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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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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)-
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"Independent."

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Related Items

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

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New farmers market breaks ground


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
After a 10 year wait, the
City of Marianna has final-
ly broken ground on the
new' Madison Street Park,
which will include a new
facility for the Marianna
Farmers Market.
Despite the sweltering
heat, city and county offi-
cials gathered Wednesday
for the:groundbreaking cer-
emony and a look into the
future. Other special guests
and state officials were also
in attendance.
"The new park has been
a much-anticipated endeav-
or, and was only possible
with the collaboration of
everyone's efforts," Mayor
Roger Clay said.
City, county and state
officials and organizations
contributed to make this
"pocket park" idea a reali-
ty.
Madison Street Park will
be located between
Madison and St. Clair Mar
streets, next to the Winn Mar
Dixie Shopping Center in
downtown Marianna. larg
The anchor of the project awn
will be the nec\ farmer's ,for t
market, which will be a rne


Man wanted

on numerous

charges

arrested
STAFF REPORT
A Marianna resi- Stacy
.dent with outstand- Simstacy
ing warrants about
a year old on a number of offens-
es ,was arrested Tuesday and
appeared in court on charges of,
- grand theft and uttering a forged
instrument.
Stacy- Sims, 31, has been
arrested numerous times in the
past, on multiple charges.
According to a report from the
State Attorney's Office, Sims was
arrested back in March 2009 on
charges of uttering a. forged
instrument and grand theft, and
then again in April 2009 for 'a
series of charges related to a
police chase.
According to officials with the
clerk of the courts office, Sims
See CHARGES, Page 4A 10


rianna officials and other officials formally broke ground on the new Madison
rk Skinner / Floridan


e structure with
wings to provide cover
he outdoor market The
facilt % kill replace


the current farmers market, However, the park will
located in the Jefferson also include recreational
County Administration activities and exercise
parking lot. trails.


park will have basic ameni-
ties such as a horseshoe pit,
shuffleboard area, ADA-
approved bathrooms and
benches.
" "I think this park and
farmers market facility will
become a community
icon," Donofro said. "I
want to thank those who
have worked so diligently
to get this accomplished
and bring such an asset to
this community."
An endeavor like this
also calls for a great deal of
funding, Donofro said. The
work to secure funding and
other preparatory efforts
were on-going for most of
last year, with this year's
focus being on develop-
ment.
The- city secured
$253,000 in grant money
from U.S. Department of
Agriculture . Rural
Development.* There was
also a grant of $80,000,
awarded from the Jackson
County Commission's
Street Park Wednesday. - Tourist Development
Council.
The city also contributed
City Commissioner and approximately $100,000 of
member of the project's the city's incremental tax


architectural team Paul
Donofro Jr. says the new:


See NEW, Page 4A >


Three held for crack in drug sting


STAFF REPORT

Three Marianna residents were. arrested
Monday after an undercover operation led
authorities to the three, who were allegedly
involved in the sale of crack cocaine.
Washington Williams, 28, Ryan Peace, 32,
and Arthur "Blue" Herring, 55, were arrest-
ed and charged with sale of a controlled sub-
stance following an investigation led by the
Jackson County Drug Task Force.
According to the affidavit, on Monday
around 2:30 p.m., an undercover officer with
the drdg task force posed as a drug purchas-
"er anfid 'tde cd itact with Williams in the-
area of Myles Street in Marianna.
The undercover officer then inquired
about purchasing $100 worth of crack
cocaine. The affidavit states Williams then
entered the officer's vehicle and directed him
to a residence located at 4214 Cedar St..
Williams eritered the residence and a short
time later returned to the vehicle with the
crack cocaine.
The affidavit 'states that the officer then
left the residence with Williams in the vehi-'
cle.
Officers then arrested Williams at 'the
intersection of Eva May Street and Old
Cottondale Road without incident, as he was
,attempting to exit the vehicle. The affidavit


Washington Ryan
Williams * Peace


states Williams then told officers that he pur-
chased the substance from Ryan Peace at the
location on Cedar Street. ,
According to the affidavit, investigators
then proceeded back to the residence on
Cedar Street to make contact with Peace.
The report says there were several subjects
in the back yard when officers arrived.
Officers made contact with them, leading to
the confiscation of drug paraphernalia and
bags of crack cocaine.-
One subject, Herring,'was, attempting to


Arthur "Blue"
Herring


show officers his identification, which he
was pulling from his pocket, and instead pro-
duced a small plastic bag with a substance
identified as crack.
Some time later, the report stated Peace
came out of the residence and was arrested.
He had $725 in his pocket at the time. Two
of the $20 bills were identified as the curren-
cy used to purchase the undercover officer's
sample, according to the report. '
All three were arrested and.transported to
the Jackson County Correctional Facility. .


Tar balls discolor waters off Okaloosa County


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

FORT WALTON
BEACH - Large tar balls
have discolored the emer-
ald waters off Okaloosa
County.
County spokeswoman
Kathy Newby says the tar
balls began washing ashore
late Tuesday,on the western
edge of Okaloosa Island.
Crews scooped more clus-
ters from the water near a
pier Wednesday morning.
They' were the first
reported in Okaloosa since
a half dozen tiny tar balls
were found here about 10
days ago.
It's the easternmost point
in Florida to be contami-
nated by oil spilling from a'
broken undersea well in the
Gulf of Mexico.
Fort Walton Beach is
about 35 miles east of
Pensacola.
Newby says county offi-
cials on Wednesday were
evaluating conditions on
and below the Gulf's sur-
face.
Arkansas tourist John
Zachary told the Northwest
Florida Daily News that the
tar balls were "red like
blood."


Oil claims grow,


response still slow


The Q4000 drilling rig operates in the Gulf of Mexico at the site of the
Deepwater Horizon- disaster Wednesday. Oil is still leaking from the
wellhead. - AP Photo/Dave Martin


BY RAY. REYES
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
TAMPA - As the ooze contin-
ues to flow in the Gulf of Mexico,
the number of claims from
Florida submitted. to BP grows
daily.
As of Tuesday, the petroleum
giant has received more than
13,000 claims from commercial
fishermen and other business
owners in Florida who say their
livelihoods- have been impacted"
by the oil spill, BP spokesman
Ray Dempsey said.
Among the people seeking
compensation is Bob Spaeth, one
of the owners of the Madeira
Beach Seafood Co.
Spaeth said he has submitted
small claims for six of his deep
water grouper boats and its
crews. He hopes to get at least
$7,000. for each boat. Fishermen
in, Madeira Beach who sent in
claims by mail have yet to receive
the money, he said.
But those who made the drive
to one of eight BP claims offices


in the Panhandle walked out with
checks for $1,000 to $5,000, he
said.
"In the scope of it all, it's very
little," Spaeth said. "But it's
keeping some of them going."
Nearly $10 million has already
been paid out to Floridians,
Dempsey said.
BP officials said Tuesday the
company approved 337 checks
for a total amount of $16 million
to businesses that have filed dam-
age, claims in excess of $5,000.
Keith Overton, the senior vice
president and chief operating
officer of the TradeWinds Islands
Resort in St. Pete Beach, said he
recently filed a claim with BP
because his hotel has lost about
$700,000 in room revenue
between April and May.
"There is a lot of anxiety,"
Overton said about business own-
ers hoping to recoup losses. "I
think it's only going to get
worse."'
Overton and Spaeth said filing
See OIL, Page 4A >


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Community Calendar


June 17 - Thursday
* 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 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-Surmmer
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 Kblson 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-maNi
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 trucks. 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 music from
Second Time Around 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
* Calhoun/Liberty County Health
Department presents "Women's Health
Seminar," 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Veterans
Memorial Civic Center, with complimentary
lunch, manicures, massages, door prizes
and health information. 'Call 850-643-2415,
ext. .245.
* 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 overcomee 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 Govered 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.


* Jackson County AARP. Chapter 3486
welcomes Leslie Spencer, associate state
director' for Advocacy/State Affairs for
Florida AARP, as speaker for its noon meet-
ing at the First Methodist Church on Clinton
Street, Marianna. Spencer will discuss the
legislative session and how it affects AARP
members in Florida. All members urged to
attend; bring a guest and a covered dish.
* 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.
- The monthly meeting of Concerned
American Patriots of Jackson County is 6
p.m. in the Ag Center, US, Highway 90 West
(next to the National Guard Armory) in
Marianna.. Guest speaker: Eddie Eaton,
recently returned from Washington,'D.C. as
a guest of David Barton and Wallbuilders.
Other guests: Mike Reiter, Candidate for
14th Circuit Court Judge; and
Commissioner Edward Crutchfield and Clint
Pate, candidates for the County Commission
seat presently held by Crutchfield.
* The Malone Joy Club meets at.6 p.m. for a
covered dish supper. Bring items for action.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St.; Marianna, in
the AA room.

June 22 - 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.
* Tri-County Home Builders Association
presents Lead Training for Contractors at
Blue Lake Community Center, 1865 U.S.
Highway 77 in Chipley, from 8 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. Cost: $150 per person.
Complementary lunch. Space is limited. To
sign up for RRP Lead Certification, call 638-
4436 or 482-8802.
*� 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.
* 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.


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MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following' incidents for
June 16, the latest avail-
able report: One accident
without injury, one acci-
dent with unknown
injury, two suspicious
vehicles, one suspicious
person, one highway
obstruction, two mental
illness cases, two burgla-
ries, seven traffic stops,
two larceny complaints,"
one criminal mischief
complaint, one civil dis-
pute, one trespassing
complaint, one follow-up
investigation, one juve-
nile complaint and four
public service calls.


JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and
Jackson Fire Rescue list-
ed the following incidents
for June 16, the latest


tRIME


available
report: One
hit-and-run
pedestrian,
four aban-
doned vehi-


cles, one suspicious vehi-
cle, two suspicious inci-
dents, three suspicious
persons, one mental ill-
ness, one burglary, one
physical disturbance, two
verbal disturbances, one
fire call, one brush fire,
one residential fire, two
T


woodland fires, one
power line down, 14 med-
ical calls, one traffic acci-
dent, eight traffic stops,
two larceny complaints,
one criminal mischief
complaint, three civil dis-
putes, two trespassing
complaints, one garbage
complaint, one fraud
report, one assist of a
motorist, two child abuse
reports, two transports
and one threat.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:


- William Boyd, 38,
P.O. Box 851, Quincy,
hold for Leon County.
- Anita Usher, 42,
23788 N.W. Autmon
Drive, Altha, grand theft.
- Phillip Roberts, 38,
542 Satsuma 'West,
Chattahoochee, posses-
sion of drug parapherna-
lia, violation of state pro-
bation.
- Stacey Sims, 31,
2096 Athens Court,
Marianna, uttering a
forged instrument, grand
theft, attempting to elude,
reckless driving, driving
while license suspended
or revoked, two counts of
aggravated assault on a
law enforcement officer.


- Torinthius Giles, 23,
1910 Jacob Road,
Cottondale, hold for
court.
- Christopher Phillips,
31, 21789 N.E. WL
Godwin Road,
Blountstown, knowingly
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked.
- Daniel Boone, 38,
2485 Circle Lane,
Marianna, battery.

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Jackson County Floridan * Thursday, June 17, 2010 " 3A


Lola Sims is a resident of the Mariannd Health and Rehabilitation Center and, at age 97, is determined.to
continue being useful in some way to her community. She volunteered to answer the phone at the center,
and got a surprise call from her daughter. She's shown here answering that call, with nurse Tammie Gilley
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Amateur Radio Service Field Day


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
On the weekend of June
26, the public will have a
chance to meet -and talk
with Jackson County ham
radio operators and see for
themselves what the
Amateur Radio Service is
about.
The newest digital and
satellite capabilities, voice
communications and even
historical Morse code will
be demonstrated at
Cypress Recreation Park
on Saturday, June 26, from
noon to 5 p.m.
The annual event, called
Field Day, is the climax of
Amateur Radio Week,
sponsored by the ARRL,
the national association for
amateur radio. Their slo-
gan, "When All Else Fails,
Ham Radio Works," is
more than just words to the
hams, as they prove they
can send messages in many
forms without the use of
phone systems, Internet or
any other, infrastructure
that can be compromised
in a crisis.
More than 35,000 ama-
teur radio operators across
the country participated in
last year's event. Through
the ARRL's Amateur


Bridge


club


results
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Marianna Duplicate
Bridge Club plays bridge on
Monday afternoons in the
St. Luke's Episcopal
Church Parish Hall.
For .the week of June 7,
the winners were as fol-
lows:
First place - Jane
Sangaree and Dorothy
Baxter, both of Marianna.
Second place - Lottie
Williams and John Lewis,
both of Marianna.
For the week of June 14,
the winners were as fol-
lows:
First place - Dorothy
Baxter and Jane Sangaree,
both of Marianna.
Second place - Douglas
Parker of Marianna, and
Kurt Opferman of
Dellwood.
Third place - Lottie
Williams and John Lewis,
both of Marianna.


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Plinio Tuta try their hand
at amateur, AKA ham
radio. On Saturday, June
26, the public will have a
chance to meet and talk
with Jackson County ham
radio operators during
the Amateur Radio
Service Field Day, noori
to 5 p.m. at Cypress
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Students from Vicki Taylor's third grade class at
Riverside Elementary School, from left, are, front row,
Wesley Rogers, McKenzie Benton, Natasha Jones and
Tyreke McCalister; and back row, American Legion
Auxiliary Unit No. 100 members Pat Ouzts, Daisie
Schoultheis and Wilma Rauhe, and school principal
John Ellerbee. Not pictured: Auxiliary member Mary
Pettis, who took the photograph. - Contributed Photo

Students learn about

'Our Country's Flag'


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN ,
Members of the
American Legion Auxiliary
Unit No. 100 of Marianna
recently presented 150
comic books about "Our
Country's Flag" to students
at Riverside Elementary
School.


