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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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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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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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Related Items

Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Man allegedly attacks cops


Alcohol level

nearly four

times legal limit
STAFF REPORT

Cottondale resident John Lipner, 20,
was arrested Thursday after being
involved in a traffic accident with a blood
alcohol level of 0.299. He. was also
charged for allegedly striking three offi-
cers during their attempt to tend to
Lipner's injuries from the accident.
According* to Jackson County Sheriff
Lou Roberts,, officers of the Florida
Highway Patrol and the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office were dispatched to what
they were told was an accident with
injuries. ,
According to Roberts, when the officers


arrived to the report,
ed crash scene on
Rowell Road in
Cottondale, it turned
�. , out to be Lipner's
' . yard.
Roberts said the
location of the actual
accident is still
under investigation
by the Florida
John Highway Patrol.
Lipner Lipner allegedly
drove his almost
demolished vehicle from the scene of the
accident to his home on Rowell Road,
where someone' called in the crash,
Roberts said.
The highway patrol report states that
two officers arrived on the scene and
found Lipner behind the wheel of the vehi-
cle which had been involved in a wreck.
When emergency responders attempted
to assist Lipner and provide first aid for his
injuries, Lipner became "very combative,"


according to the report. The report states
Lipner allegedly struck paramedic
Wilfredo Arroyo in the back.
According to the report, a third highway
patrol officer then arrived, witnessing the
two other officers "on the ground attempt-
ing to subdue" Lipner.
The highway patrol stated in the report
that in his attempt to assist the other offi-
cers, the third officer was allegedly kicked
by Lipner several times.
After gaining control of Lipner with a
hobble restraint for his legs, the three offi-
cers were then able to restrain Lipner.
After noticing a "strong odor of alcohol
and bloodshot watery eyes," officers
informed Lipner that because he was
found behind the wheel of the vehicle, he
was under investigation for driving under
the influence.
The report states Lipner continued to be
combative, continued swearing and'
yelling, and had to -be restrained on the
stretcher.
Due to Lipner's physical and mental


state, officers requested a mandatory blood
test.
With paramedics unable to examine
Lipner on the scene, he was then trans-
ported to Jackson Hospital for testing and
treatment.
According to the report, Lipner contin-
ued to be combative at the hospital, and
had to be physically restrained to the hos-
pital bed. Doctors found Lipner's blood
alcohol level to be .299. The legal driving
limit is 0.08.
Following his treatment, Lipner was
placed in handcuffs and leg irons and
escorted to a patrol car. He then continued
to be uncooperative, and allegedly
attempted to kick out the back window of
the patrol car. Lipner was then transferred
to a car with bars on the windows and
taken. to Jackson County Correctional
Facility.
Lipner was charged with driving under
the influence, three counts of battery on a
law enforcement officer, and resisting an
officer with violence. -


Malone puts finishing touches on park Angry ex

By. DEBORAH BUCKHALTER.- - .-. -. charged
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER th reckless
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Kathy Martin is delighted to
be entertaining her grandson this
spring.
Max Martin is visiting from
upstate New York, staying at her
house between Two Egg and
Bascom.
Living outside a municipality,
there was no nearby city. park to
take her grandson to. But Martin'
had heard there was one in
Malone. The two of them hit the
/ road Monday in search of it.
Soon after they pulled into the
Johnny Williams Memorial Park,
Max shinnied up the ladder of a
playground piece and started
exploring its swings, slides and a
tunnel. Then he was off again to
take a dive down the slide.
As Martin watched him play,
she encountered Malone Mayor-
Gene Wright. He happened to be
there, showing another visitor the
park's latest improvements.
Martin told him she was
impressed with what she saw.
"It's so nice, so clean," she
said. "It's wonderful."
Usihg seven state grants, the
city has done much with the
roughly $800,000 in total it
received, and there's more to
come.
The latest accomplishments
include a half-mile walking/bike
path, which will soon be lighted,
and improvements to the rest-
rooms and concession stand that
serve fans attending games on the
park's five ball fields.
The park also has three covered
pavilions, with four picnic tables
each, for the convenience of fans.
For the benefit of players, the
city put a batting cage in the com-
plex as well.
The city has also added play-
ground equipment, and paved a
See MALONE, Page 4A 0


. . drivingg
STAFF REPORT
Marianna resi-
dent Alasha
Wright, 19, is fac-
ing felony charges Alasha
after allegedly , Wright
attempting to run
her ex-boyfriend off the road and
ultimately causing an. accident
Sunday evening.
. According to a report from the
T . Marianna Police Department,
around 5 p.m. Wright spotted her
ex-boyfriend - Charles Leslie,
. 19, of Greenwood - traveling
" 'down the road with another
'-female in the vehicle with him.
Err.'The report states that Wright
S.then allegedly began to ram into
'. ',"Leslie's car with her own while
both were traveling down the
road. Leslie alleged to officers
Sunday that Wright struck his
vehicle several times, attempting
to cause him to wreck.
.. 7, ." .. According to the report, Wright
. , .then began to follow Leslie down
Old Cottondale Road as he head.
.k .-"ed west. Wright allegedly
slammed into Leslie again, this
,2 .F'.. . -time causing Wright to lose con-
trol of her vehicle.
-- The report states that Wright
swerved off the road and into a
ditch, then struck a culvert which
Sblew out the vehicle's right front
tire.
The vehicle then spun back
onto the road ip a clockwise .cir-
cle, through. a grass portion on
Albefrt Street, and struck a mail-
See ANGRY, Page 4A P


-Mx Martin patiently waits at the top of the slide in Johnny Williams Memorial Park. Malone Mayor
Gene Wright, at the bottom of the slide, finishes his conversation with the youngster's grandmother,
Kathy Martin.- Deborah Buckhatler / WMBB


Grand Ridge spring

cleaning begins
STAFF REPORT
Grand Ridge residents have an opportunity this
week to get rid of unwanted household items,
without having to pay a disposal fee or .even
move it very far.
The city's Spring Clean-Up began Monday,
and runs through Thursday.
The materials must be placed on the street
right-of-way for pickup. A few things will not be
accepted.
For instance, the city will not pick up leaves,
limbs, flammable materials, hazardous materials,
paints or any chemicals.
The city will also hot accept televisions,
microwaves, computer monitors or tires on rims.
The city will take up to four rimless tires per
household, however.
The clean-up service is available to city resi-'
dents only.
Although there will be no free commercial
pickup of any kind, for a fee of $5 to $7 per tire,
the city can arrange for commercial tire pickup.
Fees for that service must be paid in advance.
For more information, call city all at 592-
4621.


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Mayoral duties-

chair meetings,

wrangle gator
STAFF REPORT
A mayor is called upon to do
many things for his town. But on
Saturday, Malone Mayor Gene
Wright got an unusual request.
Some patrons were having din-
ner at Malone Cafe around 6 p.m.
that evening, when they saw an
alligator trying to get in the door
at Yates Pharmacy across the
street.
Wright called wildlife officials,
then set to work on the problem
while he waited for them to
arrive.
He and brother-in-law* Tim
Benton drove over in Benton's
truck, and took out a big garbage
can he had in the bed of the vehi-
cle.
They laid the can on its side
and forced the three and a half
foot gator into it, then set it
upright.
. They took the reptile to the city
wastewater holding pond, and
released it there.


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TUESDAY


A very close call


This car entered the intersection from Jasper Road into the path of a northbound
semi on Basswood Road near Malone early Monday. The front of the car struck
the side of the truck. 'There were no life-threatening injuries in the accident,
according to a Florida Highway Patrol trooper on the scene, but further details
were not immediately available. - Deborah Buckhalter / Floridan


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Street Address:
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Marianna, FL 32446
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April 13 - Tuesday
* Life Management Center Foster
Care/Adoption Information Session - 6
p.m. at 4403 Jackson St. in Marianna. No
charge. Call Christie Bascetta, toll free, at 1-
866-769-9481.
* The William Henry Milton Chapter 1039,
United Daughters of the Confederacy, meets
at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna, at 11
a.m. for a Dutch-treat lunch, followed by rit-
ual stand program, "Southern Intelligence
Agents." The history and heritage group wel-
comes female descendants of Confederate
veterans to meet the second Tuesday of each
month, September-November and January-
May. Call 633-2570 or 482-3477.
* The Republican -Club of Northwest
Florida meets at noon in Jim's Buffet & Grill
in Marianna. Featured: Debate between
republican Congressional candidates Dianne
Berryhill and Charles Ranson. Public wel-
come. Call 352-4984 or 718-5411.
* The Optimist Club of Jackson County
board meets every second Tuesday, at noon
in the First Capital Bank, 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.
* Parents and kids are invited to F.M.
Golson Elementary School family Reading
Night, 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the media center,
with special readers, door prizes and cookies
and milk.
* 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.

April 14 - Wednesday
* AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Services con-
tinue Wednesday mornings through April 14.
For an appointment, call 693-0873.
* Jackson' County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 3
p.m.
* Chipola College business instructor Lee
Shook and student volunteers provide free
tax preparation and electronic filing - sim-
ple, individual returns only - from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Wednesday through early April.


Other times available by appointment. For
faster refunds, bring a personal check (with
routing information). Call 718-2368.
* Chipola Retirees meet at 11:30 a.m. in
the Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli, downtown
Marianha, for lunch and fellowship. .All
retirees, spouses and friends are welcome.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
* The Sneads Town Council meets in spe-
cial session at 4 p.m. in the Sneads Town
Hall.

April 15 - Thursday
* Quit Smoking Now classes at Jackson
Hospital begin at noon. Lunch provided.
Classes use curriculum developed by ex-
smokers for those who want to become ex-
smokers. Free nicotine patches, gum and/or
lozenges also available. Call 482-6500 to
register.
* Covenant Hospice presents "Life is Like
a Box of Chocolates," a National Healthcare
Decision Day event, 2-4 p.m. at the Jackson
County Public Library, 2929. Green St. in
Marianna. Sample from the chocolate foun-
tain, learn about advance directives and take
home a free copy of the"Five
'Wishes"advance directive document. Call
482-8520.
* The Jackson County School Board work-
shop begins at 4 p.m. Call 482-1200.
* AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of the 'Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 4:30-7:30 p.m. Services contin-
ue Thursday evenings through April 15. For
an appointment, call 693-0873.
* The Florida Department of Transportation
hosts a public information meeting, 5-6 p.m.
in the Graceville Civic Center, 5424 Brown
St. in Graceville, regarding a proposed
resurfacing project along State Road (SR)
77 in Jackson County.
* Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at
2880 Orange St. (behind Bryant
Enterprises). Call 482-3766 or 569-1294.
* The Marianna Arts Festival and BBQ
Cook-Off Paint n' Pork Preview Dinner is
6:30 p.m. Tickets: $20. Menu features bar-
becue from award winning Memphis in May-
sanctioned teams. ABS Band will play
favorites from the '60s, '70s.and '80s.
* Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion
- Thursday, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limit-


ed to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

April 16 - Friday
* Today is the registration deadline for
University of Florida IFAS Jackson County
Extension and Master Gardeners' "Cold-
Hardy Citrus" seminar, set for 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. on April 24. Cost: $10, if paid by April
1'6 ($15 after April 16/at the door). Lunch
included. Call 482-9620 or e-mail jackson-
mg@ifas.ufl.edu.
* The Marianna Arts Festival and BBQ
Cook-Off at Citizens Lodge opens to the pub-
lic at noon with entertainment throughout
the day, including country music from JT
Curtis and the Silver Eagle Band, plus arfand
food vendors, entertainment, children's
activities and more. Daily admission: $3 per
person.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" Fridays at
Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able. 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.

April 17 - Saturday
* FFA Yard Sale, 6 a.m. at the Jackson
County Agriculture Center Fairgrounds. Sale
supports FFA as members prepare for state
contest. Call 209-8302.
* The Marianna Arts Festival and BBQ
Cook-Off at Citizens Lodge continues, 10
a.m. to 8 p.m. The Second Annual Smiling
Pig 5K Walk/Run starts at 8 a.m. Entry fee:
$15 before April 16, $20 day of race.
Registration: 7:30 a.m. Daily admission: $3
per person.
* AARP Safe Driving class, 8-'30 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. at Jim's Buffet and Grill in
Marianna. Call 638-6216 to register.
* The 13th Annual Kynesville School
Reunion will be at the Amos Morris Pavilion,
2095 Morris Road in Cottondale. Doors open
at 10 a.m. Lunch is served at noon. Bring
covered dishes and lawn chairs. Call 579-
4608.
* The 2010 Jackson County Pageants are
at 1 and 7 p.m. in the Marianna High School
Auditorium. Call 482-5275 or 718-7095.
* 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.
* The Hope School Prom is April 17.
Those who graduated between 1999 and
2009 and still have not received invitations,
call 482-9616.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
April 11, the
latest .avail- .',."
able report: --
one reckless _
driver, two "I�CIME
physical dis- A"
turbances, two verbal dis-
turbances, one burglar
alarm, one discharge of a
firearm report, 19 traffic
stops, one larceny com-
plaint and one assAult.

'JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County


Sheriff's Office's most
recent incident report was
unavailable as of press
time.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- Cleveland Smith, 23,
1640 John Borrow Road,
Little Rock, Ark., fugitive
from justice (Arkansas).
- Sandra Ranew, 38,
4491 Dry Creek Road,
Marianna, non-child sup-
port.
T


- Tracey Deese, 35,
1858 Taber Lane,
Marianna, retail theft.
- Nancy Keigans, 20,
1850 Destiny Lane,
Marianna, retail theft.
- James Adams, 43,
3250 Spanish Moss Lane,
Palm Harbor, fugitive
from justice (Alabama).
- Algene Bellamy, 48,
3070 Carters Mill Road,
Marianna, hold for court,
hold for Department of
Corrections.
- Guy Hancock, 40,
(address .not listed in
report), Marianna, fugitive
from justice (Alabama).
- Jonathan Mayo, 30,


569 Kuwait Lane, Alford,
knowingly driving while
license suspended or
revoked.
- Kevin Carter, 28, 4342
Waddell Mill Lane,
Marianna, possession of
less than 20 grams of mar-
ijuana .
- Johnta Briggs, 25,
2833 Motonium Drive,
Marianna, resisting officer
without violence.
- Moises Lopez, 27,
1513 Maralon Drive,
Birmingham, Ala., no dri-
ver's license, attached tag
not assigned, no vehicle
registration.
- Alasha Wright, 19,


4052 Old Cottondale
Road, Marianna, aggravat-
ed assault with motor
vehicle, reckless driving.
- Tony Lagman, 42,
2250 Seay Road,,
Cottondale, dealing in
stolen property.
- William Wagner, 33,
5428 Hunter Fish Camp
Road, Marianna, resisting
officer without violence.

