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

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Accused in beating death sentenced


Willie Robert Lloyd III listens during his
sentencing Monday. - Mark Skinner /
Floridan


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
One man was sentenced to 50 years in
prison, and another got 20 years Monday
for their roles in the robbery and beating
death of 75-year-old Alfred Delk last
September.
The Cottondale resident was beaten
with a concrete block and died at hospital
a week later. Four men were charged in the
case, but only one was accused of striking
.the fatal blows. He has yet to be sentenced.
Three entered pleas, one was convicted
by a jury, and all but the one who struck
the fatal blows have now been sentenced.
Willie' Robert Lloyd III drew a 50-year
prison term Monday. Josh Pullum received
20 years.
Lloyd was 'convicted by a jury earlier
this year of being a principal to armed
robbery. \ '
Pullum had earlier pleaded no contest to
robbery with a deadly weapon in the case.
With encouragement from the state,
Circuit Judge Bill Wright imposed a 20-
year sentence on Pullum. He. could have


received 30 years, but Pullum reached a
plea deal with the state.
The state recommended the reduced
sentence in exchange for Pullum's co-
operation with authorities from the time of
his arrest through the trial of co-defendant
Lloyd. Pullum testified to the events of the
night Delk was killed.
Pullum's testimony at Lloyd's trial
backed up the state's assertion that Lloyd.
had lured the victim to a nearby store with
a phone call. Then, with the three others,
he went to Delk's home and lay in wait for
him.
In imposing the harsher sentence on
Lloyd, Wright said he believed that, if not
for Lloyd, the robbery and beating may
never have occurred. Lloyd was the only
one of the four involved who knew the
victim and where he lived.
. And while Lloyd sat in a truck while the
robbery took place, Wright said his role
was primary.
'State Attorney Glenn Hess was at the
sentencing. According to Hess, the state
See BEATING, Page 5A �


Josh Pullum reacts as a letter from his
mother to Judge William Wright-is read
to the court during his sentencing
Monday. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


County

road worker'

charged

with grand

theft auto
STAFF REPORT.
A Jackson
County Road
Department
employee is-
charged 'with,
Dwight grand theft auto
Tipton in an alleged,
Tipton incident unrelat-
ed to his job.
According to the complaint,
Dwight Tipton, 58, is accused
of taking his ex-girlfriend's car
See THEFT, Page 5A �


Fast food manager charged with theft


STAFF REPORT
The general manager of the,
Hardees in Marianna is accused
of steahhg money from the fast-
food restaurant.
Kathy Jo Peacock. 29, has
been arrested on m\o counts of
grand theft in the case. according
to the Jackson Count\ Sheriff's
Office.
Peacock was the general man-
ager of the Hardees at 4652 U.S.
Highway 90 when the chain's
district manager reported the
theft of a Jan 15 deposit of
$1,471.
The disnct manager suspected
Peacock. and further investiga-
tion revealed Peacock was
allegedly seen walking out of the
store with a deposit which was


School bus in


Kathy Jo Peacock
not properly tagged.
The bags used by Hardees are
disposable plastic types with.
small, numbered plastic strips


attached to a cash control work-
sheet. The strip is supposed to be
placed on the worksheet when
the bag is.sealed at the store
before deposit. There was no
plastic strip placed on the work-
sheet for,this deposit, authorities
said.
On Jan. 16, the district manag-
er conducted an audit at the store,
and reported that more than $300
was taken from the cash registers
and safe. Peacock was again sus-
pected in the discrepancy.
Further investigation and inter-
views with other employees
revealed Peacock was allegedly
"floating" deposits. A Jackson
County Sheriff's Office investi-
gator' explained that "floating"
deposits involves continually
holding back a deposit bag from


the, last shift, and "taking the
needed amount of money from
this deposit bag to cover the
money stolen from a previous
,deposit, in order to conceal the
theft."
Authorities said Peacock
allegedly "was leaving small
pieces of paper in the cash draw-
ers with instructions to add cer-
tain amounts of money to make
the cash drawer count correct."
For example, where the correct
cash drawer count should have
been $75 but the actual count was
$45, the piece of paper would
instruct the cashier to add $30 to
make the count appear correct.
The total amount of money
taken from the cash drawers and
safe came to $302.16, investiga-
tor'.s sjid


Man charged fender-bender
with forgery BDEBORAH BUCKHALTER


STAFF REPORT
A Marianna
resident is,
charged with
grand theft and
uttering a forged
Orinthid-instrument after
H es allegedly vic-
Hayes timizing a com-
pany in Pensacola.
Orinthid Jabbar "Rimp"
Hayes, 31, of 4472 Jackson St.,
allegedly was seen endorsing a
See FORGERY, Page 5A >


Man faces drug

charges after
trespassing
STAFF REPORT
A Grand Ridge
resident was
arrested on drug
charges Saturday,
after being report-
ed for trespassing
Rusty at Marianna
Tucker G a r d en
Apartments.
Rusty Tucker, 21, of 2455
Cypress Road, had been banned
from the apartment complex.
Management called law enforce-
ment when he was spotted in the
area, according to Capt. Bill
Bryant of the Marianna Police
Department.
An officer was dispatched, who
confronted Tucker when he was
seen walking near the complex.
When he was patted down, the
officer found a bag of 20 10-mil-
ligram hydrocodone tablets in
Tucker's pocket, for which he had
no prescription, Bryant said.
He was taken to the Jackson
County jail and booked on
charges of trafficking in
hydrocodone, and trespassing
after warning.


FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


A Jackson County school bus with four
children aboard backed into a parked car
early Monday, but no one njas .hurt in the
accident.
Florida Highway Patrol cited the driver for
improper backing.
According to the highway patrol, 27-year-
old Graceville resident Franklin L. Cripes
was backing out of a driveway on Barron
Road in Graceville, after he'd loaded a wheel-
chair-bound student, and didn't see the
parked vehicle.
The back of the bus collided with the front
of the Ford four-door around 6:52 a.m.
Jackson County School Transportation
Director John Hamilton'said the driver was
negotiating a very tight space and simply mis-
judged the distance.
The driver is not being sanctioned by the
school district for the mistake, Hamilton said.
The school system is running 15 of its 20
mini-buses to various schools this summer,


Mini buses like these are being used to transport children during the Jackson County
school's summer programs. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


transporting roughly 200 children. All post-
school year programs should end by mid to
late July.
The buses are going to Cottondale
Elementary School, where an FCAT reading
preparatory course, available to students all


across the county, in under way. Others are
going to Hope School and Jackson
Alternative School.
The reading program started June 9, and
runs five days a week. Programs at other
schools run four days a week.


Woman killed

in Sunday

accident
STAFF REPORT
A Westville woman died Sunday
after being ejected in an early morn-
ing accident in Washington County.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol, Tammi Joy
Anderson was northbound. on
County Road 179A around 2:30
a.m. when the Ford station wagon
she was driving drifted onto the
shoulder of the road, causing
Anderson to lose control of the
vehicle.
She attempted to regain control
and the car started spinning. As she
entered the northbound lane, she
over-steered to the right, causing the
car to overturn on its left side.


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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' mar-
ket 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 signup for RRP
Lead Certification, call 638-4436 or 482-,
8802.
* The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board has the following meets'
scheduled today: Nomination Committee at
10 a.m.; Career Council at 5 p.m.; and a gen-
eral meeting at 6 p.m. All meetings will 'be in
the CRWDB office, 4636 Highway 90 East,
Marianna. Those with a hearing or speech
impairment can call 718-0456, ext. 101
through the Florida Relay System by dialing
711.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 293,1
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* Jackson County Ouilters Guild Marianna
Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m. in th.e 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
SAA room. *

June 23 - Wednesday
* Eldercare Services will be giving out
,USDA and Brown Bag food, 8 a.m. at 4297
,Liddon St., Marianna; and USDA food will be
given out at the Malone City Hall, 8 a.m.
*-Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
12-1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
ChIrch; 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
. 'The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
Building and Grounds Committee meets at
5:30 p.m. in the Hudnall Building communi-
ty room.

June 24 - Thursday
* The.Jackson 'County Farmers' Market is
open, 6130 a.m. until all fresh- produce is
sold out,. Tuesday, Thursdays and


Saturday in the Jackson County Courthouse
Sparking lot. The state certified farmers' mar-
ket accepts FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs
coupons.
* A member of Congressman Allen Boyd's
(D-North Florida) professional staff will be in
Marianna and Graceville to give the people of
Jackson County an opportunity to discuss
issues of concern. Office hours with Boyd's
staff will be 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the Jackson
County Commission meeting room, 2864
Madison St., Marianna; and 1-2:30 p.m. at
Graceville City Hall, commission room, 5347
Cliff St., Graceville.
* The board of directors of the Area
Agency on Aging for Northwest Florida Inc.
meets at 10:30 a.m. EDT at 2414 Mahan Dr.,
Tallahassee. Call 866-467-4624.
* Registration for Chipola College's
Summer Session II is June 24. Classes begin
June 28. Applications for admission avail-
able in the Admissions Office in the Student
Service Building or online at
www.chipola.edu. Call 718-2284.
* The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave. in Marianna, is having its.Pre-Summer
Sale, June 15, 17, 21 and 24. Buy one item,
get the second (equal or lesser value) at half
price. Call 482-3734.
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
.Building and Grounds Committee meets at
5:30 p.m. in the hospital classroom.
* Thursday Night Concert in the Park -
Jackson County Parks and Recycling
Department's second summer concert series
continues tonight with bluegrass music from
Dry Creek 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 25 - Friday
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will beat Kindel Lanes in
Marianna, 3-7 p.m., or donate blood at the
center, 2503 Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Call 526-4403,
* Free screenings for cholesterol, glucose
and lipids - Jackson Hospital's Medwheels
will be at Campbellton Town Hall, 10 a.m. to
noon; and 1-3 p.m. Test involves a finger
stick and instant results. Health coach avail-
able to explain results/answer questions. For
accurate results, do not eat or drink in the
two hours prior to testing.


* The Family Council for the Chipola
Nursing Pavilion & Retirement Center is tak-
ing pre-paid Boston butt orders, $25 each,
through June 25. Contact a council member
or stop by 4294 Third Ave., Marianna. Pick-
up is Thursday, July 1, 3-6 p.m.: at the cen-
ter. Proceeds benefit residents 6f the center.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
.meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment".at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road.
Dinner, 6 p.m. (free for first-time guests);
meeting, 7 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856, 573-1131.**
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Method.ist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

June 26 - 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.
* The Fourth Annual Little Zion Community
Association Bike-a-thon begins at 7 a.m. in
the Little Zion Community. The eight-mile
route'ends at the first bridge on River Road.
Water stops along the way. Added securi-
ty/safety provided by the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office. Walkers welcome. No fee;
donations accepted. Call -482-8081, 592-
2368 or 592-9110.
* Amateur Radio Week Field Day - Meet
and talk with Jackson County ham radio
operators, see what the Amateur Radio
Service is about, learn about new digital and
satellite capabilities and voice communica-
tions, see an-historical Morse code demon-
stration and learn how to get your own FCC
radio license. Field Day is 12-5 p.m. at
Cypress Recreation Park, US Highway 90,
between Main and McLeod streets, Cypress.
* The' Fifth Annual Covenant Hospice
Garden Gala is 6-9 p.m. in the Jackson
County Agriculture Center, 2741
Pennsylvapia Ave, in Marianna. Art, tasting,
exhibits, live music and dinner, are planned.
Featured garden art will be custom
Adirondack chairs, benches and swings.
Tickets: $40 per person or $75 per couple.
Attire: Garden social. Proceeds benefit
Covenant Hospice. Call 482-8520 or 888-
817-2191, or visit covenanthospice.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.


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MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
June 20, the latest avail-
able report: One hit and
run vehicle, one reckless
driver, two suspicious
persons, two burglaries,
one burglary of a vehicle,
two physical distur-
bances, six verbal distur-
bances, 6ne prowler, two
burglar alarms, one
report of shooting in the
area, fivei..traffic stops,
two larceny, complaints,
one civil dispute, one
follow-up investigation,
one sex offense, two
assists of other agencies
and one threat/harass-
ment complaint.


JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and
county Fire/Rescue
reported the following
incidents for June 20, the
latest available report.


Note: some of
these calls may
relate to after-
hours calls taken
on behalf of
Graceville and


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Cottondale Police
Departments: Two aban-.
doned vehicles, two reck-
less drivers, one suspi-
cious person, two infor-
mation reports, three
highway obstructions,
one report of illness, one
physical disturbance, one


verbal disturbance, one
hitchhiker/pedestrian
complaint, one prowler,
one woodland fire, 15
medical calls, two traffic
accidents, eight traffic
stops, one criminal mis-
chief complaint, one tres-
passing complaint,
- z_- one follow-up
E.--: investigation, one
-" juvenile complaint,
ME one assault, one
fight in progress
reported, three
noise disturbances, one
animal complaint, two
assists of
motorists/pedestrians,
one retail theft, one assist
of another agency, four
public service calls and
one patrol request.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
- Mark Mustain, 20,
5918 Williams Road,
Tallahassee, driving while
license suspended/revoked.
- Torrius Boles, 24,
1701 Hamilton Ave.,
Panama City, knowingly
driving while license sus-
pended/revoked.
- Keith Parrish, 43,
20733 NE State Road 69,
Blountstown, child abuse,
battery.
- Anthony Hearns, 36,
5844 Fort Road,
Greenwood, fugitive


from justice-Alabama.
- James Bellamy, 52,
3373 U.S. Highway 231,
Cottondale, trespassing,
threatening a public ser-
vant.
- Travis Hansford, 20,
1969 Church St., Lot 3,
Marianna, battery-domes-
tic violence.
- Deshanet Brandie,
26, 2865 Adamsville
Road, Cottondale, bat-
tery-domestic violence.

