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Jackson County Floridan

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note:
"Independent."

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Jackson County Floridan. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Man charged with shooting wife, arson

By DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A Kynesville area resi-
dent is charged with
attempted murder and
arson, accused of shooting
his wife with a BB gun and
setting their home on fire
Monday night.
Bradford Derek Reagan, Bradford D.
41, was arrested late
Monday following the Reagan
alleged incidents, which
occurred at their house at 2589 Heavenly
Drive.
Around 7:30 p.m. Monday, Reagan's
wife, 45-year-old Toni Lynn Peacock,
called the Jackson County Sheriff's Office
and said Reagan allegedly shdt her in the
head with a BB gun . She also claimed he
had struck her several times with the
weapon, and that he also allegedly set the
house on fire.
While deputies were en route to the
scene, another call came in advising that
.the victim had escaped and had run to a 7 _
neighbor's house for help. Reagan alleged-
ly went to the neighbor's house and shot
his wife again, the caller said.
The neighbors were able to secure the
victim and themselves inside the resi-
See ARSON, Page 5A 0 Firefighters work to extinguish the dying embers of a fire allegedly set by Bradford Derek Reagan. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


Defendant found guilty in robbery


Willie. Lloyd III


Victim died-

of his injuries
STAFF REPORT
Jurors retired around 3 p.m. to
deliberate the fate of Willie-
Lloyd III, one of four men
accused in the robbery and beat-
ing death of Cottondale resident
Alfred Delk.
Lloyd was charged with being
a principle to robbery with a
deadly weapon. The jury came
back with a guilty verdict after
two hours of deliberations. Lloyd
will be sentenced after the trial of
the last of three co-defendants; he
faces life in prison.
Prosecutor Shad Redmon and
State Attorney Glenn Hess told
jurors during the one-day trial
that Lloyd, 23, of Marianna, was


with three other men who
attacked and robbed 75-year-old
Delk outside his Cottondale
home the morning of Sept. 15 last
year.
Lloyd, who'd had dealings
with Delk in the past, called him
several times that evening asking
for a meeting, Hess said. Delk
agreed to meet Lloyd at a con-
venience store near his home.
Lloyd, Kendrick Brown, Toriano
Grant and Joshua Pullum
watched as Delk drove away.
Then, as Lloyd waited in the car,
the other three "laid in wait" for
Delk's return, Hess said.
When Delk pulled into the
driveway and got out of his car,
he was beaten with a paving
stone and robbed of $22 and a
cell phone. He died a week later
of his injuries.
At the trial, defense attorneys
suggested some of the defendants


believed Delk routinely carried
hundreds of dollars on him.
Pullum, 22, and Brown, 21,
had both pleaded no contest to
robbery with a deadly weapon
and received 30-year sentences.
Pullum, who testified against
Lloyd on Tuesday, could see a
reduction in his sentence if
Wright deems his testimony war-
rants it. Brown was not called by
the state to testify against Lloyd.
The possible sentencing
amendment for Pullum is expect-
ed to be heard after Grant, 25,
goes on trial for second degree
murder with a deadly weapon.
His case is expected to go to trial
in May or June.
At Lloyd's trial, Grant was
identified as the person who actu-
ally struck Delk several times
with a concrete block or similar
object. Pullum and Brown are
expected to testify against Grant.


Grand Ridge gives final OK to annexation
BY ASHLEY McKEEN- *
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Grand Ridge town council held a spe- . .
cial meeting Monday to discuss an annexa- . . .. . ' . .
tion ordinance, as well as other planned town
projects.
The meeting's attendance was slightly thin,
with two council members absent Monday
morning - Ronnie Durden and suspended
Mayor Chris Wright. . ;..,,,,....
Grand Ridge Town Manager J.R.
Moneyham said Tuesday that Durden was : ..
unable to make the meeting due to a conflict-
ing work schedule. Wright was suspended by
an executive order issued by Gov. Charlie
Crist April 16, following Wright's arrest on a
charge of grand theft auto.
According to Moneyham, Wright will
remain suspended from the town council until
further notice from the governor's office. The
mayor can not be removed from office by , If
anyone other than the governor.
Moneyham says if that were to happen, the
city would hold a special election. Otherwise,
the suspension will remain in effect until fur- , ........


See ANNEXATION, Page 5A >


Thomas Peaden talks with fellow Grand Ridge council meinber Kimberly Applewhite dur-
ing Monday's meeting. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


Jackson County schools look to add ag certification


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FI.ORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Deputy Superintendent of
Jackson County Schools Larry
Moore informed school board
members at this month's meeting
of a developing agriculture indus-
try certification program which
may become available to second-
ary students in Jackson County.
The new agriscience industry
certification is currently in the
works, and is being facilitated by
the Florida Agriscience Banner
Center.


Started in July 2009, the
Banner Center is located at the
Florida Farm Bureau in
Gainesville. It is focused on
boosting Florida's agricultural
sector through collaboration with
key industry and educational
partners.
The Banner Center is aiming to
develop industry certification and
corresponding examinations for
students statewide.
Moore says if these certifica-
tions become a reality, he would"
like to see them incorporated in the
Jackson County school system.


Jackson County currently has
an industry certification program
in engineering at Marianna High
School. The program - Project
Lead The Way, or PLTW -
offers students up to 15 college
credit hours in engineering.
The incorporation of industry
certifications has been part of a
state effort to expand career tech-
nology education, Moore said.
"Jackson County is currently
working on industry certifica-
tions in many fields, with some
already in place," Moore said.
"These certifications give our


students a leg up upon gradua-
tion, and proves to employers
that the potential employee has
the basic knowledge and experi-
ence needed for the job."
Florida Farm Bureau
spokesman Pat Cockrell says
with agriculture in Florida being
crucial to the economy, it seems
only natural that the state would
better equip students with the
knowledge they need to excel in
the industry.
"Agriculture provides jobs,
See AG, Page 5A l


Juvenile

charged

with attempt

to distribute
STAFF REPORT
A 17-year-old male was
charged Tuesday after he was
allegedly found with marijuana
that had been packaged and
readied for sale.
According to a news release
from the Marianna Police
Department, officers were
called out to Wynn Street Park
at about 4:40 p.m. Tuesday, in
reference to a report of juve-
hiles causing a disturbance.
Upon arrival, contact was
made with a group of subjects
under one of the pavilions.
Upon approaching the sub-
jects, officers detected a strong
odor of marijuana in the imme-
diate area. Due to the circum-
stances, a search of all individ-
uals was conducted, and the
17-year-old male juvenile was
found to be in possession of 10
individually packaged bags of
marijuana. ,
The juvenile was taken into
custody and transported to the
Marianna Police Department
for booking. The juvenile is
being charged with possession
of marijuana with the intent to
distribute, and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
After consulting with offi-
cials from the Department of
Juvenile Justice, the juvenile
was released to the custody of
his mother.


Man charged

for slapping

police officer
STAFF REPORT
An Alabama man was arrest-
ed and charged Tuesday after
he allegedly smacked a police
officer when drugs were
allegedly found in his pocket.
According to a news release
from the Marianna Police
Department, an officer pulled
over a green Chevy Cavalier on
Caledonia Street just after
noon Tuesday. The officer had
noticed the driver was not
wearing a seatbelt.
During the course of the traf-
fic stop, it was determined that
the driver, Dennis Anderson, of
Enterprise, Ala., did not have a
valid driver's license.
Anderson was asked to exit the
vehicle and was searched.
See POLICE, Page 5A >


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report an error, please call
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April 28 - Wednesday
* Eldercare Services will give out USDA and
Biown Bag food, 8 a.m. at 4296 Liddon St.,
Marianna. USDA food will also be given out at
Malone City Hall, 8 a.m.
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open Wednesdays, 9 a.m..to 3
p.m.
* Free cholesterol, glucose and lipids
screenings will be offered when Jackson
Hospital brings Medwheels to the
Bascom/Greenwood, stopping at the Bascom
United Methodist Church, 10 a.m. to noon; and
at the Greenwood United Methodist Church,
1:30-3:30 p.m. The test involves a finger stick
with instant results. A health coach will be
available to explain results, answer questions.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA rbom.
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees'
regular monthly board meeting is at 5:30 p.m.
in the Hudnall Building.

April 29 - Thursday
* Open House, 3:30-6:30 p.m. at The
Jackson County Extension Office, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave., Suite 3 in Marianna. Tours,
refreshments, kids' activities, displays/demon-
strations, Master Gardeners, and more. Call
482-9620. Call 482-9620.
* Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion -
Thursdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited
to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

April 30 - Friday
* The 2010 Panhandle Seminole Club Golf
Tournament is at Indian Springs Golf Club in
Marianna. Registration: noon; shotgun start: 1
p.m. Four-man scramble. -Cash prizes award-
ed. Greens fee ($65) includes golf and barbe-
cue lunch. SunSports Network announcer and
former Seminole, Keith Jones,will speak.
Proceeds raise scholarship funds for local FSU
students. Call 526-4005, 209-1326, 482-5526
or 482-8787.
* Sneads High School is sponsoring a com-
munity cell phone collection drive in honor of
Earth Day. Cell phones do not have to be in


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department - listed the fol-
lowing inci-
dents for -
April 26, the yi-T-
latest avail- ;--
able report: CEJME
one hospice * -
death, one abandoned vehi-
cle, one suspicious vehicle,
two suspicious incidents,
four suspicious persons,
one funeral escort, two ver-
bal disturbances, one rob-
bery, one burglar alarm, six
traffic stops, one civil dis-
pute, one follow-up investi-
gation, two juvenile com-
plaints, one assault, one
noise disturbance, one
patrol request and three
public service calls.


JACkSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office. and
Jackson Fire Rescue list-
ed the following incidents
for April 26, the latest
available report: one
drunk pedestrian, one
accident with injury,
three accidents without
injury, one missing juve-
nile, two abandoned vehi-
cles, two suspicious vehi-
cles, one suspicious inci-
dent, two suspicious per-
sons, one physical distur-
bance, one verbal distur-
bance, one fire-police
response, one residential
fire, one multi-residential
fire, 14 medical calls, two
traffic accidents, seven


working condition and can be dropped off at
the SHS main office. Collection continues
through Friday, April 30.
SCelebrate 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 available.
Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting is 8-
9 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

May 1 - Saturday
* SunTrust teammates host a Relay for Life
Yard Sale, 7 a.m. to noon at 4167 Lafayette St.
(Stoney's station) in Marianna. Call 526-3516.
* As part of Join Hands Day 2010, Woodmen
of the World Lodge 65 and Chipola Ministries
volunteers will collect non-perishable food
items, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Grocery Outlet on
Lafayette Street in Marianna. Items will be
donated to the Chipola Ministries Food Pantry.
Call 272-0815.
* The Third Annual Northeast Jackson
County Optimist Club Bicycle Rodeo is 9-11
a.m. in Johnny Williams Park, 5474 11th St.,-
Malone. Wear closed-toe shoes/appropriate
clothing. Participants receive free helmet,
goodie bag and certificate of completion. Call
573-4351 or e-mail Liz@jacksoncounty.com.
* Author Jacqueline McGriff will be signing
copies of her newest book,. "Dare to Live
Healed," 11 a.m. to '2 p.m. at the Jackson
County Public Library on Green Street in
Marianna.
* Jackson County Community Emergency
Response Team (CERT) training begins
today. The three-part course is May 1, 8 and.
15 at the Jackson County Emergency
Operations Center, 2819 Panhandle Road in
Marianna, to prepare residents to help
themselves and neighbors in the event of a
disaster or emergency. No charge. Call 272-
1372 or e-mail training.jacksoncitizen-
corps@gmail.com.
* The Miss Sneads Pageants are at 6 p.m.
CDT in the Sneads High School Auditorium.
Call Mindy Howell at 482-9004, ext. 245.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901


burglar alarms, one rob-
bery alarm, 10 traffic
stops, three larceny com-
plaints, two criminal mis-
chief complaints, one
civil dispute, two found
properties, one follow-up
investigation, two
assaults, one suicide-drug
overdose, two noise dis-
turbances, -one animal
complaint, one retail
theft; two assists of
another agency, nine pub-
lic service calls, one
threat and one forgery.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons.
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-


Caledonia St., Marianna, is 4:30-5:30 p.m. in
the AA room.

May 3 - Monday
* The board of AARP Chapter 3486 meets at
1:30 p.m. in the Jackson County Public Library
on Green Street in Marianna.
* Relay for Life of Central Jackson's Bank
Night is 6 p.m. in the Covenant Hospice Center.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting at
First United Methodist Church,.2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, 8-9 p.m. in the AA room.

May 4 - Tuesday
* Optimist Club of Jackson'County meets at
noon in Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sew is
6-8 p.m. in the First United Methodist Church
Youth Hall, Clinton Street, behind the Marianna
Post Office. Call 272-7068.
* Washington-Holmes Technical Center's
graduation ceremony begins at 7 p.m. in the
Washington County Agriculture Center. Call
638-1180, ext. 343.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting at
First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, is 8-9 p.m. in the AA room.

May 5 - Wednesday
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* The Early Learning Coalition of Northwest
Florida Inc. Board of Directors meets at 11
a.m. at the Workforce Center in Panama City.
Conference call access: 1-888-808-6959,
guest code 7475102. -
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting at
First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, is 12-1 p.m. in the AA room.
* The Pilot Club of Marianna draws the win-
ning tickets today in its "Swing into Spring"
fundraiser, proceeds from which will help pur-
chase a handicaiped-accessible swing set for
Citizens Park in Marianna. The charity raffle
boast three large prize packages each includ-
ing many goods, services and gift certificates
from area businesses. Tickets are $5 each or
five for $20. Call 573-6563.


est reporting period:
- Timothy Summerlin,
18, 2659 Gregory Lane,
Cottondale, loitering or
prowling.
- Timothy Dykes, 38,
P.O. Box 285, Bristol,
awaiting transport to
Department of Corrections.
- Steve Hamilton, 33,
no fixed address,
Graceville, disorderly
intoxication, trespassing
on property, resisting an
officer with violence.
- Bradley Howard, 46,
4126 North Street,
Marianna, violation of
court order.
- Floyd Thompson, 55,
1150 Luhoya Point,
Crystal River, solicitation.
- Juan Ramos, 21, P.O.


