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Jackson County Floridan

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Related Items

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

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Extra hours approved for Blue Springs


A pair of riders round the final turn of the bike portion of the 2009 Freedom Springs
Triathlon. - Mark Skinner /Floridan


Park to

be open

Monday
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

Starting next week, Blue
Springs will be open seven
days a week, instead of the
usual six.
On Tuesday, Jackson
County Parks and
Recreation Director Chuck
Hatcher asked and received
permission to open on
Monday.
Normally, that day is
reserved for mowing and
other maintenance, but
Hatcher said that work can
be shifted to other times.
Hatcher said he expects
gate receipts for Mondays
will be enough. to pay for
the extra nian-hours an
extra open day will mean.
The gates will also open
30 minutes earlier each


day, in order to get waiting
cars off the road.
Normally, the gate opens at
11 a.m., except on holi-
days, when they open at 10
a.m.
People will now be able
to drive in at 10:30 instead
of 11 a.m. on non-holidays,
and at 9:30 instead of 10
a.m. on holidays. However,
swimmers will not be able
to enter the water until 11
a.m on non-holidays, or
until 10 a.m. on holidays.
The 30-minute delay is
necessary in order not to
have staff overtime issues,
Hatcher said.
He said traffic safety
issues pushed him to ask
the commission for an ear-
lier opening time. Too
many cars are parked on
the side of the road waiting
for the gate to open, he
said, resulting in potential
traffic hazards.
Hatcher asked for the
extra open day to take
advantage of more poten-
tial business, rand to help
visitors who come down on
Monday expecting it to be
open.


"I know a lot of people
drive all the way from
Dothan and from Georgia,
thinking that it will be open
on Monday, like most
water parks,"Hatcher said.
"They wind up having to
search around for some-
where else to swim. In
thinking about this, I real-
ized that there was really
only one reason we were
not opening on that day, to
do the mowing and mainte-
nance, and that it could be
scheduled for some other
times."
Hatcher said the Gulf oil
spill was also a factor in his
thinking.
"If the area beaches on
the coast were to close
because of that, that would
give us one more day to be
an alternative for the peo-
ple who won't be able to
get on the beach," he said.
"We '~ant to be ready for
them if that occurs. We
hope that it doesn't, but
we'd be an alternative for
them if it does."
Hatcher also asked the
See HOURS, Page 5A >


4 arrested,


1 Tasered,
STAFF REPORT
The Marianna
Police Department
responded to a dis-
turbance at 2928
Milton Ave. in
Ma r i an n a
Corey A. Wednesday, which
Williams led to the arrest of
four Marianna res-
Sidents - one of
whom was also
Tasered.
According to a
press release from
the Marianna
Police, upon
Erica E. arrival of the resi-
Myrick dence, officers
noticed several
people involved 'in
a physical fight
near the street.
The release.
states that when
officers attempted
to break up the
Calvin fight, Coreq A.
Williams, 33,
Myrick became physically
aggressive toward
officers and had to
be subdued by a
Taser.
Williams was
'then arrested and
charged with dis-
orderly intoxica-
Travis tion, resistifig with
Myrick violence, battery
and assault on a
law enforcement officer.
Police state that Erica Eyvette
Myrick, 26, attempted to inter-
See TASERED, Page 5A o


County rejects proposed bed tax change


But public hearing will be held on the issue


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County Commission unani-
mously rejected the Tourist Development
Council's request to change the spending
plan. for bed tax revenues, and to revamp the
county's overall Tourist Development Plan.
The main change proposed would have
freed up money that has been set aside since
2004 for the possible construction of a con-
vention center.
The Tourist Development Plan was put in
place when the county first enacted a bed tax
toward the end of 1998. By state law, the
plan must be reviewed periodically.
For several months the TDC and county
commission have had joint meetings about
how it should be updated. The plan is essen-
tially a recitation of how the bed tax money
can be spent.
Tuesday's vote made it clear that the two
bodies do not agree on all issues, particular-
ly a change that would in effect "de-restrict"
half the bed tax funds.
Although the plan amendment was voted
down Tuesday night, a related ordinance
change is still on the table for a public hear-
ing.
Commissioner Willie Spires offered a
motion that would have also nixed a pro-
posed public hearing to "de-restrict" the rev-
enues. But that was rejected 2-3, with Spires
and Commissioner Ed Crutchfield the sole
votes against.
The revamp plan was presented Tuesday
by TDC Chairman Paul Donofro Jr. and
Jackson County - Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director Art Kimbrough. The
chamber manages the TDC's day-to-day
operations under contract with the county.
The main element of the change requested
by Donofro and Kimbrough would have set
the" stage for the proposed ordinance amend-
ment to "repurpose" almost $1 million of
bed tax money set aside for the possible con-