The 20-page educational
comic book explains the
history and significance of
the flag, as well as proper
treatment and handling pro-
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Auxiliary, contact president
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BP 'small people' comment causes anger


BY HOLBROOK MOHR
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

VENICE, La. - The "small
people'.' of the Gulf Coast have a
humongous message for oil giant
BP: They're tired of the company's
big-time executives making insen-
sitive comments. On Wednesday,
BP Chairman Carl-Henric


Svanberg ,told reporters in
Washington: "I hear comments
sometimes that large oil companies
are greedy companies or don't
care, but that is not the case with
BP. We care about the small peo-
ple." Orange Beach, Ala., Mayor
Tony Kennon laughed when he
heard Svanberg's remark.
"They can call me small, minia-


ture, they can call me anything they
want. Just write the check and send
it to us," he said. But Justin
Taffinder of New Orleans was not
amused. "We're not small people.
We're human beings. They're no
greater than us. We don't bow
down to them. We don't pray to
them," Taffinder said.
Svanberg is Swedish, and his


comments - in English - may
have been an unintentional slight.
He uttered the remark to reporters
following a joint press conference
with President Barack Obama -
who had spoke of the small busi-
ness owners, the fishermen and the
shrimpers affected by the.spill.
But coastal residents already
were angry over the oil spill disas-


ter and at BP CEO Tony
Hayward's earlier comments that
he "wants his life back."
Asked about the chairman's
remark, BP spokesman Toby
Odone told The Associated Press in
an e-mail that "it is clear that what
he means is that he cares about
local businesses and local people.
This was a slip in translation."


Man seized at Army post



had land mine, laser scope


BY KATE BRUMBACK
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

FORT GORDON, Ga. - A former
national guardsman who wore cam-
ouflage fatigues so often that a neigh-
bor thought he was in the military
was charged Wednesday with pre-
tending to be a U.S. Army soldier
after authorities say he convinced an
officer at a military base to give him a
sophisticated laser sight.
Anthony Todd Saxon, 34, was.
charged with impersonating an Army
master sergeant and stealing the
infrared laser targeting sight after he
was caught on the east Georgia base
with a land mine, several grenades
and night vision devices, prosecutors
said. Saxon did not enter a plea dur-
ing a preliminary hearing in federal
court, and his attorney Danny
Durham refused to comment on the
case after the hearing.' Prosecutors,
meanwhile, said they plan to reveal
more details at a detention hearing
scheduled for Monday.
Saxon was wearing a full. combat
uniform, including rank and insignia,
when he was stopped at Fort Gordon
by military police and questioned
about his activities, according to the
complaint. After Saxon gave them
consent to search his vehicle, author-
ities said they found several grenades
and the land mine, among other
equipment.
According to the complaint, Saxon
told investigators he was able to
obtain the laser sight by telling a cap-
tain in the base's military police
office that he was a master sergeant in
the Army's 82nd Airborne Division
and that he needed it to train a soldier.


An undated photo provided by the
Richmond, Ga. County Jail shows
'Anthony Todd Saxon. Authorities
say the' FBI is investigating after
Saxon, 34, was arrested Tuesday
when explosives were found in a
vehicle on Fort Gordon Arnqy base
in Georgia. - AP
Photo/Richmond, Ga. County Jail

He told investigators he was able to
obtain the device after signing a
receipt, according to the court docu-
ments. He also said he was a member
of the Army National Guard between
1993 and 1995, but was medically
discharged for heart problems,
according to the records.
Florida National Guard spokes-
woman Crystal McNairy said that


Saxon joined the Guard in 1993 ai
left with an honorable discharge
1994. She said his rank was priva
1st class, but she would not provi
any other details about his service.
At the hearing, Saxon. wore mi
tary-style camouflage pants and
short-sleeved olive T-shirt. I
flashed a smile at his wife, Rhond
who began to sob. Saxon said on
, "yes sir" when the judge asked him
he understood his rights.
Saxon's wife said the couple hE
three children, but she would n
comment on the .case.
"I don't even know what's going
- that's why I'm here."
Saxon has lived in the quiet neig
borhood in Keysville, a rural town
few miles south of Fort Gordon, sin
around December. A man wl
described himself as a friend of t
family at Saxon's home declined
comment.
Andrea Watson, Saxon's next-do
neighbor, said Wednesday thatI
dropped by to introduce himself n
long after'his family moved in abc
six months ago. Watson said she di
n't get to know him very well, t
noticed that he often wore a came
flage Army uniform.
"He always had on fatigues.
thought he was in the Army," Wats,
said. "It was like he was coming a
going to work."
Fort Gordon spokesman B
Yarnell said Saxon was stopped,
the Army post because his c
matched the description of a vehic
suspected in an earlier theft of mi
tary equipment from the post
April. Yamell would not say wl
had been stolen.


Researcher says he has ID'd 7 MIAs from WWII


BY DAVID DISHNEAU
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

SUITLAND, Md. - A
private researcher who has
labored for years to identify
the remains of U.S. service
members declared missing
in action during World War
II says he has matched
seven MIAs with the
remains of unknowns and
he expects to match as
many as 19 more within a
week.
Ted Darcy's list of five
Marines and two sailors
missing since the 1944.
Battle of Saipan may not
sound long. But his
announcement Tuesday -
the 66th anniversary of the
battle's opening day - was
remarkable, considering the


military's average of con-
firming 72 such matches
annually from all U.S.
wars.
Darcy, a retired Marine
Corps gunnery sergeant
from Fall River, Mass., has
helped bring home three
WWII MIAs since .1991
from -burial sites in the
Philippines, 'Hawaii and
Newport, R.I. Now he is
accelerating his work using
computerized databases
filled with information he,
painstakingly entered from
two, sets of government
documents: those contain-
ing physical descriptions of
MIAs and those containing
autopsies of slain service
members buried, as
unknowns.
He hands over his fifid-


ings to the military, which
then tries to verify his work.
It sounds simple, but the
identifications are the fruit
of 20 years' labor by Darcy,'
who says he's determined
to bring home thousands of
missing WWII fighters.
"If I can bring home
4,500 American MIAs, I'll
be a happy camper," he said
in a recent interview at the
Washington National
Records Center, a federal
repository in Suitland, just
east of the nation's capital.
Soft-spoken, with' a
-thatch of curly, salt-and-
pepper hair, Darcy, 59, runs
a business, WFI Research
Group, that digs up details
of decades-old battles, for
other WWII researchers at
$50 an hour. But he doesn't


charge MIAs' families to
find their loved ones, usual-
ly buried anonymously in
distant cemeteries' under
white marble crosses
inscribed,- "Here rests in
honored glory a comrade in
arms known but to God."
The Associated Press
isn't naming those identi-
fied by Darcy unless they
have been officially con-
firmed.
There are nearly 88,000
American MIAs, including
78,000 from WWII,
according to the Pentagon's
Defense Prisoner of War-
Missing Personnel Office.
Darcy says he has located
the remains of nearly 9,000
unidentified WWII fighters,
and he hopes to put names
to at least half of them.


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collection money, also known as Marianna. The company is held to a second home," Rep. Brad Drake, R-
Community Redevelopment Agency six-month contract, putting the corn- Eucheeanna, said Wednesday. "I
funds, to go towards the project. pletion date sometime, around grew up here in Marianna and I
According to a press release from December, City Manager Jim Dean remember me and my granddaddy
the USDA Rural Development office, said. Paul A. Donofro and Associates having to drive around and pick our
Marianna is a considered a "state is serving as the project architect, and vegetables ourselves, so I wish we
enterprise zone" and located in a David H. Melvin LLC serves as the had this 30 years ago."
"rural area of critical economic con- project engineer. ' President Rick Toole of the
cern." This is what made the project The main leg work, however, was Jackson County Growers Association
eligible for the USDA funding. The done by city staff, Donofro said says he couldn't be happier with the
release states the USDA funds will go Wednesday. He thanked those indi- new facility.
strictly towards the development of viduals affiliated with the city who "I think this new opportunity to
the new pavilion, and additional park- have worked for years to get this proj- offer our goods and produce will be
ing for farmers market patrons. ect up and running. such a benefit to the community,"
The project now under way is "I'll tell you, from the sounds of it, Toole said. "We look forward to the
being developed by W&M this park is going to be a tremendous completion of the market and its asset
Construction Company Inc. of asset to this community and to my to the future of Marianna."


Charges Continued From Page 1A

was arrested Tuesday on a warrant of Dixie Food and Gas was informed through town after police attempted
that has been outstanding since July by the bank that the check was not to pull him over for speeding.
2009 for .failing to appear on the good. The owner told authorities at Throughout the chase, Sims was
charges stemming from the police the time that he waited several weeks allegedly travelling at an unlawful
pursuit. for Sims - who was a regular cus- speed and committed numerous traf-
The State Attorney's report states tomer - to return to "make the check fic violations, including running stop
that on March 3 of last year, Sims good." However, Sims did not return. signs and jumping curbs.
entered the Dixie Food and Gas Store About a month later, Sims was That report states 'that at the
in Alford and allegedly.presented a arrested again on charges of fleeing Marianna Garden Apartment corn-
counterfeit check. The check was for and attempting to elude a police offi- plex, Sims allegedly struck an offi-
$3,990, and was allegedly from cer, aggravated assault, reckless driv- cer's vehicle with his on two occa-
Corporate Research International, ing and driving while his license was sions. Sims was arrested Tuesday on
located at 4541 Broad St. in suspended or revoked, the failure to appear warrant and
Pleasantville, N.J. According to the affidavit, Sims transported to Jackson County
According to the report, the owner was allegedly driving recklessly Correctional Facility.


O il Continued From Page 1A


claims is a complicated, confusing
process that may be hindered because
BP must check the validity of each
submission.
"In their defense, they just can't
open up their checkbooks.. There's a
lot of fraudulent .claims out there,"
Spaeth said.


BP has come under criticism by
business owners and residents along
the Gulf for not efficiently processing
relief claims.
Dempsey said BP officials had to
overcome a steep learning curve in
the first few weeks of paying business
owners.


"We believe we're making a big
difference," Dempsey said.
"We're going to continue to work
on all the claims and make this
right."
To date, BP said it has opened 25
claims offices and issued about
25,000 checks totaling $63 million.
T


James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
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Lynwood
Price Burch





LynwoAd Price .Burch,
64, of Marianna died Mon-
day, June 14, 2010, at his
residence.
Lynwood was a native
and lifelong, resident of
Jackson County, a Navy
veteran, and a carpenter by
trade. He loved to fish,
hunt and spend .time with
his grandchildren. Mr.
Burch was a member of the
Baptist church.
He was preceded in
death by his father, Price
Burch; and his daughter,
Cynthia Lynn Burch.
Survivors include his
wife, Linda A. Burch; sons
Adam Burich of St. Augus-
tine, and Keith Burch of
Wilkesboro, N.C.; his
mother, Mattie Connor,
and brother, Wendell
Burch, both of Greenwood;
sisters Shirley Simmons
(Johnny) of Compass Lake,
Hazel Russ (Lloyd) of
Chipley, and Lavern Taylor
of Marianna; and five
grandchildren, Samantha,
Hunter, Tyler and Olivia
Burch, and Emily Quin.
The funeral service will
be 10 a.m. Friday, June 18,
at James & Sikes Maddox
hapel, the Rev. Ronnie
Wright and James Blanton
officiating. Burial will be at
Shady Grove Cemetery,
with full military honors
given by Sneads American
Legion Post 241. James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends from 7 to 9 p.m.
Thursday, June 17 at Mad-
dox Chapel.
Brown Funeral Home
1068 Main.St.
Chipley, FL 32428
850-638-4010

, Zachary Alan
Ray Harris

Zachary Alan Ray Harris
- "Zac" to those who
loved him - left this world
to live with Jesus on June
13, 2010.
Zac was born Oct. 14,
1987, at Flowers Hospital.
Zac graduated from
Chipley High School with
honors, and went on to
complete his associate's
degree from Chipola Col-
lege. Zac was currently en-
rolled at Chipola College
and planned to transfer to
Florida State University.
Zac was an avid football
player and FSU fan. Zac
played football throughout
his life and was a fierce
competitor and accom-,
plished player. Zac has
many friends and family he
leaves behind. Zac lived at
Orange Hill with his moth'-
er, Donna Jo Kent, his sis-
ter Amber Harris Issacs,
and his only niece, Allanah
Ray. Zac nicknamed
Allanah "Chuckle," and
that is all he ever called
her.
Zac's maternal grandpar-
ents are Brady and Naoma
Foran and the late Donald
Ray Kent. Zac's father Alan,
along with his stepmother
Linda, lived in Tallahassee.
Zac has four stepbrothers:
Japeth, Jared, Joey and Josh
Baker. Zac's paternal


grandparents are the late
Thomas Zachary and Faye
Harris. Zac has many spe-
cial friends whom he loves
and always thought the
world of.
Zac was a special child
who grew up into a won-
derful, smart, handsome
. man. Zac's dry wit was al-
ways a source of joy to
those he was around. Zac
had a bigger-than-life per-
sonality, and although he is
at peace now, there will
never another son, brother,
uncle or grandchild who
could ever be missed any
deeper.
Rest in peace our sweet,
smart, beautiful child, look
down upon us and smile,
we will see you soon. God-
speed.
The family will receive
friends Wednesday,. June
16, from 6 to 8 p.m. at
Brown Funeral Home,
Brickyard Road Chapel.
The funeral service will
be Thursday, June 17 at 10
a.m. in the chapel of Brown
Funeral Home, Brickyard
Road. Interment will follow
in New Orange Baptist
Church Cemetery. 'Brown
Funeral Home is in charge
of the arrangement.
Friends and'family may
sign the. online register at
www.brownfh.net.
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059

Mary Edna
Hinson

Mrs. Mary Edna Hinson,
94, of Marianna passed
Saway Wednesday, June 16,
2010, in Jackson Hospital.
Mrs. Hinson moved with
her family to Jackson
County in 1962 from
Blakely, Ga. She was a lov-
ing wife, mother and
grandmother, who took joy
in taking care of her family
and -home. Mrs. Hinson
was a talented seamstress
who enjoyed , crocheting,
and embroidering. She
loved her . pastimes of
growing flowers and fish-
ing.
Mrs. Hinson was preced-
ed in death by her parents,
George W. Griffin and Cona
Lee Peel Griffin; her hus-
band of 71 years, William
Tallice Hinson; her grand-
son, Daniel Mordes; six
brothers; and one sister.
She is survived by one
son, Tallice Hinson Jr. and
his wife Elise, of the Little
Dothan community; one
daughter, Patricia Ann
Mordes of the Shady Grove
community; five grandchil-
dren, Gabriel Mordes of the
Shady Grove community,
Krystal Hinson of Malone,
Tallice Eugene Hirison and
his wife Connie, of Marian-
na, Ted Hinson of Sneads,
and Sheila Marie Duncan
and her husband Nick, of
Tennessee; four great-.
grandchildren; one great-
great-granddaughter; and a
host of beloved nieces and
nephews.
The - service for Mrs.
Hinson will be 10 a.m. Fri-
day, June 18, in the Ma-
rianna Chapel Funeral
Home, the Rev. Jack Ho-
well officiating. Interment
will follow in the Shady
Grove Cemetery in Grand
Ridge.
There will be a time of vis-
itation one hour prior to
service.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
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Summer basketball gears up Bulldogs


Marianna wins two
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
Summer basketball continued at Marianna
High School Tuesday evening with four
teams in action.
Marianna defeated Bonifay 54-45, before
Port St. Joe handed Mount Olive of Dothan a
70-40 loss. In the third game, Marianna again
came away'with a win, 64-62 in overtime,
over Mount Olive. The final game of the night
pitted Port St. Joe against Bonifay, with the
St. Joe Sharks coming out on top, 62-43.
In the first game, Marianna was led by Tre
Jackson with 18 points, followed closely by
Krhize Pinkens with 16.
In Marianna's final game, Jackson had 18
points and Pinkens scored 14.
Following the game, Marianna head coach
Travis Blanton praised the summer program.
"This is a great experience for the guys all
the way around, the young ones get acclimat-
ed to the pace of high school ball, the experi-
ended ones gain valuable court time," he said.
"In our second game, I let some of the
upcoming freshman take the court at the start
of the game to give them a shot at what they
will be seeing.
"They did a good job, got a little behind
though, and I put some of the older boys in to
get us back in the game. Skyler Gause came
through with a critical free throw to put us up
by two in overtime and kind of seal that win
for,us. That was special and came at a good
time. There will be some good matchups
Thursday when Sneads, Malone, Chipley, and
Bay come to town.",
Action continues today with opening tip-
off for Game One at 4 p.m.


