Jackson County Floridan

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


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Preceded by:
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Events to mark

Memorial Day

Marianna's Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 22, will present
a public Memorial Day program at 8 a.m. Monday, on the north-
east side of the courthouse in downtown Marianna, The program
will be centered around the eternal flame monument maintained by
local veteran A.C. Miles. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

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Memlci rial Day, Coliiemoiaiii tels th uiliary ullen
and woulen whIo W made the ultilitalC sacIifice while
serving their country.
Originally known as Decoiation Day, it was first
enCacted in the years following the Civil War and
became an official federal holiday in 1971, accord-
ing the to the History Channel Web site. Memorial Day
now falls on the last Monday of May, and unoffi-
cially marks the beginning of summer.
Many observe the national holiday by visiting
cemeteries or memorials, holding family g .ih in, ,,
and participating itn parades..
In observance of the day, a few Jackson County
.groups will be honoring the fallen by 'l.i, ii' Ilags
on \vteranls braves and holding ceremonies int
In Graceville, the American Legion Post 42 will
be putting flags ont the graves of deceased veterans
at sunrise Mondiay, and then removing the flags at
sundown. Approximately 200 flags will be placed,
according to the event coordinator Arthur Obar Jr.
The Bethel Star Missionary Baptist Church of
Marianna'will also be placing Ilags upon the graves
of the fallen soldiers. The church's youth depart-
ment \\ ill be distributing the flags to all the veterans
buried at Orange Hill Cemetery in Marianna.
"The theme of tlte day \will be 'All gave some., but
some gave all.'" Youth l)irector Calvin Clemmons
said. "We want to honor those \cter.ans for their
contributions and their sIcrIflles. so we'll be plac-

ing flags for all to see."
The youth group will be distributing the flags
around 7 a.m. Monday morning.
Marianna's Disabled American Veterans, Chapter
22, will present a public Memorial Day program at
8 a.m. Monday, on the north side of the courthouse
in downtown Marianna.
The program will be centered around the eternal
flame monument which sits on the northeast corner
of the courthouse as a tribute to veterans.
The monument, however, was not always as well
kept as it is today.
Veteran and former commander of Marianna's
chapter of the Disabled American Veterans A.C.
Miles took it upon himself to see that this monu-
ment was kept up.
The old eternal flame monument, replaced some
years ago by Miles, was not, in his, opinion, a wor-
thy tribute to veterans.
"I would cringe every time I saw that thing. I just
couldn't believe that was supposed to honor our vet-
erans," Miles said.
Miles described the former monument as "very
small." It was metal and had a gas flame which was
never lit, he said.
Miles decided to replace the old one with some-
thing more appropriate.
He spend months writing letters and raising funds
from community members and businesses to be
able to replace the monument.
With everyone's help. and a large donation from
See MEMORIAL, Page 9A >0

Suspect City expects to amend sign code


in home


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Jackson County law
enforcement is searching for
suspects a robbery that left ani
elderly Marianna resident in.
need of serious medical treat-
According to a press release
issued Friday by the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office,. ihe
66-year-old male victim was
beaten with a "blunt object"
and took several hits to the
head during a robbery last
Sunday' night around 9:30 p.m.
As a result of the attack, the
victim suffered two broken
hands, a concussion, and sev-
eral lacerations to his head, the
release states.
Officers were dispatched to
the victim's home off Fairview
Road, after receiving a call
from a subject requesting an
ambulance for a itan bleeding
from the head.
Upon arrival, deputies deter-
mined that the homeowner had
been the victim of a robbery.
The victim reported to
authorities he was sitting in his
living room watching televi-
sion when he heard a knock at
his door.
As he opened the door, hlie
was struck on the head with a
blunt object.
The suspect continued strik-
ing the victim several times on
the head and arms, according
to the release.
The victim i told officers that
the perpetrator stole approxi-
mately $400 from his pants
pockets during the robbery. He
was not able to say whether
one or more attacker was
Jackson County Fire Rescue
personnel transported the vic-
tim to Bay Medical Center for
Anyone with information
about this crime is asked to
contact the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office at 482-"'1 . I1 or
Jackson County
CrimieStoppers atl 526-5000.


The Marianna ( Cit Commistion held a
w Thuri.dal\ to discuss Alt0oul, C-.
lions otf ct\ code rcgaMrdni '.Milnac. llichl
hac cv been .ln 11 Olong issue
There is no action taken during thie work-
shop. Hlo\\\ecr, tie almost three hour debate
betwcell colmmisnsioners and tihe audience,
comprised nmosll\ 1of memnlbers io the buisilcess
cominiunlit.\ had some up in arms.
Language within the *ic'n ordinance has
been a topic of discussion for some lite, \\ ith
some for it and others against it. Some mem-
bers of the business commlunitv saV thle cur-
rent language is not very "pro-business." A
few commnnissioner1s agree. claiming Ithat it is
"too strict" and "a hindrantce to collmmercialt
Thursday's meccting di'-pl.i'.'l the division
in opinion not only among colnmisioners.
but also among the community.
City Manager Jim Dean said it will take
city .staff about two weeks to organize all of

See SIGN, Page 9A 1>

Lucien Watson III asks a question during a public meeting on the Marianna sign ordinance
Thursday. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

Expert to address planning issues

Fi oinI\ Srin \imt si tR
With the virttual calling
of real estate development
statewide over the past few
years, and a near collapse
of the real estate market, Wil
many developers and area Ti
planners have had to
rccvaleuat their practices.
While most municipal and
county planning officials are still
positive about the future, there
are some -ic private developers.
realtors, engineers and architects


- who have seen soime
gloomi days over the past
\ear or two.
eivironelit. statewide
issues like Amelllndlment 4
- a proposed cilti/n's
amendmentOnl requiring ,a
vot" on anv change to a
colnlnunity'sl comprclhenic

sive land use plan prior to the
change going into etfect and
local issues witlit/onling and sig-
nage will likely lie discussed at
the First Friday Power Breakfast
this week.

-riday morning. June 4. start-
ing at 7 a.m. at the Agriculture
Center off Pennsylvania Avenue
in Marianna. the Jackson County
Chaniber of Commerce will be
hosting town planning expert
William Tuyn. Tuyn is vice pres-
ident iand director of town plan-
ning for GP1I Engineteringt and
Construction Services. The
Buff alo. N.Y. -based company has
offices throughout 'lorida.
including one here in Marianna.
Tuyn is scheduled to speak at
the breakfast. lie will also hold a
special workshop in the

Agriculture Conference Center
from Q a.m. to a.m..m. for those
interested in discussing specific
issues affecting development and
land use in Jackson County.
Tuyn says he plans to discuss.
among other things, different
development patterns.
"We are going to talk about
hoNw to create a place of distinc-
tion, how to build and create a
place that improves the quality of
life," Tliyn said in an interview
See EXPERT. Page 9A >

Marianna restaurant aids cancer survivor

1:1 IRII N "N S I\l I VVRI I I N
Zaxhy's illn Marianna will donate a portion
of its sales June 3 to assist the family of a
teenager diagnosed with bhone cancer last
For each receipt customers place ill a spe-
cial jar set aside for the benefit of 15-year-old
Amber Snell, the restaurant will donate 10
percent of the total bill.
The jar will be placed on the counter from
I 1 a.m. until 7 p.m. that day.
Snell was diagnosed with bone cancer in
August of last year.

Since then. shlit his been bacick anid forth to
Shlind s Hospital more ties that ler milother.
I .isa;,. can remember
Sell has IndIerg!one cheinoltherapy in the
past, but tIreaIltment was oienltually suspended
because it pIosed thie danger of paralysis, and
because she had a seizure related to thl e treal-
ilenli, her nmotlher said.
Doctors also removed tlhe left side of a
bone ill her vertebrae, and did surgery on tlhe
leg where her bone cancer was detected.
Doctors cut Ithe leg bone and inserted a rod
last November.
C('rrenlly,i she is believed to be illn remis-

I however, in recent days. she underwent six
hours of surgery to adjust the rod and stretch
her Achilles tendon so she could \walk better.
At times sihe's had to be in Tallahassee
l'our times a week for follow-up reatmentll.
The medical trauma has taken its toll on the
famlilv's finances. With Amlber's mother
unable to work because of frequent trips for
treatmlient, the bills are starting to pile up.
With a molllrtgage, ar payments, anld hotuse-
hold and living expenses to juggle, along with
the cost of travel for treatment, the siltuatio is
reaching a critical point.
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Managing Editor - Michael Becker
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Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski

Contact Us
Telephone (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editoriaktlZcfloidan comn
Mailing Address
PO. Box 520, Marianna. FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
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Thle Jackson Counly
Floridan's " policy is to col-
rect miislakcs promptly. 'To
rcporl an error, p)lase call
526-3614 Monday-1it riday.

May 31 - Monday
* Disabled American Veterans. Jackson
County Chapter 22 presents a public
Memorial Day Ceremony, 8 a m on the noith
side of the Jackson County Courthouse in
Marianna. The Buffalo Soldiers v'ill partici-
* Alcoholics Anonymous open ,,i.. 0 at
the First United Methodist Church 2901
Caledonia St , Marianna 8-9 p m in trie AA

June 1 - Tuesday
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon. in Jim s
Buffet and Grill in Manranna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quLing.1 cro-
cheting or knitting classes. 1 :'n at "2 Ie
Jackson County Senior Citizens center . 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028
* Chipola Collegt 2010-11 Cheerleaderf
Tryouts are at 4 p.m. (gym open at 3 30 p m 1
in the Milton H. Johnson Healthri Center
Scholarships available. E-mail Information
online at: http: wv.' extraic athl
* Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sev
is 6-8 p.m in the First United Methodist
Church Youth Hall, Clinton Stteet. behind the
Marianna Post Office. Call 272-7068
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting). 8-
9 p.m. at the First United W'lel.''. Church.
2901 Caledonia St., Marinana, in the AA

June 2 - Wednesday
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is. open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting).
12-1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church. 2901 Caledonia St.. Marianna, in the
AA room.
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting cete-
mony for Dino's Italian Cafe & Sports Bar.
4434 Lafayette St. in downtown Marianna. at
4 p.m. New owners Jamie and Sandy

The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowingi incidents for May
27 and 28, the latest avail-
able' report: Two accidenits
with injury, four accidenIts
without injury, one stolen
tag, three reckless drivers,
one abandoned vehicle,
two suspicious incidents,
live suspicious persons,.
two physical disturbances,
Iwo verbal disturbances,
one drug olicnse, one hir-l
glaralarii,. one shooting inl
Ilhe area, 57 Iraflic stops,
one larceny complaint, Iwo
itSrspassing conilphi ns,
one thllirealeniiin call, one
abandoned properly, oine
juvenile complaints, onlie
follow up) iilvestiNi'lion,
Iwo figh'ils in piol'ress, olne
noise disluirbI anc , Ir'ee
anilimal coliplaiils, Ilur

assists of another icg.enCcy
and one threat.

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Th e Jacksoni (C'oiunl
Shelrill's officee and
Jackson Iire IRescue listed
the Iollowingl incidents for
Miay 27 and 28. the latest
available report: Onlie
druilk pedestrian, onel
Si i s i n i i
'., ". iadultl , t( o
" alian do ned

PI.ME 'vo stolen
v e 1i cL I e s,
hiv suspicious vehicles.
three reckless drit'ers, tIwo
suspicious incidents, nine
susp)icious perWsons, oine
hiii'iIhway obstruci ion, lionet
mental illnei ss, onIe Iuriii'l;
ly, onile hlur'lhry of a velhi
cle, ( tone fl ysical distlir

Streetman invite everyone to stay for samples
of culinary specials provided by their own
Chef Kassidy until 5 p.m Call Djino's at 526-
776 or the Chamber at 482-8060.
* Ine Malone High School Baccalaureate
service is 6 p m in i the school auditorium
Attorney LaD ',' Gilbert w','ill be the speaker
Publ i iiC '.',TicC me

June 3 - Thursday
* Fne Jackson County Quilters' Guild Sit-n-
Sew is 6-8 p m at the American Legion Hall.
Altord Anyone interested in quilting or is v'eicome. Call 579-4146 or 394-
* The 'Al i .!i.n Dunav,'ay Chapter. Florida
Societ\ Sons of The American Revolution
meets at ,Jim s Buffet and Gill in Maianna.
,,itn a Dutch-Vteat meal starting at 630 p.m.
Compatriot Neal Spooner, president of the
Joel Earlv Chapter. Georgia Society. Sons of
the American Revolution, will present "The
Traeling Tunk. focusing on replicas and
artifacts used by families d irtng the
Revolutionary War years. Anyone interested
in the SAR is welcome Call 594-6664.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion). 8-9 p.m at the Fust United Methodist
Church,. .''(i I Caledonia St.. Ma anna. in the
AA room Attendance limited to persons with
a desire to stop drinking.

June 4 - Friday
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce First Friday Power Breakfast &
Speaker Series is 7-8:45 a.m. in the Jackson
County Agriculture Conference Center. 2741
Pennsylvania Ave.. Marianna. William W. Tuyn.
vice-president director of town planning for
Greenman-Pedersen Inc. engineering and
construction services will be the speaker. After
the program. Tuyn will conduct a workshop in
the conference center. 9-10 a.m. for develop-
ers. realtors, architects. engineers, citv/county
planners'and others interested in discussing
land use issues in Jackson Cournty.
* Marianna High School commencement
exercises aie at 8 p.m. in the Chipola College

Health Center (not Bulldog Stadium). All seat-
ing. including limited handicapped seating, is
first-come, first-served. Doors open at 6:15
p m.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits 'and
hang-ups in a safe environment" at Evangel
Worship Center. 2645 Pebble Hill Road.
Dinner. 6 p m. (free for first-time guests):
meeting. 7 p.m. Child care available. Call 209-
7856, 573-1131.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting). 8-
9 p.m. at First United Methodist Church. 2901
Caledonia St.. Marianna, in the AA room.

June 5 - Saturday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market has
opened its season in the Jackson County
CourThouse parking lot. Market hours will be
Saturday. May 15. 22. 29 and June 5. 6:30
a.m. until all fresh produce is sold out.
Pr,-riNiit,,I June 8. the Market resumes regular
days of Tuesdays. Thursday and Saturdays.
The state certified farmers' market accepts
FMNP WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
* The 8th Annual Chipola Dulcimer
Association June Jam starts at 9 a.m. in the
air conditioned New Salem Baptist Church
Fello,,ship Hall, two miles south of Interstate-
10 on I.,,...iii, Road US Highway 276. All
acoustic Lmusiciarns welcome, or just come to
listen. Bring a covered dish for lunch: drinks,
ice. cups, foiks and plates furnished. Call
* The annual reunion of the.
Ethridge/Etheridge family of Northwest
Florida is 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Kinard Park
Public Library (AKA the old school). 5416 SW
SR 73. Kinard. Calhoun County. Descendants
and friends are welcome. Bring pictures, sto-
ries and a covered dish. Call 850-580-1901 or
e-mail ellenhulbert@live.comn.
* The Coalition of Women in Ministry hosts
C. Lynn Thomas and the Fill My Cup
Ministries Book Mobile for a book give-away
(ages 2-12), 12-2 p.m. in the parking lot of
the St. James A.M.E. Church, 2891 Orange
St.. Marianna.


hanice. live verbal distur-
hanlces. olne dilng olletnsce.
.40 medical calls, six traffic
accidents. six burglar
alarm is. oine1 panic alarIm,
one shlooling in thle area,
21 traffic slops. tIhree lar
cenv complaints, IwVo criir1
final miischief complaints,
I\'e' ci\ il disputes, three
jiuvnile complaints, three
assaults, four animal corn
plaints. one sex offense,
onlCe Iraitud, tsvo assists ol ai
miotlorist, sevens assists of
another ag ''enic', three'
trainsporls and ouri tllrals.

The lollo \in't persons
\were ooked inlo thei
county jail duiiiins , he lIt
esl wiportilin" peri lod:
Tony Mins. 33. .'O.I H

Ohara Ave.. sieads, bhr-
glary of a dwelling, grand
I et'l. dealing ill stolen
property. hold for
Gadsden ('County.
I .ioniell Craw\ lord. 38.
2841) I)avis St.. Mariaunna.
driving while license sus
pended or revoked.
Stevcn Kustlr, 25.
(550 Sloconmlb Road,
rland Ridge, resisting
wvithour violence.
Thomias Clhison. 25.
2730 Apalachee TTrail.
Marianna, driving while
license suspended or
Rodney M oullry. 10.
.20(' Poplar Springs
Road. Marianna. violation
of statl probation tbur''gla
Ir ol a siructtiri ').,
BHell NMcCall. .lo,
.1173 lFairfaYs Road.,
Marianna. lialle i\

domesticc violence).
- Kevin Gambill. 21.
P.O. Bo\ 242 Greenwood.

l-Jessie Manes. 49.4473
IFairfay Road. MNarianra,.
battery domesticc vio-
Trinidy Robinson. 21.
180' Wheat Lane.
1Highnolet. Ala., tailnre to
- )onald Liptord, 27.
2827 Bertram St..
N Marianna. D.I.L.
- Kevin Welch. 52. P.O.
Box 428. Coltondale. tlee-
ino and attempting to
clude. D.l.1.
''o report a crime. call
CrimcStoppers at 520-
5000. To report a wildlife
violation. call I 888-404-
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Kids summer reading program

The Library's Summer Reading Program kicks off
on June 21 with weekly, hour-long sessions at each of
eight locations around the county. There are separate
sessions for preschoolers, and for school age kids
through sixth grade. All sessions are free of charge.
The program runs through July 29, with no sessions
the week of July 4.
Each time a child attends a session, ht- or she hears
stories, makes crafts, and receives encouragement to
visit the library and to read books, or to be read to at
home. By reading, being read to, or using the library,
kids earn prizes and "library bucks" that they can
trade at the Library Store for toys and new books.
They also earn chances to win a Wii game system, an
MP3 player, or one of several other prizes.
The theme of this summer's reading program is
"Water: Make a Splash." Kids participating will learn
cool water facts from wide screen slide shows, and by
reading and hearing water-related stories. During the
regular sessions, children won't actually be playing in
water, but there will be a real, get-wet, Fun IDay at
Citizen's Lodge Park, on Friday, July 2. On that day,
there will be water slides, sprinklers, water guns and
other fun ways to get wet, play with water, and beat
the heat.
For information or to reserve a spot for your child,
call the library at 482-9631.


Bascom Contuntnity Center
Preschool 9:30 to 10:30
School age 10:30 11:30 a.m.
Greenwood City Hall
Preschool 2 to 3 p.m.
School age 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.

Marianna Citizens Lodge
Preschool 10 to 11 a.m.
School age 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Malone City Hall
Preschool 2 to 3 p.m.
School age 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.

Sneads First Baptist Church
Preschool 10 to 11 a.m.
School age 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Grand Ridge Community Center
Preschool 2 to 3 p.m.
School age 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.

Graceville Civic Center
Preschool 10 to 11 a.m.
School age 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.nm.
Alford Community Center
Preschool 2 to 3 p.m.
School age 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.

Book review by Barbara Grant

Today's review of "So Much for That" by Lionel
Shriver is from the Octavia Books newsletter.
"Lionel Shriver writes the story of how a cancer
diagnosis can dash plans and dreams for an entire
family. With keen insights into America's healthcare
system. Shriver poses the disturbing moral question
that affects more people every day: How much is one
life worth?"
Mr. Shriver also wrote "The Post-Birthday World,"
which I reviewed several weeks ago.
Barbara Grant is a library volunteer who regularly
reviews books and movies for Book Talk, and reports
on news related to books and the Jaekson County
Public Library.

Engagement, wedding and anniversary announcements are published
in the Sunday, edition of the Jackson County Floridan. E-mail your photo
and the relevant information to Submit
announcements at least two weeks before your desired publication date.
Announcements are $.75 per column line. All announcements must be
paid for before they run. Cash. checks or credit cards are accepted in the
office. Credit cards are also accepted by phone or e-mail.
The deadline to proof and pay is noon on the Wednesday prior to publi-
cation date. Announcements will appear once.
Celebrating 50, 65 or more years of marriage? We'll publish it for free.
For other anniversary years, the above rates apply.
Birthdays for children 12 and under are published for free. For other
ages, the above rates apply. Birth announcements are published for free.
Questions? Call 526-3614 or e-mail

Partners for Pets

Partners for Pets has these pets and many more available
for adoption. If you'd like to meet the pets lbr yourself. the
facility is located at 4011 Maintenance Dr., in Marianna.
The hours of operation arc Monday through Friday, 10:0(X)
- 3:00, and on Saturday, 10:00 - 1:00. For more informna-
tion, please call 482-4570. Or visit partncrslorpets.pellinid- \

Cheyenne Marie Quick


turns 8

Cheyenne Manrie Quick of
Altfor celebrated her eighth
birthday\ on April 20. 2010,
She is the daughter of
Stephanie and Steve Smith
of Alford. and Shane Quick
of Dothain. Ala.
Grandparents are Bill\
and Shirley Peacock ofI
A party was held April
18. at her home, with
friends and family.


Mr. and Mris. Ronald 1.
Stevens of ,Marianna announIce
the enigagemenit of their
daughter, Kinibelly 1.. Iiarins,
to J Dlchlx, ith si0 oIl0
Mr. and Mrs I )avid I
le)Feltx of l'.uaphell(ion
Malernal g.iudlaenit'ts * of'
the bride-to-be ae tihe late Mr.
and N Mrs. Jimu Rule ot
Marnanntita. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. Henry (.'.
Stevens and the late Allthca
Stevens of Mariannla.
Kinm is at Ilt) nraduaite ot
Mariaiilia I ligh School aind
received a B A. degitee in
education tfrol C'hipola
College She is eilplo\edd with
thile Jackson CouII School
BoardL and teaches nmath at
Marianna Middle School in

The Terrier Mix Gang is a six week old litter of three
girls and two boys. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

Sun. (E) 05/23 7-7-5
Sun. (M) 3-9-4
Mon. (E) 05/24 2-9-8
Mon. (M) 5-1-1
Tues. (E) 05/25 1-5-5
Tues. (M) 6-0-6
Wed. (F') 05/26 0-8-4
Wed. (M) 4-0-4
Thurs. (E) 05/27 0-7-9
Thurs. (M) 3-3-7
Fri. (E) 05/28 8-7-8
Fri. (M) 4-5-9
Sat. (E) 05/29 8-8-0
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05/26 01-06-I 0-13-20 PB32 x4

Saturday 05/22 04-0,9-22-29-45-52 xtra 2
Wednesday 05/20 02-03-25-30-35-40 xirii 4
For lollery iltorlltlnltioll, call (850) .1I87-777 /or '(000) 737-7777

The prospective Cgrooin is
tlihe maternal graiilsoli lof Mr.
and Mis. C(tlis itaulk ofl
('anllibp llllon Palelial
randpaieints are Mr. aund Mrs.
Ilector DeleFlix City Beach alind Ms. Elizabeth
D)elelix of Bessemer City,
David is a 1995 graduate of
Graceville Iligh School and
received a B.A. degree in
business administration fromu
io r I'ulive sIIt . lie is the
o\mlielt to t' el lichx l-ai'lls in
The eddlnig \\ill lake place
SaltiIrday, Jul. 10., 2010.

