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Jackson County Floridan

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

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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

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

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Former teacher gets 5 years


Left without bracelet numerous


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STAFF REPORT
Former Sneads High School teacher'
Tommy Stoutamire has been sentenced to
spend five years in prison as a result of
violating a condition of his sex offender
probation.
As a condition of the 15-year probation
he received in pleading no contest to
charges in 2008, Stoutamire was required
to wear a monitoring device.
In court documents related to the case,
Stoutamire's probation officer alleged
Stoutamire "constantly gets bracelet-gone
alarms," and cited one particular incident
this February, in which Stoutamire failed
to wear the device as required.
Circuit Judge Michael Miller presided
over the violation of probation hearing last


month, and handed down the prison sen-
tence June 4. The judge also ordered
Stoutamire to spend five years on commu-
nity control, or house arrest, after complet-
ing his prison term.
Stoutamire was accused of offenses
against four of his female students, and in
2008 pleaded no contest to three counts of
lewd and lascivious molestation, four
counts of child abuse and two counts of,
false imprisonment.
At that time, he was living in Bristol. He
was sentenced to spend just under a year in
the Liberty County jail, then 15 years on
probation.
Stoutamire was teaching agriculture at
Sneads High when the case investigation
began in May of 2007.
Assistant State Attorney Greg Wilson


handled the hearing for the state, and said
he was satisfied with the judge's decision.
According to the court's scoring sheet,
Stoutamire could have received a 20-year
term for the violation. Wilson said he felt
it was a fair term considering the circum-
stances of the violations - in one case,
Stoutamire left without the device when he
was responding to a family emergency,
and called to report in when he realized
he'd left it. In another instance,
Stoutamire's son was able to account for
his father's whereabouts. on. the family
property, during the time the device was
not being used in accordance with the
court's order.
In the multiple "bracelet gone" viola-


See TEACHER, Page 4A >


Spill cleanup

items

coming to

C'ampbellton
BY-DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER.
Springhill Landfill in
Campbellton has started receiv-
ing garbage generated in the Gulf
oil spill clean-up effort, accord-
ing to Waste Management repre-
sentative Larry Jones.
Jones is Waste Management's
Public sector services manager
for this region.
SThe company has entered into
:'a contract w ith I~P. to receive
waste at'Springhill,. and other
landfills the company owns.
Jones said only a small amount
of waste has come to Springhill
since it began taking.. deliveries
last week. But he did not have a
specific figure-oin the volume
received so far, and didn't imme-
diately know the volume limits of
the contract, if any.
He, said the garbage is generat-
ed by the crews who are working
on ships in the Gulf. The typical
materials are work gloves, meal
packages and similar items.
Any oil that might wind up in
the garbage pile bound for
See CLEANUP, Page 4A >


Possible rig tank



washes up in Walton

STAFF REPORT
Walton County authorities say
a shiny, metal marine storage .._.
tank. washed ashore intact over
the weekend on Miramar Beach.
It is believed to be from the
Deepwater Horizon oil rig explo-
sion. No oil appears to be-leaking
from it, officials said.
A similar tank came ashore on
the west end of Panama City
Beach Saturday. Officials there , .1
estimated the tank to be in excess
of 5,000 pounds with a green and
white placard which reads BP
"Horiz," short for Horizon.
Containment crews removed it
with a tractor, loaded it on a trail-
er and hauled it off.
A crew hired by BP was to
remove the tank off Miramar
Beach Monday.
It will be transported to New
Orleans, where the investigation
of the oil rig explosion is taking
place.
This metal storage tank washed
.ashore on Miramar Beach. It is
believed to have come from the
Deepwater Horizon oil rig. -
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Juenile

charged for

possession
STAFF REPORT
A 17-year-old male juvenile
was arrested on drug and other
charges Sunday.
According to a press release
from the Marianna Police
Department, an officer3 conduct-
ed a traffic stop on a 2005 Kia
See CHARGED, Page 4A ,


Police seek

missing girl
STAFF REPORT
The Marianna Police
Department is asking for the pub-
lic's help in locating a missing or
runaway girl.
Nikeysia McDuffie is 13 years
old, weights approximately 110
pounds, is about 5 feet, 5 inches
tall, and is African-American.
She ran away from home June
5, authorities said, anid was last
seen in the company of a black
male and white female.
See MISSING, Page 4A >


Snack burglar still at large


STAFF REPORT
. Police say a craving for candy and potato chips is
what apparently led to a break-in at 4285 St:
Andrews Street in Marianna, where a sports bar is
set to open in a few weeks.
One or more persons entered the building after
someone shattered the front door with a concrete
block around 9:45 p.m Sunday night.
According to Capt. Bill Bryant of the Marianna
Police Department, shoe prints on some snack
vending machines in the building led police to
establish the probable motive.
However, the apparent attempt to rob the machine
was unsuccessful.


The suspects are still at large at this time. Anyone
with information about the burglary is asked to call
the Marianna Police Department at 526-3125.
The building is expected to open soon as the
Friendly Corner sports bar.
Owner Danny White, on hearing about the break-
in said he was "very disappointed," but undeterred
from his goal of opening sometime in July.
"I couldn't believe it, that someone would have
the nerve to do this after the struggles we've been
through trying to make this a go," White said. "But
forgiveness means everything, and I say let's put
this behind us, let's look past this and move on."
See BURGLAR, Page 4A ,


Burglars attempted to steal candy and chips from vending machines at
Corner sports bar. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


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Keeping cool


Grayson Lozano sits on Alexis Parish's shoulders as Alyssa
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at Compass Lake Saturday. - Mark Skinner /Floridan


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Tomorrow
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High - 94�
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Friday
Partly cloudy. Not quite
as hot. Scattered PM
storms.


High - 950
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Thursday
, azy, hot and humid with
scattered afternoon thun-
derstorms.


High - 94�
Low - 730


Saturday
Partly cloudy. Very.warm.
PM thunder.


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THE SUN AND MOON
Sunrise: 5:38 AM(
Sunset: 7:45 PM
Moonrise: 8:57 AM
Moonset: 10:40 PM


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Publisher - Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jcfloridan.com
Managing Editor- Michael Becker
mbecker@jcfloridan.com
Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski
doberski@jcfloridan.com

Genal
Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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on Sunday. The Jackson County
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lished Tuesday through Friday and
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Floridan reserves the right to edit all
submissions.


Getting it
Right!

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


June 15 - Tuesday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is
sold out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday in the Jackson 'County
Courthouse parking lot. The' state certified
farmers' market accepts FMNP/WIC and
Elder Affairs coupons.
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Tri-States
Automotive Warehouse Inc., 3966 Old
Cottondale Road in Marianna, 9 a.m. to 1
p.m., Or donate blood at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive in Marianna,
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-
4403.
* The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave. in Marianna, is having its Pre-Summer'
Sale, June 15, 17, 21 and 24. Buy one item,
get the second (equal or lesser value) at half
price. Call 482-3734.
* Emerald Coast Hospice hosts a volunteer
training session, 10 a,m. to 2 p.m. at 4374
Lafayette St. in Marianna. Lunch provided.
Call 526-3577.
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third 'Tuesday, at noon, in
Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* The Jackson County School Board's reg-
ular meeting begins at 4 p.m. in the district
office board room. Call 482-1200.
* Jackson County Quilters Guild Marianna
Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m. in the First
United Methodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton
Street, behind the Marianna Post Office. Call
272-7068.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.

June 16 -Wednesday
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Federal.
Correctional Institution, 3625 FCI Road,
Marianna, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., or donate blood
at the center, 2503 Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Call 526-4403.
* Jackson County Habitat 'for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* A groundbreaking ceremony for the City
of Marianna's newly renamed and relocated
farmers' market - "Madison Street Park"
- starts at 11 a.m. at 2884.Madison St.,
Marianna.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
12-1 p.m. at-the First United Methodist


Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.

June 17 - Thursday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
.open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold
out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in
the Jackson County Courthouse parking lot.
The state certified farmers' market accepts
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Apalachee
Correctional Institution, East Unit, 35
Apalachee Drive, Sneads, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
EDT; and at Apalachee Correctional
Institution, West Unit, 52 West Unit Drive,
Sneads, 12:50-5 p.m. EDT. The SCBC loca-
tion in Marianna is closed today. Call 526-
4403.
* The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave. in Marianna, is having its Pre-Summer
Sale, June 15, 17, 21 and 24. Buy one item,
get the second (equal or lesser value) at half
price. Call 482-3734.
* The Covenant Hospice Garden Gala
Committee presents the 2010 Garden Gala
Art Collection Preview, 3-6 p.m. at Covenant
Hospice, 4215 Kelson Ave., Suite E,
Marianna, featuring benches, swings,
Adirondack chairs and children's picnic
tables that have been transformed by local
artists. The pieces will be auctioned at the
Garden Gala on June 26. For more informa-
tion or to purchase Garden Gala tickets, call
482-8520 or e-mail
jennifer.griffin@covenanthospice.org.
** Jackson County NAACP meets, 5:30 p.m.
at 2880 Orange St., Marianna (behind Bryant
Enterprises). Call 482-3766 or 569-1294.
* The Town of Grand Ridge will conduct a
public workshop, 5:30 p.m. in the Town Hall,
to discuss and review the purchase of a new
fire truck. Call 592-4621.
* Jackson County Quilters' Guild Alford
Sit-n-Sew is the first and third Thursdays of
the month, 6-8 p.m. at the American Legion
Hall, Alford. Anyone interested.in quilting or
sewing is welcome. Call 579-4146 or 394-
7925.
* Thursday Night Concert in the Park -
Jackson. County Parks and 'Recycling
Department's second summer concert series
continues tonight with Dennis Guy playing a
variety of music at Citizens Lodge Park, 7-
9:30 p.m. Admission is free. Bring lawn
chairs, blankets and enjoy the free outdoor
concert.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion), 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room. Attendance limited to persons with
a desire to stop drinking.


June 18 - Friday
* Author Ruth Bell Gauger, formerly Ruth
Bell Hornsby, will sign copies of her book,
"Jimmy and Jessie: Above the Crowd, A
Memory of Love," 12-3 p.m. at the Jackson
County Public Library in Marianna.
* 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 the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

June 19 - Saturday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold
out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in
'the Jackson County Courthouse parking lot.
The state certified, farmers' market accepts
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
* Blacksmith class at Pioneer Settlement in
Sam Atkins Park, Blountstown, starts at 8
a.m., focusing on the art of shaping heated
iron and. steel (forging) with hand tools such
as hammers, tongs and chisels on an anvil.
Cost: $40 donation. Limited availability; call
850-674-2777 or e-mail
info@ppmuseum.org.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

June 20 - Sunday
* Descendants of James "Jim" Matthew
and Annie "Vester" Sylvester Nowell Cloud
will gather.for the 19th Annual Cloud Family
Reunion at the Dellwood Community Center
in Dellwood. Bring covered dishes for the
noon meal; paper goods and ice will be pro-
vided. Call 850-592-6525 or e-mail
cjcook@wfeca.net.

June 21 -,Monday
* The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave. in Marianna, is having its Pre-Summer
Sale, June 15, 17, 21 and 24. Buy one item,
get the second (equal or lesser value) at half
price. Call 482-3734.
* The board of the Panhandle Public
Library Cooperative System meets at 6 p.m.
in the PPLCS office, 4439 Marion St.,
Marianna. Call 482-9296.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church,. 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
June 13, the __
latest avail- -?r . -.
able report: , --. :
One missing ,-t' ,
j u venil e.I; . El
one suspi-
cious person, two burgla-
ries, one burglary of a
vehicle, two verbal dis-
turbances, one burglar
alarm, seven traffic stops,
one criminal mischief
complaint, one shoplift-
ing report and one public
service call.


JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and
county Fire/Rescue
reported the following
incidents for June 13, the
latest available report
(Some of these are after-
hours calls taken on
behalf of Graceville and
Cottondale police depart-
ments): One drunk pedes-
trian, five accidents, two
hospice deaths, three
abandoned vehicles, one
reckless driver, three sus-
picious vehicles, seven
suspicious persons, one
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special detail, one verbal
disturbance, 10 medical
calls, one burglar alarm,
one panic alarm, 29 traf-
fic stops, two larceny
complaints, one criminal
mischief complaint, two
civil disputes, one tres-
passing complaint, three
juvenile complaints, one
assault, two suicide
attempts, one noise dis-
turbance, one assist of
motorist or pedestrian,
one assist of another
agency, one open
door/window checked
and one threat/harass-
ment complaint.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
- Henry Jimenez, 49,
10834 Bellamy Court,
Orlando, driving under
the influence, driving
while license suspended/
revoked, refusal to sign
citation.
- Charles Smith, 30,
1340 Mill Road, Alford,
battery-domestic violence.
- Timothy P'enzin, 39,
2111 Church St., driving


under the influence, driv-
ing while license suspend-
ed/revoked.
- Charles Root, 57, 1180
Shepards Way, Graceville,
fleeing/attempting to
elude, driving while
license revoked/suspend-
ed, resisting arrest without,
violence, hold for Leon
County.

JAIL POPULATION: 234

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


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Cottondale Elementary School


fourth nine-weeks honor roll


First grade,
All A - Mason Braxton, Blake
Brown, David Bush, Mianna
Covington, Caitlin Cummings,
Taylor Dumas, Hailey Durrance, lan
Gainey, Addison Griffin, Kirsten
Haggerty, Kylie Harvey, Bryce
Ingram, Hanna McClain, Ashlee
Pate, Jaden Patterson, Eva Pullin,
Josie Scott and Zoie Williams. *
A/B - Clayton Anderson, Samuel
Barnes, Briana Barton, Matthew
Cook, Xavier Davis, Amiyah
Godwin, Destiny Goldsmith, Cason
Halley, Destiney Holland, Kiana
Jackson, Haleigh Johnson, Dillon
Jones, Jaycee Kelley, Madison
Landry, Makenzie Marsh, Logan
Mathis, Brianna Miller, Ethan Parris,
Laura Patel, Bryce Ray, Trinity
Sherrod, Michael Shores, Dayonna
Smith, Tristen Werts, Jourdan Wesley
and Christian York.

Second Grade
All A - Aubree Barfield, Avery
Burkett, Amanda Clayton, Emily
Davis, Jordan Dominguez, Austin
Grissett, Isabella Harrell,' Michael
Heafner, Jessie' Johnson, Kasey
Lathan, McKenna ' Morrison,
Cheyenne Quick, Valerie Sampson,
Morgan Seale, Cameron Syfrett,
Kalina Torres and Connor Vickery.
A/B - Trevor Bengry, Cheyann
Blackmon, Jordan Braxton, Chyanne


Bray, Issac Brincefield, Zechariah
Brown, Ethan Carr, Christian Chase,
Dominico Collins, Kobe Colon,
Elizabeth Cutchins, Caleb Dutton,
Qui' Darius Henderson, Daniel
Maloy, Colleen McLendon, Kyra
Patterson, Kendall Redmon,
Sebastian Rhodes, Kaleb Rodell,
Avery Roland,. Kourtney Samuels,
Corey Shores, Hunter Smith, Joseph
Turner, Joshua Wesley and-Jazmon
Williams.

Third Grade
All A - Lilly Ball, Mallory
Barber, Emily Barnes, Bethany
Fowler, McKenzie Gay, Nahin Hayat,
J.D. Heafner, Aaron Jackson,
Scotlynn Lewis, Luke Mayo, Morgan
Ricca, Blayton See, Cody Shores,
Caroline Sweet, Emily,Tyler and C.J.
Young.
A/B - Savannah Acord, Zgchary
Ayotte, Dalvin Barnes, Tynisiara.
Barnes, Jaquan Bryant, Sierra Bush,
Cyanna Clements, Tyler Cutchins,
Tatyana Faulk, Gable Hanson,
Deana Holland, Corbin Jackson,
Jaylen James, Luke Johnson, Kiley
Justice, Nathan Kelley, Kaelynn
McClain, Payton Melvin, Makayla
Morris, Desirae Pace, Jeb Perkins,
Isabelle Pippin, Jacob Powell,
Trenton Shumaker, Cheyanna
Smith, David Smith, Codirtney
Stephens, Janalyn Stephens, Danny


Tijerina and Carol Zuraff.

Fourth Grade
All A - A.J. Carter, Ryan Davis,
Skylar Dominguez, Josh Glass,
Summer Hayes, Amber Pollard,
Carlisha Robertson, Rachel Routt,
Andrea Sampson and Gracie Zick.
A/B - Kristen Adams, Gabriela
Aguillion-Tovar, Grayson Ball,
Alexis Bradley, Dustin Brown, Logan
Deese, Austin Dove, Austin Duvall,'
Sharleena Franklin, Zoie Gainey,
Jantzen Gates, Terrisina Gibson,
Bailey Johnson, Zachary Maldonado,
Holly Morris, Tanyia Potter, Colby
Roland, Shalonda Walton, Deanna
Waters and J.T. White.

Fifth Grade
All A - Michael Black, Priscilla
Finch, .Melissa Hazell, Hailey
McClain, Brad Vickery, Jordan
Wheeler and Hannah White.
A/B - Ka'Von Adderson, Troy
Adkins, Bryaran Barton, Alan
Bowden, Anthony Clayton, Brandon
Gramling, Trevor Jackson, Arionna
Johnson; Brittany Johnson, Austin
Kelly, Kender Kikilidis, Zackery
Lane, Kodie Melvin, Kelsey Miller,
Natasia Moses, Laramie Pooser,
Arielle Rhodes, Abby Rhodes, Tyra
Roulhac, Haley Scurlock, Kristin
Senkle, Brittney Shores, Makayla
Smith and Nicholas Staley.


Club celebrates National Garden Week
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

In observance and cel-
ebration .of National
Garden Week, June 6-12,.
the Marianna Garden.
Club presefited Pleace
lily plants to local banks'
in Marianna. Club mem-
bers delivered the plants
June .7 toKevin Griffin,
vice-president, Bank of
Bonifay; Thomas Wilder,
president, Bank of
Jackson County; Nina
Goodson, vice-president,
First Capital; Rhonda
Smith, branch manager,
Hancock Bank; Robin
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Supply shortages slowing Gt

ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER ~ ,


MOBILE, Ala. - As
countless tar balls washed
ashore on a beach along
Alabama's Gulf Coast,
cleanup workers sat and
watched because they did-
n't have the proper plastic
covers to protect their
shoes. Elsewhere, a crew
using shovels and garden
rakes worked for hours on
a long stretch of sand that a
machine could have
cleaned in minutes.
Almost two months after
the Deepwater Horizon oil
rig exploded in the Gulf of
Mexico, shortages of gov-
ernment-required protec-
tive gear and cleaning
equipment are slowing-
work to.remove the sticky
mess and keep beaches and
marshes along the Gulf
Coast safe and oil-free.
BP says it's doing all it
can to keep' supplies
stocked and has had to turn
to foreign companies for'
help. But with demand so
high for everything from
plastic gloves, to oil-block-
,ing booms and sandsifting
machines, finding enough
items to outfit workers and
protect the coast is an
unending task.
As the oil first stained
the Alabama coast, offi-
cials say some people hired
to pick up tar balls off the
sand couldn't lift a finger
because they didn't have
the bright yellow boot cov-
ers that have since become'
ubiquitous on the beach.
The workers eventually got
the booties, and now, it
sometimes seems like there
are more of them on the
sand than bare feet.
BP also is still trying to
find additional sand-sifting
machines, which are capa-
ble of cleaning long areas
of beach in minutes rather
than the hours it takes to do
the work by hand. The
company didn't even know
they existed until Gulf
Shores Mayor Robert Craft
recently showed off one
operatedby the city.
Coast Guard Lt. Erik
Halvorson, a spokesman


Gulf Supply co-owner Ronnie Hyer holds a gasmask at his warehouse in Mobile, Ala.
after an oil rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, shortages of government-required pr
equipment are slowing work to remove the sticky mess and keep beaches along the
AP Photo / Dave Martin


for the unified area com-
mand overseeing their spill
response, said shortages
haven't caused any major
slowdowns in the cleanup,
and large orders have been'
placed in advance when
needs.are anticipated. .
"I believe that any
response work delays ... are
localized and short term,
not-widespread," he said.
Rorinil Hyer's company,
Gulf Supply Co. of Mobile,
has become a major suppli-
er of safety equipment and
other gear being used all
over the Gulf Coast - but
finding enough supplies
has become a daily strug-
gle.
"This is worse than a
hurricane," said Hyer.
"This is a never-ending
hurricane."
One day the shortage
may be' white disposable
coveralls worn by cleaning
crews, Hyer said, while the
next day it might be gloves.


Both are required under
rules set out by -the
Occupational ,Safety and
Health Administration, he
said, so crews can't work
without them.
"There's no chain, no
rope. There's a shortage of
steel posts in this area," he
said: "They found some in
'Houston."
When Hyer's company
finds an item, it buys in
bulk..Pallets and storage
shelves all around Gulf
Supply's site in northern
Mobile are' full of sun
screen, coveralls, degreas-
er, toilet paper, 'trash bags,
ice coolers, shovels, rakes
and orange vests. A trailer
is loaded with shovels and
rakes, arid.they found.boot
covers - 70,000 of them.
"They called yesterday,
and wanted 350 kitty litter
scoops," said Hyer. "They
clean the sand with them."
Many of the items in
Hyer's warehouse.: are


Stamped "Made in' China."
Though BP says it tries to
buy from American manu-
facturers, sometimes it's
impossible.
"Where critical material
is not available and will not
be available in any reason-
able period of time we
have literally scoured the
globe," said BP executive
vice president Chris Sliger.
For example, BP's pur-
chasers have bought boom
in several countries includ-
ing the U.K., Norway, the
Middle East, Brazil, and
China - "literally every
place we can get it in the
world," Sliger said.
But in the wetlands and
marshes inside the barrier
islands near Grand Isle,
La., all that boom is having
mixed results. It works in
sone places, holding back
oil. But in many areas,
There isn't' any boom and
the shorelines are awash in
sticky, brown crude.