VVIII LVVU


Marianna's Shayne Blanton heads in to make a shot Tuesday. The Bulldogs won two
games Tuesday. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


Marianna, G'ville T-ball All-Stars square off


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Due to the lack of official All-
Star T-ball teams in Marianna or
Graceville, two parents of T-ball
players decided to form teams of
their own.
Natacha Phillips of Marianna
and Rod Adams of Graceville
both work :.at, Melvin
Engineering, and both have sons


who play -T-ball.
Game day for the two city
teams was June 5. Graceville
travelled to Marianna, and agreed
to Marianna's rules of either
three outs or seven innings per
run, whichever comes first.
The Graceville team had
Marianna on the ropes in the first*
inning, but the home team man-
aged to get three outs and held


Front row, from the left, coach Clint Brock, Trett Phillips, Blake Hill,
Cole- Nobles, Tucker Brock and Waylon Crumpler. Back row,
Gavee Watson, Dylan Tyus, Landon Chatwood, Hayes Austin,
Chris Gable and coach Mike Gable. -Contributed photo


Graceville to five runs.
Both teams scored seven runs
apiece in the second and 'third
innings. In the fourth inning,
Gavee Watson pulled a double


play out of a fly. ball, tagging the
runner headed to third and hold-
ing Graceville to six runs.
Marianna scored seven runs in
the fourth, winning 28-25.


From the left, front row, Ashton Miller, James Shiver and Blain
Woodham. Center row, Neal Adams, Zephaniah Brunson,
Fredrick Patton, Michael Duffell, Thomas Duffell and Caulin
Thomas. Back row, coaches Rod Adams, Rusty Woodham and
Craig Thomas. -Contributed photo


more in


tourney
BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Bulldogs base-
ball team made it four in a row
Tuesday, as they picked up a pair
of wins in the first Liberty
County Wood Bat Tourney. In
Game One, they handed the
Wewa Gatorg an 11-2 loss, before
dealing the Bay High Tornados i
7-2 loss.
Austin Branch went, the dis-
tance in the Wewa game, giving
up two runs on three hits, three
walks and two errors through five
innings of play.
Jae Elliott led off the game
with 'a single, and moved to sec-
ond with one out on a walk to
Alex Bigale. With two outs.
Dustin O'Hearn tripled-home two
runs, -before a fly out ended the
inning.
In the second inning, a two-out
single by Tyler Hampton was the
only offense for the Dawgs.
Marianna plated another run in
the third inning. Clayte Rooks led
off with a single, and with one out
moved to second when Jaren
Bannerman drew a walk. A
passed ball moved the runners,
with O'Hearn scoring Rooks on a
single, before a ground out to
third and a strikeout ended the
inning.
Eight runs crossed the plate for
the Bulldogs in their final at bat.
Bradly Middleton singled, and
Hampton reached on an error to
put runners at first 'and second.
Elliqtt took advantage of another
Gator error to take first and pick
up an RBI. Rooks and Bigale
drew a walk, with one scoring on
Bigale's walk. With one out,
O'Hearn doubled home two more
runs. Brandon Burch reached on
an errant throw from third, with
Chris Godwin following with a
walk. Jonathan Biggs hit into a
fielder's choice that got Godwin
at second. Zac Davis and Michael
Mader both drew bases loaded
walks, before a strikeout ended
the inning.
- In the second game, Michael
Mader picked up the win. He
went seven innings, giving up
two runs on four hits, one walk.
one error and seven strikeouts.
Both Bay High runs came in the
third inning.
Marianna drew first blood with
one run in the first. With one out,
Rooks singled and moved to sec-
ond when Zack Smith was issued
a walk. Bannennan ground out to
second to score Rooks, before a
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Lakers take Celtics all the way to Game 7 in NBA finals


BY GREG BEACHAM
AP SPORTS WRITER
LOS ANGELES - The trophy, the
champagne, the hats, the T-shirts. Even
Bill Russell and Kevin McHale.
Everything was in place at Staples Center
for the Boston Celtics to wrap up their
18th NBA championship.
And then the Lakers shoved everything
back in its boxes and sent all the Celtics in
sight back to their hotels for two more
days.
With an emphatic, historic blowout win
in Game 6 Tuesday night, Los Angeles
earned the right to host the grand finale to
both the NBA season and this scintillating
chapter in the league's most glamorous
rivalry.
Kobe Bryant scored 26 points, Pau
Gasol added 17 points and 13 rebounds,
and the Lakers held Boston to the second
lowest-scoring performance in NBA finals
history in an 89-67 victory, setting up a
winner-take-all Game 7 on Thursday.
Faced with elimination for the first time
in this postseason, the defending champi-
on Lakers didn't flinch. Just look at
Bryant, who still hasn't cracked a smile
during the quest for his fifth title - the
same number as Magic Johnson, and one
behind Michael Jordan.
"We're used to being in must-win situa-
tions," Bryant said. "The way we look at it,
(Game 7) is just a game we've got to win.
... I don't mean to be a buzzkill. I know
what's at stake, but I'm not tripping."
He left that to the Celtics, who fell all
over themselves after falling behind by 22
points in the first half. Boston memorably
eliminated the Lakers in the sixth game of
the 2008 finals with a 39-point blowout -
but this time around, the Celtics lost their
series lead and their starting center in one
disastrous Game 6.


"We didn't get in any rhythm early, and
it affects our chemistry," said Ray Allen,
who scored 19 points. "We each tried to
make the home run play early. As a start-
ing unit, we take responsibility. We have to
do a better job next game."
Ron Artest added 15 points for the
Lakers, who got their backs off the wall
with a dazzling first half and a strong fih-
ish built around defense that held Boston
to 33 percent shooting. Only,Utah's infa-
mous 54-point. performance against
Chicago in 1998 was worse.
. Bryant grabbed 11 rebounds, and Gasol
led the Lakers with nine assists in a
remarkable bounce-back game for Los
Angeles, which dominated from the open-
ing minutes by vacuuming up rebounds -
13 more than Boston - and playing
relentless defense.
"I was very happy," Bryant said after the
defending champions stretched the finals
to the limit for the first time since 2005.
"We did a great job defensively. We kept
them out of the middle, kept them out of
the paint, did a good job on the boards. It
was a solid effort by us."
These rivals have played a Game 7 four
times in their 11 previous finals meetings,
with Boston winning all four. But it hasn't
happened since 1984 - and it hasn't hap-
pened to Bryant, who looks determined to
stake a spot among the NBA's highest cir-
cle of greats.
But while Bryant was a one-man band
for much of the Lakers' three-game stay in
Boston, Los Angeles was a symphony in
Game 6. Gasol was a constant low-post
presence and playmaker after disappearing
for long stretches of the series, while
Artest harnessed his wildly inconsistent
jumper and hit three 3-pointers.
"We want to carry everything we did
tonight to (Game 7), and then I think we'll
See NBA, Page 6A >


Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant pulls down a rebound against Boston Celtics
forward Glen Davis during the first half of Game 6 of the NBA basketball finals
Tuesday in Los Angeles. -AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill


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AP: Top college coaches prefer metal to wood


BY ERIC OLSON
AP SPORTS WRITER

OMAHA, Neb. - If
coaches at the top U.S. col-
lege baseball programs
have their way, the ping of
the aluminum bat will for-
ever remain a part of the
game.
According to an
Associated Press survey of
24 coaches whose programs
have won 1,000 or more
games since 1985, 17 said
they preferred aluminum
and that there was no need
to study the possibility of
going to wood bats.
"I just don't see the alu-
minum bat hindering 'our
game in any way,"
Mississippi State's John
Cohen said. ."In an ideal
world, wood would be
cheap, very cost efficient
and it would be totally


equitable. That can never
happen."
Five coaches said they
like wood better, but all
acknowledged that alu-
minum probably is here to
stay. Florida coach Kevin
O'Sullivan said he had no
opinion on the question and
Arizona State coach Tim
Esmay declined to partici-
pate in the survey as both
teams prepared for the
College World Series,
which begins Saturday
with TCU, Florida St.,
UCLA, Oklahoma, South
Carolina and Clemson also
in the field.
Proponents of metal
argue that all 30J Division
I programs play with the
same thing and there's no
risk of having top programs
playing with better wooden
bats, potentially skewing
the results. They also like


NBA Continued From Page 5A


be in a very good place to
win," Gasol said. "'When
you bring the intensity we
did tonight, good things are
going to happen."
With first lady Michelle
Obama watching from a
luxury box, the Lakers
were on their best behavior
- and the Celtics respond-.
ed terribly to the chance to
clinch a title.
Paul Pierce scored 13
points and Kevin Garnett
added 12, but the Celtics"
offense was a jumbled,
stand-around mess. Rajon
Rondo, the late-game hero
in Boston's last appearance
in Los Angeles, got off to a
1-for-8 shooting start
before finishing with 10
points and six assists.
"I thought we'd play bet-
ter, obviously," Boston
coach Doc Rivers said. "I
thought we were ready. ...
We .played an individual
game tonight on both ends.
We never gave ourselves an
opportunity offensively,
because we never trusted
each other. Everybody was
out to make their own
place."'
The Celtics, lost starting
center Kendrick Perkins in
the first quarter to a
sprained right knee when
he landed awkwardly under
the hoop, but his absence
couldn't explain the
Lakers' utter domination of
the first half - a 30-13
rebounding edge while
holding Boston to 34 per-
cent shooting and frustrat-
ing Rondo.
"To me, the game is
over," Rondo said. "We
have one game (left). They
have one game. All or noth-
ing. (Game 6) is in the
past."
There hasn't been a win-
ner-take-all finals game
since San Antonio finished,
off. Detroit five years ago,
and Thursday's Game 7
will be the' 17th in NBA
history. The Spurs' victory
over the Pistons was the
first Game 7 since 1994,
when the Houston Rockets
capped a comeback with
two home victories over
the New York Knicks and
their point guard -
Rivers.
"It's really a high-tension
situation'," said Lakers
coach Phil Jackson, a 10-
time champion who has
never coached a Game 7 in
the finals. "Players have
come down to putting a lot
on the line at this particular


Bulldogs
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ground out to second ended
the inning.. ,
Five runs crossed the
plate in the second inning to
Sput the Dawgs up 6-0.
Dustin O'Hearn singled,
and moved to second on a
walk to Godwin. With one
out, Branch singled to score
one, while Elliott followed
with a walk. Rooks hit into
a fielder's choice that got
Godwin out at the plate. A
single by Smith scored two,
with Smith going to second
and another run scoring on
the misplayed ball. . A
ground out ended the
inning.
The Bulldogs picked up
their final run in the fourth
inning. Elliott reached on
an error at first with one
out, and scored on a
dropped fly ball in right
field by Smith. A single by
Bannerman put runners on
the corners, but a strikeout
ended the inning.
The Bulldogs are, sched-
uled to play in the tourna-
ment through Friday.


point. It's not about the
coaching at that point.
They've already got it in
them. It's about who comes
out and provides, the energy
on the floor."
The Lakers improved to
10-1 in the postseason at
Staples Center, while the
Celtics dropped to 3-4 in
closeout playoff games this
season - including 0-3 on
the road., Boston. had; nine
chances to finish a' playoff
series away from home in
the: past three postseasons,
but. has been successful
only once.
NOTES: Los Angeles got
two points and four
rebounds in 16 minutes
from injured C Andrew
Bynum, who spent part of
the second half in the lock-
er room. Jackson said
Bynum asked to come out
after feeling tightness in his
leg, which will require sur-
gery in the offseason ...
Allen hit iwo 3-pointers
after hitting a finals-record
eight in Game 2 in Los
Angeles. He didn't make a
3-pointer during the last
three games in Boston.


the scoring boost and say a
$300 aluminum bat can last
an entire 56-game season,
while $100 wooden bats
can break at any time.
Still, wooden bats have
appeal. They allow the
game to be played as it was
intended, the argument
goes, with the hit-and-run,
base stealing and bunting all
emphasized. Plus, college
players would in theory be
better prepared to move to
professional baseball.
Earlier this year,
Division II commissioners
began studying the possi-
bility of going to wood,
perhaps as soon as 2012.
Ty Halpin, the NCAA
associate director of play-
ing rules administration,
said Division II made the
move in part to address
length-of-game concerns.
Aluminum-bat games gen-
erally take longer because
there,is more offense.
The length of games also
is a concern in Division I.
The NCAA does not track
the time of games in the
regular season. But in
1973, the year before alu-
minum bats, the average


College World Series game
lasted 2 hours, 19 minutes.
Last year, the average was
a record 3:38, with four
games stretching longer
than 4 hours, and since
1996, the average CWS
game has been under 3
hours just once.
Aluminum bats were
seen as a cost-saving alter-
native to wood when they
were introduced at the col-
lege level in 1974, and the
extra offense they produced
added excitement to the
games.
Advances in technology
and design in the 1980s and
'90s fueled an arms race of
sorts where companies
tried to make the liveliest
bat.
The result: an integrity-
of-the-game crisis that
peaked in the 1998 College
World Series, when there
were q record 62 home runs
in 14 games. Southern
California's 21-14 champi-
onship-game win over
Arizona State, which fea-
tured seven home runs and
39 hits, was a tumirig point.
The NCAA began taking
steps to tone down alu-


minum bats and make them
perform more like wood, a
process that continues 12
years later. In 2011, a new
standard will be imple-
mented to bring the per-
formance of metal bats
closer to that of wood.
Previous bat testing
emphasized the speed with
which a ball exited the' bat,
but there were discrepan-
cies with different lengths
of bats. Researchers for the
NCAA believe the new for-
mula will offer a more
direct measure, using
wood-bat performance as
the baseline.
Renewed calls for wood
came up last year when it
was discovered that some
composite-barreled bats
had been tampered with to
circumvent NCAA bat
standards. Composite bar-
rels - which contairr vary-
ing amounts of graphite,
fiberglass and resilient
plastic - were banned for
2010 but will be allowed in
2011 if they meet the new
standards. .
Wood, of course,
remains legal at all levels
of college baseball. Just


don't count on ever seeing
it in Division I, where bat
makers' have long-stand-
ing relationships with the
top programs.
'Manufacturers such as
Louisville Slugger and
Easton provide free bats
and other gear to elite pro-
grams and pay coaches -
sometimes six figures -
for agreeing to use their
products.
Paul Mainieri, coach of
2009 national champion
LSU, has a clause in his
contract that calls for him
to receive $150,000 a year
from the school's athletic
booster club and equip-
ment deals. His contract
does not break down how
much of that money comes
from Easton, the Tigers'
bat supplier.
Asked about the bat
issue, Mainieri said only
that he prefers aluminum.
"He is concerned about
saying anything that might
affect his relationship with
his bat company," LSU
baseball, spokesman' Bill
Franques wrote .in an e-
mail to The Associated
Press.


