 years ago. It represents
more than 1.1 million looking for
work.
Florida's Republican-led
Legislature is already laboring to


balance a budget without raising
taxes and to find ways to create
new jobs.
The report suggested lawmak-
ers focus on measures to rebuild
the state economy with a greater
proportion of higher-paying jobs
while also meeting the needs of
workers and families trying to
cope with job losses and financial
pressures..
Their effort is complicated by a
tax structure dependent on
growth and a job market with an
inordinate number of low-paying
jobs, many of those in the service
sector.


Taces fluony

assault charge
STAFF REPORT

Malone resident
Arseno Roblero-
Perez, 39, was
arrested Monday
and charged with
felony aggravated
assault with a Arseno
deadly weapon. Roblero-
According to a Perez
Jackson County
Sheriff's Office report, Perez
allegedly threatened two victims
with a pocket knife.
The report states Perez alleged-
ly attempted to cut two other
Malone residents with the knife,
and made death threats against.
them while in custody.
Major Donnie Branch of the
sheriff's office said Wednesday
that officials are looking into
Perez's immigration status.
Perez reportedly had no docu-
mentation to prove his status at
the time of his arrest.
Branch said should Perez turn
out to be in the country illegally,
he would be turned over to the
state.
"Generally, we notify
Immigration if the defendant is in
fact illegal, but only when local
charges are disposed of will they
be deported," Branch said. "But
with Perez facing felony charges,
he may be here a while."


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FLORIDAN
Publisher - Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jcfloridan.com
Managing Editor - Michael Becker
mbecker@jcfloridan.com
Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski
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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-361.4
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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some reason it does not arrive call
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Subscription
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publisher shall not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion 'of the advertise-
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whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
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the amount paid for such advertise-
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knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
on legally protected personal char-
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How to get your
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publish news of general interest free
of charge. Submit your news or
Community Calendar events via e-
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Fees may apply for wedding,
engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. .Forms are avail-
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Photographs must be of good qual-
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Floridan reserves the right to edit all
submissions.


Getting it
Right!

The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.


April 1 - Thursday I
* Covenant Hospice offers a free month-
ly Alzheimer's support group for caregivers
at the Marianna Covenant Hospice branch
office, 4440 Lafayette St., in the old Danley
Building across from the courthouse, 1-2
p.m. on the first Thursday of every month.
Attendees will have the opportunity to
explore their emotions in a safe, caring
environment. Light refreshments served.
No cost; registration required. Call 482-
8520 or 888-817-2191.
* The Southeastern Community Blood,
Center mobile unit will be at the Marianna
VA Clinic, 4970 Highway 90, 2-5 p.m., or
donate blood at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive in Marianna,
Monday-Friday, 9 .a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-
4403.'
* AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free
tax returh preparation and e-filing services
for low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons.over 60, in the con-
ference room .of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 4:30-7:30 p.m.,Services con-
tinue Thursday evenings through April 15.
For an appointment, call 693-0873.
* A Florida Department of Transportation
Public Information Meeting is 5:30-6:30
p.m. in Sneads Town Hall, 2028 Third
Avenue, regarding an upcoming project
that involves milling and resurfacing the
portion of SR 10 from just east of Desoto
Avenue to just east of Third Avenue. Call
415-9479.
* East Jackson County Relay-for-Life
meets at the West Florida Electric Office in
Sneads at 6 p.m. This will be the last plan-
ning meeting prior to the relay event. All
track markers must be turned in tonight.
* The Jackson County Quilters' Guild Sit-
n-Sew is the first and third Thursdays of
the month, 6-8 p.m. at the American
Legion Hall in Alford. Anyone interested in
quilting or sewing is invited. Call 579-4146
or 394-7925.
* The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida
Society, Sons.of the American Revolution,
meets at Jim's Buffet & Grill with the Dutch
treat meal at 6:30 p.m. Guest speaker:
Rosie Smith, director, Public Relations,
Marketing & Physician Recruitment at
Jackson Hospital, and member of the
Chipola Chapter, NSDAR, will speak on her
professional health care experiences at the
hospital and her membership in the DAR


MARIANNA POLICE.
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing inci- __ _
dents for - '--
March 30, 1 =
the latest - A
available' CR. ME
.report: two
accidents with injuries,
one reckless driver, one
suspicious vehicle, one
escort, one subject
down/ill, two burglaries,


one physical disturbance,
12 traffic stops, one larce-
ny complaint, one tres-
passing complaint, one
juvenile complaint, two
animal complaints, one
assist of other agencies,
one property damage com-
plaint, three public service
calls, one patrol request
and one worthless check.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE


and Huguenot Society. Anyone interested
in the SAR is welcome. Call 594-6664.
* Alcoholics Anonymous closed discus-
sion - Thursdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.

April 2 - Friday
* The Southeastern Community Blood
"Center mobile unit will be at Jackson
Hospital Health Dept. 12-4 p.m., or donate
blood at the center, 2503 Commercial Park
Drive in Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits
and hang-ups in a safe environment"
Friday at Evangel Worship Center, 2645
Pebble Hill Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for
first-time guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child
dare available. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
* The Jackson County NAACP branch will
be selling smoked: Boston butts on Friday,
April 2 and Saturday, April 3, for $20 each.
Orders need to be placed in advance. Call
569-1294, 557-0374 or 482-3766.

April 3 - Saturday
* The Annual Altrusa Yard Sale is 8-11:30
a.m. at MEGA Gym, Kelson Avenue,
Marianna. Something for everyone.
Proceeds benefit Coats for Kids and other
community projects.
* The Bass-Blizzard-Boyette-Brazell-
Dudley-Durden-Edenfield-Jeter-Pitts
Family Reunion is 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. in the
Grand Ridge Community Center. Bring a
large covered dish, drinks (no alcohol) and
desert. Attendees are asked to help pay for
supplies/facility rental by chipping in $8.
Call 237-1372 or 579-4730.
* New Mount Olive Missionary Baptist
Church at 2870 Barnes St. in Marianna is
hosting an Easter Egg Hunt starting at 11
a.m.
* The annual Mayo/Shores Reunion is at
McCormick Pond Lakehouse, off US
Highway 167. Lunch is at noon. Paper
goods provided. Bring a covered dish and
drinks (and Easter eggs, if you have small
children). Call Marion Shores, 639-4359;


The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and coun-
ty fire/rescue listed the
following incidents for
March 30, the latest avail-
able report: onb stolen tag,
one abandoned vehicle,
two suspicious vehicles,
one suspicious incident,
two special details, one
escort, one felony, one
burglary, four verbal dis-
turbances, two woodland
fire reports, 19 medical


or Thelma,Lynch, 639-5305.
* The Jackson County NAACP branch will
be selling smoked Boston butts on Friday,
April 2 and Saturday, April 3, for $20 each.
Orders need to'be placed in advance. Call.
569-1294, 557-0374 or 482-3766.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Saturdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room.

April 4 - Sunday
* Friendship Assembly of God, 3258
Sapp Road in Cottondale, hosts an Easter
Egg Hunt and lunch following the morning
presentation at 11 a.m.

April 5 - Monday
* The board of AARP Chapter No. 3486
meets at 1:30 p.m. in the Jackson County
Public Library's Marianna branch.
* Today is the deadline to sign up for the
Miss Snreads Pageants, which are set for
Saturday, May 1, 6 p.m. in the Sneads High
School Auditorium. Call Mindy Howell at
482-9004, ext. 245.
* The City of Jacob convenes its regular
meeting at 7 p.m. in City Hall. Call 263-
6636.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

April 6 - Tuesday
* The Jackson County Public Library
hosts a Story Time Easter Party and Egg
Hunt at Wynn Street Park in Marianna, at
10 a.m. for ages 1-4; and at 3 p.m. for ages
5-12. Bring a basket.
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in
Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1,
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
* Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-
Sew is every Tuesday evening, 6-8 p.m. in
the First United Methodist Church Youth
Hall, Clinton Street, behind the Marianna
Post Office. Call 272-7068.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.


calls, three burglar alarms,
four traffic stops, four lar-
ceny complaints, one
drag-racing complaint,
five civil disputes, one
trespassing complaint, one
juvenile complaint, one
assault, two animal com-
plaints, one fraud com-
plaint, one public service
call and two transports.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL


FACILITY
No, one was booked
into the county jail during
the latest reporting peri-
od.

JAIL POPULATION: 226

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Members of the Marianna High School Class of 2012 celebrated their "Sweet 16" birthday together with a
"Welcome to Vegas"-themed party on Feb. 27 at the National Guard Armory. Birthday honorees, from left, first
row, Marti Hickman, Sicily Sapp, Kayley Bryan, Kati Lane, Rachel Callahan, Allie Bailey, Jordan Zielenski,
Rebecca Cass, Kendall Cummings, Megan Estrella, Haden Searcy, Nikki Basford, Piper Irwin and Alyssa Grimes;
second row, Mallory Mock, Kristi Folds,. Ashlee Laramore, Courtney Massengill, Shelby Roberts, Mary Johnson,
Ozzienna Holden, Courtney McKeen, Alex Watson, Caitlyn Griswold, Ryan Riley, Bobby Gause, Courtney
Broome, Erin Christopher, Cassidy Wade, Ashton Stephens, Shelby Allen, Brandi Wright and Branham Skipper;
third row, Brandon Burch and Kyle Griffin; back row, Robert Peacock, Jacob Daniel, Tyler Hampton, Jae Elliott,
Clayte Rooks, Trevor Mayo, Shayne Blanton, Zac Davis, Chris Godwin, Kaidd Golden, Michael Mader, Cody
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Pack 170 Cub Scouts and Troop 33
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Alabama-Florida Council, on March
26-28 at the National Peanut Festival
Fairgrounds in Dothan, Ala. Pack 170
is led by Steve and Mary Ann Hutton,
while Troop 33 is guided by Steve
McCool. The Extravaganza was a
council-wide Scout Show, Council
Camporee and Parent-N-Pal
Weekend.
This Scout Show was a celebration
of what Scout units do, and an oppor-
tunity for Cub and Boys Scouts to
share with the public some of the fun
and exciting activities Scouts partici-
pate in on a regular basis. It was a
chance to demonstrate What Scouting
is and how it helps build better citi-
zens. In addition, the weekend was a
celebration of the 100th anniversary
of the Scouting movement in
America. The theme for this year's
event was "Celebrating the
Adventure, Continuing the Journey."
The activities and competitions
included booths that were designed
by each Scout pack or troop, with the
categories including Best Booth
Overall; Best Booth Theme; a Boy
Scout Only Competition; and a Cub
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were scored by a panel of judges dur-
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appearance, originality, knowledge
and attitude of Scouts, and display
identification.
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Friday night and enjoyed breakfast
together on Saturday morning, before
beginning- their day-long participa-
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for learning new information and pro-
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held in the evening before lights out
for the night. On Sunday, after break-
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Witness: Crowd shot in DC had been to funeral


BY NAFEESA SYEED
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

WASHINGTON - The crowd
of people targeted in a drive-by
shooting that killed four and
wounded five others had just
returned from the funeral of a vic-
tim of another recent shooting
nearby, a witness said
Wednesday.
The shooting Tuesday was the
worst shooting in D.C. in 16
years.
Three people.had been arrested
and at least two people were


being charged, authorities said.
William Cheek, the owner of
the apartment building the crowd
of about 15 was standing in front
of, said he had just walked across
the street to buy a lottery ticket
when he heard gunshots at about
7:30 p.m. Tuesday. He turned
around and saw many people had
fallen to the ground. His 20-year-
old grandson was among the vic-
tims.
"I saw him breathe his last
breath," Cheek said, a tear run-
ning down his face. "He was shot
in the head."