BY SEAN MURPHY
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

OKLAHOMA CITY -
Firefighters helping a 17-year-oldgirl
escape swift floodwaters were forced
to cling to treetops and await rescue
themselves after 10 inches of rain
deluged parts of the Oklahoma City
area Monday.
The boat carrying the rescuers sank
just as it reached the teen along a
North Canadian River tributary that
had toppled its banks. A second boat
was able to safely recover the girl, the
firefighters and the boat owner who


lent his craft to the effort, which
included more than 50 rescues of res-
idents and stranded motorists.
No fatalities or major injuries were
reported. The Oklahoma State
Department of Health received 136
reports of mainly cuts, scrapes and
exposure to flood water, but none'
required hospitalization.
When the rescuers' boat sank, they
put a flotation vest on the teen and
joined her in the tree, Cpl. Kyle
Templeton said.
The girl had waded into the fast-
moving water to help a stranded
motorist, who was able to get out of


23 mile stretch closed Missine


to shrimp, crab fishing


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

PENSACOLA
Florida officials are tem-
porarily closing a 23 mile
stretch of water off the
Florida Panhandle to the
fishing of crabs, shrimp and
saltwater fish because of
the oil spill.
The closure went into
effect on Monday and
includes a portion of
coastal waters off Escambia
County.
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation


She has a history of run-
ning away and has been
Csen in the areaP nnlice


Commission says they are .. . .a .
taking precautionary said. Anyone who informa-
actions regarding the har-'
vest and consumption of
these species, which inay Charged
be affected by oil from,the
Gulf of Mexico spill, because of careless driving.
Interior bays and estuar- The juvenile driver was
ies remain open, and oys- found not to have a valid
ters4 clams ahd mussels are driver's license, the officer
not included in the closure, reported.
FWC Chairman Rodney During the course of the
Barreto says Florida's fish- traffic stop, 33.5 grams of
series remain in good health marijuana was located
and that fish bought in inside of the 'vehicle,
commercial outlets and according to the release.
restaurants are safe to eat. As a result, the juvenile


her vehicle safely, Templeton said.
"She was nervous, of course; but
she was calm. For 17 years old, she
was really calm," Templeton said. "I
just stood there and hugged the tree.
We were all just hanging out there
together."
Slow-moving thunderstorms devel-
oped just south of the Oklahoma City
area early Monday and dropped
between 6 and 10 inches over most of
the city by 11 a.m., inundating neigh-
borhoods .and, stranding morning
commuters. Several interstates were
shut down, but reopened Monday
afternoon.


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tion as to her whereabouts
is asked to call .the
Marianna Police
Department at 526-3125.


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was charged ,and was later
released to his guardian at
the request of the
Department of Juvenile
Justice.
He was charged with
possession of more than 20
grams of cannabis, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia,
and driving without a valid
license.


Teacher Continued From Page 1A

tions, the absences were of a very given Stoutamire 30 days in jail as a some DOC time for it, and on the
short duration, Wilson said. warning for a bracelet violation, other hand you had a technical viola-
But, Wilson said, the judge obvi- Wilsoni said the state made no sen- tion and his family pleading for him,"
ously felt some prison time was tencing recommendation. he said.
appropriate. "It was a tough call for the judge to . "We felt it was the appropriate
That decision may have been in make; he had the families of the vic-. course to simply present the informa-
light of the fact that, on a previous tims on one hand, who were adamant tion, and let the judge, sort out what
occasion, Judge Bill Wright had that they wanted (Stoutamire) to get was right in this case."


Cleanup Continued From Page 1A

Springhill would be "incidental," he ing along the Gulf Coast of Florida, Once it arrives at Springhill, the
said, such as material that might wind but could include a small amount garbage goes into a double-lined cell,
up on the gloves. from the.Alabama coastline, he said. he explained. The liner system is 6
The garbage is collected from the The materials being accepted at the feet thick, with numerous compo-
ships and placed in heavily lined con- Campbellton landfill are all classified nents designed to retain all that goes
trainers . then trucked to the landfill, as non-hazardous by the in it, and a leachate collection system
The garbage being accepted there Environmental Protection Agency, that collects run-off and pumps it into
is mostly collected from crews work- according to Jones. a holding reservoir.


Burglar


White says he's willing to let
bygones be bygones.
"I want to say to the person or peo-
ple who did this, if you need some-
thirg that badly, come talk to me per-


sonally," Wluc said. "I think this wvas
someone who doesn't quite under-
stand the magnitude of this burglary.
This is a disappointment to the com-
itiunity, and I believe it hurt a lot of


Continued From Page 1A


people around there to know that
someone would interfere with some-
thing positive we're trying to do.
We're going to get through this and
get open."
T


ilf oil cleanup

power and the lack of
equipment," said Jefferson
Parish Council Chairman
John Young.
BP spokesman Michael
R. Abendhoff said the com-
pany has .called in boom
from all over the world and
manufacturers working
overtime to supply more.
"The hard boom is
cleaned and reused,"
Abendhoff said. "The soft
boom has .to,.be replaced
with new boom when it's
oil soaked. The demand is
unending no%."
Around the' Gulf, ;sup-
plies are being stockpiled
and.shipped out of 17. dif-
ferent staging areas from
coastal Louisiana to: Port
St. Joe, Fla., according to
Halvorson. President
Barack Obama was sched-
uled to visit one of' the
largest on Monday near
Theodore, Ala.
Sliger said BP is, trying
to buy additional saind-sift-
ing machines, which are
pulled behind tractors
,Friday. Almost two months down the beach. Work will
o6tective gear and cleaning speed up considerably once
coast sae and oil-free. - those areavailable, he said.
,,' believe ... that we pur-
chased ftive more, and
we're trying to find as
"What really hits me the, many more as we can," he
,most is the lack of man- said.


S OBITUARIES


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Lynwood
'Burch

Lynwood Burch, 64, of
Marianna died Monday,
June 14, 2010, at his resi-
dence.
Arrangements will be an-
.nounced later by James &
Sikes Maddox Chapel.
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059


Nancy Jean Graf, 78, of
Cottondale passed away
Saturday, June 12, 2010, in
Jackson Hospital.
She had been a'resident
of this area for 34 years and
had attended the Alford
Methodist Church. She
loved her family and had a
special bond with her
granddaughter Kristina.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Sam Graf Sr. of
Cottondale; son Sam Graf'
Jr. of Cottondale; daughter
Irene Rathburn of Missou-
ri; and granddaughter
Kristina Graf of Cottondale.
The family will receive
friends Tuesday, June 15,
from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Ma-
rianna. Chapel Funeral
Home.
Memorialization will be
by cremation.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressidns of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariarinachapelfh.co


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

Mamie Jo
Montgomery

Mrs. Mamie Jo Montgom-
ery, 82, of Malone passed
away at her home on Sun-
day, June 13, 2010.
She was a loving wife,
mother, grandmother,
great-grandmother and sis-
ter.
She is survived by her
husband, James P. Mont-
gomery; daughters Mary
Linda Schrader and hus-
band Allen, of Campbell,


Texas, and Sheryl Ann "Sa-
m" Baxter and husband
Rodney, of Malone; four
grandchildren,. Michael La-
cy, Monica Bolin, Martha
Jo Schrader and Ethan
Schrader; five great-
grandchildren, Payton
Bolin, Alex Mathews, Sa-
nantha Lacy, Mallory Lacy
and Connor Lacy; and her
sister, Betty Craft and hus-
band Van Craft.
The graveside service will
be 3 p.m. Wednesday, June
16, at thd Friendship Bap-
tist Cemetery in Malone,
the Rev. Timothy Davis of-
ficiating. James. & Sikes
Maddox Chapel will direct.
The family will receive
friends Tuesday, June 15, 6
to 8 p.m. at James & Sikes
.Maddox Chapel.


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

Chalmas
Anderson
Stone

Chalmas Anderson
Stone, 87, .born July 25,
1922, passed away Sunday,
June 13, 2010, after a brief
illness. Ms. Stone lived in
Bascom, retired from Sun-
land Training Center and
was a member of the First
Baptist Church of Bascom.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Lonnie Stone; one son,
Tommy Anderson; and one
daughter, Barbara Ander-
son.
She is survived by two
sons, James Anderson and
John David Anderson, both
of Bascom; daughters Edna
Henry and husband Ter-
rell, of Bascom, Linda Tho-
mas and husband Jimmy,
of Donalsonville, Ga., and
Pam Dickson, of Marianna;
nine grandchildren; 14
great-grandchildren; and
two sisters, Cyble Cobb of
Macon, Ga., and Jean
Puskar, of Fairless Hills, Pa.
The funeral service will.
be 11 a.m. Wednesday,
June 16, at James & Sikes
Maddox Chapel, the Rev.
Johnny Hamilton officiat-
ing. Burial will follow in
Bascom Baptist Cemetery,
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting.
The family will receive
friends one hour prior to
service at James & Sikes
Maddox Chapel.
The family would like to
thank Covenant Hospice
for their precious care and
support.for our mother.


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The Marianna swim team took second place at a recent meet
in Valdosta, Ga. Saturday. Pictured here are, left to right,
Mathew Pelham, Daniel Marks, Kaitlyn Strickland and
Meagan Pelham.
Individual winners were Meagan Pelham, who took first
place in the 25 meter backstroke, girls ages 7 to 8. Strickland.
won first place overall, girls 6 and under. Jeremy Wert won
first place in the 50 meter backstroke, boys 13 to 14. And
Sarah Young took first place in the 25 meter freestyle, girls 6
and under.
Marianna competed against eight other swim teams, and
more than 200 swimmers. Those who competed at the meet
were Trevor Brogdon, Daniel Marks, Mathew Pelham,
Meagan Pelham, Hannah Register, Kinsey Register, Calen
Sims, Kaitlyn Strickland, Jeremy Wert, Mason Young,
Michael Young, Sarah Young and Taylor Young.
The team competes again Saturday in Moutrie, Ga. -
Contributed photo


BY GREG BEACHAM
AP SPORTs WRITER
LOS ANGELES - Down 3-2
in the NBA finals against an old
foe that keeps finding new ways
to beat them, the Los Angeles
Lakers are going to need a big
Hollywood ending to escape'this
jamt with another championship.
That's exactly Where they'll
make their last stand against the
Boston Celtics.'
Game 6 is back home Tuesday
night at Staples Center, where the
Lakers are 9-1 in the postseason,
with everybody from Kobe
Bryant to the Lakers' bedraggled
bench playing with much more
passion and' confidence.
"If you look at it, they've come
home and carried the 3-2 lead
back," Lakers coach Phil Jackson
said. "It's basically home curt,
home court. Now we're going
back to home court to win it.
That's the way it's supposed to
'be, isn't it?" I
Sure, on paper. But two
straight losses in Boston led to a
dire series deficit for the Lakers,
who hadn't even trailed in any
playoff series this season. The
Celtics have won three of the last
four games, and they're responsi-
ble for Los Angeles' only home
loss of the playoffs.
So why didn't Jackson or
Bryant seem particularly worried
before they headed out on their
final cross-country flight of the
postseason? Throughout a trying
season filled with injuries and
big-game setbacks since a
Christmas Day loss to Cleveland,
the Lakers have always been able
to rise when they absolutely
needed to do it.