JAIL POPULATION: 232

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


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Jackson County Floridan * Tuesday, April 13, 2010 - 3A


Poetry and presidents at DAR


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Glenn Hess spoke about
President's Day at the
February meeting of
Chipola Chapter, NSDAR.
At the March meeting,
Ruth Barnes Kinsolving
was welcomed as a new
member by Regent Ellen
Wright, after her accept-
ance by the National
Society of the Daughters of
the American Revolution in
Washington, D.C.
Also in March, Chipola
Chapter member Josephine
McGlamery encouraged
members to write an auto-
biography in order to "leave
a footprint" with her pro-
gram at the March meeting.
McGlamery is a retired
teacher and counselor who
currently helps others as a
greeter at Wal-Mart in
Chipley, where she received
a commendation for pre-


Regent Ellen Wright, left, greets Judge Glenn Hess at
the Chipola Chapter, NSDAR Feb. 15 meeting. -
Contributed photo


venting a suicide. Her auto-
biography, "Lady Luck ...
Ain't No Lady" was begun
as a graduation gift for her
granddaughter, who insist-


ed that the first chapter was
the present she most want-
ed.
McGlamery read several
poems from her volume,


S Josephine McGlamery
presents program at the
Chipola Chapter, NSDAR's newest member, Ruth March Chipola Chapter,
Kinsolving, left, is welcomed to the group by Regent NSDAR meeting. -
Ellen Wright. - Contributed photo Contributed photo


"Red Clay Pots," and chal-
lenged each member of the
group to write something to
share by March 2011.
At the April 19 meeting


of Chipola Chapter,
NSDAR, member Mary
Ann Flowers of
Blountstown will present
the program, "Mayflower


Ancestry." Lunch begins at
11 a.m. at Jim's Buffet &
Grill in Marianna with the
meeting called to order at
11:30 a.m.


Pilot Club ready to 'Swing into Spring'


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

The Pilot Club of Marianna's
"Swing into Spring" fundraiser is
raising funds to place a handi-
capped-accessible swing set at
Citizens Lodge Park in Marianna.
Donations of goods and servic-
es from area businesses have
been gathered for inclusion in
three large prize packages: Grand
Prize, Outdoor/Recreation and
Pamper Me, each of which boasts
prize collections valued from


$1,700 to more than $3,000.
Tickets to win one of the three
prize packages sell for $5 each or
five tickets for $20.
The Grand Prize package, val-
ued at more than $3,200, includes
resort and bed ahd breakfast
accommodations, a $200 savings
bond, gourmet food and wine,
restaurant gift certificates,
spa/hair products, a professional
photography session, a gas grill,
theater tickets, newspaper sub-
scriptions and much more.


The "Outdoor/Recreation
package, valued at more than
$1,700, includes a half-day quail
hunting trip, hunting bow and
arrows, fishing rod and reel, a
fish cooker and propane tank, an
electric grill, college football
tickets, restaurant gift certifi-
cates, gym memberships and
more.
The Pamper Me package, val-
ued at more than $1,700, includes
a one-night bed and breakfast
stay, gym memberships, tanning


gift certificates, restaurant gift
certificates, designer sunglasses,
hair care services .and products,
photos, a photography session
and mote. Winning tickets will be
drawn May 5, on WJAQ.
Funds raised by the Pilot Club
will go to fund a handicap-acces-
sible swing set to be donated by
the Marianna Pilot Club and the
Marianna Kiwanis Club. The
swing set will be placed in the
Citizens Park for all to enjoy.
According to the Pilot Club of


Marianna, the swing set the
group plans.to place in Citizens
Park is designed to provide hours
of enjoyment to those it serves:
adults or children who suffer
from brain-related injuries or dis-
orders, or those with a temporary
disability, such as a broken leg.
For a complete list of prizes
included in each package, or to
purchase tickets for the "Swing
into Spring" fundraiser, contact
any Pilot Club of Marianna mem-
ber or call 573-6563.


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hill" in Tallahassee visiting policy
makers and sharing the FFA story.
The event was sponsored by the
Florida Association of Agricultural
Educators, the Florida FFA
Association and the Florida
Association of Career and Technical
Education.
These FFA members met with
Commissioner Charles Bronson,
Florida Department of Agriculture
and Consumer Services; Sen. Charles
Dean, chairman, Senate Ag
Committee; Susan Reese, senior staff
director, House Agriculture and
Natural Resources Policy Committee;
Charlotte Emerson, College of
Agricultural. and Life Sciences; as
well as numerous representatives and
senators from their districts.
"Ag on the Hill" provides FFA
members the opportunity to become
more familiar with the legislative
process as well share the FFA story
with their elected officials. In addi-
tion to the legislative visits, the group
toured the Florida Senate chamber,
the Florida Capitol and heard presen-
tation from Senate and House staff.
FFA is a national youth organiza-
tion of 490,017 student members
preparing for leadership and careers
in the science, business and technolo-
gy of agriculture.


From left, Stan Scurlock, Zach Wester, Lindsey Locke, Agriculture
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Hancock Bank plans layoffs


WMBB NEWS 13

Hancock Bank announced Monday
that they will consolidate 57 positions
in June. Twenty employees will stay on
through the end of the year to finish
processing files.
Hancock Bank purchased Peoples
First Community Bank back in
December. David Powell, Bay County


market manager, says the positions to
be eliminated represent overlaps
between the former Peoples First home
office in Panama.City, and Hancock's
home office in Mississippi.
Hancock representatives say that 110
jobs in support staff will be kept. They
also say no front-line employees such
as tellers, loan representatives or man-
agers will be affected. In fact, they say


since December, they've added 10
employees to these types of positions.
Employees .who stay through June
will receive a retention bonus as well as
an eight-week severance package. They
will also be first to be considered for
openings within the first 60 days they
are laid off. In addition, Hancock is
working with the Workforce Center to
offer support totthe employees.


Thousands of Miami-Dade

teachers absent in protest


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MIAMI - Thousands
of Miami-Dade County
Public School teachers
were absent from classes
in protest of a proposed
law that would establish a
merit pay system and do
away with tenure for new
teachers.
Thirty percent of the
district's 22,500 teachers
did not'show up to school
on Monday. In five ele7
mentary schools, the
absentee rate for teachers
was as high as 90 percent.
District officials pre-


pared themselves after
rumors began circulating
that teachers planned to
call in sick or take a vaca-
tion day to protest a bill
the Legislature passed last
week.
Students at some
schools also staged peace-
ful protests in support of
their teachers.
District spokesman John
Schuster says substitutes
were used and some class-
es combined.
The bill is now before
Gov. Charlie Crist, who
has said he is unsure
whether he will veto it.


STAFF REPORT

An elderly Marianna resi-
dent was killed and three
county residents were serious-
ly injured in a two-car colli-
sion that occurred Friday
morning. According to the
Florida Highway Patrol, the
accident occurred at the inter-
section of State Road 2 and
County Road 167 at 10:50
a.m. Friday. The highway
patrol reports a 2006 Buick,
driven by Luther Bennett, 67,
of Marianna, was heading
north on County Road 167
when it "violated the right of
way" at a stop sign and
entered the intersection.


SThe right side of :Bennett's
car collided with the front end
.of a 2006 Ford Focus, driven
by Stanley Spirlock, 45, of
Bacpm. Spurlock was head-
ing Lesi on State Road 2
when the accident occurred.
Both cars spun out before
coming to a stop. According
to the highway.patrol, Howard
Harris, 75, of Marianna and a
passenger in the Buick, was
taken to Jackson Hospital
were he succumbed to his
injuries and was pronounced
dead. Bennett, Spurlock and
his passenger, 70-year-old
Mary Spurlock of Marianna,
were all listed as suffering
serious injuries.


Malone


tricycle path around one of
the playgrounds. Skaters
share the path with tricycle
riders from time to time,
but skateboarders will soon
have their own area.
By the height of summer,
Wright hopes Malone will
become the only town in
Jackson County to have a
skate park, to be located
inside Johnny .Williams
Memorial Park. Wright
said it will have the vertical
loops and other challenges
that skateboarders enjoy.
The city will also add
some outdoor exercise
equipment as . summer
approaches.
During these ongoing
park improvements last
year, tle city also had an
opportunity to'aequire three
acres of land and some
buildings adjacent to the
park.
They took out a loan to


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take advantage of that deal,
at approximately $140,000.
The buildings are used to
store equipment, and as a
workshop area.
Until the property was
acquired, city equipment
was stashed in a cramped
space behind city hall.
Wright said the improve-
ments will continue as the
city prepares to celebrate
its 100th birthday next year.
The city was founded in
1911. The centennial cele-
bration will culminate at
Malone Fun Day in
November 2011.
SAs part of the centennial
observation, Wright plans
to contact Malone, N.Y., to
arrange a 'sister cities'
compact with that commu-
nity. Martin, whose grand-
child lives in the same
region of the state as the
Malone in New York, was
tickled to hear it.


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box before coming to a stop.
Wright was arrested and
charged with third-degree
felony aggravated assault
with a motor vehicle, and


reckless driving. Wright
was booked into the Jackson
County Correctional
Facility, where she awaits
her first appearance.


OBITUARIES


Peavy Funeral Home
20367 NW Evans Ave.
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-2266

Thomas
Bradley
"Brad" Brown

Thomas ' Bradley "Brad"
Brown was born in Panama
City to Robert and Char-
lotte Brown on July 23,
1949. He took his last ride
to Glory on April 10, 2010.
He was preceded in
death by his father, Robert
Brown.
He is survived by his
mother, Charlotte Brown of
Wewahitchka; sister Rhon-
da Hillier of Panama City,
brothers Stephen Brown
and wife Jennifer, and
Scotty Brown and wife Jan,
all of Wewahitchka; son
Kelly Brown of Orapge,
Texas; daughter Bonnie
Smith and husband Mike,
of Orange; granddaughter
Jocelyn Brown of Dolores,
Colo., 'grandson Tyler
Smith of Orange; niece
Mariah Brown; and neph-
ews Roman and Beau
Brown, all of Wewahitchka.
Brad graduated from
Wewahitchka High School
in 1967. He proudly served
is country in the Navy from
1968 to 1972. He was em-
ployed as a vocational in-
structor with the Washing-
ton County school system.
A father, brother, son
'and friend, .he will be re-
membered for his laughter,
generosity and loyalty by
all that knew him.
The funeral service will
be Wednesday, April 14, 2
p.m. CDT at the First Bap-
tist Church in
Wewahitchka.
A candlelight vigil will be
held at dusk on April 14, at
Jehu Cemetery in
Wewahitchka. -
The family will receive
friends Tuesday, April 13, 6
to 8 p.m. CDT at the First
Baptist Church in
Wewahitchka.
All arrangements are un-
der the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral.
Home in Blountstown.

Sunset Memorial Park
Funeral Home and
Crematory, LLC
1700 Barrington Road
Dothan, AL
334-983-6604


Doris Edge
Davis

Doris Edge Davis, a resi-
dent of Dothan, Ala.,
passed away Saturday,
April 10, 2010, at her home.
She was 85.
The graveside service will
be 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 13,
at Memory Hill Cemetery,
with Dr. Jim Sanders offi-
ciating and Robert Byrd of
Sunset Funeral directing. A
reception will be held at


the Dothan Country Club
following the service. In
lieu of flowers, memorials
may be made to the
Wiregrass Humane Society,
the First United Methodist
Church of Dothan, or your
favorite charity.
Death doesn't seem so
terrible when you have
really lived and tried to live
without regrets.
Doris Davis, our mother,
really lived. She lived as a
woman decades ahead of
her time. Doris was a suc-
cessful business woman.
She was the owner of one
of Dothan's oldest busi-
nesses, Davis Theaters. She
loved the young people
who worked with her and
they lovedher. She treated
them like they were her
own children, corrected
them when they were
wrong, celebrated their
achievements, and ., uld
always take time t'is'ren
when they needed an eai.
She loved her communi-
ty and believed in giving
back to it through civic or-
ganizations and service
clubs. Doris was born Nov.
19, 1924, in Bainbridge,
Ga., and later moved to
Marianna, where she' met
her future husband, Rufus
A. Davis Jr., her employer.
They lived in Memphis,
Tenn., for a short time,
while he was serving in the
military, and then returned
to Dothan. She devoted her
time to family, friends and
business for her entire life.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Ru-
fus A. Davis Jr.; her beloved
grandson, Davis M.
Hallford; her parents, Lillie
B. Edge and Cecil Edge; her
sisters Lois G. Lewis and
Vivian G. Sims; and her
brother Willie Lee Gay.
She is survived by her
son, Rufus A. Davis III and
wife Carmie; daughters
Marilyn D. Shiver and part-
ner Ken Holland of
Fairhope, Ala. and Camille
D. Hallford and husband
Mike; grandchildren Don
and Katie Jordan of Mobile,
Ala., Tessa and Chris Baehr
of Spanish Fort, Ala.; great-
grandchildren Jordan
Home, Anna Baehr,'Millie
Jordan and Will Jordan; a
very special nephew, the
Rev. Adam Lewis and his
companion Thom Chu of
New York City, as well as
an extended family of nie-
ces and nephews.
Her family would like to
thank her caregiver, com-
panion and friend, Jean
McKee. The family is also
thankful for the support
and services provided by
Covenant Hospice.
Robert Byrd of Sunset Fu-
neral Home, 334-983-6604,
is in charge of arrange-
ments. Visit www.Sunset
MemorialPark.com for
more information.

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhomes.com

Henry L.
Fowler

Henry L. Fowler, 73, of
Marianna died Saturday,
April 10, 2010, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
He was a native and life-


long resident of Jackson
County, retired from Na-
tional By-Products and was
a member of the Welcome
Assembly of God Church in
Dellwood.
Survivors include his
wife, Myrel Levon Fowler;
one son, Albert. Lee Fowler
and wife Lisa of Morton,
Miss.; five sisters, Norma
Dell Stewart and husband
Mike, of Marianna, Chris-
tine Baldwin and husband
Walter, Joann White and
husband Freddie, Elizabeth
Stewart and husband
Steve, all of Panama City,
and Martha Nell White and.
husband Mark, of Youngs-
town; four grandchildren,
Aaron Lee, Matthew Fowl-
er, Krista Frith and hus-
band B.J., and Justin Fowl-
er; two great-
grandchildren, Kaylyn
Fowler and Allyson Lee, all
of Morton; two brothers-
in-law, Clinton Powell and
wife Gloria, of Dellwood,
and John Powell and wife
Dianne, of Malone; two
sisters-in-law, MaryT Lou
Tyus and husband George,
'of Two Egg, and Cora Lee
Strickland and husband
Larry, of Marianna; and
numerous nieces and
nephews.
The funeral service will
be Tuesday, April 13, 10
a.m. at the Welcome As-
sembly of God Church with
the Rev. Charles Jackson
and Dr. Thomas Batts offi-
ciating. Burial will follow in
the church cemetery with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting. The viewing wps
Monday, April 12, 5 to 7
p.m. at Welcome Church.
In lieu of flowers, memo-
rial contributions may be
made to Welcome Assem-
bly of God Church, 6784
Messer Road, Grand Ridge,
FL 32442.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2232
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhomes.com

Howard W.
Harris

Howard W. Harris, 75, of
Marianna died Friday, April
9, at Jackson Hospital.
The service of remem-
brance will be 2 p.m. Wed-
nesday, April 14, at Holly
Grove Baptist Church.
Memorialization will be
'by cremation, with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.