JAIL POPULATION: 246

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


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Destin Low - 6:34 PM High - 7:22 AM
Pensacola Low - 7:08 PM High - 7:55 AM

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Blountstown 4.70 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 5.88 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 3.89 ft. 12.0 ft.


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Voluntary pre-k registration


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Voluntary pre-K, or VPK
registration for the upcom-
ing 2010-2011 school year
will be June 28 beginning
at 8 a.m. Registration will
be held at the Early
Childhood Programs office
in Marianna located at
2950 Cherokee Street in
front of Riverside
Elementary School.
Applicants must be 4
years old on or before Sept.
1, 2010 and a Florida resi-
dent. VPK is not based on
income. The VPK day
consists of three hours per
day at no charge. Families
are given the opportunity to
extend the day, equal to a
regular school day, for a
nominal fee.
All applicants must
obtain a VPK Certificate of
Eligibility from the Early
Learning Coalition, located
at the One Stop Career
Center in Marianna. For
more information call 482-
9140. Parents need to bring


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Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten registration in Jackson County is set for 8 a.m. Monday,
June 28 at the Early Childhood Programs Office, 2950 Cherokee St., Marianna, in
front of Riverside Elementary School. - Contributed photo


a VPK Certificate of
Eligibility, the child's birth
certificate and Social
Security card.
VPK will be at the fol-
lowing school sites:
Jackson County Early
Childhood Center,


Cottondale Elementary,
Graceville Elementary,
Malone School and Grand
Ridge School.
The Early Childhood
Programs at Sneads
Elementary will be served
on the campus. of Grand


Ridge School.
VPK spaces are limited
and will be filled on a first
come, first served basis.
For more information,
please call the Early
Childhood Programs Office
at 482-1266.


Boyd staff to hold open office hours


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

A member of Rep. Allen Boyd's
professional staff will be in Marianna
and Graceville on Thursday, June 24,
to give the people of Jefferson
County an opportunity to discuss


issues of concern. Rep. Boyd's staff is
trained to assist constituents with a
variety of issues relating to various
federal agencies. Office hours with
Boyd's staff are set for Thursday,
June 24, at two locations: Jackson
SCounty Commission meeting room,


2864 Madison St., Marianna, 9:30 to
11:30 a.m.; and the Graceville City
Hall commission room, 5347 Cliff
St., Graceville, 1 to 2:30 p.m.

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Air Force
Airman
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ed from basic
military. Hart
training at
Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
The airman completed an
intensive, eight-week pro-
gram that included training
in military discipline and
studies, Air Force core val-
ues, physical fitness, and
basic warfare principles and
skills.
Airmen who complete
basic training earn four
credits toward an associate
in applied science degree
through the Community
College of the Air Force.
She is the daughter of
Robert and Dianna Hart of
Marianna, and granddaugh-
ter of Gayle Hart of Malone.
Hart is a 2008 graduate of
Marianna High School.

Sneads grad
completes basic
Air Force training
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Air Force
Airman
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uated from
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training at
Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas. The air-
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eight-week program that
included training in military
discipline and studies, Air
Force core values, physical
fitness, and basic warfare
principles and skills.
Airmen who complete
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through the Community
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Oil spi
BY BILL KACZOR
AssoclATED PRESS WRITER

GULF BREEZE -
Debbie Gunnoe wanted to
work as a volunteer clean-
ing tar balls and oil from
the sugar white beaches of
Florida Panhandle that she
loves so much, but she's
been rebuffed.
BP PLC has turned away
Gunnoe and other would-
be volunteers because the
oil giant is using only paid
and trained' workers to
clean up the mess caused
by its oil spill in the Gulf of
Mexico.
Instead, the retired Air
Force lieutenant colonel
and nearly 70 other like-
minded citizens are helping
in a less 'direct way as visi-
tor information volunteers
at the Gulf Islands National
Seashore. They are being
stationed at various
National Seashore areas to


answer visitors' questions,
report sightings of tar balls,
oil or oil-soaked wildlife
and offer safety tips - the
oil is classified as a haz-
ardous material.
"I'm quite concerned
about our way of life and
I'm frustrated with what's
going on," said Gunnoe,
55, of nearby Navarre. "It's
the first opportunity I've
heard where the people
who live in the area can
actually get out and do
something and make a dif-
ference."
SGunnoe is among 48
people who signed up after
a pair of training sessions
Sunday at the National
Seashore's headquarters .in
this Pensacola suburb.
They will join 20 others
previously trained, includ-
ing Tony Mitkevicious, 62,
a retired civil service work-
er from Pensacola.
"It's beautiful out here,"


Mitkevicious said Monday
at the National Seashore's
Opal Beach area. "I see
dolphins every day out in
the gulf, sting rays, a lot of
fish. I meet a lot of people
from all over and they're
really nice."
As Mitkevicious spoke a
BP cleanup crew began
looking for oil and tar
balls, but he doubted they'd
find any. He said he already
had walked the beach and
didn't see anything.
Each volunteer is com-
mitted to spending at least
one three-hour shift each
week for three months at
beaches on a pair of barrier
islands or the' Seashore's
campground.
"One of the biggest
things for us is that the gulf
has seen it's share of disas-
ters - natural - but this is
something they haven't
seen and there's a lot of
questions and a lot of con-


fusion," said park ranger
Kirby Shedlowski, who is
on loan from Fort
McHenry in Baltimore.
"By having volunteers out
on the beaches' talking to
the public it's allowing that
stream of information to
get out."
The volunteers also can
serve as a sounding board
for visitors who are frus-
trated or angry about the
spill and keep them from
distracting BP clean up
crews, Shedlowski said.
She told them, though, that
they must keep their opin-
ions to themselves.
Finally, the program is a'
response to, the pent up
frustration that Gunnoe and
others have experienced
about being shut out of the
recovery effort.
"This is giving them an
outlet, for them to feel like
they are doing something,
talking to the public, which


is very important,". said
Sarah Codde, another
ranger on temporary duty
from Point Reyes National
Seashore, Calif.
Pat Schlueter, 64, a
mechanical engineer who
retired to Navarre from
Indianapolis, tried to vol-
unteer with a local wildlife
refuge, offering to help
clean up birds and other
creatures, but said he ran
into a Catbh 22.
"You've got to be
licensed," Schlueter said.
"You have to be experi-
enced to be licensed, but
you have to have a license
to get experience."
He also took hazmat
training for people seeking
BP cleanup jobs in hopes
that he could, instead, vol-
unteer for that work. Again
he was rebuffed, but he
doesn't want to take a paid
job he doesn't need.
"The pay is good and
there are a lot of people out
of work who can really use
it," he said.
The volunteers include a
Perdido Key couple who
have had more free time
lately due to the spill.


Michael Bounds, 62, is a
sound engineer for bands
that are having difficulty
finding gigs because atten-
dance at night clubs is
down. His wife, Sue, 54, is
a bookkeeper for an
antique shop and other
businesses.
"If they close, I close,"
she said.
It's more than just having
more time, though,
Michael Bounds said.
"I believe in public serv-
ice; in this case it's almost
a personal service because
we live in Perdido Key," he
said. "My wife has been so
upset lately that we talked
to one another and figured
out something we could do
to help, and this is what we
could do."
Gunnoe said she's still
frustrated she can't do
more to protect what she
considers her home.
"What are they going to
do if I show up with a
scooper and plastic bags or
a bucket to put this in?" she
asked.
"They need to deal with
people like me and not turn
us away."


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National Park Service visitor information volunteer Tony Mitkevicious, 62, a retired civil service worker from
Pensacola, stands on Opal Beach, part of the Gulf Islands National Seashore headquartered at Gulf Breeze, Fla.,
on Monday as a BP clean up crew looks for tar balls or oil to pick up from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Mitkevicious
said he walked the beach before the BP crew got there and didn't see anything. He 's one of nearly 70 people
who have volunteered to to offer safety tips about the spill, answer visitors' questions and report sightings of tar
balls, oil or oil-soaked wildlife. -AP Photo by Bill Kaczor




Sen. Nelson visits affected beaches


WMBB NEWS 13

DESTIN - Sen. Bill
Nelson is taking a plan
back to Washington - a
plan to protect Destin
Pass, and a plan to help
improve communication
among the county and fed-
eral governments.
According. to Destin
Mayor Sam Seevers, the
plan places several barges
connected to deepwater
booms to catch the oil
before it gets into the pass.
Sen. nelson and Mayor
Seevers took a Florida
Fish and Wildlife boat out
to see the area near Destin
Pass.
Mayor Seevers
explained to Sen. Nelson
how the city's plan will
work. Four barges, con-
nected by booms, will get
the oil on the surface,
while tubes will take care
of oil under the surface.


"Once it's dispersed, it
can go down into the
water, column,"' Seevers
explained. "These are
designed to shoot air
directly up, and we're
going to have skimmers
over the top, so anything
through the water colurin,
it'll get shifted up to the
surface and then skimmed'
off onto the top."
But Seevers said the
state .had only made five
skimmers available, to
cover - the area from
Pensacola to Panama City.
S"We need .more skim-
mers all throughout there,"
he said. "We've said that
since day one."
Seevers said red tape
from both the Coast Guard
and the state Department
of Environmental
Protection has been a huge
problem.
Sen. Nelson said this'
lack of communication


and coordination has been
confirmed by other
Panhandle officials,
including Walton County
Sheriff Michael Adkinson.
"We're going to have to
get more of .a military-
type command structure to
command and control,"
the senator said.
"Personally, I' think .it
ought to be the U.S. Navy
... that will operate,
instead of BP being part of
it and the Coast Guard
being part of it. There's
where you get the break-
down in the command and
control."
Sen. Nelson, and Sen.
Barbara Boxer of
California has written
Pres. Barack Qbama to
encourage him to put the
Navy in charge.
Mayor Seevers said the
barges to be placed at the
mouth of Destin Pass have
,been purchased, and have


Summer children's programs set at Chipola


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Chipola College will
offer programs for children
of all ages this summer.
Chipola softball coach
Belinda Hendrix will offer
two softball camps.
A Fielding, Hitting, and
Hustling Camp for all ages
will meet June 21-22, from
1 to 4 p.m. Cost is $50.
A 'Pitching Camp for all-
ages will meet June 23,
from 1 to 4 p.m. Cost is
$50.
For information, contact
coach Hendrix at 718-
2358.
Swimming lessons will
be offered for ages four and
up.
Lessons are based on a,
combination of nationally-
recognized methods.
The following sessions
are. scheduled: Session 2:


Missing teen

found safe
STAFF REPORT

Authorities report that
Sebrina Johnson, a teenager
reported missing last week,
has been found and returned
to her parents. She was
located Saturday, June 19.


June 21-July 1, registration
deadline is June 14;
Session 3: July 12-22, reg-
istration deadline is July 6;
and Session 4: Aug. 2-12,
registration deadline is July
26. Classes are available at
9 a.m., 10 a.m. or 7 p.m.
Sessions are. Monday
through Thursday for two
weeks of 45-minute les-
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$5 late registration fee.
An Adult Swimming
class is scheduled for July
26 - July 29 with classes
available at 10 a.m. and 7
p.m. Registration deadline
is July 19. Cost is $40.
For information, call
pool manager Rance
Massengill at 718-2473.