Jackson even described the
Lakers' locker room as "spirited"
after losing Game 5 in their low-
est-scoring performance of the
postseason in the 92-86 loss. For.
all their struggles in Boston, the


Lakers realize they only have to
defend their home court to win
theirl16th title.
"We have a challenge, obvious-
See NBA, Page S6A


Dempsey not certain World Cup goal counted


BY RONALD BLUM
AP SPORTS WRITER
PRETORIA, South Africa - Clint
Dempsey wasn't even sure his goal,count-
ed in the U.S.-England opener at the
World Cup.
His 25-yard drive bounced twice and
into the arms of goalkeeper Robert Green,
then squirted out in soccer's version of hot
potato.
"I didn't know exactly that it went all
the way to net or not, but I just wanted to
see what the linesman was doing,"
Dempsey said. "I saw the linesman run-
ning back with his flag, so I knew that they
counted the goal and I just went and cele-
brated with the whole team on the bench."
Dempsey's goal tied the score Saturday
and gave the United States a 1-1 draw;
now it's on to Friday's game with Group C
leader Slovenia, which opened with a 1-0
win over Algeria.
A victory would push the United States
toward the knockout phase for the first
time since 2002 and help erase the linger-
ing memories of the 2-1 loss to Ghana that
eliminated the Americans four years ago.
The 27-year-old midfielder from
Nacogdoches, Texas, is becoming one of
the most accomplished goalscorers in
American soccer history. Having also
scored against Ghana in 2006, he joined
Brian McBride (1998 and 2002) as the
only U.S. players with goals in multiple
World&Cups.
His out-of-nowhere 20-yard chip
against Juventus in March, which put
Fulham in the Europa League quarterfi-
nals, is the most inventive big-goal score
by an American in Europe, one that
became instantly famous at Craven
Cottage and caused the club to sell com-
memorative T-shirts.
This is not your average American try-
ing to make it in the world's game.
"He is still a player with some flair,
some attacking ability, some creativity, a
guy with a great competitive edge and
somebody that has a nose to get goals and
an aggressiveness in the box to score, and
score different kinds of goals," U.S. coach
Bob Bradley said.
SKnown as "Deuce" for the rap recording
he once cut, Dempsey developed his early
soccer skills playing with Mexican immi-


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England's Steven Gerrard, right, challenges United States' Clint Dempsey, left, for the ball during the World Cup group C soc-
cer match between England and the United States at Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg, South Africa Saturday. -AP
Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth


grants. He played club soccer in Dallas,
attracted attention and went to Furman,
where he played alongside current nation-
al team midfielder Ricardo Clark.
After playing for Major League
Soccer's New England Revolution from


2004-6, Fulham acquired him for a $4 mil-
lion transfer fee. He scored six goals in his
first full season with the Cottagers, eight
in 2008-9 and nine last season. Many big
goals, too, like the one against Liverpool
in May 2007 that pretty much ensured


Fulham wouldn't be relegated to a lower
division.
'"I think I've become more of a complete
player," he said. "I think a weakness
See CUP, Page 6A >


Freshmen lead Clemson past 'Bama 8-6 and into CWS


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
CLEMSON, S.C. - Nothing
has come easy for Clemson this
season. And nothing was any hard-
er for the Tigers on Monday than
getting the final out for a trip to the
College World Series.
Leading Alabama by seven runs
with two outs in the ninth inning,
the Tigers frittered away most of
,the cushion before reliever Will
'Lamb got Jake Smith to fly out to
finish off an 8-6 victory in the
deciding game of the NCAA
Clemson Super Regional.


Smith, who homered in the pre-
vious two games in the series,
came to the plate with the tying
run at second base.
"It was full of drama," said
Clemson third baseman John
Hinson, who put the Tigers on top
for good with a two-run homer -
his 17th of the season - in the
second. "The whole, season has
been full of drama, but we've been
able to stay together as a team."
"It's always been a little tough
for us," said Clemson coach Jack
Leggctt, whose team has lost 10
One-run games and rebounded


from a late-season slump to sweep
Florida .State and claim the
Atlantic Coast Conference's
Atlantic Division title.
The Tigers (42-23) will take on
Arizona State i,n their first game at
the College World Series.
Dominic Leone (3-1) allowed
only one unearned run and three
hits in 5 2/3 innings for the Tigers.
Fellow freshman Richie Shaffer
hit two home runs. The third
Clemson pitcher in the ninth,
Lamb earned his second save of
the season.
Clemson had dominated the


Tide and standout right-hander
Nathan Kilcrease, scoring eight
straight runs after the Crimson
Tide (42-25) scored first in the
opening inning. The Tigers pound-
ed out six runs on. 11 hits in five
innings against Kilcrease (8-3).
Meanwhile, Leone and reliever
Alex Frederick held the Tide at
bay for eight innings.
Brett Booth started Alabama's
ninth-inning rally with an oppo-
site-field, two-run .homer just
inside the foul pole in right off
Kevin Brady. The Tide followed
with three straight hits and a walk


by Ross Wilson. Then Tiger short-
stop Brad Miller allowed a routine
grounder by Clay Jones to scoot
under him into left field.
Leggett brought in Lamb, a
lefty, to face the right-handed
Smith, who hit 15 homers this sea-
son.
"He's the guy we wanted up,"
Alabama coach Mitch Gaspard
said.
But Smith hit a lazy fly to left
fielder Jeff Schaus.
"I honestly thought Jake was
going to run one out of there,"
Wilson said.


Los Angeles takers-guard Kobe Bryant pauses during a session
with the media after the Celtics beat the Los Angeles Lakers 92-86
in Game 5 of the NBA basketball finals Sunday in Boston. -AP
Photo/Michael Dwyer .











6A - Tuesday, June 15, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


SPORTS


www.JCFLORIDAN.com


Winslow expects to be ready u3d rssnd
3rd round.


BY FRED GOODALL
AP SPORTS WRITER

TAMPA - Tampa Bay
Buccaneers tight end Kellen
Winslow says his rehab from off-
season knee surgery is going well
and that he expects to be ready for
training camp next month.
The seventh-year pro joined
teammates for Organized Team
Activities for the first time
Monday, although he did not par-
ticipate in the voluntary workout.
The Bucs also plan to hold him out
of next week's mandatory-mini-
camp.
"It feels good. It's just some-
thing I deal with every day. I'm not
going to let these guys down,
though," Winslow said, adding that
after six operations on his right
knee, he's learned to cope with the
pain.
"It's not easy, by any means ...
but I've been through worse.'I'l be
back, and I'll do my job and my
thing."
Winslow, 'obtained in a trade
from Cleveland in February 2009,
led Tampa Bay with 77 catches for


NBA


ly, down 3-2," said Bryant,
who scored 38 points in
Game 5 while his struggling
teammates, only managed
48. "We let a couple oppor-
tunities slip away, but it is
what it is. Now you go
home, you've got two
games at home that you
need lo win, and you pull
your boots up and get to
work."
If Los Angeles survives, a
champion will be crowned
Thursday in Game 7.
Heading into the finals,
the Celtics believed they
could beat the Lakers, even
with Bryant at his spectacu-
lar best, if they shut down
his teammates. After all,
that's what Boston did two
years ago in the finals -
and so far, it's working
splendidly again.
Bryant is averaging 30.2
Points per game, while Pau
Gasol averages 18.8 points
and 10 rebounds despite
glaring inconsistency in his
game in Boston. That's just
about it: Nobody else in.
purple and gold is averag-
ing more than Andrew
Bynum's 9.6 points per
game.
Yet after losing Game 1
and only surviving Game 2
with Ray Alien's 3-point
shooting binge and Rajon
Rondo's late-game poise,
the Celtics aren't fooled
into thinking they've got the
Lakers on the run in Los
Angeles. Boston's current


Cup
Continued From Page 5A

before I went over there was
my defense, and I think that
I've shown that, you know,
now that that's a strength of
mine. And I think the speed
of play in which I play,
being able to see passes
early, I think that's
improved being over there."
Paired with Landon
Donovan on the midfield
wings, Dempsey and
Donovan give the U.S. soc-
cer team much of their
offense. Last year, Dempsey
scored in consecutive games
against Egypt, Spain and
Brazil at the Confederations
Cup as the U.S. reached a
FIFA men's outdoor final
for the first time.
Against England, the
United States fell behind
when Steven Gerrard broke
in alone on Tim Howard and
scored from short range in
the fourth minute. Dempsey
tied it on a long-range shot
many American players
wouldn't even try, winding
up with his 19th goal in 63
international appearances.
Because they fell behind
early, American players had
to push the game without
opening up their defense too
much.
"The whole idea was,
'Don't concede early,' and
that's what we did: concede
early," Dempsey said. "And
it's like, 'Damn!' But I
thought we responded well.'
World Cup goals mean far
more to him than club goals,
because he longed dreamed
about scoring for his coun-
try in the big game. With
wins against Slovenia and
Algeria, he would get to
move on to the next phase-
- the chance to score in a
World Cup knockout match.
"Not to say that this team
is so much better than the
team we had in '06, but we
like to think we're moving
in the right direction,"
Dempsey said.


884 yards and five touchdowns last
season. He is recovering from what
the Bucs have described as a minor
arthroscopic procedure to repair
scar tissue from previous surgery
on the knee.
"I'm not going to talk about that.
You guys can speculate," Winslow
said, declining to discuss specifics
about the injury.
"It the sixth one," he added in
response to a question about dis-
comfort in the knee. "But you can't
stop me. I'll be back.".
Winslow, who did some light
jogging Monday, has been rehab-
bing the knee and working out of
his own in California.
He wouldn't speculate on when
he expected to be 100 percent,
however he's confident he will be
healthy enough to get back on the
field during training camp.
"I just want to be right when I do
come back. ... This is something
I've done in the past. I don'treally
do' OTAs," Winslow said. "I go
back to San Diego and I train real
hard with my trainer. ... It's noth-
ing new. I'm feeling good. I'll be
ready."


starting five has never lost a
playoff series for reasons
that go beyond their talent.
"They're playing at
home. Home is always
where 'your heart is,"
Boston's kevin Garnett
said. "With the severity of
the game, it's all-out on
both ends for both teams.
This will probably be the
hardest game of the season,
if not of the series, if not of
everybody's career, this
game coming up."
Yet two straight losses
undeniably have frazzled
the Lakers a bit,. with
Bryant noticeably furious
on the court while Game 5
slipped away. Even Jackson
seemed a bit testier than his
usual placid self, yelling at
. Bryant and Ron Artest dur-
ing the game and later
attempting to inspire his
team in the fourth quarter
with a false bit of informa-
tion about the Celtics'
propensity for blowing late-


Tampa Bay's Kellen Winslow, right, talks with teammates Derrick
Ward, center, and Carnell William, left, during voluntary football
workouts Monday in Tampa. -AP Photo/Chris O'Meara


game leads.
Jackson likely senses the
biggest danger yet to his
streak of 47 straight playoff
series victories after win-
ning Game 1. The Celtics
sense a golden opportunity
for their 18th championship
and a chance to join.-the
Boston greats who won
multiple titles while repeat-
edly denying the Lakers
nine previous times in the
NBA finals.
"The Lakers ... got home-
court advantage,-but we've
played the best all year on
the road," Boston coach
Doc Rivers said. "We're
going to have to beat them
at their best, because
they're going to be great
there, and we can't expect
anything else."
Los Angeles' inside
game has been its most
decided advantage through-
out the season, yet Boston
largely has outplayed
Gasol, the limping Bynum


Continued From Page 5A


and Lamar Odom down
low. The Celtics outscored
Los Angeles in the paint
46-32 in Game 5, while
the Lakers blocked just
one shot - and Bryant
did it.
Aside from Artest and
his miserable series, the
Lakers' least effective reg-
ular has been Odom, the
reserve dynamo who
played a major role in
their Western Conference
finals victory over
Phoenix. Odom, who said
he had symptoms of the
flu this weekend, had
eight points and eight
rebounds .in Game 5,
along with three turnovers
in a fairly passive per-
formance.
The rest of the Lakers'
reserves were even worse:
Sasha Vujacic scored five
points, Jordan Farmar had
one, and formerly reliable
Shannon Brown played
just 19 seconds.


Sa ve, Lives.

Giv e�ood.


draft pick

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

TAMPA - Rookie cor-
nerback Myron Lewis has
signed a four-year contract
with the, Tampa Bay
Buccaneers.
The third round draft
pick's deal was announced
by the team on Monday.
Lewis was the 67th overall
selection following a stand-
out career at Vanderbilt.
The Bucs also released
defensive end Maurice
Evans. He spent time on
Tampa Bay's practice squad
last season.