Whitehurst-Powell
Funeral Home
436 W. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536

Flora Edna
Lawrence

Flora Edna Lawrence, 95,
a longtime resident of
Crestview, passed away
April 11, 2010, in Crestview.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Eulice Ray Lawrence; and a
daughter and son-in-law,
June Wynette McDaniel
and William C. McDaniel.
She is survived by three
children, Kendrick Ray
Lawrence and his wife
Charlotte, of Cottondale,
Sue Foster, of Paducah,


Ky,, and William Edward
Lawrence and his wife Do-
na, of Crestview; nine
grandchildren, Susan Joyce
Moore of Crestview, Danny
Ray Lawrence and his wife
Becky, of Marianna, Ri-
chard Blane McDaniel and
his wife Cheri, of Crest-
view, Rusty Lawrence, of
Cottondale, Elaine Ander-
son and her husband
Chucky, of Cottondale;
Tammy Potter and her
husband Keith, of Paducah;
James A. Foster and his
wife Belinda, of Wickliffe,
Ky., William Lawrence, and
Lacey Lawrence, both of
Crestview; 11 great-
grandchildren, Ashley
McDaniel, Shane Ander-
son, Michael Christian
Moore, Gasey Lawrence, D.
J. Lawrence, Jeremy Ander-
son, Tiffany Lawrence, Vic-
toria Potter, Corbin Foster,
Alexis Lawrence and Nolan
Lawrende; and two great-
great-grandchildren,
Johnathan Whidden and
Emma Whidden.
SThe time of \isitation will
be 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday,
April 13, at Whitehurst Po-
well Funeral Home.
The funeral service will
be at 1 p.m. on Wednesday
at the funeral home, with
the Rev. George Katzman
officiating.
Burial will follow at
Liveoak Park Memorial
Cemetery in Crestview.
Arrangements are en-
trusted to Whitehurst Po-
well Funeral Home in
Crestview.
Guest register and condo-
lences are available online
at www.whitehurstpowell
funeralhome.com.
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059

Doris Edna
.Morris

Mrs. Doris Edna Morris,
75, of Cottondale passed
away Sunday, April 11,
2010, in the Marianna
Health & Rehabilitation
Center.
Mrs. Morris was born
Sept. 22, 1934, in the
Round Lake community, to
the late Henry Albert
Shores and Marie Lillian
Jones. She was a member
of the Baptist church and a
homemaker.
The graveside service for
Mrs. Morris will be at 10
a.m. Wednesday, April 14,
at Round Lake Cemetery,
with the Rev. David
Eldridge officiating.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059
www.marianna
chapelfh.com

Mattie J.
"Polly"
Pittman

Mattie J. "Polly" Pittman,
77 of Marianna entered in-
to eternal rest on April 12,


2010. An angel on Earth, 'James & Sikes Funeral
she passed peacefully in Home Maddox Chapel
her home, surrounded by 4278 Lafayette St.
family and friends. Marianna, FL 32446
She was a member of the 482-2332
Eastside Baptist Church www.jamesandsikes
and a member of the Order funeralhomes.com
of the Eastern Star for 16
years, serving as Worthy HenryFl d
Matron three times. She
graduated from Scurlock
Chattahoochee ,High
School in 1951. She worked Henry Floyd Scurlock,
as a psychiatric aide at 87, of Cottondale died
FloridaState Hospital from Monday, April 12, 2010, in
1953 to 1966, an LPN from Southeast Regional Medi-
1967 to 1972, then became cal Center in Dothan Ala.
a registered nurse and Funeral arrangements
worked at .Sunland from will be announced by
1975 until she retired in James & Sikes Funeral
1995. . Home Maddox Chapel.
In retirement, she spent
her time visiting and caring
for sick relatives, spending
time with her children and
grandchildren, and making
beautiful, hand-sewn
quilts.
She was preceded in
death by her husband Lon-
nie Pittman, of Marianna;
her parents Emory Mercer
Jernigan and Margaret Eliz-' James & Sikes Funeral
abeth Jemigan, of Home Maddox Chapel
Hardaway; brothers E.J. 4278 Lafayette St.
Jernigan, of Colonial Marianna, FL 32446
Heights, Va., and Jimmy 482-2332
Jernigan, of Chattanooga,
Tenn.; a sister and brother- Willard Young
in-law, Naomi and JohnY ng
Crowell, of Chattanooga; "Bill"
and a stepson, Randy ood
Pittman, of Sneads. Woodham
Survivors include a broth-
er, Tom "Doc" Jernigan
and wife Margaret, of
Homosassa Springs; sister-
in-laws Maggie Jernigan, of
Chattanooga, and Audrey
Jernigan, of Colonial Willard Young "Bill"
Heights; sons Dennis Woodham, 88, of Cypress
Wester and wife Dorothy, died Sunday, April 11,
of Chattahoochee, Durwin 2010, in Sims State Veter-
Wester and wife Judy, of ans Nursing Home of Pan-
Marianna, and Dale Wester ama City.
and wife Chari, of Tallahas- Born in Holmes County,
see. Grandchildren include Mr. Bill had resided in
Shay Kaltman of Jackson County since 1946.
Chattahoochee, Carin He was an Army veteran,
Wester of Chipley, Jerica having served in World
Ward and husband Edward War II ind receiving a Pur-
of Marianna, Maegan ple Heart. He was a retired
McIntosh and husband employee of Marianna
Brad of Chattahoochee, Ja- Tractor Company and a
son Wester and wife Kelton member of the Providence
of Tallahassee, Arin Wester Baptist Church of Grand
of Tallahassee, Chris Fend- Ridge.
er and wife Maria of Talla- He was preceded in
hassee, Jami Dunsford and death by his parents, Tom
husband Chris of Tallahas- and Pauline Faircloth
see, Jeri-Lynn Aquata and Woodham; and four broth-
husband Richard of Talla- ers, Delmer, Bearl, Cecil
hassee, Jesse Roberts and and DorseyWoodham.
wife Cassie of Marianna, Survivors include his
and, Cassie Pittman of wife Jeannette Woodham,
Chattahoochee; six great- and two daughters, Cindy
grandchildren; and numer- Taylor and Sean Branch, all
ous nieces, nephews and of Cypress, and Vanessa
cousins. Clark and husband Charles
The funeral service will of Cottondale; grand-
be Wednesday, April 14, at 'laughter Tiffany Taylor;
3 p.m. CDT at Marianna two sisters, Iris Mathews
Chapel Funeral Home with and husband J.D., and Jean
the Revs. Craig Walker and Motley and husband Bo;
Gino Mayo officiating. A two brothers, Richard
sunset interment will fol- Woodham and wife Gail,
low at 6 p.m. CDT at and Dean Woodham, all of
McAlpin Cemetery in Bonifay; special sister7in-
Chattahoochee. law Jurlene Hall of Marian-
Visitation will be Tues- na; and a host of nieces
day, April 13, from 7 to 9 p. and nephews.
m. CDT at Marianna Chap- The funeral service will
el Funeral Home. be 2 p.m. Wednesday, April
Donations may be made 14, at Maddox Chapel with
to the American Cancer So- the Rev. Tommy Moore of-
ciety, 2012-A Lisenby Ave., ficiating. Interment will
Panama City, FL 32405, or follow at Cypress Ceme-
Emerald Coast Hospice, tery, with James & Sikes
4374 Lafayette St., Marian- Funeral Home Maddox
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Ozone gets under way


Marianna JV pitcher Adam DeWitt took the win against Taylor
County Friday. The Bulldogs JV team also won Thursday against
Enterprise, Ala. -Special to the Floridan



Bulldogs JV goes


out with two wins


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School
Bulldogs junior varsity baseball
team brought their season to a
close at home on a winning note.
They defeated Enterprise, Ala. 6-
4, on Thursday, before handing
Taylor County, Ky. a 6-2 loss
Friday evening.
In Friday's match-up, Adam
DeWitt started on the mound.
DeWitt went four innings, giving
up just two runs in the fourth, on
two hits, one walk and one error
committed behind him. DeWitt
retired the first five batters before
giving up a single. A ground out
ended the inning, and DeWitt sat
down the next four before an
error allowed a base runner in the
top of the fourth.
Seth Singletary closed out the
game, allowing one base runner,
with no runs crossing the plate.
Offensively for the Bulldogs,
five of their six runs came in the
bottom of the first inning. Zac
Davis set the tone when he led
off, taking advantage of an error
at third to reach first safely.
Strauss singled to right field to
move Davis to third. With one
out, Kaidd Golden doubled home
two runs, before Mason Melvin
doubled to score Golden. Chris
Johnson took one for the team,
with a balk advancing the runners
and scoring Melvin. Tyler
Hampton picked up an RBI on a
sacrifice to the shortstop. A walk
to DeWitt went for nil with a fly
out to center ending the inning.
The Dawgs remained scoreless


through the next two innings,
with only one runner getting on
base. In the bottom of the fourth
inning, Johnathan Biggs drew a
walk, but was out on a fielder's
choice by Heath Roberts. Roberts
scored on a triple.by Zac Davis,
who was out trying for home.
The game was called after five
innings.
In Thursday's match up against
Enterprise, Madison Harrell got
the starting job on the mound,
going three innings, giving up
one run on two hits and two
walks.
Bradly Middleton came on for
three innings, giving up one run
on two hits and two walks, before
giving way to Shayne Blanton for
the final three innings of the nine-
inning game. Blanton gave up
two runs on six walks, with two
errors committed behind him.
The Bulldogs scored one run in
the first inning when J. T.
Meadows had a two-out walk,
and scored on back-to-back sin-
gles by Chris Godwin and Kaidd
Golden. A fly out to center left
two stranded.
The second Bulldog run came
in the bottom of the second
inning. Tyler Hampton singled
with one out, and moved to third
on passed balls. A two-out single
.by Middleton scored Hampton.
The final four runs came on a
two-out rally in the. bottom of the
eighth inning. Hits by Jae Elliott
and Davis, coupled with an error
allowing a base runner and a pair
of walks, led to the four runs.
The junior varsity finished the
season with a 14-4-1 record.


AAA opener ends in tie


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Dixie Youth Ozone opened its season with a
full slate of games on the day.
In the Farm Bureau-Lions game, Farm Bureau
handed the young Lions a 13-0 loss in five innings
of play.
Garrison Melzer picked up his first win of the
season, going three innings with no runs, two hits,
and seven strikeouts. Trent Charles closed out the
game, giving up no runs, no hits, one walk and
.striking out three.
Farm Bureau scored one run in the first inning on
a two-out single by Charles. Quaid Van Huss sin-
gled home Charles, but Van Huss was left on the
bag when the final batter went down swinging.
Six runs crossed the plate in the third inning, all
with one out. Dylan Williams led off with a walk,
and scored on a double by Melzer. Matthew Shouse
drew a walk to put runners at first and third for a
two-RBI double by Charles. Van Huss reached on a
dropped ball in left' field to score one, before
Werlean Pollock took advantage of an error to reach
first safely. A third error allowed Seth Gilmore to
pick up a pair of RBI and reach first safely. Two
strikeouts followed to end the inning, but not before
it was a 7-0 game.
Farm Bureau posted another run in the fourth
inning on singles by Williams, Melzer and Charles.
The final damage came in the fifth inning, with
five runs being plated for Farm Bureau. With one
out, Seth Gilmore, Brett Crumpler and Matthew
Rivers all put together a string a singles, before
Lance Long doubled home three. With two outs,
Gelzer picked up another RBI on a single, and
Charles added an RBI double.
Offensively for the Lions, Ethan Strickland and
Mason Curral had the only hits of the game.
Strickland was tagged with the loss.
In other Ozone.action, Rotary and Farm Bureau
played to a 3-3 tie. Farm Bureau sent Quaid Van
Huss to the mound for the first four innings before.
sending in Matthew Shouse to close out the final
two innings. Rotary countered with Jarod Hendrix,
who went four innings, giving up three runs on five
hits while striking out three. Hunter Eddins came on
in the final two innings and gave up no runs, one hit


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action this weekend. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

and one walk.
Rotary's Jarod Hendrix picked up the first run of
the game when he drew a two-out walk and scored
on a passed ball. Eddins and Jordan Hampton both
drew walks, but were left on the bags when the final
batter ground out to the mound.
Kiley Bryan had a two-out single in the second
inning, but a strikeout brought that inning to a close.
It was three up, three down in the third. Jack
Craven and Avery Evans both drew walks in the
fourth inning, but did not cross the plate. Bryan
took one for the team in the fifth inning, but was out
on a fielder's choice by Austin Torbett. A walk to
Austin Collins put runners on first and second, but
See OZONE, Page 6A >


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Patrick Cox recently set a new Marianna High School record for the pole vault, when he cleared 10
feet, 6 inches during a meet in Panama City. -Special to the Floridan


Cox sets record for pole vault


SPECIAL To THE FLORIDAN
The Marianna High School
Bulldog's Patrick Cox recently
set a new school record in the
pole vault. The previous record
of 10 feet was held by Matthew
Amos.
Back on March 26, during a
track meet in Panama City at
Arnold High School, Cox tied the
record of 10 feet. The following
week, at a meet in Thomasville,
Ga., the freshman set the new
school record with a vault of 10
feet, 6 inches.
Track coach Allan Gibson
coached Cox back in the fall on
the cross country team and felt he
might do well on the spring track


team in long distance running
and the pole vault.
"Patrick is a good athlete and
hard worker. I really like the fact
that he responds to a challenge as
well as anybody I coach, "
Gibson said.
But Cox wasn't the only one
from that cross country team
Gibson felt might take to the
sport of pole vaulting. Dalton
Hendrix is right on Cox's heels,
as he cleared 9 feet, 6 inches at
the meet in Panama City. Jimmy
Lein is right on their heels as
well. The group also includes a
seventh grader, John Metzler, and
he is also showing, promise,
Gibson said.
Of the current Bulldog pole


vaulters, only Lein had any prior
experience coming into the sea-
Sson. Cox and Hendrix both
grabbed a pole for the first time
in February, after coming out
when the wrestling season ended.
Both picked up the sport quickly
and the entire pole vaulting team
has excelled, according to
Gibson.
"All of them have worked real-
ly hard. They are a good group of
kids that get along really well,
but at the same time push each
other to get better," Gibson said.
The pole vaulters, along with
the rest of the Bulldog track
team, are gearing up for the dis-
trict tournament scheduled for
April 15 at Bay High School.