.licison County i'loridan * Sunday, May 30, 2010 - 3A

Ingram, McLaulin

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G.
Ingrami of Auburn, Ala.
announttlce the entgagetllent of'
their daughter, (arrie
flizabeth C'osteni Ingram. to.
D)ouglas Pearce McLauliln 111,
soil of iMs. Janice McLaulin ofl
Marianina, and Mr. Douglas
Pearce McLaulin Jr. of'
The bride-lo-be is tihe
granddaughter of the Rev. and
Mrs. CJ. llogan, and Mrs.
Ouida Ingrain and the late Mr.
iIrain Curtis Ingram, all
grandparents of Auburn,
tornnerly of Bay Minette, Ala.

She is a 2009 graduate of
Auburn University and a
current medical student at the
University olt Alabama School
of Medicine in Birmingham,
The future bridegroom is a
2007 graduate of Mississippi
College in Clinton, Miss. He is
the founder of SPERO and
currently works in
The wedding will be June
12, ?010, at 7 p.m. at the
Trinity United Methodist
Church in Opelika. Ala.

Hill twins celebrate sixth

Alex and Adrianna Hill of Sneads cele-
brated their sixth birthday on May 10.
2010. The twins are the children of Darren
and Ahsa Hill of Sneads.
Grandparents are Gloria Jeter of Sneads.
and Hlouston and Patricia Hill, also 01of
An "Inldian Pow WVw"' party was held
o(n May 8 at the S cads Grove Pentecostal
Hlohliness, Chturch. with their pastor step-
ping itn as "sheriff' to round up all the
Indians and squaws.
Approxinmately 40 guests were in atten-
daInce. GLuests were treated to lunch, as
well as horse and pony rides courtesy of
Jackie Branch. Adrianna and Alex Hill

Scott turns 2

C.rtinton Jannan Scott. daughter of
Chad and Anna Scott. celebrated her
second birthday with a party at her home
kon April 26. 2010. A meal of hot dogs.
chips and dips were senred to her guests.
(arrington is the granddaughter of
Bobby and Jan Cook of Ganuid Ridge.
and Patsy Flores and Cartlon Scott. both
of Sneads.
Special guests in attendance were her
big sister. Georgia Rai: cousins Branton
Peacock. Hunter Edwards and Kinsey
Ragans; and special friend Berklee Neel.
On Carrington's actual birthday. April
19, she and hier daveare friends were
treated to a birthday party at the home of
Glenda Jeter.

Carrington Jannan Scott

Marianna grad completes

Navy basic training


Navy Seaman Recruit
Karson L. LeFloor recently
completed Navy basic train-
ing at Recruit Training
Command. Great Lakes. 111.
During the eight-week
program. LeFloor complet-
ed a ,variety of training.
which included classroo-m
study and practical instruc-
tion on naval customs, first
aid. fire fighting, water

safety and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft safe-
An emphasis also was
placed on physical fitness.
LeFloor is now stationed
at Pearl Harbor. Hawaii.
A graduate of Marianna
High School. he is the son
of Dena and John Oberski
and Michael LeFloor: and
brother to Khmon (also in
the Navy). Krysttyn and
Kathtyn LeFloor.

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Karson L. LeFloor
Karson L. LeFloor



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4A - Suinday, MNy 30, 22010( * Jackson County iFloridan




Publisher: Valeria Roberts

Managing Editor: Michael Becker

Our Opinion

Who foots

the bill?

The latest efforts to control the
Deepwater Horizon oil spill have, as
of this writing, been a bust. British
Petroleum has tried pumping fluids
into the well, with the hope that the
pressure from the fluids being
pumped in would slow down the
leak. This was followed by several
so-called "junk shots" (in which
pieces of rubber, golf balls and other
assorted items are poured in) to plug
the well.
None of these efforts is having
much of an impact. Meanwhile, the
latest estimates make this the largest
oil spill in United States history.
Not surprisingly, the companies
involved in drilling and operating the
well have been quick to pass the
buck. British Petroleum is the lead
stakeholder in the oil field: Anadarko
Petroleum and Mitsui have minority
stakes. Transocean owned the actual-
ly oil drilling platform, and was leas-
ing it to BP. Halliburton was respon-
sible for cementing the well itself.
All have been quick to point fingers
elsewhere; the federal government
has already said it is holding BP
That is all well and good, but oil
continues to spill into the Gulf and
the latest estimates state the spill has
begun to spread out into the Gulf
loop current, which could take some
of the oil past the Florida and out
into the Atlantic.
Researchers from the University of
South Florida have said they found a
6-mile wide plume of oil more than
3,000 feet beneath the surface, mak-
ing its way towards the Alabama
We don't know what the full
impact of the spill will be. So far, it
hasn't reached our stretch of tile
coast; but that could change.
Shrimpers and fisherman in
Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama
have seen the livelihoods decimated.
The one economic consolation for
them has been that many have been
hired to help with clean-up and con-
tainment efforts.
Meanwhile, as of Friday, the spill
has leaked an estimated 92.5 million
gallons of oil into the Gulf. Compare
that to 10.8 million gallons for the
Exxon Valdez disaster in Alaska.
The cleanup costs look like being
enormous. Taxpayers must not be
left on the hook for this. All those
involved - BP, Anadarko, Mitsui.
Transocean and Halliburton - must
be made to bear the cost, not just for
clearing up the muck, but for the
damage done to the region's busi-
nesses and economy.

A R Rv3E o (60iLfER6.



Flowers for Dixie on Memorial Day?


Ah. Mnemonal Da\ - lx[l's.
picnics. parade",. and 1 iC 'rx
Nbdly gels to \weigh im on the
memorial Da) controers".
No. I don't mean the dust-up
over whether President Barack
Ob.ama should t in
\a'ishinllttol Mlondi\ to la\ .a
wreath at the t'oinmb ot the
Unknown Soldier at Arlinglton
National Ceinetern
HIts right-wing critic.,, ha.t
tussed inightil\ o\er the pre't-
denlt's decision to .'xnd tile
\\ ckcnd in C'hicago ,, with liI
family. On Mlonday he'll par-
ticipate in a en rice at
Abraham l.incoln National
('emeterly in llwx Il. 11.. and
Vice Piresident Jbe lhulen w ill
layl the wreath at the 0lomb ofl
the (tl'knio ns.
Other pres.idents, includI
ing Ronald Reagan. (George
it.W. Bush and George \V.
Bush - missed Memnornal Day
ceremonies at Arlhngton with-
out the collapse of the
Republic. To me Obamna's
absence is a non-issue. I can't
see how the president dishon-
ors fallen troops or disrespects
the military by commemorat-
ing Memorial Day in Illinois.
The controversy I'm refer-
ring to is whether Obanma
should continue tihe presiden-
tial tradition of sending a
wreath to tlihe Confederatec
Monument at Arlinlgton

National CemeicN on
Meloiittal Dl)a. ths lell wi ti
,is . .e a lcin Olm.lllai at
't inu,1 pa.l ol .1 "ch.uin ol
ract'ism t ei hing back to
W\\irokm Wilonl."
La. ist \e.i. e11101 than tAl his-
lillans and scholar'., including
Puilitiei 'rlie \w innitlli author
Jailnies M cPI't\on aind tornner
0l60t, i. ,-al Bill .\\ ct.
signed a letter askinil thec presl-
dent to stop 'seClinti the
wi .elh, wl hilch l Y ian wlhen
\Vi ,,rh \ \\ ilson l.tilended lthe
nolniienl's , i dbealn t o ii 1
I114. ix\en pieViileni sii e sncil a \ li iltrlad lio all\
on thle buil-td.i of Jcleisilon
D[la ils i June
In 20X13. then lvPrellenl Busht
s, itched decll ei to Meonrial
I )\ An ciToneotils rport nll
Tinle 1i1at/ne lhlal Btisli haid
reilnsla.tid dlli\ erC ot the
x icathl caused .1 predictable
Las.t Meorional Da. 01bima
laid a \% reatth al the 'lIomb of
the I'nkno\ ns and had a
wreath delivered to the
Confederate nmemonial. lie also
sent a w\\reath to a ilmemoril ill
W\ashington that honors
African-Ailmerican soldiers who
fought in the Civil War. The
White House did not comment
on the anti-wreath petition.
Chuck McMichael. coim-
miandeLr in chief of Sonis of
Confederate Veterans. Inc..
reportedly sent O)bana a thank.

\O 1 nie I'Oce sa\ lse'ndiin tihe
wieah sN\ lit-odici.ll\ ,aids and
A.tIS'le thie 'nco-Co.tldcileiat
agenlda.I The\ argue that t[he
iiloilcimenll, which \was built b\
the 1'nited Dlughters ol the
Confedelac\. is lessC about hon-
oring tlhe dead than about legit-
Inmiing secession and gloril -
in: the ideals of tihe
C'o nted.aleit\.
Lasi monllh. a smaller loup
of hisitoans ailld scholars aainl
w\irole ( )bat n . l 'pelinilg Ilii
no w\\ic.til request atndt asking
thaI lite tIderail Igoenimeit
iremlIoe ithe tSons of
Conlfedlera.c Vetlerians . a mrec-
Oili/cd chuialt\ in thel
C(omItlbi ed IFederal Camipaigil.
thle iteno\elenIll's eCquitialenl ot
tile iitnled W\x T.he Ilelei also
askcd that tihe Sons not be
allowed to host e\nllts for the
.S Arill\ or01 parlicipate in
Junior R(O)'C programs in highly
Memorial Da\ honor, all
\\ho died iln the imilitar\. but it
began to honor the sacrifices of
the Ci\ilt War. The fist
National Decoration Day atI
Arlington National Cenmeteri
was in 118S. although xmore
than two dozen cities. some in
the North but more in the
South. claim they pit flowers
on Civil War graves before
Arlington National Cemlletler
beganl on 200 acres once
owned bx Robert I". Lee and.

according to the cemCeter "'s
WeVb lsie. "1-or many years fol-
low\ ing the \\ar. the bitter feel-
inge bet een North and South
remained, and although hun-
dreds, of Confederate soldiers
\\ ere buried at Arlington. it
\\as considered a Union ceme-
tery. Faunily members of
Conteideiate soldiers were
dJemcd permission to decorate
their loved ones' gr\ es and in
etlremlle cases were even
denied cni-ance to tlwe cemie-

Ser the x ears. Congress set
aside an area for the
ConfederIate dead and later
approved the Confederate
inemotrial. In 1966(. Congress
and President L\indon Johnson
declared Waterloo. N.Y.. the
"birthplace" of Memorial Day.
In 1)71. Memorial Dax
became a federal holiday.
Obalma was right to send a
w reath to tihe African-
American memorial if he want-
ed to continue the Confederate
wreath tradition. Others likely
w ill disagree,. but a calm dis-
cussion of the issues will be
good practice for the Civil War
To tind common ground on
the war's 150th anniversary, we
can start by talking about flow-
Mlarsha, .tercr wristi'
./Tom lltislhingtfn. )oui may
C('1o1tCt her at ll I rsha.tiner-
c rw (i (>(lu n>.(-(>77).

The arsonist puts out
the fire

Dear editor.
It has nflow been over one
ionltlh since the Deepwalter
Horizon oil rig catastrophe
began. We have been left with
profound uncertainty as to ihe
utuit' of our coastal life, the
health of lthe ulillf of Mexico
and the struggle to maintaiin
our way of lil'e anil economy.
Timcs like these allow omur
leaders to step up and lead ius
through the process of solving
the problem. Regrettably, there
has been very little such lead-
elship as this event has unfold-
I am left to ponder tlie tacl
thai under IFlorila Staiuite
403. 161 , anybody lwho would
deposil their atilomlobile's
Imoor oil in lle hillf of
Mexico would he subject to
peiiallies as serious as a Ilird
degree felonyn, wilti lneLs o01
mloreC Ihlan $50,000 anid Iec
possibility of imprisollineiln for
live years, or bol]h.
I lcrI we hIave a I'oreign corl
poralion dhal has already poi
soiled 20) percent of the (Iill' of
Mexico, indt one is left to won
der wthetlher Ilhose who allowed
the unconscionable lease rights
alt this deplth wilhoult having
adeqilate safeguards in place,
and whethller those reprcseni
lives o tlihe company who gaii
bled willth our iluliCre, ouril ecolln-
olly iand our i aliiral resollurce.

\\will be held criminailly responl
sible lor their dereliction olf
dluty aind mlalfeasance.
\Ve hla\ also been left to
witness Ithe failure of olur feder
al govelrnillent to lead. A,\t a
national le vel. we should gal-
vani/e tlie greatest minds Iroim
the best universities and haet\
(lie best engineers and lechni-
cal people illn the world gath-
ercid to assist BI' to fix this
leaking wi'll. We should have
reached oult iniuniedialely ito anyv
counllry and anlly ICresource to
assist inll he coilainlleillt and
fix of the leak. Instead, we lefl
BlP to its ownVi devices, the
same company who so care-
lessly gamllbled away the (iulf
of Mexico. The arsonist was
put in charge of exCinguishingl
the Itre.
As a community,. we should
hie demandiaMing lll ktnow whyI
oulr state replresentlalivs andi
senlatols were so willing to
gamble our1 sale whalers lo tlhe
samne induStlry lhal so c\avalierliy
has now poisoned tl litull of
Mexico. We sliould klhIaill li
know why our local lep'csenia
lives dio notl support a coilslilll
lional ieiCldmeniiltl to hanl oil
drillint ill s tll e \'aters. WeV
should he lenaItiiling l hal oil r
elected officials p|arici|l; e in a
special session tn o ensure a col
slilltional Inlenti diieinl is
Iplacel on ilhe hIallol I ua ning t
near shore oil drilling and, per
hiaps even llmore illiporl.inly.
iha;l we establish Florida: as a
leC;ler inll Ihe nation ill d\evelopl

ing an aggressive, inunediale
anld comprehensive neI energy
policy thal rteqires us t Io imove
into a clean, allternative and
renewable resource age. Not
only will this set an examllple
for lthe country. it will allow us
to comllpele in llie cver -expantd-
ing green marketplace for tlhe
jobs and tile economy tihat are
part of hlie new energy revolt
.ilke Wall Street. we assumetl
hal l' a ndli Ihe petiroleiumn
inlusinL' care ellnoulgh to moni
lor themselves. They ito IInot.
We ileeil ell'clivye governlileni'
tal regulation to mlaintailin nec-
essary checks and balances
against corporae greed alnd
disregard for our Mother
I ':arth.
'1\\o years ago, China w\\as
not eell in tle greel energy
,gallle. lToidlay. China produces
mlore wind tlrbilies aind solar
panels (hal l an) other countlili;
ill Ite world. Ioiiv xWars t';Wo.
Bra/il se outl to cliniinale ils
d>leIendel e on tiOreign oil and
lm laV is sell suflicieni in trails
portaltionl fuel due lo its sliu'ar
caline othallaol pro 'lrall. We tit
nol nteel''d Ilo wait loi tlle Idle ral
.'oVCiiimetiCil. We should( rel\ oil
o(11seil\i's withill tihe Msalt ol
lIoriial i o be (ihe leC uled r 'Iand
role nIlteCl for lite nation on aa
t'comprehenlisive 'ienet'v police'
that agxgressitly limoCs us intil
llte cle .Ill, green f lial re.
\CWe are tailor iuale for solar
eI'ly in this stlale. \We arel'
a'ble to harness ,i ilvcuiv of

the available solar energy
because of the number of days
we haie with partial or full
sunshille. We are truly the
Sunshine State when it comes
to thle new energy age. We
should encourage the develop-
ment of la nuclear energy pro-
gram that will brill us online
wxith an nlergy source that
does notl ceate carbonll elis-
The ilime to act is nol in five
vears or tlell 'ars. The imiile to
act is now. Demlland that our
local elected officials state their
position olln a constitutional
amendilmeiln bann1ing oil
drilling. 'Demand that your
local officials tell you what
the\ will ito to entire that
Florida aggressively moves for-
waIrd toward a comprehensive
energy plan that incltides clean,
reilnewable andl alternate energy
sourct'es. We oxwe it to oulr--
selves., our childivin and our
graidchildren. There is no time
to w asle.
The i)Depwaltr Hori/zon dis-
aster is a w\\ake' up call of

proliipl l us to a tl I catilnot
.itmainIe w\ihat it would take in
oler'i to ilmo us fotrivard.

l. ivn'i, ' 1 0. I'l 'lca
S ) t't in

ifitor ',\ n 'l : It'hiat is thf
1)'mocrati'C' ',m li, tt fl ?ir h<,
i strict " ,<'i in the 1 h>oridai
H,< o.\"



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Sneads grad completes Grant provides behavioral
Air Force basic training

health services to military


N laiitthews I. Roeicrs ,r5dtual

traini h at .inc land Air
Force s. Ais, A nll l , l onio,

and skills.
'lhe irmen who cmpletl ed an __
intensive, eighl-w k pro � III

basic tra[ inlinge arc ain four
crediitard an assciate iand .
studies Air lForce. ore vl
M ares, physical iess, and com plates
basic warfacere principlesic training
and skills. ,
Airmen who complete
basic training earn four Matthew J. Rogers
credits toward an associate in
applied science degree through the Conunuity College of
the Air Force.
He is the sont of Brenda and Joseph Rogers of Sneals,
Rogers is a 2009 graduate of Sneads High School.

Marianna grad completes

Air Force basic training
SPIFrIA nklon itoIt\N Co nt

Air Force Airman Laurin
S. Hart graduated front
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
The airman completed an
intensive, eight-week pro-
grami that included traIing "
in military discipline il and " i
studies, Air Force core val- n.tit.t
ues, physical titess, and .
basic warfare principles t
and skills.F k
Airmen who complete
basic training earn four
credits toward an associate Laurin S. Hart
in -applied science degree
through the Community College of the .-\ir Force,
She is the daughter of Robert and Dianna lIart Of
Marianna, and granddaughter of Ga\le Illart of Malone.
Hart is a 2008 graduate of Nlarianna I ligh School,

Master Gardeners travel

to Franklin County

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Jackson County Master
Gardeners recently \ cent
on a field trip to
Carrabelle in nearby
Franklin County.
There, they visited the
second homnie of member'

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Iilce Managemen I i t ('enltelr ol
Northwest Fophida was recently award-
ed ;i gratMt hoin the Florida lBrAlve
FtuLd. ''Throiilih this grant, Lle
Malacieinl ('ntler is I ow able to
provide behavioral health services to
mnlilitary personnel anld/or their families
who have IUninelt needs as a result oft
service in Operation Iraqi Freedom or
Operation Enduring tFreedom.
The grant covers those who are
active duty, Reserve, National GuaIld,
and veteran service iemllbers. Services
are free to quaIIlif'ving individuals, and
include individual, family, and group
counseling, psychiatric services, sup-
porleLd elmployI CInilt, and Cl Isis counsel- and Ce\i luation services. Services
care available to qualliet d inull\ ideals inl
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cop)in,.\ wilth thlie eltects of depl)oyment
will be eligiblCe or free services under
this grallt. The purpose for these servic-
es is to promote treintegiation ol service
members as well as to assist family
members in coping with their lAved
one's deployment, injury, or death.
According to the National Center for
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder,
approximately 19 percent of service
members from Iraq and 11 percent of
service members from Afghanistan suif-
ier from mental health problems. Even
more profound is the number of family
members who are affected by a service
iimember's deployment. Family mem-
hers struggle with the phenomenon olf
"allbiguous loss," in that they are
unsure it their loved one will return,
These soldiers, relatives, stand caregivers
also stftI littlom post trautLti ic stress
disorder, depression, and/or substances
aibts issi's as a result o oonbled per
solnal relationships, financial and legal
stress, .and l job stress.
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service' miemIbers have experienced
Itmultiple deployments, causing
increased family disruption and reinte-


Barbara Re\ell, who has
landscaped hier coastal
property \ with nati\c \ege'
The\ also hald lunch ,it
thli Crooked Rl'r Gtill at
St,. Lines Ba\. ,idd tloledC
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James HBav Golf ('Curse.

Jackson County Master Gardeners take a break on the
dock near Barbara Revell's home. This photograph and
the trip is especially precious to the group, as it repre-
sents one of the last times Master Gardener Mary
Gallagher was with them. Gallagher passed away sev-
eral days after they returned from the outing. From left,
Charles Brasher, Curtis Price, Terry Kemp (of Franklin
County), Mary Gallagher, Anita Crossley, John Wilson,
Arlene Ohler (of Franklin County), Muriel Turner, Vicki
Fuqua and Phillip Smith. - Contributed photo

gration issues. Additionally, more than
hall of service members are under the
age of 25, meaning they are less settled
in their relationships and f,,.. ill, have
inadequate coping skills. Due to mod-
ern medical technology, wounded serv-
ice members who would have lost their
lives as a result of their injuries are now
more likely to survive but with signifi-
cant disabilities.
In addition, the signature weapons of
choice are improvised explosive
devices and rocket-propelled grenades,
from which many service members are
suffering serious disfigurement and dis-
memnberment. These debilitating
injuries pose further challenges for
reintegration. Combat veterans statisti-
cally have the highest divorce rates.
with increased likelihood that spouses
will terminate a relationship when the
service member has suffered a dis-
abliig or dlisiguring injurV.
Life Management Center of
Northwest Florida is a non-profit
organization. For more information
about the BrAlve Fund, please contact
Life Management Center at 850-522-

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Marianna High School's
commencement exercises
will take place at 8 p.m. on
Friday, June 4, at the
Chipola College Health
Center, rather than Bulldog

All seating is on a first-
come, first-served basis.
Handicapped sealing will
be limited and available on
a first-comei, first-served
Doors will open at 6:15
p.m. Seat "saving" will not
be allowed.