Cheek didn't want to identify
his grandson but said he was
enrolled in a GED class, played
basketball and hoped to become a
long-distance bus driver.
"They got shot right on my
porch," said Cheek, a case man-
ager at a local community center
with programs on substance
abuse, job training and anger
management.
Neighbor Victoria Jones said
young people in the area often go
to Cheek for support and gather in
front of his house.
Police said the victims were six


men and three women but did not
release their names. All were in
their 20s and 30s, except for one
teenager, fire department
spokesman Pete Piringer said.
The D.C. councilman who rep-
resents the *area, former Mayor
Marion Barry, said a dispute
between "crews" - neighbor-
hood groups that are not as formal
as gangs - led to the shooting.
.The crowd standing in front of
Cheek's house had just returned
from a funeral for Jordan Howe,
who was killed on March 22
about a mile and a half away from


a drive-by shooting. Sanquan
Carter, 19, has been charged with
second-degree murder in that
shooting.
The shooting was the worst in
D.C. since 1994, when four men
fired into a crowd at the 0 Street
Market, killing a teenager and
wounding eight other people. A
man was convicted of orchestrat-
ing. the shooting to retaliate
against people who had shot him
in the stomach and robbed him
several weeks earlier. He believed
the people who had attacked him
often visited the market.


Prosecutor: Agent infiltrated Christian militia


OBITUARIES


BY COREY WILLIAMS AND
JEFF KAROUB
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS

DETROIT - An under-
cover federal agent infiltrat-
ed a Christian militia group
that authorities say plotted
to incite violent revolt, and
the agent built explosives
under the direction of the
group's suspected ring-
leader, a prosecutor said
Wednesday. Arguing for the
detention of alleged Hutaree
leader David Brian Stone,
44, and six other members,
Assistant U.S. Attorney
Ronald Waterstreet said the
agent accompanied Stone
and others in a van as they
tried to attend a Feb. 6 meet-
ing of militias in Kentucky.
They turned back in
Indianapolis because of bad
weather, but the agent
recorded Stone reading a
speech, Waterstreet said. In
the recording, played in U.S.
District Court in Detroit, a,
speaker identified as Stone


This combo of eight photos shows from top left, David
Brian Stone Sr., 44, of Clayton, Mich,; David Brian Stone
Jr. of Adrian, Mich,; Jacob Ward, 33, of Huron, Ohio;
Tina Mae Stone and bottom row from left, Michael David
Meeks, 40, of Manchester, Mich,; Kristopher T. Sickles,
27, of Sandusky, Ohio; Joshua John Clough, 28, of
Blissfield, Mich.; and Thomas William Piatek, 46, of
Whiting, Ind.,. Nine suspects tied to Hutaree, a Christian
militia. - AP Photo/U.S. Marshall


says "now it's time to strike
and take our nation back so
we will be free of tyranny."
Prosecutors say the group
planned to make a false 911


call, kill responding police
officers, then set off a bomb
at the funeral to kill many
more. An indictment said
that after the attacks, the


group planned to retreat to
"rally points" protected by
trip-wired explosives for a
violent standoff with law
enforcement personnel.
Several defense attorneys
objected to Waterstreet's
testimony.. "All they're say-
ing is my client has an opin-
ion and knows how to use
his' mouth," Stone's lawyer
William Swor said before
Waterstreet played the tape.
Later on the drive back to
Michigan, Waterstreet said
the van carrying the militia
members passed a car on the
side of the road with a
Hudson, Mich. police car
behind it, and Stone said
"We're going to pop him -
guaranteed."
Nine suspected members
of Hutaree, self-proclaimed
"Christian warriors" who
trained themselves in para-
military techniques in
preparation for a battle
against the Antichrist, were
arrested after a series of
raids across the Midwest.


Prison Continued From Page 1A

"Blackwater bailout." Senate' President Jeff Atwater has a ing at least one existing prison. That
Those opposed to the proposed consultant who was a former board budget amendment effectively elimi-
prison closures say GEO Group member of the GEO Real Estate nates the privatization.of any existing.
should have to absorb the costs Investment Trust. This trust held the prison at this time. DOC will have the
incurred by miscalculating the num- deeds on several GEO Group prisons, discretion to keep existing prisons as
ber of prison beds it would need and the trust was purchased outright publicly run entities. McNeill has
when it bid to run the prison. by GEO Group in 2006. Kopczynski indicated he has no desire to privatize
The structure is now two years old said the consultant in question was any prisons.
and about 90 percent complete. initially hired in 2008 by then- The new budget language also
Blackwater sat idle after it became Speaker of the House Mark Rubio to restores money that would have been
clear that estimates regarding the craft property tax and budget policy, used toward privatizing work camps
number of prison beds needed were and then became a consultant to Sen. and work release centers.
too high. ' Atwater. The Department of Corrections on
The prison was constructed via a Kopczynski also said Atwater's Wednesday was given the discretion
$168 million bond issue by the state. chief of staff is a former Wackenhut to continue running work camps
Before the start of construction, GEO Corporation employee. Wackenhut rather than privatizing them, if the
Group was tapped to run it under a was bought out in 2003 by a security department can run them at the same
lease-purchase agreement that will company, Group 4 of Denmark. cost per day as private companies
eventually put the prison under Group 4 spun the corrections division proposed in their bids.
GEO's ownership. into a separate company, which later According to Branch and a press
Some people who opposed became GEO Group under different release from Sen. Al Lawson, D-
Blackwater's opening, at the expense ownership. TAllahassee, the budget amendments
of state-run facilities, also suspect the The removal of the language call- were the result of a deal Lawson bro-
ties between GEO Group and several ing for the closure of state prisons kered Tuesday night with Republican
state legislators, came in one of three corrections- leaders.
The Police Benevolent related budget=-amendments approved The House and Senate versions of
Association's Ken Kopczynski Wednesday morning on the floor of the state budget still have to be recon-
claims former key figures associated the Senate. ciled and approved.
with GEO are now associated with One of the three amendments
current leaders in the state legislature. passed Wednesday also restores pro- - The Associated Press con-
For instance, Kopczynski says posed funding cuts related to privatiz- tribute to this story.


Grant Continued From Page 1A


port from local union lead-
ers in five of the 67 school
districts.
In addition, Florida's
reform plan did not have
full district support. There
were four school districts
that chose not to endorse
the state's application.
The opposition from
union groups and the like
stems from Florida's deci-
sion to back a statewide
move to performance pay
for teachers, based on stu-
dent progress. This, among
other changes, have wor-
ried educators statewide
and caused turmoil
amongst education groups.
Jackson County
Education Association
President Catherine Stone
says no teacher would be
opposed to performance
pay, if there was a fair way
to calculate it.
"Bottom line is, it has
been proven that student
performance and achieve-
ment is mostly affected, not
by the teacher entirely, but
by outside factors," Stone
said.
"We can't control
parental support, family
life or anything that goes
on in that child's life out-
side of the classroom.
"So how is the state
going to fairly base a


teacher's pay on a student's
performance? It just isn't
possible."
Stone's firm stance
against the endorsement of
the state's application for
the federal grant is shared
by many other unions* and
education groups around
the state. Yet these are the
groups the state is going to
need support from in order
to present a stronger appli-
cation for June's second
round.
Florida stands divided on
the issue of education
reform, as it pertains to
teacher salary and other
changes.
AP reported Monday that
the. two winning states
received such support.
Both Tennessee and
Delaware included merit
pay policies in their appli-
cation, but unlike Florida,
both states had almost full
support from unions and
other education groups.
Florida Department of
Education spokesman Tom
Butler said Wednesday that
state officials are still try-
ing to decide their next
move, after losing round
one.
"We are still in the
process of analyzing
reviewers' comments for
our application, and the


applications of other states,
and are working to deter-
mine what our next steps
need to be," Butler said.
When asked if the state's
concentration will be get-
ting unions on board before
summer, Butler replied
"that's something we need
to determine as we consid-
er our next steps."
"Our focus needs to be
on all areas of the applica-
tion where refinements can
be made to make us more
competitive," Butler said.
Stone said Tuesday she
hopes the state does decide
to sit down with the Florida
Education Association and
other union leaders to dis-
cuss possible changes to
the state's' application for
the next funding round.
"I spoke with the vice
president (Joanne McCall)
of FEA yesterday, and she
said FEA is hoping FDOE
will make some changes to
the state's application prior
to reapplying in June,"
Stone said.
However, with an exist-
ing bill - which mirrors


Florida's "Race to the
Top" application - mak-
ing its way through the
legislature, it looks like the
state may not need to offer
changes to its application.
Senate Bill 6, which
passed in the Florida
Senate last week, also
requires teachers be paid
based on performance, and
no longer on education, or
experience levels.
The bill will make it eas-
ier for teachers to be fired,
and slowly move students
from FCAT testing to end-
of-course exams.
Stone says she worries
that the bill, already passed
in the Senate and is quickly
making its way through the
House, may become law,
leaving union members and
teachers with their hands
tied.
"I fear this may be out of
our hands at this point,"
Stone said. "Senate Bill 6
has passed in the Senate
and its House version is
also making, its way
through. The state may
have us in a corner."