Art Kimbrough and Paul Donofro Jr. attempt to persuade Jackson County Commissioners
to repurpose funds reserved for a possible civic center. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


vention center.
The TDC now wants to spend the accumu-
lated funds, and those'that come in later, in a
variety of other ways.
In a summary of the proposed change, the
TDC set out a laundry list of potential uses,
and the last item would have allowed the use
of bed tax funds on "any other statutorily
authorized uses of tourist development taxes
not explicitly stated in (the other) defini-
tions" on that list.
The list would have expanded the potential
uses of bed tax revenues from four main cat-
egories to 11, including the catch-all at the
end of the list.
The existing four categories limit spend-


ing to sponsoring major events that draw vis-
itors;, special one-day events sponsored by
non-profits based in Jackson County; ama-
teur sporting events that bring large numbers
of people in from out of the county; and
municipal projects such as the establishment
*or refurbishment of structures for events in
the county.
The 11-item list includes the original four
categories, allowing but not dedicating
spending for a convention center or similar
structure.
It would additionally have-allowed spend-
ing on a tourist bureau to carry out the mis-
' See TAX, Page 5A1


Lakey: Don't bother


Recommends

county pass

on buying old

WalMart
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jackson County
Administrator Ted Lakey
advised the Jackson County
Commission not to pursue the
purchase of the old WalMart,
building on U.S. Highway 90.
The commission took no
action on his recommendation,
in effect leaving the possibility


of the county buying the build-
ing on the table.
The county has expressed
interest in buying and rehabili-
tating the old WalMart to
become a new county adminis-
tration building. The renova-
tion cost is estimated at around
$5.7 million, ov6r and above
the purchase of the real estate.
Lakey recommended aban-
doning the idea because the
lien holder is not willing to
come off its $1.2 million ask-
ing price, which would satisfy
the lien in full.
The building had first been
offered to the county for about
$4 million, but then it went into
foreclosure. With the possibili-
See LAKEY, Page 5A >


Beauty queens efforts to help clean-up dismissed
BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


Several Jackson County beauty
queens traveled to Pensacola
Monday and attempted to assist
in the oil spill efforts. However,
much to their surprise their
efforts were seemingly not wel-
come.
Miss Northwest Florida and
Cottondale High School graduate
Morgan Mount organized
Monday's event, in an attempt to
assist BP workers in any way
possible.
Mount said after the oil rig
explosion, and reading endless
articles about the clean-up efforts
on the coast, she knew she want-
ed to get involved somehow.
"I felt like with everything
going on, there had to be a way
See QUEENS, Page 5A >


Several Jackson County beauty queens traveled to Pensacola'
Monday and attempted to assist in the oil spill efforts. -
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June 24 - Thursday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is
sold out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday in -the 'Jackson County
Courthouse parking lot. The state certified
farmers' market accepts FMNP/WIC and
Elder Affairs coupons.
* A member of Congressman Allen Boyd's
(D-North Florida) professional staff will be
in Marianna-and Graceville to give the peo-
ple 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, commis-
sion 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.
I* Registration for Chipola College's
Summer Session II is June 24. Classes
begin June 28. Applications for admission
available 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 be at 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, glu-
cose 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 available to 'explain
results/answer questions. For accurate


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for June
22, the latest available
report: Two accidents with-
out injury, one dead per-
son, one suspicious 'vehi-
cle, three suspicious per-
sons, one highway obstruc-
tion, one physical distur-
bance, four verbal distur-
bances, eight traffic stops,
one larceny complaint, one
trespassing complaint, two
follow-up investigations,
two juvenile complaints,
one assault, two animal
complaints, one retail


theft, one assist of another
:agency and five public
service calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and
Jackson Fire Rescue listed
the follow-
ing incidents -
for June 22, ~'- '
the latest -
availableT HCRIME
report: Two
accidents with injury, one
accident with unknown
injury, one abandoned
vehicle, two 'suspicious


results, do not eat or drink in the two hours
prior to testing.
* The Family Council for the Chipola
Nursing Pavilion & Retirement Center is
taking pre-paid Boston butt orders, $25
each, through Jund 25. Contact any council
member or stop by 4294.Third Avenue,
Marianna. Pick-up is Thursday, July 1, 3-6
p.m. at the center. Proceeds benefit resi-
dents of the center.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits arid
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.
R Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
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
Saturday 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 security/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-
tion , 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
, Pennsylvania 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.


vehicles, two suspicious
incidents, two suspicious
persons, one highway
obstruction, one burglary,
one physical disturbance,
one verbal disturbance,
one vehicle fire, 14 med-
ical calls, one burglar
alarm, one panic alarm, 18
traffic stops, four larceny
complaints, four criminal
mischief complaints, two
assaults, one suicide
attempt, two animal com-
plaints, one sex offense,
one fraud, one assist of a
motorist, one child abuse
complaint, three public
service calls, three trans-