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election 57 Indigo dye
5 Wild goat 58 Taro-root
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CELEBRITY CIPHER
by Luis Campos
Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
Today's clue: Zequals G
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we must have one people, one nation, one flag." - Pauline Hanson

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HOROSCOPE
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
Your flexible personality gives
you greater emancipation to think
for yourself, and with greater ver-
satility, than does a strong, fixed
frame of mind. Keep being your
independent self.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)-
It'is likely to be the little things
that will be far more important to
the success of your commercial
affairs than any one big compo-
nent. Don't agree to anything
before checking out all the
details.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
Whatever you say to one friend
about another will be broadcast
loud and clear to anyone who will
listen. Choose your words care-
fully, knowing that you will have
to live with what you said.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-
An important goal can be accom-
plished if you.are careful about
where you step. Be certain of
your footing with each move you
make, and know where that path
is taking you.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)-
Although history has a way of
repeating itself, trade on that
experience so that you don't
make the same mistakes over
again. Let your moves take you in
a new direction..
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
- Your reasoning powers can
give you an edge over your com-
petition, if you remember to
change what tripped you up in
the past.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) - Step back a few paces
when you have to deal with a
complicated issue, in order to get
a clearer perspective. Distancing
yourself can give you a good look
at what's at hand.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) - All of your efforts are like-
ly to be recognized and evaluated
by your peers, even the smaller
ones you consider to be insignif-
icant. Strive to be careful so as
not to-suffer disapproval.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
- What makes you such a hit at
social gatherings is that you'll
know how to put others at ease
and get them to talk about them-
selves. The sound .of one's own
voice can be self-mesmerizing.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- You'll feel good about yourself
if you first apply all the little fin-
ishing touches on several tasks
that you've left hanging before
beginning anything else. Only
then can you have a new start.
ARIES (March 21-April 19)-
If you get involved in a competi-
tive activity , 'depend on your
brains to help you win, not your
muscle. Let the other guy try to
battle his/her way out using noth-
ing but brawn.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20)-
Be secure with making small
gains instead of depending on
beating the huge odds of scoring
big in one instance. Lots of little
.coins can add up to a pretty big
bank account.

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Feature Syndicate, Inc.


Confide in your wife


Dear Annie: I'm 35, a loving family man
and a successful teacher who can't get over my
childhood. When I was .young, I lived with
constant anxiety due to my mother's moods.
Some days, she would be gentle and caring, but.
other days, I would wake up to her screaming
and.tearing apart the house. She would become
violent and abusive and always make it my
fault. No matter what I did, it wasn't
good enough for her.
My father was weak willed, and
his work kept him away constantly,
so he never helped me. When he .
was home, he, too, suffered her , '
abuse, but when things got too
hard to take, he would just leave t-
the house and come back later.
As I grew into my teens, my
mother became more violent,
punching and slapping me and daring me
to strike her back. I never once raised a
hand against her, and after a while, her hits
stopped hurting. In fact, she once fractured
her own wrist and broke a finger while slap-
ping me. The hospital suspected I abused her.
She blamed me for the cast she wore and
brought it up constantly.
Of course, my parents acted so kind and car-
ing in public that no one would have believed
how they were in private. During my freshman
year of college, my mother,had a stroke' and
died.. By then, my father had developed early
dementia and spent the rest of his life in a spe-
cial care home. I was on my own. I no longer
speak to any relatives because they constantly


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Playwright Wendy Wasserstein said, "Because of Mozart, it's
all over after the age of seven."
A contract of one no-trump is over after declarer - or the
defense - has taken seven tricks. Sounds simple, but in this
deal the problem for South is finding seven tricks.
Well, if you were the declarer, what would you do after West
leads the diamond queen and East overtakes with his king?
As always when in no-trump, start by counting your top tricks,
your immediate winners. Here, you have five: two spades, one
heart, one diamond and one club. You need to establish two
more winners - from where?
You must get lucky, finding the spades 3-3 and East with the
heart king. Timing is the next problem. It is reasonable to duck
the first trick, hoping East started with a singleton diamond king.
But that is not necessary, and carries the slight risk that East has,
say, six clubs and can effectively shift to that suit.
So, take the first trick and duck a spade (play a low spade from
each hand). Let's assume West puts in his 10, cashes three dia-
monds, and shifts to a club. Win with your ace, cash the spade
king (the honor from the shorter side first), play a spade to
dummy's ace, and take the last spade when the suit does split 3-
3.
Finally, play a heart to your queen and cash the heart ace for
your contract. True, that was a 17.8 percent contract, but when
you get lucky, profit. Finally, note East's play at trick one,
unblocking his king to get out of partner's way.


told me what great parents I had.
I now find myself reliving childhood
moments in the middle of the night. I fantasize
about beating my mother. I have never told
anyone, but sometimes my wife asks why I'
clench my fists. I do not attend church and can-
not afford counseling. I'm not sure I could
admit my feelings to anyone. I had to force
myself to write this. Is there a way to let the
past go? - Texas
Dear Texas: Our hearts are
breaking for the little boy who
,~, had to live with a mother who
was undoubtedly bipolar and a
" father who repeatedly aban-
), Idoned him so he could escape
the abuse. You are a testimonial
" \> \ to the resilience of the human spir-
it.
* There are people who can put
the past behind them by confid-
-- ing in a spouse or close friend,
but if that is not possible, please
reconsider talking to a professional, in per-
, son, online or over the phone. There are many
affordable places. Start with your local hospi-
tals, university psychology departments and
graduate school counseling departments;
United Way and the YMCA;.The Samaritan
Institute (samaritaninstitute.org) at 2696 S.
Colorado Blvd., Suite 380, Denver, CO 80222;
and the Abraham Low Self-Help Systems at
lowselfhelpsystems.org, 1-866-221-0302.

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dise, display tables & WILLOWBEND DYNA TRAK 15 ft. Call 334-393-9315 new tires, $2995.
racks. $600 850-594- APARTMENTS ill at 14' New Enclosed or 763-0280 RIVER CANYON '05 asking $11,000. Call[n et $995
S 8- - rl l5th whl, 36', 3 Slides, Rachel orJay Chrysler '95 Sebring, 3347907959
3282 ,50-591-5137 rair $70 Cargo Trailer will sell Concord Coachman very nice, queen bed, 3343939959 power, AC, new en
Have I&2BRApts. I 25 2936 Trailer win rallt nitin. Hondal 334-0 Odys
petsanimals Rentstarting at $481. ATVs 205-249-2936for $2200 or trade '05 Motor Home. 23' Entertainment cen- gin. greatcondition. Honda'07.Odyssey
Thisets & animal Rent stitartion is an Fisher '01 Hawk 18 for an RV/ Travel long 2700mi, Take tr, fpl, Much Morl $2100 34-405-3130 Van. owner. Load-
This Institution is an 850-5-14d E. Cd N
Equal Opportunity 2003 Club Car Cus- Class 2, with 115 Trailer/5th wheel/ over payments.850- $24,900. 850-509-1486 Corvette nr 24K. Asking $23,900
Provider and tomized Golf Cart For Mercury outboard '99-'04 with slide and 593-5103 . .- .... ti.ble auto. 405 HP Dothan 321-482-7268
Employer TDD#711 Sale. Red exterior motor with trailer, 2 pay difference. 850- Dutchman07, 28' tranprtan 12-CD changer w
with red and white fish finders, trolling 482-5631/557-7332 travel trailer. King sz t. . Bose sound syriem. Hyundai'03 Tiburon-
Poiean tomizedseat Gfart m tor , M aerur outbadderd - hm. Hyuaudai h03 Tiburont
leather seats. Rear motor, access ladder, slide out/BR, heat & BMW 03 Z4 58K mi. Black w GT V6, 6 spd manual,
seats fold down. Bemini, AM/FM ra- air, private bath, exc. 58k miles, sale price black leather. 1 owner, 102k miles,
Equal Housing 36301 (334)791-7180 dio, on board charge, condition, sleep 5-6. $12,999.Call CSI Auto $18,000. 334-299-3739 17" alloy wheels,
Free Pets Policy opportunity $2,800.00 cover, very well kept no smoke/no pets, 1 334-671-7720 vinyls, and body kit.
Your e t v- inder shelter. owner used a year or 334-714-2700 $5,500.334-790-6146.
Your pet deserves a l ov 6X12 enclosed trailer $14,000. 334-685-7319 halfr. S17,900. ar or 3 325 Sedan-Hyundai '05 Elantra
foracanghome An ad Beach Rentals w/1 side door &dbl 2997 Sping Creek Rd, CarSeeker Blue w/tan leather Hyundai 05 Elantra
for a free pet may draw doors in back $1900 Fisher '06 Crappie Brinson, GA Blue w/tan leather, Great condition. 63K
response fom individuals 3/3 FullyFurnished new cond. 850-933- Special. Has Mercury 813-245-1298 36k mi, one owner, miles, great gas mi,
whowillsellyouranimalfor On Gulf w/2 car gar. 9228/643-8312 60 motor. 21.1 -- no paint work, power, auto. blue.
research or breeding puri Enjoy the Sand in , hrs.on.mtr.Trolling Fleetwood Bdr '07 4-WheelDrive $17,700 334-685-6233 Cort $6000.334-797-9290
poses. Please screen r P Enjoy the Sand15 Cari�Am '08, bought motor,fish finder, 2 2008 5th wheel, Key 3-sld, loaded CH&A Corvette'81
poses. Please screen re- PCB! 334-790-2115 in '09, 260 hrs, like Cadillac '91 Broug- Automatic 350 HYUNDAI 08' Sonata
spondents carefully when in'09, 260rs, l live wells w/trailer stone Laredo RL29. fbp,wk. horse, 8.1 JEEP 1949 CJ2A ham D'elegance '1 Brou- Automatic 30 H AI 0'onade t
givingananimalaway. 3/3 Fully Furnished new, XT pkg w/Warn 334-793-2226 call Mike (334)791- gas, 5,900 mi.$100k WILLYS JEEP. OFF Collectors rare f ne
On GUlf w/2 car gar. wench, & upgraded 0318. $24,500 obo. BO 334-898-1201 ROAD USE ONLY 35 113K miles driven $5500. OBO low miles, Cham-
Enjoy the Sand in tires &whees. Pd Glass Stream 00' Hy- like new, slide ROAD USE ONLY.35" 113K miles, driven
PCB! 334-790-2115 $8500 asking $6200. dra Bass 1500, 11 Gorgeous '05 Monaco SWAMPER BOGGER daily, absolutely 334-774-1915 pagne, 334-655-0010
Cats J PCB' 334-790-2115 $8500ous '05 Monaco
SUnder warranty till Evinrude, 2-fish find- 26 Ft Keystone Travel Diplomat PDQ, 4 ON ALUM RIMS. perfect, $5500. OBO 714-8162, Great buy!
I Duplex/Triplex 12012 850-933- ers, tilt & trim, 2-live Trailer, sleeps 8, Dbl. slides, 400 hp Cum- HUNT'N OR MUD 850-535-9672 or
FREE: 2yr old male 9228/643-8312 wells, great cond. in front & twin bunks mins, no shoes, no BQG. Like New condi- 850-260-2625 Jaguar '02 X-Type
Siamese, fixed & 2 d KawasakiKX8Dirt $4500. OBO 334-685- in back, ACDC gas pets, no smoking, tion, GREEN exterior, 4 DR Low Miles,
decawed, 850-482- /2 duplex in Grand Bike, tuned, r 4357 Frig.; AC gas heater,- 14,300 mi, see at Cav- BLACK interior, Toyota 07 Prius, Nice Car, $500 Down
3 _dge $450/mo +$450 Fully loaded $6995. erns State Park. 813- $5,000 Headland Black, 53k, ExI. Cond, $300 mo. Call Steve
Free kittens, part dep850-592-5571 fast, Good Cond., Javelin - '99 19' Rene- Cal 334-790-5628 294-1878 (334) 441-5580 GPS, backup camera,, Hatcher 334-791-8243
$1150. 334-389-2816 gade F/S bimini or 334-828-1325 JBL sound, tint, great
Burmese, wormed & Duplexesp,cover,exc cond TIOGA'04 Motor Toyota4WD'95SR5 gas mileage, trans- '6T-Bird,auto, Lexus 06' GS300 load-
2689/510-5515 carpet. Nice area in 4Wheeler several arage kept 175hp 5th Wheel,'06 36 ft. Home 24ft w/slideout Exc. Cond. Very relia - ferable warranty, 390 4bbl, slide steer- ed, all power, sun-
M2689 carpet. Nice adishwash extras. $3500s - 9500 334-726-5909 Montego Bay, 7293 miles 4KW Onan ble vehicle. Dk. Green new tires asking ing, 69K miles,$6,995 roof, air & heated
Free to lovin home Maranna, stove & refer 209-1622/850-698 4 slides Gen., very clean $6500 334-671-1162 $16,900. OBO obo. 334-671-5051 or seats, very clean
iter trained kittens. Washer & dryer 9387 A;g $38.500. $31,000 334-687-9663 or 334-701-2548 Call 334-470-3292 334-797-5051 $23,400.334-596-8789
850-482- 5880/850- hook-up,. Garbage34.60__ ).
303-9727 & water incl. Boats
Free to loving home, $500/Mo. & $300 dep.
liter trained kittens. 850-573-4772
850-482- 5880/850-15' '91 Tri-Hull
303-9727 Houses Unfurnished w/55HPSuzukieer- o-09
tor. 2/ Stick steer'09Outback
s h ing, 50# foot trolling Les& than 50 hrasr
= Dogs 1 2BR/IBA, stove, ref., motor. Pedistal SpeaSr Itoer' FPi
Quiet, safe neighbor- seats galv trailer AMl CDr. Er Carriage Came a'05
AKC Golden Retriever hood,$500 + dep 334-798-9803 Cond. Trailer has 32ft. 3-slides, 2-C,
brakes. $28,900 5.5 K Generator,
Puppies. Ready 6/13 850-482-8196 r209- 1978 Quachita 16' 334-618-3415 loaded, no smoke, no
$350 Taking Dep. 334- 1301. 1990 40HP Evinrude pets, Exc. Cond.
790-3852 or 618-5579 outboard, galvanized ProCraft 95 20 ft.
AKCtw 3 BR i BA House trailer, trolling Tournament Bass
AKC, registered two 4540 Davis Street motor, depth finder, Boat 95 Johnson 115 Coachman 04' Catali Brothers57Person Fullsizebd. Oak Matching crib, mat- SOLD OAK KING-
male, back, lab pup- Marianna. Kitchen VHF radio, Exc . T&T drive on trailer nalite 29ft ft w 245speed girls bike, Brothers 575 Perso Full size bed. Oak Matching crib, mat- SOID OAK KING-
pies. $250 each.334- appliances include - $2500. frm loaded $4,800. 334- er slide out, 18ft never used $80 239- al Fax /cartridge, headboard, mattress tress, changing table, HDBDW/MIRROR &
790-1663 or 445-9028 eCH&A $700/Mo Call 334406-3825 7978232 awning, xc. condo. 272-8236 used once $15 850- /boxsprings. $50 & cradle. Gent used FRAME $400
SAKC at r yr lease & Dep. _ . $8,200. 334-691-4211 2 Laneend tables t 272-0148 (850)526-1206 $200 850-482-7507 (850)592-2507
Puppies Huge .....- or 334-701-7832 color wood, marble CLAY POTS- MANY, Hand gun; Ruger LCP Older chest of draw- Square 5'x5' w/leaf
7c,25ly fttir 6Pki. [ , Pets 5-14
Pupies ge 2 After PM. like tops. $50 $3-5 (850)592-2507 380 pistol as new ers w/bowed front, solid wood counter
l st Shots Leave Messag- 26-206condition $300 850- solid wood $55 850- height dining table,
arleft. 1st. Shots, ,. - -' .-iirjt'1. Clothes girls infant-.-
Parents On Site. 4 2 house 2A14 -" , r ; - 2 oak , s5isde db-L e2 . 18 mo.t25e - $1. ea. 593-6856 526-3426. $150 850-557-1394
f $350. 334-648-4985 2 hu t 2JJ 2 oak .,jdinde tablesi. 18 mo. 25 - $1. ea.
$350.334-648- Call y St. $0 . 7 draer dr er 850-482-6545 HARDWOOD ROUGH- ORCHID POTS-3-8" Steel shop cabinets
$520 6 2 furCl apt $800. Seacraft, '89 2Of mirror 2lam . Corcho ventfreeas SAWN RANDOM $2-4 (850)592-2507 w/hasps, 27" tall