Box 1273, Altha, no valid
driver's license.
- Hector Perez, 19,
1111 Kynesville Road,
Cottondale, no valid dri-
ver's license.
- Shawnest .Ivey, 28,
4463 Dudley Road,
Marianna, hold for
Walton County.
- Timothy Brunner, 32,
640 Wolf Pond Road,
Marianna, violation of
state probation.
JAIL POPULATION: 238

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


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Sneads Elementary School Marriages, divorces for
the week of April 19-23


Third nine-weeks

honor roll
First Grade
A - Meg Alexander, Dillon
Bennett, Cameron Brown, Alden
Campbell, Bellah Coker, Jase Collis,
Katelynn Dunaway, Macy Emmons,
Hunter Grooms. Evan Hamilton,
Landon Hatcher-Gilley, Brendan
Hays, Ann Marie Helton, Bowden
Howell, Vallari Joyner, Jada' Kingry,
Parker Bowen McCord, Bella
McDaniel, Kiera Miller, Alexis
Moneyham, William Myers, Johh
Douglas O'Neal, Georgia Scott,
Ethan Stephens, Emma Thompson,
Makaila Wade and Annemarie Wells.
A/B - Samantha Jane Adkins,
Collin Alford, Russell Allen, Aaliyah
Baker, Blake Benton, Janki Bhakta,
Kilee Bowen, Dianna Lexi Brown,
Kyia Brown, Rebecca Bruner, Sarah
Bryant, Robert Earl Cruse, Tucker
Dowling, Kiara Garrett, Andy
Hamilton, Lora Hanks, Jantzen
Jackson, Jaykeria Jackson, Tabitha
Jackson, Hayden Johnson, Taylor
Lanphere, Karlie Leigh, Autumn
Mercer, Alexis Myers, Hunter Rhames,
Brianna Rinck, Tamiyah Simmons,
Brooke Smith, Julius Stanley, Emily
Stone, Taylor Grace Tolbert, Faith
Whitney and Daeshaun Williams.

Second Grade
A - Madeline Barfoot, Kyle
Benton, Jason Branch, Trevor
Carpenter, Austin Dennison, Laurel
Dudley, Kearston Glisson, Dylan
Jackson, Josiah Joyner, Savanna
Lewis, Maegan Lucas, Mary
Mausert, Colton Mercer, Jace Porter,
Jordyn Riano, Emily Sprouse,
Marissa Starace, Lauren Stone and
Leandra Williams


A/B - Uribe Ahilon, Dillon
Arnold, Latahzha Baldwin, Alex
Shawn Baxter, Layla Brock, Destini
Brown, Phoenix Bruner, Mandalyn
Chance, Victoria Clair, J.C. Deese,
Kevin Eldridge, Maison Fulton,
Kazia Gainer, Kassidy Green,
Makenna Grice, Faith Hardin,
Spencer Hart, Emma Jeter, Oceana
Manbeck, Michaela Moore, Amber
Mullinax, Maggie Rabon, Nathan
Renfro, Brianna Roberts, Lauren
Rucki, Seth Scott, Jasmine Sheard,
Spencer Sneads, Trevor Tyus, Liliana
Virgen, Hunter Wagner, Will Walker,
Wesley Wyatt Wiggins, Keyonna
Williams and Asher Young.

Third Grade
SA - Jennifer English,. Christian
Harrell, Timothy Jay Henley, Lucas
Holguin, Christian Isherwood,
D'Angelo Manbeck, Anthony May,
Wyntyr Thompson and Madeline
Wright.
A/B - Marissa Baxter, Kaitlynn
Bowling, Dionna Brown, Tyler Cain,
Georgia Cloud, Leisha Craven, Dylan
Driggers, Christian Frascona,
Madelyn Goodson, Kaytlyn Gordon,
Rebecca Green, Jermiah Hall, Chase
Harrell, Jay Nathan Hayes, Justin
Lawrence, Addyson Lewis,. Kayla
MacBride, Jane Marchand, Gage
McNeill, Kayla Mears, Denea Neel,
Madison O'Pry, Brandon Ortega,
John Parramore, Cameron Parrish,
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A/B - Tyler Justiss, Henry
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A/B - Marcus Bishop and
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Member-owners gather for WFEC annual meeting


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
West Florida Electric
Cooperative held its 73rd
annual meeting and
Member Appreciation Day
on April 24 in Graceville,
at the Graceville Civic
Center.
Some of the activities
taking place throughout the
day included health screen-
ings, safety demonstra-
tions, a blacksmithingg
demonstration, face paint-
ing and more. Musical
entertainment was provid-
ed by The Bibletones from
Mississippi.
An address was delivered
by WFEC President and
CEO Bill Rimes, who out-
lined some 2009 events,
like the completion of the
automated meter reading
conversion; the loss of
long-time trustee Henry
Prescott; and the appoint-
ment of Myron Hudson to
the board of trustees.
Rimes also touched on
the impact recently passed
legislation could have on
the cooperative as well as
its members. He stated that
the cooperative was able to
reduce its wholesale power
cost rate a few weeks ago,
and urged those in atten-
dance to make their voices
heard in Washington, D.C.
by voting in the November
elections.
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member-owners also had
the opportunity to win a
variety of prizes, such as
electric grills, small appli-
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Honda portable generator,
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districts

The battle lines are being drawn in
Tallahassee, and it's begin to look like
a fight between the people and the
politicians.
We're talking about redistricting.
Florida is, unfortunately, one of those
states where post-census gerrymander-
ing has become as much a part of the
landscape as the beaches and Spanish
moss.
There is an effort this year to pass
two amendments, 5 and 6. The pro-
posed Amendment 5 would disallow
'drawing state legislative "to favor or
disfavor an incumbent or political
party," and "where feasible must make
use of existing city, county and geo-
.graphical boundaries." Amendment 6
would do the same for congressional
districts.
To no one's surprise, many of
Florida's state legislators are having
none of it. A few have gone so far as
'to try to add a third redistricting
,amendment to the ballot, the wording
of which would essentially negate
amendments 5 and 6.
Some may shrug and say gerryman-
dering is a necessary evil in a democ-
racy. Not'true. Gerrymandering is
what happens when lawmakers are left
to their own devices when it comes to
setting district boundaries.
There is at least one exception to
this. Thirty years ago, Iowa created a
non-partisan commission that resets
district boundaries after each census.
Legislative majority and minority
leaders pick two members each; those
four then pick the chairman, who can-
not be a holder of "a partisan political
office or political party office."
The commission then agrees on new
district maps. The legislature cannot
amend these maps; it can only vote to
-approve or disapprove.
Failure to find an agreeable map
throws the final decision to the state's
Supreme Court.
At least four states are looking this
year at creating something similar to
Iowa's commission. Is there any par-
ticular reason why Florida can't adopt
something similar?
Let's face it. Redistricting is too
important to be left solely to the
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Let's make a deal to fix finance


BY DONNA BRAZILE

It's fitting that Pres. Barack
Obama delivered a speech
about Wall Street at Cooper
Union, the same auditorium
where Abraham Lincoln
launched his national career.
It is also safe to say that if
Lincoln were alive today, he
would take a tough stand oi
"derivatives," "credit default
swaps" and all those other
exotic instruments. And he
was a Republican.
No, I won't torture some
Lincoln quote to prove that
he'd be opposed to what's
going on at, or wrong with,
Wall Street. Suffice it to say
that he earned the nickname
Honest Abe as well as his
place in history for fighting
the forces that allow people to
profit mightily from the toil
and misery of others.
Wall Street crashed by pick-
ing the pockets of hard-work-
ing Americans and rebounded
to a healthy profitability by
the loans it received from
American taxpayers.
Meanwhile, millions of
Americans remain unem-
ployed or underemployed.
Those lucky enough to still
own.a home worry how
they'll pay their mortgage
next month. In the meanwhile,
The Wall Street Journal
Magazine can again publish a
full-page ad for a diamond-
encrusted toilet.
Clearly, something's not
right. Equally clear is that we
need to make it right.
Since we all have short
memories, let's recall how we
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got to where we are today.
Let's recall that at the end of .
the Clinton years, the
Republicans, under the guise
of freedom, removed most
government regulations on
Wall Street. An orgy of greed
and swindling followed. Make
no mistake: this is a bipartisan
farce that should demand
bipartisan cooperation in fix-
ing the problem.
President Obama, the Tea
Party and both political par-
ties should get on the same
page and demand accountabil-
ity, transparency and, yes, that
Wall Street pay back taxpay-
ers with interest. Wall Street
has a moral obligation to help
Main Street.
Let's face it, had Congress
not made legal most of Wall
Street's swindles, there would
be even more Wall Street
executives with Bernard
Madoff for a cellmate. Wall
Street raised gambling to its
highest dark art during the
last 10 years. It's called
"derivatives."
Warren Buffett, no enemy
of free enterprise, called
derivatives "financial instru-
ments of mass destruction."
Even a financial wizard like
Buffett had to admit that "no
one really understands how
they work." Though heads
nodded in agreement across
Wall Street, nothing was
done.
Let's recall that Buffett, one
of the richest man in America,
also noted, "my secretary
pays more in taxes than I do:"
Let's recall that Sen. John
McCain wanted us to sympa-


thize with Joe the Plumber
because Obama wanted to
restore taxes on the rich that
he, McCain, helped to
remove. And, to be honest,
let's also recall that some
Democrats have received gobs
of campaign money from
these rich Wall Street titans.
In a delicious twist of histo-
ry, President Obama, who
also benefited from some
campaign contributions from
Wall Street, is merely seeking
to return to average
Americans a huge amount of
wealth that Wall Street redis-
tributed - to itself. In his
remarks, the president stated:
"I believe in the power of the
free market. I believe in a
strong financial sector that
helps people to raise capital
and get loans and invest their
savings. ... But a free market
was never meant to be a free
license to take whatever you
can get, however you can get
it. That is what happened too
often in the years leading up
to this crisis. Some ... on Wall
Street forgot that behind every
dollar traded or leveraged,
there is a family looking to
'buy a house, pay for an edu-
cation, open a business, or
save for retirement."
' The slick Wall Street gam-
bling resulted in placing bil-
lions of dollars on high-risk
subprime mortgages that
were then bundled and sold
off, deceptively, to others.
Thanks to lax or nonexistent
regulatory agencies and law-
makers sleeping at the
switch, some of whom
remain unwilling to acknowl-


edge their own bad deeds,
clever Wall Street gamblers
were free to make billions,
legally, by betting that the
mortgages would fail. And
did they ever! Again, Wall
Street pocketed our losses as
profit. Damn! Where are my
pistol-packing Second
Amendment friends now?
Today, as I write this, it is
legal for canny Wall Street
operators to take out insur-
ance policies on elderly peo-
ple they aren't related'to, bet-
ting when they will die.
Would you be comfortable
with a politician or Wall
Street as your life insurance
beneficiary?
Finally, let's recall that Wall
Street executives paid them-
selves billions of dollars in
bonuses that they wouldn't
have had without the money
taxpayers loaned them.
Enough!
Remember the commercial
"When E. F. Hutton talks,
people listen"? Well, when
Wall Street speaks, members
of Congress start to move
their lips. But what about us?
Who speaks for us?
'Wall Street greed adversely
and profoundly affects the
security of this nation. It's
ruined the incomes and lives
of millions of American fami-
lies. Wall Street still doesn't
get it. They like what they
did. They're proud of it. They
profit from it. They want to.
.do more of it.
What's worse, they are now
betting that the average
American won't "get it."
Fat chance!


Our best defense may be 'South Park'


BY DIANA WEST


The creators of "South
Park," Trey Parker and.Matt
Stone, get it.
They get the free-speech sig-
nificance of the Danish
Muhammad cartoons epito-
mized by Kurt Westergaard's
bomb-head Muharmnad.
They even get it across.
"It's so sad, the whole
Muhammad, the whole Danish
cartoon thing," said Stone,
Parker seated beside him dur-
ing a joint interview with the
entertainment Web site Boing
Boing.
Don't laugh. "Boing Boing"
here goes where "elite" media
fear to tiptoe, let alone tread.
The subject was the 200th
episode of "South Park,"
which, in unusually clean if
satirical fashion, focused on
Islam's fanatical, and, to
Western sensibilities, ridiculous
prohibitions on depictions and
criticism of Muhammad, who
is at one point presented in a
bear suit disguise. (Now you
can laugh.)
Stone continued: "It's like, if
everyone would have just, like,
(done what they) normally they
do in the news organizations,
(and) just printed the car-


toons..." "Everyone would have
rallied together," interjected
Parker.
"Now that guy
(Westergaard) has to be hiding
and all this (bleep) because
everyone just kind of left him
out to dry. It's a big problem
when you have the New York
Times and Comedy Central
and Viacom basically just
(wimping) out on it. It's just
sad. I was, like, really sad
about the whole thing."
This is a singularly powerful
statement. It is powerful in its
sincerity, and it is singular in
its, well, singularity. No other
American "name" I can think
of, no one tops in pop culture,
has spoken out against (or even
mentioned) the Islamic threat
to Western freedom of expres-
sion as exemplified by the
sharja dictates against
"Muhamtooning." Certainly no
one has produced creative con-
tent about it.
This makes "South Park"'s
message the closest thing yet to
a mainstream declaration of
independence from sharia. For
rejecting both the threat of vio-
lence and the emotional black-
mail emanating from Islam
over critiquing Islam's prophet,
the two "South Park" creators


deserve a medal.
"They're courageous - no
doubt that they are," said Bill
O'Reilly of Fox's "The
O'Reilly Factor." He was dis-
cussing the Islamic death
threats against Parker and
Stone that, naturally, followed
the recent "South Park"
Muhammad episode. The
threats came in a jihadist video
(caption: "Help Us Remove
this Filth") portraying the
writer-producers as likely vic-
tims of Islamic violence, along
with Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Salman
Rushdie, Geert Wilders, Kurt
Westergaard and Lars Vilks. A
photo of the slain body of film-
maker Theo van Gogh on an
Amsterdam street in 2004,
served as an example.
Rather than praise Parker's
and Stone's courage, however,
O'Reilly went on to disparage
their judgment.
"Was it the smart thing to do'
in light of the Danish cartoon-
ist and van Gogh?" he asked.
"It's harmless to me," he con-
tinued about the episode in
question. "But if you are a
hardcore jihadist any mention
of Muhammad in any kind of
way, particularly if you poking
fun at him, is a capital
offense."