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Recreation
Department opened its 2010 base-
ball and softball season Saturday,
with games beginning at 9 a.m.
and extending until 4 p.m.
In AAA action, Regions and
the expansion team, Marianna
Orthopedic Clinic, played to a 4-
4 tie.
Starting on the hill for
Marianna Orthopedic was
Deontre Rhynes, who went two
innings before giving way to
Pender Johnson, who closed out
the game. Rhynes gave up one
run on one hit while striking out
five in two innings of work.
Johnson gave up three runs on
four hits and recorded six strike-
T outs in four innings.
. Marianna Orthopedic was led


offensively by Johnson and
RRhynes, who both had a single
and a homerun, followed by Ty
Roper, who had a triple. On the
board with a single were Joseph
Sims and Jashon Rhynes.
For Regions, Brolin VanHuss
led the offense with two hits, an
RBI and two runs scored. Chase
Meadows and Dallas Millis were
both 1-for-i, with Meadows scor-
ing a run, while Lane Roberts
was 1-for-2 with a run scored.
Lane Rqberts was on the
mound for Regions for three
innings, giving up no runs on two
hits while striking out four.
Brolin Van Huss came on to close
out the final three innings.
VanHuss gave up four runs on
four hits. The game was called in
the top of the sixth inning with
Marianna at bat on the drop-dead
time limit.
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Zaxby's wins two on Saturday


BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
Zaxby's picked up their second win of the day
Saturday afternoon with a 2-1 squeaker over
Rotary. This followed a 5-2 morning win over the
Lions.
Starting on the mound for Zaxby's was Jake
Daffin; Rotary countered with Hampton Jordan.
Daffin gave up one run on four hits and one walk
before time was called on the drop-dead time limit
rule. Jordan gave up two runs on four hits and three
walks.
Zaxby's drew first blood with a run in the second
inning. Daffin led off with a single, and moved to
second on a walk to Maxx Harrell before both run-
ners advanced on a balk. A one-out walk to
Jamarquay Garrett loaded the bases, with a balk
scoring the run.
T


Jordan struck out the side in the third inning.
Walks to Logan Benefield and Ryan Reed in the
fourth put runners in scoring position, but Benefield
was caught stealing third. Damien Goodman sin-
gled, but a fielder's choice got Reed at third.
Zaxby's final run came in the fifth inning on a
lead-off double by Lance Tharpe.
Rotary left two stranded in the top.of the first
inning. Avery Evans singled, and Hunter Eddins
drew a walk, but could not manage to score. Kiley
Bryan singled to lead things off in the third, but
three strikeouts ended the inning with him left at
second. Eddins drew his second walk of the game in
the fifth inning, but three outs followed, leaving him
at third.
Rotary's one run came in the sixth inning, when
Jarod Hendrix and Calvin Griffin had back-to-back
doubles, scoring Hendrix. Time was called to end
the game with no outs in the inning.


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Farm Bureau's Trent Charles gets ready to swing. Farm
Bureau defeated the Lions an tied Rotary in the becin-
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Ozone


a fly out to short ended the inning.
In the sixth inning, Eddins was hit
by a pitch to set the stage for
Hampton Jordan's two-run shot over
the fence. Three groundouts fol-
lowed. Matthew Shouse doubled
with one out in the first inning, but


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Lions' Austin Corbin snags one in the outfield during rec
league action this weekend. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


Swas left stranded.
Farm Bureau:picked up their first
run in the second inning. Seth
Gilmore tripled and scored on a sacri-
fice by Brett Crumpler. Matthew
Rivers-singled, but a strikeout ended
the inning. Two more runs were


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added in the third inning, when
Melzer had a one-out triple, and
scored on a double by Shouse. Farm
Bureau's next base runner came in
the fifth, when Lance Long was
issued a walk, but no runs scored. Van
Huss singled in the final at bat.


Roethlisberger: 'Happy' case is behind him


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

PITTSBURGH -
Pittsburgh Steelers quarter-
back Ben Roethlisberger is
"happy" to put sexual
assault allegations in
Georgia behind him and
knows he must work to
regain the trust of his team-
mates and the team's large
fan base.
Rpethlisberger, reading a
statement for 74 seconds
on Monday night but not
taking questions from
reporters, said Georgia
prosecutors reached the
right conclusion by decid-
ing not to charge him in the
case.
"I'd like to begin by
expressing gratitude to the
thorough . investigation
process in Georgia,"
Roethlisberger said. "The
prosecutor's decision not to
bring charges, I know with-
out a doubt, is the right
conclusion. I don't intend
to discuss any details relat-

NBA backs
Prokhorov on
Zimbabwe deals

BY TOM CANAVAN
AP SPORTS WRITER

EAST RUTHERFORD,
N.J. - The NBA believes a
New Jersey congressman
was "misinformed" when he
criticized the potential new
owner of the Nets for busi-
ness dealings in Zimbabwe.
U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell
asked Treasury Secretary
Timothy Geithner on
Sunday to investigate
whether Russian tycoon
Mikhail Prokhorov violated
U.S. economic sanctions by
doing business in the south-
ern African nation run by
President Robert Mugabe.
The congressman also
sent a letter to NBA com-
missioner David Stem ask-
ing if the league's back-
ground checks uncovered
Prokhorov's businesses in
Zimbabwe.
League spokesman Mike
Bass said Pascrell was mis-
informed.
"U.S. companies are not
prohibited from doing busi-
ness in Zimbabwe; rather,
they are prohibited from
conducting business with
specifically identified indi-
viduals or entities in that
country," Bass said. "The
NBA is aware of no infor-
mation that Mr. Prokhorov
is engaged in business deal-
ings with any of these."


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ed to the events of Georgia.
I'm happy to put this
behind me and move for-
ward."
The two-time Super
Bowl winner plans to
resume working out shortly
with his teammates, but did
not say when.
Roethlisberger, wearing a
red sports shirt and light-
colored slacks, made his
comments from a podium
in the Steelers' locker
room, not far from his own
locker.
"I am excited to get back
to work with my team-


mates, and I'm more deter-
mined than ever to have a
great season," he said..
Roethlisberger did not
.discuss his upcoming meet-
ing with NFL commission-
er Roger Goodell or any
possible punishment that
might be brought against
him by the league or the
team for violating the play-
ers' conduct code.
Roethlisberger also is con-
testing a civil suit in
Nevada brought by a
woman who is accusing
him of assaulting her in a
Lake Tahoe hotel in 2008.


"I'm truly sorry for the
disappointment and nega-
tive attention I brought to
my family, my teammates,
coaches, the Rooneys and
the NFL," Roethlisberger
said. "I understand that the
opportunities I have been
blessed with' are a' privi-
lege, and much is expected
of me as the quarterback of
the Pittsburgh Steelers. I
absolutely want to be the
leader this team deserves,
valued in the community
and a role model to kids. I
have much work to do to
earn this'trust."


BY FRED GOODALL
AP SPORTS WRITER

TAMPA - The Tampa
Bay Lightning are starting
over yet again.
New owner Jeff Vinik
cleaned house Monday, fir-
ing coach Rick Tocchet and
general manager Brian
Lawton after the struggling,
franchise missed the play-
offs for the third straight
season.
It's club's third coaching
change in two years.
The Lightning went 34-
36-12 this season and are
53-69-26 since Tocchet
replaced Barry Melrose in
November 2008.
Lawton's dismissal was
not a surprise, either. Many
of his personnel decisions
and 'free agent signing
backfired, he and Tocchet
bickered at times, and the
GM's two-year contract
was due to expire in June.
"On the hockey side of
things, I thought it was very
important to have a fresh
start. Nothing negative
about Rick Tocchet or Brian
Lawton," said Vinik, whose
purchase of the team was
approved by the NHL Bodrd
of Governors in March.
Vinik is conducting a
search for a chief executive
officer and hopes to fill the
position within two
months. The CEO will
select Lawton's replace-
ment, and the new GM will
have the responsibility of,
hiring the coach.
* Vinik, who purchased the


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team from a group that
owned the Lightning less
than two years, said he's
seeking stability 'after
watching the club climb into
playoff contention in early
February, only to fade rapid-
ly after the Olympic break.
"I saw a lot of talent on
the ice. I saw the makings
of a great team. I saw 4n
organization that can
achieve a lot of great things
in the years ahead," Vinik
said. "The moves I've done
today, hopefully are to help
us move as quickly as pos-
sible in that direction."
Tocchet became interim
coach 16 games into the
2008-09 season and was
given the head coach posi-
tion in May 2009. Lawton
assumed the. general man-
ager post on Oct. 22, 2008.
Since winning the 2004
Stanley Cup championship,
Tampa' ,Bay has not
advanced beyond the first
round of the playoffs. '
"Where we've finished
the last two or three years is
depressing," forward
Martin St. Louis said. He
added, that while no one
could be certain Vinik
would quickly fire Tocchet
and Lawton, players sensed
change was inevitable.
"Stability is always nice.
I think it gives ypu a chance
to grow. But obviously the
results we've had- the'last
three years, there's changes
going to be made," St.
Louis said. "It's part of the
business. You're judged on
results."


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ARIES (March 21-April 19) -
Appearances are important if you
want to be a leader today, so wear
a positive face at all times if you
hope to be the one who inspires
and/or directs others. People will
follow smiles.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -
Use your common sense today,
but don't underestimate your
hunches or intuitive perceptions,
either. They can provide you with
insights that your logic dismisses
or can't perceive.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
SBe tolerant and understanding
when hanging out with your
friends today. If you show the
slightest evidence of disapproval
or negativity, they won't want to
be around you for very long.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)-
Don't expect any free rides or
special treatment from your peers
today. If you're prepared to do
what is necessary and willing to
give back in return, substantial
achievements are possible,
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - This
could be either a good or bad day
for you, depending on your own
attitude. If you keep a level head
and treat whatever occurs philo-
sophically, nothing bad will come
of things.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
Your talents for probing and
detecting are much keener than
usual at this point in your life.
Take the time to investigate all'
matters or situations about which
you've.been curious.'
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)-
Look at and review both sides of
an issue without. prejudice, and
you should be able to make a
good judgment call. Limiting
yourself to merely the facts that
interest you would be shortsight-
ed.
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unless you find ways to utilize
your time productively, you're
likely to feel unfulfilled. Stay on an
industrious path regardless of the
job at hand.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) - Instead of issuing orders
to others about what they should
or should not be doing today, set
the example. Your actions will
speak volumes and be more
effective than a lot of words.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) - There isn't any secret to
getting a lot accomplished today;
all you have to do is get an early
start and maintain a steady pace.
Doing things in fits and starts
would negate any continuity of
purpose.
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within you that keeps telling you
to get in touch with someone in
particular. This person could turn
out to hold information that will
make your day.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- Keep your trowel and mortar
handy today, because you might
want to cement in place a more
solid financial base for yourself
when the opportunity presents
itself. It pays to be ready for any-
thing.


SaHe'll grow out of it

Dear Annie: Our 20-year-old son, "Kevin" lescent attitude. Right now, it would be a waste
S worries us terribly. He was kicked out of col- of your money and the college's resources for
lege because of marijuana use and for the past him to return to school, although he may be
year has couch-surfed, backpacked and hitch- more willing in a year or two. Seeing the world
hiked. He visited over the holidays, and is a time-honored tradition for young adults
although he didn't smoke pot in our home, he who don't know what to do with their lives,
did take a couple of hour-long walks to smoke and it's possible Kevin will gain the maturity
a joint while talking to friends on his cell and perspective he needs. Ask him to kdep in
phone. He claims it is normal behavior among touch, and let's hope he doesn't get arrested.
college-aged people and politely told us Dear Annie: My husband, children and I
we should get used to it. enjoy taking "one tank" car trips and
Kevin doesn't see returning to col- spending a few nights at a hotel and
lege as particularly useful, since exploring the area. We do not live
recent graduates have lots of debt o . close to family, so how do we handle
and haven't been able to find work. \ ' . it when my husband's family mem-
Obtaining any sort of job hasbeen bers invite themselves on one of our
very difficult in our area. He insists trips? The last time we were out of
companies that hire based on a college town, my husband's sister asked
degree are behind the times, and that life where we went, and he told her. She
experience is more important because then said, "We would love to go next
everything you need to know is on the time. Wouldn't it be fun for the cousins?
Internet. He says no one cares about learning in When'S the next trip so we can come along?"
college. She put us on the spot and made it impossi-
Being college-educated parents, we are con- ble to say no without hurting her feelings.
cerned for Kevin's future. He is an avid reader These trips are special times for us to get away
and watches online seminars from such places and be with our children. - Out of Gas
as MIT and Stanford on all sorts of subjects. Dear Out of Gas: Your husband should be
Should we just ignore his occasional marijuana the one to' tell his sister that these trips are for
HAT... use? Is there any way to convince him to go his children to have "family time," although
back to school before all his savings are used he'd be happy to give them pointers on how to
up and he ends up homeless? - Frustrated do it on their own. And once in a while, you
Parents of a Former High-Achiever might consider inviting them to come along.
Dear Frustrated: So Kevin is a smart kid, Who knows? It could be fun. But be sure they
but pot has turned him into a slacker, and he travel in their own car and get their own hotel
justifies his irresponsibility by saying "every- room.
body does it.' This is not an uncommon ado- COPYRIGHT 2010 CREATORS.COM


BRIDGE


This week, we are looking at defense against no-trump con-
tracts. One of the key things for third hand to bear in mind, espe-
cially at trick one, is the Rule of Eleven. How does it work and
how long has it been recognized?
When the lead is fourth-highest, subtract the value of the card
led from 11. The result tells you how many cards higher than the
one led lie in the other three hands combined.
How does that help East's defense on this deal? West leads the
spade seven. When the lead is a low card, a two, three Or four, the
Rule of Eleven rarely benefits anyone. But when it is a higher
card, it usually helps either third hand or declarer. Here, it is East
who can profit. Seven from 11 is four. So there are four spades
higher than the seven in the North, East and South hands com-
bined. And East can see all four: dummy's king, and his own ace,
jack and nine. South cannot have a spade higher than the seven.
He must have the doubleton five-four.
If South cannot beat the seven, neither should East. After
declarer calls for dummy's three, East plays his two. This allows
West to retain the lead for a second spade play through dummy's
king. The defenders take the first four tricks in the suit, and later
East gets his diamond king. Note that if East plays any other
spade at trick one, the contract makes.
The first record of the Rule of Eleven is in a letter by Robert F.
Foster, a Scot who lived most of his life in the United States, to a
friend in 1890. But it was also discovered independently at about
the same time by E.M.F. Benecke of Oxford.