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SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 2010 6:00-9:00 P.M.
Jackson County Agricultural Center
2741 Penn Avenue, Marianna
Tickets: $40 per individual or $75 per couple
Attire: Garden Social

Guest will enjoy an evening filled with art, tasting, exhibits, live music and a
delicious dinner. The featured garden art for 2010 will be custom constructed
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Jackson County Floridan * Tuesday, June 22, 2010 - 5A


Sexual predator treatment squeezes state budgets


BY MARTIGA LOHN
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

MOOSE LAKE, Minn. -
Keeping sex offenders locked up
in treatment after they finish their
prison sentences emerged as a
popular get-tough tactic in the
1990s, when states were flush
with cash. But the costs have
soared far beyond what anyone
envisioned.
An Associated Press analysis
found that the 20 states with so-
called "civil commitment" pro-
grams will spend nearly $500
million this year alone to confine
and treat 5,200 offenders still'
considered too dangerous to put
back on the streets.
The annual costs per offender
topped out at $175,000 in New
York and $173,000 in California,
and averaged $96,000 a year,
about double what it would cost
to send them to an Ivy League
university. In some states, like
Minnesota, sex offender treat-
ment costs more than five times
more than keeping offenders in
prison. And those estimates do
not include the considerable legal
expenses necessary to commit
someone.
The programs have created a
political quandary for lawmakers
who desperately need to cut
spending in the midst of a reces-
sion but don't want to be seen as
soft on rapists and child moles-
ters.
"I've heard people in a lot of
the states quietly say, 'Oh, my
God, I wish we'd never gotten
this law,'"' said W. Lawrence
Fitch, a professor at the
University of Maryland School of


In this photo taken Wednesday Troy Ray watches television in his
room, inside the Civil Commitment Unit for Sexual Offenders
(CCUSO) unit that is part of the Cherokee Mental Health Institute
in Cherokee, Iowa. - AP Photo/Steve Pope:


Law. "No one would ever dare
offer repeal because it's just
untenable."
The laws target sex offenders
who are considered likely to
strike again. When one of them is
close to finishing a prison sen-
tence, prosecutors file a civil case
to prove that person still threatens
the public and needs treatment. If
the court agrees, the prisoner is
committed in much the same way
that someone with a serious men-
tal illness would be sent to an
institution.
The heavy financial burden of
treating confined sex offenders
has left lawmakers with less
money as they make agonizing
cuts to areas like education and
health care. Politicians.who spent
years cracking down on sex
crimes now struggle to pay for
their tougher laws.
"It's easy to say, 'Lock every-
body up and throw away the


key,'" said state Rep. Michael
Paymar, a St. Paul Democrat who
heads a public safety budget
panel. "But it's just not practi-
cal."
The laws have withstood legal
challenges all the way to the
Supreme Court. They are consid-
ered constitutional as long as
their purpose is treatment, not
detention. But living up to that
standard can cost far more than
traditional prison. And the costs
persist for years because most
inmates will never be released.
The programs have given rise
to new and bigger treatment cen-
ters: California opened a 1,500-
bed facility for sexual predators
in 2005. Minnesota. opened a
400-bed building, last year and
plans another, expansion at
Moose Lake, 110 miles. north of
the Twin Cities.
The Moose Lake complex,
located just off the highway lead-


ing to this woodsy Minnesota
town, looks like a medium-secu-
rity prison, with layers of secure
doors and guards monitoring cell
blocks of patients.
More than 400 men live there
behind tall fences topped with
razor wire. They spend their days
shuffling between meals, group
therapy sessions and activities
such as painting state park signs.
The confinement is costly
mainly because of the need to
hire behavioral therapists, social
workers, psychologists and psy-
chiatrists.
For every 25 to 50 offenders,
there is a five- to six-member
treatment team. Parts of the facil-
ity resemble a community col-
lege campus, with chairs
arranged around the edges of
rooms for group therapy sessions.
There is a separate unit for about
8 percent.of the sex offenders
who refuse to participate in treat-
ment, and another one for aging
clients, some of whom use
wheelchairs and walkers.
"They had no idea 10 years
ago, seven years ago, what this
program was going to cost," said
Dennis Benson, a former prison
warden who now oversees
Minnesota's civilly committed
sex offenders.
SMinnesota already spends $65
million a year to house and treat
sex offenders. State lawmakers
usually don't complain about the
costs, but they balked when Gov.
Tim Pawlenty asked to borrow
$90 million to complete the
expansion of the Moose Lake
facility.:
They eventually gave him slightly
more than half that amount, despite


a growing deficit of $1 billion.
"We have to cut something else
to pay for it," said Sen. Linda
Berglin, a Minneapolis Democrat
who supervises the budget for
civil-commitment cases as head
of a health and welfare spending
panel.
In most states, the number of
confined sex offenders has
steadily increased, requiring
ever-greater spending.
Iowa spends nearly $7 million
to confine 80 offenders, almost
double 2005's $3.6 million budg-
et for 48 patients. Virginia's pro-
gram has swelled from 45
patients five years ago. to more
'than 200 this year, with annual
costs climbing from $10 million
to almost $16 million.
Some states have steered clear
of the civil-commitment system,
partly because of financial rea-
sons. In Louisiana, legislation
died last year after top lawmakers
questioned the cost and constitu-
tional issues. Vermont legislators
rejected a similar proposal.
There is also the continuing
debate about whether psycholog-
ical treatment of sex offenders
has any real effect on making
predators less threatening.
Fitch, the Maryland expert,
said research suggests that treat-
ment lowers their risk of commit-
ting more sex crimes only.slight-
ly, something less than 20 per-
cent. He said states without civil
commitment for sex offenders
tend to focus on controlling
behavior more than psychology.
Colorado, for example, manages
them through intensive supervi-
sion, lie-detector tests, tracking
devices and counseling.


Head of spill victims fund pledges fast payments


BY MICHAEL KUNZELMAN
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

NEW ORLEANS - The administrator of a.
$20 billion fund to compensate Gulf oil spill
victims pledged Monday to speed payment of
claims as a federal judge considered whether to
lift a six-month moratorium on new deepwater
drilling.
Kenneth Feinberg, who has been tapped by
the White House to run the fund, said many peo-
ple are in desperate financial straits and need
immediate relief.
"We want to get these claims out quicker," he
said. "We Want to get these claims out with more
transparency."
SFeinberg, who ran the claim fund set up for.
victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks,
said BP has paid out over $100 million so far.
Various estimates place total claims so far in
excess of $600 million.
BP said it has spent $2 billion fighting the
spill for the last two months and compensating
victims, with no end in sight. It's likely to be at
least August before crews finish two relief wells
that are the best chance of stopping the flow of
oil.
The British oil giant released its latest tally of
response costs, including $105 million paid out
so far to 32,000 claimants. That figure does not
include the $20 billion fund BP PLC last week
agreed to set up for residents and businesses hurt
by the spill.
Also Monday, the government sent BP a
$51.4 million bill for the response effort. BP has
already paid two other bills totaling $70.9 mil-
lion.
Shares of BP, which have lost about half their
value since the 'April' 20 oil rig disaster that
killed 11 workers, fell nearly 3 percent Monday
in New York trading to $30.86. The rig was
owned by Transocean Ltd. but run by BP
BP chief executive Tony Hayward canceled a
scheduled Tuesday appearance at a London oil
conference, citing his commitment to the Gulf
relief effort. The last-minute pullout followed
stinging criticism of Hayward's attendance at a
yacht race on the Isle of Wight off the coast of
southern England on Saturday.


Beating


asserted that Lloyd had been to
Delk's home at least once before,
with a woman who cleaned'Delk's
home. It was then that Lloyd saw
the victim with hundreds of dollars
and later helped plan the robbery,
according to Hess.
Only one of the four was
accused of striking the fatal blows.
That man, Toriano Grant,
entered a plea to second-degree
murder and robbery with a deadly
weapon. He was also to be sen-
tenced Monday, but was granted
more time to prepare for his hear-
ing.
The fourth defendant, Kendrick
Brown, entered a plea of no con-
test to robbery with a, deadly
weapon, He was sentenced to serve
30 years.
The state had offered to recom-
mend a reduced sentence in
exchange for cooperative testimo-
ny from Brown, as it had for
Pullum. But at Lloyd's trial, Brown
changed his story. Brown was sen-
tenced to the full 30 years.


President Barack Obama's administration has
also been struggling to show it is responding
forcefully to the spill, which has gushed any-
where from 68 million to 126 millions gallons of
oil into the Gulf.
As part of that effort, the Interior Department
halted the approval of any new permits for
deepwater drilling and suspended drilling at 33
existing exploratory wells in the Gulf.
But a lawsuit filed by Hornbeck Offshore
Services of Covington, La., claims the govern-
ment arbitrarily imposed the moratorium with-
out any proof that the operations posed a threat.'
Hornbeck says the moratorium could cost
Louisiana thousands of jobs and millions of dol-
lars in lost wages.
After hearing two hours of arguments
Monday in New Orleans federal court, Judge
Martin Feldman said he will decide by
Wednesday whether to overturn the moratorium.
Plaintiffs' attorney Carl Rosenblum said the
six-month suspension of drilling work could
prove more economically devastating than the
spill itself.
"This is an unprecedented industrywide shut-
down. Never before has 'the government done
this," Rosenblum told the judge Monday.
Government lawyers said the Interior
Department has demonstrated that industry reg-
ulators need more time to study the risks of
deepwater drilling and identify ways to make it
safer.
"The safeguards and regulations in place on
April 20 did not create a sufficient margin of
safety," said Justice Department attorney
Guillermo Montero.
Feldman asked a government lawyer why the
Interior Department decided to suspend deep-
water drilling after the rig explosion when it
didn't bar oil tankers from Alaskan waters after
the Exxon Valdez spill in 1989 or take similar
actions in the wake of other industrial accidents.
"The Deepwater Horizon blowout was a
game-changer," Montero said. "It really illus-
trates the risks that are inherent in deepwater
drilling."
Feldman asked Rosenblum if it's true that a
recent Securities and Exchange Commission fil-
ing by Hornbeck suggests "basically things are


SAt the Monday sentencing,
family members and friends of the
defendants and the victim spoke to
the judge before he made his deci-
sion.
In Pullum's case, his adoptive
father stood beside him but didn't
,speak. Instead, he had Pullum read
a letter that his adoptive father had
written. ,.
The letter spoke of Pullum's
family traumas, his diagnosis of
attention deficit and bipolar disor-
ders, his drug use, and other prob-
lems he hoped would sway the
judge toward mercy.
Pullum also read a similar letter
his adoptive mother had written,
and, at times teary-eyed, had to
stop periodically to compose him-
self as he read it.
Pullum also addressed Delk's
family, offering his condolences
and expressing remorse for the
pain Delk's death caused.
After he finished, .the victim's
granddaughter used her time to
talk about that pain.


pretty good" for the company and it can,survive
the moratorium. Rosenblum said the full impact
of the shutdown cannot be calculated.
"Thousands of businesses will be affected,"
he said. '"These dominoes are falling as we
speak."
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's office filed a
brief supporting the plaintiffs' suit. A lawyer for
the state told Feldman that the federal govern-
ment did not consult Louisiana officials before
imposing the moratorium, in violation of feder-
al law.
Catherine Wannamaker, a lawyer for several
environmental groups that support the moratori-
um, said six months, is a reasonable time for
drilling to be suspended while the government
studies the risks and regulations governing the
industry.
"The risks here are new," she said.
Government lawyers said the plaintiffs
haven't seen much of the data that served as the
basis for the Interior Department's decision to
suspend drilling operations.
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar "wants
to be sure deepwater drilling is as safe as we all
thought it was on the day before the incident on
April 20," said government lawyer Brian
Collins.
U.S. District Judge Nancy Atlas in Houston
listened to Monday's hearing over the tele-
phone. Atlas is presiding over a similar case
against the Interior Department filed by
Diamond Offshore Co., which operates a fleet of
drilling rigs.
Along the coast Monday, some cleanup work-
ers reported progress.
On Barataria Bay off the coast of Louisiana,
thick globs of oil that washed onto marshy
islands a week ago had disappeared, leaving a
mass of stained bushes and partly yellowed
grasses.
Blackened lengths of boom surrounded the
islands, which were still teeming with brown
pelicans, gulls and other seabirds, some with
visible signs of oil on their plumage. Nearby,
shrimp boats that have been transformed into
skimmers hauled absorbent booms across the
water's surface, collecting some of the remain-


ing oil.


'When my five-year-old son
wants to go see his great-grandfa-
ther, I have to take him to the'
cemetery," Rachel Barber said
through tears.
"Just because he (Pullum) was
cooperative doesn't change the fact
that my grandfather is in the
ground now ... for $22 and a cell
phone," she said, speaking of the
money and personal property taken
in the robbery.
Lloyd's family and friends also
spoke at his hearing. One spoke of
Lloyd being violently assaulted
and held at knifepoint at the age of
13, another of his significant hear-
ing loss and his being easily mis-
led.
They pointed out that he didn't
physically participate in the rob-
bery, and said he didn't realize any
violence was going to be done to
the victim.
But Delk's daughter, Charlene
Dilmore, was emotional as she
spoke of her father and a deathbed
promise she made him, and one


Theft


without her permission.
The victim filed a complaint
with authorities June 17, claiming
Tipton came to the Ruby Tuesday
restaurant and took her 1994 Ford
Taurus that evening around 7 p.m.
Tipton claims to be the lein-
holder on the -vehicle, according to
Jackson County Sheriff's Office


Donnie Branch. But Tipton pro-
duced no document giving him the
right to take the vehicle.
Tipton was arrested June 18. He
returned to work.Monday and will
not face any suspension or other
action on the job related to his
arrest at this point, according to
county Human Resources Director


Lennetta Loman-Greene.
Tipton reported in to his depart-
ment about his absence last Friday,
the day of his arrest. He operates
heavy equipment and performs
road maintenance for Jackson
County.
A few years ago, Tipton won a
$17,000- settlement against the


Continued From Page 1A


she'd made to her mother earlier.
She said that, as her mother was
near death, 'she promised that she'd
look out for and take care of Delk.
Now, she said, she's wracked by
guilt, and struggles with feelings
that she failed to keep that prom-
ise.
As her father drew his last breath
in a hospital room, Dilmore said
she held his hand and made him a
promise, as well. "Daddy, we love
you, we'll always miss you, and
we will see justice."
He described her father as a lov-
ing man who "would have done
anything for anybody."
She went on to say that dealing
with the loss of her father hasn't
gotten any easier with the passage
of time, and asked the judge to
impose a sentence that would help
her keep her promise to her father.
Cottondale Police Chief William
Watford also asked the judge to
impose a stiff sentence, saying
Lloyd by his actions "set the man
up to be killed."