SAccording to whose law, Bill
- Islam's or ours? Those are
the question citizens of the
Western world need to hear
discussed.
But not on the O'Reilly
Factor.
"See, I would have advised
them not to do it," O'Reilly
continued, "because the risk is
higher than the reward."
One reason there is such a
high "risk" is because media
people such as O'Reilly left the
"South Park" creators, as
Parker put it, "out to dry." All
media in American should
have reproduced Westergaard's
cartoon, just as all media in
American should now applaud
Parker and Stone for their
defense of free speech against
Sharia. Surely, it is O'Reilly's
responsibility as a leading
broadcaster to do that small bit
to keep the airwaves free.
Alas, this man of the folks
doesn't see it that way. "You
don't want to give in to the
intimidating forces of evil," he
said. "But you got to deal with
reality. And these people are
killers and they will kill you."
In other words, shut up
about Muhammad, and every-
thing will be fine - or at least
Islamic.


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Four-vehicle pile-up injures one


STAFF REPORT

A four-vehicle wreck in a Calhoun
County construction zone resulted in
the injury of one person Monday after-
noon. According to Florida Highway
Patrol, three of the four vehicles were
stopped in the westbound lane of State
Road 20 due to road construction when
a fourth, westbound vehicle


approached and was unable to stop.
That vehicle, a 2009 International
driven by Chipley resident Delma T.
Mauldin, 41, plowed into the back of
the last stopped vehicle. That one was
also a 2009 International, driven by R.
Ayers, 27, of Lauderhill. The impact
pushed Ayers' vehicle into the back of
a Lexus four-door ,driven by 72-year-
old Donalsonville, Ga. resident


Dhansukhbhai P. Patel.
The Lexus was then propelled into
the back of a 2006 Ford pick-up driven
by Pace resident Randy L. Bass, 47.
All drivers were traveling alone, and
only one was hurt, according to the
highway patrol. Patel was listed with
minor injuries.
The pile-up occurred about 18 miles
west of BlountstoWn at roughly 3 p.m.


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Post to hold flag disposal ceremony


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A flag disposal ceremony
for residents who have old,
tattered versions of the Stars
and Stripes will be held in
Marianna. The event is host-
ed by the Veterans of Foreign
Wars Ted Walt Post 12046
and Ladies Auxiliary. The
ceremony is open to the pub-
lic and will be held at post
headquarters, located at 2830
Wynn St. From 11 a.m. until
noon,- post members will
receive and fold the
American flags, and the cere-
mony will begin at toon.
Anyone who has a faded or
damaged American flag that
needs proper disposal may
bring them for inclusion in
the ritual. Other types of
flags, such as those represent-
ing a school or other entity,
will also be accepted and
burned, but in a different con-
tainer and without any ritual.
Larry Roberts, a member of'
VFW, said he has already col-


Annexation


their notice, or until the posi-
tion becomes open next year.
Even with a smaller council
Monday, business matters
still were addressed and han-
dled. The voluntary annexa-
tion of the 40-acre Barbee
property off Shady Grove
Road in Grand Ridge passed
with no public comment.
Bids for a timber thinning
project were also reviewed,
with the council awarding
Wiregrass Wood, Inc out of
Columbia, Ala. the project.
Moneyham says the 475-
acre partial off Highway 69
is in dire need of manage-
ment and thinning. This
project is set to start in the
coming months, according to
Moneyham.
The town also reviewed
bids for the $75,000 beautifi-
cation project, with the
council selecting
Southeastern Outdoor
Management out of Panama
City to complete the project.
This project, although pre-


From the left,.Nicole Roberts watches as Larry Roberts,
Ernest McNeill and Fred Fitzgerald fold up a United
States flag in preparation for the flag disposal ceremo-
ny being conducted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars
Ted Walt Post:12046 and its Ladies Auxiliary this
Saturday. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


elected about 100 flags from
various individuals, business-
es and agencies. He said he
can pick up others in
advance, and that flags will
also be accepted in the hour
preceding the start of the cer-
emony. To contact him about


viously confused with the
town's gateway signs proj-
ect, consists only of the land-
scaping and irrigation along
U.S. Highway 90 within city
limits.
Moneyham says the beau-
tification project consists of
about seven different areas
along the roadway to be
landscaped with new trees
and plants.
The. previous confusion
led town residents to believe
the beautification project and
gateway signs were one in
the same.
"I was getting all kinds of
criticism," Moneyham said.
"People thought we were
putting up $75,000 signs, but
they are actually two differ-
ent projects. The beautifica-
tion grant from DOT
(Florida Department of
Transportation) is only going
to cover the landscaping and
irrigation along Highway 90,
which will include the land-
scaping around the new gate-


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from entry level to entre- "This test will be tough
preneurial, for more than to pass, it is going to be rig-
750,000 citizens, and pro- orous," Cockrell said. "But
duces commodities" valued with it, I think students.will
at more than $7.8 billion feel more secure going out
for the state of Florida," into the workforce and
Cockrell said. "With these employers can feel more
certifications, both students secure in their hires.
and future employers "We want to help raise
would benefit." the skill level of employees
Florida Farm Bureau rep- for the agriculture indus-
resentatives are currently try."
working on developing an Cockrell says the Florida
exam in collaboration with Farm Bureau plans to have
industry professionals. It the first round of these, cer-
would certify students who tifications developed and
obtain a passing score, approved by early 2011.


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The officer found a small resist arrest, according to
bag of white pills, later the news release, and had to
determined to be prescrip- be handcuffed and
tion medication, in restrained.
Anderson's front pocket. He was transported to the
According to the news Jackson County
release, this is when Correctional Facility,
Anderson struck the officer where he booked on
in the face and fled on foot. charges of battery on a law
A chase ensued and enforcement officer, pos-
Anderson was apprehended session of a controlled sub-
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pick-up in advance, call 482-
8882. At the flag-burning
service and ceremony, a color
guard will be assigned to the
flags. The ceremony partici-
pants will assemble around
the fire and will be called to
attention. The color guard


way signs. But the grant will
not cover the. signs them-
selves."
Moneyham explained that
the town's new gateway
signs will'cost around
$10,000, and will be coming
from other parts of the city
budget. .
County Commissioner
Jeremy Branch also made an
appearance Monday to wel-
come the municipality under


will come forward, place the
flags on the fire and salute.
After the salute, and while
all are still at attention, the
ceremony leader will conduct
a memorial. It. will likely
include at least one patriotic
song, and an inspirational
message about the American
flag's meaning. The Pledge
of Allegiance will be recited,
followed by a moment of
silence.
When the flags are con-
sumed, those assembled will
be dismissed single file and
depart in silence. The leader
and color guard remain until
the flags are completely con-
sumed. The fire will then be
extinguished, and the ashes
of the flags will be buried on
the grounds of the post.
Following the ceremony,
the post will offer lunch.
Hot dogs and soft drinks
will be sold for $1 each, and a
four-persori rib lunch goes for
$25. Free vanilla and choco-
late ice cream will also be
available.


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his newly acquired repre-
sentation. Branch said that
with the recent annexation
of the.old spray field south
of town on Highway 69,
Grand Ridge is now in with-
in Branch's constituency.
He, along with County
Commissioner Kenneth
Stephens are now represen-
tatives of the Grand Ridge
area on the county commis-
sion.


Arson Continued From Page 1A

dence. Authorities were were brought in to search
told Reagan had run into for Reagan. The dogs
the woods nearby. tracked him to a spot in the
As deputies searched for woods where he was lying
Reagan, emergency crews down and in possession of a
attended to Peacock and pump-style pellet rifle,
took her to the hospital for Branch said. Reagan was
treatment. She was later arrested there without fur-
released with non-life their incident.
threatening injuries. According to Branch and
The fire was. fully Jackson County Fire
involved by the time Rescue Chief Tony Wesley,
deputies arrived, according Reagan admitted pouring
to sheriff's office Major gasoline on the house.
Donnie Branch. Fire crews The roughly 4,500
were kept away from the square foot structure was a
scene for about two hours, total loss, according to
as Reagan's whereabouts Wesley.
and intentions were still not Branch said Reagan and
known. Canine teams from Peacock were "arguing
Jackson and Apalachee about his drinking" prior to
correctional institutions the incident.


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died Sunday, April 25,
2010, from injuries sus-
tained in an automobile
accident near Bascom.
Born in Jackson County,
he attended Malone High
School where he played
basketball. His graduating
year, 1977, he was a part of
one of many state cham-
pionships won by Malone.
He played basketball at
Chipola College from 1978-
79. He then received a
NCAA Division I basketball
scholarship from Universi-
ty of South Florida, where
he graduated with a bache-
lor's degree in contractual
construction engineering.
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fied Florida general con-
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tion Company in Panama
City. His last project locally
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restoration of the old
Bascom School. John was
an active member of the
Bascom United Methodist
Church, where he served
on the board of trustees.
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death by his father, Wallace
Grant.
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mother, Sarah A. Grant; his
wife Annette, of Panama
City; two sons, John Robert
Grant, of Miami, and Kane
Bouchard, of Panama City;
one daughter, Margaret
Grant, of Panama City; one
brother, Michael Grant
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sisters, Gwen Grant Wil-
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aunt, Ann Grant of
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be Thursday, April 29, at 11
a.m. in the Bascom United
Methodist Church, the Rev.
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church cemetery with
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Marianna died Monday,
April 26, 2010, at the
Chipola Nursing Pavilion.
She .attended Sunday
school at the First Baptist
Church of Marianna, re-
tired from the Jackson
County School Board, and
was a member of the Elks
Lodge and the Marianna
Garden Club.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Max
Turnage.
She is survived by a
daughter, Deborah
McKeithan and her hus-
band Larry; two sons, Da-
vid Turnage and wife Jo, of
Pace, and Richard Turnage,
of Marianna; four grand-
children; three great-
grandchildren; and special
friends Hodges and Eunice
Martin, Lottie Williams and
Gerlene Hall.
The graveside funeral
service will be 2 p.m.
Thursday, April 29, at
Pinecrest Memorial Gar-
dens, the Rev. Ronnie
Wright officiating. Burial
will follow with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends prior to the service,
noon to 1:30 p.m. Thursday
April 29, at James & Sikes
Maddox Chapel.
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SPORTS


Raiders even series


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
Two days after clinching a
berth in the state tournament, the
Indians dropped the second game
of their series with Northwest
Florida State 6-4 on Monday
night at Chipola Field.
* Jake Stephens pitched a com-
plete game for the Raiders to get
the. win, allowing four earned
runs on nine hits, no walks and
eight strikeouts.
CJ Riefenhauser started for
Chipola and took the loss, going
five innings and surrendering
four earned runs on six hits, one
walk and one strikeout.
Northwest did its damage with
a five-run second inning, compil-
ing four hits off of the Indians
starter.
The first run scored when
Riefenhauser hit Blake Barber
with the bases loaded.
An infield single by Ben
Hernandez made it 2-0. David
Pyle then cleared the bases with a
three-run double to put the
Raiders up five.
Chipola came back with two
runs in the bottom of the second
on an RBI single by Michael
Revell, who scored on a.sacrifice
fly by Josh Allen to make it 5-2.
An RBI sacrifice fly by
Hernandez scored Jordan Demos
to put Northwest up 6-2 in the
fourth inning.
Andy Fermin hit a solo home
run in the sixth inning for
Chipola, then Eric Sauls added
another in the ninth.
But Stephen� battled back to
strike out Cody Martin and
Lance Bailey for two outs.
Revell singled and made it to
second base on a passed ball, but
Allen struck out looking to end
the game.
The teams conclude their
series today in Niceville at 5 p.m.


South Walton


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The South' Walton Seahawks
scored a run in the bottom~ of the
seventh inning to deal the Sneads
Pirates a 6-5 loss in the district
tournament quarterfinals Monday
in Bonifay.
The loss ended the Pirates' sea-
son, while the- Seahawks
advanced to Tuesday night's
semifinal round.
Sneads jumped out to a 2-0
lead to start the game, and the
Pirates held that advantage
through the first three innings.
But South Walton responded
with a three-run homer in the bot-
tom of the fourth inning to take
the lead. The homer came after a
two-out error by the Pirates
allowed the inning to continue.
The Pirates regained the lead in
the top of the fifth inning with
two runs, to go up 4-3.
But the Seahawks responded
by adding two more runs in the
fifth to go back up themselves.
Sneads tied the game up in the
top of the fifth. But back-to-back
hits in the bottom of the seventh
lifted South Walton to the walk-
off win.