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20ft.290 HP Runs & Ski, 60 hrs, very '05 Motor Home. 23' slide-outs, 15K mi. f
looks good clean, life jacket & ,. long 2700mi, Take 350 CAT diesel,
Mercruicer engine cover incl. $5500 850- over payments.850- Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel a
$5,500. 334-685-2222 527-4455 593-5103 gen. 4 dr. frig w/
Caravelle - '07 21'5" Supra '90 TS6M icemaker, W/D in
Bowder - 45 hours. comp, ski/wake brd, ' Cruise Master LE,'05 motion satellite dish,
~rns Mercru ser 350 MPI t shape 520hr s utchmen40t 36ft workhorse chas- rear.& side cameras,
Iu Apartments- h n ruiserO350Mri tOBO 334-796- Dutchmen 40 ft. sis 8.1 gas engine, Home theater sys. Conquest ,2f.
nBeach Properties \ 2 h.mio 0 0 OD 4796- Travel Trailer 06 , 22k mi., no smk, 7kw Leather euro recliner, eeps . i ,s ,:,f 1.
LOST: Commercial r covers A ton of ac REDUCED 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, gen. 3 sl, SAT, 2 TV, 2 desk, King bed, -r i. I IK mi. I ke
Grill w/portable 1/1 apt for rent in cessores included Viking Airboat 97' 14 2 Slideouts, Loaded, A/C, auto leveling, R Brake-Buddy for tow :,er payrmert.r 3a
stove attached, Marianna. Call for Fantastic Price Callforal of the ex- ft.model w/a300HP Like new. $20,500. cam. Roadmaster car. Garagestored. 9l.44be Warrar sry 2006 0Ei n.:. .
Bascom area RE detas 8502098759 on Panamaty tras. Excellentcondi- Lyomb engine. tow/brake system, Many other options, n