Continued From Page 1A

county after filing a lawsuit related
to his pay. He had complained after
a promotion that the county did not
initially carry his years of service
forward in calculating his new
salary. Although a correction was
made, he filed that suit, which was
settled by the county's insurance
company.


Forgery
Continued From Page 1A

check for $799.63. The
check was reported as coun-
terfeit by the owner of the
business whose name was
on the check, Bockwith
Holdings Inc.
Last November, business
owner John C. Bockwith
reported the existence of
counterfeit checks bearing
his company's name.
According to the com-
plaint, video surveillance.
footage from Wal-Mart
shows Hayes with a suspect
check, which was endorsed
by and made payable to
him.


Killed
Continued From Page 1A

The car rolled over sever-
al times, ejecting Anderson
out the front passenger side
window.
Anderson, 39, was
attended at the scene by
Holmes County emergency
workers, and was transport-
ed to Doctors Memorial
Hospital in Bonifay. She
was pronounced dead on
arrival thete.


OBITUARIES

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

Hellon Louise
Hall

Hellon Louise Hall, 84, of
Marianna died Friday, June
18, 2010, in Marianna.
Born in Tampa, Mrs..Hall
had resided in Jackson
County for many years. She
was a former employee of
Warners Sewing Factory
and a member of the
Friendship Baptist Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Wallace Hall; and her pa-
rents, Cleo and Pearl Mil-
ton Teagle.
Survivors include two
sons, Curtis Rowan of Ma-
rianna and Richard Rowan
of California; two daugh-
ters, Linda Wilson of Ma-
lone, and Barbara Rowan
of Montana; 18 grandchil-
dren; and 14 great-
grandchildren. Local
grandchildren include
Scott Rowan and Chris
Rowan, both of Cypress,
Wendy ' Calloway of
Bascom, Tammy Smith of
Marianna, April Doty of
Tallahassee, and Christo-
pher Rowan of Malone.
The viewing will be 6 to 8
p.m. Tuesday, June 22, at
Maddox Chapel.,
Interment in the Friend-
ship Baptist Cemetery will
take place at a later date,
with James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting


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Environmental Restoration

Health and Safety
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How To File A Claim
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Dixie


Angels


10-run


Franklin
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Dixie Youth
Angels softball team is two wins
closer to a district championship
and a chance to head to the state
tournament.
Friday night, the Angels 10-run
ruled Franklin County 12-0,
before falling Saturday 8-1 to
Altha. The Angels rebounded
Sunday with a 4-0 win against
Port St. Joe.
In Friday night's game, Bailee
Childs was in the circle for
Marianna and pitched a shutout
through three innings. Sydnee
Goodson came on to close out the
final inning of play. Childs
allowed two walks, no hits'and no
runs, while striking out nine bat-
ters. Goodson was equal to the
task, issuing one walk while fan-
ning three in one inning of work.
Offensively, the Angels were
led by Goodson and Valerie Sims
with two hits each. Jordan
Corbin, Alyssa Coward, Childs,
Lauren McCallister, Jordan Sapp,
Ashton Jeter and Ansley Carter
all picked up one hit each.
In Saturday's game, Sims took
the loss for Marianna. Goodson
came on in relief to allow one run
through four innings of work,
while striking out nine batters.
Marianna was held to just two
hits on the night, both singles by
McCallister and Goodson.
Sunday, the Angels took the
field with Childs in the circle.
After loading the bases on three
straight walks, Childs retired the
next three in order on strikeouts
to get out of the inning with no
runs crossing the plate.
Childs recorded 15 strikeouts
on the day, allowing only four
walks and no hits.
Sims tripled to lead the Angels,
followed by doubles from Childs
and Lea Edge. Corbitt and
Goodson both picked up singles.
The Angels were scheduled to
take the field Monday at 6 p.m. in
Carrabelle against Sneads. A win
would put them in the champi-
onship game immediately follow-
ing the 6 p.m. game. Results of
that game were not available at
press time.


S, TUESDAY



Bulldogs win three of four

BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT


The Marianna Bulldogs baseball team con-
tinued their summer play Sunday at Bozeman
High School in Panama City, with a 1-1 split
in double header action.
On Saturday, Marianna picked up two more
wins against Chipley and Franklin County.
Game One was a 12-1 Marianna win over
the Blue Sox. Chris Godwin picked up the
win, going four innings, before giving way to
Jaren Bannerman for two innings. Trenton
Nobles closed out the game in the final
inning.
Marianna plated two runs in the first
inning. Tyler Hampton reached on an error,
and scored on back-to-back singles by Dustin
O'Hearn and Jaren Bannerman. Bannerman
scored on a ground out to third by Godwin.
Reid Long had the only hit of the second
inning for the Bulldogs
In the third inning, the Dogs couldn't capi-
talize on a walk and an error, but plated seven
runs in the fourth inning. Hampton singled
and, with one out, O'Hearn singled to set the
stage for Jaren Bannerman's three-run shot.
Godwin reached on an error at third, with
Golden taking advantage of a shortstop error
to put runners on the comers. With one out,
Trenton Nobles doubled home Godwin, and
Michael Mader followed with an RBI double.
Kody Bryan and Heath Roberts followed with
a pair of singles to score Mader, before a
fielders choice ended the inning.
Three more runs scored in the game, off of
singles by O'Hearn, Hampton and Golden.
The second game for the Bulldogs Sunday
ended in a 9-7 loss for Marianna. Michael
Mader took the loss, giving up seven runs in
2 1/3 innings of work. Mader allowed seven
hits, issued two walks and had two errors
committed behind him. Kaidd Golden came
on in relief and gave up no runs on two walks
and one hit. Austin Lombardo closed out the
game, giving up two runs on two walks and
two hits.
Offensively, the Bulldogs were sluggish
through two innings, before Kody Bryan sin-
gled in the third. Reid Long followed with a
single, and Nobles picked up an RBI on a sin-
gle to score Bryan.
Four runs crossed the plate in the fifth
inning. O'Hearn led off with a walk, and
moved to second on a single by Godwin. Both
runners advanced a base on a wild pitch,
before Bannerman's walk loaded the bases.
Michael Lamb picked up an RBI when he
was awarded first due to catcher's interfer-
ence. Brandon Burch picked up an RBI on a
single. A fielder's choice by Bryan got
Bannerman at home, but left the bases loaded.
Heath Roberts drew a walk, picking up an
RBI before a strikeout and a fly out ended the
inning.
The sixth run came in the sixth inning.
O'Hearn and Godwin were both hit by a
pitch, with O'Heam taking home on a throw-


wins in four games this weekend. -Contributed photo


ing error by the pitcher.
The final run came in the seventh inning.
With one out, Long walked, stole second and
scored on a single by Noblems. Tristen
Tharpe followed with a single, but a double
play ball ended the inning and the game.
The Bulldogs also picked up a pair of wins
Saturday against Chipley and Franklin
County.
The Dawgs took a 3-1 win over the Chipley
Tigers. Alex Bigale took the mound for the
Bulldogs and picked up'the win. The game
was called in the third inning due to lightning.
Bigale went the distance, giving up one run
on three walks, two hits and one error..
Marianna scored one run in the first inning,
off of a lead-off single by Bradly Middleton.
Tyler Colson singled to put runners on the
comers. With one out, Bigale helped himself
out with a sac fly to centerfield to score
Middleton. A ground out ended the inning.
Two runs scored in the second inning. J. T.
Meadows reached on an error at short, before
a second error allowed Tyler Hampton to
reach first safely. With one out, Michael
Mader took one for the team to load the
bases. Middleton singled home Meadows,
with Colson picking up an RBI on a single. A
fielder's choice and a fly out to right field
ended the inning.


Marianna handed Franklin'County an 8-0
loss behind the pitching of Jae Elliott. Elliott
went five innings, giving up no runs on one
hit, with one error committed behind him,
and no walks.
The Bulldogs scored one in the second
inning, when Colson led off with a walk and
moved to second on a sacrifice by Walker
Roberts. A single by Middleton scored
Colson.
Three more runs crossed the plate in the
third inning. With one out, Elliott reached on
an error at third. A walk to Mason Melvin put
runners on the comers for Zack Smith's two-
RBI double. With two outs, Roberts and
Middletonhad back to back singles to score
Smith, before a fly out to the catcher ended
the inning.
Smith led off the fifth inning with a triple,
and scored with one out on a single by
Clayte Rooks. Rooks took second on the
throw, and scored on a double by Middleton.
Mader singled home a run before the inning
ended at 7-0.
The final Marianna run came in the sixth
inning. With one out, Melvin took one for
the team, and moved to second on a single
by Smith. Bigale singled to load the bases. J.
T. Meadows was hit by a pitch to score the
run.


Marianna AA picks up three wins


Abigail 'Abby' Williams


Williams

places in

her first

triathalon


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Marianna AA team
picked up three wins last week,
defeating Bonifay twice and
Cottondale once.
In a June 11 game, Marianna
beat Bonifay 13-1. Ben Wiggins
lead in offense with three hits.
Carey Griggin had two hits, one
a triple, while Caleb Torbett and
Sam Wiggins both had two hits,
one a double. Also recording
two hits each were Malachi
McNealy, Wilton Pittman and
John Maddox.
On June 15, Marianna faced
Cottondale and won 18-1.
Caleb Torbett had three hits,
including a double. Wilton
Pittman, Dekarion Sims and
Carey Griffin also had three
hits.
One June 16, Marianna had a
rematch with Bonifay and
blanked them 10-0. Caleb
Torbett led the offense with
three hits, including a home run.
Wilton Pittman and Dekarion
Sims also had three hits, while
Malachi McNealy and Sam
Wiggins recorded two hits
apiece.


Left to right, front row, Malachi McNealy, Sami Almaswari, Caleb Torbett, Sterlin Crumpler, Brady
Donaldson, Austin Malloy; back row, coach Larry Waldron, head coach Bryan Wiggins, Garrett
Roper, Dekarion Sims, Wilton Pittman, Carey Griffin, Sam Wiggins, Ben Wiggins, John Maddox and
coach Wayne Malloy. -Contributed photo


Marianna Dixie All-Stars snuff out Chipley


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Abigail "Abbey" Williams, 12,
of Dothan, Ala. took first place in
the 11-15 year old female divi-
sion, and second place overall,
male and female, in her first
triathlon Saturday in Pelham,
Ala.
Williams is a member of the
U.S. Swimming Association and
the Dothan Dolphins swim team,
where she competes in Florida,
Georgia and Alabama. She
attends Beverlye Magnet School
in Dothan, Ala. Parents are Jason,
formerly of Marianna, and Tara
Williams of Dothan, Ala.; grand-
parents include Mike and Linda
Thompson of Marianna.


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Dixie O-Zone.
'All-Stars team cruised to their
first district win Friday night,
with a solid 19-3 victory over
Chipley. The district tournament
is being held in Alford this year.
Jake Dafffin took the mound
for Marianna and pitched three
innings, giving up one run, a solo
shot, striking out five batters
while allowing just two hits and
one walk. Trent Charles came on
in the fourth inning and walked
four batters, before being
relieved by Ethan Strickland,
who struck out the first batter.
The second batter Strickland


faced was hit by a pitch to plate
another run, before the next two-
went down swinging to end the
inning and the game.
Marianna scored one run in the
first inning. With one out,
Charles singled, and scored on a
-single by Hunter Eddins. Maxx
Harrell doubled, but Eddins was
out trying to take home on the
play to end the inning.
Marianna scored another run in
the second inning. Quaidd Van
Huss singled to slartl Ilini , off,
stole second, and moved to third
on a sac bunt by Jared Ilendrix.
Strickland picked up an RBI sin-
gle to score Van Huss.
Marianna picked up six runs in
the third inning, to move to an 8-
F


1 lead. Landon Tharpe got things
going with a single. With one out,
Matthew Shouse drew a walk.
Charles singled to score Tharpe,
before Daffin helped himself out
with a three-run shot over the.
fence. Eddins added another shot
to make it back to back home
runs in the inning. Harrell dou-
bled, with Hendrix joining the hit
parade with an RBI single, before
a fly out to center ended the
inning.
Eleven runs crossed the plate
for Marianna in the fourth inning.
Evans singled and stole second,
with Shouse drawing his second
walk of the game. A fielder's
choice got Charles at third, but a
walk to Daffin loaded the bases


for Eddins two-RBI double. Van
Huss singled, and an error at third
allowed Hendrix to reach safely
and load the bases. Strickland
picked up an RBI when he took
one for the team. Evans drew an
RBI walk, with Shouse ground-
ing to second to score another
run. Charles had a two-RBI dou-
ble, with Daffin following with
an RBI double. Eddins continued
the hitting frenzy when he sin-
gled home another run. Harrell
drew a walk, but a fly out to short
ended the inning.
The Marianna All-Stars will
take the field Tuesday night in
hopes of moving one step closer
to the district championship.
Game time is 6 p.m. in Alford.