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'. Artis Jackson Scurlock
passed away at his resi-
dence in Cottondale, FL,
on Monday, March 29,
*, 2010.
He was born on October
. 18, 1925,. in Bay County, FL,
to Amos Jackson Scurlock
and Nancy Etta Scurlock.
Mr. Scurlock was a devoted
Susie husband, father and grand-
father. He served in the
McMillan U.S. Army during World
Peacock war II and was a retired
e o farmed in Jackson County.
He enjoyed gardening,
Susie McMillan Peacock, fishing in his pond and be-
88, of Dellwood died Wed- ing with his family.
nesday, March 31, 2010, at Mr. Scurlock was preced-
Jackson Hospital in Ma- ed in death by his father,
rianna. Amos Jackson Scurlock,
A native and lifelong resi- and his mother, Nancy Etta
dent of Jackson County, Scurlock; his brother, Wiley
she retired from Florida Milton Scurlock and John
State Hospital and was a Leslie Scurlock, and his sis-
member of the Cypress ter, Myrtis Eldridge.
Grove Assembly of God He is survived by his lov-
Church. ing wife of 64 years, Faye
She was preceded in Scurlock; three daughters,
death by her husband, Sherryl Richards and her
Robert L. Peacock. husband, Joe, of Panama
Survivors include four City, FL, Gail Daffin and
sons and their wives: her husband, Kenneth, of
Ladone and Dot Peacock of, Cottondale, FL, and Angela
Marianna, Willie and Sue Williams and her husband,
Peacock of San Antonio, Melvin, of Headland; two
Texas, Jim and Donna Pea- sois, Garris Scurlock and
cock of Grand Ridge, and his wife, Dianne, of
Bruce and Lyn Peacock of Cottondale, FL, and Craig
Sneads; four daughters,-Scurlock and his wife Cher-
Johnnie Roberts and hus- yl, of Dothan; one sister,
band Julian, Nellie Riley Nancy Evelyn Shouppe and
and husband Herschel, two brothers, Henry Floyd
Nettiell Smith and Carlette Scurlock and Walter Arvan
Peacock, all of Grand Scurlock. He is also sur-
Ridge; two sisters, Dorothy vived by his grandchildren,
McMillan and Joette Gilley, Timothy Matthew Richards
both of Sneads; one broth- and wife, Kathryn, Gentry
er, T.E. "Preacher" Wil- Leigh McClenney and hus-
liams of Sneads; 12 grand- band, Jeremy, Amanda Kay
children; 13 great- Burkett, and husband,
grandchildren; and extend- Robert, Kerry Daffin Gause,
ed family member Clar- Kenneth Blair Daffin, Bran-
ence Bullard. dy Nicole Scurlock, and
The funeral service will Kristin Caitlin Scurlock; 12
be 11 a.m. Saturday, April great-grandchildren, and a
3, at the Cypress Grove As- host of nieces and neph-
sembly of God Church. ews.
Burial will follow in the Visitation will be on Wed-
church cemetery, with nesday, March 31,' 2010
James & Sikes Funeral from 6-8 p.m. at Williams
Home Maddox Chapel di- Funeral Home. Funeral
reacting. services will be held at 10
The viewing will be Fri- a.m. on Thursday, April 1;
day, April 2, 6 to 8 p.m. at 2010, at Grace Assembly in
the Cypress Grove Assem- Chipley, FL, with Rev. Dal-
bly of God Church, 3254 las Pettis, Rev. Jim Creel,
Cypress Grove Road, Grand and Elder Gerald Gause of-
Ridge. ficiating. Interment will fol-
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Front


CC sweeps again to

take commanding

conference lead
By DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Chipola Lady Indians made it four
wins in a row with a doubleheader sweep of
Northwest Florida State on Tuesday night in
Niceville.
With the wins, the Lady Indians took a
commanding lead in the Panhandle
Conference standings, sitting three games
ahead of the second-place Lady Raiders.
Chipola is 7-1 in league play, with
Northwest at 4-4, Pensacola at 3-4, Gulf
Coast 3-5, and Tallahassee 2-5.
The Lady Indians dominated the first
game 9-0, getting home runs from Nikki
Roddy and Trish Bliss, as well as a dominat-
ing pitching performance from Emma
Stevenson.
The freshman pitcher continued her domi-
nance this season, pitching a two-hit shutout
to earn her 17th victory of the season.
Stevenson is currently carrying a team-
best 0.91 Earned Run Average, while also
leading ,Chipola in innings (122.2) and
strikeouts (116).
Chipola got a run in the first inning when
Michelle Hewett led off with a single and
scored on an RBI hit by Roddy.
Roddy came through again in the second
inning with a two-run shot to center field, to
make it a 4-0 lead.
An RBI double by Hannah Lovestrand in
the fourth inning and a solo home run by
Bliss in the fifth extended the lead to six
runs.
Roddy knocked in her fourth run of the
game in the sixth inning with an RBI single
to score Selentia Pittman.
Todd and Lovestrand added RBI hits in the
seventh to round out the scoring for Chipola.
Roddy finished 3-for-4 with a run and four
See LEAD, Page 6A >


of the


pack


Chipola's Brittany Black hits a pitch during a game earlier this season at Chipola. The
Lady Indians completed a two-game sweep of Northwest Florida State on Tuesday night
in Niceville to take a commanding three-game lead in the Panhandle Conference stand-
ings. - Floridan File Photo


Marianna tops Chipley for fourth straight


- BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School
Bulldogs baseball team made it
four in a row Tuesday night with
a solid 12-2 win over district
rivals the Chipley Tigers.
The Bulldogs took just five
innings to pick up the victory on
the mercy rule.
Marianna picked up five runs
in the top of the first inning.
Austin Branch led things off
with A single, with Clayte Rooks
drawing a walk.
Both runners advanced on a
wild pitch before Colby Johnson
singled to score Branch.
A fly to left field by Zack
Smith and a ground out to third
by Dustin O'Hearn had runners
at second and third, with Alex
Bigale taking one for the-team to
load the bases.
Chris Godwin took advantage
of a bobbled ball at third to score
a run.
Jaren Bannerman then dou-
bled home three runs before
being called out trying to make it
a triple.
Marianna sent southpaw
Michael Mader to the mound,
and he allowed two runs in the
first inning before settling down
to pitch four scoreless innings
for the win.
Mader gave up a pair of sin-


gles in the first before Karsten
Whitson hit a two-RBI double.
A fly out and a strikeout were
followed by a'hit batter, but a fly
ball to -right field ended the
inning with the Bulldogs leading
5-2.
Marianna's offense stayed hot
in the second inning.
With two outs, Rooks and
Johnson put together back-to-
back singles before Smith shot
one to right field to pick up a
pair of RBI.
Two runs crossed the plate in
the third inning for the Bulldogs.
Bigale doubled to start the
inning and scored to make it 9-2
when a ground ball was fielded
by the shortstop and thrown wild
to home plate.
Bannerman reached on an
overthrow to first to score
Godwin, but a ,strikeout and a
groundout ended the inning.
Marianna added another run
in the fourth when Johnson took
a 3-2 pitch to the woods for his
second home run of the year.
O'Hearn brought another
Bulldog to the plate with an RBI
single to score Smith.
A two-out RBI hit by Jae
Elliott made it a 12-2 Marianna
advantage.
After retiring the side in order
in the fourth inning, Mader
allowed a lead-off double to start
the fifth.


........... ui~ . 7] J I


Marianna pitcher Michael Mader gets ready to deliver a pitch
during a game against the Chipley Tigers on Tuesday night in
Chipley. The Bulldogs won the game 12-2 for their fourth con-
secutive victory. - Contributed Photo


But the left-hander retired the
next three batters to end the
gaine.
Mader allowed two earned
runs on four hits, two walks, and
two hit batters, while striking
out seven.


The Bulldogs will be off until
next Tuesday when they host
Pensacola Catholic at 6 p.m.
The Bulldogs will be looking
to redeem an earlier season loss
and move up in the district rank-
ings.


TCC wins big

to earn split

with Gulf Coast
SPECIAL TO FLORIDAN
FCCAA No. 10 Tallahassee
Community College pounded out
22 hits in game two of Tuesday's
Panhandle Conference double-
header at No. 9 Gulf Coast
Community College en route to a
17-4 win over the Commodores.
After losing Tuesday's opener,
4-2, the nightcap becafhe a must-
win for the Eagles. TCC
answered the bell emphatically,
turning in its biggest offensive
output of the season.
Game two starter and winner
Paige Martin spotted the
Commodores a second-inning
run before the Eagles' bat woke
up in the top of the third.
With runners on first and sec-
ond and one out, Allie Jest dou-
bled, one of her five hits in game
two, to score Jordan Martin and
Fachon Jones. Jest later scored on
Deanna Fecca's- single to put
TCC in front 3-1.
With a little help from the Gulf
Coast defense, TCC added four
runs in the fifth to blow the game
open.
Chelsea Good tripled home
two runs and scored herself when
a Gulf Coast error extended the
play. A two-out error by right
fielder Bethany Wilke allowed
Jones to score to push the Eagles'
lead to 7-1.
TCC scored three more runs in
the top of the sixth and was three
See SPLIT, Page 6A >

Bulldogs'JV

routs Seminole
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Bulldogs junior
varsity baseball team picked up a
solid 11-1 win Monday night on
the road against the Seminole
County Indians.
The win improves the young
Bulldogs to 13-2 on the season.
JT Meadows led off the top of
the first inning with a walk, fol-
lowed by Bradly Middleton tak-
ing one for the tam to put runners
at first and second.
A fly out to center field by
Golden got Meadows heading for
home with a pop up to third end-
ing the inning.
Adam DeWitt got the nod on
the mound for the Bulldogs,
allowing just the one run that
came in the first inning.
Through three innings, DeWitt
had surrendered three walks and
one hit.
Mason Melvin made his high
school pitching debut in the
fourth and final inning, giving up
no runs and striking out two to
end the game.
In the top of the second inning,
the offense heated up for
Marianna.
With one out, Shayne Blanton,
Melvin and Chris Johnson loaded
the bases with walks.
Meadows' walk scored
Blanton. Bradly Middleton sin-
gled home another run, and a
walk to Kaidd Golden added the
third run of the inning.
Johnson took advantage of a
passed ball to steal home before
Austin Lombardo doubled home
the final two runs of the inning.
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Short-handed Sneads falls to South Walton 15-5 in 5 innings


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Sneads Pirates fell to the
South Walton Seahawks 15-5 in 5
innings Tuesday night in Santa Rosa
Beach.
The Pirates, now 4-11 on the sea-
son and 3-6 in district play, were
without four players, who sat out for
disciplinary reasons. With Sneads
short-handed, the Seahawks took
advantage, jumping out to a fast start
with a first-inning grand slam.
South Walton added three more
runs in the second inning, two in the
third, and five more in the fourth,
before tacking on one in the fifth to
end the game on the 10-run rule.
The highlight for Sneads was a
two-run home run by Trevin Hall in
the third inning, and a pair of RBI
singles in the fifth by Taylor Dunham
and Aaron Green.
Unfortunately for the Pirates, nine
Sneads runners were left stranded,
while the Seahawks had no such trou-
ble getting their runners home.
Sneads coach Mark Guerra said it
was a disappointing loss, but he was


"I'm very proud of the JV
players who moved up and
played. They're kids who
want to play... We're
finding the ones who want
to be here,,who want to
compete and play hard."
-Mark Guerra,
Sneads coach

happy to see some of the junior varsi-
ty players he had to pull up perform
well.
, "I'm very proud of the JV players
who moved up and played," the
coach said. "Seth Craven did a good
job in the outfield. He made some
nice catches and had a base hit. Ron
Brown caught for us and did a good
job catching. I was pleased with the
way they played.
"They're kids who want to play,
and that's where we're at right now.


We're finding the ones who want to
be here, who want to compete and
play hard."
Guerra said that the suspended
players were benched due to missing
practice. They will likely return to the
lineup when the Pirates return to
action on Tuesday against Holmes
County.
"If you can't make it, to practice,
you can't play," the coach said.
"They were key players and it hurt us
to have them out. Hopefully, they
understand and have learned a little
bit from it. We'll see. If they continue
to miss practice, they will not play or
will not be on the team. No one per-
son is bigger than the team, and some
of them are having to learn that."
John Beauchamp started on the
mound for the Pirates and pitched
two innings, before being replaced by
Jerry Bamburg, who finished up.
The Pirates will be on the road on
Tuesday to face a Blue Devils team
that narrowly defeated them 3-2 in
their first matchup in Sneads.
"Our backs are against the wall,"
Gueira said. "We've got to start play-
ing better than we have been."
T


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Sneads' Austin Bucherri slides into third base during a
game against the Marianna Bulldogs earlier this sea-
son in Sneads. The Pirates fell to South Walton 15-5 on
Tuesday night. - Floridan File Photo


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Chipola Baseball
The Chipola Indians
will play the final game
of a three-game series
with Northwest Florida
State on Friday at home
at 2 p.m.
The Indians stay at
home on Saturday finish
the week with a 1 p.m.
game against the
Tallahassee Eagles.