Chipola's Cody Martin tags first base after the Northwest Florida State runner slid in safely during
a game on Monday afternoon at Chipola Field. The Raiders won the game 6-4. The teams play
their series and Panhandle Conference finale today in Niceville at 5 p.m. - Mark
Skinner/Floridan


sneaks past Snead


"It's just one of those
games where you wish
you could do it over
again, but you can't."
-Mark Guerra,
Sneads coach

"We didn't play great," Sneads
coach Mark Guerra said. "We
made a few mistakes that kept
them in the ballgame. We just
didn't play real good, not like we
had been. It's just one of those
games where you wish you could
do it over again, but you can't."
Bubba Carpenter started on the
mound for the Pirates and went
six innings, with Jerry Bamburg
pitching the seventh to take the
loss. The Pirates won six of seven
going into the postseason, but
they'll have to sit out the 2A
playoffs.
"Everybody is very disappoint-
ed," Guerra said. "We felt like we
had come along and had started
playing a lot better. We weren't
making the errors we were mak-
ing earlier in the year, but
(Monday) it kind of bit us."


6-5


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Sneads' Garrett Harris, left, gets set'to catch a ball at second
base while South Walton's Billy Davis tries to slide into second
during a district tournament game Monday afternoon in
Bonifay. South. Walton won the game 6-5 to eliminate the
Pirates. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


Malone rolls by FAMU


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Malone Tigers stayed alive
for at least one more day on
Monday, beating FAMU 15-5 in
five innings in the district tourna-
ment opener in Tallahassee.
The Tigers jumped out to a 7-0
lead in the first inning, and the
Baby Rattlers never got closer
than five runs.
Will Dunaway started on the
mound for the Tigers and went
the distance to get the victory.
He allowed four earned runs on
five hits, while walking three and
striking.out six.
It was Dunaway's first start in
more than a week. Malone coach
Max Harkrider said he was happy
with what his senior gave him.
"He did what a senior is sup-
posed to do," the coach said. "He
threw strikes and let his defense
play behind him."
The Tigers certainly gave him
a nice cushion to work with in the
first inning.
Blake Henson led off the game
with a walk, then scored on an
RBI double by Dunaway.
After Dunaway scored on a
passed ball, Robert Orshall added


"Any time you can
come out and score
that many runs in the
first, it takes a lot of
the pressure off."
-Max Harkrider,
Malone coach

an RBI single for a 3-0 lead.
Nick Breeden's two-run single
pushed the lead to five runs, then
Hunter Dillard added an RBI
triple to make it 6-0.
Dillard scored the final run of
the inning on a passed ball.
"Any time you can come out
and score that many runs in the
first, it takes a lot of the pressure
off," Harkrider said. "Then you
can just go out and relax and
play."
, Dunaway and Breeden each
had two RBI, while Henson had
two hits and three runs scored.
Jeffrey Pittman finished with
two runs and an RBI.
The Tigers were scheduled to
take on Munroe on Tuesday in
the district semifinals.


WEDNESDAY

Zaxby's, Farm

Bureau settle

for 9-9 tie
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
Farm Bureau and Zaxby's had
to settle for a 9-9 tie in O' Zone
action Monday night at Optimist
Park.
Jake Daffin started on the
mound for Zaxby's and allowed
eight runs on six hits in two
innings. Maxx Harrell allowed
one run on three hits and four
strikeouts in two innings.
Quaid Van Huss started for
Farm Bureau and pitched an
inning, allowing two runs on four
hits. Trenton Charles pitched the
rest of the way in relief,- allowing
seven runs on five hits, two
walks, and five strikeouts.
Farm Bureau jumped out to a
5-2 lead in the first inning, then
extended to 8-2 on a two-run
home run by Trent Charles in the
second inning.
Zaxby's scored five runs in the
top of the third, including a solo
home run by Harrell, to cut it to
8-7. A two-run double by Daffin
in the fourth gave Zaxby's the
lead at 9-8.
But Farm Bureau rallied to tie
the game in the bottom of the
fourth. Matthew Shouse singled
with one out, stole second, went
to third on an error, and scored on
an RBI groundout by Charles.
Van Huss added a single, but
Matthew Rivers struck out to end
the game due to time limit.

Several county

track athletes

head for state
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
Several Jackson County track
athletes qualified for state in
Friday's 'regional meet in
Jacksonville.
Graceville High School led the
way with 11 state qualifiers,
while Sneads had five, and
Cottondale had four.
In 2A competition, Marianna
High School had four state quali-
fiers. Both the 1A and 2A region-
al meets were on the same day
and at the same site, Bolles High
School.
The top four in each event
qualified for the state meet on
Friday (1A) and Saturday (2A) at
Winter Park High School.
Graceville's Mychea Williams
was the first to qualify, placing
third in the girls high jump with a
mark of 4 feet, 10 inches.
Williams also qualified in the
100-meter dash by finishing sec-
ond, with a time of 12.41 sec-
onds.
Brittany Smith gave the Tigers
a qualifier in the girls long jump
with a mark of 15 feet, 11.25
inches.
Sneads' Xavier Eutsay quali-
fied in the boys long jump, plac-
ing fourth with a mark of 21 feet,
4 inches.
Graceville's Kevin Potts took
third in the triple jump by leaping
43 feet, 1 inch.
Michael Cassidy gave the
Pirates another qualifier in two
separate events.
He won the discus throw (149
feet), and the shot put (49 feet,
10.5 inches).
Jessica McClendon and Kasey
Ward each qualified in the girls
shot put for Graceville, with
McClendon (36 feet, 9.25 inches)
winning, and Ward (34 feet, 9.25
inches) placing fourth.
Cottondale's Kinysa Paul qual-
ified in the girls 100-meter dash
with a time of 13.18 seconds.
She was also a part of the
Hornets 4x100 relay team that
qualified by placing second.
The team of Paul, Tagaria
Davis, Khadejah Ward and Shay
Wright finished with a time of
52.44 seconds, just .08 seconds
off of first.
In the boys 100-meter dash,
Sneads' Jeff Davis qualified by
placing second with a time of
11.21 seconds.
Davis also qualified in the 200-
meter dash, finishing third with a
time of 22.91 seconds.
In the boys 4x100 relay,
Graceville and Sneads took the


top two spots.
The Graceville team of Potts,
Jamal Miller, Chris Works and
Mykel Dates took first (42.98),
and the Pirates team of Davis,
Eutsay, Mark Lawson and
Delantre Keys took second
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'Dawgs win
at district
tourney



-2B


Tigers tamed


Graceville's Devin Cassidy hits a pitch during a district tour-
nament game against the Bozeman Bucks on Monday in
Bonifay. Bozeman won the game 14-7 to eliminate
Graceville. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


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2B " Wednesday, April 28, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


The Braves went down
in order in the top o'f the
fifth, with Marianna pick-
ing up two runs in the bot-
tom of the inning to take a
5-4 lead.
A single by Rooks got
things going, with
Johnson's single putting
runners on the comers.
An errant throw from the*
catcher plated Rooks and
moved Johnson to third.
Bigale sacrificed Johnson
home before consecutive
outs ended the inning.
Mader retired the side in
order in the top. of the sev-
enth inning, including two
strikeouts to end the game.
Mader ended the night
with 11 strikeouts, two
earned runs, two walks,'
and four hits.
The win advanced
Marianna to a semifinal
round rematch with the
Bay High Tornados on
Tuesday . night in
Pensacola.


more southpaw Michael
Mader to the mounrld.
Mader went the distance in
picking up the win.
Marianna drew first
blood in the bottom of the
first inning when Austin
Branch led off with a dou-
ble and scored on a double
by Clayte Rooks. After
Rooks advanced to third on
a passed ball, he scored on
a sacrifice by Colby
Johnson to make it 2-0.
Alex Bigale took advan-
tage of an infield error to
reach first safely, but a
double play ball by Zack
Smith ended the inning.
In the top of the second,
with one out, an error and a
double plated' the first
Walton run of the game.
Mader sat the next two
down swinging to end the
inning with no further
damage.
The Braves plated two
more runs in the top of the
third inning to take a 3-2
lead. A lead-off walk was
followed by two outs
before a single put runners
on the corners.
A throwing error plated
the first.run, with a double
bringing home the second.
A pair of errors led to
another run for the Braves
in the top of the fourth
inning to make it 4-1.
Marianna answered with
a run of their own in its
half. Zack Smith singled to
get things started but was
out on a fielder's choice by
O'Heamrn. With two outs,
Chris Godwin singled, fol-
lowed by Middleton reach-
ing on an error that scored
O'Hearn.
A ground out to second
ended the short-lived rally.


Marianna's Michael Mader gets set to deliver a pitch
during a game earlier this season in Marianna. -
Floridan File Photo


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT

The Marianna High
School Bulldogs baseball
team survived the first
round of the district tourna-
ment Monday night with a


5-4 win over the Walton
Braves.
The game was held at
Bulldog Stadium and had
supportive and boisterous
fans from both sides cheer-
ing on their teams.
The 'Dawgs sent sopho-


Patterson was also a part
� of the Bulldogs 4x100
relay team, which placed
fourth with a time of 49.65
seconds.
Christina Wynn, Derrika
Fitzpatrick and Tatiana
Hall rounded out the team.


Rasheed Campbell and
Damieyon Miller took
fourth place (3:39.27).
Marianna's * Treshae
Patterson qualified in the
girls long jump,, finishing
fourth with a mark of 17
feet.


(43.26).
Shakera Beauchum took
fourth in the girls 400-
meter dash for Graceville
(1:03.43).
Potts won the boys 400-
meter dash for the Tigers,
with a time of 50.2 sec-
onds.
Graceville's 4x400 relay
team of Potts, Miller,









Chipola Baseball
The Chipola Indians
conclude their series
with Northwest Florida
State today in Niceville
at 5 p.m.

Chipola Softball
The Chipola Lady
Indians will begin play in
the FCCAA Gulf District
Tournament on Friday in
Auburndale against
South Florida at 2 p.m.
Win or lose, they'll
play again Friday at 7
p.m. The tournament will
run through Sunday.

FSU Scholarship
Golf Tournament
The 2010 Panhandle
Seminole Club's Annual
Scholarship Golf
Tournament will be held
April 30 at the Indian
Springs Golf Club in
Marianna.
This tournament,
along with another fund-
raiser, has helped pro-
vide $20,000 over the
past five years to deserv-
ing local students and
help further their educa-
tion. Registration and
warm-up will begin at 12
p.m. with the shotgun
start at 1 p.m. for this
four-man scramble
event. Cash prizes will
be awarded to the first,
second, and third place
teams. Additional' prizes
will be given for longest
drive, straightest drive,
closest to the pin, and so
on. The greens fee is
$65.
For more information,
contact: Roy Baker at
850-526-4005 or 209-
1326, George Sweeney
at 850-482-5526, or
Indian Springs Golf
Club/Charlene Beebe at
850-482-8787.

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


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Even if something you're present-
ly negotiating looks like it is close
to reaching a final agreement,
don't sign the deal until all the
facts have been verified and
things are actually a fait accompli.
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thing that you really haven't. The
truth will have a way of wiggling
to the surface to bite you.
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new leaf.
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on your part doesn't cause you to
reason unsoundly today. Forgo
any temptations to hurry things
along by making quick changes to
something good you have going.
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Take the necessary time to sort
your plans out in a more concise
order, even the immediate ons,
instead of attempting to blindly
proceed forward, taking on what-
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your chickens before they are
hatched. There is a strong possi-
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than you anticipated.
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endeavors that have proven to be
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to false hopes about things that
probably will never happen. Let
go without regrets. .
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notions are good, but truer
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intellectual level. Make your eval-
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hunches.
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become part of a new group, but
before you totally commit your-
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the other members far better than
you do at the moment.
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ing and even unwise. To save
yourself any chagrin or difficulty,
wait until the eagle has landed
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you're dealing with something
important. Periodically make a
spot-check to be sure everything
and everyone is heading in the
same direction.
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Regardless of how badly you
want something, try to avoid
deficit spending at this point in
time. Thinking you'll have the
funds later on is optimistic but
not necessarily realistic.
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HERMAN BY JIM UNGER


"I'll pass on the top letter
and come back to it."