John W. Kurpa, D.C.,
D.A.B.C.N., FA.C.EN.
Board Certified
Clinical Neurology

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Treating Nerve Damage
* Second Opinions
* Auto Accidents
With Impairment
* Physical Therapy
* School/DOT Physicals


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NAACP leaders: Fight tea

party with voter outreach

I IOLLYWOOD) The tea party mnove-
ment sweeping the 1U.S. political landscape
has benefited from voter mobilization tech-
niques pioneered by the NAACP, and the
nation's oldest civil rights organization
needs to rely on that outreach to fight back
in the midterm elections, two NAACP
leaders said Saturday.
"1I think they took a page out of our own
play book, and we have to beat them at
their own game. We ought to know how to
meet them on the front line," board chair-
man Roslyn Brock said in a town hall
meeting at the NAACP's annual youth
leadership summit.
Brock and Benjamin Todd Jealous, the
organization's president and CEO, urged
their members not to become complacent
about their achievements or dissuaded by
media attention on small, but loud, gather
ings of conservative protesters.
"What they're angry about is we won,"
Jealous said.
The voters who elected President Barack
Obama in 200)8 and the NAACP's nmem-
bers outnumber the people in the tea party

imovemIent, but they're not speaking utp,
Jealous said.
"That niajority of people hasn't gone
anywhere but to their couch. We colld winl
again if we could get them off the couch,"
Jealous said.
The NAACP Leadership 500 Summit
licuses on engaging younger members of
the nation's oldest civil rights organization.
About 350 people are attending this week-
end's conference in Hollywood.
Brock, a health care executive, founded
the summit live years ago. She was elected
board chairman in February, and she and
Jealous are the youngest people to hold
their positions in the 101-year-old National
Association for the Advancement for
Colored People. As it tries to engage a
younger generations who thinks about civil
rights in broader ternIs in a multiethnic
society, the NAACP' must focus on eduica
tion, health care, econioinic opportunity andl
inimigration, they said.
"'The challenge \we have is to make sure
this country understands we have a lllove-
nent defined by where the black coImnliu-
nity is right now, but it ultimately is point-
ed in the direction the rest of the country
needs to go," Jealous said.

Time to 'man up,' gentlemen

Some writers enjoy writ-
ing fiction, others enjoy
writing about specific
things that occur in life.
But because of my serious
concern for our way of life,
my writings are about "real
life" situations; whether
they are good, bad, funny
or sad.
Maybe that's one of the
reasons the survival of our
families is ever present. in
my mind.
Since the beginning of
recorded history, men were
tile only ones considered
for the world's most presti-
gious and powerful posi-
tions. Kings, presidents,
arinly generals and execu-
tives of powerful corpora-
tions were all part of' our
nmale-dominated society in
the past.
With the exception of
queens, women were not
considered for powerful
leadership positions in

Optimists welcome Fortunato

Sonny Fortunato addressed the Marianna Optimist Club on May 25, discussing the war in Afghanistan and
his involvement as a civilian contractor working with the Armed Forces in conjunction with the Afghanistan
National Army. From left are Fortunato, Marianna Optimist Club Acting Programs Director Jim Cowart and
Jack Porterfiefd, club vice-president. - Contributed photo

Florida livestock

markets at a glance

For the week ended May
27, at the Florida Livestock
Auctions, receipts totaled
6,834, compared to 7.938
last week, and 5,012 a year
According to the Florida
Federal-State Livestock
Market News Service,
compared to last week,
slaughter cows and bulls
were 1"00 to 3.00 lower,
feeder steers and heifers
were 1.00 to 3.00 lower,
Feeder Steers: Medium
& Large Frame No. 1-2
200 300 lbs. 127.50-

300 400 lbs. 110.00-
400 500 lbs. 105.00-
Feeder Heifers: Medium
& Large Frame No. 1-2
200 300 lbs. I10.00-
300 400 lbs. 97.00-
400 500 Ibs. 96.00-
Slaughter Cows: Lean:
750-1200 Ibs 85-90 percent
Slaughter Bulls:
Yield Grade No. I 2 1000
2100 lbs 63.00-70.00


When doors
began to open and
more opportunities
became available at
all levels for
women, one lead-
ership position
began to show
many flaws; the
leadership of the
Since , many


women took jobs in
the workforce, because of
necessity or for other rea-
sons, how they have carried
much of the leadership role
in our families became
apparent. The lack of male
leadership in the family ini
many instances has been
From a very early age, I
learned by observation and
guided discipline the
important difference
between the responsibili-
ties of a woman and a man
when it comes to the fami-
ly structure.
I am aware of the fact
that our day and time
demands circumstances
that cause many women
and men to live in situa-
tions that are out of the so-
called normal realm of
what a man or woman
should do.
The loss of health, or the
loss of a loved one, can
change a person's lifestyle
in many ways. Just as a
sports team needs a coach
to lead, or a corporation
needs a top executive to
lead, the family needs lead-
The number of women
taking care of and being
responsible for the survival
of their children and fami-
lies on a whole is alarming.
Aren't men supposed to be
the leaders of the family?
Too many men are readi-
ly available for the pleasur-
able activities with their
spouse or significant other.
but disappear when it's
time to be serious and

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Change of venue for Marianna

High School commencement

We offer a variety of specialize telephones.v/,y,

And you won't have to _/-e. out a dime.

Specialized phones are available free to Floridians with hearing loss

or speech disabilities. To qualify, you must be able to show proof of

permanent residence and disability.

There will be a free amplified phone distribution on

June 10th, 2pm-4pm at Jackson County Public

Library ir Marianna. For more info, call 1-800-222-

3448 or 888-292-1950 Ext 232.

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They are the men
who are part of the
household, but do
absolutely nothing.
They don't work,
they don't clean up
around the house;
and they feel dish-
washing and cook-
ing are a woman's
as V. job; yet they dis-
phy play an image of a
strong solid man
while in view of the public.
Give me a break!
I can understand why the
catch phrase "man up" has
become so popular. The
only thing worst than the
scenarios I've mentioned is
the fact that women let
them get away with it. Over
and over again, we find sit-
uations where a woman or
man is simply glad to have
some type of man or
woman around. Of course,
that's a personal choice, but
what happened to the say-
ing, "I can do badly all by
There are many women
and men who are stressed
out, depressed and whipped
because they continuously
deal with an unproductive
person in their relationship.
The mental strain they face
each day can lead to an
unhappy, shorter life full of
If the person you're
involved with shows no
signs of improvement in
attitude, ambition or desire
over an extended period of
time. you could be in for a
long, tough, rocky ride.
If you are part of an
unbalanced relationship or
situation in life where you
are treating someone
unfairly, or, on the other
hand, they aren't giving
you the respect and support
you need. it may be time to
make tough valuable
changes in your life.
Each of us should try to
find a way to bring consis-
tent joy and peace of mind
into our life.

.JInkson Coin'tly F'loridaii * Sunday, Miay 30, 201 - 7

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We Will Make This Right.

BP has taken full responsibility for cleaning up the spill in the
Gulf of Mexico.

Stopping the leak will be a major step, but only a start. We
know that our responsibility goes much further.

Our commitment to the environment.
Our job now is to prevent as much environmental damage
caused by this spill as we can. Over 1,100 boats, including
local fishing fleets, are collecting the oil by skimming and other
methods. More than two million feet of boom are in place to
protect the shoreline. Where oil has reached the shore, we are
cleaning it up.

Our commitment to the people of the Gulf.
This spill and the hardships endured by Gulf families and
businesses never should have happened. The region is
home to thousands of BP employees, so we also feel
the impact.

We have been paying all legitimate claims for economic
loss and will continue to do so. We will not be limited by
a spending cap. We have 18 claims offices in operation
across the Gulf. More than 9,000 claims have been paid,
including millions of dollars to thousands'of fishermen.

We've provided $170 million to support the response and
tourism in the region. And our efforts will not come at any
cost to taxpayers.

Our commitment to you.
Whether you've been affected personally or you are following
this from a distance, we understand that our responsibility
includes keeping you informed. You expect us to make this
right. We will.

For the most current information, please visit the following BP
and joint U.S. Government/BP websites:

For assistance or information, please call the following
24/7 hotlines:
To report oil on the shoreline: (866) 448-5816
To report impacted wildlife: (866) 557-1401
To make spill-related claims: (800) 440-0858


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SA - Sinday, NMay 30, 2010 * JIackson County IFloridan STAiU /NN i ONAI.

High hopes for business folk planni
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MONT A'I.\R, N.,. After careers in
Itlltai e'SOiC' id bus s uiil isiteSS COlisullitiig,
Marianne HiBas is tired of tlte corporate
world. The 57 year old's choice for 'a
change: trying to become one of' Newsv
Jersey's first legal pot dealers.
In Jaiumry, New Jersey became the 14th
state to allow the sale and use of' medical
marijuana. The law goes into effect Juily 1,
but it's expected to take several months
before the state has regulations in place
and the "alternative treatment centers"
where patients will be able to get cannabis.
For now, Bays and others - perhaps
dozens of them - are quietly setting up
nonprofit groups that will apply to run the
first treatment centers in the most popu-
lous state outside California to allow med-
ical marijuana.
Bays has been telling family and friends
about the new career, which sht is plan-
ning when she's not working her tempo-
rary job helping run the Newark office for
the U.S. Census.
"So far, nobody's looked at me and said
something negative to me about it," said
Bays, who has a doctorate in business
organization. "They've laughed."'
The button-down Bays doesn't fit the
"Pineapple Express" stereotype of a bud
purveyor. There's no "420" sticker on her
Acura. She loves gardening, but the only
herbs she grows are culinary - like rose-
mary and basil.
She and her husband live in a spacious
home in Montclair, a famously open-
minded New York City suburb. She says
marijuana has always been available in her
social circles. But she said school and
work never left her much time to indulge.
Over the last few years, she's learned
that some family and friends have found
marijuana to ease symptoms associated
with conditions from multiple sclerosis to
migraines. The drug is used to treat pain,
nausea and lack of appetite.
She threw herself into learning more,
including classes at Oaksterdam
University, an Oakland, Calif., school ded-
icated to the pot business. She's also trav-
eled in California with a friend - suffer-
ing from multiple sclerosis - who was
able to go into pot dispensaries because of
her condition. Bays would wait outside
then quiz her friend about the operations.
Another of the likely marijuana provider

Marianne Bays works in a flower garden at her home Friday in Montclair, N.J. After
decades as a business consultant, Marianne Bays is tired of the corporate world and
wants to try a new career. She wants to be your ill grandfather's pot dealer. And she
wants to do it legally. In January, New Jersey became the 14th state to allow med-
ical marijuana. - AP Photo/Mel Evans

applicants in New Jersey is Anne NI.
Davis, a lawyer who also consults with
several people interested in opening treat-
mient centers.
She says she's hearing from current
drug dealers who want to go legit, care-
givers who already procure marijuana for
the sick, and career changers - especially
commercial real estate agents who have
fallen on slow times. Some of the dispen-
saries in California, where medical mari-
juana laws are less restrictive, are looking
into opening branches here, Davis said.
There are people with smart business
plans and people experienced with grom-
ing the plants - illegally of course.
"They think, 'Hey, I'n going to open
this great business and l'mn going to make
a fortune,"' Davis said. "But thilt's not
what it's going to be. It's going to bc \el\
strictly regulated in Nes\ Jerse\."
Those regulations are lot \et w\ilten.
aind Go v. Chris Christie, W ho isais he supi
ports the medical marijuana bill, is ii inii

to win a delay to give his administration
extra line to write then.
Still, the state's new law offers a
glimpse at how ithe clinics will operate.
It requires at leaist six nonprofit groups
be given the first licenses. They must be
spread around the state. Subsequent clinics
could be tor-profit.
Unlike other states, New\ Jersey will not
allow patients to grow their own. Instead,
that \\ ill be handled by the centers that dis-
tribute marijuana. Patients will be tracked
and allowed to. bu\ only 2 ounces per
Only doctors who have ongoing rela-
tionships w, ith the patients swill be able to
,ippro\e marijiiani use for them. Only peo-
ple with certain medical conditions will be
allotted to use ('ancel. gl, aucomlla ,and ;.ny
prognosis ilithal gies tie p.alienl less that a
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ng pot sales
they would have their growing operations
located away froin the treatment centers
for security reasons. Their business plans
call for growing indoors so that harvesting
can be done year-round.
Stevens said town officials in the place
he wants to operate have accepted the idea,
but he's not yet ready to say where it
would be.
Pretty much the only thing he's made
public so far is a logo for his establish-
ment, called The Health Clinic and bear-
ing the not-so-subtle motto: "A HIGHER
standard of care."
Stevens, 37, said that 15 years ago,
when his father was dying from non-
Hodgkins lymphoma, a doctor suggested
marijuana to ease the pain. His dad refused
because it was illegal. Stevens thinks his
father may have tried it if it were legal.
The idea stuck with Stevens when he
worked as a funeral director and in med-
ical imaging, meeting patients and fami-
lies who said marijuana helped them.
"I don't smoke marijuana, to tell you the
truth," said Stevens, who lives in Vernon.
"1 was never into that. It's hard to believe,
1 know."
Both Stevens and Bays, who wants to
open her center in Asbury Park, envision
clinics where patients could get other serv-
ices - perhaps massage, acupuncture or
yoga classes.
In other states, that's one model. But
some dispensaries are more like stores;
others resemble cafes. It's not clear now
whether New Jersey might end up with a
full range of types of establishments.
The prospective sellers are now spend-
ing time puzzling through possible local
zoning requirements, learning what strains
of pot might ease pain and other medical
symptoms, and registering as nonprofits.
Stevens says he's secured donations of
fertilizer, hydroponics equipment and even
cash for an operation that he expects will
cost $2 million to launch.
Bays is working on a business plan with
a relatively low startup cost, but the ability
to expand fast. She's holding weekly tele-
conferences with members of her team.
including a nursing student who used to
work in a California dispensary.
And she's trying to avoid mere hobby-
ists. "I can't afford anybody who thinks
this is a kick." she said.
It all makes the pot business sound a lit-
tle like the business world she's seeking to

insurerss go into storm season with fingers crossed

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Florida's property insur-
ance companies * haven't
suffered hurricane losses
for nearly five years, but
many claim to be losing
money even while collect-
ing hefty premiums. It's a
complex paradigm for
almost anyone to follow.
"We keep going round
and round and we always
end up back at square one."
Agriculture Commissioner
Charles Bronson said with
a hint of frustration at a
recent Cabinet meeting.
Confusing as the formula
is, Florida regulators think
the Legislature came up
with part of the elusive
answer in the recently com-
pleted session and
Insurance Commissioner
Kevin McCarty is pushing
Gov. Charlie Crist to sign
their bill (SB 2044).
The legislation, its spon-
sor says, reduces regulatory
pressure on insurance corn-
panics and creates more
competition in the market-
place - a factor they hope
will stabilize rates for con-
"It's another step for-
ward in reforming property
insurance in the state," said
Sen. Garrett Richter, a
Republican hanker from
Naples who guided the
measure through the
recently completed legisla-
tive session.
"We'll probably need to

do it a couple more times
until we get this completely
turned in the right direc-
A longtime critic of' the
property insurance indus-
try. Crist remains uncertain
whether he's sign the legis-
He could, howe\ er. allows
it to become law without
his signature. Some feel
Crist has complicated the
problem, railing against
insurers as part of his pop-
ulist approach to winning
The industry claims to
have lost $7(0) million in
the high-risk Florida mar-
ket last year - even
though no
hurricanes hit the state.
They say revenues have
been cut roughly 30 per-
cent in the last three years
as a result of a rate rollback
ordered in a January 2007
special session simultane-
ously with a doubling of
discounts homeowners get
for hurricane mitigation
measures like shutters and
strapped roofs.
Profits have also been
dissipated by a variety of
other factors, including the
Bronson -also worries
about the state-hacked
Citizens Property
Insurance Corp.'s ability to
pay its claims if a major
storm struck, which would
increase costs for all other
Florida home or car policy
owners as they would get
with a surcharge.

Citi/ens is presently the
largest property insurer in
Florida with over 1 million
But getting a real 'fi\ to
Florida's proper tl\ iniuti
ance w's has c\ustcd ,1i
least two decades.
A resolution to propcrfi
insurance has eluded la\% -
makers since luriii.cane
Andrew in I002 sent shockk
waves through ,ni industry
It %was rocked again a
decade later b\ eight seri-
ois storms in 20(t and
2(X)5 thai resulted in im.inv
major private cari ers either
leaving the Sunshine Stite
or reducing the number of
policies the\ calr\.
"Florida remains a \.et\,
very tough place to do busi-
ness," said Locke Burt.
whose Ormond Beach-
based Securit\ First
Insurance is among one of
the more successful of the
three, dozen startups in
Florida in recent years.
"The homeowners market
is in very serious shape."
If Richter's bill does
become law. it would
reduce insurer expenses bv
restricting activities of pub-
lic adjusters, who were
blamed for thousands of
reopened cases after
Hurricane Wilma in 2005
that cost insurers millions
of dollars to resolve ques-
tionable claims.
Now adjusters will have
just three years to complete
a case instead of five and
the bill restricts how they
will be able to advertise.

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BP's top kill effort fails to plug oil leak

lit\ IHINNi I'K)I,' S
\'.,. *; I \li 1'1,i , \ \V' ll I , i
RO t I''I', I ., IP ai in tledc
dek eal Natal' ill its att.ll ipt to
plug th' uill' of NMexico oil leakl
bv puiiiipin' nuid into a busted
well, but said it's readying yet
another approach to figlit the
spill .ifter a series of failures.
B 1' Pl.tC Chief Operating
Officer Doug Suttles said .the
company determined the "top
kill" had failed after it spent
three days pumping heavy
drilling mud into the crippled
well 5.000 feet underwater.
More than 1.2 million gallons of
mud was used, but most of it
escaped out of the damaged
In the six weeks since the spill
began, the company has failed in
each attempt to stop the gusher,
as estimates of hos\' muIch is
leaking growM more dire. It's the
worst spill in U.S. history
exceeding even the l\xxon
Valde/ disaster in 1)80 off the
Alaska coast dumping
between IS million and 40 mnil
lion gallons into thie (ull,
according to goveronieit esti-
"'This scares everybody, the
fact thai we can't make this \\ell
stop flowing, thle fact that we
ha\ en'lt succeeded so far,"
Suttles said.
"'Nany of the things we're try
ing have been done on lthe sur-

Workers clein up oil residue along the beach in Port Fourchon, La. Saturday. - AP Photo/Joe C. Hong

ft.ce before, bit ht.i\e tiCes\r been
tried at 5t,000t feet."
The comipaim tailed in llie
days after the spill to liuse obol
subiitlali'nes to close \.\lies oil
thIe Iiassi\ t" blowout pie'lenItt
atop thie d(iii.iged siell. then two
weeks l.iitr ice like ci\s alsr
cloggced'i a 100t ttot box hlle c .oi
party tined placi o\er tlte IcAk.

liariei this week. engineers
IeCsmo\ed a mile loie' siphon tube
,tllel it sucked uip ,l dislappolinti
ing 00tt000 gallons ol oil lion
the u hslie'.
Sm miles said IP is .ilic.ild\
prepall, il- lor the niix' l .ittll ipt
to stop the leak that. be.iii
ale i llhe l')cep\, itei lHoti/on
dl llin-g rig exp\lodd in April.

killing II people.
Thle company planIs (to use
robot submalriles to cut off the
dauagedtl riscr from which the
oil is leaking, and then try toi cap
it sitlth contiainmiilent valsve. The
Celo rt is expected to take
between l Iiour and seven days.
"We'ie confident the job will
wsork but obviously we can't

uiiranitee success," Suttles said
nof li new plan, declining to
handicap the likelihood it will
lHe said that cutting off the
damaged riser isn't expected to
cause the flow rate of leaking oil
to increase significantly.
The permanent solution to the
leak, a relief well currently
being drilled, won't be ready
until August, BP says.
Experts have said that a bend
in the damaged riser likely was
restricting the flow of oil some-
what, so slicing it off and
installing a new containment
valve is risky.
"If they can't get that valve
on, things will get much worse,"
said Philip W. Johnson, an engi-
neering professor at the
University of Alabama.
Johnson said he thinks BP can
succeed with the valve, but
added: "It's a scary proposition."
Word that the top-kill had
failed hit hard in the fishing
community of Venice, La., near
where oil first made landfall in
large quantities almost two
weeks ago.
"Everybody's starting to real-
ize this summer's lost. And our
whole lifestyle might be lost,"
said Michael Ballay, the 59-
year-old manager of the Cypress
Cove Marina.