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Emotional abuse


SDear Annie: My son and his family have
been estranged from us for six years. We dis-
covered the reason was that his wife was
spreading vicious lies. When I caught her in
one particular lie, she left a message saying,
"To us you are dead." I assume my son
believed her lies, because he does not contact
us at all. I have tried to mend the relationship,
but every time there seems to be a lit-
tle headway, she comes up with ,
something new. I know she wants
an apology from me. I would do
that, but I'm sure she will use it
as proof that her lies were true. t
I love my son, and not seeing
the grandkids is hurting my hus- A .
band and me terribly. I pray daily
for a miracle that will bring us
together again. - Brokenhearted
Dear Broken: Some spouses (and it is
primarily wives) are so insecure that they
need to control every aspect of the marriage,
and that requires alienating the in-laws. It
borders on emotional abuse. It also requires a
partner who doesn't recognize what's happen-
ing or lacks the spine to take a stand.
You cannot change your daughter-in-law's
personality, and you apparently cannot con-
vince your son that she is a liar. He also may be
unwilling to rock the boat at home by. ques-
tioning her. Your choice is to remain estranged
or to apologize repeatedly. An apology does
not have to be an admission of guilt. Tell your
daughter-in-law you are truly sorry for upset-
ting her, and make sure you say it in front of


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may be the only way to have any kind of rela-
tionship.
Dear Annie: I am a hairdresser and have a
problem saying "no." My family and friends
expect me to do their hair for free. It started
when I said "yes" to one, and now I have 10
people who think I should do their hair. I used
to do it at work, but it became too difficult. So
now, after a 50-hour workweek stand-.
ing on my feet all day with my back
aching, everyone wants me to
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i r I believe they are taking advan-
A i tage of me. I honestly don't want
to do anyone's hair anymore. I
\ ave to bring all my equipment to
/ \ their homes, and they never offer to
SC \1\ Sgive me a dime. How do I put an
i v end to this? I would never expect
--- anyone to do this for me. Why
Y can't I say "no"? - Sick of Saying
Yes in N.C.
Dear N.C.: You obviously don't want to
disappoint anyone, but they are definitely tak-
ing advantage of you. If it's too hard to say
"no," try making yourself less available. Tell
Sis your back aches and you cannot do one
more head of hair that day. Or the next. Tell
Aunt Judy your feet are killing you and you're
staying home. It might help to stand in front of
the mirror and practice what you plan to say.
Put some starch in your backbone, honey, or
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"She'd like the complete works of someone
who didn't write too much."


Raymond Chandler claimed: "At least half the mystery novels
published violate the law that.the solution, once revealed, must
seem to be inevitable."
Each bridge writer hopes that at the end of any column, once
the correct declarer;play or defense has been revealed, the read-
er is not mystified. Take this deal as an example. South is in four
spades. After West leads his singleton heart, how should the play
proceed? North might have responded two no-trump, assuming
that would have to show a balanced hand with 13-15 points and
fewer than four spades. But the lack of a heart stopper makes a
two-club response preferable. After Norths three-spade rebid
announced three-card spade support and game-forcing values,
South expressed slam interest with his four-diamond control-bid
(cue-bid). North, though, with such bad major-suit holdings,
signed off at four spades.
East takes the first trick with his heart ace and returns the heart
four, his lowest heart being a suit-preference signal for clubs.
West ruffs and shifts to a club, East winning with his ace and
leading another heart, which declarer takes in his hand, and West
discards a club. To make his contract, South must avoid losing
another trump trick. Who has the spade queen?
If West had the queen, he would have ruffed with her majesty
at trick four to defeat the contract. So East must have the queen.
Declarer cashes his spade ace, plays a diamond to dummy's ace,
then leads a low spade to his 10. When the finesse works, South
cashes his spade king and claims.


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2002 Gp 1200R& 1998 PROP, LOW MAINTE- 2 slide uut, .'nan black leather. $7000 850-445-2915 m/widsh ,F sa die haustlohypercharger O c t ad
XL760 plus trailer, NANCE, Seats 8, ex. generator, sleeps up $18,000. 334-299-3739 Pontiac '07 Soltise leave ge bags, crash bar, 4400 OBO 36330oae
both Yamaha, good Ig. sundeck, storage, to 8 people, $38,000. Roadster GXP Con- adult operated $600. (302)858-1235 wLED's and Vance &
cond., $5500, Call walk-through trans- Call 334-393-9315 vertible $16,999. CSI Dirt Bike o ' Honda 334-390-0220 Hines exhaust. $5800
334-347-6023 om, nonskid swim or 763-0280 Auto 334-671-7720 CR70 Excellent Honda 1962 C102 334-790-9108
or 334-447-1914 platform, Merc Opti r 3t 4-714-2700 Condition $970. HARLEY DAVIDSON super cub 50, 4k k9spd403@aol.com
orB334-447-1914 platforma Merc Opti or 3arr4-7 y14-2700 nun4-79 -5 KX65 120
2008 Fisher 1754, 0 t - Aouto onev 12 M6 334-798-2337 miles, Black & white;
40hp mercury, 4- er, cover. NICEI satliteant. electric Totalnta -6 GT 07' TimdGood Cond., electric
$14,995. (253)229- leveling jacks, 58K Ttal Time: Engine onv. black 24Km. all Lots of chrome start 3 speed,$2500.
stroke, mtr guide m. $16,000 Airframe 1949 IFR leather loaded, gar. $7,500.334-701-3974 Firm. Cal noon (M-F)
trolling mtr, Hum- 850 m$16 000 OO CERT. Excellent Corvette '81 leather oadd, gar. $ 3.,5 FmC no (e F
i4-301-3772 trouble-free flying. Automatic 350 $1500. Harley D on87 334-347-9002
mingbird 565,TAC, Supra'90 TS6M 6613 FXR Superglide, Cus- HONDA '98 Valkyrie
Cbiaentumpiver wcomp, ski/wake brd, Concord Coachman 334-347-5480 (Silver) sell as is Toyota 02' Silverr 3 r n t paI ots ifON k yi
334-798-0010 rea shape520 , '5 Motor Home. 23'T t $5500. OBO t 0' Silver,0 rain n e s, l900 0o Tour r ealle original,
97 Crest 18 t. Po- 1$6700 334-796- long 2700mi, Take Automobiles Miscl. PRIUS, exc. cond. chrome, $9500850- low miles, runs great '05 V
toon 00' Johnson 3424. REDUCED! a ver payments.850- -191 22,200K mi. 334-899- 4260-1666 asking $6,500 OBO anniv. edition ein
70hp 00'Trailer, oo n T Ford 500 06' imted FATBOY'93, Harle Davidson 95 334-693-5454 flame red, excel.
28K actual miles, Lowrider 36K ml. Honda Dirt Bike & md. sissy bar,
good runs great w/75 Mercury Dutchman e07x28m leather int. 4-dr. Toyta 05' Prius 43K2Dcusomized t ofod3 m.SdolBi & incl. sissy bar,
6,500. 334-714-5860 Otimax mtr travel trailer. King sz 35,500 mi exc. I es light blue in customized out of Exc.cond Saddle CRF 250R 04', FMF guard cover & trickle