June 28 - Monday
SChipola College's Summer Session II
classes begin June 28. Late registration
continues through noon on June 29.
Applications for admission are available in
the Admissions Office in the Student
Service Building or online at www.chipo-
la.edu. Call 71-8-2284.
"* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be- at the Chipola
College Nursing Department, 10,a.m. to 4
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.
* Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK) reg-
istration for Jackson County Schools
begins at 8 a.m. in the Early Childhood
Programs Office, 2950 Cherokee St.,
Marianna, in front of Riverside Elementary'
School. For details and requirements, call
482-1266.
* Parkinson's Support Group meets at
noon in the ground floor classroom of
Jackson Hospital, 4250 Hospital Dr.,
Marianna. Lunch provided. Those diag-
nosed with Parkinson's and their caregivers
are welcome. Certified Athletic
Trainer/Exercise Physiologist Derek Ellis of
Jackson Hospital Therapy/Integras
Wellness Center presents "Home Safety
and Mobility .Tips for -the Parkinson's
Patient." No cost to participate. Call 718-
2661.
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
Finance Committee meets at 5:30 p.m. in
the Hudnall Building community room.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.

June 29 - 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 parkinglot. The state certified
farmers' market- accepts FMNP/WIC and
Elder Affairs coupons.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center,
2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-
5028.
* Jackson County Quilters Guild Marianna
Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m. in the First
United Methodist Church Youth Hall,
Clinton Street, behind the Marianna Post
Office. Call 272-7068.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.


ports, three threats, one
illegal dumping and one
counterfeit money report.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting period:
- Leslie Smith, 33, 1017
Mill Road, Alford, D.U.I.
- Melissa Wiese, 21,
1405 Forrest Drive,
Chipley, retail theft.
- Demtrius Batson, 24,
202 Tiffany Drive, Dothan,
Ala., driving while license


suspended or revoked.
- Detra Wyrosdich, 38,
2373 6th Ave., Alford, vio-
lation of community con-
trol.
- Rhonda Harrell, 51,
4820 E. Highway 90,
Marianna, possession of
less than 20 grams of mari-
juana, possession of drug
paraphernalia.
JAIL POPULATION: 246

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


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Horse tests positive for encephalitis


STAFF REPORT

A horse in Jackson County has been
recently been confirmed has having eastern
equine encephalitis, according to the coun-
ty health department.
The affected horse was identified at a
location off Alcxsam Drive, southeast of
Marianna.
The Jackson County Health Department
is encouraging residents and visitors to pro-
tect themselves against mosquitoes, which
carry and pass along the virus to humans
and animals.
The state monitors animals as sentinels
for arboviruses, including eastern equine
encephalitis, West Nile and St. Louis
encephalitis virus, to determine if any of
those three viruses are present in the com-
munity.
The Florida Departments of Health and


Agriculture and Consumer Services, along
with other state and local agencies, are
working to detect the viruses spread by
mosquitoes to humans or animals. The
Jackson County Health Department has
increased mosquito control efforts in the
area.
Mosquito-borne infections in people can
causp headache, fever, dizziness, confusion,
movement disorders and coma.
For more information on mosquito-borne.
diseases, visit the state health department's
environmental health website at
www.doh.state.fl.us/Environment/medi-
cine/arboviral/index.html; the CDC website
at www.cdc.gov; call the West Nile Virus
Hotline at 1-888-880-5782; or contact the
local county health department.
Information on arboviruses can also be
found at: www.doacs.state.fl.us/ai/, or by
calling (850) 410-0900.


Prevention of mosquito bites

and mosquito-borne illness


* Minimize outdoor activities between
dusk and dawn when mosquitoes are
most active.
* When outdoors and mosquitoes are
present, wear shoes, socks, long pants,
and a long-sleeved shirt.
* Use mosquito repellent as directed
by the manufacturer.
* Repair residential screening, includ-
ing porches and patios, if tears or-other
openings are found.
* Eliminate mosquito breeding sites:
clean out eaves, troughs and gutters;


remove old tires or drill holes in those
used in playgrounds to drain; turn over
or remove empty plastic pots; pick up all
beverage containers and cups; check
tarps on boats or other equipment that
may collect water; pump out bilges on
boats; replace water in birdbaths and pet
or other animal feeding dishes at least
once a week; change water in plant
trays, including hanging plants, at least
once a week; remove vegetation or
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Farm Service nominations open Cottondale High
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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Agriculture Secretary
Tom Vilsack recently
announced that farfner and
rancher candidate nomina-
tions began Tuesday, June
15, for local Farm Service
Agency county comnfiit-
tees. The nomination peri-
od continues through
Monday, Aug. 2, with the
election taking place
between Friday, Nov. 5,
and the close of business on
Monday, Dec. 6'
"I encourage all produc-
ers to participate in the
nomination of county com-
mittee candidates by the
Aug. 2 deadline," Vilsack
said. "We would like as
much participation as pos-
sible since county commit-
tees provide a vital link and
a voice for landowners,
farmers and ranchers to
have opinions and ideas
.heard at the U.S.
Department of Agriculture.
With better participation in
recent years, we also have
seen .a trend of increased
nominations of. minority
and women producers that
we hope will continue."
To be eligible to serve on
a Farm Service Agency
county committee, a person
must participate or cooper-
ate in a program adminis-
tered by FSA, be eligible to