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Thousands of immigration law opponents march in AZ

A- e\ I \it |l l'li< " \'K iS K

PHOENIX -- Thousands of people
from around the country\ marched to the
Arizona state Capitol on Sallurda.i to'
protest the state's tough nest crackdosmil
on illegal inunigr'ation.
Marchers carrying signs, banners .aiid
flags from tlie U'nited States and Mexict,
filled a five-mile stretch ofl cenltial
Phoenix. Dozens ot police officers lined
the route, and helicopters homered o\er
Police declined to estimated the si/e of
the crowd, but it appeared at least 10.000
to 20,000 protesters braced temperatures
that were forecast to reach 0'5 degrees bs
mid-afternoon. O(rg1nii3ers said the's
expected ithe dleitonisIliltini to hIring .s
ianl\ ai 5 ,000) people,
Opponents of lithe la suspended their
box cott aga>insl Aitrion and biled n 11 p1

tester tiflom around the countli. . Sonmet
used or caidboard signs to pi
tect theii tace's froi i the sun. Volutitt'ci
handed o011 water bottles liCit0 tihe bed's Ot
pickup trucks. .ind ori.inii eis slt up three
w\.tlei stlions .ilonti thle route
Abotl 20 people wele trtie.d t l f hie'.1 or
la.itl tie rel.itled s5 mtplo)i1 , .itnd i c\Cin' of
tlilt n we\\ e I t.iknc to .1 lhospita.l. , aid
Pholnix police spokmaniii.i, Si[ loStniiii
1'liompsoni lti'is weC\\ .'c no .l i e'lst ,'it othcii
imlcdelt,., he s JAid
Ilh ll.iL s 'N oppontiiilts, .Ailso g.ilithi d c el
\\here. A'\botu 't00 people I alliedd .11 the
['e\ , t',tpilol iln A-\tliln. and Ainothe I HI i
people piotestc'd at it te [ S\ inI
M exico C'(,t\ dc ti ,ttdi le t;. tt.iotn lot
uindotcuin tenlc d lexic\l nu, 'I i keis n li the
I lin led St.itt's
"\l .ik ' i t ! . h.l\ t '!.hi\n , ,cil : ' ::,< ii. :'
tiCe ti ,l i %d we \,i' II\ln , simIt di up .111,
spicak out oni lhit behtll, ud H \ii.i
A\iellaino. \lo \ .0ined ilnitnt onlCi! ,I'lln

tiotn ll 2I00 w\ heln he \\i s deported with-
oul her 1 .,S. cili/en soin.
In ilaicli:co. groupss planned to
pio iest t fit .\ /iiona I)iaiiiondbacks'
,itie .',itn tiit' (h ilthan s S ltuldaiv nighl.
Suppoi.l es l t\ An/onai's lraw t\pect to
diis' thlouis.iids tlo . i.ill \ o tJheir o\\n
Situid.i\ I \'C iinu\i .1 . bIaseball xII adltim in
siuibl'rii le pe, eiticouiiagitng like-minid-
,d \iien .itins to "bus\col" Ai'tiona i b
pl. iiiiiril' \ .ic.ilto iris iIn lit'
('l< ', 1l ifithe sel to IAike c lectl .lul\
2 . ,,,i\ 1 u alt lv iCels tIspasics and
could lcad to i.icii.l 1piotilig Its support-
is s. A\ Anlon.i is tr11-ln fo e1l0orce imnmi-
1i .ton l.w s becaiusC the fCeder.l cgoern-
i menltl hai lt.ilcd to ido so.
IThe lIw rM tquliiies that police coitnductingi
11,t!i. , lops, oi quiLt'ilItI iii' people about
\, .'--i l," l<';'.i] \i o nlsilii'n ,i-k them ,ibotlt
ithli. iiiiiin lr.itont status it there is 'rea-
sin.ii'le suspicion" that lhe\'re in the
So'iinI i IIll ,.ill\

Supporters of the law insist racial profil-
ing will not be tolerated, but civil rights
leaders worry that officers will still
assume illegal immigrants are Hispanic.
"I don't think that this law is American.
I think it's discriminatory." said Chelsea
alistead. a 20-year-old college student
from Flagstaff. "I'm offended by it
because this is a nation founded by immi-
Some marchers chanted "si se puede," a
phrase coined by Hispanic civil rights
leader Cesar Chavez that roughly means
"yes we can." Others took aim at President
Barack Obama. demanding that he priori-
tize comprehensive immigration reform
that would create a pathway to citizenship
for illegal immigrants now in the country.
"Obama. listen, we are in the fight." they
chanted in Spanish. A handful of protest-
ers also carried a massive banner that read:
"Where's the change? Mr. President how
can we trust you for re-election?"

Wal-Mart makes splashy price cuts

APl ' Ri I\!It W.i NI 1!

NEW YORK - Wal-Mart is counlt-
ing on SI kclchuip hiottles and sub $4
cases to, Coke to get its losw-price 1110t
The sharp cuts at its C.S. Walmart
stores, which cainme ahead of Memorial
Day weekend, have already' pushed
rivals such as Target into price wars.
And the inarkdowns are expected to
keep coming throughout the summer.
They're one of the boldest moves
the world's largest retailer is making to
turn around sluggish business at its
U.S. namesake chain and win back
shoppers from rivals. The cuts aren't
across the store but target 22 foods and
other essentials at ai average savings
of 30 percent - splashy enough to get
attention and perhaps change percep-
tions. The world's largest retailer is
also restoring ilents like certain soups
and laundry detergent it stopped carry-
ing when it Iried to dcclitler its stores.


the commission's requests for revi
sion from Thursday's workshop. Staff
will then consul (City Attorney Frank
BonduralNnt before completing a for-i
raliz/ed list of proposals, which will
be presented to lie commission for a
vote in July.
Among the many issues addressed,
there were specific discussions about
"bandit" signs, main street signs, tlig
ital signs, and city z/oiing districts as
they pertain to signage.
Bandit signs temporary signs
placed on wooden slakes or wire sup-
ports that are driven into lthe ground
with a piece of cardboard attached ---
were discussed in some detail
Many allendees took issue with the
currently regulations on lthe amount of'
time lie signs could lie up, and the
process of oblaiinin, permission lor
Iheir Crecliotn.
Crrenly. lycity code allowss for bant
dit signs ito he eClt'ted lotr period nolt
Ith exceed live days, oncite a year. Inl
addition, in orlei erectl tli sign, a
person iiilsl obtain penriiission Irolii
thlie properly owner, mand nolify thi
M municipal Developintiil i )epailliitl
al l;ieas live business days inll advance..
Comlltissioner .n101111 Robetls said
this is thie lype o l I;ngu t lie li lds fo
hC (io reslriclivc. IRobert)c s reqitiestl
thal ihCe permission process lhe del'I
Dcaln liade Roberts aware lulal hlle
permission process wias intlelledts as
way ofl liM kin i 1' litc iit i'mber of days
lirh sir'is i' pii t'i Ih ''owevei. cily
al;il d id , I mii lnenid l ii.lll, lIe
(od li h i ;1'llin Otih Ii'.t hs Io ' ter''Ictd
livre IliV', 111iriI'ly, ;is olppostled

Ill's also pushing imoiet h.isti cl thing
snich as stocks and titdrif eC'i l talltc puti
ting tti fltuch locus on tiend lc, titns
that didn't sill.
WaNl Mart \\.is lone 'l the It\\ bn'l
licianems \w heill the C t Ci Ric-si'oni
beanl, t.s shioppeis niiidd don\n to
isave moni \. NNo\\ it"', s i, li rni tioublic
keeping ciistonlll s i1l a slo\\ I '\ IC LO\
ring econom\.t, Cash strappet si op
pers are lcokimtg else here to belteiiL
dealCs such as dollar sitoI ans d local
grocery chains. And somlle \\wealtlici
customers, feeling more flush. aret
starting to head back to tlie mall.
Wal-Mart. which leneiatled moret
than ,S400) billion in r\elltnue illn 2X{ .
hias blamed stubbornly high linein-
plovymenit and tight credit for adding
cvertn morle financial strain on its blue-
collar customers. sole of w hom have
limited atcces to financial services andi rIunning otil of utneintployNIeItl betn-
efits. Bul it also takes part otf thi blame
for our straight quarters o declinell s ill
Crellnue t l c iWallart stores opt'in at ileas

iannuattiilly. Th id'iscussion llthen nioedl
Ilfrom handit sigs to main stlieel signs
business signs oiln slor'e'ronis rin
downlotns Marialnntia.i
Withll many variance requests stub
milled to lthe coi'niission due specify
icallv to these rc'ulalions. city staflI
maldt a proposal lor a i'\\ amend-t
The cuiretil allowaihle lengtIh is
one11 half fhiotl ior t'eveI' li'inear fool o(
store fIroliag 'e. w ithi a liiixiinili i niiui1i
her of Iwo lines of lettering pier sign.
The tolal allowable signage should he
no more tlihan 35 percent oi lheC stlilare'
f'oolage of lithe billing's front.
Cily stlalf proposed changing lithe
allowaIbl'lengilh to I0hree-fourlths of a
fool for every linear foot of frontage.
They also proposed dtlling the'
resiriclion on i(wo lines of lt'lerinmt
per sign.
I however, hic Main Sit eel
Marianna board olf directlos dis
agreed,, aid requested ihe laiilnguageC
i're'laiin as is.
Mayor Paiill I)onlo o ,Jr. said lit'
would plWler lto ' o wiIll Ihie reco'ii
nieitlalion l thlie Main Stree'tl board.
"litelor M ain i reelS tl, i IiosIol llf t
sigiinit' \v;is too i hi and i laun (t'ellici.
Aesthlltically, it looked horrt'ldous;,
I )oiolo sirl. "Thial hitoir liais done
loi \wil Ilhi dl t 'dii lw n ar i t'i ; li I Ilism
Ilhei recin uinciiutiialioii."
Anoltlir mnijoil lo ic disct sscd \\ias
i Change ill restrictions to fIreestatl
ing signs a sign sIuppolnted on lltIh
grounild by poles or hacest', and lntl
allachl'd i o any building.
ThI proposed clial' i StC i ns t ilitiCit',
lih ' si/r' limilinl fioni 'lI s nlin I nt'l ll
si'il ;i a. t o 'l i I s, qilil r Ocl lot .illI

to get mojo back
, \ Ae. IC irll', .a kc\ indkicatlo ot a
elt.iileit ' hIe llth.
"\\,al is .ill about price, .indl
theC\ 'i ll .ibout onlt stop shol ppinp g.
Tllhose ic e lhe kt\ iitt.'uedienits." '
S l kh uct lihtiIni,. .1 l IneI ,I etill ,n.I l\ Ist
ho noli teichi esi linitnce I ,i l .11S t
I ours I. miL\ isit\. "'No . \ou kind of
sIti.tktchi \our lead ,ild \\oide tl t il ihcl
o t Iheii ,rit ti t l ."' "\V al Mi n liha.s m ide
A. lot of noise,. bu tcustomters \wa\ it to
see it itn lit stoit'e." lhe continued.
Delonrls lHarr . "2. of Ridgewas\.
S.C.. said slie pulled back 'Irotm food
shopping ,rt \Vl-Man in tlhe last \ear
because chains sIch as Food l-ion
\ were offertin ecn better deals.
"Sollme of lthe stuff i't that chea'"p
said Harri, \\I ho picked tip 10 ears of
corn lfor ,52 iand hlmbiurger rolls for t)t
cents atl Food Lion on Friday. But the
24-pack of Coke for $5 a Wal-NMart
caughtli her attention 'lursday night on
;r ruin to bi\ l\lenol. Shl grabbed' it
and pl.ti'nned to go back Frid.i\ to pick
tip deals oin clCeaning supply's

('onilinu'd Froiii Pl'ie' I A

si /lns /onedl ii a, milled
IuseC or public insitiltlioIn MitI rIec
alion district.
II this w\iee Io pass. a Ml.ri.inna
church tliha iretniiesetl \ariance for
their new\ church silgn w\\ould Ie able
to erecl it
The Church of (lod b\ Faiih on
Orange Streel it n Marianius ias,
tlenit'd a \l riilnce abouil a iontli agio.
;alltei spenldi ig , 0.000 oll its new si n,.
( 'olluiissioni .liam s W\ ise , lso
said llt al. ,is itl i claies io si'tinail''.c lle
ee't's it is unfair lihal fhiall ol l aI l ta\ llc
Street is /oiined coming racial. iiltd liC
ollihc hall mixed luse.
"Tltis plts r' stictiotns on those in
the mlixtd use district. as far as si!'
inagei is concerned, ;itd l II don't think
ial's lair." \W ise said. "It's coniintIer
cial on the other side, w lihether \\we like
it or niol."
Co0uiissioneCr Roberts also sugi
gest'ld tIhait the billboards on

:I t't'd .
V tillIs Siit'i1e1t' of Ithe blusilt ss
t'o ni lii ti arspoke fl t ir nit il c 't' llts
;iloul whll liidl been distcusst'd Most
loiiltl llh i's wlit lilo s lt o iaitsh. miid
lsaid (I Nt'\ \\o ild ii llc i t.\le will' tl irt
I Ib businesses ( ,I IL ,s kl.i) I lcl e I It esItli, '
lions inecess' a\ i Ior m ilnainiiniii lhe
Iuialitl ol lilt'.
Nlost atllti 't's .Iskt'd lite ioarId to
he "pio bliusiCess \\hN i considetlin"!
ch.ingi's (Io lit'e odliiince
\ ii h ll nollhinl d' ii I ilec IedI
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.J.ckson Co'unlIy Vaultl and
Momiiitien t f Marianna.
NIlcs \\,as able to replace
lih et'iri.l flame. .ind cvtn
add benches toi make it
11 Vore l ,f n hol nol t r \ s1 e.
Tile icdestigtn cosied
tmort1 lthln S.0t00.)
Since then. Miles has
been the one maintaining
the site and being sure the
tame is al\\ways lit.
However. Miles recently
requested that count\ per-
sonnel take over the
replacement of bulbs for
the flame., which the county
commission agreed to do.
"In my old age. it's start-
ing lo get hard for mie to do


"So mtan\ people view'
dc \elopule as making
heir lives worse, as a bad
thing," le said. "We want to
build and develop places
\\ here people want lo be.
;andt so he'll l also talk about
Tunii says with Antmerican
die\eopllntel t'atering to
lica\ v automobile use, it
makes the tenironlmentit
"'very unsatisfying."
Tltyn has spent signii-
catl lime abroad observing
and colmparing develop-
lment' patterns, and says cere
Inin foreignll patllters make
noi more entjoyable surl
"1 uropetn palltterns,
specifically. are mIluch more
satisfying, Think of ho'w


Faunily friend Janice
Cloud stepped in to arrange
the Z,,xb\h's donation.
Clod'I said party platters
can i called In ahead oft
linme. ior t(lose who waIt to
lielp tIe It'een and her family.
Cloud said it is important
ulno to noutn u' to uolifv resiart
iintl stall hll t tlIe platter

Continued From Page 1A

it myself. So I asked if the
county would lake respon-
sibility for the bulb replace-
nment. which they gracious-
1s agreed to." he said.
Miles served in the Air
Force from 1956 to 1977.
Hle served mainly during
the \ietnam war and was
not only flying, but also
served side by side with
ground soldiers.
"The replacement of the
eternal flame was just
something I had to do."
Miles said. "I wanted to
ensure that the veterans.
their wives and all others
knew that they were appre-

Continued From Page lA

much Americans spend to
travel there to soak up their
surroundings. that
European atmosphere,"
Tuyn said.
"Although we \will never
be Europe or want to be.
it's about creating places of
distinction: places that are
satisfying to the people
who reside there."
The program \will be
focused on thle future of
development and town
planning throughout the
country, but particularly in
Florida, and more specifi-
cally in Florida's small
All are invited to attend
both ltie regular breakfast
program as well as the spe-
cial workshop following.

Continued From Page IA

receipts are to be included in
the benefit.
People who wish to make
outright contributions can
write out checks to. Amber
Sell, and send them to
Cloud's business, 1 lairwsorks
in Chattahoochee, IOR
Iecal'tur St.. Chattahoochee,
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The Floridan's


Terrific 10

Valerie D'Ambrosio- Cottondale

Kayla Kelly- Sneads

Hali Stout- Marianna

Taylor McDaniel- Graceville

Cara McCormic- Malone

Cayce Griffin- Marianna

Allison Hutton- Marianna

Aleisha Edenfield- Sneads

Pictured are the members of the Floridan's Terrific 10 All-County
softball team for 2010. Ten players were chosen by the Floridan
staff to comprise the All-County team. The players were chosen
on the basis of performance during the 2010 high school soft-
ball season. The team is comprised of Karissa Childs of Sneads,
Shaquel Johnson of Graceville, Valeria D'Ambrosio of
Cottondale, Cara McCormic of Malone, Kayla Kelly of Sneads,
Cayce Griffin of Marianna, Kayla Kelly of Sneads, Allison
Hutton of Marianna, and Taylor McDaniel of Graceville. Childs
was named Player of the Year. Only Stout and Edenfield are
repeat members of the All-County squad. Honorable mention
includes Brandi Middleton of Marianna, Kayla Rabon of
Sneads, Samantha Brainerd of Cottondale, Liza Johnson of
Graceville, Mallory Dean of Marianna, Venisha Hearns of
Malone, Whitney Lipford of Marianna, Haley Boggs of
Cottondale, Kelly Leuenberger of Graceville, , Linsey Basford of
Marianna, Sara Newsom of Malone, Jennifer Cramer of
Marianna, DeAnne Berry of Sneads, Kaylee Vaughn of
Graceville, Abby Calloway of Malone, Jolie Johnson of Sneads,
Jennifer Hewett of Cottondale, and Mya Boykin of Marianna. -
Photos by Mark Skinner/Floridan

Shaquel Johnson- Graceville

Player of the year: Karissa Childs- Sneads

The Jackson County Floridan
presents the "Terrific 10" girls
wfhuall team, honoring the best
softball players from Jackson
County during the 2010 high
school .,o'fiall season.
The Floridan staff picked 10
girls based on their performance
during the 2010 high school sea-
Player of the Year: *Karissa
Childs, Sneads
Childs starred in the circle and
at the plate for the Lady Pirates
in 2010, leading Sneads to the
regional finals of the 2A state
She finished the year with a
record of 11-3, with a 1.62 ERA,
114 strikeouts to merely 10
walks in 103 2/3 innings pitched.
Offensively, she batted .362
with 34 hits, 30 runs, 10 doubles,
and a .509 on-base percentage.
Shaquel Johnson, Graceville
The senior shortstop was out-
standing in 2010, batting .481
with three home runs, five

triples. 21 RBI. 23 runs, a .571
on-base percentage, and a .904
slugging percentage.
She also stole eight bases.
struck out only seven times all
year, and had 33 put-outs and
four double plays defensively.
Hali Stout, Marianna
The junior was everything
needed in a pitching ace this sea-
son., winning 15 of 20 decisions,
and posting a stellar 0.82 ERA.
She also struck out 100 batters,
while walking only 22 in 127 1/3
Offensively, Stout balted .442
with 23 runs, 12 RBI, with a .522
on-base percentage, and nine
stolen bases.
Valerie D'Ambrosio,
Although the Lady Hornets
struggled in 2010, D'Ambrosio
did not, batting .471 with 32 hits,
16 RBI, a .532 on-base percent-
age, and a .559 .lii. eiii percent-
age, leading the (cami each cate-
13ut it was on the hasepaths

that she did the most damage.
stealing a whopping 34 hases in
35 attempts.
Cara McCormic, Malonei
The junior catcher was the
heart of the ILady Tigers team in
2010. leading the team with a
,.570 batting average, with 38
RBI, 10 doubles, and two triples.
Defensively, she caught 13
runners stealing, and had 12 put-
Cayce Griffin, Marianna
The Lady Bulldogs catcher
was force al the plate and behind
it in 2010.
The junior batted .460 with t40
hits, three home runs, three
triples, 12 doubles, and 25 RBI.
while posting a .510 on-base
'percentage and a .770 slugging
Griffin also had a team-lead-
ifig fielding percentage of .994
and only one error all season,.
Kayla Kelly, Sneads
Kelly was one of the lop
offensive producers for the Lady
Pirates all year, battling .337 and

leading the team in hits (35).
runs (31). doubles (,1). triples
(2). and home runs (3).
She also posted a .463 on-base
percentage, and a team-best .546
slugging percentage.
Taylor McDaniel, Graceville
The only freshman on the All-
County team. McDaniel earned
her honors by consistently deliv-
cring at the plate. batting .420
with three home runs and 19
R 131.
She also posted a team-high
.580 on-base percentage, and a
.7201 slugging percentage," sec-
ond only to Johnson on the Lady
Allison Ilutlon, Marianna
The ILady Bulldogs' only sen-
ior starter in 2010. Hutton was
among ithe team's most consis-
teni performers.
She batted .479 on the year
with two home runs, while lead-
ing the team in hits (45). RBI
(33) runs (36), doubles (12). and
triples (5). while committing
only one error in the outfield.

Aleisha Edenfield, Sneads
Like her pitching mate,
Childs. Edenfield contributed
both in the circle and at the plate.
She finished 10-5 with a 2.91
ERA and 93 strikeouts to just 27
walks, while also compiling 29
hits, 31 runs. two home runs, and
a 491 on-base percentage.
Honorable mention
Brandi Middleton of
Marianna. Kayla Rabon of
Sneads. Samantha Brainerd of
Cottondale. Liza .lohnson of
Graceville. Mallory Dean of
Marianna. Venisha Hearns of
Malone. Whitney Lipford of
Marianna. lialey B'i .-, of
Cottondale, Kelly Leuenberter
of Graceville. , Linsey Basford
of Marianna. Sara Newsom of
Malone. Jennifer Cramer of
Marianna. DeAnne Berry of
Sneads. Kaylee Vaughn of
Graceville. Jennifer Hewett of
Cottondale. Abby Calloway of
Malone. Jolie Johnson of
Sneads, and Mya Boykin of

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New Lady 'Dore

Graceville Lady Tigers softball player Shaquel Johnson signs a letter-of-intent to
play for the Gulf Coast Community College Lady Commodores in a ceremony
Thursday morning at Graceville High School. Johnson is joined by her father,
Willie McClain, mother, Staclia McClain, brother, Cameron McClain, and
Graceville softball coach Joshua Graham. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

Grand Ridge tops Zaxby's 7-3
mo tme N (.-t LH FNt\I

O'Zone action moved
away. from Optimist Park
on Thursday night with
Zaxby's traveling to Grand
Ridge to take on the
It was the home team
coming away with the 7-3
win behind the pitching of
Mason Jackson, ' Dustin
Shaw, and Kade Chatwood.
Taking the mound for
Zaxby's was Ryan Reed,
who gave way to Max\\
Harrell and Jake Datfin to
close out the game.
In the top of the first
inning, Reed reached on an
error at first, then stole sec-
ond and third.
A single by Daffin
scored Reed, but Datffin
'was out trying to stretch it
to a double.
Harrell singled but \\as
left stranded when two bat-
ters went down on strikes.
Steven Mantecon led
things off for Grand Ridge
in the bottom of the inning
by reaching first on an error
at second.
A walk put runners at
first and second, but a pair
of strikeouts followed. A
fielder's choice got the run-

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Zaxby's Landon Thorpe throws a ball to first during an
O'Zone League baseball game earlier this year Grand
Ridge defeated Zaxby's 7-3 on Thursday night in
Grand Ridge. - Floridan File Photo

ner at third to end the
inniing with /Z.,by's up 1 -ll
Z.aoby's w ent do\I n in
order in the lop of the se1c
ond inllniln.
Blake Jolinson doubled
to start things oIl for
Ridge iIn its liall of ithe
Chatmwood s,icEnt iced

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compete lor the national championship.
The Bulldogs (48-11) gave coach Lu
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Youtli Soccer Camp
The Marianna
Optimist Youth Soccer
Camp will run from June
7-11 front 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. at Optimist Park.
The camp is for ages
18 and under. For more
information, call Dr. Tuta
at 850-557-3481, or call
the Marianna Recreation
Department at 850-482-

Chipola Area Gator
Club Scholarships
The Chipola Area
Gator Club is offering
college scholarships for
students from Jackson,
Calhoun, and
Washington Counties.
Deadline to apply is
June 1. Please send to
ChipolaArea Gator Club
Scholarship, 3073 4th
Street, Marianna, Fla.