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Answer to Previous Puzzle


10'lvy League
school
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15 Needle end
17 Life-size ex-
'hibits
19 Skimpy
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sound
22 Cartoon
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25 Bellows
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HOROSCOPE
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
When dealing with others, espe-
cially if you are acting in a super-
visory role, try not to come on too
strong or be too demanding.
Speak softy, especially if your job
requires you to carry a big stick.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
In situations where you usually
choose your words carefully, in
order to restrain yourself from
being too critical, your tongue
could instead unleash itself and
put others in their place. Take
care.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
Assertiveness has its place, but
not to .the point of being overly
rude or aggressive. Make sure
that your behavior isn't too "I"-
oriented, or it could cause others
to think you're just plain selfish.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
Let your thinking stand on its own
two feet, and allow your listeners
to decide for themselves if you
are right or wrong. Trying to
impose your ideas on others will
meet with rejection.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct. 23) - If
you have to deal with someone
whom you've never forgiven for a
past matter, be sure not to let the
issue ignite itself all over again.
More importantly, don't let it influ-
ence your dealings.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)-
Expecting others to feel the same
as you do about something that
has you quite enthusiastic is ask-
ing far too much of them. It isn't
likely they'll be operating on your
wavelength.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) - Challenges could arouse
your stronger qualities and cause
you to want to compete in areas
where you formerly merely com-
plied. Use your knowledge and go
for it.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) - You're one who rarely
takes a chance because you make
sure of what's up before getting
into anything. Yet today you could
be looking for a bit more excite-
ment and do just the opposite.
* AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
- There's a situation that you feel
needs to be rectified and mustn't
be allowed to drift any longer.
You're more than likely to finally
find the gumption to do some-
thing about it.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- No matter how energetic you
are or how independent you, feel,
it behooves you to work coopera-
tively with your contemporaries
today. It'll be team effort that
offers the greatest possibilities for
success.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) -
Your focus, stamina and industri-
ousness are all at high points at
this time, giving you all that you
need to accomplish whatever you
choose to do. Select something
important that needs tending.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20)-
If you don't have any social plans
on the calendar, it behooves you
to make some. You could use a
change that can only be effected
by doing something fun. and
undemanding.
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Feature Syndicate, Inc.


Move on with life

Dear Annie: I have not had atreal relation- way with the slings and arrows of life. Please
ship with my 42-year-old daughter for years. ask Susan if she will come with you for family
"Susan" claims I was never supportive, and counseling. It could help all of you have a more
that no matter what she did, I was never proud positive relationship. If she won't go, counsel-
of her. She says I always put her down. I told ing can still help you come to terms with the
her I tried to do my best bringing her up, but situation and move on with your life.
that isn't enough for her. I don't know what she Dean Annie: My daughter lives with her
wants from me. Susan has a 14-year-old son fiance in Mexico, and they plan to marry soon.
and is married for the second time. Her We would like to have the wedding here, but
first husband was her childhood sweet- unfortunately, her fiance cannot legally
heart. When we were on the outs eight cme into this country and may not be
years ago and she didn't let me con- s able to for several years.
tact my grandson, I e-mailed my ex- She has always dreamed of a big wed-
son-in-law to ask him to please tell ding with white dress, with her sister
my grandson that we love him. When and mother helping with the preparations
Susan found out I e-mailed the ex-husband, and a festive party with music and danc-
she went crazy. She said we are not allowed ing. But all her friends and family live in
to keep in touch with her ex - that as part of the Northeast.
a divorce, you also divorce your in-laws. Her mother and I will pay for a wedding in
We had a fight a couple of months ago, and Mexico. Should I advise her to simply invite
now, once again, I am. not allowed to get in everyone, knowing that only the immediate
touch with my grandson. I admit some of. the family and a few close friends will attend, or do
things she accuses me of may be true, but I I tell her to have a small wedding in Mexico
would not deliberately hurt her. I told her no. and a big reception when she returns to the
one is perfect. We both agree too much has United States? - Questioning in New York
been said on both sides to move forward, but I Dear N.Y.: If your daughter and her fiance
can't seem to let go. I move around in a daze will be returning to the Northeast within a year
and have lost my appetite. My husband keeps of their marriage, save the big reception for
everything in, but I know he is hurting, too. their homecoming. If, however, they are likely
How do I get on with my life? I am 68 years to stay in Mexico longer, have the festivities
old and want to enjoy the years I have left. - there. You'd be surprised how many guests will
Arizona consider attending a destination wedding.
Dear Arizona: Some children are more sen- Those who don't make it to Mexico can be
sitive to slights than others, and a few, like invited to a casual get-together at a later date.
Susan, find it difficult to deal in a productive COPYRIGHT 2010 CREATORS.COM


BRIDGE


Billy Wilder said, "An actor entering through the door, you've
got nothing. But if he enters through the window, you've got a sit-
uation." In this deal, concentrate on your hand entries-to avoid an
unfortunate situation.
Against three no-trump, West leads the spade five. How
should South continue? For bonus points, if North were the
declarer, what lead from East could defeat the contract?
When South balances with two clubs, North might jump
immediately to three no-trump. But the two-spade cue-bid is bet-
ter because no-trump would play better from the South side if he
had, say, queen-doubleton.
Declarer should realize that he needs at least five club tricks.
How, though, can South get into his hand after the suit is estab-
lished? West must have the diamond ace over declarer's king.
There is a late entry available in spades, but only if South takes
the first trick with dummy's spade ace. Declarer should then lead
the club king, overtake it with his ace, and drive out the club
queen. Let's assume East shifts to a diamond, West taking two
tricks in the suit before leading the heart jack.
South puts in dummy's queen and plays a spade to generate
that hand entry. He takes two spades, two hearts and five clubs
for his contract.
If East leads a low diamond, It could be a different story, West
taking two tricks in the suit and shifting to a club. The defenders
could take one spade, three diamonds and one club.
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Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
Each letter in the cipher stands for another.
Today's clue: F equals N
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24' speed girls bike, Bassinet by GRACO Corcho vent free gas Janitrol 48K Sears XCargo
never used $80 239- light/vibe mobile heater (propane) BTU Heat Pump car top carrier.
272-8236 creamcolor $40. 16,500 BTU $100 (4 tons)$500 $90.
(850)482-5010___ 850-482-1085 ' 850-482-1085 850-579-2618
25" Magnavox TV- No
convertor necessary Bassinet, folds for Couch & love seat Kitchen Table DK Sewing'Machine
$35, (850)592-2507 storage, white w/ Black w/gold trim Wood- 2 CHAIRS $65 $25
blue print skirt $25 $200 850-482-1085 (850)592-2507 850-579-2618
28" hollow cored 850-526-3426 large birdcage SOLID OAK- 5 DRAW-
olR- Wood 25 Beautiful Persian DRAFTING MACHINE w/toys 30"tall $20 ER DRESSER TALL
(850)592-2507 Rug, 8x11, $150 850- HEAD- VEMCO V 850-526-3426 OBO $250 (850)592-
3 Brass &Glass 592-3261 TRACK $65 _ gt-_2507 -
tables $85B- (850)592-2507 Lift gate- tommylift
9s -18 Beer sign, Anheuser T 25lift gate fortruck - SOLID OAK- 8 DRAW-
850-579-2618 Busch new in box, Dressing Bench- works well $300 ER DRESSER
3 Brass & Glass $55 OBO 850-592'-' Light Oak $45 (850)593-6856 w/mirror $250'
tables Gl 9227 r 557-2394 (850)592-2507 Living room Chair (850)592-2507
$85 Blue baby afghan Fisher woodburning $20, Antique Couch . SOLID OAK KING
850-579-2618 crochet w/fringe $20 stoVe $400 $50, Coffee tables HEADBOARD, W/
3PC Luggage Set- 850-482-3853 850-482-1085 $15/ea 850-605-6239 MIRROR, MATTRESS
3PC Luggage Set- _ Stove/Fireplace $400, (850)592-2507
BLUE CANVAS BOATOBUILDING $& Fish Finder- Hum- insert w/blower$500 Square 5' x 5' w/leaf
W/Wheels $25 FICTION BOOKS $3-5 mingbird Matrix 12. 850-482-1085 solid wood counter .
(850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 Like new $100. height dining table,
3' WHITE XMAS BONSAI POTS- MANY (850)482-2202 Matching crib, mat- $125 850-557-1394
TREE-,OLD BUT NICE SIZES $3 FRIGIDARE tress, changing table, Steel shop cabinets
$5 (850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 COMPACT- & cradle. Gently used w/hasps, 27" tall
4 Michelan, 1 good- CANVAS REFRIGATOR. 3.1 CF $200 850-482-7507 $20/ea 850-526-3426
year tires/wheels, INFLATABLE- BOAT $100 (850)592-2507 MICROSUEDE CHAIR- Sunstem X Econogro-
like new, 235/75R15 COVER $20 FRYE CLOGS- NEW BUTTERSCOTCH system w/ reflector
$200 850-482-8606 (850)592-2507 _ SIZE 8, $40 COLOR $100 & Bulb. Like New.
4 Michelin Tires. Casual Chandelier, (850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 $100 (850)482-2202
245x70xR17. Load glass & wood, $50 Hand gun; Ruger LCP Older chest of draw- Temporary Power
range E. Good condi- 850-526-4237 380 pistol as new ers w/bowed front, Pole, $325,
tion. $100 OBO. ceiling Fan, ,ew in condition $300 850- solid wood $55 850- 850-482-5951
(850)592-8676 _ box $50 Bookcase 593-6856 526-3426 Weed Eater-Troybuilt
55 yds of carpet pad- $25, 850-526-4237 HARDWOOD ROUGH ORCHID POTS- MANY 4 cycle trimmer with
ding w/2 Ig pc. gray CINDER BLOCKS- SAWN - RANDOM SIZES $3EA chainsaw $150. 850-
dngw Ighca.et y CINDER BLOCKS- SIZES .50-$1 (850)592-2507 593-6856
plush carpet, $175 30PCS 5 1/2's .50EA FT(850)592-2507 PT LUMBER- CUT Wheelchair, $45
850-482-8606 (850)592-2507 - PT LUMBER- CUT Wheelchair, $45
__0-482-86 - -)-9225- Head board wood OFFS 6x6x4,4x4-4x6 Desk chair $25.
56" sofa $75 850-482- CLAY FLOWER POTS- twin size. $15 ALL Exerciser $20
8347 MANY $2EA $20.850-573- (850)592-2507 850-482-8347
8" CHIMNEY CAP- (850)592-2507 6296/482-3853 Sears XCargo Wooden Baby crib w/
SCREENED, $7 Clothes girls infant - Home Meat Slicer car top carrier, mattress, great con-
(850)592-2507 18 mo. 25� - $1. ea. $15 $90. edition, $100. 850-573-
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(21d2r 85 0- tl Sailboat '76-Catali na towels, etc.) $60K.' Toyota 4WD '95 SR5 Cadillac '91 Broug- Lincoln '07 MKZ, Toyota Camry '07
Houses Unfurnished 9228/643-8312 30', 2 cyl. Yarmar die- Dutchmen 40 ft. 334-790-3480. Exc. Cond. Very relia - ham D'elegance Light tan w/beige in- Solara V-6 sport con-
sel eng., Very low hrs Travel Trailer '06 , ble vehicle. Dk. Green Collectors rare fine terror, leather heated vertible 48K mi. 6 yr.
2BR/BA, stove ref Suzuki '08 Quad 400 less than 250. Roller 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8 $6500 334-671-1162 113K miles, driven seats, ABS, side 100K mi. bumper to
Quiet safeneighbor 4Wheeler w/several furling bimin head 2 Slideouts Loaded . or 334-701-2548 daily, absolutely DODGEe 09Dodge airbags, 37k mi, NA- bumper warr., new
ood, $500 + de extras. $3500 850- micro, fridge. Good perfect, $5500. 00 . challenger Garage DA $21,175 sell for tires $15,000. Firm
50 or - 209-1622/850-698- cond. Docked @ Snug Like new.$20,500. Aviation 72or Kept, 5.7Liter, Hemi. $17,900 850-814-0155 34-588-020 or
1301. 9387 Harbor slip B-6. 334- 334-406-4555 850-260-2625 Blue w/20 inch Facto- Lincoln 2001 Town --15 O
1301. 673-0330 REDUCED ry chrome wheek.6 Volkswagen '06 Bee-
3 BR1 BArHouse B o sate rDU0E R-VISION '06 Trail es d ry roman s els.rncar, executive silver, olkswtgen 'K6
3BRBAsose, r S 0 _______ le 38B-L, ael 8,600 4-wsped manual. A, 87Kexc. cond.6 tie, auto, diesel, 42K
4540 Davis Street f re. 26 f.. F ulu Eye Catcher selling packed player, xm miles, 40MPG, load-
Marianna. Kitchen 15''-91 Tri-Hull aDbSnu Li-emee.$g0500 Ait i - o buyt 5.7' 12.500 radio. $7,900 . ed. $16,000.334-897-