Chipola Softball
The Chipola Lady
Indians play a double-
header against Gulf
Coast today in Panama
City at 4 p.m., and 6 p.m.
Chipola's next double-
header will be on April 7
against the Pensacola
Lady Pirates on the.road.
The Lady Indians
return home April 10 for
a pair of games against
Tallahassee.

AAU Basketball
The Haramb~e
Dragons will host tryouts
for boys and girls basket-
ball teams to play AAU
basketball this summer.
The Dragons will hold
their next tryout on April
10 at Marianna Middle
School. Girls tryouts will
run from 10 a.m. to 12
p.m., with registration at
9 a.m., while boys try-
outs will run from 2 p.m.
to 4 p.m., with registra-
tion at 1 p.m.
Age groups for the
teams will be 17-and-
under, and 15-and-under.
Tryouts are free, but
players must have physi-
cal form.
For more information,
contact Darold Pope at
850-272-5000.

Old-Timers Game
The Grand Ridge FFA
will sponsor the annual
Grand Ridge School Old
Timers basketball game
on April 9 at 6 p.m. in the
Grand Ridge School's
old gym.
Former Grand Ridge
graduates, basketball
players, and cheerleaders
are invited to participate.
Players and cheerlead-
ers who participate will
receive a complimentary
t-shirt while supplies
last.
Call early to register.
Admission will be $2.
All proceeds will be
used to assist FFA mem-
bers as they participate in
chapter activities, includ-
ing attending state con-
vention.
For more information,
contact Glenn Alexander
by phone at 482-9835,
ext. 263, or by e-mail at
glenn.alexander@jcsb.or
g.

Youth Wrestling
Team Dynamic Youth
Wrestling Club (ages 5-
18) practice is 6 p.m. on
Tuesday and Thursday
nights in the old
Marianna High .School
wrestling room.
Come to practice and
sign up. For more infor-
mation, contact coach
Ron Thoreson at 272-
0280.

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial@jcfloridan.co
m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
FL 32447.


Rout
Continued From Page 5A

Marianna was kept off
the board in the third
inning, but added five runs
in the top of the fourth.
Meadows singled and
scored on another single by
Madison Harrell. Lombardo
reached on a dropped ball at
first and scored on a mis-
played ball at second.
Blanton drew his second
walk of the day with Harrell
scoring when Melvin's fly
ball was dropped in left
field.
Tyler Hampton sacrificed
a run home, with Heath
Roberts picking up an RBI
single.
Marianna will play
Catholic at Bulldog Field
on Tuesday with first pitch
skated for 4.p.m.


outs away from victory, but
Gulf Coast answered with
three runs of its own in the
bottom half to momentarily
stave off defeat. It did little
more than prolong the
inevitable.
Aided by four Gulf Coast
errors, TCC sent 13 batters
to the plate in the seventh,
scored seven runs and fin-
ished off a 17-4 win.
Jest finished 5-for-6,
scored three runs and drove
in three in the nightcap.
Jones was 4-for-5.
Both players stole two
bases. Good, Jordan Martin
and Xia Wilson had three
hits each.
In the opener, TCC outhit
Gulf Coast, 9-6, but the
Commodores used the long
ball to score the 4-2 victo-
ry.
After a scoreless first
inning, Gulf Coast hit a
pair of home runs off
TCC's Sara Scott to take a
3-0 lead.
Jo McAllister hit a two-
run homer to center in the
second.
One . inning later,
Samantha Posey took
Scott's 0-1 pitch over the
right-centerfield wall to
give the Commodores' a
three-run cushion.


TCC got two of the runs
back in the fourth against
Gulf Coast's Kayla Minger.
Jest led off the inning
with a single and stole sec-
ond to move into scoring
position.
Wilson and Randi
Ashworth followed with


SPORTS


James 'probably not playing'

for Team USA this summer


By TOM WITHERS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

CLEVELAND - LeBron
James has a busy summer
ahead. Maybe too busy to play
basketball.
Cleveland's superstar said
Wednesday night that he's
"probably not playing" for
Team USA this summer in the
world championships in
Turkey.
James, who was a captain on
the U.S. team that won a gold
medal at the Beijing Games in
2008, is eligible for free agency
after the season and is sched-
uled to film a movie.
His crammed itinerary may
make it impossible to play for


his country for the third time.
James also was a member of the
2004 Olympic team in Athens.
"I got a really, really, really,
really, really busy summer,"
James said about an hour
before tip-off against the
Milwaukee Bucks. "I would
love if I had the opportunity
and the time to play to represent
my country and go out there
and do that. But there's a lot of
things I need to take care of
first."
So will he play?
"It's very, very shady right
now," he said. "I'm probably
not playing. There are a lot of
decisions I need to make this
summer before I decide to get
back out on the court."


consecutive doubles to cut
Gulf Coast's lead to 3-2.
Gulf Coast added. an
insurance run in the bottom
of the -fifth for the final
margin of victory.
Jones and Jenifer Elmore
had two hits each for the
Eagles in game one.


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RBI, while Hewett was 4-for-4 with
two runs.
Kalie Lang started in the circle for
Northwest and took the loss, going
only an inning and 1/3, and surrender-
ing three earned runs on four hits.
'The second game featured far more
drama, with the game scoreless head-
ing into the ninth inning before the
Lady Indians pulled out a 4-3 victory.
Brittany Black started for Chipola
and went 8 1/3 innings to get the win,
allowing three runs on six hits and no
walks.
Allison Rice pitched nine innings
for the Lady Raiders and took the loss.
Bliss led the ninth off with a double,
and was brought home by another
double from Andrea Sullivan to break
the scoreless tie.
After Todd was fanned for the sec-


ond out of the game, Lovestrand and
Dana Cauthen singled consecutively
to bring Sullivan home for a 2-0 lead.
Hewett then came up with a two-
RBI double to score Lovestrand and
Cauthen.
In the bottom of the ninth, the Lady
Raiders got hits from Lauren Bower
and Lang to set up a three-run home
run by Kelsey Cooper.
Stevenson then came on in relief for
Chipola and induced Chie Someya to
pop out for the second out.
She then struck out Missy Milligan
swinging to end the game.
Hewett, Bliss, Black and Cauthen
each finished with two hits for the
Lady Indians.
Chipola next plays today in Panama
City against Gulf Coast at 4 p.m. and
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You're three hours late!"


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ture ad
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12 Used a 50 Chess piece
blender 52 One-celled
14 StringMuatet animal
members 54 Pep
15 Catch fire 58 Elvis' home-
16 Gasoline town
rating 59 Adviser
18 Ump's 60 Racehorse
cousin parent
19 Fish for 61 Dance
trout movements
21 Remainder
23 Boathouse DOWN
implement
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"Cheers" 1 Autumn mo.
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letters monsieur
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poet 4 Moon rings
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ailment a bill
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"King 7 Large vase
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CELEBRITY CIPHER
by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
Today's clue: S equals W
"Z IKF KU MKKJ ZCMRDBVFH ZCB
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PREVIOUS SOLUTION: "I don't like to watch golf on television because I can't
stand people who whisper." - David Brenner
(c) 2010 by NEA, Inc. 4-1


HOROSCOPE
ARIES (March 21-April 19) -
This is likely to be one of those
days in which you will be in the
right spot at the right time
through nothing you'll perceive or
do, but just by chance. Be sure to
take advantage of something real-
ly good.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -
Make an effort to mix and mingle
today, if you can. New social con-
tacts you establish at this time
could be of enormous importance
in bringing something really good
into your life.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
Finally, after laboring for some
time to achieve an objective of
-great significance, you could
make a breakthrough today. For
unknown reasons, events will
suddenly break in your favor.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)-
Once again you will find yourself
quite fortunate with a situation or,
development inr which you previ-
ously struck gold. Whatever it is,
keep enjoying the good things it
brings.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
Forced changes or adjustments
are likely to work out in your
favor, so don't be resistant to
going along with surprise hap-
penings. What occurs will work to
your ultimate benefit.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
What you are hoping to accom-
plish today is doable, provided
you are teamed up with the right
allies. Onceyou are, everything
will fall into place without too
much effort on your part.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
When it comes to your material
affairs, it looks like you are riding
a very fortunate wave at this point
in time. The very least of what you
can expect is to make more
money than you anticipated.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)-
Your uplifting attitude, along with
your natural charisma, make you
a very appealing person to be
around today. Socially speaking,
you shouldn't be too surprised by
your popularity.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) - Focus on your most mean-
ingful objective today because
with Dame Fortune making sure
everything goes right, you
shouldn't have too much trouble
wrapping it up to your complete
satisfaction.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) - Do not be reluctant to
mingle among your peers, in both
work and social settings. You
could learn things today that will
turn out to be of great value to
you in each venue.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
- You're in one of those special,
albeit brief, cycles in which you
are capable of handling two sepa-
rate important.objectives simulta-
neously, and will do a splendid job
with each. Make today count.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- This might be-one of those
rare days when you seem to find
yourself in the right spot at the
right time to take advantage of
something big that is going on.
Don't pass up this heaven-sent
chance.
(c) 2010, United Feature Syndicate, Inc.


He should move out


Dear Annie: My husband and I adopted a
boy from a reputable adoption home 26 years
ago. At the time, we were given only a few
details about the birth parents.
Several months ago, I found out who the
birth mother is and where she lives. If I contact
her and she wants to get in touch, should I
share this information with my son? The moth-
er was only 17 when she gave him up. I know
now that my child has siblings. Should
I keep this information to myself
forever? - Desperate To Know
What To Do
Dear Desperate: Has your
son ever expressed an interest
in searching for his birth par- d
ents? He is an adult now, and
this decision should be his. Tell
him you can help him locate his
birth mother if he wants to do
so. There may be medical history
that would prove useful, and if his biolog-
ical family agrees, a meeting' could be a
good thing. Adoptees often find this emo-
tionally beneficial.
Dear Annie: I am a 52-year-old widow.
My husband died seven years ago, and I had
not dated anyone until I met "Jim" at the health
club.
We discovered we had a lot in common, and
as time went on, we began to develop strong
feelings for each other. I felt my life come back
to me. After five months, Jim moved in with
my teenage son and me. He makes us both
happy.