Chipola Baseball
Chipola College will
hold a pitching camp
from June 14-15, and a
hitting camp from June
16-17 at Chipola Field
from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
each day.
Registration will be
from 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.
on the first day of each
camp, with cost at $100.
For more information,
contact Chipola assistant
coach Brent Shelton at

Cottondale Fire and
Rescue softball tourney
The Cottondale Fire
Department will have its
first Cottondale Fire and
Rescue Softball
Tournament on June 26-
27 at city fields.
Teams should be regis-
tered by June 22, with
money due the day of the
There will be an entry
fee of $200 per team.
Teams will need to
provide their own equip-
ment and balls.
All proceeds will go to
the Cottondale Fire
For more information,
call assistant chief Trey
Bolton at 850-573,-6219,
or chief Josh Williams at

C.H.A.M.P. Camp
The C.H.A.M.P. Camp
is a two-day non-contact
football camp -that will
be held at Graceville
High School on July 8-9.
The camp is for
campers ages 10-17 from
Greater Northwest
The camp will stress
football fundamentals,
speed and agility, and
instill the ,core values:
Character, Heart,
Attitude, Motivation and
Pride. Campers will
receive expertise from
former NFL and colle-
giate players, great local
coaches, and other posi-
tive influences.
For further informa-
tion including registra-
tion and sponsorship
details, please visit us at
or email to info@heart-

Spurrier visits
Panama City Beach
Mariott Bay Point will
host former Florida and
current South Carolina
football coach Steve
Spurrier on June 3 at
5:30 p.m. at the
Conference Center.
The coach will be
speaking to youth and
families at a Holy
Nativity Episcopal
School fundraiser.
Admission is $55 for
guests ages 12 and up,
$25 for kids ages 3-10,
and free for those under

age 3.
For more information,
please call 850-747-
0060, or e-mail hnesp-

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Wittels extends hitting

streak to 53 games

Till' A',''0t l\n ii In

Garret Willtels used a
headfirst slide to keep his
hitting streak alive. It
helped extend Florida
International's season as
Wittels pushed his hitting
streak to 53 games, five
away from Robin Ventura's
NCAA Division I record,
with an infield single
Saturday in the eighth
inning of FlU's game
against Florida Atlantic in
the Sun Belt Conference
tournament at
Murfreesboro, Tenn.
FlU wound up getting
four runs in the eighth, win-
ning' the game 11-9 and
clinching a spot in
Sunday's title game with a
guaranteed spot in the
NCAA tournament at stake.
"Down two runs in the
eighth inning, I was going
up to bat knowing 1 needed
to be a baserunner," Wittels
said by phone after the
game. "1I looked over at
coach (Turtle) Thomas, he
just said, 'Get a hit,' and 1

decided right then I wasn't
going to chase aniiythiniig out
of the /one."
Wittels worked a 2 10
county , then hit a fastball off
FA l J pitcher Taylor
Everist's glove.
"One of the hardest balls
I ever hit," said Wittels,
who finished I for 5. "And
just out of the excitement, I
decided to dive headfirst
into the base. I didn't even
know if their guy had a
play. I don't even know if
there.was a throw."
The excitement didn't
stop there. The next FlU
batter, Jeremy Patton, put
the Golden Panthers ahead
for good with a three-run
home run.
Back in Miami, where
FlU is based, Wittels was
even a pregamle conversa-
tion topic in the Florida
Marlins' clubhouse.
"You've got to be locked
in' to have one for 53
ganies," Marlins leadoff
hitter Chris Coghlan said
Saturday. "It doesn't matter
what level. It's definitely a
See STREAK, Page 4B >

New 'Nole cheerleader

Laira Michelle Skipper, a 2010 graduate of Graceville High School, has been
selected to cheer on the 2010-11 Florida State Seminoles Co-ed Cheerleading
Squad. Laira has been a cheerleader for the past six years at Graceville High
School and is excited to cheer at FSU. Laira is the daughter of Larry and
Sherri Skipper of Graceville. - Contributed Photo
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Celtics try to regroup for NBA finals

Tin As.x \in L Rt;

BOSTON - Rajon
Rondo hit the deck hard,
grimacing after being
fouled. Glen Davis played
through dizziness from a
concussion. Rasheed
Wallace put up with a
painful back.
The Boston Celtics sure
could use some time off.
Now they're getting it
with a five-day break
between games before
starting the final drive
toward their goal - a sec-
ond NBA championship in
three years and an 18th in
club history, more than any
other team.
Coach Doc Rivers gave
his players two days off
after their dominating per-
fonnance Friday night with
the wounded and 1 woozd
Rondo, Davis and Wallace
helping in a 96-84 win over
the Orlando Magic.
Boston led by at least 12
points throughout the sec-
ond half and clinched the
Eastern Conference title in
six games. The NBA finals
begin Thursday night at the
Los Angeles Lakers or
Phoenix Suns. Los Angeles
led the West finals 3-2
heading into Saturday
night's game in Phoenix.
Paul Pierce could use a
respite from the battering
he took driving to the hoop
in the physical series with
the Magic.
"I know I need it." said
Pierce, the star of the
clincher with 31 points and
13 rebounds. "I've got a
couple injuries that I kind
of want to cure. ... Just
minor stuff like foot. back,
stuff like that. But nothing
major for me. you know.
Running into Dwight
Howard really doesn't help
your body."
. Late in the third quarter
of Game 5, Davis, known

as "Big Baby," was leveled
by an inadvertent elbow to
the face from Orlando's
muscular center under
Boston's basket.
Dazed. he struggled to
his feet slowly then zig-
zag.W d upcourt on rubbery
legs before falling into the
arms of referee Joe\y
Craw ford near midcourt.
Two days later, Davis con-
tributed points, 7
rebounds and a block in 17
"I was kind of ditty a lit
tie bit because of the loud
noise and just the adrena-
line." he said after Friday's
win. "Then I kind of
slowed down. I just
thought, just go out there
and play."
Rondo was t flted by
Jason Williams, while driv-
ing to the b.isket Hostl, n'
point gu.iid landed aw k-
wardly on his back and
stayed down, then got up
slowly and sank two free
throws for the last po|iints of
the first quarter and a 310-19
Celtics lead.
"He's going to be OK."
Rivers said. "I'm more
concerned with Rasheed,
honestly. Rasheed got tight.
You could see it. I w ill say
this about Rasheed and
'Baby.' Neither one til them
was in great shape."
Wallace played only 12
scoreless minutes but had
three rebounds. The backup
forward, who has emerged
as a major contributor in
the playoffs. had left the
previous game with back
spasms and tweaked his
back again Friday.
"Rasheed could not
move," Rivers said. "but
we have time. So I think by
Thursday we'll be good."
There also are some
minor injuries - Kendrick
Perkins' right wrist and
Tony Allen's right ankle.
And Marquis Daniels
missed Friday's game after

sustaining a concussion
"I'm glad we're going to
get done and get some
rest," Rivers said. "That
may be the most important
thing going into the next
None of those ailments
are as devastating as the
single injury that hurt the
Celtics last season. Kevin
Girnett missed thie p layoffs
\\ ith a bad knee and Bostoni
was eliminated by Orlando
in seven games in hlie
Eastern semifinals.
He avoided injury Friday
when lie and J.J. Redick
pursued a loose ball and
fell into the crowd with
Gamett landing on top of
the Orlando guard.


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Jigs or minnows: the great compromise

As hlong as thercare i crappiic fishermen
in the world, they will always fight over
which is the best bait If)r their all tlinc
favorite fish, Is it the jig or is it ih e mill
now? Personally speaking, I have noi idea
which one I'd choose. I've been a panlfish-
erinan since tile tender age of four and
have always failed to . .. .
catch crappies on both
minnows anid jigs with
equal consistency.
The jig is so versa-
tile, jig fishermen pas- f ,, i
sionately avow. It can iL
be fished in countless
ways using a variety of
The U.S. Army once
even included fishing Bob Kornegay
jigs in soldiers' sur-
vival kits. Granted, that is a testament to
versatility, but I'll just bet if the soldiers
had 'a choice they'd prefer more Vienna
sausages and a few extra soda crackers. If
this practice is still in effect, I just hope the
Army tells its non-angling recruits the jigs
are for fishing, not eating.
Versatile though they are, jigs won't

work whensli you simliply cast tltlit outl ,tnid
allow lliem to hau)', suspended lineat: i the
You know, like a worii or a cricket, for
instance. No, the jig must be employed in
sollme malnnler requiring effort and a mini-
nmum of skill on the part of the angler
which serves to make the jig appear life-
like. On the other hand, 'a minnow
impaled on a #4 hook provides its own
motion, making it an ideal bait for those
too lazy or uncoordinated to move a rod up
and down and crank a reel handle at the
same time. However, on the other other
hand, crappie fishermen don't have to
worry about keeping their jigs alive and
free-swimming during a fishing trip.
The only thing that will "kill" a plastic
jig is a good dose of direct sunlight, which
turns the lure into gooey syrup in a matter
of minutes. That and the occasional chain
pickerel or bowl'in or snapping turtle that
sinks its teeth into one. There is also the
occasional small child who thinks a plastic
jig's color resemiibles closely that of a bag
of assorted (Guiine W\orms.
Also, it is rarely necessary for one to go
out and catch his own jigs, as is sometimes

the case. with iihilinows.
Passing iiiotorists iare apt to stop and
gawlk and slicker at lthe sight of a grown
llian struggling to untangle a minnow
seine while up to his neck ini a roadside
creek. I once drew a huge crowd that
stayed and watched my efforts for the bet-
ter part of an hour.
The onlookers were morbidly fascinated
as I paused every few minutes to pull
leeches from my outer extremities. The
grand finale came when I accidentally
trapped a large brown snake in the net.
A bit of natural history: It's uncanny
how a common brown water snake resem--
bles an angry cottonmouth in muddy
water. It's even more uncanny how fast a
57-year-old, out-of-shipe minnow-catcher
canll move when properly motivated.
Fish, even willing-to-bite crappies, are
often choosey about hait color. IHere is
where jig fishelClien have a strong argu-
nentll. Jigs are found in all colors imnagina-
ble. Miniit v .lines are decidedly limited.
)ne may, on occasion, see purple, red. or
charlricuse miiinvnows, but only after a night
of copious di inking.
Or perhaps in Iflowing water directly

downstream Itoin a chemiical or nuclear
. power plant. When it comes to jigs and
minnows, I guess I'm angling's answer to
I lenry Clay, the Great Compromiser.
I believe the truly serious crappie
angler would be remiss if he ventured out
on the lake or river without an adequate
supply of both live and artificial baits. I
always make it a point to do just that,
armed on every fishing trip with both min-
now bucket and well-stocked jig box. Be
prepared, as both Bob and Boy Scouts
always say.
"After all," I mentioned to my buddy
Cletus Monroe the other day, "jigs and
minnows both catch their share of crappies
every year, and if I'm going to call myself
a crappie fisherman 1 figure it pays to have
both baits otin hand."
"Right you are, Iloss," ('lete replied.
And it's a natural-born fact you are one
pure-dee crappie fisherman. Matter of
fact, you might he just about the crappiest
fisherman I ever met.-
I hlin. Was I just discussing the pros and
cons of live and artificial bait'? When are
they going to invent artificial fishing part-


Bass are very good.
Topwater fishing is produc-
ing good results all over the
lake. The best fish are in
the grass and the best
grasslines are those where
shad schools are present.
When the early morning
topwater bite slows, try a.
soft jerkbait in the grass.
Cast directly into the
grass and allow the lure to
fall into pockets and open-
ings. Fish slowly as the
daytime temperature
increases. Crappies are
good. Fish for them in
moderately deep water off
the channels with live min-
nows. Bream remain
active, especially early and
late in the day, in and
around the shallow, sandy
feeding areas. ylvbrids are
fair late in the afternoon
and catfish are slow.
Bass fishing is good. Fish
spinnerbaits in grassy areas
near schools of shad.
Also, the spinnerbait and
medium-running crankbait
bite is good around rip-rap
and similar structure.
Late in the day, move out
to the channel drops and
brushpiles for some fair
largemouth action.
Flipping wood cover is
another good technique at
present. Crappies are fair to
good in spots.
Moderately large schools
maybe found near creek
mouths and around deep
structures such as bridge
pilings. Minnows and jigs

weekly fishing report for local lakes, rivers

work reasonably well for
these fish.
Bream are quite active.
Many small fish are being
taken on crickets and there
are some reports of some
pretty good bluegills.
Hybrids may school late
in the day and fall for Rat-
L-Traps and other
crankbaits. Catfish are fair.
Bass are quite active and
the fishing pressure is \er\
light right now.
Texas-rig wornis and
deep cranikbaits fished near
thle banks in the main run
of the rier nmav take some
fair largemouth catches.
Fish slowly and deliberate
ly. Also try top\w. ter baits
near the banks earls ;und
late in the da\.
L'p the creeks, in the
clearest \\water, fish medi-
umi-running crankbaits and
lightly weighted Te\as-
rigs. Crappies are slow\, but
a few may be taken near
the mouths of creeks on
live minnows.
Redbreasts and bluegills
may take crickets in the
creeks and shellcrackers
will bite crickets and
wormns in some of the slow -
current areas. Hybrids in
the tailwaters have .sloCed,
but a few nmay yet he taIken
on live shad. Catfish ha\e
increased their activity near
the dam and there is also
increased catfish actl\ ity in
the creeks.
Live or frozen shad w ill

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take tailwater cats and
wonus fished on bottom
caln catch tIheil iii the
creeks, along with solli

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Grantham, and moving
Hewett to third.
Shaw sacrificed a run
home, but a strikeout ended
the inning with the Indians
up 4-1.
In the top of the third,
Reed singled and stole sec-
ond and third.
Daffin drew a walk, with
a passed ball scoring Reed,
and moving Daffin to third.
Tharpe picked up an RBI
score Daffin on a sacrifice.
Harrell walked but was out
on a double play ball to end
the inning with Grand
Ridge leading 4-3.
With two outs, Johnathan
Hayes singled, with Corcy
Johnson drawing a walk.
A double steal put run-
ners in scoring position for
Jackson's two-RBI single.
A strikeout ended the

inning with the game at 6-
3. The side was retired in
order in the top of the
fourth inning.
A two-out error allowed
Grantham to reach first
safely in the bottom of the
frame, but a strikeout left
him stranded.
A two-out walk by Reed
was the only offense for
Zaxby's in the fifth.
Grand Ridge added an
insurance run in their half'
of the frame.
Dustin Shaw drew a
lead-off walk, stole second.
and moved to third on lthe
Another throwing error
plated Shaw before three
strikeouts ended the inning.
Zaxby's was held off the
bases in the top of the sixth
inning to end the game.



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pretty cool streak. I hope he
gets it and gets respect for
what he's done."
Said Marlins manager
Fredi Gonzalez: "I'm
pulling for him."
Wittels' success is some-
thing that FlU didn't even
see coming this season.
When the Golden Panthers
opened their schedule,
Willels wasn't expected to
be ain everyday player.
Now, he's gotten a hit ini
every game in which lie's
played in 2010.
And thanks in part to
that, FIIU has likely played
itself into consideration for
an at-large berth into the
NCAA field.
Wititels said the Golden
Panllhers would obviously
prefer the automatic berth.
"I'ni definitely enjoying
all of this, and I Clejoy it
more when I getl a hit and
we will as well," Witlels

said. "I'm just excited to
compete for the conference
championship tomorrow.
Were going out there and
trying to get a ring."
Wittels has come up hlgec
for FillU with both his bat
and his arm in (lie Sun Belt
FI I and IFAU were incel-
ing for tlhe second time in
about 14 hours on Saturday.
I'llU won Friday night 18
16 ill I I innings, a
Ilaralhon lthatl ended at
12:31 a.mi. 'I hours, 5 I
miilutes after il begali.
The Suill Bell's player of
the year, Wittels pitched Ilhe
final three innings of that
game, making just his
fourth appearance on the
mound this year.
"Our whole team was
lired today," Willels said.
"But all year long we've
beeil preaching condition-
ing. It's paying off."


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I lollywood wild Imilnt I whose
ticotrable anld etlili c etlI r
included i l eiI \ tlar i l li i
"Rebel \VWithoutl a ,'mse," ',n
ihprobtiale scisl \vwillit "hlas\
Rider" andi a classic cluaiictier
role in "HlIue \V'el\'et," is died.
Ile \vwas 74.
t copper died SiLtiIrdaV' :it his
1om1e in thle lOos Angeles
beach community ofl Venice,
surrouIiLed by family aIuld
friends, family friend Alex
Hitz saiLt. 11opper's manaigerC
announcedi in October 20(109
that hie had been diagnosed
with prostate cancer.
The success ofl "Easy
Rider," aild lthe spectacIular
failure of his next filnm, "The
Last Movie," fit the pattern for
the talented but somIietimles
uncontrollable actoIr-dircctor,
whoxt also Ihtd paris in suIli
favorites as "Apocalypse
Now" and "'Hoosiers." Ile was
a two-timhe ActdeImy A\arid
nitiniice, aniil in lMaci 201 0,
was hoiiored with a1 sla oil
Holl\ t good's \Walk of laiime..
Ai'ter a promising start tIlhat
included roles in ltiwo .lliess
Dean 'tilms, HIopper's acting
career had languished is heti
developed a reputation for
throwing tantrums andI abus-
ing alcohol and drugs. Ot lite
set of "True Grit," Hopper so
angered Johtn \VIayne that the
star reportedly chi.ised HIopper

Dennis Hopper, the high -fly-
ing Hollywood actor-director
whose memorable career
included the 1969 smash
"Easy Rider," died Saturday
at his Venice, Calif. home,
surrounded by family and
friends. He was 74. - AP
Photo/Francois Mori
with a loaded gun.
Tributes \we'r pistdei
SaturdIay on celebrities' web-
sites and I\vitler 'feeds.
Actress Marlee Malltic
called lHopper i "'mciick, ;i
wonderful acl'O. 'tol Y altsx
got something uncipected
itroit incit. luitlcitc Slaslh
liwe' ld, "YOll 1ike I hc e t ic',ilt
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gone RIP' len Iccc ioppcic "
He matried thi\e nes iandiIIl
lekd a lrlamtiltic Il'e ngiht to tle
end. In Jainiual 2(10, hoptet
lileId to end iNs 14- \eua I.ii
nage to \icxtxiia lioppiC, \\iho
stated I c nutt tIiillx, that lith
actor was s'ekig l to il tlit'
oult oi ter ii he Acrili ce, C cl111
Hopper denied,
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B CG.\Rl ClolItt R

Q: John \Vilkcs Booth
assassinated President
Abraham Lincoln during a
play at Ford's Theatre inI
Washington, D.C. As I recall.
another couple joined the
Lincolns tin the theater box that
night, and one other personal
was also wounded. \\ htl \\, as
the other victim?'' When was
Booth capturedi' -NM.L..
Hickory, N.C.
A: (On April 14, ISt5, tihe
president and his wife, Mary
Todd Lincoln, attended Ithe
evening performance ot "Our0
American Cousin." Joiling tihe
first family were NMai. Henry
Reed Rathbone and lis,
fiancee. Clara I larnis. I alt'wal\
through Act 111. .Scenec' II. theO
character Asa 'rinchaird (the
title role) uctters a lin consdl-
ered to be one of tihe pa1.1 '
funniest. At that moment,.
Booth entered the president's
box andi at point-blank range.
using a Derringer pistol, shot
the president, who died nine
hours later. As Booth was,
about to 11ee, Ralthbone inter-
ceded hbt was securely wound-
ed wxhen the assassin slabbhed
him. Booth Iled on htor'sehback
He made his way rto a lfarm inl
rural northern Virginia, where
he was tracked down and
killed by Union soldiers oni

April 20 Rahbone icoveied
troimld ,ll illliries .clind c cM -
ried Cla(ra t1on Jly 11. ISo-
MNis. Lincoln ihad i tted se\t
cral people tto attend ihe plaic.i
including GGen l't\Nes S.'
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unable lto aillenid .L

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thie \ sclies "'Cold t'.l c " JI -
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Wilhliail t'oi.lad Mole iecceti
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watched a docultmeniit'al\ b'tilo
a group of tiseric inhiabiitnis
who traditional\ \wore \els,,
their name incorpoitl llCed tie

J.W. Booth Joe Penny

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She needs to sleep with you!

Dear Annie: My wife sleeps with our 9-
year-old daughter, "Alexis." This started short-
ly after Alexis' birth and continues to this day.
At the same tinim, my wife complains bitterly
about our lack of emotional and physical close-
ness. My response is that I'm always available
upstairs - alone.
I have tried over the years to coax
her back into our bedroom using a
combination of tihe carrot and le the
stick, but nothing seems to work. I -
often tell her that sleeping with our ir ioft1e
child is a symbol of our apartness. ,.
Nonetheless, she has made it clear
that she enjoys sleeping with our
daughter and prefers it to sleeping witi \ '
me. She has chosen her child over her husi
hand. Please publish niy Iltter so my \vile t
will see it and hopefully change her piorni-
ties. I've tried everything else aind don't know
what more I can dilo.- Indy
Dear Indy: Some women use their children
as an excuse ti avoid. Ihe marital bed. The
repercussions not only damage tile marriage,
but also the child. And at this point, Alexis will
make it extremely diflicull to change lie sleep-
ing arrangements, which will only irake yiouri
wife more likely to maintain tllie sialiis quo.1.
She needs to stop, and it will Ielp il slite undeli
stands and faces her seasons. IPlease i el initi
counseling, preferably together, aind work oil


"Guess now who holds thee?" "Death," I said, hutl lh
The silver answer rang ... "Not Death, but Love "
So wrote Elizabeth Barrell Browning.
At the hridgle table, your partner will love you lor can
the death of declarer's contract. , i.i miii , ithougih, !i
work will he involved. Perhaps 0ie [of you hils io gil ';m ;
I0 lead; irlayhii you lave to pill d cc hier l)o a (gun ;'; aid
he gels it wrong. this deal contain,'; both ofl hlie;e c( I
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his Slrliiler liitor. I low should L l plhilu 1h del li:Sev
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and 6i 10 hiilih card ( poin',. N rllH ; ila'i;e wa; ,iilr,
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would err l;1;Il kioww'; I hll hi:; sidoe ueed lo lake Illirn
aud oille dlii rnld 01 Iwo clih; ili a d Iwo diamlloni , '.,
wilm iuni llie lir'l Irick will lihe cilh kind(i (the i olloin l i I
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ace aid looks; ciom ly al We'l's cald. II i is; hi(glihi lii
lour, Et as hl ( ie; i he diiae io d aioi e, tlhua n le ado s lii; l;isl
-pi i- i ii, i iarh et lo takn i he l , ' iii trick wilh his q(
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Ilat :unit.) H)I r le , to iIu , W esi t lays; Ihe clu ili ll ne al hi ici
';ihowini ll lital lie heaii wilti liv! chih'; Now I a;l niisl ;I
a low (liliuo ilnd, holpi i lllhn Iihal piarlc lin ha; lin kill It
ed ; lll l if l in: ; .