r Pets ing,50#fdot trollit ng Flagstaff I0 , mi 25 by Gull Stream 9 Mooney 1962 M20C Cadillac '9 DeVilie aero'r. ABS. &c. Beete Sie
Leave Messag seats, galv. trailer raf 20 sleeps 6 adults, a/c, Immaculate cond. Total Time: Engine & White, A must See! alarm, am/, Duck- $2700 34 718-2223
Leave Message 334-798-9803 Cente , C e stove Bath/shower loaded w/options Airframe 1949 IFR New tires, 78K miles cruiservrairbag, Volvo 02 V70
Fr00EUE ga r mstse!cms CR.xeln0 chrui he.sererairbag,P ; Pecutives r Volowage '02 leae
4/2 house at2844 1978 Quachital 16' motr & trer.VI '0 Traspedmanal _A 87,xc__od.6 te, autodiesel,42K
4/2 house at 2844 1978 Quachita 16' motor & trailer, 95 screen room, NADA with '07 Jeep. Dothan trouble-free flying. 334-793-7663 passenger airbag, PL, aum PI Ferrari Black wmgray leather,i
Calloway St.$800 & 1990 40HP Evinrude .225HP Johnson Mtr, $8000+ sell $5000 $58,500 334-803-3397 334347548n PS $32,200 8 GT er 70k miles, very nice
2/2 furn. apt $800. outboard, galvanized Dual Axle Tr. w/ 334-718-6825 34)6358 . IA economy car, only
Call 850-718-6541 trailer, trolling brakes,wh., runs ----Scenic Cruiser 37 ft. -M,4 1one owner, $8000.
Req . NoPs motor, depth finder, well, very clean, Mallard '06 30ft, fully byGulf Stream 99' Aureo bie . 334-. 71.20 Call 334-494-3627
Mobile Homes VHF radio, Exc. Cond. Great cond. $5,900. self contained, super Immaculate cond. :- Ws orA e -r V olvo'08 C70 Hard-
for Rent $2500. firm 334-791-4891. slide. $9,000. 334- loaded w/ options Ford 500 06' IFmnted - - -- i t Mazda 20 00626 topConve0tib le.T5
Call 334-406-3825 Columbia, AL 687-4503 must see!! comes lerat her xIaI t c co or. Package. Lightiblue.
Screenyroom, NADA with '07 Jeep. Dothan 315truKbmle- i. e4-79 -7m056611Bla19K wmi $29,500
2/1.5 Lo . r i Seado R\P '05s et Sabre by Palamino $58,500 334-803-3397 cor. $13,99. 334. Ch.rle 08 , bu Dodge'99 Stratus, 34-89 -3j48 334-791-2338
Snea .: a m$ o t Ski. F., hre.. very '08,328 ft 5th wheel 699-6779 LT, Maroon with gray Automatic, 4 cyl., -
850-57 i303:i .,.. - .. cl-jn. lIe jacket & camper, 3 slides, TIOGA '04 Motor interior 4 cylinder loaded, only 65,000 VW 05'Salsa red
850- cover incl. $5500 850- many extras, clean, Hme 24ft w/slideout MECURY LATE '70's eror, miles. Excellent Mercedes 73 450 SL Beetle B
2/ MobileHomes V r o527 44$5 sacrifice @ $29k 850- 7293 miles 4KW Onan 85HP w/power trim XM radio, CD, onstar, Ec l_-e. oer - L Boevet e aug
4 fr4Ret4 $2500. f- $, 0- loade$4100d334-790-7959 Condartiba Convertable . To
,$400-4 arrStratos'99 273 593-5675 Gen., very clean cables/ wiring, new sunroof, 15,000 miles. (hard/soft top) Leather5,K mi.
sewer gar . 1 ,bass $31,000334-687-9663 ears&waterpump $16,500.334-797-0987 Ford'01FocusZX3. $12,000 OBO904-368- $13,700. 334-671-1519
Johsoab(.otreyPaamnChevy 0'8 Impalatan brand new tires.,
lpond 5 B a re RVs/Camper Mercedes 82' 380S r 68,200K mi. 1 93800 m. $3,900. Mercury 06 Grnd Classics Antique
+ de. water/sewer/ Engine w/ trim, i 03 Gulfstream ultra W anted 93Kmi.H/S tops owner, good cond. Located at Fort Marquis GS loaded,
awnmint inc trolling motor, new touring series, class -k brown $7,500. 850-526-5832 Rucker. Call Emily at leather seats, new Buick 1971 Sk lard
850-209-3970 carpet, 2 swivel/ C motorhome, lk, 5th '06 Fleetwood 2- an to, C, up r 850-209-0202 (207)939-1879. tires, very ocean ex- yellow with wite
2&3BR MH C'dale. oig fing 2 slid o a slides, with 07' graded sound system, Chevy '08 Impala, Ford '04 Crown Victo- 850-482-8416 $129 to au,3500, 81K
20&upH2O/gab/. scasew rmin- 3 8,140 Silverado 250 work car cover & top stor- LIKE NEW! ia LX, loaded,55K N
t.ruck as package age rack, clean, well $200 downw, $59prmilesodrivespliketa
sewer .crI. http:// billr "9 2-c3rni3. 34 - maintained w/ re- Sm 1 . a llWRn -ll7- ird0 Fcs l 3i n SE, OhiteOl9K4-368 $ 33-7111
living corn. 850-258- a . 470-8454 cords. $14,200.334- 334 -714-0028 . 231-6363 EXC. Con. $7500 Motorcycles
4868/209-8847 2000Bayliner Trophy Cr c rordo Cu.chme n Keystone Couar 01 792-9789 p FIRM. Seeg ms148
3/2 in C'dale, no crsr Esort Sugar Sand 206 ,or Hoe. 23' 5th wh. 28 ft. s lide-r MERCEDES '97 E 320. Ford 2 000 Expedition Sp3rg n a '0 4 Sportster 883
+ in water/sew er/ En iner,'0 31longu2700mi, Take out, CH&A, micro- 117K actual ops o o Bnck. Thicrtd aRt 3o34-774-6 Low Mi. Bags, wind-
pets CH/A $425 850- trailer, depth finder ft, Mirage SAFE NO over payments.850- TV /fm cd Silver/Beige e: $0 C4 339I3 atter satorans, ex d.2 $0 0a
859 message anGPSA aite PROP, LOWMAINTE 593-51030 radio $10,000. see at lent condition $6.500 $4, 393 Roadster auto trans, exc. cond. at, $5500 OBO,
MerttMill Pond great shape and Ig. sundeck, storage, Dutchman '07,28' Alabama Wildwood 334-687-3189 Chevy '76 impala, 350 white, 18,755K mi.1 334-585-5396
many extras $60 + ready to take out walk-through trans- travel trailer. King sz camp d " in t e small block wall owner $22,500. 334-
e8 63 22 now. $17,500. omnonskid swim slide ouBR, hea t & DalevlIe334-598- Automobiles new parts, block 793022
ep, 387 22 337794-0609 platform, MercOpti air, private bath, exc. 4695 or 334-791-8363 for Sale bored 60 over, new Nissan '05 Altim, 2.5
Clean 1/1 no smok- Max 250 HP V6 trail- condition sleep 5-6 REDUCED Montana flow master exhaust s, 5 speed, 32k mi.
lea sn $ e3 +s $0 2002e ter auiler, co ver, NICE! no smoke/no pets, 1 '05 5th wheel, 4. 02 Mitsubishi eclipse, ev.erythin (plugse; $10,900 85-8-29k
l ease$ 002+$3 0X 0trai , 2or 271 r4 , ,H995. d y a rsetes. e ' m - ' Blak. harOevery334-774-6ugs, $L0,900850-D42-E2994
dep 8509 I k718-8158 bea $ A149. oawR d a er slidesIkingbed, spy 50er, forest green, wires etc. )$3500
bo. thr caa, t n guo odae 8 5 half. $17,900m . $0k 2exc. cond.,i $28,0000 s GT convertioble, 78K, 8 Ford ' T-nrd a o, ilan e ' tman, e.HD Dan Wi Od
Mertts MiiPndg cond., $5500. Callean9TSM 2997 Dut Creek Rd, 2 5a W0 3 - 18 850-209-7051 For Nissan 107 Altima, 06 HD Dyna Wide
C'dale, $425 great4shape.520hr BrsA813-245-1298 RIVER CANYON05 r33- ing. 69K mile. K6.995 roof, Alloy Wheels, Like new. customs.
Slge Mu 1 wel - o, mss - r --les , Rr nir, XM, Chevy 6 Crt. , 24K. Asking 51r Push23,900 down, $249 mo. Call good cond., 9000.4-
Mobile H850-352-2090 2008 Fisher 1754, 000 334-796- eo dr'0 onaco 3 $10500. Call 334-685- red, auto, mrrored othan 321-482-7268 Ron Ellis 714-0028 Call 337-347-6023 or
hp mercury, 4 3424. RE DUCED! 3-id ploaded CH&A very nice, queen bed,ps, 52K mi. new ,5 3 334-447-1914i
n Parks tr guideslides 400 hp Cum- tires, calipers, brakesHyunda'03 Tiburon -Pontiac07 Sotise
y, n s, 1 y r 0 m R Trition 2009 Explorer mins, no shoes, no 05 Monte Carlo LS, & shocks. Garage GT V6,'06 spd manual, seadotia 07 G6 007 50Suznn
Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR To much boat for me! petgas, 900no smoking, 850-509-146 auto runs and kept. $14,500. OBO 1 owner. Load- Low102k miles, verbiage, SUPER $16999 HD Fat Boy on



MH'sp Lot rent inc odmh$5 Make offer. 14,300 mi, see at Ca"- cydC $28, looks great, a must 334-596-23760970 17" alloy wheels, Auto 334-671-7720 and black, 9k miles,
For deta 850-557 334-983-1502 or erns State Park. 813- e. Like ne. OBO . vinyls, and bo. dy kit. oSHAr Sunroof $334714 2700 9k, area t for cruising,re




3432/850 814 m6515 478-731-0194 294-1878 Call 334-475-00845 Sebng, $5,500. 334790-6146. Pontiac G-6 GT 07' $4500.334-791-2277.
2 Person Kayak Vikin Airboat 14. Monoco Knight '06, arSeeke 2004 lue RX8 e, great condition. Hyundai '05 Elantra con black 24Kmi. all 2009 Yamah R
et w/clearview bottom mde w/a 300HP Save $25K or more. 4 doors, n 2100. 334-405-3130 Great condition.63K leather loaded gar only 1,150 miles.
Ma offer trie .1430$15,a5400 0.BO 334- emi,maeey ad0 ves y nice, 5eknbedmisrt Cor-tte-2'7Coner- amloes , great ml, pt.4$17,500. 080 58bog kewbrel


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roecr $t89r 5 685-3208 ,700.850866- CondSaePak $6000.334C7979290 Toyota 02'ernSilver, ange0l atwo.i
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II | w Watkiuns '7927 ft - JEEP 1949 CJ2A Rachel or Jay Bose sound sytseim. HYUNDAI 08' Sonlat PRIUS, exc. cond. Also have small Joe
97' Crest 18ft. Pn- 10' beam, 3'8"draft, Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 WILLYS JEEP OFF 3343939959 58K mi. Black w/ Limited, loaded, 22200Km.334899- Rocket jacket and
C roaloe custod rirgespuns' liverGreell 34898dit ON.Aone .*3K-',5. 0D So egrah 34e-7,9rel



toon 00' Johnson 3500 ballace, 8HP slide-outs, 15K mi. ROAD USE ONLY35 black lhr. low miles, Cha- 4545womans medium
il H 70hp o--00Trailerlooks YanmoGrr. $8,500.334- , g 350 CAT diesl, SW MPoR i $1er 55 al1.m 334-8 -reaorvt 9-3739 piagnrore powhe 3348-765ol Toota E Prius 43K S nl m tor

,500.3 5860 897-2167/733-0020 Allieon 6s 7 diesel s tie , 714-8162, Great buy! mif , ligo 1-2276146
BaHsassxC atthreagent Cat2a9rp 14,0 m0ic4e3ke , O Nw o gaFst 5r '02XeLlorad2 $14,ee 2 500. 334-6-4902 9 ldack nge kai


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wYAMAHA car. Garage stored LAS (iv s ed, all power, sun- enable warranty, CRF70 Excellent
2 Pern y Waverunner XL800. 3 Many other options. CLACS chevy B1 El Camin o. ve nseas is roof. air & heated new tires asking condition $970.
atchinae s-eater low hrs. gale $1b0.000 has iti n 350 Erngine. 5m00 c5ib . OB seats. very clean l56.90. OBO 3n34-798-2337
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or. MOffet ,:C11 231 Text. swim platform. - for $2200 or trade
s-iuth. Rehobeth. less than 60 hrs. on for an RV Travel
South ile stunner. engine5$14.800 OBO Trailer,' 5th wreel
Linique 4 3.5 home 334.699.7070 '99-'04 with slide and
over 3000sf. newly pay difference. 850
renovated. 2 master Cobia Center console 482-5631 557-7332
suites withn granite. 8' t'" w 90hp Honda
stocked ponds or .4 4 stroke & galv.
acres, gas fireplace. trailer. $4200 .
2 car garage & 2 car 334.79 .474 . .
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;nfoc. 334-791-9441 40hp M.larner motor. IA
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i/cfa ctor. Custom DM1 ulldozing IHomel improvement Recycling Power W Self Storage
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top, 35hp, runs great! 26 FKeystone Travel A'rI.[]G |Ho Aluminum Cans -METAL
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S334-596-5032 in Irortr twin bunks * Grader Pan LIFE:IllE * Aluminum Scrap Clea ig ROoImNG INC
__^ ^ c~mp garage^ Trailer. sleepsting . Dbi.s * ^ "^Radiators -C ai R
in back. ACDC gas * E\ia'iihr CAB-NETS R r. -Call Debra '-,Si8
209 Veritas CROWNLINE'07,210 Frilg.. AC as eaer. . Dump ruck . * Old Batteries. etc. �ll -lree ,ld/R,),l.
2711 sq.ft. +/- Bowrider w/wake Fuump loadedr$6995. BdII 1,,4, All rt,,, r ! II -ree .P -
cust. built 3/2.5 board tower. 350mag Call 334-790-5628 Bullldollr nEstimates
ranite/hrdwd. 300hp, like new, or 334 828-1325 Olid To New. As , i)s30,- i ease i * i iri - fir1
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DYNA TRAK 152ft. 5nrth eg W . � 36 B t Du-riA RKmTS.al K vanit.es /ri.s
fiberglass boat Al ae y' Kitchen De sign (5) 4, .850-526-2336 .