BRI


Edgar Watson Howe, who died in 1937, said, "If you think
before you act, the other fellow gets in his joke first."
When you are declarer, always keep in mind the acts - tech-
niques-for gaining extra tricks: establishing winners, discard-
ing losers, ruffing in the shorter trump hand, taking successful
finesses, and so on. Most deals feature at least one of these -
like today's. You are in four spades. West leads the club seven
and East plays the king. How would you continue?
Note North's rebid. It was correct to raise to two spades,
despite having only three-card support. Never rebid in a five-card
suit unless you have absolutely nothing else to do. If South
would have passed and two spades proved to be a 4-3 fit, at least
the North hand has a singleton, so declarer might be able to gain
trump tricks by ruffing clubs on the board.
And while we're on the subject of ruffing clubs, that is the best
play here.
Win trick one, ruff a club in the dummy, play a heart to your
king, trump the club jack, and cash the spade ace, getting the bad
news. But it isn't a problem. Just lead a diamond.
Yes, West can win with his ace and give his partner a diamond
ruff, but that costs East's natural trump trick. You take five spades,
two hearts, one club and two club ruffs in the dummy.
It is no joke, even on April Fools' Day: Whenever you can ruff
a loser in the shorter trump hand, it is almost certain to be the
right play.
Copyright 2010, United Feature Syndicate


The problem is, my two older boys do not
feel I should have another man in my life. I told
them Jim has also felt the emptiness of a loss
and understands. I also said I will always love
their father, but I want a life, too.
Unfortunately, my sons have made it hard
for me to see my grandchildren. We are not a
close family anymore, and I am heartbroken.
What do I do? Should I please my sons or
.myself? Am I a bad mother for choosing a man
over my grown sons? - Mom in the Middle
Dear Mom: We see two differ-
ent problems here. Your sons are
being selfish to withhold the
grandchildren because you
refuse to remain alone for the
rest of your life. However, hav-
ing Jim move in with you and a
teenager after five months is
too much too soon.
We know you have been
lonely, but you are rushing this
relationship. It is premature to
cohabit, and you sh uld
explain to Jim that you are
having second thoughts about the arrange-
ment and would like to take things more
slowly.
He should move out. This will also allow
your older sons to get to know him before he is
shoved in their faces. By all means, continue to
see him, but please give yourself more time
before taking the next step.