$8500 3B (NDay)850- mode w/a300HP owner usedayear cables/wiring, new GPS, backup camera, cuotm rearviw
-1Lcomb engine w. ba t er . i6ig w ,41 23 Hrle as 0 0 80ears & water pump -- IBL sound, tint, great FZ Suzuki 5079' col- mirrr i 5,n00.ci -
638-1338 trailer. $ 15,000. 334- 2997Spin g CreekeRd, W/D0 io V33554orie3476-emai
ept. 685-3208 Brilinson, GA $1,500 251-599512i DODGE -'09 Dodge gas mileage, trans- lectors item, 1 cyl, 2 irnesines a 0
-53 685-3208 nGA813-145-1298 Mereedes 82' 35-85L Challenger Garage ferable warranty, stroke scooter, 792-1489 618-0031
Watkins '79 27 ft 813451298 Kept 5.7 Liter, Hem. new tires asking orange, exc cond, 7Kawasaki '9618-0031
l 10' beam, 3'8"draft, Fleetwood Bdr '07 93K mi. H/S tops Blue w/20 nch Facto- $16,900. g stret legal. . y a n Kawasaki '04 650
3500 ballace, 8HP 3-sd, loaded CH&A chalk brown ry chrome wheels. 6 Call 334-470-3292 334-774-2521 or 334- Springer Soft Tal KLR, 6500 mes Yamaha'09 R6 less
Yanmor.$8,500.334- fbp,wk. horse,8.1 PWRS/B, windows, speed manual. A Toyota'07 Yaris, less 774-2773 after5pm CS Auto $2900 Call 334790- 1,000 miles
897-2167/733-0020 gas, 5,900 mi. $100k ant. auto,AC, up- Eye Catcher, selling than 40 k miles, un- HARLEY DAVIDSON/ 334-6717720 or 6654 after 5 p.m. Bought new. Garaged
OBO 334-898-1201 graded sound system, to buy a boat. 12,500 der warranty. 10,500 '02 Fatboy with lots 334-714-2700Kawasaki 05KX65 pending.
fih inner trol lgri C ga ete car cover &top stor- Cles 2dontor Like5 4 8 Kawasaki 05' KX65
yr Welcraft 88' 23 ft.p s- miles, 2 door, Like OBO334-806-8898 or of Chrome, Black, Monster graphics pro Must Sell $7,290 OBO
v6, 190HP inboard Johnson outboard. Diplomat PDQ, 4 maintained w/re exterior, Charcoal in- reeds super fast a- ets Helmets avail. for
engine.sports seating $4500. in electronics. slides, 400 hp Cu- cords. $14,200. 334- teor, ABS a/c, Toyota Cary 07 Harley Davidson 03' s exta.
ext. swim platform.- Sale $7,000. 334-235- mins, no shoes, no 792-9789 alarm, am/fm, buck- Solara V-6sport con- Softal duece 100th salute mint 3 condo.
lessth n 2995 pets, no smoking, IERCEDES '97 E320 et seating, CD, vertible 48K mi. 6 yr. anniv. Screaming $975. 334-977984eds
engine $14,800 OBO ers State Park. 813- 117K actual miles, cruise, driver airbag, 100K mi. bumper to Eagle. Black & gold, Kawasaki '06 KLR Scooters/Mopeds
334-699-700 ampers/rav e s State Park. 813- 294-1878 ilver/Beige excel passenger airbag, PL, bumper warr., new 1550cc, 11,400K mi. 650, new tires &
334-699-7070 Campers/Travel 294-1878ent condition $6,500 PS, PW; $32,2 tires$15,000, Firm $13,500 OBO 334-793- ey Sportster 06reat condi- Lan
Cobia enter console Trailers MonocoKnight'06, 334-687-3189 (334)635-7831 334-588-0201 or 6328/334-793-6241 Orange1200R,Vance 5komileso C,000
18' 6" w/90hpHonda &Hines Short Shots, tion,.k miles. $3500 Scooter, 50CC, 2000
18'6" w/9 a rSave $25K or more. 575 -15Harley Davidson 03' braided lines, 8,900 OBOr trade for miles. Like new.
Sstroke &galv. New Enclosed Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 Automobiles Volkswagen 06 Bee VROD. low mil, exc. mi $7,200.794-8037 g - -
trailer. $4200 Cargo Trailer will sell mi, many upgrades for sale . aut. diesel. 42K cond. $8,500. O wheeler. 850-592-
334-798-4743 for 2200 or trade ' $159,700.850-866- " mile , 40MPG. load- 334 794-2665 or 334- 3287 port Utility Vehicles
Cobra -1991 14' Tri- for an RV/ Travel 2774 ed. $16,000. 334-897- 805-0810 wasai''09 KXF ew250
hul stick steering w/ Trailer/ 5th wheel/ - Mitaetonsuishi eclipse MotorbyBPM,2
40hpMarinermotor. '99-'04with slideand Phaeton,M07140ft.4rIb spyd e ste Dodge'99Straut, 2497 or334-672-1655 MotorbyBP, O4eep WranglerX,
h inder, e tri.c paydifference.850- slide-outs, 15K mi. GT cverftibe Automatic 4 cyl., Volkswagon '02 brothers perform- soft top, auto,
Depth ftrinder -5631/557-7332 350 CAT diesel, $7000 Ca loaded, onl 65,000 Beetle. Silver. MUa ncepipe. Very fast AM/FM/CD, low
orCstrom ng DM 2- Allison 6s. 7.5 diesel 376 or 334 milesExcellent Needs engine. bike for the motor- miles, new tires,
toraile. 00. 334- n 4 dr. frig w/ 1914 4100. 334-790-7959 $2700 334-718-2223 Harley Davidson '06 Honda '05 GL1800, crossing extremist $15,900. (850)579-
69Trailer. $3,500. or334- 79emaker, W/D iFord '04 Crown Victo- Volvo 02 V70 GW.Roadsmith Trike 334-726-3842 015
70148 rl mtion s lit disoK B k w/ray leather, Heritage Softail, Kit. color silver, 30th
Home rear & side cameras m Dny. sEd t, Extras,
Correct Crat 1973, sidHome theaters. miles, drives like a 70k miles, very nice 4 miles, An. Ed. CB, Extras,
14', livCorret Craft 197well, new Leather euro recliner, '05 1-color VW Bee-, dream. $8700 321- economy car, only 4,000 miles, 38K mi. 3 27,500.
top, 35hp, runs great! desk, King bed, tie. Like new, low 231-6363. one owner, $8000. lowered, Vance& 34-73-04x4. silver ey cloth
arae kept $1750 Brake-Buddy for tow miles, newtires,XM, FORD 13 Taurus Call 3344943627 interior. New paint,
334-5965032 car. Garage stored. $10500. Call334-685- clean, runsgood. Volvo '08C70Hard- Hiespipes. Good condition. cold
S50 Many other options. 3057 - $1,695. top Convertible. T5 Gara kp. Ka ' air. stereo with ipod
334-793-2142ackage.Ligh$160,000.t
CROWN LINE'07,210e 5thwhee Ke . 05 Monte Carlo LS, 334-793-2142 Package. Light blue. 750 15K Mes Run jack. $3000BO.
S stone Laredo RL29. 3347973617 V6uto runs and Ford 1999 Escort 19K 2,00 GreatNew Seat C - 334-886-3154
board tower.350mag call Mike (334)791- 334-7 1-2338 er $1800 18-68 334-798-9131
300hp,likenew 031. $24,500 obo. *REDUCED* looks great, a must 96K miles, clean er $180006 CTX 1308-6833
$28,000. 334-470-8454 like new, 1 slide '.03 Class A/gas see!l! , OBO 1,99., W 0' Ss red Cruiser LikeNew Red Kawasald 09'
onoco La Palma. 2 Call 334-475-0084 334-793-2142 Beetle Bug 4200 Mi. $00 OBO Nina Like New 25
Fisher01 Hawk18' FtKeystoneTravel 1 bath. 2004 Blue R, convertae auto, HARLEY DAVIDSO 6-1322 w/ acet 3,500. mi.
Class 2, with 115 Trailer, sleeps 8, Dbl. Loaded! Incl. car 4 doors, moon roof Leather 55,K m. 07' FLSTSC Springer 3995. 334-92-3211.
Mercury outboard in front & twin bunks dolley & all custom rims, new $13,700. 334-671-1519 classic 3000K mi. . - ,s Leave Message
motor with trailer, 2 in back, ACDC gas furnishings (dishes, tires, 55k miles, great Black $13,500 80 BO Leav Message - 0-
fish finders, trolling Frig., AC gas heater, towels, etc.) $60K. Cond. wonderful car, Classics&Antiques 254-681-4802 S ' G
moto, access ladder, Fully loaded $6995. 334-790-3480. asking $11,000. Call like new, 3550 mi. 200 JeepGran
Bemini, AM/FM ra - Call 334-790-5628 Rachel or Jay k6,400. includes all Cherokee, Special
dioe, on board charge, or 334-828-1325 334-393-9959 Ford '65 T-Bird, auto, 1959 2205 Mercedes riding gear OBO
uncover, vheltery we kepth Wheel,'06 36 ft. 390 4bbl, slide steer- Restore or use for Honda'06CTX 1300 3347144029 Beige. Leather,
$1,00inder shelter. Whee 6 f. ing69K miles, $6,995 parts. Cruiser Like New Power Options, sun-
14,000. 334-685-7319 Montego Bay, obo. 334-671-5051 or 251-747-4022 4200 Mi. $5,900 OBO roof, $10,000.
Fisher '06 Crappie 4 lides. 334-797-5051 i 334-806-1322 (334) 447-1177
Special. Has Mercury Asking $38,500. Buick 1971 Skylard HARLEYAVI(334) 447-1177
60 motor. 21.1 334-655-1100. -VSION '06 Trail Honda '07 Odyssey yellow with white A A Honda 06' Rebel Solid BMW '04 X5, 64,500
hrs.on.mtr.Trolling Lite, 26 ft., fully Van. 1 owner. Load- top, auto, 350, 81K '081200 Sportster white winshield & miles, new tires,
motorfish finder. 2 loaded, like new, BMW'03 4 ed. Exc.Cond. NADA miles, $9,500. Custom, 108 miles shade bags 2600 mi. panaramic sunroof
live wells trailer low mileage$42.900 58kmiles, sale price 24K. Asking $23,900 256-282-6752 warranty, Like nev $2500. OB 334-886- ext. service til Sept
334-793-2226 - 1 334-616-6508_ $12,999.CallCS Auto Dothan 321-482-7268 $00 obo702-4778 332634-714-11'08 4-78-
cenc Cu i 3O334-671-7720 Hyundai '03 Tiburon - Motoco-l e 350 Mi Bought new $18,200. 334-798-1618
Glass Stream 00J Hv- Senic O S"Cruiser 37 ftn Motorcycles Harley Davidson'08, HONDA '06 Shadow, Garaged DiVorce 334- 6714
dralass15eaC0.0Hby-57KGScenic Cruiser 37 ft, rN53GT2V6,e6a-pdai' ua
dra Bass 15C. 110 by Gulltre r, 9' -7 - GT V6, 6 m Electra Glide Classic, 2.8 miles, LIKE NEW, pending. Must Sell Chevrolet'05
Evinrude, 2-ih find- Immaiulate cund. BMW 05,325 Sedan, owner, 102k mileslace er
ers, tilt & trim, live Carriage Cameo 05 loaded w options Blue w/tan leather, 17" alloy wheels 04 Sportter 883 5000 miles, $16,750. 5,300 will trade for $6150 Man & Avalanche LT, Super
wells, great cond. 32ft. 3-slides, 2-A/C, must see!! comes 36k mi, one owner, vinyls, and body'kit. Low Mi. Bags, wind- 334-618-4430 Jeep Wrangler '95 or Woman Jackets nice, fully loaded.
$4500. OBO 334-685- 5.5 K Generator, with'07 Jeep. Dothan no paint work, $5,500.334-790-6146. exc. o. $550 g Harey Davidson 1992 -- Extra. 334-414-3551 3347 18,500
4357 loaded, no smoke, no, $58,500 334-803-3397 $17,700 334-685-6233 Hyundai '05 Elantra 334-585-5396 Sporster 1200 custom Honda '06 VTX1300 Extra.334-414-3551 334-701-4243
$ 25u314-714-4001 Home 24ft w/slideout ham D'elegance miles, great gasmi Mojo Motor Scooter cond. $5,500. OBO bags, windshield, 42K mi. Asking $3200 great cond., $4200
Coachman 04' Catali- 7293 miles 4KW Onan Collectors rare fine power, auto.blue. '05, 200mi, Blue, 794-2665334-805- customer seat, $6000 OBO 334-726-1215 or OBO 850-526-2491
na hte 29on. 7ft. pow- Gen., very clean 113K miles, driven 6000. 334-797-9290 $1650850- 258-1638 0810 OBO. 334-393-6382 334-477-3152 ask for Tom
er slnde o:,ut. 18ft. $31,000 334-687-9663 daily, absolutely HYUNDAI 08' Sonata P.
awning. e'.. cond.$- perfect $5500. 080 Limited, loaded,
$8,200.334.691-4211 [ RVs/Campers 850-535-9672 or Iowmiles, Cham-
M,,omba '09 Outback or 334.701832 Wanted 850-260-2625 pagne, 334-655-0010
Less than 50 hrs. 714.8162, Great buy'
Speaker tower. FM/ I Jaguar '2 e-Typ
AM CD player. Exc. 5th '06 Fleetwood 2- Jaguar '02 4 -Type
Cond. Trailer has $0 slides, w se at 4 DR Lot M0les.
brakes. $28,900 i-4 Silverado 250 worl Nice Car. $500 D,:,r, ,
334-618-3415 truck as package $300 mo. Call Steve
ProCraft 95'20t. payoff $3;.,0 0 34- . Hat.rhr 134 7N18243
PrTournament 95Bass 20 ft. 470-8454 Cadillac '1' DeVille Lexus 06' GS300 load-
Boat 95 Johnson 115 Prosper 5th WH Keystone Cougar 01' White, A must See! ed, all power, sun-
T&T drive on trailer 36.5' washer/dryer, 5th wh. 28 fts side- . New tires, 78K miles root air & heated
loaded $4,800. 334- 6500 Onon Gen. out, CH&A, micro- $6,100.00 seats, ery cean
797-8232 $17,500: Husky 25 K wave, TV, am/fm cd 334-793-7663 $23,400. 334-596-878924' speed girls bike, Beer sign Anheuser Corho vent free gas IVORY 4' XMAS TREE- PT LUMBER- CUT
Radio. $10000. see at incoln 0 MKZ. nerused $80239- Busch ,new in box, heater(propane) ANTIQUE$5 OFFS6x6x4,4x4-4x6
-. -;7-n1 c, n ni n i '11c l tariorle er eated 25"MAGNAVOXTV- 9227 or 557-2394- 850-482-1085 Janitrol48K ----- (850)592-2507-
86'.-- Di 3"4-598 se . ABS sid'e. NOA e CONVERTER NEC- Belt Sander- Crafts- Couch & love seat BTU Heat Pump ROUGH SAWN
46_ 34a9rbag. in 13,. ^ J NA- ESSARY$35 man 1HP 3" $10 Black w/gold trim (4tons)S500 LUMBER-Random
B $21179 e' '- for REUCDMotnar.0^*)592.2507 (850)579-4815 $200 850-482-1085 850-482-1085 Len ,th.50-;SiFT
,,SChWu,.-ab Lincoln 22"can Magnavox TV- No Bench Grinder- B&D Craf- Johnson Bass Guitar (850 592-2507
Sailboat . . I ngoed Chero 08Malbu Lincoln20 convertor necessary bench grinder 6 Craftsman All-ln- w/30wattamp. used SearsXCargo
:.0. ,:1. I nrar de- e-. ,,r Id $28,000I LT, Maroon with gray car, executive silver, $3, (850)592-2507 1/3HP $70 (850)579- One- cutting tool ex very little $180 850- car top carrier.
esl thr,,an. Vr2l.:, Rollr Conquest 05 29ft.f 85 547 2808 interior, 4 cylinder, 87K, exc. cond. 6 '4815 cond w/case $70 415-1442 $90.
furslang, bim, holead sleeps 8, lots of e- RIVER CANYON '05 XM radio, CD, onstar, pack cd player, xm 28" hollow cored 8505-85850-579-2618
miron, bid heGd, trash, 11K mi. Ref- 5th whl, 36', 3 Slides, sunroof, 15,000 miles. rado. $7,900. DOOR- Wood $5 Bench Sander- 1" ( 579-4815 Kenmore washer & 850 _26
g .334-618-1594 (850)592-2507 belt 8" disc ex cor DeBlta Shopmaster- dryer $200 850-442- Sewing Machine
icrofridge. D oke d S nu nce 334-798-4462 very nice, queen bed," 516.500. 334-797-0987 -$100 (850579-4815 16" variable scroll 4480 $25
Harbor. slipe 86 334 __Warranty -Ce ma a Entertainment cen- 1C ^ 28d" hollow Lored saw w/stand $130 850-579-2618
673-0330. REDUCED ter, fpl, Much Morel Cheyi 05' impala tan ~DOOR- Wood $5 Bicycle work stand- (850)579-4815. KITCHEN TABLE- 2
$13,900. - 24,900.850-509-1486 1n. C,--ir c..2niK mi. I -'_ i8501592-2507 Blackburn bicycle
_ Sowner, good iord. Bas Gs work stand $25 DRAFTING MACHINE Chairs DK. WOOD $65 SOLID OAK- 5 DRAW-
q M 595 ER DRESSER TALL
r 22 . F n DOOR- wood $5 TRACK $65 Kitchen Table DK 2507
. 0 Magnum l r 850592-2507 Blue naby afnan, (850)592-2507 Wood- 2 CHAIRS $65
SLIRE NEWn $16,999 Call CSI Auto 3 Brass & Glass 850-462-3853 " DRAFTING MACHINE- (850)592-2507 SER K- DRAWE
- ~ Dutchmen 40 ft. =$200u dwr,. 45259 per 334-671-7720 tables $85 BOAT & VEMCO V TRACK $65 Large birdcage w/mirror $250
-rtnn 20.09.: Travel TraSleer 80, Icr06 I, m,,ntnh Call Ron Ellis or 334-714-2700 O850-579-2618 BUOOLN $3- (850)592-2507 w/toys 30' tall $20 (850)592-2507
38DSL Seeps 8 L I 34 4 8 san '05 Altima 25 3PC Luggage Set- (850)592-2507 Dremel- Multi-Pro & 850-526-3426 SOUD OAK DRESSER-
M a former 2 Slideouts, Loaded, CIhevy I l Camino, S eed 2 m BLUE CANVAS MotoTool w/case $80 Laser Level- B&D, S drawer $250
33 500er r 7500 like newREDUCED W/Wheels $25 BOAT BUILDING &- (850)579-48152507