nine-weeks honor roll


vote in a county committee
election, and reside in the
administrative area in
which the person is a can-
didate.
Producers may nominate
themselves or others, and
organizations representing
minorities and women also
may nominate candidates.
To become a candidate, an
eligible individual must
sign the nomination form
FSA-669A. The form and
other information about
FSA county committee
elections are available
online at
www.fsa.usda.gov/elec-


tions. Nomination. forms
for the 2010 election must
be postmarked or received
in the local USDA Service
Center, 2741 Pennsylvania
Ave., Marianna, by close of
business on Aug. 2.
FSA -county committee
members make decisions
on disaster and conserva-
tion programs, emergency
programs, commodity
price support loan' pro-
grams and other important
agricultural issues.
Members serve three-year
terms.
Nationwide, there are
about 7,800 farmers and


- Floridan file art
ranchers serving on FSA
county committees.
Committees- consist of
three to 11 members who
are elected by eligible pro-
ducers.
FSA will mail ballots to
eligible voters beginning
Nov. 5. The ballots are due
Back to the county office
either by mail, or in person
by Dec. 6. Newly elected
committee members and
alternates take office Jan. 1,
2011.
On the Net:
www.fsa. usda.gov/elec-
tions


Sixth Grade

A Honor Roll -
Mackensie Broxton, Kelsey
Corbin, Jesse Deese,
Brendon Hales, Daniel
Lewis, Brandon Rogers,
Roy Sampson, Mckaylah
See, Savannah Sizemore,
Janaysha Smith, Austin
Stephens, Kevin Tharp,
Holly Tyler, Zoee Warren
and Ryan Williams.
A/B Honor Roll -
Trenton Brinkley, Billie
Dominguez, Jessy Foran,
Tiffany Franklin, Deunna
Gonzalez, Jeffrey Greene,
Colby Hargrove, Isaiah
Hendricks, Joshua
Hillhouse, Demetrius
Houston, Justin Lipford,
Forrest Martin,. Brently
McClain, Alexis Melvin,
Jordan Merritt, Breana
Spooner, Shanekia Walton
and Hank Wilkes.

Seventh Grade

A Honor Roll
SueEllen Mosier and Carly
'Wester.
A/B Honor Roll -
Cameron Braxton, Madison
Broxton, Cheyanne
Franklin, Breanna Harrell,
Alexander Lamb, Kayla
Lathan, Catherine Lipford,
Jake Mayo, Destinee
McDaniel, Cameron
McKinney, Connor Melvin,
Chelsea Morris and Shivam
Patel.

Eighth Grade

A Honor Roll -
Victoria Brown and Mary
Raines.
A/B Honor Roll -
Frances Dilmore, Samantha
Maloy, Caitlin Melvin,
Michael Mullaney,
Veronica Peacock,
Kourtnie Richardson,
Brooke .Shores, Wendy
Singleton, Taylor Tate, Lilli
Toole, Jessica Wilkinson


and Mercedes York.

Ninth Grade

A Honor Roll - Roberto
Vargo.
A/B Honor Roll - Haley
Boggs, Maggie Braxton,
Tasnim Habiba, Cody
Hamm, Austin Nix and
Roshani Patel.

10th Grade

A Honor Roll - Valerie
D'Ambrosio.
A/B Honor Roll - Caleb
Abbott, Ciarra Baxley,
Dustin Baxley, Chandler
Brakton, Kendall Braxton,
Katelynn Lewis, Destiny
Moyer, Joelle Perkins,
Kristen Reynolds, Brittany
Shores, William Singleton
and Michael Zink.

11th Grade

A Honor Roll - Darius
Pollock.
A/B Honor Roll -
Samantha Ashmead, Kaitlyn
Baxley, Paula Gary, Jakia:
Grimsley, Chelsea Hutto,
Darien Pollock and Devin
Thomas.