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ra 4906 or 334-792-0010 Home 24ft w/slideout arag- B Silver Loaded $5,395 condo. sun roof runs tie, auto, diesel, 42K womans medium.
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a. Wr.ny.r. ` - 87.96 FEET TO ON SECTION 22, TOWN- shall be filed at the timely file a petition da.
J 'ee Wr3iny.tSr. -r I IRON ROD, THENCE SHIP 4 NORTH, WITNESS my hand Division of Adminis- shall constitute a
traKr.d l-.rs n ir,..ANY AND ALL UN- RUN NORTH 63 DE- RANGE 9 WEST, and the seal of this trative Hearings, De- waiver of any right to Drawings and speci-
0l - 0.. rl:.. KNOWN PARTIES GREES 18 MINUTES JACKSON COUNTY, Court on this 25th apartment of Manage- request an adminis- fications may be ob-
-- i. ti..', Fw C:r D, CLAIMING BY, 17 SECONDS EAST FLORIDA AND RUN day of March,2010. ment Services, 1230 trative proceeding as trained from the of-
3,C.l.3..rui, - THROUGH, UNDER, 163.00 FEET TO THE SOUTH 89 DEGREES Apalachee Parkway, a petitioner under fice of the Architect
. . 3 . AND AGAINST THE POINT OF BEGIN- 14 MINUTES 50 SEC- Dale R. Guthrie Tallahassee, Florida Sections 120.569 and at Post Office Box
Honda , ' Rrle UO a HEREIN NAMED INDI- NING. ONDS EAST 1,333.33 Clerk of the Court 32399-3060. Failure 120.57, F.S. If a peti- 861, 2910 Caledonia
VHonda Ige am 1500 V I D U A L FEET TO AN IRON to petition to inter- tion is filed, the pur- Street, Marianna,
4,:,:,,:,iternar:. ,:, ' Et-cab 360Mag- DEFENDANT(S) WHO has been filed ROD, THENCE RUN By: BEVERLY vene within the al- pose of the adminis- Florida 32446. Gener-
-4-_rr. -249c. ni. um 4ibarrElhollc ARE NOT KNOWN TO against you and you SOUTH 00 DEGREES HATCHER lowed time frame trative hearing will al Contractors may
-mpy ,Th . 00 nuI.itr grren BE DEAD OR ALIVE, are required to serve 34 MINUTES 03 SEC- As Deputy Clerk constitutes a waiver be to present evi- obtain one (1) set of
I"-5 310 .2 .____ ICuItcm fliblerg as, WHETHER SAID UN- a copy of your writ- ONDS WEST 1,324.10 of any right such a dence and testimony documents upon
ho,.d. 22 h-cood KNOWN PARTIES ten defenses within FEET TO A CONCRETE LF14900 person has to re- and forward a rec- $150.00 deposit,
i - eep 0Wrangler scoop starnless MAY CLAIM AN IN- 30 days after the first MONUMENT, THENCE quest a hearing un- ommended order to which will be refund-
04 L. F LI 5 -d 4WD grill & bumpers TEREST AS SPOUSE, publication, if any, RUN SOUTH 89 DE- STATE OF FLORIDA er Sections 120.569 the Department. If ed only to those sub-
Khr, I.'Ir. SoK Tp. AC Snap on tread HEIRS, DEVISEES, on Florida Default GREES 11 MINUTES DEPARTMENT OF and 120.57, F.S., or to no petition is filed, emitting a bona fide
arT, im .:d mrrp3 ..-liu Alum. tool box, 6" GRANTEES, OR OTH- Law Group, P.L., 00 SECONDS EAST COMMUNITY participate in the ad- this Notice of Intent bid and returning
whis, Mopar bmpr & lift kit, 6" glass ER CLAIMANTS Plaintiff's attorney, 1,325.02 FEET TO A AFFAIRS ministrative hearing, shall become final said documents pre-
grIl grd. Exc. Cond. packs, alum. racing whose address is CONCRETE MONU- NOTICE OF INTENT agency action, paid, in good condi-
l ownr -3 rd car rims Lots of extras! LAST KNOWN AD- 9119 Corporate Lake MENT, THENCE RUN TO FIND After an administra- tion, within ten (10)
LOW MILES - 37,300 DRESS: Drive, Suite 300, SOUTH 34 DEGREES TOWN OFMALONE tive hearing petition If a petition is filed, days after receipt of
$17,999. OBO REDUCEDP$4800OB UNKNOWN Tampa, Florida 42 MINUTES 57 SEC- COMPREHENSIVE is timely filed, media- other affected per- bids. General Con-
Honda - 05 334-803-6882 , 1 33634, and file the ONDS EAST 197.50 PLAN AMENDMENT tion is available pur- sons may petition for tractors requiring
VTX1300R/S Beauti- CURRENT ADDRESS: original with this FEET TO AN IRON IN COMPLIANCE suant to Subsection leave to intervene in more than one set,
ful Candy Black Cher- JEEP 1987 Wrangler UNKNOWN Court either before ROD, THENCE RUN DOCKET NO. 09-1- 163.3189(3)(a), F.S., the proceeding. A subcontractors, sup-
ry, over $2000in ac- 4x4, ac, ps,ac,at, Ford '00 Ranger, 101K service on Plaintiff's SOUTH 39 DEGREES NOI-3210-(A)-(1) to any affected per- petition for interven- pliers, or others may
cessories. 8k miles new engine/trans/ miles, manual, new YOU ARE NOTIFIED attorney or immedi- 28 MINUTES 35 SEC- son who is made a tion must be filed at purchase a full set of
asking $5700 tires, hard top.792- tires. $4400 0BO. that an action to ately thereafter; oth- ONDS WEST 130.75 party to the proceed- least twenty (20) documents for
Hona '6 C 0 8018/792-8827. $6500. 334-693-0685 foreclose a mortgage erwise a default will FEET TO A POINT IN The Department ing by filing that re- days before the final $125.00 r set, non
Cruiser Like New Jeep 98'Wranle Ford'02 F150 XLT, on the following be entered against THE CENTER OF A 50 gives notice of its in- quest with the ad- hearing and must in- refundable.
4200 Mi.$6600 OBO 129,600K m. 4-cy. 5 red, 4WD, Triton property in JACKSON you for the relief de- FOOT RADIUS CUL- tent to find the ministrative law clude all of the infor-
334-806-1322 sp. ac, p, soft top V8/5.4Leng, 104,168 County, Florida: handed in the Com- DE-SAC AT THE END Amendment to the iudge assigned by mation and contents Partial sets will not
334-806-1322 very clean, $6,800. mi., Super Crew Cab, plaint or petition. OF A 60 FOOT Comprehensive Plan the Division of A- described in Uniform be sold to major
HONDA'06 Shadow, i4-678-0160 good tires, toolbox, DESCRIPTION: LOT 40 INGRESS-EGRESS for Town of Malone, ministrative Hear- Rule 28-106.205, subcontractors, (me-
Candy Apple Red, 2.8 $13,500.334-894-1212 COMMENCE OF AN This notice shall be AND UTILITIES EASE- adopted by Ordi- ings. The choice of F.A.C. A petition for chanical, plumbing
miles, LIKE NEW Nissan 04' Murano or 334-494-2823 EXISTING CONCRETi published once each MENT, THENCE RUN nance No. 101 on No- mediation shall not leave to intervene and electrical).
$5,300 229-334-8520, loaded, new tires, 0 MONUMENT MARK- week for two consec- SOUTHERLY ALONG member 10, 2009, IN affect a party's right shall be filed at the Suppliers and other
229-296-8171 color pewter, leather Ford 03V-8 . ING THE NORTH- utive weeks in the THE CENTERLINE OF COMPLIANCE, pur- to an administrative Division of Adminis- subcontractors may
int. 72,55K mi. Supercrew30,200 mi. WEST CORNER OF Jackson County Flo- SAID EASEMENT AS suant to Sections hearing, trative Hearings, De- purchase drawings
HONDA '98 Valkyrie $13,900. OBO 334- like new, Must ee! SECTION 22, TOWN- ridian. FOLLOWS: SOUTH 13 163.3184, 163.3187 apartment of Manage- and specifications at
Tourer all original, 673-0823 $14,000 334-494-0460 SHIP 4 NORTH, DEGREES 00 Ml- and 163.3189, F.S. Mike McDaniel, Chief ment Services, 1230 the rate of
low miles, runs great NISSAN '06 Pathfind- or 334-393-6479 RANGE 9 WEST, WITNESS my hand NUTES 29 SECONDS Office of Comprehen- Apalachee Parkway, $2.00/sheet of draw-
334-693-5454 eOBO LE270hp, bose [ ' JACKSON COUNTY, and the seal of this EAST 118.62 FEET TO The adopted Town of sive Planning Tallahassee, Florida ings and 20C/page of
audio w/6 disc CD " , I ,.' FLORIDA AND . RUN Court on this 29th A POINT, SAID POINT Malone Comprehen- Department of Com- 32399-3060. Failure specifications.
HONDA'99 750 Ace, remote keyless entry I' SOUTH 89 DEGREES day of March, 2010. BEING ON A CURVE sive Plan Amend- munity Affairs to petition to inter-
Loaded, Bla '99750 Ace, re34,263 m iote keyles. 19,000. entry 14 MINUTES 50 SEC- CONCAVE TO THE ment and the Depart- 2555 Shumard Oak vene within the al- Bidding documents
$o,000 Black0-74 334-793-1544m ONDS EAST 1,333.33 Dale R. Guthrie NORTHEAST, THENCE ment's Objections, Boulevard lowed time frame will be sent UPS, col-
$3,000 334-703-7724 334-793-1544 FEET TO ON IRON Clerk of the Court RUN IN A SOUTHEAS- Recommendations Tallahassee, Florida constitutes a waiver lect, unless other-
TOYOTA '06 Four ROD, THENCE RUN TERLY DIRECTION and Comments Re- 32399-2100 of any right such a wise specified.
- Runner SPS. 2od. Ford 06 F350.Di..i-i. SOUTH 00 DEGREES By: BEVERLY ALONG SAID CURVE port, (if any), are person has to re-
* . 59, mI.700 les, white. 4WD. clen.501km, m. 34 MINUTES 03 SEC- HATCHER HAVING A RADIUS OF available for public LF14899 quest a hearing un- Each bid must be ac-
ecellenrt co.nd. ,.:.osF1EcI hitch. ONDS WEST 1,324.10 As Deputy Clerk 500.00 FEET, inspection Monday der Sections 120.569 companies by a bid
Sa *$ O16.-.W. 334-9-3130iu $2,8069-2.2 FEET TO A CONCRETE THROUGH A CEN- through Friday, ex- STATEOF FLORIDA and 120.57, F.S., or to bond, or a cashier's
S.MONUMENT. THENCE LF14898 TRAL ANGLE OF 21 cept for legal holi- DEPARTMENT OF participate in the ad- check, made payable
Toyota '07 ..J Cruiser. Ford '07 F50 .\LT RUN SOUTH 89 DE- DEGREES 32 MI- days, during normal COMMUNITY * ministrative hearing, to the chipola Col-
Kawasaki 03 Vulcan lleni c3r-lition.. i.upercrew.4\ 15.AL. GREES 11 MINUTES IN THE CIRCUIT NUTES 27 SECONDS business hours, at AFFAIRS lege Board of Trust-
Drifter, gara kept, 61K miles.$20,400 flex fuel, dark blue 00 SECONDS EAST COURT OF THE . FOR AN ARC LENGTH the Town of Malone, NOTICE OF INTENT After an administra- ees, Marianna, Flori-
13K, runs great, extra 334-803-3577 w/ bed cover, 144K 1,325.02 FEET TO A FOURTEENTH OF 187.98 FEET, Clerks Office, 5182 TO FIND tive hearing petition da in the sum of 5%
seat& saddle b agsmi, pwrCC, $14,500 CONCRETE MONU- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CHORD OF SAID ARC 9th Avenue, Malone, CITY OF JACOB is timely filed, media- of the base bid as a
very clean, newpies I Trailers-Tractors J334-714-6999 MENT, THENCE RUN IN AND FOR JACKSON BEING SOUTH 23 DE- Florida 32445. COMPREHENSIVE tion is available pur- guarantee and with
& many extra's -4000 FORD '07 F250 Super SOUTH 34 DEGREES COUNTY, FLORIDA GREES 46 MINUTES PLAN AMENDMENT suant to Subsection an agreement that
OBO. 334-750-6237 1999 254 AG-MASTER Duty V-8 Crew Cab 42 MINUTES 57 SEC- CIVIL ACTIO - 42 SECONDS EAST Any affected person, IN COMPLIANCE 163.3189(3)(a), F.S., the bidder will not
asaki '04 6506 Tractor, 4 wd with XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, ONDS EAST 197.50 CASE NO.: 32-2010- 186.87 FEET TO A as defined in Section DOCKET NO. 09-1- to any affected per- revoke or cancel his
Kawasaki'04650 two implements. Tan, $32,000334-688- FEET TO ON IRON CA-000082 POINT, THENCE RUN 163.3184,- F.S., has a NOI-3209-(A)-(I) son who is made a bid or withdraw from
KLR,$286500. Call 334-70- $2000. 334-522-6709 8606, 334-695-0688 ROD, THENCE RUN DIVISION: SOUTH 34 DEGREES right to petition for part to the proceed- the competition for a
$2800. Call 334-0- SOUTH 39 DEGREES 32 MINUTES 56 SEC. an administrative The , Department Ing by filing that/re- period of thirty (30)
6654 after 5 p.m. CASE MODEL 1960 FORD '07 F-350, 5.9 L 28 MINUTES 35 SEC- WACHOVIA MORT- ONDS EAST 175.70 hearing to challenge gives notice of its in- quest with the/ad- days after the open-
Kawasaki '07Vulcan Tractor, 40HP, front DSL Crew Cab 50K ONDS WEST 130.75 GAGE CORPORA- FEET TO THE POINT the proposed agency tent to find the ministrative law ing of bids, and that
1600 Mea n St07reak p. end lift, runs great, miles, $29,500 334- FEET TO A POINT IN TION, OF BEGINNING, determination that Amendment to the judge assigned by in the event the con-
Ed. 1100 Mi $65 $3,000 334-775-7374 695-7769 695-7770 THE CENTER OF A 50 THENCE FROM SAID the Amendment to Comprehensive Plan the Division of Ad- tract is awarded to
OBO 334-441-7909 Custom Mr:rcy: , FOOT RADIUS CUL- Plaintiff, POINT OF BEGINNING the Town of Malone for City of Jacob, ministrative Hear- the bidder, he will
OBO334-441-7909 Cutom Mr, DE-SAC AT THE END CONTINUE SOUTH 34 Comprehensive Plan adopted by Ordi- ings. The choice of within ten (10) con-
Kawasaki '08 Vulcan Tra iler - 3 4, I IInter. i' OF A 60 FOOT vs . DEGREES 32 MI- is In Compliance, as nance No. 09-03 on mediation shall not secutive days after it
900 ClassicLT, 6100 ramprrier under INGRESS-EGRESS NUTES 56 SECONDS defined in Subsection November 2, 2009, IN affect a party's right is submitted, enter
miles, windshield, t. nver, se d. AND UTILITIES EASE- PATRICK OLWOCH , EAST,. ALONG SAID 163.3184(1), F.S. The COMPLIANCE, pur- to an administrative into written contract
leather saddlebags, 'ored ir garage on MENT, THENCE RUN etal, CENTERLINE, 166.23 petition must be filed suant to Sections hearing, with the Chipola Col-
leather saddlebags,s 17-;.Fq.,71. 34-6971 tohearingEwithtthe Chin cordanC
fir brds & more.Ford '07 Ranger SOUTHERLY ALONG FEET TO A POINT, within twenty-one 163.3184, 163.3187 lege in accordance
$5700. 334-692- Ferguson T020 52' automatic V-6 THE CENTERLINE OF Defendant(s). THENCE DEPARTING (21) days after publi- and 163.3189, F.S. Mike McDaniel, Chief with the accepted
3337/796-5421 new engine rebuild, 30,000miles, SAID EASEMENT AS SAID CENTERLINE cation of this notice, Office of Comprehen- bid. The cost of the
block repaired & Excellent, $9800. FOLLOWS: SOUTH 13 NOTICE OF ACTION RUN SOUTH 63 DE- and must include all The adopted City of sive Planning bond will be included
cleaned & crank 334-790-7959 DEGREES 00 MI- GREES 18 MINUTES of the information Jacob Comprehen- Department of Com- as part of the bidders
turned, too many NUTES 29 SECONDS TO: 17 SECONDS WEST and contents descri- sive Plan Amend- munity Affairs base-bid proposal.
new parts to list. 3 FORD '07 Sports Trac, EAST 118.62 FEET TO THE UNKNOWN 163.00 FEET TO AN bed in Uniform Rule ment and the Depart- 2555 Shumard Oak
manuals included V-6 fully loaded, A POINT, SAID POINT SPOUSE OF PATRICK IRON ROD, THENCE 28-106.201, F.A.C. ment's Objections, Boulevard NOTE: There will be a
Similar to 8 End Ford $20,500 OBO 229-861- BEING ON 0 CURVE OLWOCH RUN NORTH 53 DE- The'petition must be Recommendations Tallahassee, Florida mandatory Pre-Bid
$3000. OBO 2714, 229-309-1890 CONCAVE TO THE LAST KNOWN GREES 26 MINUTES filed with the Agency and Comments Re- 32399-2100 Conference March
Kawasaki * \ 334-621-0059 Henry Cobb NORTHEAST, THENCE ADDRESS: 1 4 2 4 6 59 SECONDS WEST Clerk, Department of port, (if any), are 31, 2010 at 10:00 a.m.
Kawasaki er Z\ RUN IN A SOUTHEAS- NORTH 75 LANE 83.54 FEET TO AN Community Affairs, available for public LF14890 CT at the Chipola
Monster energy edi- FORD TW 15 Tractor BUY MIE!I TERLY DIRECTION LOXAHATCHEE, FL IRON ROD, THENCE 2555 Shumard Oak inspection Monday College Physical
commander, power w/cb,ond. 140hp, exc. ALONG SAID CURVE 33470 RUN NORTH 36 DE- Boulevard, Tallahas- through Friday, ex- INVITATION TO BID Plant Building for all
flow air filter, low 2 cultivator sold sep. FORD'08F250 HAVING A RADIUS OF GREES 27 MINUTES see, Florida 32399- cept for legal holi- General Contractors
miles. ter9,700. 334-701-1836 DIESEL,DVD 95,000 500.00 FEET. CURRENT ADDRESS: 01 SECONDS EAST 2100, and a' copy days, during normal Bids will be received who plan to submit a
334-790-1852. 334-701-1836 miles, door, auto- THROUGH A CEN- UNKNOWN 199.40 FEET TO THE mailed or delivered business hours, at by the Chipola Col- bid for this project,
334-790-1852. Gandy 4 row insecti- matic transmission, TRAL ANGLE OF 21 POINT OF BEGIN- to the local govern- the City of Jacob, lege Board of Trust- see Section B, "In-
Mojo Motor Scooter cide applicator Like New condition, DEGREES 32 MI- ANY AND ALL UN- NING. ment. Failure to City Hall, 4490 Jack- ees, Marianna, Flori- structions to Bidder-
'05, 200mi, Blue, w/double boxes, for BLUE exterior, TAN NUTES 27 SECONDS KNOWN PARTIES timely file a petition son Road, Jacob, da, until 2:00 p.m., s", Paragraph B-16.
$1650 850- 258-1638 two chemicals interior, 4WD, ABS, FOR ON ARC LENGTH CLAIMING BY, has been filed shall constitute a Florida 32431. Thursday, April 8,
09' mounted on tool bar. a/c, alloys, am/fm, OF 187.98 FEET, THROUGH, UNDER, against you and you waiver of any right to 2010 in the Public The Owner reserves
Red Kawasaki 09' Good condition. $400. CD, cruise, driver CHORD OF SAID ARE AND AGAINST THE are required to serve request an adminis- Any affected person, Service Building Con- the right to waive
Ninja Like New 250R 229-758-3146 or 229- airbag, leather int., BEING SOUTH 23 DE- HEREIN NAMED INDI- a copy of your writ- trative proceeding as as defined in Section ference Room, at informalities in any
w/ jacket 3,500. mi. 400-5184 passenger airbag, PL, GREES 46 MINUTES V I D U A L ten defenses within a petitioner under 163.3184, F.S., has a which time and place bid, and to reject any
$3,995.334-692-3211 PS, PW, sun roof, 42 SECONDS EAST DEFENDANT(S) WHO 30 days after the first Sections 120.569 and right to petition for all bids received will or all bids, or to ac-
Leave Mess tow pkg. $28,000 186.87 FEET TO A ARE NOT KNOWN TO publication, if any, 120.57, F.S. If a peti- an administrative be publicly opened cept any bid and any
Suzuki'08 GZ250, INCOME (229)942-0667 POINT, THENCE RUN BE DEAD OR ALIVE, on Florida Default tion is filed, the pur- hearing to challenge and read aloud for combination of alter-
ith extended OPPORTUNITY SOUTH 34 DEGREES WHETHER SAID UN- Law Group, P.L., pose of the adminis- the proposed agency furnishing* all labor nates or separate bid
w t n SOPPORTUNITY FORD 2005 Lariat 32 MINUTES 56 SEC- KNOWN PARTIES Plaintiff's attorney, trative hearing will determination that and materials for the prices that, in their
warranty $2800. STAINLESS F350Dually, 4X4, ONDS EAST 341.93 MAY CLAIM AN IN- whose address is be to present evi- the Amendment to construction of: judgement, will be to
334-791-0701 ST YL DINER oaded, trailerbrks, FEET TO THE POINT TEREST AS SPOUSE, 9119 Corporate Lake dence and testimony the City of Jacob New Centralized the best interest of
Yamaha-01RoadStar STYLE sunroof.139Kmiles OF BEGINNING, HEIRS, DEVISEES, Drive, Suite 300, and forward a rec- Comprehensive Plan Chilled Water Plant Chipola College.
Midnight Ed 1600, TRCONCAILER $18995.334-791-6514 THENCE FROM SAID GRANTEES, OR OTH- Tampa, Florida ommended order to is In Compliance, as for
cover,3000+miles. INCLUDES Ford 2009 King Ranch POINT OF BEGINNING ER CLAIMANTS 33634, and file the the Department. If defined in Subsection Chipola Colege CHIPOLACOLLEGE
Black $5,100. OO GRIDDLE, HOT& SDS F-250 6.4 L V8 CONTINUE SOUTH 34 original with this no petition is filed 163.3184(1), F.S. The Maranna, Florida BY: /s/ Dr. Gene
(334) 655-9111 COLDDTRAYS, Diesel.turbo 5 sp. DEGREES 32 MI- LAST KNOWN AD- Court either * before this Notice of Intent petition must be filed All work shall be Prough, President
'BOILINGTRAYS, auto trans. Forest NUTES 56 SECONDS DRESS: UNKNOWN service on Plaintiff's shall become 'final within twenty-one done according to Chipola College
TRIPLE SINK Green ext. Camel EAST, ALONG SAID attorney or immedi- agency action. (21) days after publi- plans And specifica- Board of Trustees,
$9,000. OBO Leather int. Loaded CENTERLINE, 78.98 CURRENT ADDRESS: ately thereafter; oth- cation of this notice, tions prepared by
334-389-2816 w/options. Family FEET TO A POINT, UNKNOWN erwise a default will If a petition is filed, and must include all Paul A. Donofro and
death forcessale. THENCE DEPARTING be entered against other affected per- of the information Associates, Archi-
3,100 mi. Asking $45K SAID CENTERLINE you for the relief de- sons may petition for and contents descri- tects, 2910 Caledonia IT' S AS
Massey Ferguson 240 334-687-3171 RUN SOUTH 55 DE- YOU ARE NOTIFIED manded in the Con- leave to intervene in bed in Uniform Rule Street, Marianna,
400 hrs. like new GREES 27 MINUTES that 'an action to plaint or petition. the proceeding. A 28-106.201, F.A.C. Florida 32446. Plans EASYAS
Yamaha '05Vmay $9.800. B0 334-794- ' 04 SECONDS WEST foreclose a mortgage petition for interven- The petition must be are on file and open
arniv. edilior in 3226 244.64 FEET TO AN on the, following tion must be filed at filed with the Agency to inspection in the
flamrre red. e, el.- IRON ROD, THENCE property in JACKSON least twenty (20) Clerk, Department of office of the Archi- I 1" 2-3
,:jnd.. 6K mi. I198 6c RUN NORTH 34 DE- County, Florida: days before the final Community Affairs, tect, 2910 Caledonia
I. ,.n:i s ,o ar. GREES 32 MINUTES hearing and must in- 2555 Shumard Oak Street, .Marianna, 1. CALL
guar,,er.r [nle $62 ' 56 SECONDS WEST LOT39 clude all of the infor- Boulevard, Tallahas- Florida; Plans are al-
r.6.200 334 61 FEET TO ON COMMENCE AT AN CHECK nation and contents see, Florida 32399- so on file in the fol- 2. PLACE YOUR AD
.- re mal !FORD '8 Fl50.4r.Odesc IRON ROD, THENCE EXISTING CONCRETE OUTTHE described in Uniform 2100, and a copy lowing plan rooms:
rle.cc.mcai net . 4.4 Aut.. $5.300 229- RUN NORTH 36 DE- MONUMENT MARK- Rule 28-106.205, mailed or delivered F.W. Dodge Plan 3GET RESULTS
BUY M E! New e.nTrF.r 334-'520. 229296 GREES 27 MINUTES ING THE NORTH- CLASSIFIEDS! F.A.C. A petition for to the, local govern- Rooms, Tallahassee, "
TiuselJor.ce, 00l0, 8171 01 SECONDS EAST WEST CORNER OF leave to intervene ment. Failure to and Pensacola, Flori-
GVWR, 2 axels, pd Ford '95 LTL 9000
YAMAHA '06 $1935 asking $1600 SEptic Truc. 5000
Roadstar 1700cc, 850-569-2262 g1o. r r capacry with -
Black, Motorcycle ne moro pump. 33.
5000 miles. Vance Vans 693 5718
Hines Exhaust Sys- Ford 96 F250 XLT
tem. 4 helmets and1 1978 Chevy Step Van, 2wa 8 h. Ded 460 Ci I -
gel cushion. One does not run, $500. .:wner $5.500 larm
owner, garage kept. NEG. 334-347-0619 E 3TRA CLEAN!' 334P
Like new. $8000. Chevy 03' Astro van
334- 618-5833. Lt pack. 61K actual Frie ht L.er 06' e�c
mi. rear air, very nice cn, asking for pay
YAMAHA '08 V-star cond. $7,800. OBO on. 334-618-9383 334-
250, Burgundy, 347-5560 after 6pm 692 3115 Contract w
Low miles! Like new! Great Wide ii t qualjf ty_ . -
334-693-5454 V6, auto, seats 8, Mitsubishi 06 Raider
power, am/fm cass. Duro Cross. Crew.
Yamaha '09 1300V new tires, NOW Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K
Star touring bike, $1975 OBO850-592- $14,500. 334-791-0646 Bulldozing HLawnServices PainSelf Storageting SelfStorage services Offered
334-796-8174 - IFJ G nerlfEE1,Mran a
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size tires. Camo trim. PATRICK OLWOCH M/ * -VISA * DISCOVER I IBeau tiIaon
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10 A Thursday, April 1, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