21.5 L telesc ng fishing reat cond 900 $17500 Husky 25 K $200850-482-1085 Lumer Temporary Power

ACK RussellPuppies n 50, mo eats 2 crusaftg 3347914891.nter Console, boat, $0.$75026- heatres.r (propane) Janitrol 48K All a 5-26-3426
s e tF 850-573-0308. - atnew E nd Columbia, AL 1241 2g70ER .oodondi. DRAFTINGMACHINE- BTUHeatPump $15(850)592-2507 850-482-5951bt
deformed View o 2/1 MH in Grnwd $2,300 force 2Call464-8514 Johnsontion Mtr,$100 OBO. VEMCO V TRACK $75 b Recliner- 2 rose coar . TOLstem reSOlor-
line for pictures & ,$400-$425 water/ CHIPOLA APARTMENTS (850)592-8676 (850)592-2507 850-- ored recliners, good HANDICAPPED LIKE
prices. 850-762-8657 sewer/garb, 2352FBay2 ssophy (Housing for Seniors ages 62 & up) 56" ,ofa $75 85 42 DRESSING BENCH- KITCHEN TABLE- DK condition. $60 NEW $15 (850)592-
pineviewterriers.com lawncare motrcl. 850- brakeswh runs 36.5', washer/dryer $8 5 Couch love seat twin size. (850)52 (850)526-1206 & Bulb. Like New.
carpet 569-1015 5 Mercrsell ver y cleannits inc500lude emergency call systems and 850-579-2618 Black w/gold trim $2507 (. 850)592-207 TV Camera enclo-22
,'5 Loatd r telescoping fishing Great condo. $5,900. $17,500: Husky 25 K n$200 850-482-1085 6296/482-3853 Lmessre T m rar P




JACK Russell Puppies Sn@ illpond $ 495 and GPS. All mainte accessibility features specially designed Bassinet, folds for J anitrol 48K 6X6X4,4X6,4X4- All Pole, $325,
T i |+ dep. water/sewer/ nance up to date, in for elderly. Rent ( including utilities) storage, white w/ EXERCISE- STEPPER, w/tys 30" tali $20 $90. lockable. New back
smooth & rough coat, 850-573-0308. seats, new Marine Columbia, AL 1241 $15 (850)592-2507 850482-951
short leg, 1st vaccine battery. Exc. Cond. range VEMCd n VRA ACKINE- $75 ( t t


ln f rnd s based on income. The apartments are p(850)592-8676 (850)592-2507 850-482-1085. Recliner- 2 rose col- $40.850-482-7933


S.downtown Marianna, within walking BOAT BUILDING- & Fe br E$15 )2A- wing Machine chN 15t E 850th
Ser 2 0 Bayliner Trophy (Housing for Seniors ages 62 & up)TI S 3-5 850-482-1085 2507 850-579-2618TABLE- DK condition. $593-6856
pineciewferriers.cor awncare ncl. 850- 2352FV, 25' class 2, . 56" sof $75 850-2 - N H





'wwr.charloscountry sL/b.plui trra,,er. loca^ Liftgate-tommylift SOLIDOAK-5DRAW- Wheelchair, $45
ling m.i-258- h Ya ha, goepth d service available for all other locations BONSAI POT- Fish Finder- Hum- lift gate for truck ER DRESSER TALL Desk chair 25.
( 4868/209-8847 cond., $5500. Call within Jackson County. For more MANY, $3-5EA mingbird Matrix 12. works well $300 OBO $300 Exerciser $20
Dairy 13/2 in C'dale no 334-347-6023 information call 850-526-4407 (850)592-2507 Like new $100. (850)593-6856 (850)592-2507 850-482-8347
pets, CH/A $45 All 850-aintor334-447-1914 accessibility features specially designed e machine, (850)482-2202 MacStove/Fireplace SOLIDOAK-8 DRAW- wooden Babycribw/
Fresh. helped Pes 258-1594ha ad is bamessagesed on income. The apartments grt cond. pd $2200 Home Meat Slicer insert w/blower $500 ER DESSER mattress, great con-
& Butter Beans' 3/2 Very clean, 40hp mercury, 4- o Maanmowm asking $400.850-592- $15 850-482-1085 w/mirror$300 edition. $100.850-573-
severap rb. - -00 distance of shopping, goMeritts Mill Pofond stroke, mtr guide, f - FICTION BOOKS $2710/693-5812' 850-579-2618 - (850)592-2507 6296/482-3853
available. 2307 Mayo many extras $60 trolling mtr, Hum- servieavailableforallotherloations BONSAIPOTS- FishFinder-Hum- lift ate for truc ER DRESSER TALL
Road, (between Cy- dep,850-638-7822 bird 565h, good TAC,
press & Grand Ridge)4868/209-8847 cond, live well within Jackson Couesday, JunFor more MANY, $3-EA mingbird Matrix 12. worwell $30 $300 Exerciser $20
Bobby Hewett Clean 1/1C'dae, no smok- 334-798-0010
Ra e 0e y many extras $600 + trolling mtr, Hum-


lease $300 + $300 -
SFruit&Vegetables i dep 850-718-818
Country Living:
2BR 1BA MH in Sna'
OO K C'dale, $425 Sunday's
L850352-2090 Trition 2009 Explorer WASABI SOLUTION
Fresh Blueberries FIRST MONTH FREE To much boat for me!
All size containers 2/2, New Re-mod. Make offer. 4 1 iT 8 1@ 9 () 2
Available Premier ig. yd. $390mo. 334 983-1502 i.r .
334-792-0171 Warehouse Helper 6 (F) ._ "' - " 9 37 (8) 1 (D4 8
Now open: Jackson Co tract postron. Ircated itn , ur _.
Farms, U Pick Toma- Snead;, c .lce M ondav thru Frijda,. 3?D1 3 ~@ (i) 4 12
toes, & Peppers, Send Re'ume irt West Fhir-ida Ele:rrc TiEUD IKU GAmE WIITH KICK
bring your own buck- Co,)pErraitve. ATTN: Personnel 1. . 2
et, 7days/wk. 850- Departmernt. P.O. B r. 127. G racevill FL
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Has Fresh Produce 8 0 G) 0 1, 6 1 C 7 C
We have Slocomb Administrative Assistant numbers so that each column, row and - - - - - ? (
tomatoes, pea's, 3x3 box contains the digits 1 - 9 only once. \ f \ , ' 'i-
butter beans L.3l prcfres i.onal c.i Pc- eeL ernergeqtic . -
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Automobiles Motorcycles Motorcycles portUtility Vehicles Sport Utility Vehicle Tr HeavyDuty (Trucks-HeavyDuty | Trucks-HeavyDutY) LegalNotice I LegalNotices
forSale THENCE NORTH 470 UNKNOWN
HARLEY DAVIDSON Honda '06 VTX1300 Toyota '07 FJ Cruiser, 2006 Jeep Wrangler FEET TO THE POINT
LXUS '96 LS400 '02 Fatboy with lots 5970 miles, saddle excellent condition, white, less than 20 F -- OF BEGINNING. BE- YOU RE NOTIFIED
Loaded runs good, of Chrome, Black, bags, windshield, 61K miles.$18,500 miles, like new, must ING IN THE NORTH-that an action to
176K miles, white $10,250 352-303-2713 customer seat, $6000 334-803-3577 see $15,000. WEST 4 OF SOUTH- foreclose a mortgage
ext, tan interior. Harley Davidson 02' OBO. 334-393-6382 EAST ' OF SECTION on the following
$4495. 334-435-0786 Heritage Softail Trlers-Tracors u95 F-1 Eddie 27 TO WNSHIP 7 property in JACKSON
'7l o Springer like new, to T Bower PKG , no rust, GMC'05 Sierra NORTH, RANGE 8 County, Florida:
Lincoln '07 MKZ, Bc 20 je, Gn raCtritra 0 runs great, blue, 0 ge an 1 2500 TOWNSHIP4 60K Mi. WESTR JACKSON
Light tan w/beige in- many ext. to listKJe 200 ep Grand Continental 2 run t b 250HD 60K i. WEST, JACKSON
terror, leather heated 4,600 mi. $10,500. Cherokee, Spec ial , r8 tor . 3 -6 1 CH $30EROLT 2 Ext-cab 360 Ma- Good Cond. $r,00 COUNTY, FLORIDA. COMMENCE AT THE