(850)592-2507 Dressing Bench- w/case $80 (850)579-
3PC LUGGAGE SET Light Oak $45 4815 SOUD OAK DRESSER-
N..Bu CUANV AS BONSAI POTS- MANY (850)592-2507 Lawn roller-pull be 8dawer w/mirror
t '-C' t." . $25 (850)592250 SIZES 35( )592-
s.c a ma.fUil 'i'W IT LT. OAK $45 (850)592- ter filled 26" poly SOUD OAK KING-
"..... $5." O3 BITE NE CANVAS 2507 $100 (850)579-4815 HDBD
'jpg$5 r1ri I tFR850 i592-2507 COVER $20 Dump trailer- 34" x LG WORKTABLE- GA- (850)592-2507
..; ,,0 u lab". 4 Michelan. I good- 85015922507 54" poly pull $behind RAGE $10 (850)592- SL O K
h � " .V.. " oedM ~ 'car tuel. 'wheels. Cast Iron Chimenea (850)579-4815 2507 HEADBOARD, W/
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wi0 85- 0ln grates 8585 850-415- FaroukChi Flatron, liftgatefortru $400(850)592-2507
-vb.Iva r"rI r, " Fd Jv;n... .w~~aI... af..F..lr . omf 4 M50i .dhelin' Tires. 1442 7-41", NIB, $100850- works 80well $300 S 50
24'ml -t L18. Load CuLChdeir 272-1842 (850)593-6856 ar o'x 5'w/leaf
bw 2940x 7Lod Casual Chandelier, solid wood counter
Son. 11000 . 850526-4237 stove $400 $20, Antique Couch $125 850-557-1394
wl;Iher rdgnoaagdmr drn AtoOunt',650692-. 8676d50 new4 850-482-1085 $50, Coffee tables
S -gnas 76 -- Ceiling Fan, new in 84$15/ea 850-605-6239 Steel shop cabinets
. :. t .- ": '. ay0 5y l carpet bad o0. 550 Bookcase w/hasps, 27" tall
" . , ing w 2 g pc. gray 25,850 526-4237 FRIGIDARE Mac Stove/Fireplace $20/ea850-526-3426
. . ,plushcrpet, $175 COMPACT insert w/blower $500
40ud dale u iuamuiu- alj r o50-209-7811 ' Chest ol drawers, 4 REFRIGATOR. 3.1 CF 850-482-1085 Sunstem X Econogro-
. Vol~ailab e v. C;.. . rv.... 526.2 58 or 2o9-2932 CLOGS- NEW drawOers.E CHA/n- $150 $850)4st-22O2
vilale for danow.,om; Wrl.cpiT , dfUt56" sa 7585482 ers. $30/ea 850 $100 (850)592-2507 _ system reflector
n lud[ig Yahoo Behavioral 1irgefig ind mobile texoli 'CHIMNE CAP- F CLOGS- NEW MICROSUEDE CHAIR- $100(850)482-2202
hod 13Ch l.IE"CA- CHIMNEY CAP- SIZE 8, $40 BU'-ERSCOTCH
.. . r.l " CHEIENED CP.. SCREENED8" $5 (850)592-2507 COLOR NICE $100 Trailer- 4xl0,wood
Sositron Requierents Enclude 5 8501)5922507 FRYE CLOGS- SIZE 8 (850)592-2507 floor,48"gate $500
Positron Pequirements Include - 5i3i5922507E 8 (50)579-481
'ultl - d jn .... Babyi bassinet. CINDER BLOCKS- 30 (NEW) $40 (850)592- MICROSUEDE CHAIR- (850)579-4815
:dulthedialds Baby bassinete. BLOCKS. 65) 1/2's 2507 BUTTERSCOTCH Vise Work Bench-
Abl'.,'lbfo n thrive on teamwork and fast-paced work enviranient con" 2 hh ,Ty 5nEA 50)592-"25 07Re COOR as ee
".-.'.J.rl:apptit;d forr-gy*'".n ,reve'nu7 ' .tra $.j s 8u50 ..2- Hand gun; RUger LCPCOR507 wrandse
S- at J ble appatie firr w ingrevenu. 2927 CINDER BLOCKS- 380 pistol as new (850)592-2507 crank open & close
S.' Attentri to detall, accuroaca d ridnsistency - G O 30PCS. 5. 1/2's.50EA condition $300 850- Older chest of draw- $75 (850)579-815
-.Str6ng ntirersf0inl,.cobn mnlaton.andpres atlon skills; Bassinet mobile i8150)592-2507 593-6856 ers w/bowed front, Weed Eater-Troybuilt
F, - [ , lighL, v le mobile
- "ve rd.Wrlttf, ;;- '--** .'" '.-'- - crearr color $40. CLAY FLOWERPOTS-. HARDWOOD ROUGH solid wood $55 850- cycle trimmerwith
' ftarteyd�in Mlcrosft dPoW tar eld ..-.1rP- 1850482 5010 MAN S2EA SAWN - RANDOM 526-3426 chainsaw $150. 850-
,'y * "B lirtSkill o ba ri hd r de, ,lri i s' "i Bassinet, flds for '850)592-2507 SIZES.50-$1 ORCHID POTS- MANY
"~irl~l aTultrnedl a n r"Bassinet, fo0lds fo0 ORCHID POTS- MANY
M* ijilnmm 3 ye6rs rultimredia salin storage. whi te Computer desk, (850)5922507 SIZES $2-3EA, pots Wheelchair, almost
. Wltif lpeial emphists in onlrie sales, "' r: blue orintirt $r25 'Go0d w shelves $50 Home Meat Slicer nly, not flowers new$45 850-482-
8 . n - r 505,26-3426 OB0 8 50-482-4944 $15 (850)592-250 4944
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334-790-7959 CHEVROLET 2j0 cSK.-ni a0 . rq
334-790-7959 2500HD iayou 1.500. 314
Duramax/Allison 763-0145
combination. 39000
commuter miles.
Looks new, drives
new. Black exterior, -
Grey interior, a/c,
am/fm, CD, XM
Chevy '0 Tahoe . cruise, PL, PW,
49,100 mi, leather, tow pkg. $29000 Bulldozing Hme Imprvement Roofing P Maid/Housekeeping Self Storage
new tires, power, (334)348-9635 Toyota '06 TacomaHomemprovemePowerWashing
verynice.$18,995 TRD pkg, crew cab,
White 850-579-4694 LWB, 68K, tool box, KC IRI Foreeral
silver $15,900 EM E M IhN o se
Chevy 07 Trailblazer, 334-803-3001 REMODEfMNG . House
Nice Family SUV I I I "ETR
Loaded $300 Down FEA G METALHaror Office
$300 mo. Call Steve LegalAd,_Always AS . 0m. , . C ea
Hatcher 334-791-8243 _* Grader * Pan LIFETIME Always A Sale... Roo N NC . C Debra .
Ford '08 Edge LiitedCHEVROLET '79 C-60 LegaINotices Excavator CABMI-TS Tile Care De .....
Fordn a ge Lt n M dump truck 20Kmi. Natu aeStone *"[, I . Free ..,.
navigation, sync, on new engine, looks Dump Truck (A Wood-All The time) Adheses .. Estimates
brilliant red, leather rough runs good! LF14996 Adhesiveset aes
seats, loaded 37K mi. $2 40rough runs good1-92 1Bulldozer Old-To-New Grout Iit,0 /111'" 30 Years in Business
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Chevy 06 Colorado COURT OF THE Demolition Complete ASales & Installato' I . Available
Ford '87 Bronco Z71, Exl. Cond., 53K, 4 FOURTEENTH Debris Removal Kitchen Design Put over 30 yrs. ' ' -2 Z
Runs good Good black tonneau cover, IN AND FOR JACKSON Retention Ponds xperiece to
Condition $4500 new tires, $14,300. COUNTY, FLORIDA Y Grading a OU! Hmeimproveme LawnServices j
334-792-1208 Call 334-677-3333 CIVIL ACTION Site Prep For Speti Aftermprovement Home Improvement Lawn Services
Chevy '67 CIO $1200C NiLeveling ,Quality Ahietiny Appoiftr a i{etvaiaead
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trade 334-522.438') CA-0M419 Top Soil * Fill Dirt remnodeling,BCDISCOVi REPIR
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Motor. New Tires. NANCE LLC, Floor To Roof Beautification NO JOBS SMALL
HONDA '97 Passport $2.500S OB runs Since 1960 tate Crtifid Thrs: 9-Noonmall Jobs ofYourHome" aOS TOO SMAn
175K, loaded, new good 334-618-3447 Plaintiff, Bu iling Contractor, WELCOME Ca rentr Paintin aoi
paint, cold air. $2500. I # C8Ct 9916 WELCOME Carpetry/ainting Ba chn Ura
OBO. 334-798-1768 or vs. Same Day Installations sheet Rock
334-691-7111T Cadl 8504672346 Emergency Service Geneiral Repairs ConfCrI vewSa g
TONY LAGMAN AKA olr50.526,M 67,,Room& BanAdnons
Isuzu 97' Rodeo, TONY D LAGMAN : William . Long, J.h: ceramic Floos
crimson red w/gray AKA TONY DANIEL I 6Insurel d *Porches & Decks
0922 CHEVY 'int. automatic91,trans,1 Ton 12 LAGMAN , et al, AC& Heating Auto& Cycle Bulldozingomrpirioo m M 80an
6-cyl. $2000. OBO334-1&toI LCI R,-8IX14.
701-9292 CHE '91, 1 Ton Defendant(s). Contractors Services 1,nh73-18e8r01irll 8505732-573-1880
Flat Bed Dump Truck I Cabinets/ IHome rprovementJ
EEP 1987Wranger $5500 or reasonable NOTICE OF ACTIONl Cabinet POLEHome Improvement
4x4, ac, ps, ac, at, offer 229-334-8520, Countertops
new engine/trans/ 229-296-8171 TO: Land Clearing, Inc. B
.tires, hard top. 792- TO dBARNoKi
8018/792-8827. $5800. Chevy '91 Cherokee THAEDRA L LAGMAN ALTHA, nL Shores n KITS
pickup, liftgate LAST KNOWN AD-LocallyOwned ceramic Tile
Jeep '88 Wrangler $1500 850-352-4724 DRESS: 90I24
Auto. 6 cyl. 2.5" lift. 35-4 2250 SEAY ROAD SUMMERTIME Cell 850.832.5055 Cabinet Locally Vanities/Sinks
New Tires & Rims. COTTONDALE, FL A/CSERUICE Shop, LLC MARN Counter Tops
$5500OBO 32431UCSpecializing For Hire MARIANNA Counter Tops
334-726-2186 CURRENT ADDRESSM Specializing Ir New Fixtures
JEEP WRANGLER '97 UNKNOWN YorolAKIRa um All Wood Custom By The
4WD, new top, tinted .anriEs wrm/ov Built Cabinets H D Call Randy
windows, sprayed ANY AND ALL UN- 2900 Borden St. 20 YEA. & Countertopour ay I
bedliner$5,000 334- KNOWN PARTIESb 2900 Borden St. & Countertop I'm Hady
bedner $500 334 C evy '93 1500 172K CLAIMING BY, Replacement. Or Week M c, Visver Accepted
355-0694 mi. new AC, loaded, THROUGH, UNDER, #R8TL2811RLc d
Lexus '08 GX470 50K runs great $3,000. AND AGAINST. THE NEED TO Licensed Homebuilder (850) 557-6733 Mes n,.506126.-,Iu,
Mi. Good Cond. Load- OBO 334-691-7111 or HEREIN NAMED INDI- 1NE D TO Call (850) 579-4428 Class, 850-69-066
ed 3rd Row Seat, Nav 334-798-1768 VIDUAL DEFENDANT Classified PLACE Donnie Shores, Sr.
System $36,000 (5) WHO ARE NOT PILAC T'S EAS Sell Your
229-254-0077 KNOWN TO BE DEAD AN AD?
Nissan 06 Pathfinder OR ALIVE, WHETHER Advertising AN EASY AS AdvertAN
black, 69k, loaded, SAID U - - Advertsing... A A 1 EASY AS Advertis,' *
new tires, greatded PARTIES MAY CLAIM t's simple,
Cond. $15,000.060AN INTEREST AS til rA1-2-3
Call1334-685-1634 Dodge'01 Dakota SPOUSE. HEIRS, :il our friendly . Can't be
Automatic, V-6, 61K GRANTEES, OR OTH- $S50LTa.-CALL
TOYOTA '06 Four miles, Like New, ER CLAIMANTS , PLACE YOUR AD
Runner SR5, 2wd, $7200. 334-790-7959 9and they will be ,l L
59,700 miles, white, Dodge'02 Dakota LAST KNOWN AD- and buying!-t
ex'cellent~ cond. L r Du:UNKONDuyzng: glad to assist you. w he Casfieds 3 GET RESULTS beat! In The Classifleds
excellent cond. Leather Int.Quad cab DRESS: UNKNOWNg with the ified .GTRSLSIh.lsi
$17,900. 334-796-3130 Clean condo. Fully CURRENT ADDRESS:
auto. 334-693-3980 UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
in/ that an action to
Cummings/Onan "foreclose a mortgage
.generator 703 hrs. on the following
85KW 400amp, auto property ;n JACKSON
switch runs 4 poultry County. Florida:
house $15,000. OBO
4-40X400 poultry COMMENCE AT THE
house of Lubing nip- go am 15 SOUTHEAST CORNER
ple drinkers 334-726- E)t-cab 360 Mag - OF THE NORTHEAST
0978 or 334-795-6101 num 4 barrel holly QUARTER OF THE
hunter green,
Custom Motorycle Custom fierglas SOUTHWEST QUAR-
Trailer 4x8 led lights, hood, 22" hood TER OF SECTIONRT3,
ramp carrier unuer- scoop, stainless TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH
neath, neverused, grill & bumpers RANGE 12 WEST OF
stored in garage on- Snap on tread JACKSON COUNTY,
ly. $750. 334-699-6711 Alum. tool box, 6" FLORI DA; TENCE
Custom Motorcycle' lift kit 6" glass MINUTES 23 SEC-
Trailer 4x8 led li hts, packs, alum.racing DS EAST, 23 SEC-
ramp carrier unuer- rims Lots of extras!FEET ONDS EA SET I224RON
neath, never used, REDUCED $4000 OBO RQD (PSM NO. 6111);
stored in garage on- THENCE NORTH 89
ly. $750. 334-699-6711 DEGREES 04 MI-
FARM TRACTOR NUTES 19 SECOND
Kubota'09, L-4400 WEST, 473.85 FEET;
w/loader, 4wd, THENCE SOUTH 17
500hrs,$13,700. DEGREES 25 MI-
h685r 2772/671-7632,0.i NUTES 10 SECONDS
AT685-2772/671-7632 237.05 FEET;
Gandy 4 row insect_ THENCE SOUTH 89
cide applicator DEGREES 05 MI-
w/double boxes, for NUTES 37 SECONDS
two chemicals ge 99'm 1500 V- EAST, 400.10 FEET TO
mounted on tool bar. Magnum 193K m THE POINT OF BEGIN-
Good condition. $400. A/T, A/C, P/steering, . SUBJECT TO i
229-758-3146 or 229- crews, $3,500.BO NIN. SUBJECT TO
229-758-3146 or 229- 334-691-2987/ 3 ROAD RIGHT OF WAY
400-5184 798-1768 ALONG THE WEST . "
John-Deere '07 790 LINE THEIR OF BEING
300 Loader w/Dump SEAY ROAD (A CQUN-
bucket, Bush Hog, TY MAINTAINED DIRT ...:.
Grader & Tiller Disk ROAD)
$14,000 321-202-4324 has been filed
John Deere6405 4WD against you and you -
2360 hrs. $20,000 DODGE '99, 2500 RAM a copy of your writ- .
334-798-2337 quad cab, short bed, ten defenses within
UTILITY cargo trailer 6cy turbo diesel, 4wd 30 days after the first .
Dolittle 2007, 20' 170K, $7250. OBO, publication, if any, T" "
white, excellent con- auto. 850-557-2711 n Florida Default
white, excellent conP.L, :aiLa G "opT2.
edition, has sat for 2 FORD'05 F150 Lariat Plaintiffs attorney,
years. Only used for Loaded,Tan leather. whose address is :'
3000 miles. $5,500. Excellent condition, 9119 Corporate Lake " . V ,
O0O 334-791-6955 98,000 miles, Drive, Suite 300,. 1 A-
Yanar 1601 door good Tampa, Florida0
2WD, standard shift, condition, $14,200. 33634, and file the f
20 Hp, like new, (334)464-7573 original with this .
$3995. other Equip. Ford '07 Fi50 XLT Court either before
Avail., Call 334-790- supercrew, 4X4 5.4L, service on Plaintiff's r -' V :. '- , r" A
5628 or 334-828-1325 flex fuel, dark blue attorney or mmedi- -
w/ bed cover, 144K ately thereafter; oth- "
Truck Leasing/Rent mi, pwr, CC, $14,500 erwise a default will ' ' ' - : . .
334-714-6999 be entered against . " "
you for the relief de-
FORD 07 F250 Super handed in the Com- ," - - . .i
Dut V ,6 Crew Cab plaint or petition.
XLT, 2WD. 18K miles,
"Tan. $30.000 334-688- This notice shall be .,
8606, 334.695-0688 published once each "
FDFe9 week for two consec.-
~0'FORD0 Lutive weeks in the
FORK LIFT American DSL Crew Cab 50K Jac ks C n the
Eaglew/Cummings mles, $29,500 334- Jackson County Fi.- ;M
diesel engine, 60001b 695-7769, 695-7770
lift cap., good cond. - FORD '07SportsTrac, WITNESS my hand
$11,500. 334-701-9213 V-6 fully loaded, and the seal of this
___ $20,500 80_229-861- Court on this 4th day
Vans J2714, 229-309-1890 of June, 2010.
Henry Cobb Dale R. Guthrie
CHRYSLER '06Town 'ORD '87 F350 Buck Clerk of the Court
& Country Van. et Truck, one man,
Exc. cond. 51K, seats new A/C, 30 ft reach By: Beverly Hatcher
7, ac, power, $9500 (334)790-8891$3900 As Deputy Clerk
neg. 334-688-5154
Chrysler '95 Voyager, L .. FI5022
V6,.auto, seats 8,
power, am/fm cass. Request for Quotes
new tires, NOW
$1975 BO850-592- The Chipola Regional
2832 Workforce Develop-
ment Board (CRWDB)
PONTIAC 92' Trans FORD '89F150, 4wh, is currently accept-
port mini van pwr 4x4 Auto, $4,900 or ing bids for the
locks/windows reasonable offer 229- cleaning of the One-
clean, seats 8 $1,500., 334-8520, 229-296- Stop Center and the
BP Motors 793-2142 8171 Administrative Office
located in the Rim
Wanted: Plaza. 4636 Highway
Automobiles 90 in Marianna, FL.
To receive a copy of