Daschnd Sat/3 n 3538/2090480 $12,000 CROWNLINE'07, 210 Centercounsel,225 condition kept under /jeep, $60kwithout PointFive Damon exc. cond. $28,000 racks, winch, front
the Spring Creek 2wnhoR/BA Bowrider w/wak Johnson outboard shelter. $5995 CASH.. jeep, both in great Daybreak '05 32' 850-547L2808 basket roof basket
area. REWARD! 850 2BR 1� BAin nice wnhouse style board tower. 350mag $4500. in electronics. 334-794-4554 cond. selling due to. Motorhome 15,507Mi. and battery charger.
482-5503 neighborhood, unit updated 300hp, like new, Sale $7,000.'334-235- health. 850-352-2810 Has 12'slide-out,tow (334)585attery charger.
850-482-5134 w/pew carpet, $28,000. 334-470-8454 2995 Mallard'06 30ft, fully
mercandt water heater. Crownlne 07' 240L de $000. 334- d, loaded CH/A clean asking $45K
Beach Rentals Private patio 350 mag,3300HP1,mint Campers/Travel S687-4503 fbpe, e 8.1 334-6873171
w/ceramic tile. cond. 20 hrs. warr. till Trailers fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 334-mi$10087-3171
3/2 Beach House in . utt-putt & Sports 334-699-7433. O -lfstrT 3-8 20 Scenic Cruiser 37 ft.
Mexico Beach, 1 blk shuffle board. On Gulft ...by Gulf Strbam 99'
from beach. Call for site rental office Fisher'01 Hawk 18 Wrheel. 4 SlldejuLs. REDUCED 03 Amer, imm culate .-ond.
details 850-209-8759 walk to beach. foot, Class 2, with Q25.iOi c an StIr j360 n 4 loaded w r, i. oPll, CarSeker
Call Diane at' .115 Mercury out- 6.'45262l56 Wheel. 2 i.hes 2 must see!! Dothin
HousesUnfurnished 334-618-9425 or board motor with - Barmn. rge waler. $56.500i334-803-3397
334-796-1251 trailer, 2 fish finders, '. ;0ewr - gas tanks. Wh D. 008 ir Ii ,,,1 t,.,% -
r e 334 796-12 trolling motor, ac- ." Il7.000 uOBO TIOGA'04 M.r stone Laredo RL29.
Miscellaneous 1BR 1BA Apt. $300 + cess ladder, Bemini, i 850 5;- 518 4 Home 24hi w.'.l;deout call Mike (334)791-
Wanted dep. Sneads. 850-593- AM/FMradio, on Ila 2 el Dynas, m 4 On.n M UST ! 38.$,500bo.
68_85 [Farms/Land/Tib board charge, cover, Soralis'99 Sunllier r Monaco3Dynasty . 1m ilet 4KW Orn$24,500 obo.
OldB bBReal Estate for Sale very well kept inder 33' wirI one 14' 42N. 3 shr ,,- e.. ,r, , r . ilnew, 1 slide
Old Baseball Cards 3/1 Brick home, 8mi shter. $14,000.dd lent condic.n. gara 1.000 334.8-9663 03 American Star 36'
shelter. $14,000. 334- slide ',r ,r goodd ent or d,1,r.,nara0- $iL00i 334. -n 03 American Star 36'
will pay cash for E of Malone, $575/mo 685-7319 2I0I 3-1 FT Sih iw. cnrOition. $8,500. e-. r,.n per no smio 5th Wheel; 2 slides/2 Bad Boy buggy 08'
1969 and older cards. + $500 dep. 850-569- HoustonCo. COPPER CANYON BY 334-699-1319 ng, a must see. Tioga Arrow 27ft Bdrms, large water,- 4wd all racks,
Stars, Rookies, Hall 5940 34+ ac. planted Fisher 07' 1600 Alu- KEYSTONE 2 sl. 334-805-3335 Motorhome '86, sewer & gas tanks, windshield, which,
of Famers and sets. pines, deer,turkey minum Bass Boat 40 bright & space. Ig. Ivg. Sportsman '08 RV white,Auto.8 cyl. quad batteries. includes 5x10 trailer
Call 334-546-8590 Austin Tyler & Asso w/rd. frontage.N. Mercury 4 stroke, area, built in cabi - Travel Trailer 26' Monoco Knight '06, Pow. brakes & steer- $20,000 OBO. Exc. cond. $6100.
or e-mail meat Quality rentals of Webb. 792-0171 low hours, loaded, nets, TV & built in Gas, Elec. appl. 1 Save $25K or more. ing, A/C, AM/FM, (850)579-5183 334-798-2337
billygolf46@aol.com , 850- 526-3355 like new, $7,900. 334- radio & DVD slide out,queen bed, Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 runs well, low miles,
"Property Mgmt is _ 714-5860 w/surround sound Exc. Cond.$19,500 mi, many upgrades Fair cond. Has leak You name it... Casifieds have what
petsanialJavelin 9817' Bass . Bd/r, king bed 0 334-718-8848 $159700. 850-866- damage. 5000. Classified has itll you ae looking fr.
Cottondale, FL Boat Dual Console w. storage, dbl. close -or 718-8863 2774 8505262840.
Beautiful 3/2 in Chipley with 115 HP Johnson. ets, built in chest
2/1 stylish & Several Upgrades.. Garage Kept $5900. drawers, priv. bath,
renovated, Quiet & $64,900 Gulf Coast 334-596-1694 w/stool, shower &
friendly neighbor- Realty 850-265-4426 sink dinettes, super
hood. Big yard $750 Javelin -'99 19' Rene- nice 29,500. 334-805-
334-300-3688 3/3 2 story in ground gade F/S bimini 4906 or 334-792-0010
Free Pets Policy Marianna pool, in Compass top,cover,exc cond, 5th Wheel,'06 36 ft.
FreePetsPolicy Marianna[ake, dannd@ garage kept 175hp Monteo Bay 4
Your pet deserves a Iov New Listing embarqmail.com $9500 334-726-5909 lid & o e y,
ng, caring home. An ad 1 BA 1 DR; Pets Ok; $185K. 850-579-9949 ProCraft 95'20ft. '07 3500 Diesel
for a free pet may draw Nice Home; Big 8 Repos On Lot Tournament Bass dually. Tow package PUM P
response from individuals Yrd.; Ne L Singles & Doubles. Boat 95 Johnson 115 & Reese-Hitch
whowillsellyouranimalfor 954)707-1410 Ivonne Starting at $9K. Call T&T drive on trailer Asking $74,300.
research or breeding pur- NicestinMarianna Brad850-796-7780 or loaded $5,500. 334- 334-655-1100.
poses. Please screen re, area, nearly new 2 BR 1-866-732-7607 797-1893Adetsyor'C LSTU " rFREbvitin,,, r,, . o .l.
spondents carefully when Homes $525 w/lease
gsvndanntsimalaway we e 526-5 w/lease - a14kt Wih;e Gold Couch- blue couch Guys designer MICROSUEDE- SOLID OAK - DRESS-
Se -- s Star Saprire with 2 built-in shorts, Sz 30-34 CHAISE LOUNGE ER 5DRAWERS HIGH-
SProperty .:.r Sale J in~g $140 85-569- recliners $125 $2/ea 850-482-7888 CHAIR, BROWN NICE BOY $300 (850)592-
_ _ _ _ ' Mobile Homes |IC -- 2141 (850)272-5259 ANDPAINTED- $135 (850)592-2507 2507
S"forRent Waterfront Cr:perry - . 24' 5sp-ed girls bKe, DRESSING BENCH- Kitchen cupboard Moving Supplies- SOLID OAK - DRESS-
FREn C rC .I , 1 L.arri. aFg.r n ,E n r ued $80 239- LIKE NEW, PADDED 13DX16WX48T $70 wardrobe, packing /MRROR 8
FREE KITTENS,0-209- Millpond$450 ,I ibii .5. . Carriage Cae.o '05 ER W/MIRROR 8O
8-9 wkls old, 850-209- 2/1. @ Millpond $450 .-I 3 Sailboat1 'C la 3rr e... ;.23 2SEATW/STORAGE (850)592-2507 paper, pads, all for DRAWERS $300
16 d + ep. water/sewer m,;-)452-842 Sailboat 'C i. ' ra I ct rr * n- A . $- 5(0) AQ 2-250 Cc. .. .o j-4120 DRAWERS $300
1266 - incl. 850-482- 30', 2 cyl. Yarmar die- 5.5 K Generator, 5 GRO-LITES-& 3 $75(850)592-2507 Hitaci Bread Maker- $20 (850)482-4120 (850)592-2507
Free tooin home 5274/209-3970 r o sel eng., Very low hrs loaded, no smoke, no XTRA bulbs $20 DR table w/glass top, Good condition. Have New lighted ceiling
Free to lovin home, l l5274/209-3970i I 3Of less than 250. Roller pets, Exc. Cond. (850)592-2507 bakers/wine rack, 4 two, need one. $10 fan w/wooden pan- SOLID OAK KING-
liter trained kittens. 2 & 3 BR MH C'dle furling. bimin. head. $34.900. 334-714-4001 chairs $100 O0O 850- (850)482-4120 els $25 OBO 850-482- MIRRORED HEAD-
850-482-5880/850- i500.lup H-20 aarb mirro,. I r e. G,,ood -- . -I 5 .rat.,,.i W-der 462 68318 718 3 6 7888 BOARD $500 &
303-9727 -,r.er ,ncl ihnp. .:oi.j. ,rd.Dic.31 . Snu. r,,j . - mrrin.-gymrr eer..hinr. -- HONDA GOLDWING O W liur XTRAS(850)592-2507
,.v .,0-,r,1ari:.'Lcounirl Hart.oi r lip B6. 3t4. - ., rZ , needs painr. Dryer- hrloool dry- RADIO $125& XTRAcalibur
| Dogs ) 24ivn7rq 04m 8,02568 iir ,7:'..0. .. 508505732.4|1 Cer $150 850',272-5259 PARTS AVAILABLE pistol $340 850-569- Tanning Bed Bulbs,
Dogt v an LM c267 3 . $50i8DLI OA3 2194 soverrs ledt)
4566i i S47 AQUA TECH 30-60. EMERSON (850)592-2507 294 (over-hrsleft)
GAL= -AQUA- 0-6 EMCRO N rS PLAYPEN $40& $8/ea or $250 for all
AKC Registered Ger- 2 & 3 BR MH ior rent, ' TGAL AQUARIUM FIL- MICROWAVE over' HP PHOTOSMART WALKER $25 LIKE 34 850-209-5294
man Shepherd Pup- monthly & weekly _ TER $10 )(50.692- l Ihkr n*w $65 Printer- LIKE NEW NEW(850)592-3380 T l B
pies. Black and Tan rates avail, in C'dale ATVs - . . COACHMEN 'T0 aBdM ,'o50)592-2507 $40 (850)592-2507 Total Body Motion
(mostly black). Born 850-554-9934 _-.ATVs . T 4 Prospera 5th WH, Ashley Furn- Q Bed ERGONOMIC DESK KITC N TABLE- W/2 Portable Camp Toi- Exerciser $20 can be
March 2, 2010. Ready -;BR - 36.5', washer/dryer, FrameChest, Night CHAIR- BLACK UP- C- W/2 let, like new $20 OBO seen @4448 Decatur
for aome $350. 2 & 3 BR MH'sin Ma- 4 heeler 06 Yamaha eacraft '89 6500 Onon Gen. Stand. $500 HOLSTERED 2 airs fold down 850-693-0736 St. 850-482-8347
(334)71t, --- Stand. $500,HOLSTERED$ sides $100 (850)592-
(334)718-3931 or rianna & Sneads Raptor 700- w/Xtras Center Console, boat, Ht $70 H325 K (850)482-5191 (850)592-2507 2507 Prom Dress, Teal UPHOLSTERED DESK
.(334)714-3723 (850)209-8595. Low hours. Very motor & trailer, 95 Audiovox FORMICA TPPE Green metallic/ - CHAIR $10 (850)592-
2BR/1BA in Alford, good cond. (334) 791- 225HP Johnson Mtr, 1241 A ox is FORMICA TOPPED Kodak Carousel Pro- tafetta Size 6. $200. 2507
$375 + dep 850-579- 8191 4000 OBO Dual Axle Tr. w/ Sabre by Palamino tml-still in box, LR 30 jector + 11slide 850-209-2036
Sb ba lfits mot cars $75 (850)592-2507 trays$90 (850)482- dio Flyer- Deluxe Washer whirlpool
d62g 20-16645 73. Dirt bile Kawasaki brakes,wh, runs '08, 28 ft 5th wheel 850-569-2194 trays $0 - Radio Flyer Deluxe Washerwhirlool
151 K'8__0. tuned, really well, very clean, camper, 3 slides, GE 12 cu ft. chest 7375 steer and strolltrike washer $150
Mo il Hon.. I t S f 1:.00. 334-389- Great cond. $5,900, many extras, clean BlackSatin Princess freezerw/key $100 KYMCO scooters (2), $25 (850)482-5434 (850)272-5259
h2M,.jlr Hime !.1 28 16 334-791-4891. sacrifice @ $29k 850- Style Prom Gown Sz OB 850-482- KYMCO scooters (2),
Sfor r Honda r 7 CRF8t Columbia, AL 593-5675 10, $50 850-482-7375 6838/718-6836 1 runsgrt, other Set of inside French Wheelcars, $2
Rp.dge 8i0-592n Cr.2 Honda ,0_ __7 CRF80_ - ___ good for parts. $500 Doors, Brand new .5' $65 can be seen @
Dirtb;ie. 100 hrs, Breaking Plow- 3 row GOLDWING for both. 850-573- ide, $150 850-592- 4448 Decatur St. 850
2 or 3BR MHin $1000 6X12 enclosed Chipola Nursing Pavilion and Massey Ferguson. MOTORCYCLE- SEAT 2471260 482-8347Decatur St. 850-
-g rr%,d,1 .A400 4.3B rilar 1er1500 new Retirement Center, Marianna, FL $300 (850)579-0157 BLACK NICE $125 1 6 482-834
Buog pp , r er, garb cond. 850-447-2859 is seeking qualified individuals to join hr e b e (850)592-2507 Lazy Boy 35 HP push Several FormalRA
sale $400 AKC, All aware incl..850- our compassionate and caring team, We Chrome bug defleo- ype, chipper vac Gowns $25-$50. Var- White RATTAN
Shots Up To Date 569-1015 have openings in the following positions tor for'04 - '06 Ford GOLDWING $200 OBO 850-482- ous sizes. Please call CHAIR- W/OTTOMAN
Contact For More In- s Registered Nurse Full Time 3-11 M-F or Mercury SUV, new MOTORCYCLE- SEAT 4193 call Joe Angie @209-2036 $20 (850)592-2507
fo (850)482-7409 3/2 MH, CH/A, all If interested, Please apply in person at: $90. 850-209-5294 BLACK NICE $125
pwlms1@hotmail eectric,Water/garba 2008 Boston Whaler 4294 3rd Ave., Marianna, FL or CONAIR FOOT BATH- (850)592-2507 Massage table-Pro- Sofa & loveseat, anti- Wood Table-4' round
ge/lawn care incl. No 0 onad-fessional, like new, que floral look 2yrs extends to 68" oval
Spets.850-592-812 190 Montauk w/ Angela Edenfield at 850-526-3191 LIKE NEW $10 Green Turtle Sand . w/case. $100. old, $250 OBO 850- w/6 chairs. Oak fin.
Gerpets. 8u0-5y 92-8129 Mercury Verado135 '0 .252 7 8. S 4 85,:,.482-7868 (850,209. 308 14526A 8. 718.36 -1 . 0 65 , .;..,r5'
Ge M Shpherd 1Country Living: 2BR HP Four Stroke,
[, . '4- . ' Mo Old 1BA MH in C'dale, w/ fishing, cushion &
Pp r.* .t: Health $425850-352-2090 Mercury electronics iue day, A.ril 13. i2,', 1,, I
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greathome. Super live wel, stereo w/
smart and loving. Mobile Homes CD player, "bimini"
$600 Male, in Parks sun top w/boot,
(334)379-5346 H swim platform w/ '
1st month free I 33.rir. full t.0,a :q -
22 far$390, 3/20$490 'r. galvanizedltr3lIer
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FORD - '01 Ranger 2009 Yamaha R6- t - 2005 gold/tan ford Gandy 4 row insecti- Chevy '91 Cherokee FORD - '87 F350 Buck property in JACKSON plaint or petition.
PU, XLT, Ext Ca, AC, LEXUS '96 LS400 only 1,150 miles. e 90,000 miles cide applicator pickup, lift gate et Truck, one man County, Florida:hand
AT, PW, PL Loaded, runs good, Bought new, barely .1-...a-., condition w/double boxes, for $1500 850-352-4724 new A/C, 30 ft reach LOT 41 WITNESS my hand
AM/FM/CD Red 176K miles, wite broken in. Burnt or- . ,00 334-726-1655 two chemicals Dode 02 Dakota (334) 790-8891 $3900 OM and the seal of this
87000 miles teor ext, tan interior. range and black with Chevy'04 Tahoe, , COMMENCE AT AN Court on this 5th day
8700mle, eo, ext, tan interior. ghostflames, $9,500.n, ,,XISSING CONCRETE of April, 2010.
$7,200 (334)794-9293 $4495. 334-435-0786 ghost flames, $9,500. L eige 83000 .MONUMENT MARK-
Also have small Joe L " " ' ..MONUM HE NORTH- M Dale R. Guthrie
.d FO,, ,h5 ,PW, PL,,,N4 C "T a'RG EV "LY
FORD -'96 F150 Lincoln '07 MKZ, Rocket jacket and Kawasaki -93 Vulcan -_ TL "" t n I D- ING THE ORN - DF lek fGuthe.rt
Green, 5 speed, 6cyl, Light tan w/beige in- woman medium 7I, ic. u .r ,,: ,-,', WEST CORNER OF Clerk oftheCourt
234Kmiles, 70K on terior, leather heated Suomy helmet for Cr.-r N:. :: ar::.. i1, ;. / SECTION 22, TOWN-ERL
trans, engine runs seats, ABS, side extra. 334-790-6146 0k r I,17. ord0R ANt o. INCOME -- 0DE 9 WEST, HATCHB ER
OK, body damage, airbags, 37k mi, NA- or 334-791-2277 ,' ''4 ,,n,'" fO.LRUI " N FTRY : .m r AN 9 WEST, HATCHER
$695 OBOIvmsg aiAr$ag,175sellf or -PEATI -mLii-! OPPORTUNITY FORD-'a." .. JACKSON COJNTY, As Deputy Clerk
695 OB Iv msg DA $21,175 sell for i .:r:..-r STAINLESS j4. J :.u., $',j? ,:r FLORIDA AND RUN
(334)677-7501 $17,900 850-814-0155 650 Yamaha 02' Clas- c2n, .' Chy , STEAL. DINER ..nitF T GRE
'sBigcDrblueu&ha r . -,-.nb. - ".: SOUTH 89 DEGREES LF14915
Aviation Lincoln 2001 Town access. gar. kept, c"..lJ..'j - 2 i.. -r u4dr.i IISTYLE1 2'. 2- - 14 MINUTES 50 SEC-
ion r, executive silver, runs great $3000. r, ._ in1 i,- CONCESSION -De a15 ,- ,ONDS EAST 1,333.33 JACKSON COUNTY
i a87K, exc. condo. 6 334-405-7465- R-e .N , :. 6 ' TRAILER S E , -.-. I baa.:, F L , FEET TO AN IRON ANIMALCONTROL
pk cd player, x ,Go-dwi Lng ,k i71-1 . ,..24J INCLUDES,,uT.rrl r,, Ford .i LTL T ,-ii ROD. THENCE RUN 3530 WILEY DRIVE;
radio. Pontiac Sun- c. pairtr nso0V&t, COLD:TRAYS.CN EON E: YOU -A18H0REB
up radio.n PontiacC Sun- '92 Goldwing, 60k acG :. n, GRIDDLE. HOT & hr-,rr ,U .,: 0ru,:0 in , SOUTH 00 DEGREES MARIANNA, FL32446
bird 1991 Converti- miles, red, exc. paint , GWR 2aiel.--llp FtOd--$4 BOe.on DCOLD TRAYS 34 MINUTES0 EC- PHONE: 850-718-0021
ble, White, 109,300K. & running cond. s- :ipualir BOILING TRS. .e : - ,ONDS WEST 1,324.10 / FAX: 850 718-0440
Both for$8,900. $7000850-4452915 3r ,: Nr.- L; , TRIPLE SINK :ON:.:..-' S WEST 1,324 FEET TO A CONCRETE8 71
al 334-18-1594 lea.- m--ejex c-6 $i:2' -,5 ,- . 59.000. OOBO ,Bil S lTf Fold V.d, F-5 L.LT MONUMENT, THENCE TO: MISTY NAPIER
334dster1594otran s stret ea 334-3898$-2-2816 .i , i:n .'..J i n t-.- J i RUN SOUTH 89 DE- 2543 CARPENTER
M ney 1962 M20C Mercury '01Villager, Big Dog06 rmd#
TMooney 196 M2iC Migert ,7mia vn ger -Mastiff 14,500K mi. GMC 00 Wrnl, nA, e,, 0 '-,, 1 .. , rO., i,-R." irT, GREES 11 MINUTES CEMETARYROAD
TotalTime: Engine & 2reatfamily van, black 117 cubic 4T C 11inch tBi -Ed rw CLtAN" :4. 00 SECONDS EAST GRAND RIDGE, FL
G300down, $199/mo. black 117 cubic inch1 :n r Ce Cb, N "ta9LE. D 00 SECONDS EAST GRAND RIDGE, FL
Airframe 1949 IFR 3 Low iles Leather engine, 6-sp Baker . t,.. . : o:. :irr, rtl ri ;. ~ 0 1,325.02 FEET TO A
CERuT. Excellent loaded Call Steve trans. V&H, D&G a. f'rt T.:.Trm, L t. r FiieghtL e-: ~ . CONCRETE MONU- YOU ARE HEREBY
trouble-free flying. Hatcher 334-791- chrome spear air in- GMC M ,.v REDUCEDS4800BOM -I t iL ,i r .: aOUH 34 DEGREES FOLLOWING DESCRI-
8243. oh. 1.r rd. te 5ng0. T6_1 RI DINO LIETN( DE(C1
334-347-1f8 8243. take X gaurd warr. h MINUTES 57 SEC- BED LIVESTOCK: (1)
Lots of extras bike lo- :0onditr;,:,' ,,".88t ,O 0 41e I..L'.42.l. dMINUTES 57 SEC- BED T SORRELL
AutoEngines erury'91 Grand coated in Troy Al. Suki - 0 M Z S EAT 197.50 MUSTANG SORRELL
Parts/Misc. Marquis, very clean, $16,800 334-850-7077 ver&Black,2.5K Fr9 J.eRnt Tral.r, Frd Ranger, 10lKii '08 Raider ROD, TO ON IRON GEILDING "SOCKS";
low miles, MUST SEE! FZSu507 l mleteen coe k miles, manual, new Mitsubishi 06Ra r RO, THENCE RUN 1 MUSANGDU
$2650OBO 850-527- lectorsitem, cyl2 edition, windshield miles, moon roof, GVWR, axels, d tres. 4400 Duro Cross, Crew SOUTH 39 DEGREES GEILDING () DARK
Original 1965 Mu 3106 lotr or detachable saddle- leather seats, satilite $1935 asking $1600 336930685 Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K 28 MINUTES 35 SEC- BROWN JACKASS
ta n g.ca r a rt s f o s t ro k e sco o t e r, o r- d t h e d e- 9 3 5 n s k fr poh$1 6 0 0 3 3 4 -6 9 3 -0 6 8 5 J A C K IS
sale. 334-393-9669 Nissan 05' 35 ange ex cond, bags. $4,000 FIRM.. radio, blue exterior. 850-569-2262 $14,500.334-791-064 ONDS WEST 130.75"BO JINGLE"; (1)
sRoadsterauto trans, street legal. $1295. (334)585-6566 $22,495 OBO.798-9695 F- - Ford'02 F150 XLT, FEET TO A POINT IN BROWN GOAT WITH
4 -70 -15 -eor e m P TIA 1l . 3 2 95 (4 ) red, 4WD, Triton ,il THE CENTER OF A 50 HORNS; (1) WHITE
Automobiles. 18.755K - Jeep '03 Wrangler X Vans V8/5.4L r104,168 FOOT RADIUS CUL- GOAT NO HORNS; (1)
20 ytam ry Art Gd - l 7:,hnlr.5 "p:,J.4 mi., Super Crew Cab, Navistar'98 , DE-SAC AT THE END BIG PIG; (1) RO-.
, ,).s 0 _22 HARL 5f i AEY a.o-S L ' "n ' t-,,i Jr,.,1 t -.. 1978 Chevy Step Van, ood tires, tool box, with525Cummings OF A 60 FOOT BLACK AND TAN - FE-
MERCEDES '97 E320, ohNissn ,rid di:rs, does not run, $500. $13,500. 334-894-1212 engine, new tires, all NGRESS-EGRES MALE - BLE HARE
MERCEDES 97 E320 Nissan 05 Altma. 2'.5 Road Kir,- P-:i,,:- At-, AtC. F.I.l C3D. 12" NEmsG.3o 349 4-equipenEd T THENCE RUN MIXED DOG WITH
117K actual miles, S. s . 2k m, 16.1 0 iriles W,. S . -- - NEG. 334-347-0619 or 93 Tic lud, AND UTILITIES EASE- NESS; (1) WHITE
Silver/Beige excelIn- eRECtD an i..Eire. [ r IaIK MEN NCE RUN MIXED DOG WITH
eI cd one$70 .REOiau lCED - len l, .3347p 1.gpt. . , . .- Chrysler '95 Voyager, Ford 03' V-8 excellent running SOUTHERLY N SECKL
334- smonditin $7,0 $ rkz 65 0. H$rle,0y. D334or 74.33 - SOUTHERLY ALONG BROWN SPECKLES
e334-687-3189 -k m l O..O 1 .8 .:,d,,,n. $ , .9ii, V6, auto, seats 8, Supercrew 30,200 mi. condition. $10,500. TE CENTLINE O MALE; (1) REDMALE
pNissan '06 Allma, Harley Dald.on n 02 i s 00. 13.660 t O0u power, am/fm cass. like new, Must See! 334-803-5072 or 334- SD EAEENTEDO "TUCKER" HAS
Automobiles sunroof, power doors HeritageSoftail Type) 955 F/ST Sport (Dothan) new tires, NO $14,000 334-494-0460 899-6594SD FLLOWS: SOUTH 13 OPEN ABCESS. ON
4-3 Hr Dco m19c $8034 61 new tires, NOW 30,000 miles SPOUS OD
forSale & window AM/FM, Springerlike newto Bike, carbon exh,nw $1975 OBO 850-592- or334-393-6479 DEGREES 00 MI LEFT SIDE; (1)
SCD 59K miles. many ext. to list tires, brakes, 334-' eep '04 Wrangler, i28323 Legal Ads NUTES 29 SECONDS 00 CHOCLATE MALE
S$12,000.334-791-3081 4,600 mi. $10,500. 693-9390 or 701-5588 trail rated, lessthan L l ds NUTES 29 SECONDS OCLATE MALE
s27 miles hAardEAST 118.62 FEET TO MIXED MALE DOG.
BE!Nissan Ati 3 5 Yamaha-01 RoadStar softtops, AM/FM -lN A POINT, SAID POINT ARE ALL IMPOUNDED
rconti w-F:e Plg. Surn Harley Davidson '03 Midnight Ed 1600, AC, tilt, and cruise. BEING ON A CURVE ON YOUR PROPERTY
ro,:e. Allc Wneel.-, El-.:rra Glide, pearl cover,3000+ miles. 334-693-9009 - CONCAVE TO THE AT 2543 CARPENTER
PUhrSrT Jsa m. Wrii ht. 100th anniver- Black $ 5,100. - - . JEEP 1987 Wrangl LF14902 NORTHEAST, THENCE CEMETARY ROAD
. 5. 80 334-685-233 saryedition, 16K (334)655-9111 7 W r - RUN IN A SOUTHEAS- UNTIL 4-12-2010. THE
S 3 Nissan' "8 Senra9 mit, lots of chrome 4x4, ac, ac, c p , acat, 0 '6 C - Ford '.il, F .D,. i. IN THE CIRCUIT TERLY DIRECTION AMOUNT DUE BY
850own .5438 Swagen m6 C ml n lots of A g$9Sm C9s ic2 f.o 37 3-sd,, 6c, -RT A
N-san- Sen 4DR.. l:ike nr ,-tv - * ;ts, ,11111 'ar- ,rnV-r rrr d -, wrdtna3r 4WD. :l..arn. .1 m,. COURT OF THE ALONG SAID CURVE REASON OF SUCH
DR.. . . - - 31n ;,r ni r, for parts gooseneck hitch, FOURTEENTH HAVING A RADIUS OF IMPOUNDING IS
don. $229 C -all . U0,-,i rnb22ior, I, $,'i l 1334-691- $25k, 850569-2262 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 500.00 FEET, $180.35 DOLLARS
tR,:hnf 2 Harley 7Uirs3- r,1 5 F NISSAN iUt Pathri 2:0 9'7 4.;1-5516 Ford' 07 F1'O XLT IN AND FOR JACKSON THROUGH A CEN- FOR THE FEED AND
Harleyd- K glre:, 4-57NISSAN '7Pair /c 141-, 5516 Ford '07- F150 XLT
Plymnouth't'gtVt FL TCiEletra.l e er LE, 2 i. r . :0 - D.- per.:rr. fL 1 COUNTY, FLORIDA TRAL ANGLE OF 21HAY PLUS $25.00 A
r. AClassi sc9.101ir... 1 . ir : . C l i-i CIVIL ACTION DEGREES 32 MI- DAY FOR GOING OUT
t.8 Runb w/m n ora,: l. rne ,-t mo t.r. "i C I fl. dtr tlo u .14 NUTES 27 SECONDS TO FEED $175.00 TO-
n1.8 turbo w/many un33440531r- blac. ,.trJed. r, l$-4ri,' edoe1 .A:sE NO.: 32-2010- FOR AN ARC LENGTH TAL. THE TOTAL
new parts. Runs i ' lst 13 33a*7I4�i7; 'J 2'- 'fl-a $ii''4'' - Ti. par. CCI: 32-2010- 5 O
great! only $4500 call 3414-.14FatId 9 37l3$Lu44m ,,.pv.r. FII Y4 4A R Nr'e f6 OF 187.98 EIET, AMOUNT DUE IS
334-790-1559 before 8 PONTIAC 1965 33 PLYMOUTHr 'Gran i -- IVisiOt CHORD OF SAID ARC $355.35 BY
pm TempestL4 door M- Yamaha - 04 V-Sta r .'- . Vl. r. a ir. 4newtires, FORD '07 F250 Super BEING SOUTH 23 DE-c4/12/2010.
with 326 engine, t100Co bromp t d . M.UTE
2003 Toyota Camry with 326 engine, - I0 Cu-_tom 6 , ... .--tr -.:kage, new Duty V-8 Crew Cab WACHOVIA MORT-GREES 46 MINUTES
PowerSR .-e. . .n... ....e-n,
0XLEV-6,7Kmies.AII Runs greatly Good rote ..rFullv l,:,,id n. 'r g XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, GAGE CORPORA- 42 SECONDS EAST THE ABOVE LIVE-
XpEr-,7s.r condition. 53000., -. w LED., dVand V.r.,.. pump. tr, clean, Tan, $32,000334-688- TION, 186.87 FEET TO A STOCKWILL, UNLESS
Power, sunrooD 334-797-5285 8 Hnr-. ..hau:t � i "ria-e, $3,250 8606, 334-695-0688 POINT, THENCE RUN REDEEMED IN 3 DAYS
DiAM/FM cass.6 CD33oi79E-9108.ED i4'd35i0 3457-9845 or FORD '07 F-350; 5.9 L Plaintiff, SOUTH 34 DEGREES FROM DATE HEREOF,
Disc Changer, Red. C'o4 Eq 0 l1 I 32 MINUTES 56 SEC- BE OFFERED TO THE
TAsknr.g :5'Pr L H$ARLE0S Dtl 9pd:il- ,.:.m - 3 3c18i DSL Crew Cab 50K ONDS EAST 4 RES AND SHEL-
Asking $10,000. Call ,T-d . t~qr tlu , 120orDrnster Nissan 'n', h P tl-,indlr vs aNDS EAST 420.91 RESCUES AND SHEL-
-334-796-1513 or 334- "ntg-d r u-pr-im- - ia n Si --cl6--miles, 729,500334- FEET TO THE POINT TERS OF JACKSON
:r aos fd. trI l FEET TO THE POINTERS OF JACKSON
693-2099 ask for $14.00Cu.:i,. 10 '.. SE. 1L-a:t. Aur4 5s Tr,.:k:'-HeavyDutv 695-7769,695-7770 PATRICK OLWOCH D OF BEGINNING, COUNTY.
Chase. t arr.it,. LII- rc. . t, : ' 8 mi. i.the n . rd nt et al, THENCE FROM SAID
2004 Blue RX8, Toyota ' an; . 1S- ,.. :J. 702.477. 41:-7k3.4 . - r,,, ,'eat. Lie r.c 2006 Jeep Wrangler i POINT OF BEGINNING APRIL 8, 2010
4 doors, moon roof, - a$6,000. 33489. it.i058 l,,,-ar, CONTINUE SOUTH 34
som r , warranty.10.500 HarleyOavi,d'.or.,w W 2 91 --E nt DEGREES 32 ^ MI- KIMBERLYUJ.
custom rims, new i.g $50.i r 3iir mileG. 1`.d n, -rr
tires mes OBO 33,80 9 r lecra Gi0de CIie.,m. . . TOYOTA '16 F.:.ur , NOTICE OF ACTION NUTES 56 SECONDS WESTON
asking $l.wO00 Call --arreri- . annih. adunor, , r TO: CENTERLINE, 89.2 OFFIER OF JKS
N Rachel ,:r Jay - -- $,0 flame red, excel. excellent cond. 2008 F-25 rd9.02 OFFICER OF JACKSON
334-393995 Harley Daid.n cond., 6K mi., 1198cc $18,700. 334-796-3130 Lariat Exc. Cond 30,00automaties SPOUSTHE OF PATRICKTHENCE DEPARTING TY, FLORIDA
BMW9553 olerI tha & incl. sissy bar, Toyota07 SJ Cruise Truck is fully loaded$36,000 Excellent, $9800. OLWOCH N/K/A GA- SAID CENTERLINELF14919
loaded, 96 . 3K i. , arrar, guard.cover&trickle excellentcondition, 850-569-2840 3347907959BRELLE AMANDA RUN SOUTH ES NOTICEOF
mites, .;dr ive k arnpe .p 2 . g $ ,0 .3 4 850- 334-79 0- B A ANDA R N SOUTH 5 D - NOTIC OF
loaded, 9 . , perle:t :,nd. chger, $6,200. 334- 61K miles. $20,400 buddy7@digitalexp.com FORD 07 Sports Trac LINAST KNOWN 04 SECONDEREUR GREE S 27 MINUTEST CANVASSING OF
white, excelert c,-r d mr,-n ,tra. 1-o id' 333-5854 or e-mail 334-803-3577 o r THE BALLOTS/
Fiction $6,000 OBO3 " o e iF4 OV-6e7ySpo rtsTraedO N 04 EC A W T C AGO F
edition 6334-703-3784 TOYOTA '0 var;; 3D 850526.2,0 rjkess@comcast.net CHEVY'04 Silverado V6 fully loaded, ADDRESS: 1 4 2 4 6 244.64 FEET TO AN TE BALLOTS
CDLA'334-703-3784 neasB Ys fully loaded, Red, 44K $20,500OBO229-861- NORTH75LANE IRON, THENCE RUN
CADILLAC '06 DTS ra reaa Trailers-Tractor * M E! miles, $11,000334- 2714, 229-309-1890 LOXAHATCHEE, FL NORTH 34 DEGREES FOR THE SNEADS
Exc. cond., leather age. ,:-a-led i- $10 .50 687-6390 Henry Cobb 33470 32 MINUTES 56 SEC- CITY ELECTION
seats,4dr, beiget. 080 1n.7-1D02SW19994 NOTICE is herebyW
fully loaded. $12,90C. 0AAHA . 06. Tracto 4 wd with Chevy 05' Silverado BUY M E! N DD SS EST N CE ishereby