Dear Annie: For more than 20 years, I had
a best friend, "James," who loved me very
'much. We did everything together and chatted
online frequently. One day, everything stopped.
I didn't see him online as usual. After three
days, I grew worried and contacted some mutu-
al friends. A week later, he sent me an explo-
sive, arigry e-mail, blaming me for "destroying
his life." He listed some specific accusations
that made little sense. I became so
upset that I canceled some of our
scheduled engagements.
A few months later, James had Is
two "mild" strokes, and I.realized
the change in his personality was
undoubtedly the result of a previ-
ous stroke that had gone unrecog-
nized. If anyone had known, he might
have been medically helped and his per-
sonality saved. Meanwhile, his anger at me
has never abated. I made every attempt to
resolve our differences, but a few days ago, he
sent,another weird e-mail saying he never
wanted to be my friend again. I lost my best
friend to a stroke and found a bitter and unfor-
giving stranger attacking me. It hurt so much to
block his e-mails that I am getting counseling.
Please make sure your readers realize that if
someone's personality changes suddenly, there
could be a serious reason. I never had a chance
to say goodbye to my friend. I hope no one else
loses what I did. - Victim of a Stroke
Dear Victim: Thank you for bringing this to
our attention. According to the American
Stroke Association (strokeassociation.org),
these are the symptoms of a stroke:


BRIDGE

George Henry Lewes, an English philosopher and critic who
died in 1878, said, "We must never assume that which is inca-
pable of proof."
At the bridge table, we make assun)ptions. The accuracy of
these is not really proven by the actual deal, because a play
that is theoretically best might not work on any given deal.
In this example, how should South plan the play in three
no-trump after West leads the spade three?
When East opened one spade, South hoped East would end
in one spade doubled. But North did not have a suitable hand
for a balancing takeout double, being too short in hearts, the
unbid major. After North overcalled two diamonds, South
jumped to three no-trump, silently gnashing his teeth.
In thqse situations; if you are really unlucky, it will turn out
that one spade would have failed by two or three tricks and that
three no-trump cannot make. Declarer took East's spade king
with his ace and immediately played off dummy's three top dia-
monds. However, when they did not divide 3-3, he could not
make his contract. He had eight tricks and eight tricks only.
South should have seen that there were two ways to make
his contract: diamonds 3-3 or clubs 3-3. After winning the first
trick, declarer should have played three rounds of clubs. When
they prove to be 3-3, he has nine tricks via two spades, one
heart, three diamonds and three clubs. And if clubs aren't 3-3,
diamonds might prove to be.
Copyright 2010, United Feature Syndicate


- Sudden numbness or weakness of the
face, arm or leg, especially on one side of the
body.
. - Sudden confusion, trouble speaking or
understanding.
- Sudden trouble seeing in one or both
eyes.
S Sudden trouble walking, dizziness, loss
of balance or coordination
- Sudden severe headache with no
known cause.
S To help identify a stroke in others,
S there is also the Cincinnati Prehospital
Stroke Scale, better known as FAST:
- FACE: Ask the person to smile.
Does one side of the face droop?
- 'ARMS: Ask the person to raise
both arms. Does one arm drift down-
ward?
- SPEECH: Ask the person to repeat a sim-
ple sentence. Are the words slurred? Can he or
she repeat the sentence correctly?
- TIME: If the, person shows any of these
symptoms, time is important. Call 911 or get to
the hospital fast.
Annie's Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell
and Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann
Landers column. Please e-mail your questions
to anniesmailbox@comcast.net, or write to:
Annie's Mailbox, c/o Creators Syndicate, 5777
W Century Blvd., Ste. 700, Los Angeles, CA
90045. To find out more about Annie's Mailbox
and read features by other Creators Syndicate
writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators
Syndicate Web page at www. creators. corn.
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CHAPARRAL 2003 180 , Concord Co.achmjn
BR, 2BA SF, 4.3 mercury in - C 2 GuH Stream 2006 '05 Motorr Hc.me. 23'
STOWNHOUSES board 210 hp, 156 hrs Cavalier 32 ft "Prk long 2700mi. Take
Chipoa Rive alum. trailer/garage .- .l r Irltrailer. Over paymens850-
Townhouses keptnever on salt ue bed inrfront, '93-Iut
850-482-1050 water. $9,500., L bunk beds In rear,
CareerSeer 303-919-9240 a..', neat. Very clean.
realestate C Sailboat t a 00 0 Master LE Monaco '03 Dynasty,
dutareere general ide ale Bowrider w/ mag el eng., Very low hrs COPPERCANYONBY 32ft. 3-slides 2-A/C, Sabre b Palamino sis 8 gas eng lent condition garag-
board tower.350mag less than250. Roller KEYSTONE 2 s. 5.5 K Generator, abre by Palamino sis 8.1 gas engine,
Looking for mature, 300hp, like new, furling, bimin, head, bright & space g.lvg loadednosmokeft 5thwheel 22k mi no smk, 7kw pets, no smok-
healthy female to live PT Farm/Ranch $28,000. 334-470-8454 micro fridge. Good area built n cabin oets Ec Cond camper 3 sides n. s, SAT, 21 2 ng a must to see
n wth elderly wo- handReliable Crownline 07 240L cond. Doked @ Snug nets, TV & built in $34900347144001 manyextrasclean C,autoleveling, R
an who is ill. Must Transportation! Must 350 ma 300HP mnt Harbor slip B-6. 334- radio & DVD sacrifice @ $29k 850- cam. Roadmaster
have 3 references be dependable cond 20 hr warr tll673-0330.5,000. w/surround sound, 5 7q _75owbrake system, Monoco Knight'06,
and a background 850-482-3557 hrs. warr. Jeep Wrangler Save $25K or more.
check. Call 850-663- 2013, see at H20 g. Bd/rm, king bed Sportsman R Unmited, 41k mi, Diesel, 4 slides, 4300
2343 Please leave ealth Sports334-699-7433. w. storage, db clos- Trvel Tr r 6' Auto air,6cyl $75k mi, many upgrades
name & phone num- HealtCare ish H k 1 ets, but in chest Gas. Elec. appl. I w sleep. $60k without $159,700. 850-866-
ber. Calls will be re- /Timbe r fo Haw 1 drawers priv. bath, slide out,quee-, bed. eep. both in great 2774
ning needed.Drug/alcohoahW sink dinettes, super 4BO 3-716-8.44 hnealth.d850-352-2810
turned in the eve- Live-in Caregiver Real Estate for Sale 115 Mercury out- w/ stool, shower & Exc. Cond. $19,5l0 c.:nd. selling due to
ning. needed.Drug/alcohol board motor with nice29,50033480 COACHMEN 00 OBO850-352 Point Fe Damon
free. No adPets! Room trailer, 2 fish finders, Seacraft, '89 20ft 4906 or 334-792-0010 Prospera 5th WH, or718-8863 Daybreak '05 32'
Lost 1 Board+ Salary. Houston Co. trolling motor, ac- Center Console, boat, 36.5', washer/dryer, Motorhome 15,507Mi.
S1 34+ac. planted cess ladder, Bemini, motor & trailer, 95 6500 Onon Gen. Fleetwd. Bdr 07' 3- Has 12' slide-out,tow
or 850-557-7332 pines, deer,turkey AM/FM radio, on 225HP Johnson Mtr,- 5th Wheel,'06 36 ft. $17,500: Husky 25 K YOUR AD sid, loaded CH/A pckg, 5.5 KW Gen.
-LOST: Aircraft log w/ rd. frontage.N board charge, cover, Dual Axle Tr. w/ MontegoBay,4 Hitch $750 334-855- COULD fbp, wk.horse,8.1 Fullyloadedxtra
books for Sikorsky Insurance of Webb. 792-0171 very well kept inder brakeswh., runs slides & Dodge Ram 1241 BEHERE! gas, 5,900 mi. $100k clean asking $45K
S-39 N-50V. shelter. $14,000. 334- well, very clean, '07 3500 Diesel OBO 334-898-1201 334-687-3171
REWARD! Contact u r Somes with Acreage 685-7319 Great cond. $5,900. dually. Tow package Fifthwheel '90 King
Airport Manager Reptomer Insuervice Fisher 07'1600 A 334-791-4891. & Reese Hitch Of The Road. Very
Airport Mariannager Repn for In n minum Bass Boat 40 Columbia, AL Asking $74,300. Clean. Good Cond. 1
Maanna Agency. FT, 1-2 2/2 on 4.3 acres, tr334-655-1100. Slide. 31' Long. $6K In
Municipal Airport years exp. good 2993 Old U.S. Rd. Mercury 4 stroke, Seado RXP05, Jet Ashford812-599-3017
850-482-2281 computer skills. Mar.garage, 2 walk- low hours, loaded Sado RXP'05, Jet Ashford 812-599-3017
Reply to Blind Box in-closets, porches, like new, 7,900. 334-clean life jacket& Fouwinds 94 camp
LOST: Military Dog 967 c/o JC Floridan 4" well, $119,500 714-5860 cover incl. $5500 850- M USTer, 24 foot, perfectamp
covericl. $5500 850-M er, 24 foot, perfect
Tags in Marianna. PO Box 520, 850-482-5334 Gator Weld 06' 14 ft. 527-4455 o condition, kept under
REWARD! 850-593- Marianna, FL. 32447 alum boat 4hpREDUCED 03 Amer shelter. $5995 CASH.
6558 Waterfront tohatsu motor, trol- Stratos'99 273 can Star 36' 5th 334-794-4954
n s er, like new gar, kept. Johnson 150HP, Bdrms, large water, Mallard '06 30ft, fully The
Sresdentlalforre at $7,995 334-699-2503 $6500. 334-596-1694 sewer & gas tanks, selfcontained, supr The Dothan Eagleis looking for
ii t Waterfront property $17,000 OBO. slide. $9,000. 334- single ci
-A happy young (in onCrystal Lake.For Javelin 9817'Bass Supra '90 TS6M (850)579-5183 687-4503 ingle copy carriers for the following areas:
her 30's) married info call 850-258-8684 Boat Dual Console comp, ski/wake brd,
couple seeks to 850-482-8425 115 HP Johnson. ret shape. 520 hrs, Cottondale Village Apartments
adopt. Will be full Garage Kept $5900, $6700 OBO 334-796- 4052 Old Cottondale Rd. Marianna, FL
'time mom and devot- 334-596-1694 3424. REDUCED! Old Cottondale Rd. Marianna, FL
ed dad. Financial manufacture 32448 850-526-402, TDD Y 711
Security/Expenses __I_ _ _ _ Javelin -'99 19' Rene- viking Airboat 14 ft Accepting applications for 1,2 & 3 BR
,paid. Jessica & Pat- Apartments- gade F/S bimini mode w/a 300HP Apartments. Rental assistance. We pay
rick 1-888- 21-2381 Furnished top,cover,exc cond, Lycomb engine w. water, sewer, & trash service.
urnIsarage kept 175hp9 trailer. $15,000. 334- Equal Housing OpportunityAbe8538a
erhdise Edgewood Apts.1 BR95334-726-909. The New Marianna Gardens Apartments
duplex apts. Free ProCraft 95'20 ft.
Sulex ap Fre Tournament 9Bass Watkins '79 27 ft The New Marianna Gardens Apartments
cale/laundry/H20/ Boat 95 Johnson 115 10' beam, 3'8"draft, Immediate occupancy on 3 BR Early morning hours * Automobile insurance required
garb/sewage 850- T&T drive on trailer 3500 ballace, 8HP apartments with subsidy available.
592-4793. Mobile Homes/ ded 5,500.334 Yanmor. $8,500. 334- 3070 Carters Mill Road Good customer service skills * Dependable transportation
Apartments- Lots for Rent 797-8232 897-2167/733-0020 Marianna, FL32446
Aam t- t850-482-5358, TDD/TTY 711
Unfurnished Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. Equal Housing Opportunity
Spacious RV lot avail. Center counsel, 225
h20/elec/trash incl. Johnson outboard.
1/1 apt for rent in $265. mo, wkly rates $4500. in electronics.
Miscellaneous Marianna. Call for avail. 5 mi's S. of RCC Sale $7,000. 334-235-
for Sale details 850-209-8759 off 231.334-718-7576 2995
2 hborhood C iA in nice Chipola Nursing Pavilion and
BF Goodri ch Tires 850-482-5134 Retirement Center, Marianna, FL
LIKE NEW! is seeing qualified irri hdu. ls tt: Io0ri
Size 305/65 R17 WELCOME HOME our c.,mpas~,.. i.a.-re d carinrg reTam. W.-
on nice aluminum WILLOWBEND h. r, t - r.llti cin :p-n p-i-tion
Iweels. 8 Lug. APARTMENTS Assistant Director of Nursing
off 3/4 ton Chevy 850-593-5137 if Irto.reste,. Plese ap lv in pr .r, ."-"
$950.00 Have &2BR Apts. 4294 3rd Ave.. Mar anlr.i . FrL or
(334) 798-0674 Rent starting at $481. ArngEla Ecirift sld ai 50E6.26i 9,
This Institution is an
Equal Opportunity ATVs Nig10' Ficus Tree- in Pot Blooming Amaryllis FIG Trees,1 gal.$10, 3 Lighted Corner Curio Queen sz bed, cherry
pets &animals Provde and ight Time Dispatcher $20 (850)592-2507 in 1 gal. pots, many gal.$15 850-592-8769 Cabinet, oak finish Head/food boards,
Emplpr TDDovi Contract position, located in our varieties $8/ea 850- $75 850-593- rails. $75 850-693-
Employer TDD#I 1 4 Wheeler 06 Yamaha Graceville office. Monday thru Friday, 12" Compound miter 592-8769 Fridge 4 years old. 5702/272-7129 4189
Raptor 700- w/Xtras 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm, will work every 3rd saw $200. 850-663- $150. OBO 850-693-
Low hours. Very weekend and some holidays. Good clerical 9850/5289029 Bunk bed w/futton 0736 Maggie Sottero Radio Flyer- Deluxe
good cond. (334) 791- and computer skills necessary. bottom $125 OBO Gown, size 12, Steer & Stroll Trike
Beach Rentals 81914000 OBO Send Resume to West Florida Electric 12" compound miter 850-209-0096 rigdre /cewie, bronze/pacificblue $25 (850)482-5434
o Honda '07 CRF80 Cooperative, ATTN: Personnel saw $200, Table saw Cedar logs, already $275 850-693-4189 $200850-209-5786 Solid Oak coffee ta-
n 0 rs, Department, P.O. Box 127, Graceville, FL $50 850-663- cut to 9', $300850- Magnifloperform ble w/drawers &
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Your pet deserves a lov- Mexico Beach, 1 blk enclose PLACE & EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER surface stove, white ancemuer 50 850-482-3390
ing, caring home. An ad from beach. Call for trailer$1500new 15" Pleasure Sadie Childs outdoor play- $125 850-693-4189 OBO 850-209-0096
cDnd. 850-447-2859 $250 850-482 SOLID OAK DRESSER-
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whowillsellyouranimalfor On Gulf w/2 car gar. 4-Wheeler4X4 FLATBED DRIVERS 850-482-3390 -2507 LIKE NEW $135
research or breeding pur. Enjoy the Sand in Good cond. $2000 Childs Toy Plastic (850)592-2507 SOUD OAK DRESSER-
poses. Please scrnre.r PCB! o trade for boater 10 850-573- Germicial amp13W 8 DRAWERS
podents carefully wen PCB! 334-7902115 otorcy 7 80 EXCELLENT PAY/BENEFITS 2 Bedroom furniture Vanity,$10 850-573- Germicidal lamp 3Wount, Money saver dryer W RROR$300
motorcycle 71-9380 **HOME MOST WEEKENDS sets $75 / $250 6296/482-3853 120V. duct Mount, Money saver dryer, W/MIRROR $300
"" HousesNew, $60 850-482- large cap., gas pow- (850)592-2507
givingan animal away. ousesUnfurished BKawasakiK tu 80 Dirt 850-663-9850/258- Conair Foot Spa- Like 7933 er, exc., condo , 200
ike, tuned, really REQUIREMENTS: CLASS A CDL 9029 New $10 (850)592- OBO 850-693-0736 SOUD OAK KING-
t 1BR A. B $30 fast, Good Cond., 1 YEAR TRACTOR/TRAILER EXPERIENCE 2507 GE stove- Good Mirrored Headboard
I cats IBReA At. $300 + $1300. 334-389-2816 CLEAN MVR 23 YEARS OLD 2 Entertainment cen- condition.$60 MOTORCYCLE W/frame $500
Sd. Sneads. 850-593- ters $50 / $250 850- couch- with 2 built-in (850)272-5259, RADIO- x $125 (850)592-2507
Free Kittens to good �6885 _ 9 Boats CALL 1-800-844-6458 EXT 130 663-9850/528-9029 recliners $100 (850)592-2507
home. 850-526-5949 Lg 1/1 on Hwy 90OR COMPLETE QUESTIONNAIRE (850)272-5259 Headboard- queen Square Dance
Freecarporttoovinghome, & uty www.billybarnes.net 2 Rocker/recliners, raftsman-comm size. Oak. $95. valdining table $35 Peticoat, i z fitsall,
liter trained kittens. room $450/mo 850- - ,r,-n r 5. plush Catsman- commer- (850)272-5259 850-593-5702/272- $20850-526-3426
S850-482- 5880/850-s. 482-6600 gr;e, i n00B 850- cial grade 10 tableY
80-482- 8808 50 482-660. Id saw with stand $500 Hoosier Cabinet 7129 Stroller for 2, Navy,
303-9727 _ _ Marianna n ^ Institultion/Food SelrViC-e -- (850)663-8811 w/metal flour sifter stuffed new cond.$55 850-
303-9727Free to loving home. 1BA 1 BRnna Pets Ok titution/Food Service ougar drawer $275 overstuffed Sofa 526-3426
Free to loving home New Listirg k ' ." . V 6 ft SI'mrne Christ- DK BROWN KITCHEN- 850272-8967 good cond. $50 OBO 526426
liter trained kitten A 1 m; ; mas tr $5 850- TABLE Folding sides 850-482-3390 Swivel rocker/reclin-
S850-482- 5 /e Home; Big ktesH'm g 593 5702 2;2-7129 2 chairs $100 Infant swing, new er, tan, large size,
303-9727 - Yard.; Nice Location 199 Randall Craft Vacanc(850)592-2507 cond. $25 850-526- Pine tongue & groove new cond. 75 850-
303-9727 (954)707-1410 Ivonne Fr Vacancy -piece Aiquewick- 3426 boards4X10.$150 for 526-3426
'NiWesrthin Mariann j I r: erWi tu urr,-u set $400 double bed- with 55 pieces. 850-693-
S Dogs -I Nicest in Mariannarr Hourly Salary Range 00 cel on JnnyndCrib 5-693- Toddler Carseats,
area, nearly new 2 BR b-,5i. r-,)8/ Hourly Salary Range )8/258- frame. Excellent con- Jinny Lind Crib, in 0736 Toddler CarSeats,
Homes $525 w/ease trollingmotor, new $24.86 - $28.98 9029 edition $150 (850)272- box, w/new mattress tan & navy plaid,
3 male Chihuhuas, 805268367 carpet 2 swivel/ 5259 $75 850-526-3426 Porcelain light clean $20/ea 850-
8wks'old, shots & telescoping fishing Shift work. Audiovox Cruisesing Bench-Like Kitchen cupboard 100 526-3426
wormed $150/ea Mobile Hseats & 2 cruising Control- fits most Dessing Bend Csh 850-605-6269 Twin headboard, lite
'850-722-6220 Monbomes seats, new Marine Federal Law Enforcement Retirement any car, new in box, New Padded Cush- 13Dx16Wx48T $ r e e in headboard, 850
850-7 0 forRent battery. Exc. Cond. $75850-569-2194 ion $70 (850)592-2507 standing; $70 Primitive kitchen pine wood, $20 850-
for Rent battery. Exc. Cond. $75 850-569-2194 a 850)592-2507 hutch, white, $125 573-6296/482-3853
AKC Registered $2,300. Call 464-8514 Thrift Savings Plan And Eddie Bauer Car Seat 850-5(850)922507 hutch, white, $125 573-6296/482-3853
h Rgis be Baby changing table $30 OBO, Car seat Large portable dog 850-526-3426 whirlpool fridge-
Chocolate Labra- 2/1 in Alford,elec. 2000 Bayliner Trophy Com rehensive Medical Benefits Plan. B BO 850-209- hagngOBO850- carrier $40 850-4r82- PromoDresses- Two hi $150