12th Grade

A Honor Roll -
Samantha Brainerd, Yaritza
Figueroa, Alicia Godwin,
Dylan Mayo, Shelby Morris,
Dylan Paramore, Syrinna
Pope, Brooke Vickery and
Nicholas Zolnoor.
A/B Honor Roll - Mary
Auger, Jeremy Bellamy,
Katie Braxton, Christopher
Clemmons, Jerhron
Clemmons, Morgan Fowler,
Clay Gay, Santana Hamm,
Cameron Harmon, Marcus
Humose, Nicholas Jackson,
Tessa Juirgonski, Kieysa
Paul, Khadijah Ross, Kaylie
Scott, Timothy Thurlow,
Faneician Walker and Brent
Williams.


Marriages, divorces for

the week of June 14-18


Marriages

SNone reported.


Divorces

* Jenny Lynn Black vs.
George David Black.


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Thick pools of oil wash up along north Fla. coast


BY MELISSA NELSON
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

PENSACOLA BEACH -
Thick pools of oil washed' up
along miles of national park and
Pensacola Beach shoreline
Wednesday. as health advisories
against swimming, and fishing in
the once-pristine waters were
extended for 33 miles east from
the Alabama/Florida border.
Park rangers in the Gulf
Islands National Seashore helped
to rescue an oiled juvenile dol-
phin found beached in the sand.
Bobbie Visnovske, a park ranger,
said ai family found the young
female dolphin -Wednesday
morning. Wildlife officers carried.
the animal into shallow water for


immediate resuscitation and later
transported it to a rehabilitation
center in Panama City about 100
miles to the east.
More than a dozen oil skim-
ming boats worked'just yards off
of the once-white sands of
Pensacola Beach Wednesday
afternoon.. The beach looked like
it had been paved with a ribbon
of asphalt about six-feet wide.
The thick crude was unlike the
matted tar balls that had washed
up about two weeks earlier.
"It is very disappointing. It is
not a pristine, white beach any-
more. This used to be a place
where you could come and forget
about all your cares in the world,"
said Nancy Berry, who fought
back tears as she watched her two


grandsons play in the sand far
from the shore line.
Dozens of workers in protec-
tive clothing used shovels
Wednesday to scoop up the oil
and orange-tinged sand. There
were a few sunbathers at the
beach, but no one was in the
water.
Tar balls stretch as far east as
Panama City and heavier oil is
predicted to wash ashore further
east along the coast line in the
coming days.
Gov. Charlie Crist toured
Pensacola Wednesday morning.
Crist said he has called for more
skimmers and was disheartened
so much oil had slipped through
the 24-hour skimming opera-
tion that had been under way in


the area for weeks.
"We got to stay on top of this,"
he said.
But Crist said the problem was
the vast amount of coastline that
has to be protected as the thicker
oil creeps east from the tip of
Louisiana toward the Florida
peninsula.
The governor wants to call a
special session of the Legislature
as early as July to address tax
relief and other spill-related
issues. Crist said he has the sup-
port of Panhandle legislators, but
legislative leaders in areas so far
unaffected by the spill have been
uncooperative.
Escambia County health offi-
cials warned beachgoers not to
wade in oily water, not to touch


the oil and not to fish in oily water.
"Young children, pregnant
women, people with compro-
mised immune systems, and indi-
, viduals with underlying respira-
tory conditions should avoid the
area," the health warning said.
The oil had a chemical stench
as it baked in the afternoon heat.
"It's pretty ugly, there's no
question about it," Crist said.
Linda Stephens and her family
said under a beach umbrella near-
by and watched the governor and
his entourage.
"It just makes you angry and
made because all of this was man
made," Stephens said. "The worst
part is when you look at that bird
flying over there and think about
what might happen to it."


McChrystal out; Petraeus picked for Afghanistan


BY ANNE GEARAN AND
JENNIFER LOVEN
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS


WASHINGTON
President Barack Obama
sacked his loose-lipped
Afghanistan commander
Wednesday, a seismic shift
for the military order in
wartime, and chose the
familiar, admired - and
tightly disciplined - Gen.
David Petraeus to replace
him. Petraeus, architect of
the Iraq war turnaround, was
once again to take hands-on
leadership of a troubled war
effort.
Obama said bluntly that
Gen. Stanley McChrystal's
scornful remarks about
administration officials in
interviews for a magazine
article represent conduct
that "undermines the civil-
ian control of the military
that is at the core of our
democratic system."
He fired the commander
after summoning him from
Afghanistan for a face to
face meeting in the Oval
Office and named Petraeus,
the Central Command chief
who was McChrystal's
direct boss, to step in.
By pairing those
announcements, Obama