_i.3 104A1cord6E1 , lic t. 4. wh CURRENT ADDRESS: FEETG TO AN IRON
,l 003 e Roadt:,r 1;70:. two implements ext. cab LTleather, UNKNOWN ROD, THENCE RUN given that the
Chev0rolet '3 Cavp t Bia. tl.--i:l-. $2000. 334-522-6709 heated seats, loaded FORD '08 F250 NORTH 55 DEGREES Sneads Canvassing
rice, white, 70K-- - Harley Davidson 19gr 89 S00ri iiie Vance Custom Motorce 105K mi. $11,800.334- DIESEL,DVD 95,000 ANY AND ALL UN-O27 MINUTES 04 SEC- Board will convene at
Honda wh5 Civte, trut0Kr ~ng "m THarleyllDaiidson 89 5,00, rrd (50n.:e Custom593-e310
.miles, extra clean, jrng H-h- -inEh - Trailer4x ledit 237-1039 miles, 4 door, auto- KNOWN PARTIES ONDS EAST 244.64 the Sneads City 'all
new tires, $4300. ly Cuitc-rmied Atling ukne-h0:Ktwdl Tramp carrier unSen- Chevy '07 Z-71 Over- matic transmission, CLAIMING BY, FEET TO THE POINT Council Room, 2028
334-792-8018 '1K 3neath, never used, size tires. Camo trim. Like New condition, THROUGH, UNDER, OF BEGINNING. Third Ave, Sneads,
4-0238 vii H K DI gel N . hu p n. -, e toredingarageon- Exhaust.lots of xtras BLUE exterior, TAN AND AGAINST THE Florida at 7:0 p.m.
Ce 03 ii. Good S $750. 334-699-6711 77K m$22k Call Bra- interior, 4WD, ABS, HEREIN NAMED INDI- has been filed on Tueday, April13,
wrecked $350. Good 200. l i200 Sportstr L I-. n $. 00' dy 334-405-9027 a/c, alloys, am/fm, V I D U A L against you and you 2010 to canvass
drive train, NOT To ea :n. Ferguson T020 52' CD, cruise, driver DEFENDANT(S) WHO are required to serve ballots/absentee bal-
NOT Toyota '09 Camry Lots of chrome. 4 18583. new enginerebuild, Chevy '67C1 $1200 aibag, leatherint., ARE NOT KNOWN TO a copy of your writ- lots. Immediately af-
7bl74 Cleather. 334c47 a414.-- IB e.. newTR engine rbl Ce airbag, laather int., ARE NOT I s d t w llNO T O, name It,
77 334-8 21000miles.Still un- $7,500.334-701-3974 block repaired & OBO Or consider passenger aibag, P, BE DEAD OR ALIVE, ten defenses within tr the polls have
0YAMAHA '08 V-star cleaned & crank trade 334-522-4380 PS, PW, sun roof, WHETHER SAID UN- 30 days after the first closed for voting all
Chevy'71 El Camino, derwarranty $16900. Harley Davidson'87 250, Burgund turned, too many Chevy 72' Fleet side tow pkg. $28,000 KNOWN PARTIES publication, if any, ballots will be tallied
350 Eng94ine, 7500 334-726-2972 FXR Superide, Cus- Low miles! Lie new! new partsto list. 3 factory 307, 3-sd, 67K (229)942-0667 MAY CLAIM AN IN- on Florida Default by the Canvassing
Stompant, Asking $2,695., manuals included TEREST AS SPOUSE, Law Group, P.L., Board.
0-594-3282 Volkswagen '06 Bee chrome, f$9500 n850 334-693-5454.maa n original miles. Body FORD 2005 Lariat HEIRS, DEVISEES, Plaintiff's attorney,
CHRYSLER'08300 te, auto,diesel, 42K 260-1666Similar to 8 End Ford rough. $2500. OBO. F350 Dually, 4X4, GRANTEES, OR OTH- whose address is immediately follow-
Signature Series, va miles, 40MPG, oad- $3000. OBO 334-792-5578 loaded, trailer brks, ER CLAIMANTS 9119 Corporate Lake ing the canvass of
nilla, navigation, like ed. $16,000. 334-897- Harley Davidson '96 Yamaha '091300V 334-621-0059 unro. 9K mil ER CLAIMANTSive Suitehe ballo the can-
new, asking pay-off 2497 or34-672-1655 Fatboy, red&white, Startouring bike, sunroof. 139K miles Drive, Suite 300 the ballots, the can-
0a-o 4- 13K miles, gre ate 2500 miles.$6,900. FORD TW 15 Tractor $18,995. 334-791-6514 LAST KNOWN AD- Tampa, Florida passing board will
$16,700334-470-454 VW'06 Passat, load- 3K les, great 334-796-8174 w/cab, 140hp, exc. Ford 2009 King Ranch DRESS: UNKNOWN 33634, and file the canvass any provi-
Corvetteo02' Conver- ed, blue/black, GPS, cshapeond.$12,10 $8,50.o with this sional ballots.
tible auto, 405 HP sattalite radio, new' . 334-899-12128 cobod SDS F-250 6.4 L V8 original wth
12-CD changer w/ tires, like new inside cultivator sold sep. Diesel. turbo 5 sp. CURRENT 'ADDRESS: Court either before
12-CD changer w/ tires, like new inside | . ,.- -334-701-1836 auto trans. Forest UNKNOWN service on Plaintiff's This meeting is open
Bose sound system. & oeut. 119K, moving. Green ext. Camel attorney or immedi- to the public.
58K mi. Black w/ overseas. $12,000.o '05 Sco-uter, il:,irtog. YOU name it... CHEVY'91, 1 Ton 12ft Leather int. Loaded ately thereafter; oth-
blc,k 4-h29. -3739 47 , c .. i ;FCLASSIFIED Flat Bed DumpTruck w/options. Family YOU ARE NOTIFIED erwise -a default will YOU name it,,.
18 0 0 334-299-3739 - 4 '0 - bi t,: nea .. $5,500 or reasonable death forces sale. that an action to be entered against
manual,34K,alloy . Must l- e . $120, O BO has it!!! offer 229-334-8520, 3,100 mi. Asking $45K foreclose a inortgage you for the relief de- Classified has itffI
wheels,like Harley- -rp,:-er ' 850 482 7739 229-296-8171 334-687-3171 on the following handed in the Con-
new,$11,800. 'Orangce 120OR. vance
334-983-8399 5 I Firs S ,-n Sh-itl.
VWBeetle'04, turbo, br ldedd hne-. .,lou
69K, at, SR, loaded, mi $7.995. ,74.803, -07
Corvette '81 $9500. 334-806-2998 HI' ;.' t Fart-cy. P;v'a.
Automatic 350 r--. .i B... ir.e nCrrd.
(Silver) sell as is 6Class ics&Antiques re i rot I.lk '.
16000 00 m od Must 1' Ree.SOB Ms i l
334-774-1915 1974 Chevrolet a' s c.3524 4342
Datsun '78 280Z 2+24C. c a 3- -o, r - -% 4 --"-__ .
original owner, 5 storation... project
speed, fuel injected, 8O complete.NADA .:
180k miles, some 12000. needs home
rust, nuns but needs asking $9,500. 334- ' -
work. $2500 080 850- 693-5454 * *
579- 2136 lv imsg Hoqida .1 ReVile.
Ford '04 Crown Victo- Sroc.,em mar-:Maon. -r
ria LX, loaded, 55K 4-,rr-,1--. 24%c.-73 ,7
miles, drives like a ..- irrg m: rph S20C0).
dream. $8700 321- 21:. 3 Ili.5162
231-6363. - Honda '06 CTX 1300
CruiserLikeNe'0 Blldozing Ma/Hou9 Housekeeping
Beautiful project o Cruiser Like New Bulldozing keeping Maid/HousServicesOfferedRoofing Self Storage
cury Turnpike Cruis- 334-806-1322* Fo Ge raMA I N 1*Marianna
er 4 door, black, Honda 06' Rebel Solid PR N 0" Mariann-
Power back white winshield & House ow Burma ge
windshield.Gigantic sadie bags 2600 mi.
430cid engine, Push $2500. 080 334-886- or Office * Aluminum o Cranss --METAL� Climate Controiled
390 4bb1, slide steer- button trans. Will 3326 334-714-1110 GRELIABLE GUNSn" Aluminum Cans
ing, 69K miles, $6,995 $2000 cash or need a HONDA '06 Shadow, *Excavator PROFESSIONAL GttNS r *Kde ators .K Pad Entor
obo. 334-671-5051 or pickup so will trade Candy Apple Red, 2.8 THOROUGH C tet oong *Pa Month- Get
Ford '93 Taurus, runs truck.Call/text 796- $5,300 229-334-8520, * Bulldozer References 526-2336 I "CLIStO/ll 'i/71 2rd Month FREE
good, needs AC: 0755 - Nights and 229-296-8171 Available 3995 Hwy 90 West
$2200. 1-334-475-1723 weekends only pls. NONDA'98 Valkynie * Demolition Ava ilabl 0 Ma...romnaF2"r'a
Trurer all * rigirl. 'Debris Removal SHELBY Sheriffts Ofce) c'
1stir L 0P r. goao ,Retention]Ponds