334.794 -2 ,ror -134 'aust hyperchar er panaamic sunroof, 3 -7" 4 r ly d CK m. asking APPURTANCE THERE- ROD (PSM NO. 6111);
seats, ABS, side ,334-235-2995 Edition. Metallic bra � le ai. a, ,4 um4barrelhoily Lots of extras (LOT NO. 2) SOUTHEAST CORNER
4 OBO 36330 extie. service tilhunter gseen, 33 98358 OFTHE NORTHEAST



e302)858-1235 $18,200.334-798-1618 TrailerL4x8led, lhts, ,:.:, ni.:n ._ l 763Ca l.T DEGREES 04 MTHE-
airbags, 37k mi, NA- Harley Davidson 03' Power Options, snun- c r m . h bn fd N rUTES 1 SO



Sal Honda 1962 C102 neath, never used, n drives hood, 22" hood- a TOGETHER WITH QUARTER OF THEET;
DA $21,175 sell for Softail duece 100th roof, $10,000. hTHAT CERTAIN MO- SOUTHWEST QUAR-
$17,900 850-814-0155 anniv. Screaming (334) 447-1177 Cummings Onan scoop, stainless BILE HOME LOCATED TER OF SECTION 23,
Lincoln 2001 Town Eagle. Black & gold, 05 store n arae n r grill & bumpers aTHEREON AS A erX- TOWNSHIP 4 NORT1
car, executive silver, 1550cc, 11,400K mi. 25 gold/tan ford 40I0amp. auT.o Snap on tread TURE AND APPURTE- RANGE 12 WEST OF
.sae9,0mie87K, exc. cond. 6 $13,500 OBO 33 932 g I fo Z rr.� poultry Alum. tool box, 6" ,. NANCE THERETO. JACKSON COUNTY,
pack cd player, xm 6328/334-793-6241 ood condition h'ou.ie $15."000. 060 lift kit. 6" glass . FLORIDA; THENCE
radio. $7,900. Harley Davidson 03' Honda 07mShadowhe, A nch 334-726-165, 4.4$750.334-699-00 pas.6711 rlum. ra,-in a TOGETHER WITH A NORTH 0 DEGREE 425
334-618-1594 VROD, low tail, exc s 750 Aero Black, like house of Lubing nip- 0.- rr, LC4 ofEras! GMC 07'Scr .rr .a 30 MOBILE HOME LO- MINUTES 23 SEC-
cnd8.d 5n.500 OBO new, only 2300 miles, BMW '04 X5, 64,500 pie drinkers 334-726- a3 4 l d I aledll CATED THEREON AS ONDS EAST, 22485
4.4or 334-714-2 3 2.5"aftermarketex- miles, new tires, 0978 or 334-795-6101 CHEVROLET 2 REDUCEDS4000 0BO pr. Wte- A t FIXTURE AiND , HENCEA SOUTH 8


n $ Mazda 2000 626has00, Ohyew cha, r ger pana i00cmisun ro, ule Hr d kr -pO.o To.o tre . A FIXTUR E AND FEET TO A SET IONS
806 -11F.10 haust, hypercharger panaramic sunroof, 200HD ,:.rd .5K mi. 3"king APPURTANCE THERE- ROD (PSM NO. 6111);
$4400 OBO 36330 ext. service til Sept. CustomPao Motorcycle urtm. Ai,.c pa':ff crew1c.50.4 TO. THENCE NORTH 89
(302)858-1235 $18,200. 334-798-1618 Trailer4x8 led lihts, :,r,,nrn 170K , $8000. OBO, . LWB ol DEGREES 04 MI-
334-89. 334-677-6714 ramp ciapplir un er- n ro.850-557-2711 il150 99 Corporate led NlTES 19 SECOND
------IHonda 1962 C102 Oneath, never used, . ej 3e 3 R R drivesOF
Magnum Pi F4rrarL " US super cub 50, 4k Chevrolet '05 stored in garage on- v, Bla.d. L de Teer . ,r a and fyo WEe T HERC E SOUTH
308 GTS Mera, HarleyDavidson '06 miles, Black&white, AvalancheLT, Super ly. $750. 334-699-6711 Gre ,ri.rr. a al.reQ urrd to - DEGREES 25 M-17
$16,999 Call CSI Auto HarlGood Cond., electric nice, fully loaded. G cndr. r,.R l C *. E t c , original ur witthiSEA RES A COUN-
334-671-7720 HeritageSoftail, start 3 speed, $2500. $18,500 FORD TW 15 Tractor .e. P. es wiethie nNUTES 10 SECONDS
ercr334-714-2700 . Firm. Call noon M-F) 334-701-4243 w/cab, 340hp,3exc. ,4)464 p fte oth- has ben
4 -cond. $7800. OBO Z pif ,THENCE SOUTH 89
Mazda 2000 626loa 4,000 miles, 33447. ultvara VTX 07' 300R lI E F4iDODGE '90 . 250 0 Rr wise a default ill agat yu ad
Chestnut color. loweredVane& HONDA '6V.Tlkcre 3J -a1,6 , .uadshltbiese, Toyoa pkg ira , Law Group, P.L., NUTES 37 SECONDS
0le1K+ m. $3000 owernew Trr all .rcr, O ariew II 6 eOPd C y b67 C10 $1200ie, o4X4 L, TRD pkg crew cab Plaintiff's attorney, EAST, 400.10 FEET TO
334-897-3348tires, very clean ex- mirrors, vance & STAINLESS Or consider 170K, $8000. e arkblue, IN THE CIRCUIT you whose address de- a THEPOINT OF BEGIN-
334-897-3348 Hines pipes, :sr sb. r cide appliator auto. 850-557-2711 silver $15,900 9119 Corporate Lake NING. SUBJECT TO
Merceldes '73 4500 SL arak 5 hines pipes $650. S ; D R t e 30 / O OFT ma in ALONG THE WEST
C.:,r80rtible 5 11,000 Honda Dirt Bike Chevrolet1 09 HHR SS. n.Ch 7unte' on e mool r. Loaded, Tan leather. laint or petition 3 da afte the REOBE


,NS -is 1 a'02 iaxi.l _Taoe CONCESSIRON facty 3073-siCe 334.714-5999 J CILR CRCC To nati h publiscatSEA RA f (aUn-
E'xcard sof1t tp I CRFOR l4 F'IF 0 E aIcUrditiong CHEVROLET d Excellent condition, original with this SEAY ROAD (ACOUN-
Sring : Lnk 80Ozark COLD TRAYS 4 '7 229- 98,000 miles, Court either before TY MAINTAINED DIRT
3348 312S e-auSt. LOS AutoaExcellent! 10,700. 9-758-346or229- dump truck, 20K mi., 4 door, good I LegalNotices service on Plaintiff's ROAD)