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www.JCFLORIDAN.com


New England flooding drowns homes, dreams


BY ERIC TUCKER AND
PAT EATON-ROBB
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS

CRANSTON, R.I. - Flooding
on a scale rarely seen in New
England forced hundreds of peo-'
ple from their homes and busi-
nesses Wednesday, overwhelmed
sewage systems and isolated
communities as it washed out
bridges and rippled across thor-
oughfares from Maine to
Connecticut. Three days of
record-breaking rains tapered to a
drizzle, then stopped before the
waters in hard-hit Rhode Island
finally crested. But authorities
across New England warned that
the flooding - far worse than an
indundation two weeks ago in the
same areas - could linger for
days.
Rhode Island experienced what
the governor called its worst
flooding in more than 200 years.
The swollen Pawtuxet River
threatened to collapse a bridge in
the town of Coventry. A stretch
of the main East Coast highway,
Interstate 95, shut down, and
Amtrak suspended some trains
on its busy Northeast lines.
Every resident of Rhode
Island, a state of about 1 million,
was asked to conserve water and
electricity because of flooded
sewage systems and electrical
substations. The waters either
stranded hundreds of people or
sent them 'to shelters. Many of
those who stayed behind
appeared shell-shocked.
Angelo Padula Jr.'s auto
restoration shop in West
Warwick, Angelo Padula & Son
Used Auto, stood in 10 feet of
water from the Pawtuxet River -
after 100 years in business, its
likely death knell, Padula said.
"I think we're all done," he
said. "If the federal government
doesn't give us disaster money, I
don't think we can ever come
back from this. You're talking


Firefighter Scott Grace, of the East Providence, R.I., fire department, right, guides an elderly couple
to dry land after helping rescue them from their flooded neighborhood in East Providence, Tuesday.
- AP Photo/Charles Krupa


millions and millions of dollars
in these businesses. Now I know
how the people in New Orleans
felt."
The flooding caps a month that
set rainfall records across the
region. Boston measured nearly
14 inches for March, breaking the
previous record for the month, set
in 1953. New Jersey, New York
City and Portland, Maine, sur-
passed similar records.
Providence registered its rainiest
month on record, period, with a
total of more than 15 inches of
rain in March.
Gov. Don Carcieri called the.
flooding "unprecedented in our
state's'history." President Barack
Obama had issued an emergency.
declaration late Tuesday for
Rhode Island, ordering federal
aid for relief and authorizing the
Federal Emergency Management
Agency to coordinate efforts.
In Coventry, police Col.


Ronald Da Silva said that the
abutments on a two-lane bridge
over the Pawtuxet River had
washed out and that the bridge
was predicted to collapse. A
neighborhood downstream evac-
uated as a precaution.
Town Manager Tom Hoover
said the river had already eaten
into part of a building and threat-
ened to collapse more of it.
Two large shopping malls in
Warwick flooded, and a security
guard at one of them had to be
rescued by boat. In a nod to the
long road - ahead of Rhode
Islanders affected by the flood,
IRS extended the tax filing dead-
line in the state to May 11.
Monica Bourgeois, 45, cried
Wednesday morning as she stood
outside her home in Cranston,
where a sewer pump station gave
out and hundreds of residents had
evacuated by early Wednesday.
The Pawtuxet had turned her


lawn into a lake and flooded her
basement with six feet of still-ris-
ing water.
"I have absolutely no idea how
we're going to pay for this," she
said. "I'm extremely, extremely
worried. Do you know how much
a new furnace costs? We're just
praying to God for some help."
Similar concerns plagued resi-
dents throughout New England.
National Guard troops went into
action in Rhode Island,
Massachusetts and Connecticut.
A pond dam in Porter, Maine, let
loose Tuesday morning, sending
a torrent of water down country
roads but injuring no one. Water
covered roads in New
Hampshire..
Stonington, Conn., a coastal
town on a peninsula, was largely
cut off as two of its three bridges
went out. A bridge also gave out
in Freetown, Mass., isolating
about 1,000 residents.