Honda Dirt Bike * i -riPr.p F.,rrl - . I'mpr''tmerPantn. H 'eimr':emenrm { Lner v,.e Lawn Servces
Ford '98 Escort C-F 20P i-4 EF * . Iling ns.talthH E P SWSn
e trash 52,:,0. out0 � TIp %,il . Fill DDirt
n,-, lr-ls. $2-995 33- ,531 ' S*2'* BY Painling a ,r,,lsurr- " Ceramic Tile
334.790.7-95 -06 HO Dr, W HOMEWORKS (Itanin. i Vanities/Sinks I i
Honda'04 Accord EX, Glide-FKDWG. Bta,:*. , * 'R eautilcalion /R/l ( * Counter TOps
V6, loaded, $200 Like nets iunr,:,m:. " "' Silict'/961 for Hoir" n,,,,,,,,,,,

Honda '05 Civic, truthir,.n9 -ngm nI-t hew..lli.oli, ,, , Call Randy (850) 593-6458
Great ags saver, $300 2005 Suzuki C90 Kawasaki c'3 Vunt.oi ie eii ri'm Handy (850) 693-1360
down, $299/mo. Call like nr- Cornd. Dl--, - te An a
Steve Hatcher 334- black, oro, Or rQi 1.-c itsu q.at' lr� o n FL .i.r.. a 8,o11
79-24,just scrtca, $ .e a t ite sea! ddle bag. AC & Heat ng s & [rnalh.tour lime.
Honda '06 Civic, Gray asking ter-. dcr ne pnpe. 80II- (8%I)) 069 22l1 H*,5o615W 'nm 'r ime.
4dr, a/c, 5sp, power: Call Jay or Racret t n-ar rCtr.:,r, .r in r-
mileage & condition. __ a i./si,,,' '04, 6SC , 'ile Com HpuTIr -
$9,900. 334-243-4166 Ir- " - "- ii I k ecn, r..tri '0Jndrn - .


Honda 09'Civic 2900.C all3 34 790 I S n..L - L
Coupe EX, all power, ' Ct 6654 after 5 p.m ",I ..... ' '.... B KOLE-
moon roof, alloyAi*C*nd sutJ
wheels, blackgray a - ..i . I.I BARN KITS 11Chnaiit 24,7 leM C
warr. 20K mi. le";
$14,900. 0 334 -d n Mi lon-Fri 9-4:30 Locally Owned I e Se FREE ESTIMATES
449-1864 200R HorDay K n - T N /tm'y NO JOBS TOO SMALL
Road Kinci. never Thurs: 9-Noon A/C & HEAT SERUICE
Hyundai '03 Tiburon - dropped adult ARANNA " n
GT V6, 6 spd manual, drtiv..r..verj low miles ,-MRUIANNA , r I,, Capeiy -in
owner, 102k miles, 12P. $12.00'). 080 Kawasaki 09' ZX14 GoTR*f.;i-Mt- �alIrhwr - r
17" alloy wheels, Call 334.464-5916 Monstr er, egij ed,. -* *E.-- *,*iaFI-- ANhlkInD MOle -Shwernte w sPB
vinyls, and body kit. h.o.n.- ,oec.:pc.Nsr -' ...:' ' 'AN M- aiL ae
$5,500. 334-790-6146; 2007 Suzuki ,ron-rnander, high i.t. it t FCMAQrcF1 .t. s 8 s
Boulevard C50- R-a, I iOtw ai.r fi er Ios. -I2900 Borden St. 2822B hwy 71 PoiChes DOas3
Excellent condition, great -r. ,:r,- ,E R C�. BL,.1. (850)4824594 (8O) 363-38 u 8-So -i 80
35MPG, 18600 miles, $4 500. 3-7. .1 . ;. Suzuki ' S . 250 AC Dua. i n ng Bullding rl 850-573-1S


soft transop, 49K milession, 2 i &
$9500 (334)522-3803 Honda '07 Shadow Rearrd . e- s ly Ohitlp


red loo tl. larr,, $ o0 ,i .arr i l, Readership $ .
I| 04nfinity97J3012,1416.7. 48c" Q. .0.7 61withl Clay O'Nealls
142,000 miles. 72'-:---43'
$3,500., 334-687-7956d r aGets LandCaring Inc.
JEEP '06 Wrangler, A U RTSMNCommercial ALTHA FL
soft top, 49K miles, 2 Ac1o1fra & Residential RESUL TS !!! 850.762.9402
door, auto,s 4 wheel334.iir RrXrCredtwi mlu l 011$lltd o l Cell 850.832.5055
drive. $13,000. 334- ADVER IE *I * m i Ca E CL


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Beneath NYC, police protect tunnels from terror


BY TOM HAYS
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
NEW YORK - The tidy, three-
story brownstone looks like any
other on the cobblestone block in
Brooklyn, but it isn't. It's a fake,
leading directly to the belly of the
nation's largest subway system.
The unmarked emergency exit
behind the facade is one of many
posts protected by beat cops
defending the city against bomb-
ings or other terror attacks in the
city's intricate underground mass
transit network. Since the Sept. 11,
2001, attacks, officials at the
nation's largest police department
insist the city remains the nation's
No. 1 terror target, devoting extra
resources to protecting Wall
Street, the Empire State Building,
Brooklyn Bridge and other high-
profile potential targets.
But perhaps the biggest worry
- spurred by the recent bombing
in Moscow and a foiled plot in
New York in which a fourth arrest


was revealed Monday - is the
subway, a porous, 24-hour-a-day
system with 468 stations and an
average of 5 million riders a day.
Authorities have employed
bomb-sniffing dogs, high-tech
explosive detection devices and
security cameras to protect the
sprawling subway system. And
they've hired Robert McMillan, a
third-generation NYPD transit
officer who wears a shield bearing
the same number as his grandfa-
ther's.
"It's important to have presence
here," the 36-year-old McMillan
said toward the end of a recent
shift guarding the dimly lit subway
tunnels that run beneath the East
River.
The NYPD's counterterrorism
division has sought to defend the
subway by studying mass transit
attacks 'in Madrid, London,
Bombay and, most recently,
Moscow to learn about the latest
terror tactics.
Within hours of the Moscow


suicide bombings, the department
took the precaution of beefing up
security at key transportation hubs
throughout the city.
"We look at how the devices
were brought in," said Inspector
Martin Conway, counterterrorism
coordinator for the NYPD's transit
bureau. "Was it liquid explosives?
Remote detonation, with maybe a
cell phone? A male suicide
bomber? Female? ... Anything that
would give us some intelligence so
we can adjust."
Among the adjustments the
NYPD has made in recent years:
Deploying roving teams of officers
with heavy arms and dogs to
sweep subway stations and trains;
outfitting officers with pager-size
radiation detectors to guard against
a 'dirty bomb' nuclear device;
conducting tens of thousands of
random bag. searches each year;
and training officers in "hostile
surveillance detection" - the abil-
ity to spot suspects casing the sub-
way system.


NYPD transit officer Robert McMillan patrols the tunnel while rid-
ing the 4 train from the Bowling Green station in Manhattan to the
Borough Hall station in the borough of Brooklyn in New York. -
AP Photo / Mary Altaffer


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ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERSr T---AD - - - - - - -
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Federal RI IN THISFOR
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Thirty miles to the north, hundreds
of mourners including the governor
observed a moment, of silence at the
state Capitol, during a wreath-laying
ceremony at the foot of a statue hon-
oring the state's miners.
The team of inspectors at the Upper
Big Branch mine weren't heading
underground until searchers finished
the grim task of removing the final
nine bodies from the mine. The team
from the Mine Safety and Health
Administration briefed Secretary of
Labor Hilda Solis and MSHA director
Joe Main at the mine.
The last bodies were expected to be
taken out of the mine Monday after-
noon, state mine office spokeswoman
Jama Jarrett said. Recovery efforts
had been stalled in previous days by
-volatile gases, but teams had entered
by early Monday after the tunnels
were ventilated.
The state panel that writes mining
safety rules and typically reviews
mine inspectors' reports after the
investigations are complete said
Monday it would like to join the
investigators underground this time.
Richmond, Va.-based Massey has
been under scrutiny for a string of
safety violations at the mine, though
CEO Don Blankenship has defended
the company's record and disputed
accusations that he puts profits ahead
of safety.
Authorities have said.high methane
levels may have played a role in the
disaster. Massey has -been repeatedly
cited and fined for problems with the
system that vents methane and for
allowing combustible dust to build up.
Hours after the blast, the company
flew Gov. Joe Manchin back from a
Florida vacation on one of its planes,


BY MIKE HOUSEHOLDER
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
DETROIT - Federal
agents investigating what
they describe as a Christian
militia bent on violence
against police seized sus-
pected crack cocaine and
steroids, weapons, gas
masks and a book of Adolf
Hitler's speeches during
raids of members' homes
last month, according to
search warrant records.
The raids were conducted
over a 4/2-hour span in
Michigan, Ohio and Indiana
on the night of March 27.
Authorities recovered
hand grenade instructions
and schematics, a container
of potassiutn dhlorate and
other items during a raid that
night at the southern
Michigan home of David
Stone, the suspected leader
of the Hutaree.
Federal prosecutors say
Stone and eight other mem-
bers of the militia plotted the
mass killings of police offi-
cers in the hope of sparking
an anti-government revolu-
tion. They are charged with
seditious conspiracy, or plot-
ting to levy war against the
U.S., and attempting to use
weapons of mass destruc-
tion.
The Associated Press on
Monday reviewed dozens of
pages of search warrant
records that were filed last
week in federal court.
They items seized
include:
- Several cardboard
tubes including two "with
green/cannon fuse;" a 6-by-
�-inch-gallon nipple with


end caps; a two-page docu-
ment about a "funnel shape
charge;" a 2005 daily plan-
ner book; a grenade holder;
a Hutaree flag; three DVDs
labeled "Waco"; a notebook
detailing the' doctrine and
ranks of the Hutaree; and
gas masks; at Stone.'s trailer
home in Lenawee County's
Dover Township.
- Substances believed to
be crack cocaine and
steroids and a lock pick set
at the mobile home of sus-
pected Hutaree member
Kristopher Sickles in
Sandusky, Ohio.
- A copy of "My New
Order" by Hitler; audio of
"The Turner Diaries," a


novel that is popular with
white supremacists; a samu-
rai sword; a jeweled dagger;
a ballistic helmet; an intru-
sion detection machine; and
a CD titled "Explosives,
Ordnance and Demolition;"
at the two-story home of
suspected Hutaree member
Thomas Piatek in Whiting,
Ind.
The search warrant
records did not explain why
some of the items had been
seized. At a March 31 deten-
tion hearing, Assistant U.S.
Attorney Ronald Waterstreet
said Stone had 20 cardboard
tubes that could be used to
make improvised explosive
devices.


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From left, Jerry Bearfield, Jaden Clemons, 3, his sister Gabrielle Clemons,
4, their grandmother Gladys Clemons, and Jerry's brother Randy Bearfield
take part in a national moment of silence in honor of the 29 miners who
died in the explosion at Massey Energy Co:'s Upper Big Branch mine in
Montcoal, W. Va. a week ago Monday, at Duncan's Service Station in
Whitesville, W.Va. on Monday. - AP Photo/Amy Sancetta


Manchin said Monday. The gover-
nor's top lawyer told him the use of
the company's plane was acceptable
because it was an emergency and a
flight on a state plane couldn't imme-
diately be arranged.
Mourning continued Monday,
exactly a week after the explosion,
with the ceremony at the state Capitol
and a moment of silence at 3:30 p.m.
President Barack Obama on Monday
ordered all U.S. flags in the state
flown at half-staff until sunset
Sunday.
Beneath a sunny sky, several hun-
dred .people held hands and prayed


aloud during the ceremony. Four
black-ribboned wreaths were placed
at the memorial, as more than a dozen
family members of those killed
looked on. The largest bore white
roses for each miner killed, and two
yellow roses for the injured. Twenty-
nine yellow helmets were lined up in
front of the statue, a black ribbon on
each.
A bell rang 29 times, for each of the
fallen miners. During a moment of
silence that followed, sobs could be
heard both from thefamily and the
crowd thronged around them with
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