Dear Annie: A fte\ cars ago. mil\ husband
and 1 purchased a towxnioucse inl Artion.i anid
now spend eerl \ winer thIere Between IanuIly
aild fiuendIs, \ve hae Uoe ,t bit of compa1.
The problem is, ihrere is ,a lot to do and see
hele. and e\erxbod\ wainls to do and see all
there is. \W have now seen most h0of1 the sights
several lics, and thce cost o doing so runs into
qluite a bit of imoniev.
"'" \ \\We don't walll to be rille and send
' Ithem alone. but neither are e c inter-
\ .' r.- i'I estled in seeing things lagai and.
al-I gain. \W hatl is the right thing to ldo''
' Would it be OK to let them go with-
oiut u,? ' To to (or Not To Go
\. , ' llar To (;o: 1\ ;ill rie.ins. It is
,, ' 'perfcctl\ finie to tell \oni lltio se
guests thlial htle\ should 'cinlo tlIhei
lime oin lhie own. (;i\'e I'lel smuggestionics ol
whlt to tsee aind how to get h'i'e. and ll'en pcer
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Annir' '.\ \T' i \// ii\ i. 'ri i'n il I/'s llhv M it hciill
mid Ma 'v N.SugaI , lonillin<' C ittioru fi thI' ,.l Annr
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.Inkson Coun ( ty lorildan * Siunday, May .30, 2010 " 5i

1 Elvis'
daughter 481
5 Like cool
cats 49
8 Not close
12 Southpaws' 53
13 Wheel buy 56
(2 wds.)
14 Leaning 57
Tower site
15 Physics 58
16 Elastic 59
18 Fury 60
20 QB's pride 61
21 Vote in fa-
vor 62
22 Boring
25 Pub pint
28 Throw
snowballs 1
29 Wolf family
33 Fig-filled 2
35 Hot drink 3
36 Dormant
37 Masked su- 4
perhero 5
38 Petty of 6
"Tank Girl" 7
39 Pager's
sound 8
41 Dog days in 9

Spliced, in
ing org.
Golf hazard
(2 wds.)
Red giant in
Kind of sys-
Thick slice

Like lumber


"Star Wars"
Rust com-
Joined the
Two-BR unit

Answer to Previous Puizle

NI |i- i i 1 z

t- A Ll 1 B CH
M0 LDED D A N1i G,

1i-J UlM P O IIRt
cD OMo O T S

GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
I)on'l Ih I di| l., l|i| ll d l 11thal l aikel
II o ll::; i yVou 'l holding Wonll't
l|t Votl voly lll llll[illVl on I paY the
tilhhill l 'l I lh i eliH 1ae 1 Iy li
n ilies I 1liw , w lrld.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
II vou ame too lackadaisical al)utit
making any decisions, those who
know what they want will do your
thinking for you, and will come up
with all the wrong answers.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
Being undiscriminating about
whom you hang out with could be
asking for problems. If they turn
out to be troublemakers, you can
bet your bottom dollar that they'll
get you in a lot of trouble.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
If your hopes and expectations are
built upon faulty premises, it will
be impossible for them to be real-
ized. Get back in form and be real-
istic about what you can or cannot
logically achieve
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
Belt inldlftl of your behavior,
beit ti.'cause whether you like it or not
tihe 1i rii0h will be fCLtiSlied
sIluat'ly Ol you Whetherl you wil
or lose, dto o witllh glace
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)-
Althoughl it might be merely an
innocent filirtaton to you, the
recipient is likely to read a lot
mnoe into it httan you had intend-
ed, and put you in a very enibar-
,lsslig position
21) - financial situations could
halve' irany hidden danlgeis lurking
in the b' icktiround If youtt'e con-
telliplatinlg itmakiilt in vestmlent,
be stile Vou have the veiy best
info ,maltion available
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
- Instead of worrying about
v.hiethrer 0O riot others will treat
y'Ou kindly arid or laily, concen-
trate rmole on \vhat to give to them
to make their lives easier and hap-
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
- Give of yourself v.'ithout
epectling anything back in return.,
and Itmat good rapport you'd like to
.i e w:vr;h others will auitomatical-
. e ti" , eret In life v'ou get v';hat
,', U ltI\e
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)-
IT, best V;',1 tO depll\ e S llt'OItene
o' !'el! Aiilt'l to i rlake you feel
itero!r , tnd deli'ny tleli of having
po ',el o\' \ 'r u IS t , 1113ainrtaii
'ii scilp asurt' a> ll ti es, no0
Il.irtel \'.la!
ARIES (March 21-April 19) -
; n.itic's tO ,alv.a',s be right
calld L'UiSt ' ,O ito engagege i
'me .tilter st riono debates twith
othe s Don't let these innate
''pjilses c.use 'ou] to argue

TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -

.':, o see t hinriOs as ,oul wish
h'"''- to be instead of cooking at
' recldstail\ Its OK lo hope for
''e t ;ut tui:n!ess vou lace lacts.
, ue i ,t\e bet satisfltxt

t',. ;'lrrIt .lf1 2011o. 1irlt
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toda" is the 150th day of 2010
and thie ?r.nd day of spring,
Joan of Arc was buRned at tlre
stake for heresy.
In 1922. tlIe Lincoln Menimonal
v.ais dedicated in Washlington,
In 1958. unidentified soldiers
from World War II and the Korean
War were interred in Arlington
National Cenmetery's Tomb of the
In 2002. cleanup at. Ground
Zero Ii New York City finally
ended after 8-1/2 months.
the Great (1672-1725). Russian
czar; Peter Carl Fabeige (1846-
1920). goldsmith/,iewelei: Mel
Blanc (1908-1989). voice actor.
Fenny Goodman (1909-1986).
bandleader: Joseph Stein (1912-).
playwright,-is 88: Wvnonna Judd
(196-1-). singer, is 46: Manny
RanmiiCe (1972-). baseball played.
is 38.
Chicago Cub Fiank Chance was hit
by five difllrent wild pitches dii-
ing a doutbleheadel against
TODAY'S QUOTE: "Suchti will be
a great lesson of peace: teaching
mni that what they cannot take by
an election neiltier can they take it
by a wa."- -Abtahamn Lincoln
Navy's amphibious assault ship
1SS New Yoik contains /1-/1
Ions ol stiel salvaged imoir the
Woild IIade Crlehi' site in New
Yolrk City.
nutmbel of Doric columns in cthe
Lincoln Meimorial, 0oi; for each
state that had been admitted to the
Union at the time ol Lincoln's
death, including those tlrat had
TODAY'S MOON: Between full
mroon (May 27) and last quallel
(,Junce 'I),

Coprvightr I :f1. lWiVrthi
A/ln'urit' FiUi:',,fitio Giitii

39 Latched
40 Blot out
43 Dock
44 Small coins
45 Bakers'
46 Colorado
ski town.
47 Tuneful
50 Prima don-
51 Got taller
52 Merit
54 Cotillion
55 "The Gold
Bug" au-


1 Jowly canie
4 Snug retreat
8 Ouch!
11 Triumphant
12 Coercion
13 ETcraft
14 Printer of
tore (hyph.)
16 Fib
17 Bundles of
18 Runs into
20 Landed a
21 Afternoon
22 Church offi-
25 Proofs of
purchase (2
29 "Alice"
30 Go out with
31 Cartoon
32 Wide st.
33 And. for
34 Sanskrit di-
35 Lingerie
38 Type of

39 Nose-bag
40 Sauce in a
41 Pub brew
44 Skunk
48 Actress Ms.
49 Bakers'
51 Geol. forma-
52 "The Eve of
St -"
53 Ladle
54 Violin knob
55 Road map
56 Loop trains

1 Cushions
2 Oops!
3 Concert
4 Eminent
5 Makes a
wrong move
6 Biol. or as-
7 Lone Star
(8 hyph.)
8 Festive log
9 Never heard

Answer to Previous Puzzle




10 Misfortunes 36 Shed tool
12 Kind deed 37 Cream of -
15 --fresh 38 Battery
start units
19 Lunch 40 Chafed
21 Nailed at a places
slant 41 Gravy no-
22 Writer - no
Hunter 42 Kitty starter
23 Strauss of 43 Posse's
jeans quarry
24 Remnant 44 Knotty
25 Part of N.B. wood
26 Out loud 45 Yield
27 Volcano 46 Indigo plant
goddess 47 Sugar
28 Bad mood amts.
30 Hearts or 50 Elev.
34 Check en-

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V A 6 2
* ,1 10
.1 10I 2
West East,
A (),I A 8 7 5 2

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D)eale'r: South
Vulnerable: Boh

soilth West Norlh I;Eaisl
SV IPass I V All pass

Olpenitng le h l: 4. 4

10 Wan
11 Zany
Martha -
17 Ostrich
19 Transplant
23 Cozy room
24 Predica-
25 Indigo dye
26 Late-night
27 Big pitcher
30 High point
31 Apply paint
32 Welles'
Citizen -
34 Math
35 Frolic
37 Wager

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$8, $11Jhr. office. Appl to S P C
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fr a frte pot MAY draw Dothan, AL (end date
Found Point & shoot mspome from irdirkkals EEO/WF/H, 06/02/10)
digital camera near whowiliyor�inialfor Sawe,- Produc. Drug Free ESw p. 1/1 Fum. Efflency
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(850)482-4681 winch, good tires, Potatos and More 4126 West Main St. Employer
jimdoster@embarqm air conddion. 334-793-6690 is now accepting $6,000 00 o '' applications for Apply/Mail to: Apartnents-
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time mom and devot- ca Anad es-F. 5-M.Ready Please nd Pointe Drive
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lCKC re Jack ussell Classlfled Ads!
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Parents on site. $200. OT T7E
334-886-2524.CQ W Fa Casie toy
Machinery & Rabow KemEs (L IFI
Heavy Equipment Start of weekly
obedience class. Sat&L I M.ffiillli!^'
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850-526-2958 June 5th & 12th
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blade, 80% Burmese, wormed & For Info call :
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620,000.08 0 26891510-5515 Margaret 794-2291
334-7W19 V4 Free to loving home,
litertrained kittens.
850"482 5880/50-
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for Sale I fEClK hAy " S w-aK
Fea Market closing: yoaI0PCYOUR OWN BOSS,14411C Cobalt Blue Dining table w/4 Hand capped toilet -
Balance of merchan- . V Kitchen Collcctables chairs $150 850-209- seat risor, almost
dise, display tables & _ 200 850-352 4739 8821/272-7129 new $25 (850)592-
racks. $600 850-594- 3 Brass & Glass a DRAFTING MACHINE-
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Executive Secretary
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skills, strong background In accounts payable preferred;
or any equivalent combination of training and experience
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Paramedic/Fire Fighter
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Paramedic/Firefighter. Must be a high school graduate or
equivalent and have some experience beyond obtaining
the required certifications for the position:
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Bureau of Emergency Medical Services.
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* Must have a valid FL drivers license. EVOC
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Starting Salary $30,688.97 annually.
Correctional Officer
Jackson County BOCC Is currently accepting applications for
officers at Jackson County Correctional Facility (County Jail).
Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
Must be a State of Florida certified Correctional Officer or
close to taking the state test for certification. Must be at
least 19 years of age, be a U.S. citizen and have no record
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to the Human Resources Dept,
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Deadline to apply for these.vacancies Is 06/07/2010
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Fill in the 9x9 grid with the missing
numbers so that each column, row and
3x3 box contains the dgils 1 - 9 only once.
There is only one correct solution
for each puzzle.

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Pit Porter, Pet Mate, SOLID OAK
Green, 12x14x23, DRESSER- 5 drawers
very clean $15 850- high boy $300
S72-8S967_ _ (850)592-2507
25X321/2. 1PC /4 DRESSER- MIRROR, 8
233/4X35 smoke $20 drawers $300
(850)592-2507 (850)592-2507
n SquareS' x 5' w/leaf
Mattress/Boxspring solid wood counter

& colon under $5/ea ELLIPTICAL STEPPER- 11OV, 24,000 BTU �$5,8502u9u-20u neignht lming taoe,
850-482-7888 EVOLUTION $40 $120 850-482-8276 Recliner, lite brown $150 850-557-1394
Baby Bassinet, white (850)592-2507 Kenmore Air Condi- $35 850-526-3426 Star Trek Hamilton
w/teddy bear print ERGONOMIC DESK - tioner, window unit. Rueger 45 long colt, Collection Plates,
$20 850-526-3426 CHAIR BLACK, BACK 110V, 12,500 BTU Brand new, good never used $50/ea
BOAT BUILDING-- PROBLEMS? $10 $100 850-482-8276 cond. $500 850-593- 850-352-4739
BOOKS- MANY $3-10 850)592-2507- KITCHEN TABLE- 2 4465 Twin size wooden
(850)592-2507 Full size mattress & CHAIRS DK BROWN Sears XCargo car top headboard $15 850-
BOATING FICTION- box springs $50 850- $80 (850)592-2507 carrier. $90 850- 573-6296/482-3853
MANY $3EA 352-3391 LARGE DESK- GA- 579-2618 White wicker bassi-
(850)592-2507 Gider Rocker, clean, RAGE KEPT $25 Set of 12" speakers, net & changing table
BONSAI POTS- 19PCS good cond. $35 850- (850)592-2507 in box, $80 850-209- $25 850-352-3391
$3-5EA (850)592-2507 272-8967 7051 White wicker desk &
Bowflex machine, Graco Infant Car cage 5 3- Sewing Machine $25 matching bench $50
grt cond. pd $2200 Seat, blue $10 850- 6296/482-3853 850-579-2618 850-352-3391
asking $450 850-592 272-8967Single nightstand- WINDOW- 30WX39
2710/693-5812 Graco Stroller, blue Lar portable dog reddish brown $40 1/4 TALL $15
China Cabinet $200 plaid, nice cond. $25 career $40 850-482- (850)592-2507 (850)592-2507
850209-8821/272- 850-526-3426Sm Round Dining ta- Womens clothes, sz
-129 Grace Stroller, very ORCHID POTS- 3-8" ble w/4 chairs $75 16,14,12. barely
CLAY POTS- 3-14" nice, blue $30 850- 43 PCS $3-5 (850)592- 850-209-8821/272- worn, $2 to $10/ea
45PCS $2-4EA 272-8967 2507 7129 080,850- 482-2343.
(850)592-2507- - Infant Car Seat PADDED DRESSING- SOLID OAK KING- Yamaha Electronic
Home Meat Slicer w/base, gray plaid BENCH LT OAK $60 MIRRORED HDBD Keyboard $40 850-
$15 850-579-2618 $20 850-526-3426 (850)592-2507 $400 (850)592-2507 526-3474

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3/2 in Kynesville, FL 2002 Gp 1200R & 1998 - 1 FORD ')t I 10 *HARLEY DAVIDSON
Near Cottondle. XL760 plulss trailer, i vdn, I, ,ii vyl, " ,' ' Honda nl' Civi NisanI 0',' 1oZ Toyota 07 Prius, ..* r ,I B V with Ii
2000st Brick Countiy both Yamaha, Hi ood , , .' mill.5 , /0K il11 , i i. C , I X, ll piowei, Hoatil',t .autilo) Itial ., lBlack, Sik, I xl. Cond, e. "I . ... .e, Flack,
Home on lac. lot. aond., $5500. Call I i . . i ,, ,niiiii r I r, l ' , * u ion iol, ally whilt , 1H/ K III, . 1 GI'S, b, 'ku i cuirn a, 1 i ' 35 2- 103-2711
110' foot,, i "Hll.lley11122 - i JIS, l i I ,. id Iotl 02l
$850 dep $850/mo 3.14-341/ 6013.' I * * . i il hoiadv d,inaiti, li' whiel., llk/ir.iy iiwnel $2.'1100. 14 JIL Lsound, lli, trea edt Hariley iividsonii 1
850-482-302.13 331 .-44/-.19l4 i m 1J ! ,' I wlo l l.l v i, l)4all. K ml. I ,11 . Ias i hil je, hr ins ,,3 S , 11 , '. ..fSroftail
Nicest in Marianna 2008 1I h 1 ' ' l)// I'11 i 1,1"00. 11 Nissa 'UI Ailti, w li wis nty, Sprinir like new, to
area. nearly new 2 BR 40lhp l ru - coi-' li -PIl IPN 1949 sCJ2A n6, 14 - unl lt, ImWer ihiurs, $1|,90lasi n Glide- XDWG. Black iniaiy list
Holmes $525 w/lease stioke, lnIt guide Cr '"'"" ", l I Y' 111 '. 01I Chevioll '0H Mailltiu Hyundlal'03 Tiburou & wIld(w AM/I M all3292 Like nlw. cus oms. 34- . $10,500.
850-526-8367 ti llliim mti, Hlul- I2It, I1 slitl e, /A/(, , ItAMi ) ist ONI.Y. 15" I 1, Miallio with lli t ( I VI ,, , , 1 m l anual, I ) w)K mile,,,. - 1 4 600 mi. $12,900. 404- 334-235-.299
l bilei i i u IIfJli fbr 5t,, 6i: AC, 5. K Generato, SWAAMI'I I 11(113 I nt hie li, ,l vlo liidl, I owine, 1. 1)2k lill',, $12,0)u. I ,l- 'll- 0o81 Toyota Camry'07 578-1482 lefffia Harlev Davidson 03'
ilMobileHoins b ile pulp, live well lo, liEl, no sitioke. I ON AltIM SIMS. XM inId, C01, uirs)le, I/i" illyV wiels. So dra V-6 sport con- Softail diiece 100th
Moil 1I1R3t .1 (198 0010 t , . Coit L.N IN 'N MU1 ) 01,,, 1,1 N*... .. I ... I hi Nissan '07 Alliini, vertible 48K imi. 6 yr. anniv. Screaming
S14 14 1 I . Like New l $1 0 0' .' I ' nviencePkg u Kmi. bunperto 1999 HD Fat Boy only Eagle. Black & gold,
Coa lhian n.1' (It.l o lo, .GFEN extelior, $HYUNDA'8 Accent rooft, Alloy Wheels, bumper warr. 9k, garage kept, red, 1550cc, 11,400K mi.
S MHinIwd. t. powHYUNDAI '08 Accen t Psh Start, 40k mi. $16,500. 334-588-0201 good cond., $9000. $13,500 OBO 334-793-
2$0 1w$i"-",1-0, i ' t ew A'l inlt'i, Chevy '113 t'twil l Excellent condition, $14,500 334-685-6233 575-921-1595 Call 337-347-6023 or 6328/334-793-0241
,$400 $425 water/ " .. ll. . .t 8ft. $1,000 Heilihld wrecked $350. Good 35 MPG, 18600 miles, 337-347-6023 or 32/334-7936241
sewiegarb,, .'.., at ,,,, . .... Codl. (.334) 441'-5580 drive train, NOT Toyto 3 Coroll334-447-1914
lawncare incl. 850- i ,,, s, )1-4211 _ i DRIVABLE 334-677- ,' '.. rNice car 2007 SuzukiHarley Davidson 03'
569-1015 . . . Aviation h 7748 ... .. . ..: , -, ', , .. i 20o ul k 50 VROD, low mil, exc.
-l .. . . . mu.*'-*- -* - - - -- H i||[]|,.|' tii *.. ,,, , t....0 .)uJ.. ..., u $199 per Boulevard C50- Red cond. $8,500. OB
2/1 a Millpond $495 2 Person Kayak Chevy '71 El Camino, L,, i,, M '. ,,., , reve and black, 9k miles, 334794-2665 or 334-
+ dep. water/sewer/ w/clearview bottom. . . ., "50 E...;n. ", H,.r 14-791-8243 great for cruising, 805-0810
lawin .11nt i . Seats'.paddlIs.cover, . . ' Volkswagen '06 Be- $4,500. 334-791-2277.
5 03 MH Appsreciat e $895 - l,v ' Chevy 1,,, ' .r Nissan i ,,,i:L .: ur,, diesel, 42K 2009 Yamaha R6-.
2&3 R MH C'd alt. ', Li,: '. " Hvundai 09' Sonata like new, bose ent. miles, 40MPG, load only 1,150 miles.
$500&up H20/garb/ 334 714-4001. '-,i -l-c I e.3an silver au- center, DVD player, ed. $16,000.334897 Bought new, barely
sewer incl. http:// Bass Cat 20'9" 200 Conquest 05' 29ft. E bolr., ...... . .- cond. under keyless entry, power 2497 or 334-672-1655 broken in. Burnt or-
vi.c 8coum0 y58 HP Mercury Otimax. sleeps, lots of ex- o, 1962 1 - .. or 48K mi. doors, NADA retail Volkswagon '02 ange,and black with
48 9-8s Matching tandem tras, 11K mi. Refi- Motol T9Mo Engine & y l, t , phlatt umu $11,950. 334-389-3071 $23,950 red, black Beetle. Silver. ghost flames, $9,000.
4868/209-8847- trailer. GPS, etc. nance 3347984462 1 R rythig (plugs leather Int. sun roof, Needs engine. Also have small Joe Harley Davidson '05
3/1.5 Located in $8500 OBO (Day)850- Warranty frao 1 wires etc.) $3500 Infinity '97 130 back-up camera Al- $2700 334-718-2223 Rocket jacket and Fatboy, Exc condition
Sneads $400/mo 638-4403 (Night)850- CERT. Excellent 850-209-7051 142,000 miles. loy wheels, 39K mi. woman medium 14K miles, 1 owner,
850-573-0308. 638-1338 trouble-free flying. $3,500., 334-687-7956 $19,700. 334-692-5966 Volkswagon '08 Jetta Suomy helmet for like new. $12,800. or
3/2 in C'al0. .. 334347-548. -- Lexus 06' GS300 lod- cell: 334-685-3996 Loaded, Great Car extra. 334-790-6146 OBO 334-692-5363
3/2 in C'da :, .. ' Automobiles Misc. . power. Oldsmobile '95 io. Call Steve
258-1594 Iv i.. , , , I Ai.. mir & heated Aurord, 4dr, srdan, Hatcher 334-791 -8243 '92 Goldwing, 60k M
3/ -in - 'alo. \ Me e A' 35 very clean teal green, pwr doors miles, red, exc. Paint MP l
3/2 in Malor. ' Mercedes 82'380SL : 4,0. 334-596-8789 &window, clean. VW 05' Salsa red & running cond.
security neg ;-. T.,: , Dutchmen 40 ft. 93K nmi. H/S tops $95. BP Motors Beetle Bu $7000 8504452915 Harl id
8 ok.850-569 : Travel Trailer '06 chalk brown Chevy l ...... LEXU, '96 LS400 334-793-2142 COVertab $7000 850-4452915 leaHarley Davidson '06
850-557-334 - - ylne '06 185 38B-DSL Sleeps 8 PRS/B, windows, red, auto, m ored Luaie, runs od 334-793-2142 Laconvther55.e ut, leave essge Heritage Softai,
S400 gets You into a Purch. new in '07 38DSLSant. auto, AC, up- tops, 52K mi, new 176K miles, white Pontiac '07 Soltis $13,700. 334-671-1519 Big Dog 06' mrd#
2/2. New re-mod. Ig v6, 190HP inboard 2 SlideLits, Loaded, lldutd soundyte i, t a, alip akes t tan ititerior, tRotIster GXP Con- Mastif 14500K ml. 4,000 miles,
yd, quiet, or 2/1.5 engine.sports seating Like new $20,5df. 5. cover & to) stol hock. Ga$a. 4495. 334-435-0/86 veitibli $16,999. CSI VW '06 Passat, load- black, 117 cubic inch ,
C'dae 850-249-4888 ext. swim platform. - 334-406-4555 le lack, clean, well kept. 15,50. O Lncoln '07 MKZ Auto 334-6/1-7720 ed, blle/black, GPS, engine, 6-sp. Baker lowered, Vance &
less than 0 rs.on minted w/ re 34-59623 Light tan w/beige in or 334-714-2700 sattalite radio, new trans. V&H, D&G
Clean, Fur. 21I in engine $14,8b00 OBO FLEEwOD '05 i . 00. $ 14 2 ter ir, attiertreated tires, like new iside chronic spear air in- Hines pipes.
Cypress, CH/A, Ig lot, r334-,00 B Prowler AX6, 5th wh, /pp2 iT8 Corvette 02' Convey&uerior, meagherXheated
screen porch, ga 34-699-7070 36ft, 4 slides, large tible auto, 405 HP eats, ABSi NAe PONTIAC 1965 oveseasut, $129K, m oving take askelo Garage kept
rage, water/lawn Cobia Center console shower, 30/50AMP. MERCEDES '97 E320, 12-CD changer w/ airbags, 37k s, NA- with 326 engine, 334-347-0414 cated in Troy At
care incl. $400 + $200 18' 6" w/90hp Honda $34.000 OBO 334-695- 117K Actual miles, Bose sound sytsem. A$170 850-814-0v55 Runs great! Good $6800 334-850 7077
dep No Pets. 850- 4 stroke & galv. 4995, 334-687-7862 ,ilver/Hieloe excel- 58K ll. Black w/ 900850 ondit n. S3000., Classics& Antiques $16,800 334-850-70
592-2403 trailer, $4200 Mallard '06 30ft, fully lent condition $6,500 black leather. Lincoln 2001 Town 334-797-5285 Dirt Bike 07 Honda 334| * 31
334-798-4743 t 334-687-3189 $18,000. 334-299-3739 car, executive silver. CPF70 E'-"llnt
Country Living: 3347984743 self contained, super 87K exc. cond. 6 Pontiac G-6 GT 07' C . aft
2BR 1BA MH in Correct Craft 1973, slide. $9,000. 334- Autor mobiles pack dpler s n to i ack - mi 14 t
850-3e52-2090 1 toplive 35pe wg -4503lradio. $7,900. leather loaded gair HARLEY DAVIDSON
850-352-2090 top, 35hp, runs great! Sabre by Palamino 334-618- 1594 kept $19000 BO ---- 07' FLSTSC Springer
Sm 2/1 Located btwn garage kept. $1750 '08, 28 ft 5th wheel o164 , t. )c i-. cl assic 3000K mi.