70/ac @$1600/ac Class 2, with 115 � Ldming Qualiro ibinerr iHomeAmprovement
Mature Pine & Mercury outboard Ip s il ill Dirl nd 8 _h is prAoud to be in HOME REPAIR
Hardwoods, Larg : motor with trailer, 2 Hor a partEAnership with BY AN
Clear Creek, Road fish finders, trolling - Grael rRln, a partnership with BY
Frontage, motor, access ladder, , Land learningg Jan ll GrnI Yahoo Hot J obsKS
Call owner Bemini, AM/FM ra- Jame Yaho Hot jo "Beautifiation
850-509-8817 �dio, on board char ge, Crig (r-oeW S Ba ft PuigL
850-50988 _ clover, very well kept Crriage am 3. SiCce 1960 iic I .. tns. i.Sle... List Your oYour.Home"
inder shelter.
VacationPropertiej $14,000. 334-685-73195.5 K G 'ner ttlr. . N Tile Recruitment Ad (.irpmntr 'Painting.5 9368
h:,d.-d,. n-,e. no .Nalural Siont Inmallation, l (850) 593-6458
Land ForSale2.2Ac Fisher'06Crappie,. E-p C ,no. Call 850-526.2346 ,"~es Today! $nS R pir (850)693-1360
with paved frontage Special. Has Mercury o20 -34 144 850-52ti6N367 IruaAt ttrl t-r D
in go oro hrs.onmtor. ng Coachman04' r Irt Sales & Installaton Home Improvement Il InsuredNL,. Jr.i Don't u-ste
1.5 Mi. from Cool hrs.on.mtr.Trfiling na lite 29ft. 7ft. pow- insuredl"Pyooretiye.
Branch Lake Park motorfish finder er slide out 18ft. Auto&Cycle Put over 30 yrs.Use Mine!
Great Hunting! live wells w/trailer ieo . Services Experience to A HOME
P fo Big p$8,200. 334691 4211 AC&Heating or f U EAP O ME
er Park! $197,500 Glass Stream 00' Hy- or 334-701-7832 Contractors awork r OU 25 YeAR peenceImprovementif
f;rar ce229-942-048.s Evnrude.2 fish ,find- JIf",if-..,,;.S., ,, I 25 Y O Roof
fr-. tilt trim. 2h1-vc, - C M OT--I,-,.... . . . ,. Floor To Roof -
rene*r,":rdBig Or Small Jobs _c_ Ad,
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A C SERVICE Nion-Fri 9-4:30 Sam e ay NO JOBS TOO SMALL
&ACOACHMENll 5A'00Thurs: 9-Noon Eergency Service For Hire Paiimut
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$1750u., M5 K2900 Borden St. E ikh i@vor ou i~rh... Hour Day R"OnM&rB120wao1 bet
ATV. lo:-imba 09 Outback 1241 1850ji4824594 I *Cabinets/ or WeekM . 8
Less than 50 hrs.Countertops LC ....R2.2. Hmmr
003 Club Car Cus- Speaker tower. FM/ Bulldozing ertops (850) 557-6733 o
tomized Golf Cart For AM CD player. Exc. -sl I;80-5 -188
ale Red exterior Cond. Tralerhas r1E0DTO Shores iP L
with red and white brakes. $28,900 ~ ,.e' 11K Afl aPOLE
weather seats. Rear 334-618-3415 PLAC CE lec . Cabinet * Cerami c Tile
eats fold down. PrLCraft 95' 20 ft. Ld Clearing, Inc. Shop, LL I BARN I vanities/Sinks
36301 (334)791-7180 ProCraft95'20ft. AN AD? ArHA, FLt
6380.01 (3471 Tournahient Bass Conquest 05' 29ft.ANADALTHAL
2,800.00 Boat95 Johnson 115 sleeps 8, lots of ex- 850629402 Specializing In Own * Counter TOPS
/1 side door & dbl loaded $4,800. 334- nance 334-798-4462 Built Cabinets , US I N
oors in back $1900 797-8232 Warranty cl one ourfriendl & countertop ARIANNA ca a y
e228/643-8312 Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. FLEETWOOD 's05 wLANhfd rere, ea.M&N, Replacement. ertp I' d
2 Center counsel; 225 Prowler AX6, 5th wh,.iA As Awv mRa
Kawasaki KX80 Dirt Johnson outboard. 36ft, 4 slides, largII and the)N will be SCI /Cr"M IOa Licensed Homebuilder 6 U/C. yA erCed
ike, tuned, really $4500. in electronics, shower, 30/50AM. 20 YEARS W~E. Call (850) 579-4428 1 Mestn.026- sured
ast, Good Cond., Sale $7,000. 334-235- $34,000 7 s 3346 95- glad to assist ywou. Donnie Shores, Sr.bd 3 - 850116-
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otorcces MotorcyclesrMot'orcyclesrc'e s o "Ulty Vehicles]| Trucks-Heavy'Duty y !uDuty Legal [Notices L l Legal Notices Lega Notices
Ford' 081EdgeILimited 2006 Jeep Wrangler . OR AGAINST on the 1st day of Ju- MORTGAGE, LLC; TEENTH Judicial Cir-
" * ard'08 Edge Limited 20 Jees sWanl0e DEFENDANT(S); UN- ly, 2010, the following are the Defendants, I cuit in and for 4ACK-
$26t,50o0334-791238. alsee-9$15900.#2; fal Judgment: for cash at NORTH WIDE HOME LOANS,
$26,500.334-791-2338 Call334-393-2259 DOOR JACKSON INC, is the Plaintiff
Ford'87 Bronco 95 F-150, Eddie Defendant (s). COMMENCE AT A COUNTY COURT- and BONNIT R. BAI-
2BdoorDark Bower PKG, no rust GMC CONCRETE MONU- HOUSE, MARIANNA, LEY; JACKSON COUN-
FATBOY'93, Harley Sportster 06' Suzuki '08 GSX R600 2-door Dark Blue, Bower PKG, no , GMC '05 SIERRA, CONCRETE MONU- HOUSE, MARIANNA, LEY; JACKSON COUN-
28K actual miles, Orage 1200R, Vance 350 Mi Bought new Runs good, Good runs great, blue, 2500HD, 139K miles, NOTICE OF SALE MENT MARKING THE FLORIDA at 11:00AM, TY; are the Defend-
customized out of & Hines Short Shots, Garaged Divorce Condition $4500. $3950. OBO Call black, 4wd, SLT pack- SOUTHEAST CORNER on the 1st day of Ju- ants, I will sell to the
cuEasy Rideroutof braidedd ines hort, 8,900 pending. Must Sell 334-7921208 334-475-0084 age, 4 door. $20,000. Notice is hereby giv- OF THE NORTHEAST ly, 2010 the following highest and best bid-
Easy Rider, all branded lines, 8,900 pending. Must Sell 850-258-7758 n that. pursuant to 1/4 OF THE SOUTH- described property der for cash , at
chrome-up. 55 cr 7.0. 79-8037 $6.150 OBO Man & GMC 00 Jimmy. .Finl Summary EAST 1/4 OF SECTION as set forth in said Fi- NORTH DOOR JACK-
screaming eagie HD'97.Faboy. Pew Woman )act els great cornd.. $4200 Judgment of Foreclo- 26, TOWNSHIP 5 nal Judgment: SON COUNTY
exhaustssi.m c'. Iowerd. E, Helmeti avail for OBO 650-5262491 .ure entered in the NORTH, RANGE 10 COURTHOUSE, MA-
$8,500 334 69s-..g744 ater age B lk m. Etr. 3-4 414-355Jab a for Tom above sidled cause, WEST, JACKSON LOT 26, BLOCK 5 OF RIANNA, FLORIDA at
FZ Suzuki 51) 7 9' ol- rMustsee. $I IV. OBO in e Circuit Court of COUNTY, FLORIDA; SNEADS, FLORIDA, 11:00AM, on the 1st
lectors itemu. cyl. 2 C' ale 850 352-4342 _ .. - - - lacks.on County, Flor- THENCE NORTH 89 LESS AND EXCEPT, day of July 2010, the
lectorsitem.yl.2 ida, I wili sell the DEGREES 25 MI- PROPERTY COM- following described
strokeseconer, n. GMC property ituate in NUTES 17 SECONDS MENCING AT THE property as set forth
orange, e>gc co5nd. GMC 05 Sierra slackscn County, Flor- WEST FOR 1327.58 SOUTHWEST COR- in said Final Judg-
street legal. 34 500. ' 2 ' 2500HD 60K M,. da. described as: FEET; THENCE NER OF LOT 26 OF ment:
774-2773521 after p334 CHEVROLET2007 Good Cond. i18.000 NORTH 88 DEGREES BLOCK 5 OF SNEADS,
7742773 atr Suzuki '08 GZ250 25uOD Lots of e-tras COMMENCE AT THE 06 MINUTES 24 SEC- FLORIDA, THENCE GO THE EAST 1/2 OF LOT
HARLEY Dadon 01 wit ende HONDA '97 Paspor Duranma'Allison 334.798.3578 POINT WHERE THE ONDS WEST FOR EAST 105 FEET TO 4, AND ALL OF LOT 5,
Road King Police. warranty Run Good 1 5K. loaded. new c.mbin tiorn. 39000 EAST LINE OF THE 522.55 FEET; THENCE THE POINT OF BEGIN- OF BLOCK 1, IN THE
16,500 miles. White Honda'05 GL1800 $200. 334- 0 paint. cold air $3000. commuter Hii. SW ' OF SECTION NORTH 00 DEGREES NING, THENCE CON- NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
clean & shop kept GW.Roadsmin Trike OBO. 334-798 1768or Looks ,new, drives BM 36. T5N, R11W, IN- 34 MINUTES 41 SEC- TINUE EAST 105 FEET THE NORTHEAST 1/4
$11.000 3-34-774-3663 Kit.colorsilver. 30th 334691-7111 new. Biackem erior. TERSECTS THE ONDS EAST FOR TO THE SOUTHEAST OF SECTION 36,
H02 LYDAItSnh Ed. CB.Emras. l st 397' Ro0eo Grey interior.a . ___*_ NORTH SIDE OF THE 648.00 FEET TO A CORNER OF SAID LOT TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH,
HARLEY DAVIDSON 38Kmi. 27.500. crimson red w 'raym.CD, RED TOP LANE AND CONCRETE MONU- 26 OF BLOCK 5, RANGE 12 WEST;
o02 Fatboy with lots 334 7930177 in.aum aticn E ran, . cruise..PL. PW. : " RUN THENCE S 81 DE- MENT; THENCE THENCE GO NORTH SAID LOTS CONTAIN-
$10.250 3523(Chro 3-2m. Blk. 6-yl. $2000. OBO 334- towpk. GMC 0 900Sirr crew GREES 00 MINUTES SOUTU 83 DEGREES 115 FEET, THENCE GO ING 47 1/2 FEET
$10250 52 303-2713 9292 -cab34oor loaded all 00 SECONDS W 52 MINUTES 24 SEC- WEST 105 FEET, EACH FRONT, AND
Harley Davidson 03' powerrp . dhite ..i- ALONG THE NORTH ONDS WEST FOR THENCE GO -SOUTH RUNNING BACK
Softail dulece 100th JEEP 1987 Wrangler pcond 55K m aslng RIGHT OF WAY LINE, 365.38 FEET AND 115 FEET TO THE SOUTH 75 FEET;
anniv. Screaming 4x4, ac, p5, ac, at, pao $[9,500. 334- 421.49 FEET; THENCE CALL THIS THE POINT OF BEGIN- SAME BEING IN THE
Eagle. Black & gld. Inew engine 'trans' N 00 DEGREES 00 MI- POINT OF BEGIN- NING. TOWN OF
1550cc. 11.400Km. vr Suu , i t;res. hard top. 792- 763 -14 NUTES 42 SECONDS E NING; THENCE CON- COTTONDALE, JACK-
6328 334-793 6241 Cruiser Like New miles. Exce lent co - LINE OF LANDS BE- GREES 52 MINUTES AVENUE, SNEADS, FL DA
4200 Mi. $5900 OBO edition, windshield, Jeep '88 Wrangler LET 0 ING DESCRIBED IN 4 SECONDS WEST 32460
Harley Davioson 03' 334-8061322 detachable saddle- Auto. 6 yL. 2.5 lh. CHEVROLET I9 C o0 iNG DESCRIBED IN L4 SECONDS WEST 324.0
VROD. owm. Disonc. bags. 4,000 FI334-RM. New Tir & Rylms i. dumptruck. 20K mi . OR BOOK 857, PAGE FOR 143.49 FEET TO A/K/A 2591 MILTON
conD.ow mil. 5. OBO -- " , S(334)585-6566 Ne Tires OBO ons. new engine. i 0852, A DISTANCE OF AN EXISTING IRON Any person claiming S T R E E T
-on-.$5.500. OBO 34 - ' . (334)585-6566 -4550-7 OBO28 rough runa goud -1 53.89 FEET TO THE PIPE (PSM NO. 2456); an interest in the sur- COTTONDALE, FL
34-794-2665r 334- 334-722186 $2.450. 334 701 -921 POINT OF BEGIN- THENCE NORTH 88 plus from the sale, if 32431
8C5 0810 JEEP WRANGLER '91, CeToyota '06 Tacoma NING: THENCE 89 DE- DEGREES 42 MI- any, other than the
E4WD. ew R ERt d' Chevy 06 Colorado TRD pkgq crew c ab. GREES 23 MINUTES NUTES 26 SECONDS property owner' as of Any person claiming
4WD new top. tinted Z71. E.l. Cond..53K. 4 LWB, 68K, toolbo, 39 SECONDS W, 20 WEST FOR 303.70 the date of the Us an interest in the sur-
MUST inws spray0004. door. 5.Cyl., 2WD, silver $15,900 FEET; THENCE N 00 FEET TO AN EXISTING Pendens must file a plus from the sale, if
SHonda'06 C T X 1300 r 5.00 - black tonneau cover, 334-803-3001 DEGREES 00 MI- IRON ROD (PSM NO. claim within sixty any, other than the
Harley Davidson'06 Cruiser Like New 0 new tires, $14,300. NUTES 00 SECONDS, 6111); THENCE (60) days after the property owner as of
Harley200 Mi. 5.900 OBO Lexus '08 GX470 50K Call 334-677-3333 - L 'egalAds I E, . 10.96 FEET; NORTH 00 DEGREES sale. the date of the Us
HeritageSoftail, 334-806-1322 Mi. Good Cond. Load- Chevy .67C10 $1200J THENCE S 89 DE- 19 MINUTES 03 SEC- Pendens must file a
iles Honda 06'Rebel Solid hA ed 3rd Row Seat. Nay OBO Or consider GREES 58 MINUTES ONDS WEST FOR WITNESS MY HAND claim within sixty
4,000 miles, Honda 06Reel Sod Yamaha - 04 V Star System $36,000 trade 342 4380ames 14 SECONDS E, 2.0 80.77 FEET TO AN EX- and the seal of this (60) days after the
white windshield & 1100 Custom 6k 229-254-0077 FEET; THENCE S 00 ISTING IRON PIPE Court on June 02, sale.
lowered, Vance & saddle bags 2600 mi. miles. Fully loaded chevy 72'Fleet side DEGREES 00 MI- (PSM NO. 2456); 2010.
$2500. OBO 334-886- w/LED's and Vance & Nissan 06 Pathfinder factory 307, 3-sd, 67K LF15017 NUTES 40 SECONDS THENCE NORTH 89 WITNESS ,MY HAND
Hines pipes. 3326334-714-1110 Hines exhaust. $5800 black, 69k, loaded, original miles. Body W, 10.94 FEET TO THE DEGREES 22 Ml- Dale R. Guthrie and the seal of this
Garage kept HONDA 06 hadow 334-790-9108 Cond.ewtires$15,000.great rough, $2500. OBO. FiNotitice Under POINT OF BEGIN- NUTES 35 SECONDS Clerk of the Circuit Court on June 02,
Garage.8pt HONilesLIKE NEW, k9spd403@aol.com Cond. $15,000. 334-792-5578 fictitious Name NING. WEST FOR 39.43 FEET Court 2010.
S$5300 will trade for Call 334-685-1634 Statute Law Pursuant TO AN EXISTING NAIL
$5,300,Jeep Wrangler '95 or or 334-886-9834 CHEVY '87 S-10 Pick- to Section 865.09 A LOT OR PARCEL OF AND DISK (PSM NO. By: Beverly,Hatcher Dale R. Gutbrie
er Up, New Clutch, New (3)(d), Florida LAND LOCATED IN 2456); THENCE Deputy Clerk Clerk of the Circuit
newer 229-334-8520 TOYOTA '06 Four Motor, New Tires, Statues JACKSON COUNTY, NORTH 62 DEGREES Court
Honda '06 VTX1300 Runner R5, white $2,500 BO Truns FLORIDA AND BEING 12 MINUTES 14 SEC- LF15019
5970 miles, saddle 59,700 llntndes, e, good 334-618-3447 To Whom It May MORE PARTICULAR- ONDS EAST ALONG By: Beverly Hatcher
HARLEY DAVIDSON bags, windshield, $17,900. 334-796-3130 Concern: LY DESCRIBED AS THE EASTERLY RIGHT Notice ofTkna Deputy Clerk
07' FLSTSC Springer customer seat, $6000 Yaa aos Vmax . FOLLOWS: COM- OF WAY OF SHEF- Agency Action Taken
classic 3000K mi. OBO. 334-393-6382 anniv edition inax Toyota '07 FJ Cruiser, Noti ;s hereby giv- MENCE AT THE FIELD DRIVE 114.50 by the Northwest LF14990
lac 300 OBO flame ed, excel excellent condition, en that the under- POINT WHERE THE FEET; THENCE Florida Water
Black $13,5020 n , L c 61K miles. $18.500 signed pursuant to EAST LINE OFTHE NORTH 00 DEGREES Management IN THE CIRCUIT
25481 4802 'ond.. 6K mi.. 1J98cc 334 8033577 the "Fictitious Name SW 1/4 OF SECTION 47 MINUTES 18 SEC- District COURT OFTHE
& incl. sissy bar. Statute' Florida Stat- 36, TSN, R11W, IN- ONDS WEST ALONG FOURTEENTH
guard, cover r-rcukle uctr te 865.09. 2009, will TERSECTS THE SAID RIGHT OF WAY Notice is given that JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Schger.$5.800.5334- Erader -Tracors 1 register with the Di- NORTHSIDE OF THE FOR 76.24 FEET TO stormwater permit IN AND FOR JACKSON
r333i584 or emal $5,500 or reasnale vision of Corpora- OLD COTTONDALE- AN EXISTING IRON number 858 was is- COUNTY, FLORIDA
rkess"s'cmcast'net Cummings'Onan offer2293r34820 tions Department of MARIANNA ROAD ROD (PSM NO. 6111); sced on June 10, CIVIL ACTION
WiIf -"e.- ' - generator 703 hrs. 229-296-8171 State, State of Flori- (ALSO KNOWN AS THENCE NORTH 10 2010, to Mason Auc-
S85KW 400amp. auto 229-296-8171 da, upon receipt of RED TOP LANE) AND DEGREES 41 M- tion & Sales LLC for CASE NO. 32-2008-
HARLEY DAVIDSON 1na 0 VT - - t switch runm 4 poultry chevy '91Cherokee proof of publication RUN THENCE SOUTH NUTES 05 SECONDS the construction of a CA-223
'08 1200 Sportster H onda - 06 VCTX . house $15.000. OBO pickup, lift gate for this notice the 81 DEGREES 00 MI- EAST ALONG SAID 6,000 SF pre- DIVISION
Custom. 108 miles Br 1300 Charcal color. 4u40X400 poultry $1500 850-352-4724 Fictitious Name, to NUTES WEST, ALONG RIGHT OF WAY A DIS- fabricated auction
Custom.r08nm.Les B.ke runs and looks tun house of Lubing nip- wit: THE NORTHERLY TANCE OF 77.89 building, a 12' by WELLS FARGO BANK,
warranty. Like new. great! Relly funto pl drinkers 334726- i i SIDE OF SAID ROAD FEET;THENCE 100" long gravel ac- NA SUCCESSOR BY
$8,000, o0o702-4778 tri. C n tires are Yamaha '09 R6 less 0978 or 334-795-6101 Cottondale Village 258.0 FEET TO THE DEPARTING SAID cess drive and a 20' MERGER TO WELLS
Harley Davidson '08 ood shape. I'm mov- than 1,000 miles Custom Motorcycle Apartments POINT OF BEGIN- RIGHT OF WAY ON A by 50' gravel parking FARGO HOME MORT-
tra GleDide Classic, ing and cannot take ne Trailer 4x8 led lsio ghts, l NING; THENCE RUN BEARING OF NORTH area' at 2710 Over- GAGE, INC.,
ElectraGlideClassic, g and cannot take Bouht . Trailer4x8 ed hts ntendsto register SOUTH 81 DEGREES 84 DEGREES 58 Mi- pass Road,
35000mie68 ,510,e tbk Dvrel 7,9 nom0 ramp carrier uer theN aidtFicttious 00 MINUTES WEST, NUTES 00 SECONDS Campbellton. Plaintiff,