Officials in Warwick, where a
water and sewage treatment plant
failed, asked residents not to
launder clothes or flush toilets.
Rhode Island officials warned
that although the waters had
begun to recede by Wednesday
afternoon, the Pawtuxet was not
expected to go below its banks
before Saturday.
In Connecticut, the muddy
earth beneath a Middletown
apartment complex parking lot
gave way, leaving two buildings
teetering over the ravine of a
river. Residents went to a shelter.
Heavy rains buckled a road in
Fall River, Mass., near the Rhode
Island border. In Peabody, north
of Boston,: a court closed
Wednesday because flooding
made it inaccessible. Some resi-
dents there evacuated. Downtown
businesses piled sandbags at their
front doors.
Demetri Skalkos, co-owner of
McNamara's liquor store, said
about three feet of water stood in
the basement. He said he was
worried about losing business
over the busy Easter period.
"This is the Holy Week," he
said. "... If we don't do business
now, when are we going to do
business?"
Traffic snarled as motorists
sought detours around 1-95, the
main link between New York and
Boston. Amtrak suspended its
Acela Express and regular
Northeast Regional service in the
area.
Glen Kerkian, a resident of
Charlestown, R.I., and president
of the University of Rhode Island
Foundation, heard the announce-
ment as he waited in New York's
Penn Station for his train to board
- but was trying not to worry.
"There are people who have
had serious hardship," he said.
"You're seeing water in places
you've never seen before - on
the normal route to work, going
through a half-dozen rapids."


Police: Teen sold stepsister,


BY BETH DEFALCO AND
AARON MORRISON
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS

TRENTON, N.J. - It started with
a party invitation to a 15-year-old girl
from some men she knew. She took
her 7-year-old stepsister to an apart-
ment down the street from their home
near the Statehouse, wherethe girls
had been hanging around outside on a
Sunday afternoon.
For the younger girl, police say it
quickly descended into a horrifying
ordeal in which she was gang-raped
by as many as seven men as her sister
not only watched but got paid by
those who did it.
Their parents, none the wiser,
thought maybe they had run away.
"We're talking about a kid who told
her sister to go into an apartment and
let people rape her," said Trenton
police Capt. Joseph .Juniak. "It's
unfathomable."
The teen has been charged with
aggravated sexual assault, promoting'
prostitution and other crimes. Her
name was not released because of her
age, but the county prosecutor plans
to ask the court to try her as an adult.
In the meantime, she is being held at
the Mercer County Youth Detention
Center.
The 7-year-old had wanted to tag
along because she was worried about
the 15-year-old's safety, Mayor Doug
Palmer said.
When the girls didn't return home
by 4:30 Sunday afternoon, their par-
ents called police, believing the older
one had run away from home and
taken her younger sister with her.
In fact, they were down the street
inside a 13th-floor apartment at
Rowan Towers, a high-rise complex
so dangerous that police are hired as
security guards at night.
"They keep it clean on the outside,
but it's what's on the inside that you
have to worry about," said neighbor
William Johnson, who says police are
coming out of the building all the


,7,
--m


for sex


Rowan Towers at 620 West State Street, in Trenton, N.J., is shown on
Wednesday. The building was the site of a party where police say a 15-
year-old sold her 7-year-old sister to have sex with as many as seven men
and boys. Police say the child later put on her clothes and two strangers
walked the crying girl home. She was treated at a hospital. Police say the
teenager, who stayed behind, also took money to have sex with others at
a party in the Trenton apartment on Sunday. The older girl is charged with
aggravated sexual assault, promoting prostitution and other crimes. - AP
Photo/Rich Schultz


time. Inside apartment 13-C, police
said, the 7-year-old was soon left
alone as her sister headed to a back
bedroom to sell sex to several men.
When she came out into the living
room, she handed her 7-year-old sis-
ter money and encouraged her to let
the men touch her.
"It went from touching to straight
out assault and rape," Juniak said.'
"They threatened to kill her if she
screamed or told anyone."
Afterward, the child put on her
clothes and left. Her sister stayed
behind with the men.
Two women found the child crying
outside the apartment and walked her
home, where police were waiting.
The child told them what happened
and was treated at a hospital.
When police located the 15-year-
old later that night, she also told them


what happened and was arrested.
Palmer said the crimes are among
the worst he's seen in 20 years as
mayor,
"It's sickening," he said. "The
police are taking this personal. I
know there's a place in hell for all the
people that participated in this and
I'm sure they will get there."
"Personally, as a father with a 7-
year-old daughter, I can't imagine the
horror," Palmer added.
Lauren Kidd, a spokeswoman for
New Jersey's Children and Families
department, said state and federal
confidentiality laws prohibit the
agency from commenting about pos-
sible prior involvement with the fam-
ily.
But Juniak indicated the depart-
ment may have had previous contact
with the older girl.


Judge: Feds illegally wiretapped Islamic charity


1963 letter indicates former

pope knew of sexual abuse
BY GILLIAN FLACCUS
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
LOS ANGELES - The head of a Roman Catholic
order that specialized in the treatment of pedophile
priests visited with then-Pope Paul VI nearly 50
years ago and followed up with a letter recommend-
ing the removal of pedophile priests from ministry,
according to a copy of the letter released Wednesday.
In the.Aug. 27, 1963 letter, the head of the New
Mexico-based Servants of the Holy Paraclete tells
the pope he recommends removing pedophile priests
from active ministry and strongly urges defrocking
repeat offenders.
The letter shows that the Vatican knew, or should
have known, about clergy abuse in the U.S. decades
ago, said Anthony DeMarco, a plaintiff attorney in
Los Angeles who provided the letter. The release
comes as plaintiffs in Kentucky are attempting to sue
the Vatican for negligence for allegedly failing to
alert police or the public about priests who molested
children. Yet the problem was very well known to
Rome well before the 1960s. The 1917 code of canon
law criminalized sexual abuse of minors. Five years
later, the Vatican penned a document outlining
detailed procedures for handling such cases. In 1962,
'that document was updated and has been used in
many of the lawsuits by victims against U.S. diocese
and the Vatican itself.
The letter, written by the Rev. Gerald M.C.
'Fitzgerald, appears to have been drafted at the
request of'the pope and summarizes Fitzgerald's
thoughts on problem priests after his Vatican visit.
A message left with the Paraclete order at one of
their two existing facilities in Missouri was not
returned. A number for the second facility was dis-
connected. The offices of the Vatican spokesman
were closed late Wednesday.
Tod Tamberg, spokesman for the Archdiocese of
Los Angeles, defended the church and said it was
unlikely Paul VI ever saw the letter.
"The fact of the matter is, the prevailing ideas at
the time about how to deal with abusive behavior
were not adequate," Tamberg said. "Clearly, society
and the church have evolved new understandings of
what causes sexually abusive behavior and how to
deal with it."
Fitzgerald opens the five-page letter by thanking
the pope for an audience the day before and says he
is summarizing his thoughts at the pope's request on
the "problem of the problem priest" after 20 years
working to treat them.
He tells Paul VI that treatment for priests who have
succumbed to "abnormal, homosexual tendencies"
should include psychiatric, as well as spiritual, coun-
seling - but goes on to warn about the dangers of
leaving those individuals in ministry.
The letter also touches on priests who have con-
sensual affairs with wvomen.
"Personally, I am not sanguine of the return of
priests to active duty who have been addicted to
abnormal practices, especially sins with the young,"
Fitzgerald wrote.
"Where there is indication of incorrigibility,
because of the tremendous scandal given, I would
most earnestly recommend total laicization," he
wrote. "I say 'total' ... because when these men are
taken before civil authority, the non-Catholic world
definitely blames the discipline of celibacy for the
perversion of these men."
The letter proves that Vatican officials knew about
clergy abuse decades ago and should have done more
to protect children, plaintiff attorney DeMarco said.
The church has come under fire for transferring
priests accused of sexual abuse to other parishes,
rather than reporting the abuse to civil authorities and
removing them from ministry.
The problem of clergy abuse has been known to.
Rome well before then. The 1917 code of canon law
criminalized sexual abuse of minors. Five years later,
the Vatican penned a document outlining detailed
procedures for handling such cases. In 1962, that
document was updated and has been used in many of
the lawsuits by victims against U.S. diocese and the
Vatican itself.


Belew and Ghafoor
claimed their 2004 phone
conversations with founda-
tion official Soliman al-
Buthi were wiretapped
without warrants soon after
the Treasury Department
had declared the Oregon
branch a supporter of ter-
rorism. They argued that
wiretaps installed without a,
judge's authorization are
illegal.
Jon Eisenberg, the lead
plaintiffs lawyer, said the
complicated 45-page ruling
holds the Bush administra-
tion program was unconsti-
tutional.
"We are gratified," he
said of the outcome of the
4-year-old case. "It has
been a long time."
The ruling came after
U.S. Attorney General Eric
Holder said the lawsuit
threatened to expose ongo-
ing intelligence work and
must be thrown out.
* In making the argument,


the Obama administration
agreed with the Bush
administration's position
on the case but insists it
came to the decision differ-
ently.
Holder's effort to stop
the lawsuit marks the first
time the administration has
tried to invoke the state
secrets privilege. Under the
strategy, the government
can have a lawsuit dis-
missed if hearing the case
would jeopardize national
security.
Eisenberg called on the
Obama administration to
accept Wednesday's ruling
and forgo any appeals.
"We are reviewing it,"
Department of , Justice
spokeswoman Tracy
Schmaler said.
President Bush author-
ized the program shortly
after 9/11 and ended it in
..1 11-1 '
The i'~.1111 allowed
National Security \.'ny


officials to. bypass the
courts and intercept elec-
tronic communications
believed connected to al-
Qaida.
Generally, government
investigators are required
to obtain search warrants
signed by judges to eaves-
drop on domestic phone
calls, e-mail traffic and
other electronic communi-
cations.
Anthony Coppolino, the
U.S. Department of Justice
lawyer who has been in
charge of the government's
case under both administra-
tions, has never addressed
the legality of the Bush
administration program.
Coppolino has always
.ili'ued the case should he
tossed out in the name of
national security.
Coppolino also said the
' i OIIIIIII-nl risked expos-
i ll" ed -' ' . lli. ' I ln l.'.ll- .
work 11 1h, lawsuit were
allowed to proceed,


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BY PAUL ELIAS
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

SAN FRANCISCO - A
federal judge ruled
Wednesday that govern-
ment investigators illegally
wiretapped the phone con-
versations of an Islamic
charity and two American
lawyers without a search
warrant.
U.S. District Court Judge
Vaughn Walker said the
plaintiffs have provided
enough evidence to show
"they were subjected to
warrantless electronic sur-
veillance."
At issue was a 2006 law-
suit challenging the Bush
administration's so-called
Terrorist Surveillance
Program. The lawsuit was
filed by the Ashland, Ore.,
branch of the Saudi-based
Al-Haramain Islamic
Foundation and two
American lawyers Wendell
Belew and Asim Ghafoor.
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