President Barack Obama, followed by, from second from left, Gen. David Petraeus,
Defense Secretary Robert Gates, Vice President Joe Biden, and Joint Chiefs
Chairman Adm. Michael Mullen, walks to the Rose Garden of the White House in,
.Washington Wednesday to announce that Petraeus would replace Gen. Stanley
McChrystal. .- AP Photo/Charles Dharapak
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President Barack Obama, followed by, from second from left, Gen. David Petraeus,
Defense Secretary Robert Gates, Vice President Joe Biden, and Joint Chiefs
Chairman Adm. Michael Mullen, walks to the Rose Garden of the White House in.
.Washington Wednesday to. announce that Petraeus would replace Gen. Stanley
McChrystal. - AP Photo/Charles Dharapak


sought to move on from'the
firestorm that was renewing
debate over his revamped
Afghanistan policy.
It was meant to assure
Afghans, U.S., allies and a
restive American elec-
torate that a firm hand is


running the war.
Expressing praise for
McChrystal yet certainty he
had to go, Obama said he did
not make the decision over
any disagreement in policy
or "out of any sense of per-
sonal insult." Flanked by


Vice President Joe Biden,
Defense Secretary Robert
Gates and Adm. Mike
Mullen, chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff, in the
,Rose Garden, he said: "War
is bigger than any one man or
woman, whether a private, a


general, or a president."
He urged the Senate to
confirm Petraeus swiftly
and emphasized the
Afghanistan strategy he
announced in December
was not shifting with
McChrystal's departure.
"This is a change in per-
sonnel but it is not a change
in policy," Obama said.
Indeed, as Obama was
speaking, McChrystal
released a statement saying
that he resigned out of "a
desire tot see the mission
succeed" and expressing
support'for the war strategy.
With lawmakers of both
.parties praising the .choice
of Petraeus, the White
House is confident he Will
be confirmed before
Congress adjourns at the
end of next week.
Obama hit several grace
notes about McChrystal and
his service after their meet-
ing, saying he made the
decision to sack him "with
considerable regret." And
yet, he said the job in
Afghanistan cannot be done
now under McChrystal's
leadership, asserting that the
critical remarks from the
general and his inner circle
in Rolling Stone displayed
conduct that doesn't live up


to the standards for a com-
mand-level officer.
"I welcome debate among
my team, but I won't toler-
ate division," Obama said.
He had delivered that same
message - that there must
be no more backbiting - to
his full war cabinet in a
Situation Room session,
said a senior administration
official.
The announcement came
as June became the deadliest
month for the U.S.-dominat-
ed international coalition in
Afghanistan. NATO
announced eight'more inter-
national troop deaths
Wednesday for a total of 76
this month, one more than in
the deadliest month previ-
ously, in July 2009. Forty-
six of those killed this
month were Americans. The
U.S. has 90,800 troops, in
Afghanistan.
Obama seemed to suggest
that. McChrystal's military
career is over, saying the
nation should be grateful
"for his remarkable career in
uniform" as if that has
drawn to a close.
McChrystal left the White
House after the meeting and
returned to his military quar-
ters at Washington's Fort
McNair.


House committee approves


subpoena for BP documents


BY MATTHEW DALY
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
WASHINGTON - The
House Judiciary
Committee on Wednesday
subpoenaed BP claims doc-
uments, after its chairman
said the company has not
complied with requests to
provide information on its
payments.
The' committee's voice
vote showed bipartisan
agreement for Chairman
John Conyers' efforts to
release claims information
to the public.
The committee also
voted, 16-11, to approve a
bill eliminating limits on
the amount of money that
vessel owners had to pay
for deaths and injuries. The
bill would 'allow family
members to collect pay-
ments for non-monetary
damages such as pain and
suffering.
Introduced by Conyers,
D-Mich., the bill was sent
to the full House, where it
will be considered along
with other legislation
resulting from the massive-
oil spill in the Gulf of
Mexico.
Meanwhile, the new
director of a government
agency that oversees off-
shore drilling said he is cre-
ating an internal investiga-
tions team to help him
improve the agency's per-
formance.
In another matter, House
Majority ..Leader' Steny
Hoyer urged the White
House to hold a summit
with East Coast governors
and local officials to ensure
they are prepared if oil
from the Gulf spill makes
its way up the Atlantic
coastline.'
The new investigative
team will look into allega-
tions of misconduct and
respond quickly to emerg-
ing problems, said Michael
Bromwich, the new head of
the Interior Department's
Bureau of Ocean Energy
Management, Regulation
and Enforcement. The unit
will report directly to him
and will help ensure that oil
and gas companies comply
with laws and regulations,
as well as investigate prob-
lems within the agency
itself, Bromwich said
Wednesday.
"My two-and-a-half days


Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, right, accompanied by
Michael Bromwich, the new head of the Interior,
Department's Bureau of Ocean Energy Management,
Regulation and Enforcement, testifies on Capitol Hill in
Washington Wednesday before the Senate Interior,
Environment, and Related Agencies subcommittee hear-
ing on the reorganization of the Minerals Management
Service. - AP Photo/Alex Brandon


on the job has shown me
that there is not that kind of
investigative capability in
my organization, .and I
think it's vital to create it,"
he told a Senate subcom-
mittee.
Bromwich, who took
over Monday at the newly
created ocean energy
bureau, established a simi-
lar investigative team at the
Justice Department when
he served as its inspector
general.
A former federal prose-
cutor, Bromwich, 56, has
been given a broad man-
date to reorganize the
drilling agency, which until
Monday was known as the
Minerals Management
Service. The 1,700-
employee agency, which
regulates the oil and gas
industry and collects bil-
lions in royalties from it,
has been criticized for a
cozy relationship with oil
companies and lax over-
sight.