the Bid Specifica-
1tions please call Lisa
automatic, cold air, Ext. 101, or go to our
Concession TraIler 45,000miles website located at
IL ke New, $5600. www.onestopahead.
WANTED 334-790-7959 com and click on the
link Request for
Motor Driven. Quote Office Clean-
Good Condition Ing. Sealed Bids
nd Equiedshould be submitted
850-548 5719 to the CRWDB by July
8, 2010 at 3:00 P.M.
Trucks-Heavy Duty (CT). EOE/Drug Free
Workplace/Minority
GMC '05 SIERRA, Owned Businesses
2006 Jeep Wrangler 2500HD, 139K miles, Encouraged to Apply.
white, less than 20 black, 4wd, SLT pack - The CRWDB reserves
miles, like new, must age, 4 door. $20,000. the right to reject
see $15,000. 850-258-7758 any and all bids.
Call 334-393 2259
95 F-150, Eddie
Bower PKC. no rust,
runs great. ilue. g b
$3950. OBO Call
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Chevy 72' Fleet s.dee GMC '05 ierra Find a
factory 307, 3-sd, 67K 2500HD 60K Mi.
original miles. Body Good cond.$18,000
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Times Square car bomb suspect pleads guilty


By TOM HAYS
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

NEW YORK - Calling him-
self a "Muslim soldier," a defiant
Pakistan-born U.S. citizen pleaded
guilty Monday to carrying out the
failed Times Square car bombing,
saying his attack was the answer to
"the U.S. terrorizing ... Muslim
people."
Wearing a white skull cap,
Faisal Shahzad entered the plea in
U.S. District Court in Manhattan
just days after a federal grand jury
indicted him on 10 terrorism and
weapons counts, some of which
carried mandatory life prison sen-
tences. He pleaded guilty to them
all.
"One has to understand where
I'm coming from," Shahzad calm-
ly told U.S. District Judge Miriam


Goldman Cedarbaum, who chal-
lenged him repeatedly with ques-
tions such as whether he worried
about killing children in Times
Square. "I consider myself ... a
Muslim soldier."
The 30-year-old described his
effort to set off a bomb in an SUV
he parked in Times Square on May
1, saying he chose the warm
Saturday night because it would be
crowded with people who he could
injure or kill.
He revealed that he actually
packed his vehicle with three sep-
arate bombs, hoping to set off a
fertilizer-fueled bomb packed in a
gun cabinet, a set of propane'tanks
and gas canisters rigged with fire-
works to explode into a fireball.
Shahzad said he expected the
bombs to begin going off after he
lighted a fuse and waited between


2 1/2 minutes and five minutes for
them to erupt. "I was waiting to
hear a sound but I didn't hear a
sound. So I walked to Grand
Central and went home," he said.
Shahzad dismissed the judge's
question about the children by say-
ing the U.S. didn't care when chil-
dren were killed in Muslim coun-
tries.
"It's a war, I am part of the
answer to the U.S. terrorizing the
Muslim nations and the Muslim
people," he said. "On behalf of
that, I'm revenging the attack.
Living, in the United States,
Americans only care about their
people but they don't care about
the people elsewhere in. the world
when they die."
Shahzad made the plea and an
accompanying statement as
Cedarbaum began asking him a


lengthy- series of questions to
ensure he understood his rights.
Cedarbaum asked Shahzad if he
understood some charges carried
mandatory life sentences and that
he might spend the rest of his life
in prison. He said he did.
At one point, she asked him if he
was sure he wanted to plead guilty.
He said he wanted "to plead
guilty and 100 times more" to let
the U.S. know that if it did not get
out of Iraq and Afghanistan, halt
drone attacks and stop meddling in
Muslim lands, "we will be attack-
ing U.S." Sentencing was sched-
uled for Oct. 5.
The Bridgeport, Conn., resident
was arrested trying to leave the
country May 3, two days after the
bomb failed to ignite near a
Broadway theater.
Authorities said Shahzad imme-


diately cooperated, delaying his
initial court appearance for two
weeks as he spilled details of a plot
meant to. sow terror in the world-
famous Times Square on a warm
Saturday night when it was packed
with thousands of potential vic-
tims.
The bomb apparently sputtered,
emitting smoke that attracted the
attention of an alert street vendor,
who notified police, setting in
motion a rapid evacuation of
blocks of a city still healing from
the shock of the Sept. 11, 2001,
terrorist attack on the World Trade
Center.
According to the indictment
issued last week, Shahzad received
a total of $12,000 prior to the
attack from the Pakistani Taliban
through cash drop-offs in
Massachusetts and Long Island.


Ariz. wildfire

forces many

to evacuate
BY FELICIA FONSECA
Associated Press Writer

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. -
Firefighters in aircraft and
on the ground battled the
second serious wildfire to
threaten the Flagstaff area
in two days Sunday,
prompting officials to urge
hundreds of residents to flee
as flames crept within 500
yards of some homes.
The fast-spreading fire
erupted in this forested
city's northern outskirts
Sunday morning and grew
to more than 7 square miles
in size by evening, fire offi-
cials said. A huge plume of
smoke spread over parts of
the region.
Strong winds fueled the
flames. "The higher winds
definitely played a key role
in the extreme behavior of
the fire today and it will
continue tomorrow," said
city spokeswoman
Stephanie Smith.
Residents of hundreds of
homes were urged to evacu-
ate because of the blaze,
dubbed the Schultz fire.
Some heeded .the call but it
was unclear how many; oth-
ers watched as bright red
and orange flames climbed
over a mountain behind a
cloud of towering smoke.
The blaze was within 500.
yards of a scattering of
homes beneath the moun-
tain, spurring firefighters to
work feverishly on a con-
tainment line, said fire
spokesman Eric Neitzel. No
structures have burned.
Five helicopters and eight
air tankers dropped fire sup-
pression chemicals and 300
firefighters battled the
blaze. The fire will be
turned over to a federal
management team Monday,
Smith said, allowing for
even more resources.
The city and Coconino
County declared states of
emergency, and officials
closed U.S. 89, one of the
routes to Grand Canyon
National Park about 75
miles to the north.
Also Sunday, evacuation
orders for a fire the emerged
Saturday in southeastern
Flagstaff were lifted after
officials reported it 25 per-
cent contained.
There have been no
reports of any major
injuries in the fires but there
was a scare earlier "in the
day with a report that. an
unknown number of hikers
was missing in the burning
region. Smith said all the
hikers were accounted for
late Sunday evening and
were making their way
home on their own.
A third smaller wildfire
that broke out near
Interstate 40 in western
Flagstaff was suppressed
within a matter of hours,
Smith said. That fire was
caused by a vehicle that
spread into a wooded area.
The American Red Cross
set up a shelter for dis-
placed residents at a
Flagstaff middle school but
few were staying overnight.
Jennifer Whitehair was
having lunch in town when
she heard her neighborhood
was being evacuated. She
rushed home seeing flames
in the near distance and had
15 minutes to grab pictures,
a Navajo rug and a painting,
"a few things that mean
something," she said.
SShe later stationed herself
at a nearby gas station
watching as the -flames
made their, way over a
mountain and within sever-
al hundred feet of her home.
She said she wished she had
sprayed water on her roof or
dug a trench on her 2.5-acre
property.


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