0686 $375 850- 579- trailer, depth finder Baby crib w/ Electronic Keyboard Large wrought iron size 18. $50 each. Whirlpool- super ca
4622/209-1664 and GPS. All mainte- o 5 mattress,white met- $40 850-526-3474 bird cage $50 850- (850)663-8811pacity washer/dryer
BoReg. 334-8-2pups 2 & 3 BR in C'dale, no nance up to date, in a, grt cond. $75 850- Emerson 6639850/2589029 mevening(85)663-8811
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puppies, ready to go. 2 & 3BR MH C'dale. Bsto 850-272-8967 Ergonomic Desk 4193call Joe 9ueen hide-a-bed,
850-850-579- $500&up H20/garb/ 2008 Boston Whaler Chair- Black Uphol- Lg entertainment like new mattress, Wooden Rocking
4864/579-4615 sewer incl. http:// 190 Montauk w/ Bassinet $50 OBO, stered $12 (850)592- center $10 850-482- $300 OBO 850-482- Horse Toy Box $60
www.charloscountry Mercury Verado 135 850-209-8309 2507 3390 3390 850-272-8967
Free Pitbull mix pup- living, com. 850-258- HP Four Stroke,
*pies. Call Mike 850- 4868/209-8847 w/fishing, cushion & Wrl
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31804 2 or 3BR MH in packages, lighted
Grnwd ,$400-$435 live well, stereo w/
farmers market water/ sewer/garb CD player, "bimini"
lawncare incl. 850- sun top w/ boot,
569-1015 swim platform w/
2 MH. c . ladder, full boat cov - Tuesdays
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MotorHAomes/RVs uoobi uomobiles Motorcycles torcycles SportUtility Vehicles Traiers-Tracto TrucksHeavy
forSale � forSale must be received by
Phaeton, 07'40ft.4 Mojo Motor Scooter Legal Notc pm.onMa y
slide-outs, 15K mi. CADILLAC '06DTS | PONTIAC 1965 15,20 m0 5 8 001 th
350 CAT diesel, Exc. cond., leather Tempest 4 door LF14934 Town Hall, attention
Allison 6s. 7.5 diesel seats, 4dr, beige int. with 326 engine, Red Kawasaki 09' Ms. Silvestra Tharp,
r. frig w/ITown. Clerk.The
gen 4 r. frig / fully loaded. $12,900. Runs great! Good Ninja Like New 250R ADVERTISEMENT Town Clerk. The
icemaker, W/D in 334-701-1836 condition. 3000, w/jacket 3,500. mi. FORBID mailing address is
rear & side cameras, 334-797-5285 Harley Davson2000 $3,995.334-692-3211 Chevy 05 Tahoe, New 09 16ft Trailer. Ford'06 F 50,Diesel, O x 128, Alford,
Home theater ss 1200 Sportster, 5,400 Leave Mess49,100 mi, leather, used once, 7000 4WD, clean, 50k mi, Jackson County FL 32420.
Leather euro recliner, miles ,lburPriSuc ho'srter5,0 av s
detheesk, r n e, a Ir u r iles, burundy , Suzuki 08 GZ250, new tires,ower, GVWR, 2 axels, pd gooseneck hitch, o iextendi
Letedesk,eOKingrrbed,lrmi'lihght nlue, wvindshield, dsaide with extended very nice. $18,995 $1935 asking $1600 $25k, 850-569-2262 an invitation tomanie Town of Alford
Brake-Buddy for tow o2 a s, crash bar, warranty 0. White 850-579-4694 850-569-2262 Ford '07 F10 XLT t mit a i reseean
car. Garage stored. Ford'07 F150 XLT to submit a bid to 0
Many other options. Cio . 5334-390-0220 334 0701 vy ahasupercrew, L, perform all work as- proposals, to waive
$160,000. oTdillacn'99 DeVi - 3 - limited edition, all ans flex fuel, dark blue sociated with an as- any informalities or
334-797-3617. W . A iiust i e'9 A i Harley Davidson '87 power, 141K miles. w/ bed cover, 144K bestos abatement irregularities in the
3347973617. New tires, 78K miles FXR Superglide, Cus- $5300 OBO 334-618- 1978 Chevy Step Van, mi, pwr, CC, $14,500 project at Marianna proposal process and
Scenic Cruiser 37 ft. 334-793-7663 tom pait,lots of 7381/334-702-494 does not run, $500. 334-714-6999 middle School and to award the
by Gulf Stream 99' Cchr ome, $9500 850- 6 on NEG. 334-347-0619 Rivrside Eementa contracts) in the
Immaculate cond. Che '03 Caviler 260-1666 - FORD '07 F350, 5.9 L School. The wor best interest of the
loaded,w/ options wrecked $350. Good lack36KRearAir Chrysler '95 Voyager, DSLCrewCab50K ' shall consist of the town.
must see comes drive train, NOT TOYOTA 08 Ya Harley Davidson '96 3rd Row Seat, Leath- V6, auto, seats 8 miles, $29,500 334 removal asbestos
with '07eeDothan DRIVABLE 334-677- 10K M. under war- Fatboy,red & white, er$22K Neg. Like power, am/fm cass. 695-7769695-7770 containing materials ngs- nts
$58,500 334-803-3397 7748e ranty, great gas mile- 13K miles, great New 334-718-0087 new tires, NOW in designated areas.
Sage. loaded $10.500 shape. $8.500. uz M ZS GMC '00 Jimmy. $1975 080 850-592-
TIOGA '04 Motor - 00 134-77532 334.899-121 ver& Black, .5K great cond., 14200 2832 Bids shall be re- 4941
7293 miles 4KW Onan dition, windshield, ask for Tom TrucksHeavy Duty County District PUBLIC HEARING
Gen., very clean detachable saddle School office in Ma- PUBLIC HEARING
$31,000 334-687-9663e GMC0Jimmy.PW
$31,000 334-687-9663 bags. S4,000 FIRM PL. AC, VGry good 2006 Jeep Wrangler d'07 Ranger rianna, Florida until NOTICE IS HEREBY
l I ) ' (334)585-65" condition, $3700 OBO white, less than 20 automatic, V-6 1 PM 'a l
SRV Accessories 0CHE G B T Js t
essories CHEVY '04 850-2725259 m e ,s must 30 is- on May 10, 2010. SON COUNTY PLAN-
CORVETTEe se $15,000. tExcellent, $9800. NING COMMISSION
TOW DOLLY Silver. 32K mis. u Harley Sporrster 06' Jeep '03 Wrangler X. 98 The bids shall be OFITS TENT
TOWHeavy duty. OOS Stere. re. Orange 120R. Vance 6 cylinder. 5Sspeer. 4 Call 334-393-2259 334-790-7959 opened at 100 P.M. OF ITNDUCT AINTE PUBLNT TO
steerable mcvabie lo. garage Tota 0 .& Hires Short Shots. wheel drive. black. Chevy 04' Silverado FORD '07 Sports Trac, and read aloud. HRING TO REVIEW
$800.kept, $24,500 OBO oyry raded line,900 so top Runs great ext. cab LT leather V-6 fully loaded, THEFOLLOWING AND
7014243 33-695-3801 Commuter car mi $7,200.794-8037 C, AM.FM. CD. 32" heated seats, loaded $20,500 OB 229-861- timeof the bidbpen OTHER B NE
3347014243 334-695-3801 21,000 miles. Still u11,300. 334 2714, 229-30-1890 ing
Chevy'71 El Camino, der warranty $16,900. HD '97, Fatboy, Pew- Triumph (Daytona miles, ver goo 1 1100334- 2 , 20 cepted.
SRVs/Campers 350 Engine, $7500 334-726-2972 ter & Black, lwered Tpe) 955 Fi/ST Sport condition.$8,900 237-1039 Henryobb e Jkon Cou
Wanted 850- 5943282 Volkswagen '06 Bee garage kept.12k Bike, carbon exh w 913-660-4500 CHEVY '04 silverado, un U 1 rw i' and bspe- will consider:
'08 300 tie, uto, diesel, 42K Must see. $11k 00 tires, brakes, 334- othan fully loaded, Red, 44Kains
HRYSLER0 30 tie tod e,4K C'dale 850-352-4342 693-9390 or 701-5588 l miles, $11,000 334- tained at the manda- Old Business:
Signature Series, va- m;les. 40PG. d- JEEP 1987 Wrangler11000 tory Pre-bid meeting 1. Continued/tabled
nia, navigation, like ed. $16.00 334 897-l 4x4, ac. ps. ac. at. 687-6390 FORD '08FZ0 t oryMaPre-and frContinued/tabled
new, asking pay-off 4 or 33467216553, 2010 and
$1new, asking pay-off 4 49; or 334 672655 new engine, trans Chevy '07 Z-71, crew miles 4 door auto- from Jackson Coun from April 19, 2010,
$16,700. 334-470-8454 VW ' s red t hard to 72- cab, oversize tires. matic transmission, District School 0- dft EAR Bse
Corvette 02'Conver- Beete Bug 0 /792-8827. 5800. Camo trim. Exhaust. Like New condition, fice. Amendments - ck-
tible auto, 405 HP 'nvrt3ble Amendments - Jack-
2tible auto, 405 HP Lvera.ble aut. Jeep '88 Wrangler lots of extras 77K mi. BLUE exterior, TAN sn Cn Cm
12-CD changer w/ 'Leather 55.K mi. New Body Work. Hulk Call Brady 334-405- interior, 4WD, ABS, QUALIFICATIONS OF hensive lanty Compre-
Conquest u5' 29. Bosesound sytsem. - $13,70. 33461-19Honda 'e Rfle Green. Auto. Scyl. 9027 a/c, alloys, am/fm, BIDDERS enve an it
sleeps 8, lots of ex- 58K mi. Black w/ 2.5'I;ft. New Tires CD, cruise, driver
tras 11K m take k VW '6 P at. .Id-Sa 5c:,oer marc.n.. Rim 60 Oe CD Bidders shall be Con- the BOCC to transmit
slides, king bed 334-347-0414bu S. 4.tr .29. 7 Chevy'67 CO $1200 airbag, leathert, Bidders shall be Con-t
798e4462 Warramentys 3 $18,000.334-299-3739 satalite radio, new mpg, mph $2000. Yamaha 04 VkStar 334-726-2186 0 Or consider passenger airbag, PL, tractors who are nor- Community Affairs