coln.hght er.,hot ets HelmeL or- below address: SIDE OF ROAD, 163.5 FEET AND MARKING The file containing vs.
mi. conhhtwrn hc era. 33 4.4455j ly. $150. 334-699-6711 mi. newAC, loaded, FEET THENCE RUN A POINT ONr THE the -application for
FORD TW 15 Tractor runs great $3,400. 4052 Old Cottondale NORTH 86.0 FEET; SOUTHERLY RIGHT this permit is availa- MAGALIE LOZANO, et
SDt c.'Mpeds ca o 404hpexc 0 334-691-7111 or Road Marianna, Flor- THENCE RUN NORTH OF WAY OF PHEAS- ble for inspection al,
wI,',,ca7er.Mpe , .i0h x. 334-798-1768 ida, 32448. Jackson 81 DEGREES 00 Ml- ANT LOOP (A 60 FEET Monday through Fri-
L cultivator sold sep. County NUTES EAST 91.65 PROPOSED ROAD) day (except for legal Defendant(s).
SLance '08 Charming 334-701-1836 FEET;THENCE RUN SAID POINT BEING IN holidays), 8:00 a.m.
Harley Davidson'08 Scooter, 50CC. 2000 3 I That me interested NORTH 01 DEGREES A CURVE CONCAVE to 5:00 p.m. at the NOTICEOF
Ulra Classic Scream miles. Lke new. Gandy 4 row insect . owners) in said 50 MINUTES 39 SEC- EASTERLY; THENCE Northwest, Florida FORECLOSURE SALE
irg Eagle Anrniversa - 540-421-0726 cide applicator business enterprise ONDS EAST 319.75 SOUTHEASTERLY Water Management
rv Ed. Very low miles w/double boxes, for (s)are): FEET; THENCE RUN ALONG SAID CURV- District's ERP Office, NOTICE IS HEREBY
$29000334.685.0380 portUtilityVehicles two chemicals D ge'01 Dakota NORTH 87 DEGREES ING RIGHT OF WAY The Delaney Center GIVEN pursuant to a
mounted on tool bar. Sport Club cab, Cottondale Village 50 MINUTES EAST THROUGH A CEN- Building, Suite 2-D, Final Judgment of
Harley Davidson 1986 . - Good condition. $400, automatic,V-6,61K Redevelopment, Lt 108.5 FEET; THENCE TRAL ANGLE OF 87 2252 Killearn Center Mortgage Foreclo-
FLTCw sidecar. 04 Jeep Wrangler X. 229-7583146 or 229- miles, LikeNew, RUN SOUTH 06 DE- DEGREES 27 MI- Boulevard, Talilahas- sure dated June 02,
exc. cond. $10.500. soft top.auto. 400-5184 $7200. 334-790-7959 Dated in Jackson GREES 50 MINUTES NUTES 17 SECONDS see, FL 3239. 2010 and entered in
OBO 334-794-2665 or Honda 07 Shadow AM/FM/CD, ow res, John Deere '07 790 Dodge 02 Dakota County, Florida this WEST, 401.3 FEET TO HAVING A RADIUS OF CaseNo.-32-2008-CA-
334-805-0810 750 Aero Black, like JohDeer 779 Leather Int.Quadcab 10th day of June, THE POINT OF BEGIN- 160.00 FEET AND'ARC A person whose sub- 223 of the Circuit
er m arket $015907 bucketBus5)57 300 h Hog, Clean cond. Fully 2010. NING AND CONTAIN- LENGTH OF 244.22 stantial interests are Court of the FOUR-
2.5"after market ex- 0157 . bucket Bush Hog, auto. 334-693-3980 ING ONE, ACRE MORE FEET (CHORD BEAR- affected by the Dis- TEENTH Judicial Cir-
haust, hypercharger Grader& Tiller auto. 334-693-3980 /s/Kimberly Mur-OR LESS ING AND trict permitting deci- cut in and for JACK-
(3$4400 OBO 36330 p $14,000 321-202-4324 phy DISTANCE=SOUTH 49 sion may petition for SON County, Florida
__ _ V (302)858-1235 L9 . JU 1 UTILITY cargo trailer KIMBERLY MUR- A/K/A DEGREES 23 Ml- an administrative wherein WELLS FAR-
1999 Blazer Tracker Dolittle 2007, 20' PHY 3684 REDTOP LANE NUTES 00 SECONDS hearing in accord- GO BANK, NA SUC-
HONDA '98 Vall kyoriginale 4x4. silver, grey cloth white excellent con- 1002 West 23rd St. MARIANNA, FL 32446 EAST, 221.19 FEET) ance with Sections CESSOR BY MERGER
Tourer all original, interior. New paint, edition, has sat for 2 Suite 400 MAIATO .THE POINT OF 120.569 and 120.57 TO WELLS FARGO
Softal Spineri wm a sking $6,500 ruon Oeat Goodconditincold years. onlyused for Panama City, FL at public sale, to the TANGENCY; THENCE F.S., or may choose HOME MORTGAGE,
ly Custozmedp erkin asking $6,5 air.stereo with ipod 3000 miles. $5,500 32405 highest and best bid- NORTH. 86 DEGREES to pursue mediation INC., is the Plaintiff
$13Kly Customized ASKIng 334-693-5454 jack.$3000 OBO. OBO 334-791-6955 Dodge'95Daota 850-769-8981 der, for cash, at the 53 MINUTES 26 SEC- as an alternative and MAGALIE
$13K 334-677-5930 Honda Dirt Bike 334-886-3154, Sport, club cab, great North door of the ONDS EAST ALONG remedy under sec- LOZANO; GERARDO
Harley Davidson 1992 CRF 250R 04', FMF 334-798-9131 Yanmar 1601 shape, $2,000. OBO LF15002 Jackson County SAID RIGHT OF WAY tion 120.573, Florida V. LOZANO; are the
Sporster 1200 custom exhaust. Lots of' 2WD, standard shift, 334-798-1768 or Courthouse at 11:00 LINE A DISTANCE OF Statutes and Rules Defendants, I wisell
mid 50's K/KH exc. extras $2000. OBO 20 Hp, like new 334-691-2987 NOTICE OF Courthouse at 11:00 LINE A DISTANCE OF Statutes, and Rules Defendants,
mid50K/KHexc extras $2000. OBO INTEN334-691-2987 TICEON TO a.m., on July 1,2010. 56.39 FEET; THENCE 28-106.111 and 28- to the highest and
cond.$5,500. O80 334-897-0582 3995. otherEquip. INTENTIONTO . DEPARTING SAID 106.401-404, Florida best bidder for cash
0810794-2665334-805- Honda T 07' 130 5628 oAvail., Call 334-790- ' 25I REGISTER DATED this 2nd day RIGHT OF WAY LINE Administrative Code. at NORTH DOOR
0810 Honda VTXr071300R 5628 or 334-828-1325 FICTITIOUS NAME of June, 2010 ON A BEARING OF Petitions must com- JACKSON COUNTY
icusitm rear view $50.Truck Notice is hereby giv- SOUTH 03 DEGREES ply with the require- COURTHOUSE, MA-
S 0 mirror. vance . B Ntlce is hereby givAny person claiming 17 MINUTES 12 SEC- ments of Florida Ad- RIANNA, FLORIDA at
792- 1489 618-00.31 2 J en that the under the an interest in the sur- ONDS EAST FOR ministrative Code; 11:00 AM, on the 1st
Kawase 2 4618-0031 5 0 pGrandCl provision ofde C the plus from the sale, if 150.42 FEET TO THE Chapter 28-106 and da of July, 2010, the
SKawasaki '04 650 herokee, Special revision of Cht any, other than the POINT OF BEGIN- be filed with (re- following described
KLR 6500 mile ' Edition. Metallic oge Ram1500 90-267 (section any, owner as of NINTG. ceived by) the Dis- property as set forth
$2900. Call 334- 790- eige. Leather, Ext-cab 360 M 8650) Laws of Flori tpropeda towner o s df e )oaen on
Harley Da on 2000 6654after 5 p.m. Power Options, Sun- num 4 barrel hoy da will register withpenens, must file a A/K/A 4724 BERK- District Headquar- m e n t
of,$10,000. hunter green, the Division of Cor-laim within 60 days SHIRE ROAD, MAtrs, 81 Water Man-
me1200 Sportster Kawasaki 05' KX65 (334)447-1177 Custom fiberglass portion, Florida De- after th sale. RI A A, FL 32446 agement Drive, Ha- THE SW 1/4 OF SE
w/windshl, bu sa eMonster graphics pro hood, 22" hood apartment of State.the vana, FL 32333-4712. 1/4 OF SW 1/4, SEC-
w/windbags, crashiel a a, circuit pipe V/force 2005 gold/tan ford FORK LIFT American scoop, stainless Fictitious name to- In accordance with Any person claiming Petitions for adminis- TION 35, TOWNSHIP
adults, cprasted $600. reeds super fast ab- escape 90,000 miles Eagle w/Cummlngs grill & bumpers' wit: thea American with an interest in the sur- trative hearing on 4 NORTH, RANGE 12
solute mint cond. 0od condition diesel engine, 60001b Snap on tread Disabilities' Act of plus from the sale, if the above. applica- WEST, " JACKSON
334-390-0220 $975. 334-797-7984 7,500 334-726-1655 1ift cap., good ond. Alum. tool box, 6 StickaBAM.com 1990, persons need- any, other than the tion must be filed COUNTY, FLORIDA.
HARLEY DAVIDSONI W'04X5,64500 $11,500. 334701-9213 pa lift kit, 6". ng under which I am en- ing a special accom- property owner as of within twenty-one
2003,n120iespks-modation to partici- the date of the Us (21) days of publica- A/K/A 2260 PARK
100thanniv.edition. MotorbyBPM,2 anaaicsunroof rims Lots ofextras gaged in business at ate in this proceed- Pendens must file a tion of this notice or ROAD, ALFORD, FL
Lots of chrome. brothers perform- esxt se3rice tl Sent m Lt o etra 2530 Mashburn Rd Ing should contact claim , within sixty within twenty-six 32420
$7,500. 334-701-3974 atncepipe. Very fast $18,200. 334-798-1618 REDUCED 40000B Marianna, FL 3248 the A Coordinator (60) days after the (26) days of the Dis-
Harley Davidson '87 bike r texrotor- 334-677-6714 CHRYSLER '06 Town That the party inter- er pt sale. trict d o iting no-ntn n person claimin
FXR Superglide, Cus 334-726-3842 e Chevrolet '05 & Country Van. ested in said busi- proceedings. If hear- WITNESS MY HAND the mail for thbse plus from the sale, if
tom paint, lots of - Avalanche LT, Super Exc. condo. 51K, seats , ness is as follows: roc edin ease and the seasons to whom the any, other than the
chrome, $95008850-nice, f loaded. 7, ac, power, $9500 l ing impaired, please and the seal of this persons to whom the any, other than the
S $9500850- , . fuyloaded. g., 334-688-540 Howard Otis call (800) 955-9771 Court on June, 02, District mails actual property owner as of
260-1666 _____ ^,-S~a~$18,500 . 334-688-5154 Howard Otis (TDD) or (800) 955- 2010. notice. Failure to file the date of the Us
Harley Davidson'95 334-701-4243 Goodson II 8770 (voice), Via a petition within this Pendens must file a
Lowrider 36K m. Chrysler '95 Voyager, 2530 Mashburn Rd Florida Relay Service. Dale R. Guthrie time period shall claim within sixty
Exc.cond. Saddle hV6, auto, seats 8, Marianna, FL 32448 Clerk of the Circuit constitute a' waiver (60) days after the
bags, spare seat . power, am/fm :ass. Witness my hand Court of any rights) such sale.
$5500 334-984-2044 new tires, NOW e 99' 1500 V-8 nLegalNotices aid seal of this court person(s) may have
iKawasaki '93 Vulcan $1975 080 850-592- Magnum 193K mi. on the 2nd day of By: Beverly Hatcher to request an admin- WITNESS MY HAND
Harley Davidson *9 75015K Miles Runs 2832 A/T, A/C, P/steering L June, 2010. Deputy Clerk strationve determina- and the sea o f this
Fatboy red & white, Great New Seat Cov- crews, $3,500. 080 LF15001 tion (hearing) under Court on June 02,
13K miles, great er $1800 718-6833 HHR LS, 334-691-2987 / 344- DALE RABON Sections 120.569 and 2010.
shape, $8,500. er $1800718-6833 loaded, 27,000 miles, PONTIAC 92' Trans- 798-1768 IN THE CIRCUIT GUTHRIE LF14987 129.57, F.S. concern-
334-899-1212E Automatic, 4 cyl., port mlini van, pwr COURT OFTHE CLERK OF THE CIR- ing the subject per- Dale R..Guthrie
o MorS1e 4 Excellent! $10,700. - clan, seats 8 $1500., FOURTEENTH CUlT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT mit. Petitions which Clerk of the Circuit
'05$ 200mi' Blue8 334-790-7959 56 3eaPM ts 79 142/JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURTOFTHE are not filed in ac- Court
$1650 850- 258-1638 BP Motors 793-2142 OF THE STATE OF By:/s/Beverly F6URTEENTH cordance with the
RedK aaa 09 -FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Hatcher JUDICIAL CIRCUIT above provisions are By: Beverly Hatcher
NnRed Kawasaki 09' Wne JACKSON COUNTY BEVERLY HATCHER IN AND FOR JACKSON subject to dismissal. Deputy Clerk
Ninja Like New 250R ml Wanted : CIVIL DIVISION Deputy Clerk COUNTY, FLORIDA _
w/jacket 3,500. mi. Automobiles J 9 3 A CIVIL ACTION Because the adminis- Meetings-Events J
He$3,995. 334-692-3211 DODGE '99,2500 RAM Case No: 32-2009-CA- LF14991 trative hearing proc-
ge n Leave Message Tquad cab, short bed 000548 .CASE NO. 32 2009 CA ess is designed to
-7720 Auto 17zuki 07KGS0XR B00 C yC0 Tae, 17K$00 2B7 CRTIFINANCIAL COURT OFNTHE DIVISION cy action, the filing
334-714-7200. like new, 3550 m. 4,100 m, leather, A . auto. 850-5572711 SERVICES, INC, SUC- FOURTEENTH of a petition means Notice of Meeting
o4- 1 02 $6,400. includes all ew tires,p Concession Trailer FORpDe'05 Fr, Larat, SSOR REASON C RIRCUS VS. that the District's fi-
su er cub 50, 4k 334-714-4029 Whe 850-579-4694 WANTED xcellent condition CITIFINANCIAL SERV- COUNTY, FLORIDA GMAC MORTGAGE, different from the at 6 PM, the Jackson
miles, Black & white, Chevy '07 Trailblazer, Motor Driven 98,000 miles, ICES, INC. 344, LLC, CIVIL ACTION LLC, position taken by it County Board m of
Good Cond., electric Yamaha '99 XVS1100 Nice Family SUV Good Condition 4 door, ood SUCCESSOR BY im this notice of in- Coun Commission-
start 3 speed, $2500. 42K mi. Asking $3200 Loaded $300 Down And Equipped. condition, 14,200 MERGER WITH ASSO- CASE NO. 32-2009- Plaintiff, tent. Persons whose ers will hold its regu-
Firm. Ca I noon (M-F) OBO 334-726-1215 or $300 mo. Call Steve 850-548-5719 (334)464-7573 CIATES FINANCIAL CA-000929 substantial interests Mar meeting at 2864
334-347-9002 334-477-3152 . Hatcher 334-791-8243 J (334)46-7573 SERVICES COMPANY DIVISION MARCIA G. WIGGINS, will bd. affected by ladison Street, Ma-
--------------------------_ Ford '07 F150 XLT OF FLORIDA, INC. et al, any such final deci- rianna, Florida.
supercrew, 4X4 5.4L, SUCCESSOR BY REA- CHASE HOME Fl- sion e Dstrict o n
flex fuel, dark blue SON OF MERGER NANCE LLC, Defendant(s). the application have In accordance with
* 4..d t . w/bed cover, 144K WITH ASSOCIATES the right to petition the Americans with
* e m n W S an a rs on your m, pwr, CC, $14,500 FINANCIAL SERVICES Plaintiff, NOTICE OF to become a party to Disabilities Act, per-
* J |334-714-6999 OF AMERICA, INC., FORECLOSURESALE the proceedings, the sons needing special
FORD '07 F250 Supber Plaintiff, NOTICE IS HEREBY re uirements set participate in this
XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, EDDIE A. ROMAN, et GIVEN pursuant to a forth above, meeting should con-
I Ta $30000 488- |Defendant(s). 0 .Mortgage Foreclo- LF14986 tor's assistant no lat-