I 334774-6693 stL Ea57464 BOILINGTRAYES, CHEVY'87.S-10 Pick- Ta$30,00013340688- CASE NO.: 32-2010- Jackson County Flo- 9119 Corporate Lake
M1err 'ofGrnad afterSp '1 21r',-0 080 334-7190-7959 400 4 on newengine, looks condition, 3 14,200. attorney or immedi-
Nissan 05'350Z ad -chevy'07 Trailblazer 8 rough runs good! (334)464-7573I tereafer; t- has bn filed
Marquis GS, loaded,$2 new50._5!_71_9"13ately ef 2o5.34e11
leather auto tans, HARLEY DAVIDSON Honda VTX 07' 1300R INCOME33 6 d '7 F50 500 OBLF150 5 er W S mawill again and feyou
tires, very clean ex- 07 FLSTSC Springer Dcusotm rearvie OPPkRTUNIT Chey '67 C10 $1200 d 3supercrew, 4X45. be entered against ae required to serve
excellent cond. $12,900 css 000 mi errors, vance STAINLESS OBO Or consider flex fuel, dark blue IN THE CIRCUIT ou for the relief de- a copy of your writ-
850-482-8416 Black 13,500 OO ines pipes $6500. STEAL, DINER trade 334-522430 w/bed cover, 144K COURT OFHE handed in the Con- teri defenses within
254-681-4802 792-1489 618-0031 STYLE C y 2' Fleet side mi, pwr, CC, $14,500 FOURTEENTH plaint or petition. 30 days after the first
Nissan '02 M ima $ bCONCESSION factorym30a, 3sd, 67K 334-714-6999 JEdUDICIAL CIRCUIT publication,. ifaot
SE, White 91K Mi. factoryc307, 3-o c7lg- fa n
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334-774-6693 White 850-579-4694 BOILING TRAYS, CHEVY '87.-10 Pick- Tan, 30,000334-688- CASE NO.: 32-2010-Jackson County Flo- 9119 Corporate Lake
TRIPLESINK Up. New Clutch. New 8606, 334-695-0688 CA-000002 ridian. Drive, Suite 300,
NRoadster P Con 05' 350 Ce '07 Trailblazer, $8,000. OBO Motor. New Tires. DIVISION: Tampa, Floridan
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whiter 334-714-270055 Eagle er ifter, garage kept loaded $300 Down 3347263842 33$3 nr (3 790 81 AMES B. NUTERA/K/A CIVILACTION and the seal of this
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793-4022,c5. a seat & saddle bags, Hatcher 334-791-8243 JohnDeer ' 107 3 790 8 of June, 2010. service of J , 2laini
warrantyike new. very clean, new pipes 300 Loader w/Dunp Plainih, attorney or i ed-
Nissan '07 Altima, $8,000, obo702-4778 & many extra's$4000 Ford'08 Edge Limited bucket, Bush Hog, Dale R. Guthrie atel thereafter oth-
Convience Pkg, Sun- OBO. 334-750-6237 navigation, sync, Grader & Tiller Disk Ford '07 Ranger vs. Clerk of the Court erwise a default will
Push Start, 40k m. Harlectra Glide Classic, s ' KX6 brilliant red, leather $14,000 321-202-4324 automatic. V6 be entered against
40334-65-6233 5000 m ies, $6,750. Monster graphic seat s, a loaded 37K m. -o,oo miles. THE UNKNOWN By: Beverly Hatcher you for the relief de-
4,334-618-4430 circuit pipe V/force $26,500. 334-791-2338 UTILITY cargo trailer Excellent. $0S0. HEIRS, DEVISEES, As Deputy Clerk handed in the Com-
Pontiac'07 G6GT super t b Ford'87Bronco Dolittle 2007,e20' CHEVY '9, 1 Ton 1 h 334.790-799 G R A N T E E S laint o ptit
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on Eli 714-0298 o Ski "09 KXOP Codition$4500 years. Only used for offer 229-334-8520, V-6fullyloaded EES, OR OTHER published once each
97Molor 10 BPS1. 2 334-792-1208 3000 miles. $5,500. 229-296-8171 $20,500080 229-861- CLAIMANTS CLAIM- IN THE CIRCUIT week for two consec-
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vertible $1 *6 ,9. Cr HaryY Davidson 198V rat gEa tcNd.- ,$4200 Yanmar 160 picuper , J.UKS T KNOWN li4 gatrtte at ethe
Pontiac '07 Soltise brherperor. GMC 'Jimmy, Ch evy'91 Cherokee Henry Cobb UNDER, OR AGAINST FOURTEENTH Jackson County Flo-
Rodse 0GX01. Coorm pi&im s.miy N052 dckup, lift gate CL a O ODALE idin
Roadster GXP Con6 - 6r t arliepipe.8er5yfast greatcond., $4200 Yanmar 1601 $1500 850-352-4724 FORD -'87 F350 Buck- CLARA L DAVISON JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ridian.
vertible16,999. CSI arley Davion08 before motor 080 850-526-2491 2WD standard shift, et Truck, one man A/K/A CLARA DAVI- IN AND FOR JACKSON
Auto 334-671-7720 Ultra Classic Scream - crossing extremist askforTom 20 Hp.hlikener. newAC.30HrEac' SON A'KiA CLARA R. COUNTY. FLORIDA WITNESS my hand
or 334-714-2700 g Eagle Adn; lrsa - 3 4726-3842 $95. cner Euip. (334 790.891 O DAVISON A/K/A CIVIL ACTION and the seal of this
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conv. black 24Kmi. all $29000 334.6b50380 I 562 or 3374-828-13251 DECEASED, et al. CASE NO.: 32-2010- of�June,2010.
leather loaded, gar-. C , g CA-000419
kept. $17,500. OBO Defendart-'i. DIVISION: Dale R. Guthrie
334-796-6613 - . Truc Leasing. Rent Clerk of the Court
Toyota 02' Silver, 1mi. new AC. oa ced. NANCE LLC, By: Beverly Hatcher
PRIUS, exc. condo. ' -a HONDA '97 Passport. run gr t $3.400. TO: As Deputy Clerk
Harley Davidson 0Mil9' Great New Seat Co , old air. 3347981768 or 334-98-1768 4x4 Auto, $4,900 or SON, AS AN HEIR OF Easy Waysto
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Toyota 05' Prius 43K Road King, crews, er $1800 718-6833 334-691-7111 334-8520, 229-296- THCLARA . DAVISON
olor god cond. 3,100 m array Red Kawasaki 09' S 9 Rd, 8171 A/KA CLARA DAVi-TONY LAGMAN A Increase Your
$14,500 n. 334-94 02011 m. corrand. - Ninja Like New 250R IsSzu 97' Rodeo,8ON A/K/A CLARA R. TONY D. LAGMAN
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Toyota'07Ya s 45 $3 . 334 -3. d381o2000. 3BO34- diCoession Trine60001br gaon capacity with DECEASED
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806-9706 o 334-d94-2665 or0 like new, 3550 mi. JEEP 1987 Wrangler automatic, V-6 61K 693-5718 DRESS:
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Toyota riding gear 080 new engine/trans/ Vans $72033 ; .790 -. " DPIKE 2. Use an Attractor
Solara V-6 sport con- 334-714-4029 tires, hard top. 792- Dodge '02 Dakota D ENT 06239 TO: .s Aa
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bumper warr., neF" Auto. 6 cyl. 2.5" lift. power, am/fmcass. auto 134.6c,.3980F YOU ARE NOTIFIED 2250SEAY ROAD itemnyouaresellnggora
tires $15,00. Firm9e F-,Tie &0 ^ Rims. Ford J7 F-10,, V-,,
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e2497 or 334-672-655 Harley o334-7 930 e. stred erDce bedliner. $5,000 334- F win
S334-62-15 Hl Davidson 992 pending. Must Sell 355-0694 clean, seats 8 1,500., Dodge 95 Dakota NORTHWEST COR CLAIMING BY,
Volkswagon '02 Sposter 1200 custom 6,150 OBO Man & P Motors 793-2142 Sport, club cab, great NER OF THE SOUTH-THROUGH, UNDER, 5 Describe your te or
Beetle. Silver mid 's K/KH exc. Woman Jackets Lexus'08 GX470 50K shape,$2,000. OBO EAST /OF SECTIONAND AGAINST THEid i
Needsengine cond.$5,500. OBO Helmets aval, for Mi.Good Cond. Load- 334-798-1768or 27, TOWNSHIP 7 HEREIN NAMEDINDI- ob position in detail
$2700334-718-2223794-2665 334-805- Extra. 334-414-3551 ed 3rd Row Seat,Na Wanted: 334-691-2987 NORTH, RANGE 8 VIDUAL DEFENDANT
9810 System536.000 Automobiles . GMC'05SIERRA, WEST, THENCE RUN (S) WHO ARE NOT 6. Include the price of
Volvo 02 0 V -22925400177 2s50HD, 139K miles, EAST 210 FEET FOR KNOWN TO BE DEAD
Black w/gry mlesat HDer 7, Fatu.am.s
S raleaerNissan 06 Pathnder black, 4wd,SLT pack- POINT OF BEG-OR ALIVE, WHETHER the item you are selling
70k miles, very nice loaded. age, 4 door.$20,000. NING, THENCE CON-SAID UNKNOWN
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n 5 -SOUH 470 FEET TO SPOUSE, HEIRS, largerbcpe and gualfics
cCall 334-494-3627 Cond. $15.00. .. .
Call 334-494-3627 " Call 34.685-1634 Concession Trailer SOUTH 470 FEET TO SPOUSE, HEIRSlre
Catl 3739417292 6146ession W.ar d tITHE NORTH RIGHTRD E V I S E E S ,
Volvo '08 C70 Hard- Suzuki '08 GZ250 r 334866.9634 THE NORTH RIGHT E V I EES
top Convertible. T5 Harley Davidson 2000 with etended -WANTED Dodge 99'1500 V-8 OF WAY OF SAID GRANTEES, OR OTH- to make your ad stand
Package. Light blue. 1200 Sportster,5,400 warrantyRunsGood TOYOTA '06 Four Motor Driven. Maum 193K mi.n C HIGHWAY NO.2 ER CLAIMANTS
19K mi. $29,500 miles burund , 2500. 334-791-0701 Runner SR5, 2d, Good Condition A/T A/CP/steering THENCE RUN WEST andbe al
3347912338 windshield. sadd 59.700 miles, white. And Equipped. ' crews, $3,500. OBO OUT THE ALONG NORTH RIGHT LAST KNOWN' AD-
3793ag38s.wncra die.-------- - evel-- tond.85-334.691-2987344- WAY OF SAID DRESS: UNKNOWN compelling
adult peratedV500.$1,90 . 3347963130.0HIGHWAY 210 FEET:CURRENT ADDRESS:
'Etie Bug 314-3c9,0220
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l:',.Ji0 334 671 1519 FAR Superglicd. Cus
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.eli,. ..,t, whit,- L.rider 6K ,-M ver & Black, 2.5K
Oop. auto. iso. EIk E.c�conci Saddle miles. Excellent con-
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256.282-i6752 �55_,', :i3.984.2044 detachable saddle-
Harle Davlro -.' 6 - bags. 54.000 FIRM.
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Glide-FXDWG. Black. 334-714-2700 334.;9r091 FE,\TIiiN Copper.Brs ,", wOue METAL
4 F9.pdFIal~oJ *Alumlntim Cans or Office
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6600 mi. $12,900. 404- � Grartr - Pan LFET ME C AluminmSra : lea
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9k, garage kept, red, . . � Ihllhln/cr w 30 Years ; Busines */i ,i'i!
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2007 Suzuki braided lines, 8,900 atg u :lor in (880) 48..q9-5 850-526-2336 * -'y
Boulevard C50- Red mi $7,200. 794-8037 flame red. elcel. � Rtl.nli.in Pimdnd and Relng)deln
and black,.9k miles, HD '97, Fatboy, Pew- irlnl, '3K ybi..Ill Prp i " -r n .' .
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only 1,150 miles. C'dale 850-352-4342 rlike;s,5,com,: ast.ret reracina , E
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ghost flames, $9,000. - , C-. 9qj ,i itri Ci riihhi
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or 334-791-2277 Kit. Silver 30th An.Ed. tnar, 1.000 mls
'92 Goldwing, 60k CB, Extras, 38K mi. Bought new. Garaged i _ _[ Sale & Ilnstallauun I_ IniuredI your lime.
miles, red, ex. paint . 334-793-0177 Divorce pending. AUo&Cycle Pitt over 30 yrs Hoielmproveient . Use Mine!
& running cond. . Must Sell $7,290 OBO Services Experience to I I
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Condition $970. 42K mi. Asking $3200 Appointments Available Floor To Roof C is proud to be in
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Cruiser Like New 334-477-3152 /C.VIS - DISCOV FREE STIMATES partnership with
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customized out of Cruiser Like New 01 -5 Bulldozing Countertops (850) 557-6733 Home Imoeme
screamingeagle -334-806-arbs 1322 soft top, auto, J Classified ollO'NHe l's Shores POLE
chrome-up, SS cabs, -
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$8,500 334-695-3744 white windshield & miles, new tires, CabinetSC Ceramic le
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orange cod, HONDA '06 Shadow, Your source 8l -m-50s55 All Wood Custom M*A N * New FIxtures
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street legal. $500. 2.8 miles, LIKE NEW, 1999Blazer Tracker WE .O E MARIANNAP Eal
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16,500 miles. White, KLR, 6500 miles jack.$3000 0BO. and buy ! /F 20 YEAS . Call (850) 579-4428 1 e estln.#QB40i2-srnd
clean & shop kept. $2900. Call 334-790- 334-886-3154, ing , Donnie Shores, Sr. . 850-693-0566
$11,000. 334-774-3663 6654 after 5 p.m. 334-798-9131








10A - Tuesday, June 15, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


Making This Right

Beaches

Claims
Cleanup

Economic Investment

Environmental Restoration

Health and Safety

Wildlife


For information visit: bp.com
deepwaterhorizonresponse.com
Facebook: BP America
Twitter: @BPAmerica
YouTube: BPplc


My name is Darryl Willis and I'm responsible for overseeing BP's
.claims process in the Gulf Coast. I was born and raised in Louisiana.
At age 70, my mother lost her home to Hurricane Katrina. Afterwards,
she experienced enormous frustration. So I know first hand that
when tragedy strikes on a scale like this, people need help
without a lot of hassles.

How To File A Claim
To speed that help, BP's Claims Center is open 24 hours a day,
7 days a week. The number is 1-800-440-0858. When someone
calls, they'll find out how to submit their claim and can schedule a
face-to-face meeting with one of our claims specialists. They can
also file online at bp.com/claims.

Replacing Lost Monthly Income
Our focus has been on helping the fishermen, small businesses
and others who aren't able to work until the spill is cleaned up, by
making payments to replace their lost monthly income. These
payments will continue for as long as needed. When we talk, we'll
help people determine which documents they need. We will then
be in touch in four days or less and can issue them a check right
on the spot.

So far, we have paid more than 19,000 claims, totaling more than
$53 million.We have nearly 700 people assigned to handle claims
and 25 walk-in claims offices in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama
and Florida. We have promised to honor all legitimate claims and
we will. We want all Americans to know that these efforts will not
come at any cost to taxpayers.

Our Responsibility
I volunteered for this assignment because this is my home. Doing
this right is important to me. My commitment is that we will keep
you informed, and we'll be here as long as it takes. We may not
always be perfect, but we will make this right.


For assistance, please call.
To report oil on the shoreline: (866) 448-5816
To report impacted wildlife: (866) 557-1401
To make spill-related claims: (800) 440-0858
www.alabamagulfresponse.com


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