78-442 0 Motorcycles 3r34441 334 -22-48
tires,Corvette new inside 2- -1100 Custom 6k PS, PW, sun roo ally engaged in asbestos
movUinga n atsun'78280Z2+2, w ed 5000 miles. Vance Nissanxu '08 GX470 50KPathfinder tow2 334-79 4 A mandatory re-bid . y-at f an


05 work. $2h OBO 850- 6600oy . $12,9000. 4 HO '06 S w owne, garage kept. $ 0.34 -897-082 229-296-8171 auFto ta. Fest os in abatement c Ao Cuhent ER based
REDUCED Mntana & out. 119K, Honda '06 CRF100 w/LED's and Vane TOYOTA06 Four Chevy'91 Cherokee nt ed te mistration
slides, king bed, 334-347-0414 Exc. Cod. $1000 Hines exhau ed 3rd Row Seat, Nay factory 307, 3-sd, 67K w9)942-0667 ri k being aonsrdu ch
S c Firm. Headland 334-790-910 System $38000 original miles. Body FORD 1956 F-100 be licensed in the New Business:
5th Wheel 2 sides/2 500.334-791-2277. OBO 334-79041 -5025 Ask $2695 229-254-0077 rough. $2500. . Cruiser, Window, 351w Au- Stateof ForidaOn Hadi-Mart #10 p

850547 2 , 000 m 38 , nice driver or hot- b fro Fria (GD -00007) - A re-
o1 Corvettea'81c w wrod,34sp7set-up-avail censed asbestosR uest for an Alcohol-
Automtt 8 g Honda '06 CTX 1300 6 $7,500. 334-701-4243 Abatemenrit contrac- ic Beverage License
t spor on Automatic30 - ' Cruiser Le Ne tors will be consid- (2APS) at 4663 Hwy




'' (Silver) sell as is 420 M, 6600 OBO 8 YAMAHA '06 FORD 2005 Lariat ered. 90 in unincorporated
o. $ 5000. OBO 33406322 Roadstar 1700cc, $- F350 Dually, 4X4, Jackson Count y.
- 334-774-1915Honda 0' Ree oli d Black, Motorcycle. sunroof.19K ilehsne
Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, wiih;tew n.IIS- 'lsr& 5000omiles. Vance Nissan '07 Pathfinder CHVY9 $18,995.334-791-6514 A mandatory pre-bid 1. By-Laws for Plan-


r iginal owner, 5 o Fmeeting shall be held ning Commission-A
speed, fuel injected, '06 HD Dyna Wide $5adie bags 2600 m. Hines Exhaust Sys - SE, Black, Auto. 56K Flat Bed Dump Truck Ford 2009 King Ranch at 2:00 P.M. local

aee sFord i d, o e-FXDW. Bla. 4 helmets and mi. leather int, 3rd $5 ,5 or reasonable SDS F-250 6.4 L V8a
r ss e Likenew.custom, 6 334-714-1110 gel cushion. One row seat, Like new. offer 229-334-8520, Diesel. turbo 5 sp. e, is aln CouldIn thea
Swork. $2500 850- 6600 mi. $12900. 404- HONDA '06 Shadow, owner, garagekept. $16,000. 334-897-0582 229-296-8171 auto trans. Forest s et i r Jackson County Co-


Kbiiii work. $2500 OBf 8l fi. eoka-f sEl dandke n 5 prioom
4-Wheel Drive J 579- 2136 Iv msg 578-1482 jeff@ Candy Apple Red, 2.8 Like new. $8000. Green ext. Camel sh e inifron of o
(334)6777501 dor a mtic, 00 7077com iles, LIKE NEW, TOYOTA''06 Four Cheoo '91 Cherokee the Administration m e con actrd ato
Honda91For d '04 Crown V111,000 miles Dirt Bike 334- 18-5onda i L8332400 T grill bump Leather 06int. Loaded Building, Riverside ofd 4487 Lafayettera
- Frd10dCrwn55K 2007 Suzuki $5,300 229-334-8520 Runner SRS, 2wd, pickup, lift gate w/options. Family
UriaLX. loaded. Boulevard5CSRed 229-296-8171 YAMAHA'08 V-star 59,700 miles, white, d1500 850-352-4724 Elementary School, 2864 Madison Street,
Runs bt n eeds wo rk new tirives, $2995 . CRF70 Excellent Ca50,ll 334-685-06Burgundy, excellentcond.k Snapontread c asking for pay individual or busi- Stree t, Mariann
S dream. d$700 321- and black, 9k miles, Honda Magna 1 ice fu loaded 3,10 . Asking $45K r Marianna Marianna, Florida,
03ROAD USE ONLY.tar 35" Ron Ellis 714-006363 28. leatfor cruitem, sing, Runs Good, $2,500. Lowmiles Lkenew3347014243 $18,000. OB REDUC334-796-3130ED334-687-3171 Florida. on the 3rd of May,
03SWAMPER BOGGER 05 Civic stroke scooter, or- flow air f4 , Toyota '07 FJ Cruiser, BLoade 200 at 70
5th Wheel; 2 slides/2 saer 500. 334-791-2277. 334-790-5025 LS Beige 8300 FORD TW 15 Tractor $14500.334-7910646 of k to
Bdrms, large water, Ford 2000 x-edition34954FORJC-'87:F3
sewer & gas tanks, Black, Third Row 2009 Yi.amaha 4 Honda Dirt Bike amaw09 1300V 61K mles. $19,9 et T o man e perr e n ne de n n

























d lageE wate d Sv0 tcher0334- e7di-25t1i-774- 334-693- 4 ece l ln c ond io. Fn00 aer,01K Tr upckosedsn mpaurchasd RESULsTS!!l
quad batteries Seat, CD Changer only 1,150 miles. CRF o50R 04',.FMF'1 n 000 334-803-3577 0new A/C, 30f$ reach the right to waive
$4500334-93-9613 Bought new, barely Star touring bike,(334)790-8891 $3900 any irregularities and formation may con-
$20,000 OBO. B$rtr500334-393-9613 60 es exhaust. Lots of 2500 miles. $6,500.AT78CtoDI d ansraFnredttany r an
(850)579-5183 ___________________ broken in. Burnt or- extras $2000. 00 l 0 trecayr9vlp nDpt
S(8& condon. ceand b k wh 334-796-8174 TrWr llerb-Tractors e 3 1500 172Kn bids. Devel en Dep -
ghos $9lame3. 3- 334-897-0582 mll.LenAC, , ooa ment between 7:30













n HARLEY DAVIDSON Vulcan 27K miles, hard & mounted on tool bar. mi., Super Cre w Cab, TRD pkg400, crew F14936 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.PROPOSALS
02 Fatboy with lots 75015K Miles Runs ers/Mopeds 1999 254 AGMASTER $400. ood tires334 6917111 orx, LWB, 67K, toolbox, FOR Monday through Fri
Sof Chrome, Blackt , Great New Seat Cand Tractv- AC,.tilt, and cruise. 229-758-3146 or 24 wd with . 334798 1768 TOWN O$16,800. MOV ALFORD day at 4487 Lafayette
woman medium two implaments. REQUESTFOR Street Marianna,
Suomy helme for 05 Scooter, 9mpg, $2000.334-522-6709Dakota
extra. 334-790-6146 49cc Heavy Duty,i at a PROPOSALS Florida tor conta



























Leather . In.ne liad cab phon at 85 48- M
ooro 334-791-227 0Lik new, low miles, ummings/Oran Clean condo. F FORD '89 F10, 4wh
ord '65 T-Biro, aut Must see, $1200 OBO generator703 hrs. auto 3346933980 Auto, $4,900 or The Town of Aford 9637.




























steer -''9 En 320,g 176K 6, 0 ksA mto , 90 ore
390 4bbl, slide steel '92 Goldwing, 60kulcan 850-482-7739 85KW400amp, to a reasonable offer 229- requests proposals
Irne1 69K ie, 6995 miles, red, ex. paint
S6t lo miol ees, $6 ri D Drifter, garage kept, switch runs poultry 334-8520, 229-296-a
334-l, og, $7000 Ligt t greatwxtra Sport Utility Vehicles house $15 0s0. OT L 900 vJduals or businesses the Americans with
2008 5thwhee lKey- obo. 334-671-5051 or & runningvcond.s y ftrigragek
stone Laredo RL29. 334-797-5051 e7000 850-445-2915 1bagsr$00 poulry to purchase and re- Disabilities Act, per-
call Mike (334)791- house of Lubing nip- F ' L 9 m e potential use- sons needing a spe-
S0318.$24,500obo' Fod, ned aCan eterase 4 2005 gold/tan ford pie drinkers 334-726- Septic Truck, 5000 ful or valuable mate- cial accommodation
lke new, 1 slide l2200. 1-334-475-1723 ay Mastion, .0 . 334-750-623 ecpe 90000 miles 0978 or 334-795-6101 gallon capacity with ials from the build-
like new, i sl de OBO. 34-750-6Ki37 con-
b0oE e . xcla c. oubi. c inch Of niion w m o pump. 334- ings located at 1760ihh
FORD -'96Fik nan . V u D K, 60 m ,00 334-726-1655 xCustom l otor ycle -5718 Georgia St., Alford, tact the Planning
Green, 5 speed, 6cyl, trans. Vsp. DG Baker 650 les Trailer 4x8 led lhh Y FL 32420. The build- Secretary at Jackson


