Interior Secretary Ken
Salazar said Bromwich and
other officials will make
attacking corruption at the
minerals agency a top pri-
ority.
One immediate problem
Bromwich faces: The
agency has just 62 inspec-
tors-essentially in charge of
overseeing nearly 4,000
production wells in the
Gulf of Mexico, Alaska
and other areas.
"We need 250 additional
inspectors to get the job
done," Salazar told the
Senate Interior
Appropriations
Subcommittee.
"You are asking for six
(new inspectors) right now.
It's a big jump," replied
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the
panel's chairwoman.
Feinstein said she and
other lawmakers would
work to expand the number
of inspectors at the agency.
The Obama administra-
tion plans to break up the.
T


drilling agency into three
separate entities to elimi-
nate conflicts of interest.
President Barack Obama
announced Bromwich's
appointment last week and
said he had directed him to
implement far-reaching
changes.
Bromwich said the new
investigative unit will focus
on three main roles: inves-
tigating allegations of mis-
conduct; responding to
high-priority issues; and
implementing agency reor-
ganization.
The changes approved
by the Judiciary panel
would permit recovery of
non-monetary damages by
the families of 11 workers
who died, including pain
and suffering and loss of
care, comfort and compan-
ionship.
They also would repeal a
law limiting that limits a,
vessel owner's liability
death and injury to the
value of a vessel and its
cargo. Rig owner
Transoceah Ltd. has sought
to use the law to limit its
liability to the discounted
salvage value of the rig,
estimated at $27 million.


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No prison work crews disbanded - yet


But state

budget cuts may

reduce numbers

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Governmental agencies in
Jackson County that depend on
inmate work crews are worried
about the future of the
Department of Corrections'
squads.
'The crews, supervised by
trained employees of various


county governments, are in possi-
ble jeopardy due to the state's
budget-cutting measures.
Late last week and early this
week, some municipal leaders
say they got calls from the insti-
tutions in their communities,
advising that their DOC-super-
vised work squads were to be dis-
banded as of July 1, the start of
that agency's fiscal year.
However, other officials within
that state agency say those calls
were premature.
No final list and no date for
squad shut-downs have been set,
according to DOC spokesperson
Jo Ellyn Rackleff.


However, she added those
decisions could be pending in the
next few days.
She acknowledged that possi-
bly, reassigning some DOC staff
from outside duty, like supervis-
ing work squads, to duties inside
the prisons, was part of the
DOC's budget-cutting process.
The state miay also be consider-
ing a reduced work schedule for
some crews around the state,
rather than outright disbanding
them.
But she also said that DOC
Secretary Walter McNeil is "try-
ing to hold the financially
strapped counties (like Jackson)


fiscally harmless," as the state
seeks to balance its budget
through such measures.
She didn't know why those
calls were made by the institu-
tions to officials in the county,
but had some thoughts onr how
the confusion could have ensued.
Some ideas were sent to the
regional offices, asking how
much of an impact disbanding
work squads would have in their
communities. The number sug-
gested by each regional office
varied, but as of Wednesday
afternoon only one squad in
Jackson County was mentioned
for possible shut-down, one of


Jackson Correctional Institution's
eight work squads.
Rackleff stressed, however,
that there is no final list, and no
date yet designated for any possi-
ble squad shut-downs.
Another possibility is that the
state could allow affected-govern-
ments to add more of their own
specially trained staff, in order to
retain a work squad that might be
on the list for shut-down, or a
reduced schedule.
Rackleff and other DOC repre-
sentatives also stressed that
McNeil is committed to saving
jobs in the institutions as the
budget is'adjusted.