85oouo,334-65-068ooo PATRICIA IL VIDAL; s ure dated June 02, er mria 5 uaay s pior
* . .FORD '07 Sports Trac, UNKNOWN SPOUSE NOTICE OF 2010 and entered In IN THE CIRCUIT to the meeting. The
V-6 fully loaded, OF PATRICIA K. FORECLOSURE SALE Case No. 32 2009 CA COURT OF THE Administrator's as-
$20,500 080 229-861- VIDAL IF UVING, IN- 000865 of the Circuit FOURTEENTH sistant may be con-
2714, 229-309-1890 . CLUDING ANY UN- NOTICE IS HEREBY Court of the FOUR- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT tacted at 2864 Madi-
Henry Cobb KNOWN SPOUSE OF GIVEN pursuant to a TEENTH Judicial Cir- INANDFOR JACKSON son Street, Marianna,
SAID DEFENDANT(S), Final Judgment of cuit in and for JACK- COUNTY, FLORIDA FL, 32448, (850) 482
FORD -'87 F350 Buck- IF REMARRIED, AND Mortgage Foreclo- SON County, Florida CIVIL ACTION 9633, or (800) 955-
et Truck, one man, IF DECEASED, THE sure dated June 02, wherein GMAC 8771(TDDOO).
new A/C, 30 ft reach RESPECTIVE UN- 2010 and entered in MORTGAGE, LLC, is CASE NO. 32-2008-
(334) 790-8891 $3900 KNOWN HEIRS, Case No. 32-2009-CA- the Plaintiff and CA-000781
G R GRANTEE S, Court, of the FOUR- JAMES M. WIGGINS;
ASSIGNEES, CRED- TEENTH Judicial Cir- ANY AND ALL UN- COUNTRYWIDE
i ITORS, LIENORS, AND cult in and for JACK- KNOWN PARTIES HOME LOANS, INC, Otfl ns
TRUSTEES, AND ALL SON County,, Florida CLAIMING BY, VIIIIIU
f -t i O OTHER PERSONS wherein CHASE THROUGH, UNDER, Plaintiff,
j- HHE CLAIMING BY, HOME FINANCE LLC, AND AGAINST THE ov t
FORD '89 FISO0.4ywn. THROUGH. UNDER OR is the Plaintiff and HEREIN NAMED INDI; BONNIT R. BAILEY, et LUVesUW
1 4x4 Auto,$4,900or AGAINST THE NAMED EDDIE A. ROMAN; V I D U A L al,
*|reasonable offer 229- DEFENDANTSS; JEANETTE ROMAN; DEFENDANTS) WHO DfnaC
S334r8520,229- 296 CITIFINANCIAL EQUI- MORTGAGE ELEC- ARE NOT KNOWN TO Defendant(s).inete Sets
TY SERVICES, INC. TRONIC REGISTRA- BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
8171 WHETHER DIS- TION SYSTEMS IN- WHETHER SAID UN- NOTICE OF
S- ' SOLVED OR PRES- CORPORATE AS KNOWN PARTIES FORECLOSURE SALE
g -P ENTLY EXISTING, TO- NOMINEE FOR GMAC MAY CLAIM AN IN-
GETHER WITH ANY MORTGAGE, LLC; TEREST AS SPOUSE, NOTICE IS HEREBY Sell it
G RAN T EE S , are the Defendants, I HEIRS, DEVISEES, GIVEN pursuant to a
ASSIGNEES, CRED- will sell to the high- GRANTEES, OR OTH- Final Judgment of
fl, u' r| c _':i" ITORS, LIENORS, OR est and best bidder ER CLAIMANTS; Mortgage Forecio- n the
C CIFor, '97 F-150, V-6, TRUSTEES OF SAID for cash atNORTH MORTGAGE ELEC- sure dated June 02, 1 e
jcfI ridanl C I - automatic, cold air, DEFENDANT(S) AND DOOR JACKSON TRONIC REGISTRA- 2010 and entered in
" r *45,000 miles ALL OTHER PERSONS COUNTY COURT- TION SYSTEMS IN- Case No. 32-2008-CA- Cla id
Like New, $5600. CLAIMING BY, HOUSE, MARIANNA, CORPORATED AS 000781 of the Circuit lassl es.
334-790-7959 THROUGH, UNDER, FLORIDA at 11:00AM, NOMINEE FOR GMAC Court of the FOUR-
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