Parts/Misc. 35MPG186n00* m s, V&H. BI T l60m Nles
234K miles, 70K on chrome p $2900. Call 334-790-er u 60 M Ford 96' F250 XLT ngs are scheduled to County Community
nneah, never used, num 4 barrel Y 2wd 8 ft. bed 460 CI 1 be demolished at a Development no later
OK, engineruns take a urd r 654 .m. hunter green, owner $5,50. firm later date and the than 5 days prior to
OK, body damage, Lots of extra bike o- 2007 Yukon SLT a y. $750.334-699-6711 Custom fiberglass EXTRA CLEAN!! 334- Town would like to the meeting. The
$695 OBO Iv msg cared in Troy AI. Fol.lyLa.
(334677-750198Esort cated in Troy Al. Fully Loaded hood 22" hood 793-3280 have the materials Planning Secretary
-74 door, automatic, $16 800 3334-850-7077 One Owner 80k miles Ferguson T020 52 tails r d p r to aat
,may be contacted at
Honda '91 Accord 111,000 miles, Dt i 0 o Priced at $24,000 new enie re ld, grill & bu s F ht Liner 06' exc. demo. Any qualified 4487yette
Runs but needs work newtires, $2995. CRF7 Excellent Call 334-685-0612 ceaed & c n i iii l i- Marianna, FL,
Asking $600 334-7907959 Condition $970.ned an Alum.tool box, 6" off, 334-618-9383 334- ness is encouraged 32448, (850) 4829637,
i$334-790-2669 H 4- A or - 7 97 Chevrolet ,5 turned too many lift kit 6" glass - 692-3115 Contract w/ to contact the Town or (800) 955-8771
grade-Kawasa 0 Avalanche LT, Super new partsuto list. 3 paitks, aium. racing Great Wide if qualify of Alford at 850-579- (TDD).
JEEP 1949 CJ2A V6, loaded, $200 Maer d nice, fully loaded. manuals included
Ch JEEP 1 F V lo, $200 Monster gedi- $ 0 Sr rims Lots of extrasei' 4684 foramlist of po- Readership
WILLYS JEEP. OFF down, $249/mo.Call FZSuzuki 50 79' col- tion. pipes, power $18500 Similar to 8 End Ford Mitsubishi 06 Raider tential materials to
ROADUS 14-224.$33000RonElUlis96US4002 6731ion.OpOiDusoCroerss,4A701 3 crw
ROAD USE ONLY.35" Ron Ellis 714-0028. lectors item, 1 cyl, 2 commander high $3000.REDUCED$450 D Duro Cross, Crew be removed.
SWAMPER BOGGER Honda'05 Civic, stroke scooter, or- flow air filter, ow Chevy04 Tahoe, 334-621-0059 Cab, V8,Loaded, 32K
ON ALUM RIMS. a9E2,7Kil e s, w itwe* ul eMIGets
ntON ALUM RIMS. Great ags saver, $300 ageexccond, miles. $9,700. LS, Beige, 83000 FORD TW 15 Tractor $14,500.334-791-0646 A scope of work to
HNT'N OR MUD down, $299/mo. Call sreet ega.$1295. 334-790-1852. PL, w/cab 140hp, exc. be perform and a
BOG. Like New odi- Steve Hatcher 334- 334-774-2521 334-774 7 mi
Sto ie Ne o SteveaHatcher3- 3. 773 a Radio/CD, tinted cond. 112,100. obo Ford '00 Ranger, 101K proposed purchase
BLACK interior, be includ-
$5,000 Headland Honda '06 Civic, Gray HARLEY Davidson '01 $14,000. 850-718- 334-701-1836 tires. $4400 . ed in the proposal.
(334)441-5580 4dr, csp, power Road King Police, 7040, 569-5774 334-693085 Respondents are re- Ca
73,500 ml., Good 16,500 miles. White, GREAT CONDITION idy4lit rw insect o quired to submit an
Aviation mileage & condition, clean & shop kept.i original and six cop-
9,900. 334-243-4166 $11,000. 334-774-3663Jeep '04 Wrangler, /duleboxes for red 4WD,Triton in a sealed
$9,9all034065- . 334 trail rated, less than two chemicals V8/59oL eng, 104,168 Toyoa or'06 Taoma loo p e maedT
Honda 09' Civic HARLEY DAVIDSON Kws '93 Vulcan 27K miles, had & mounted on tool bar. mi., Super Crew Cab, TR pkg, crew cab, SEALED PROPOSALS
Coupe EX, all power, '02 Fatboy with lots 750 15K Miles Runs soft tops, AM/FM CD, Good condition. $400. ood tires, tool box, LWB 67K toolbox,
moon roof, alloy of Chrome, Black, Great New Seat Cov- AC,.tilt, and cruise. 229-758-3146 or 229- $13,500. 334-894-1212 silver $16,800FOR MATERIALProposals a ifieds
wheels, black/gray $10,250 352-303-2713 er $1800718-6833 . 334-693-9009 400-5184 or 334-494-2823 334-803-3001
warr. 20K mi. Harley Davidson 02'
$14,900. OBO 334- Heritage Sofral ..~ (. d
449-1864 . Sprnger like new. to
Mooney 1962 M20C HIyundai '03 Tiburon many est. to list
Total Time: Engine & GT V6, 6 spd manual, 4.600 mi. $10.500.
Airframe 1949 IFR 1 owner, 102k miles, 334-235a.2995
CERT. Excellent 17" alloy wheels, Harley Daidsor, '03
trouble-free flying. vinyls, and body kit. Electra Glide, pearl
334-347-5480 $5,500. 334-790-6146. white. 100th annver-
sary edition. 16K
I HYUNDAI '08 Accent miles. lots of chrome
SAutoEngines/ Excellent condition, & e~tras. garage
Parts/Misc. 35MPG, 18600 miles, epnt. $11.000. 334-
5-spd transmission', 79211344
Original 1965 Mus $9500 (334)522-3803
original 1965 MusHarley Davldson 03'
tang car parts for infinity197J30 VROD. low mil. exc.
sale. 334-393-9669 142,000 miles. cord. $8.500. 334
$3,500., 334-687-7956 794-2665 or 334-805
Automobiles Misc. J EEP '06 Wrangler, 0810 I
sofDtop, 49K miles, 2
Mercedes 82380 door, auto, 4 wheel'
Mercedes 82'380sL drive. 13,000. 334- ServicesOBulldozingd I improvement Painting Recycling Roofing Self Storage
chalk brown 685-0846.
PWRS/B, windows, Jeep Cherokee Coun-
ant. auto, AC, up- try 97' 4x4 white, exc. Pini r r MARIAN A SMarianna

age rack, clean sWell 4,995. 080C 850-272- 1200 Roadster exc. Cleaala lInc. � Copper. Brass METAL c Sim te Conroaed
nomintained w/ re- - 0808 cond. 9000 mi. 334- GU~s Always A Sale... F � Aluminum Scrap
MERCEDES '97 E320, 176K miles, w Dump Truckw0 ite Natural Stone M Old Batteries, etc. ,Metal Roafing *Pay I Month- Get
117K actual miles, ext, tan interior. * Bmn Adhesives R oa
Slver/Bedi ge exel- $4495. 334-435-0786 I KN Grout s '* .Custom Trim 2nd Month FREE
lent condition $7,000 Lincoln '07 MKZ, 'Demolition ,ASales & Installation , NI.a Hewets Mrlna FL 349 m Loaks Ma faCo. , i
334-687-3189 Light tan w/beige in- - UO GUI !aSI & sascom, FL Hrvrrt LocvM.fo
terror, leather heated arle'y. " 'Debris Removal Put over 30 yrs. Shierlffs Office)
Automobiles seats, ABS, side Fatboy, Exc condition Retention Ponds ) 2 701 Experience to (850)56- 5484 9 ('
for Sale airbags, 37k mi, NA- 14K miles, 1 owner, 'Grading workfor YOU!_IIm
DA $21,175 sell for like new. $12,800. or � it P .p H p no v t _ _
Lincoln 2001 Town Harley Dav;dson 05' � Lt'din9 K ICR'EN 4/p.p..,,,/,ni r, iI U4./AME
car. evecutive silser. Road King classic l lop Soil ' Fill Dir E "EINHiP.Y HOME
tie. Like new, low ' pack co player. 'm mil. 513.500. 334-794' REPAIR
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Crews may set fire to burn off leaked Gulf oil


BY ALAN SAYRE
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
NEW ORLEANS - Crews
may set fires to burn off oil being
spewed into the Gulf of Mexico
by a blown-out well, the Coast
Guard said Tuesday.
Pools of oil far offshore would
be trapped in special containment
booms and set aflame as soon as
Wednesday, Coast Guard Rear
Adm. Mary Landry said.
Efforts so far have failed to shut
off the flow of oil nearly 5,000
feet below where the rig
Deepwater Horizon exploded and
sank last week. Robot subs are
still working on it.
"If we don't secure this well,
this could be one of the most sig-
nificant oil spills in U.S. history,"
Landry said.
A similar burn off the coast of
Newfoundland in 1993 eliminat-
ed 50 to 99 percent of captured
oil. Burning the oil could create
some air pollution, and the effect
on any marine life is unclear.
The oil is now about 20 miles
off the coast of Venice, La., the
closest it's been to land. But it's


An oil rig is seen in the background from the Chandeleur Islands,
home of the Breton National Wildlife Refuge, off the Southeastern
coast of Lousiana Tuesday. The barrier islands are at risk from a
growing oil spill and leak in the Gulf of Mexico, caused by the
explosion and sinking of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig last week.
- AP Photo/Gerald Herbert


still not expected to reach the
coast before Friday, if at all.
BP, which was leasing the
Deepwater Horizon, said it will
begin drilling by Thursday as part
of a $100 million effort to take the
pressure off the well, which is
spewing 42,000 gallons of crude
oil a day.


Company spokesman Robert
Wine said it will take up to three
months to drill a relief well from
another rig recently brought to the
site where the Deepwater Horizon
sank after the blast. Most of the
126 workers on board escaped; 11
are missing and presumed dead.
No cause has been determined.


The oil is coming from a pipe
rising from the seabed nearly a
mile underwater. So far crews
using robotic subs have been
unable to activate a shutoff device
Sat the head of the well, A kink in
the pipe is keeping oil from flow-
ing even more heavily.
If the well cannot be closed,
almost 100,000 barrels of oil
could spill into the Gulf before
the relief well is operating. That's
4.2 million gallons. The worst oil
spill in U.S. history was whefi the
Exxon Valdez spilled 11 million
gallons in Alaska's Prince
William Sound in 1989.
. BP said it will drill the relief
well even if it is able to shtit off
the flow of oil.
Improving weather jump-start-
ed efforts Tuesday to contain the
spill, which threatens to coat
marine mammals and birds with
oily slime and taint hundreds "of
miles of white-sand beaches and
rich seafood grounds.
Louisiana-based BP
spokesman Neil Chapman said 49
vessels - oil skimmers, tugboats,
barges and special recovery boats
that separate oil from'water - are


working to round up oil as the
spill area continues to expand.
As of Tuesday morning, oil that
leaked from the rig site was
spread over an area about 48
miles long and 80 miles wide at
its widest. The borders of the spill
were uneven, making it difficult
to calculate how many square
miles are covered.
Though oil was not expected-to
reach the coast until late in the
week, if at all, concern was grow-
ing about what will happen if it
does.
In Gulfport, Miss., where white
sand beaches are a tourist play-
ground and dolphins, whales and
even manatees are frequent visi-
tors to Mississippi Sound, resi-
dents were concerned.
Louis Skrmetta, 54, operates
the Ship Island Excursions com-
pany his grandfather started in
1926. He takes tourists to the bar-
rier islands about 10 miles south
of Gulfport in the Gulf Islands
National Seashore. Its powder-
white beaches and clear green
water create an idyllic setting for
sunning and observing marine
birds and sea life.


Obama touts wind energy, stimulus help


BY JULIE PACE
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

MOUNT PLEASANT, Iowa -
Back in the state that jump-started hi
White House bid, President Baracl
Obama sought to reassure wary Iowa
voters with a message he hopes wil
resonate in the fall elections: Thi
economic recovery hasn't reached
everyone, but progress is being made
Starting his two-day, three-stat
Midwestern trip, Obama focused on
his economic and clean energy pro
grams as job creators, even as he
acknowledged the pain and skepti
cism of hard-hit areas. He's not on th
ballot this year, but his party's control
of Congress is at stake, along witl
dozens of governors' seats and stat
legislatures. Despite encouraging
news about an expanding economy
and markets, the president told ai
Iowa crowd, "times are still tough ii
towns like Fort Madison. And time
are still, tough for middle-clas


Americans, who have been swim-
ming against the current for years
before this economic tidal wave hit."
Obama outlined his administra-
s tion's goals to "create conditions so
k that folks who work hard can finally
a get ahead." They include improving
1 schools, making college more afford-
e. able, expanding health coverage and
d preventing Wall Street irresponsibili-
Sty, he said. Underscoring the chal-
e lenge was agriculture secretary and
n former Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack, who
- told reporters traveling with Obama:
e "There's a silent crisis occurring in
- rural.America that's.been ongoing for
e several decades." He said the presi-
l1 dent is delivering a new framework
h for the "revival of the rural economy."
e Obama also plans to stop in Illinois
g and Missouri before returning to the
y White House late Wednesday. Iowa
n and Missouri are sharply contested in
n virtually every election, and
s Republicans this year think they can
s snag the Illinois Senate seat that


Obama held before becoming presi-
dent. Obama spoke after touring a
plant that makes blades for wind tur-
bines. The United States must lead
the world in clean energy production,
he said, and he cited tax credits
included in last year's economic stim-
ulus package.
They "helped make it possible for
America to install nearly 10
gigawatts of new wind generating
capacity last year alone," enough to
power more than 2.4 million
American homes, he said. "And each
new wind farm has the potential to
create hundreds of construction jobs,
and dozens of permanent local jobs,
in communities just like Fort
Madison."
He said he believes Congress and
the nation can overcome deep divi-
sions to enact far-reaching energy and
climate legislation "that will ignite
new industries, spark new jobs" and
make America more energy inde-
pendent.


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Man claims explosives, flight diverted i


BY GLENN ADAMS
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
AUGUSTA, Maine - An American cit-
izen on a flight from Paris to Atlanta
claimed to have a fake passport and said he
had explosives in his luggage, forcing fed-
eral air marshals to intervene and the plane
to land in Maine, U.S. officials said
Tuesday. The officials, who spoke to The
Associated Press on condition of anonymi-
ty because the investigation was ongoing,
believe the man's passport was authentic.
There were 235 passengers and 13 crew
aboard Delta Air Lines Flight 273, which
landed safely just after at 3:30 p.m. at
Bangor International Airport, Delta
spokeswoman Susan Elliott said.
Federal officials met the aircraft at the
airport. The Transportation Security
Administration said the passenger was
being interviewed by law enforcement.
After the man was apprehended, flight
attendants moved passengers forward to


clear out space in the rear of the plane, a
passenger told CNN.
"We were told there was some danger
and some threats made, but beyond that we
weren't told anything else," said the pas-
senger, Adithya Sastry. Sastry said a pas-
senger sitting next to him told him that the
"young man" who was apprehended was
carrying a backpack. Elliott said late
Tuesday afternoon that the Airbus A330
remained on the ground in Bangor but that
the airline planned to continue the flight to
Atlanta. All passengers were taken off the
plane because it was an international flight
and they needed to clear customs, said
Rebecca Hupp, a spokeswoman for
SBangor International Airport.
The Bangor airport is accustomed to
dealing with diverted flights. It's the first
large U.S. airport for incoming European
flights, and it's the last U.S. airport for out-
going flights, with uncluttered skies and
one of the longest runways on the East
Coast.


125 mph winds hamper travel, cut power


BY SCOTT SONNER
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

RENO, Nev. - Winds
gusting more than 100 mph
have left thousands without
electricity in Reno and
caused travel havoc across
northern Nevada.
The California Highway
Patrol closed part of west-
bound Interstate 80 north of
Lake Tahoe on Tuesday
morning after wind flipped
a truck on its side and snow
began to fall. As much as a


foot of snow'was expected
in, the upper elevations by
Wednesday.
About 5,000 homes and
businesses were without
power in Reno, where wind
ripped off shingles, blew a
school bus' door off its
hinges and uprooted hun-
dreds of trees, including a
70-foot-tall pine.
Re n o - Ta h o e,
International Airport
recorded sustained winds
up to 63 mph, and more
than a dozen flights were


canceled. One gust topped
125 mph near the Mount
Rose Ski Resort between
Reno and Tahoe.


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