foo detrtsr85c5 b r n i th Motor Homes/RVs S| le bn r o n r 334 bi714 kept $190o0o0 Chevy 79 Camaro r 0 S cars$ 1A0LE8 DAVI0DSO
R & S 814-6515eads water 3345965032 caper, 3 slides, 2 fish Mitsubish eclipseXM 93800 mi B900 2142 ack$13,5Green/black new 350 screaming eagle 0800 portster
garb incl. $350/ CROWNLINEg motor', ac 03 Guextras utra 10500. Located at Fort ' Z28 thunders auto exhaust Saurnystem Custom, 108 54-68 miles4802
Board tower touring seriesag 5935675 $class 000.057 Call Emily at Caclll 34 Aut tic 350 . sPosi powered $6500 $10,000,863801-3615 warranty Like new.
Mobile Homes 300hp like cover, Terry Camper 6' 34-b0MonteC or 334- 447 (S9391879 ell. . Frm 334-237.1193 400334-702-4778.
inParks well kept $28000.33 V auto r4-470-8454 sleeps. AC. neuns and Fo1404 Cron Vict 8504828416 " actors itm cy 2 Harey Davidson 08
shelter. $14,000.334 to riaLX.oaded.55K Nssn M x Ellis 33414-0028 stored 3,000 mis on FATOY ide Classi93c,
Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR foot Class 25-7319 , with $450.334-435-9801500. OBO miles, drives like a SEWhite91 orange ex cond 4000 miles, 1 year
SGlass Stream 00' Hy- or 763'0280 C l 75 ea 700 321. 334 1 -7720 power doors & locks, 4000 r 334)693-705 Easy Rider, all
MHs. Lot reraassc. 115 Mercury out- In great condition, or 334-7142700 very clean, coo air774-2 r
Evndetails,2fish d- S Horne 4 d nosmlroof. c 2o0 E Spng rk ey Davidson 1992
ers, tilt & trim, 2ive on2700mi e utom m. new Black. Thir es. Mercury '06 Gra Toyo 07d $1995. BP Motors ChevyLEY Davidson 01 Sporster 1200 custom
3432/850-814-6515 great cond. over mentses k miles ra 93800 . $3900CD Changer Toyota 05Prius 43K than 40 lck new 350 screaming Police, '08 1200 S K/KH ortster
$4500. trollingmotor 33468ac- 03 Gulftream utra $0500. Call 34- . 5- 00334 Located at 93 3 mles ht blue in de r tsrrnty. 10.500 MZ-28 thunder Mo or Scooter 16.5xhaust00 mes. White Custom, 108miles,
HomesforSale cei4357s la in touringseriesclass 1057i Rucker. Call E mily at tires, very claond ex- . 334 898 or p05.200ml. clean & shop kept. 794-2665334-805-
MrideH forSale board charge, cover, 2 slide outs, ohn an Monte Carlo c c500. $33412900 0 9706 F16Z Suzuki 5079'co4-3663 8,400, 334-702-4778.
epideutdtryi Fo top04vCrownxVicto- I850-__2-8v_6 _ -lti tr
very well kept hinder generator, sleeps up lV6 auto runs and I r oI Toyota '04 Caa Motorcycles lcorsitem,1cyl. 2 Harley Davidson'08
ter. $14, - to 8 people, $41000. at a st Niss '02 Mxiastroke scooter, Electra Glide Classic,
Car ,334-393-9315v see!!!$10,500. OBO irilesdrives like a SE, White 9K ii orange eac cond. 4000 miles, 1 year
Glass Stream 00' Hy- or 763-0280 Cll 334-475-00L dreaea 8700 321 E Cond.750l coso n. '04 Sprt street legal. $500. warranty left.
RG720F Blue RXS, o231-6363- FIRM. See A 148 334-671-671-3 Low Mi. Bags.wind- 334-774-2521 or 334- $17,000. 334-618-4430
odra Bass 1500.f11 0 5Concordo achmano[2 4 doors. moom roof. IF Spring Ln Ozark shield. 2 seats, Ppes,774-2773 after 5pmr tIarey Davidson 1992
ers, tilt & trim, 2-live long 2700mi, Take rieo. rs tne Black.'ThirdCtlgo To P.. 3---- s43 tr T 4y'07 arm ,3les. i.334-585.5396
esgreata, ilesreatSet. CD Chager Toota 05' Prius 43K i than 40 k miles Road King Police, mid 50's K/KH exc.
$4500. 3-`, 080 33-65 593-510 Cord.. wonuertulcar. 1$4500334.393,9613 miles, lght blue in u dler warranty. 10.500 Mojo Motor Scooter 16,$O0 miles. White. cond. $5,500. OBO
A $5omesMobOBle 4 .34kr 591-5C3
Dc a'72'oioJ- 4357 .- --k-g $1-1,000. Call.. color good cond. '080. 334-806-Sh98 or '05. 200ni,. Blue, clean & shop kept. 794-2665 334-805-
Mod2Home Fn 9 - rvt tr . in $14,500. 334.596.402 ,80,-9706 $1650850- 258-1638 $1 . 334-774-3663
Model Home For Sale grade F/S bimind
Ss r by op,cover,exc cond. r irivite bith ex- I FI
Owner $142,000 arage kept 175hp c,,n,o ,it
850-272-6041 $9500 334-726-5909 .,' s,,,. -,' Lt I

Home forSale/ ProCraft 95'2Oft . � s, ..
1Tournament Bass $RollSr I'"..u13 I
Lease Option Boat 95 Johnson 115 2i' Sp.un, ', . IP- ~ , ,W,,
T&T drive on trailer 34 n. u,.... "A 1 .-, .1 1'
Recently Fordcosed, loaded $4,800. 334- 811_41 --'- 1..... ,4.'1j 1
eciall Financing 797-8232 dFleewoodrn ' ,07 . ',,
Available, AnyCredit, d , '1 u4 ,''60. . .
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1200SqFt, locatedai OBC, ] ',R� R 1 ...... ,
6098 Phoenix Rd., .,, ,t
B a s c o m ,r$3 9 , 9 0 0 ."M o n1 r eC O m g hr t Oo 'D .1 . 1 . '1 , h " '.1. ,1
Visit www.roseland- "Sa.,v ioror,' . ''IF..L i..~". F' o -'.. 'L~i F Esc a 3c .u,' -
Co. com/rGnal Salboat '76-Catalina if. niin,l.t s, .1 .' .. n ; ,' 4ir.;Ar I y , . ' .
Drive by then call 30', 2 cylt. Yarm ar die- $i'~ :. - L.' . ..... .. . ,,. ......
(866) 249-0680 sel eng., Very lows hrs- .. :' . .'
____________________ less than 250, Roller "
Lso - a - einn furling, bimin, head. PLaeltoi." 40h 4 $su'V " ,, 4 ,S.r , , 'l.2
micro, fridge. Good .3,de , 1ut ITa,- , I .Buick ..11. ,
cond. Docked X Snug .0 5CAt '. ..... ,, ;,, "" ,"
Jackson County, Fl Harbor slip B-6. 334- uih, r ,... ' , . i 23'""
70/ac )S1600/ac 673-0330. REDUCED gCr 4 1fir r. , "
Mature Pine & $13,900. Icea ,r v L .. , i
-Hardwoods, Large Cl" L c., , I
Clear Creek, Road oX1 ' &e S.l , .... r1 .... .
Frontage, o1e-160mektatr 0,v Ll..II'DD. .,''.
Call owner A r Le0Mri i ,:,':.u, fir . ,i i
850-509-8817nfo Besig,. CiapVr', . '. ,,hm t ..... TT. 7tas.-
car rliril,g ,' .0,1,',A
RealEstatek S1craf 890fh M.r. rP.-..ut..' Cadillac ,.,.,v.. Honda '06Ch ,
General Center Console. boat, $SI, CO ' h i-n I ,.,I A1,, ' - 'CIn ' .
t o r & t r e r 9 5 _ _ _a l1 14 E1 1 i n r1 ,. .-.1.. .. . 04, : -I, , u', -. , . . '
Commercial Bldgfor 225HP Johnson Mtr. Point Five Damon$ ' , . . .
Lease or Sale Jeffer- Dual Axle Tr. w/ Dlt~ri ,ll "- "
850-209-0124 well, very clean, H11 ,,,2:, .. ' '".- ,m_"
Great cond. $5,900. hrs, 1 ShdW '' i,. 'i,,. ' . , ,
Vacationproperties 334-791-489. Full,,-tti 'Si.. Ii)3l 40111n0 ,l -i5l 4 .0.s. *'01 ......__
D .Columbia, AL -h.r., s,, i $4 ...-- - --.
LandForSale2.2Ac SeadoRXP'05.Jet 1343C8; l8' III
with paved frontage Ski. 60 hrs, very ""RED-CE-
in Georgetown, GA clean, life jacket & 0j Class A. R q3
1.5 Mi. from Cool cover incl. $5500 850- MoroicU LJ Palm.; 2
Great Hunting! Stratos'99 273 L,).s,,.d' Ir, "
Poten. for Big Camp - intimidator, 17ft bass Sal. tt
er Park! $197,500 Johnson 150HP, furni-hings tidtrlr z
Negotiable. No owner $6500. 334-596-1694 to,, $61
finance 229-942-0488 '90 ra3.l90.3.eui90 348L
giI mreat shape. 520 hrs, "
6700 OBO 334-796-
'W424. REDUCEDt . ,A - . -

Vikin gAirboat 14 ft.
S odel,/a a300HP R-VISION"06Tr
L,:onrO engine w. 0 26 ' :
r.iller $15,000. 334- L., .
685-3208 lv, nli . $." 01
Watkins '79 27 ft. 334-6 il-6508
ATVs 0'beam,8 draft, Scenkc cruiser 37 ft. Bulldozing HomempHomemprovement Recycling Roofing Self Storage SefStorage

6X12 enclosed trailer Yanmor. $8,500 334- Immaculate KITCHEN cornd.
w/1 side door & dbl 897-2167/733-0020 loaded w/ options KITCHtEN 171 , , t * iraii nnalla
doors in back $1900 Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. must seelt comes NA INN
new cond. 850-933- Center counsel, 225 with '07 Jeep. Dothan REM EING Self Stolage
9228/643-8312 Johnson outboard. $58,500 334-803-3397 Fi ATRING * Copper -*Brass METAL ,, S on,.g,
Can-Am'08, bought $4500. in electronics. TIOGA'04 Motor *Alunlmn' .nCans R I Si k.. *A t 'mni -i-1aA
in '09, 260 hrs, like Sale $7,000. 334-235- Home 24ft w/slidout *- (Grilr * 'n LI FETIME .wa. .4 ste... Alun min Scrap ROOF ING INC. 24r.scs s .
new, XT kg w/Warn 2995 - 7293 miles 4KW Onan * lE'xci;>ntor CABINETS file * Radiators Kea'v )ad Entron ,
wench, &upgraded Gen., very clean t Naiiril sliti' Old Batteries. etc 'i l / i - -'
tiress &wheeps.Pd $31,00b 334-687-9663 * DIiuI Trnck (I t ( ot All o ,l A ime ) li' ,iIr - iNatural icStoneOldBa eres. etc /'11f* ,'I ntl- Ge't
$8500 asking $6200. 1 *�liiali- ihr( ", tI 011 f 'li r 2ndMlonth FREE 30 Yea rsif Iss
Under warranty till RVs/Campers ()1l-To-New 3rot 19is tH o90 westiit '1Po we l l
S012 3 8933132 Wanted Demoltliln Colnplete , , ales & Installation M lu1a It32448 t
�Hodar9130 . Debri rls Reoital Kitlheun I), signn /l', o*r .1 mrsi. srin, omi ) Marian
4-Wheeler 4X 34 YAMAHA th '06 Fleetwood 2- � Retentin Ionnds and Rensomdelinig l'.'leIrincer nut (8 ) '4 IS9 \

or 3 trailer 0 7many e s,( r, i t,. . Home ImprtovSmte Lawn Servlces Lawn Services Painting
motorcycle 714-9380 ex tr, -'mi yit' i "" - n D
Kawasaki KX80 Dirt 470-8454 * i i. k tnd kit( n i""'"""" ' HAPPY HOME ' IHEWETTSI-
Bike, tuned,creally m ers/Travel REDUCED Montana " 'l')l) Soil I* illlDirt rIditg, Iu'IsI.... 1I
fast,Good Cond., Campe.,Trav E Wh.Gel,...ling REPAIR rdnlnmLr'
$1150. 334-3892816 I Trailers '05 5th Whieel, 4 (AlI u sn A ul
$ 3'slides, king bedll, I* luld ( hearingg ( rnll, Mot- ri Q -4. I4I 25 Yoears Experience Q haUnCnu, Inf
exc. cond., $28,000 1 Floor To Roof
Boats ] 14' New Enclosed 850-547-2808 0 'lS, 1960 ith, Crltiiled Tlltirs: 9-NIR,,,f K I T
Cargo Trailer will sell Sn10 lulling iuo Big Or Snmaill Jobs
1978Quachi for $2200 or trade RIVER CANYON '05 r ,M
1990 40HP E d Trailer/5th wheel/ very nice, queen bed , l, Sme Day (850) 593-6458 , 1 ,,II , \hi, h,,.
outboard, galvanized '99-'04 with slide and Entertainment cen- all 850-526-2346 Emergency ServIce (850) 693-1360 , m mi,,
motor, depth finder, 4p82 f ce.3850-/ crp Mh or850-526-8367M. e 5i I1 't .' i%-
VHF radio, Exc. Cond. 482 t631/577. 332 $24,900.850-50-1486I I
fai'. ACf&iHeating M.5 8n...S7-329
rC 12 4 411 1 ", transportation AC & Heating (1 .)- ',
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1200 Rn o .:. .,, , . euirker POCabinet LE Ceramic Tile
1979R2008 ' o L29 . Al Appian i!,. L and Cleaing, Inc. shop. LLC BARN KITS - Vanities/Sinks
Fiberglass 16' Bass stone Laredo RL29. S Lond Clearing, Inc. Shop, LLC BIcne s
Boat W /70 hip force call M ike (334)791- A111 4 W h Dl ye )m mocaiylo nede w F xt u rL
Engine 0 w/trim, 0318 $24,500obo. 4-Wh D specializing in A Locally ned Counter Tops
trolling motor, new like ne ' , slide*Y & Residential A/C & HEAT SERVICE .,.Cl850 832.950 Sp c liziWo 11 All L
carpt,2 swivel. . I7whnv-na (0nI1 Cell 850.83250s5 Wood Cabinets New FIxtures
teeats co crufising Trailer sleeps 8, lh. tOlltSl(ll WE OFFER COMPLETE & CoULnteitop MARIANNA call Randy
seats, new Marin in front & twinhnks pillueM. ,itr ""TRUSS" INC.DioeAnmd
battery. Fxt. Cond. in back, ACDC gIas . I'1titr4,"O111q 1W fU. ti, i teiIN I'm Handy
12,0C0 I 464 18514 I rig AC (fas heater, - A29000BordeniSt. AM I" M inw"m oltIn vitQ,1161016,rAt W
7o Obal. T rophy F lly oa ed $6915. 2900 BordeiE St. L.U'IC BILLS .,11 1 inn. ,, IO ......079 u-44 28,,,
2000 Bayliner Trophy CIlI 4-790-56t r (AMIi;(5O 82459n! (50) 570-4428 mti # 2-Insrd
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S. .. .i .I. ancd l aen oi inent'. D tyil will pi po ed action: (1) to tho- *iibinitttiiig a responsive) usable
..Leluus ,, ....050K' l h . ....It i1 , equiled h. ad tvalulhlch A ,tItvmevnt oof the Ibo. till(e, bid and re- square feet of exist-
" , , IS l . . . ...... I, ,,, Load- t ,, .1 ...... i Iplo i l publh i p, ( ttio. n l. pol ofic rules or st tat- turning said docu- iNgO office space to
S . G II t,. , lNivINy tlo 4 .O , l O.... he Ah.s tIie e itioner lIentils prepaid, in house a Child Sup-
-,HII.I,,,h Alllholiy Petitions: Aperson (ontends require r- 9oo0id oiidition, with- port Enforcement
4.'., ". i,, ,,, d..., ,h hsr ml wl ),e ,$). 1.tantihol in- wvers l o lr mlodiflca- ii tell (10) dlays after (CSE), General Tax
1/ 9 1 l ht'ell ruiser, ,, ,......d I lhte .11i t h,, ,e aMe0 t .ion of a c ency's receiptofbi lls. At administration (GTA)
. ..lI ,, lht u J k,.i ..... I, ,i h i pl I Ih . Io ,d ler- r p r ed cFiton in- General Contractors & Property Tax O ver-
Road King, coews, 350 M I ' ".- lhi' . l. to m iles-803 . / ll ) 111 ,11 d onhodt b$. I d !00 l ,) *)601( M i i. i iV o pIa llel 1,,,n ion s Iladn -lie tifon o fl yow tmeo al- one set, together or B) twoer
Sa00seli 1 tit leW,lultv-,i tlit ...i i n stSellIh I0K $8000.IO , w i o ofext ' al I il, (lto'-. , All ni li n i .i l i., 1 ,i , lrlh e factIs relate to subcontractors, sup- separate existing of-
2011 ex c. co ndit$, $ 05i 9OItt o M ai tn& l( cI lle rs I-D a ct t u 'rs J au lt, tO - J/ lt 4 ., 1i. )m1 t/ n I eItom ti v l ni lltll I ni .....i .. . ..-.. I l it - -sp e ci fict ru les or p liers, or o th ers m ay fice sp ace one m e as-
$ ,t00. 1M.13 1-It4612108 WOii , lat'-thh llii Noti tlhwet IDl', ',,tin i .0' 1(19 arul .taitutes; and, (g) A purchase a full set of during approximately
t l50l.f l-t.-.I t.08 Woma ll.htketI h , t 1lii i'. Th Pit 10.,/, 1.5. Ihel peti t.atIeIt of the re- documents for $50.00 6,218 +/ 5%,/ for the
ftetltets ivaill ftr Cmuiindngs/Onan uilttcitwW, ,IX4 5.411, Rl.s" .,,- AoIh(l ily", liiion inuti-, coidin the lief sought by the pe- per set, non CSE Service Center
Harley David,ion t1,8i Extra. 33. 1-4t .1-3551 Cueneingr 0 s . fn i iI le , ti i lig ifi tii oth titioner, stating pr- refundable, and the other meas-
L L C W/ sidte tg'at,-. . . ..1 fl t ue, tlark )hs p
v.w/ 'tnl;tf , $tt0,t0. "85KW 400a otSol 3. 10. . 2' 0.- switch is 4 poultry pw/ bed cover, $14500 "I'l ,,, .ld Center, filed with (received petitioner wishes the Partial sets will not 5,632 +/-5%,for the
1 34 805-08 1 house $15,000. OBO 33i-714'T999 i...t IB, Pensacola, by) the Department's agency to take with be sold to major GTA/PTO Service
--1 n,.1 i400 poultry ,,.I, 32502-5794. Agency Clerk in the respect to the agen- subcontractors, (me- Center; located with-
*A I h, , ii., of Lubing nip- FORD '07 F250 Super GMC 07' Sierra crew The Permitting Au- Office of General cy's proposed action. chanical, plumbing in Jackson County
.-f .1., iinkers 334-726- Duty V-8 Crew Cab cab 4 door loaded all thority's telephone Counsel of the De- A petition that does and electrical). Sup- and within the fol-
S117 ,-.r 334-795-6101 XLT, 2WD. 18K miles, power, white exc. number is 850/595- apartment of Environ- not dispute the mate- pliers and other lowing boundaries;
Suzuki '08 GZ250 custom Motorcycle Tan, $30,000 334-688- cond 55K mi. asking 8300. mental Protection at rial facts upoh which subcontractors may North: Kelson Ave.,
u..u td ed Trailer 4x8Motd lirc ts, 8606, 334-695-0688 payoff $19,500. 334- 3900 Commonwealth the Permitting Au- purchase drawings East: Noland Street,
, , Runs Good Trailer 4x8 led lights, 763-0146 Project File: A comn- Boulevard, Mail Sta- thority's action is and specifications at South: Interstate 10,
Haey Dvidso 1989 -791-0701 neath, never used, DSL Crew Cab F-350 Mitsubishi '06 Raider plete project file is tion #35, Tallahas- based shall state that the rate of West: Hwy 231/State
Harley vidsonl989, , --0701 neathorrnevr used DSL Crew Cab 50K DuroCross, Crew available for public see, Florida 32399- no such facts are in $2.00/sheet of draw- Rd 75; available for
-..Ir .. Hj.. g. ,n rage - miles, $29,500 334 Cab V8 Loaded, 32K inspection during the 3000 (Telephone: dispute and . other- ings and 20C/page of occupancy on or
S l...i ... " 4699-6711 695-7769,.695-7770 " a7nrr nrmal business 850/245-2241). Peti- wise shall contain specifications, about: November 1st,
K .4 1 7 '. ' Ferguson T020 52' - '' 1 ,,,,r ,,f 8:00 a.m. to tions filed by any the same information 2011. A MANDATORY
-- : ...:.].. rebuild, . A ,.m. Monday persons other than as set forth above, as Bidding documents bidder's conference
bl .: r -,iired & 'I i 'tir .itt Friday (ex- those entitled to required by Rule 28- will be sent UPS, col- will be held at 11:00
' " : .,:* i ^ crank *-- * .... I, gal holidays), written notice under 106.301, F.A.C. lect, unless other- a..m. (EST) on June
t-rnt.-'t. i--i many art it., physical ad- Section 120.60(3), wise specified. 16, 2010 at 501 South
t..,, p.%.lrt to list. 3 Jor, indicated F.S., must be filed Because the adminis- Calhoun Street, Carl-
nitntuil: .icluded IL or the Permit- within 14 days of trative hearing proc- Each bid must be ac- ton Building, Suite
Sirnhl.r s.-. 6End Ford Ford '07 Ranger ,_'i., i., !- .. .,ithority. The publication of this ess is designed to companies by a bid 118, Tallahassee, Fl
Har Davidson uzuki- 08 MBa 50ZS $I,)u OBO autom,-ic v Toyota Ti. .i. ....pI. te project file Public Notice or re- formulate final agen- bond, or a cashier's 32399-0100 or via
Harley Davidson 2000 vet & Black 2.5K 334-621-0059 30,000 miles, TRD pkg, crew cab, includes the Draft ceipt of a written no- cy action, the filing check, made payable conference call.
1200 Sportster, 5,400 miles. Excellent con- Excellent, $9800. LWB, 68K, toolbox. Permit, the Technical twice, whichever oc- of a petition means to the Jackson Coun-
miles, burgudy edition windshield, Gandy 4 row insect 334-790-7959 silver $15,900 Evaluation and Pre- curs first. Under Sec- that the Permitting ty School Board, Ma- Sealed replies must
w/widshield sa die detachable saddle- cide applicator. 334-803-3001 liminiary Determlna- tion 120.60(3), F.S., Authority's final ac- rlanna, Florida in the be received by 2:00
bags, crash bar, bags.$4,000 FIRM. w/double boxes, for FORD '07 Sports Trac, tion, the apliction however, any person tion may be different sumn of 5% of the P.M., EST on July 8th,
334-3adult operated $6500. (334)585-656 mountedon toolbarchemi$20,500 OBO 229-86- loaded LalAds nd information sub who ,ked the Per- from the position base bid as a guaran- 2010, at 501 South
334-390-0220 mountedontoolbar. $20,500BO229-861itted by the ppli- ,,- Authority for taking by it in this tee and with an Calhoun Street, Carl-
HARLEY DAVIDSON Good condition. $400. 2714, 229-309-1890 cant (exclusive iotf of agency ac- Pubnt Notice of In- agreement that the ton Building, Suite
2003, 1200 Sportster 229-758-3146 or 229- Henry Cobb Leoal Notices iontidential cords tion may iie a petl- tent to Issue Air Per- bidder will not re- 143 to the attention
100th anniv, edition i. 400-5184 iJndel Section tion within 14 (lays of imit. Persons whose voke or cancel his of: Michele Cook
Lotso chrome. i BUY 403.111, F.S.). Inte- receipt of that no- substantial Interests bid or withdraw from /Michele Lewis, Tal-
$7,500. 334-701-3974 LF14993 ested persons my twice, egardless of will be affected by the competition for lahassee, Florida
k'5033-0- 39,7 !! H/S INCOME FORD '08 F2SO contact the PeIilit. the date of publica- any such final decl- a period of thirty (30) 32399.
Harley Davidson'87 ump h(a OPPORTUNITY FI.O D D0 PUBLIC NOTICE ting Authoilty's proj- tion. A petitioner sion of the Permit- days after the open-
Superglide, Cus-T ph (Datona OPPORTUNITY DIESEL.DVD 95,000 Oopen-
FXR Superlide Cus- FST Sport STAINLESS miles. 4 door, at OFINTENT TO ISSUE ect engineer for addi- shall mail a copy of ting Authority on the ing of bids, and that The ITN may be at-
tom pait, ots of Be carbon exh, nw STEALDINER atictransisson AIR PERMIT tional information at the petition to the application have the in the event the con- tained by calling Mi-
chrome, $9500 850- tires, brakes, 334- STYLE Like New condition, the address and applicant at the ad- right to petition to tract is awarded to chele Cook /Michele
260-1666 693-9390 or 701-5588 CONCESSION BLUE exterior, TAN Florida Department phone number listed dress indicated become a party to the bidder, he will Lewis at 850-921-1134
Harley Davidson '95 TRAILER Interior, 4WD, ABS of Environmental above. In addition, above, at the time of the proceeding. In within ten (10) con- or 850-921-4996 or e-
Lowrider v36Kits.o INCLUDES a/c, alloys, am/fnit Protection Air electronic copies of filing. The failure of accordance with the secutive days after it mail your request to
Exc.cond. Saddle GRIDDLE, HOT & CD, cruise, driver ResourceSection, these documents are any person to file a requirements set is submitted, enter cookmudor.statefl.u
bags, spare seat COLD TRAYS, airbag, leather int., Northwest District available on the fol- petition within the forth above, into written contract s or Lewismi@dor.
$5500 334-94-2044 BOILING TRAYS, passenger airbag, PL, Office Draft Minor lowing web site: appropriate time pe- with the Jackson You may
TRIPLE SINK PS, PW sunroof Source Air Construc - ttp://www.dep.stat riod shall constitute Mediation: Media- County School Board also contact our Ten-
Harley Davidson '96 SS,000.OBO tow pkg. $28,000 tion Permit Project e.ll.uts/air/emisslon/ a waiver of that per- tion is not available in accordance with ant Broker with
Fatboy, red & white, 334-389-28116 (229)942-0667 No. 0630058-004-AC apd,/defautlt.asp. son's right to request for this proceeding, the accepted bid. The Cushman & Wake-
13K miles, great 3--21 - Green Circleh Bio a artmlnlstrative de- cost of the bond will field, W. David
shape, $8,500. John Deere'07 790 FORD 2005 Lariat Energy hic.. Notice of Intent to Is- termination (hear- LF14989 be included as part Hulsey at
334-899-1212 JohnDeere07 F350 Dually, 4X4, Cottondale Wood sue Air Permit: Ihe ing) under Sections of the bidders base- or
a a 04 V-Star 300 Loader w/Dup loaded, trailer brks Pellet Plant Permittii Authority 120.569 and 120.57. INVITATION TO BID bid proposal. via phone (850) 545-
es1100 Custotm 6k bucket, Bush Ho, sunroof. 139K miles Jackson County, gives notice of its in- F.S. or to intervene 4990. Reference ITN
w/LED's and Vance & $14,000 321-202-4324 $18,995. 334-791-6514 Florida tent to issue an air in this proceeding Bids will be received NOTE: There wll be a Number:730:0351.
w/LED's andVance& $14,000 321-202-4324 construction permit and participate as a by the Jackson Coun- Pre-Bid Conference From the date this
Hines exhaust. $5800 Yanmar 1601 Ford 2009 King Ranch Appcant: The appli- to the applicant for party to it. Any sub- ty School Board, Ma- Thursday, June 3, ITN is issued until a
334-790-9108 2WD, standard shift SDS F-250 6.4 L V8 cant for this project the project described sequent intervention rlanna, Florida, until 2010 9 10:00 amn. CT. notice of recom-
k9spd403 20 Hp. like new, Diesel. turbo 5 sp. is Green Circle Bio above. The applicant (in a proceeding initi- 2:00 P.M. Central at Cottondale High mended award, re-
S $3995. other Equip. auto trans. Forest Energy Inc. The ap- ,as provided reason- ated by another par- Time, June 8, 2010 in School, 2680 Levy jection of all bids or
Hry Davidson iAvail., Call 334-790- Green ext. Camel plicant's authorized able assurance that ty) will be only at the the Administration Street Cottondale, other notice is made,
Springer Soft Tail 5628 or 334-828-1325 Leather int. Loaded representative and operation of pro-l approval of the pre- Building Conference Florida and attend- no contact related to
$15,999. Call CSI Auto w/options. Family mailing address is: posed equipment will siding officer upon Room, at which time ance wfl be MANDA- the ITN will be al-
334-671-7720 or death forces sale. Greg Martin, Plant not adversely impact the filing of a motion and place all bids re- TORY for all General lowed between a bid-
334-714-2700 Vans 3.100 mi. Asking $45K Manager. Green Cir- ir quality and that in compliance with ceived will be public- Contractors who plan der and any Depart-
. , _ 334-687-3171 cle Bio Energy Inc. the project will com- Rule 28-106.205, ly opened and read to submit a bid for ment staff, with the
i .. Yamaha '05 Vmax Chrysler '95 Voyager. 87 F350 Bk- 2500 Gree Crcle ply ith all ppropri- F.A.C. aloud for furnishing this project, see Sec exception of the cn-
S nniv, edition in V6, auto, seats 8 FORD - 87 F30 Buc Parkway, Cottondale. ate provisions of all labor and maten- ton B, "Instructions tact person men-
ane red, excel, power, am/fm cass. et Truck one man Florida 32431. Chapters 62-4. 62- A petition that dis-. als for the construc- to Bidders", Para- tioned above. Any
cond 6K mi., 1198 cc new tires, NOW new /C 30 rea 204. 62-210. 62-212. putes the material tion of: graph B-16. unauthorized contact
&ncl. siss bar, $1975 B00 850-592- (334) 790-8891 $3900 Facilty Location: �.2.% and 62.297., acts ot which the , will disqualify the
utrd cover ,trickle 2832 Green Circle Blo En- FAC The Pernit:t Permitting Authori. GYMNASIUM FLOOR The Owner reserves bidder from further
HarleySportser 00.rgync operates irg AulMWito %i wll is t Act nis baseti REPLACEENT the rit to waive consieration. The
Harley Sportster 06' chger, $5,800. 5 334 Nlssan '01 the Cottortdale Wood sMue a Fiial Permit itmus tcontaintthefol.oIt tPROJECT Ifornalltle i iany Florida Department
Orange 1200R, Vance 333-5854 e Exc. Cond.w/ Pellet Plant which i ccordace te nf aon: COTTONDALE bd, nd to reject any of Revenue reserves
& Hines Short Shots. Mairit, records 132k located i Jaickson cont of the pro t a)i haime and ad- IGH SCHOOL or all or to ac- the right to 'eject
mla$7e200.n7,,95037ti.o$4800 CalltEric or all)bihnaintondacd-
mid$7,200.7948,9037 lAt n 334-685-22096 County at 2500 Groonlipo5se Draft Peroit, , tis, rf aeth attellc ,I FOR TlTE JACKSON ceptand b d antlay anuy or all responses.
2 $20 0 m - Circle Parkway anunhe Atimely pet l- afttertmd a lt ach COUNTY SCH L combination of altr-r o
HD'97, Fatboy, Pew- I PONTIAC 92'Trans. F 89 F150O 4w Cottondale. Florida. ,iaIon fot ait adlinT l,.gateiti's tI. eo iden. BOARD MAANNA. nate or separate bid LF14
ter & Black. lowered, rt mini van, pwr 4x4 Auto. $4,900 or trivia hearing ification number. it FIOI DA t mhat, in teir
garage kept .12k mi. cks/lindows, vreasonableo. r249 . Porolet: Cofiferuct 'fit|u iuucr SerionP ,kioe,.w: tb) tl.- e twl be to to"I ce ist given pur-
Must see. $llk OBO cleansets8$500t 'All o shall be li nteret of suant to the Self,
C'dale 850-352-4342 BP Motors 793-214,500.. 3348171 or i o I lly .S . or unles- public telephonee number of done according to Jackson County Storage Act, Florida -
wG rYaimaha'R640 BPMoor 73 817orient-ed,. rotor-tapI ou p .u mint ,.iet,.ed in uhe prtitioner: the plans and specific- SchoolBoard. Statutes Chapter
tDivorce pending. 0ntIed 4-dr. 8ft. bed, electric s octated aspiration" notic rest.N in . tIelephone number of Paul A. Donofro and JACKSON COUNTY Self Storage will sell
Must Sell $815 OBO tow package. power system and different decision or the petitions rep. Associates. Archi- SCHOOL BOARD by auction to the
Man & Woman Jack- v windows power baghouse to evaluate a siamicant change resentative, if any, tects. 2910 Caledonia BY: /s/ Lee W Miller, highest bidder the
ets Helmets avail. for locks, tint. AC, Full the technology. The ,f terim, or conti-; which shall be the Street. Marianna. Superintendent contents of spaces
extra.334-414-3551 L SK Diamond plated hammer null will be tons,. address for service Florida 32446. Plans Jackson County noted to the follow-
Honda '06 CTX 1300 Yanmaha'99 XVS11t I running boards & installed on purposes dunng the are on file and open School Board ing leases:
Cruiser Like New 42Kmi. Asking $3200 bed liner, gooseneck Pelletiing Line No. 3.' Comments: The Per- course of the pro- to inspection in the Marianna. Florida
4200 Mi. $5900 BO OB 080334-726-1215 or Concession Tral hide-a-way bali. lso The hori-ontal hart- mIttng Authortyt %ll ,ceeding: and an ex. office of the Archi- Unit 011 - Household
334-806-1322 334-477-3152 WANTED Reese Hitch.N ice ner mill operations is accept writ le corn.t-pl.natlon of hovw thei tect. 910 Caledonia LF14981
or Utility _ VhCl Motor Driven. 3348031575 or hours. Paticula-t the proposed Draft hal nghts with be at- Florida. Plans are al- INVITATtONTO
SG ondion 334 899-6586 Matter emissions ar Pe t for a period of fetedby the agency so on file n the fol- NEGOTIATE Unit064- Household
And Equipped. $5000.080 estimated to i .14 days front the determination: (c) A lowing plan rooms:
04 Jeep Wrangler X. 850-548-5719 crease 1.&2 tons per ,date of publication of Istatement of when F.W. Dodge Plan DOR Lease # Unit 104 - Household
soft top. auto, year. � this Public Notice. and how the petition- Rooms. Tallahassee., 730:0351
SAM/FM/CD, low Written comments er received notice of and Pensacola. Flori- Unit 125 - Household
Hona'06 CTX1300 miles, new tires, Trucks-Heavy DutyJ ftt h *oft ; must be received by the agency action or da. ,The Department of
Cruiser Like New $15,900. (850)579- Applications or thePermitting , - proved decision; Revenue will receive The same will be held
4200 Mi. $9 0157 construction perriits . thort) by close of (d) A statement of all i Drawtings and sptci- sealed replies to an at Marianna Self
334200 Mi.$ 55,90008 0157 2lJp Wranlr r are subject toreview business (5-00 pu 11I disputedt ssles of tications may be ob- Invitation to Negoti- Storage Facility lo-
334-806-1322 -- a--,- white, less than 20 in accordance withn or before the cund material fact It tainted from the of- ate (ITN) seeking ap- cated at 4610 Hwy
Honda 06' Rebel Solid miles. like new, must Ford 94 Ranger ext. the provisions ofl'f the 14-da. period, there are none the f ice of the Architect proximately 11,605 90. Marianna FL.
white windshield& 1 seeS, $15.000. cab 152K.m il. auto Chapter 403. Floridajif ,ritten comments petition must so atPost OfficeBox +/- 5%. (please be Jackson County, at
sadle bags 2600 mi. 1999 Blazer Tracker Call 334-393-2259 transcrews. $2000. Statutes (F.S.) andtreceised result In a state: te) A concise 11. 2910 Caledonia advised that anypro- 11:00 a.m. on June 9,
$2500. OBO 334988FC4xc. silver, grey clothI
$2500. OBO 334-886- 4x4slver, grey cloth 95 F- , Eddl 334-701-5516 or Chapters 62-4. 62-210 significant change to statement of the ulti- Street. Marianna. posal containing 2010.
3326 334-714-1110 inter ior. New cold BowerPKGnorust 3-691-2987 and 2-212 of thethe Draft Pernit. the ate facts alleged. Florida 32446. Gener- space in excess of
HONDA '06 Shadow. air. stereo with ipod runsgatb. C.95Florida Administra , Permittting Authority including the specific al Contractors may the +/- 5% of re-
Candy Apple Red, 2.8 jack. $3000 0, $3950.080Call 000 ive Code StFAC .).lh reie tt Draft acts the peti tioer obtainti one (1) set of quired square foot-
miles, LIKE NEW. 334-886-3154, 34gaf45n-ywit The proposed pIroje rnt i Perttit atdd t iertre, it , o tends tt 'arr-ant re. docituents upon age, including space
$5,300n229-334-8520.a334-798-9131pnew capaipliahlt' trer versal or nmodtfica- $75.00 deposit. whch labeled "free space' CO
$ 229-334-8520 334-798-9131 Chevy '67 C10$1200 pump 334 air per !ittin ue lic Notice. AlI llit of the agencurys wil be reunded only will be deemed non- BE HERET
2005 gold/tan ford OBO Or consider 693-5718
Honda '06 VTXi300 escape 90,000 miles trade 334-522-4380
5970 miles, saddle good condition h 7'Flt i
bags, windshield, $7,500 334-726-1655 Chevy 7 Fleet sid 67K
customer seat, $6000 factory 0, 3'sd. 67K
00o. 334-393-6382 BMW '04 X5, 64,500 original miles. Body
miles, new tires, rough. $2500. OBO.
LK -panaramic sunroof, 334-792-5578
O K ext. service til Sept.
$18,200. 334-798-1618 CHEVY '87 S-10 Pick- l
334-677-6714 Up $2,000 runs good
Chevrolet '05 ----
Avalanche LT, Super
nice, fully loaded.
Chevrolet '06 HHRLT
Sedan. Garage kept.
onda 07 Shad 25,438 mi. Bug & CHEVY '91. 1 Ton 12
Honda 07 ShadowBlackike weather guard. Run- Flat Bed Dump Truck
750 Aero Black like nin~g boards. Rear $5,500 or reasonable
new, only 2300 miles, spoiler. Black. Exc. offer 229-334-8520,
haust. hypercharger Cond. 30 mpg. 229-296-817104
$4400 OBO 36330 $10,000 334-790-4000 Chevy '91 Cherokee1
(302)858-1235 Chevy '05 Equinox. pickup, lift gate IZ *-.-d
SReb SUPER SHARPI Low $1500 850-352-4724
warranty left, 3500 month. Call Ron Ellis
ri like new, $2500 334-714-0028

CRHonda Dirt Bike

Chevy '99 Tahao,
limited edition, all
Kawasa '03 Vulcan power, 141K miles,
Drifter, garage kept, $5300OBO334-618- Chevy 96' Silverado
v lea, aew peta$5300080 Clean OutYour Kitchen
& many extra's $4000 navigation, sync, bed ner, new tiros,
OBO. 334-750-6237 brilliant red, weather looks nood & runs,

K 004 $27500. 334-791-2338 0 and Turn Extra Appliances
6654 after 5 p.m. 2-door Dark Blue,
Kawasaki 05' KX65 Rns ood 4500
Monster graphics pro Co0ditlouO$4500 h .
solute mint condo. great cond., $4200 D '0 P otaI
$975. 334-797-7984 OBO 850-526-2491 Sport Club cab,
Kawasaki '09 KXF250 ask for Tom automatic, V-6, 61K

Motor by BPM, 2 GMC '00 Jimmy, PW/ miles, Like New.
brothers perform- PL, AC, Very good $7200. 334-790-7959
ancepipe. Very fast condition, $3200 Dodge '02 Dakota
bike for the motor- 013 850-272-5259 DL ter lDakota
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Kawasaki '93 Vukan I'l,1 :old air. $3000.
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Red Kawasaki 09' crimson red w/gray 691-2987
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$3,995.3-9-21Magnuo l 193K ml.
334-692-3- 701-_ 9.29 A/T, A/C, P/steering,
eJEEP 197 Wrangler crews, $3,500. 0B3 JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN
Suzuki 07' GSXR 600 4x4, ac, ps, ac, at, 334-691-2987 / 344- C K SO N C O U N TY F LO R ID A N
like new, 3550 mi. new englne/trans/ 798-1768
$6 800luesall tires, artop. 792 5 (850) 526 3614 or (800) 779-2557
riding gear 000 334- 8018/792-8827,r .P 800. FORD h05 FIhO Lariat,
71 ___4-402 __9 ... Jeep '88 Wrangler Excellent condition, (850) 526-3614 or (800) 779-2557
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Star touring bike, New Tires & Rims. 4 door, good
2500 miles. $6,000. $5500 OBO condition, $14,200.
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