Sneads principal promoted


New principal

named

BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jackson County School
Board officials authorized
the promotion of two district
personnel, due to the retire-
ment of another.
Sneads Elementary
School has, in turn, received
a new principal, and the dis-
trict will receive a new direc-
tor of elementary education
at the end of the summer.
Current elementary educa-
tion director for the Jackson
County school district, Linda
Cox, is retiring this summer
after 30 years with the dis-
trict. Cox started as a teacher
at Marianna Middle School
in 1980. She became an
administrative assistant by
1993, and principal by 2000.
In 2001, Cox relocated to
Graceville Elementary as
principal and stayed there
until July 2005, when she
was promoted to director of
elementary education for the
district.
Cox will officially retire
as director af the end of July.
Former Sneads Elementary
principal Cheryl McDaniel
will be taking her place.
When McDaniel
addressed the'school board
members at the regular meet-
ing last week about her new
position, she said, "I've got
some big shoes to fill, but I
will do my best."
McDaniel has been with
the school district for L9
years, seven of which she
held the principal's position
at Sneads. Prior to being


Carolyn Pilcher will be taking over as Sneads
Elementary School principal from Cheryl McDaniel,
who will be the new elementary education director for
Jackson County. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


principal, McDaniel was
also a guidance counselor
and teacher at Sneads
Elementary for 12 years.
Under McDaniel's leader-
ship as principal, Sneads
Elementary achieved many
years of academic excel-'
lence. The school has been
known for ,its consecutive
year as an "A" school, and
meeting AYP, or adequate
yearly progress.
Both distinctions, while
good, could be a contribut-
ing factor to the possible
overcrowding issues the dis-
trict officials may be facing
for the 2010-11 school year.
Based on enrollment num-
bers - which may be
approximately 100 over
capacity for next year -
Sneads Elementary is a pop-
ular school with parents in
the county.
In fact, Stuart Wiggins,
district director of facilities
and construction, said school
officials have been told to
start verifying residency


when enrolling new stu-
dents, to ensure, those stu-
dents reside in Jackson
County.
Wiggins said in the past,
the school has had a good
number ofGadsden County
students enroll. However,
with the expected enrollment
number for the 'upcoming
school year, there just isn't
enough room for "out-of-
county" students, he said.
With McDaniel packing
her desk to head to the dis-
trict office in Marianna, a
former teacher on special
assignment will be filling the
recently vacated principal
position.
Carolyn Pilcher was pro-
moted at the school board
meeting last week to princi-
Spal of Sneads Elementary.
Pilcher has been with the
district for 19 years, with 16
of those as a teacher at
Sneads.
"I'm so excited; I feel like
someone handed me a gift
with a bow on it," Pilcher


said of the appointment.
Pilcher said her goal is to
continue in McDaniel's foot-
steps, that of academic
excellence for her students.
"It's all about the students;
they are our number one cus-
tomer," Pilcher said.
However, there will be
challenges to face as well.
"The current. overpopula-
tion issue is going to be quite
a challenge," Pilcher said.
"Although a majority of the
decisions are up to the board,
we as an administration will
work our hardest to do
what's best for the students."
Pilcher said she has-
enough teachers to aceom-
modate the enrollment num-
bers for next year, but space
will be an issue.
"If the board doesn't
authorize the purchase of a
few portables, we'll have,
some classrooms with co-
teaching," she says.
Pilcher said the portables
could be the solution and
that more' space is needed,
even if the portables com-
promise the aesthetics of the
campus.
Wiggins told the board
last week that the portables
may need to be placed in the
front of the school. Some
board members seemed dis-
pleased with that proposed
location, but they may have
no other choice.
"Sometimes, when think-
ing of the children, things
like aesthetics need to be put
on hold," Pilcher said. "We
need enough room."
The school board plans to
meet this week in a special
meeting to discuss approval
of a lease agreement for the
portables at . Sneads
Elementary.


Tax Continued From Page 1A


sions of the TDC; spending on .a
tourist, information. center; adminis-
tration to carry out the'mission of the
TDC; spending to advertise events
and Jackson County in 'national
media; spending on direct marketing
to generate leads and build relation-
ships that could have tourism benefits
for the county; and spending .on
research to identify target markets,:
refine the county's tourism message
and measure the effectiveness of pro-
grams, projects and investinents.
Motel owners collect 4 cents on the-
dollar. The first 2 cents was adopted
after voters approved a referendum to
enact it. The original 2 cents is used
mainly to fund events that have the
potential to put "heads in beds" in
Jackson County.
Once the tax was approved, the
county commission was then able to
add 2 more cents, without voter input,


in 2004. In doing so, the commission
adopted an ordinance designating the
second 2 cents for the proposed con-
vention center.
'The hope was that such a structure
would draw groups to the, county for
multiple-day meetings, or for other
events that 'would necessitate
overnight stays in. local motels. The
additional 2-cent tax was meant to
help with the preliminary costs asso-
ciated with the center's planning and
construction.
But this action was taken before the
economy went into recession. In the
lingering downturn, Dbnofro and
Kimbrough said, there is little oppor-
tunity to obtain grants to help build
the $10 million convention center that
was envisioned when the bed tax rev-
enue was approved by the commis-
sion.
The TDC now wants to use the


money in other ways, including
money that has already accrued and
what will come in later.
While the commission acknowl-
edged that the original convention
center may not be feasible, it isn't
ready to give up on some Version of a.
,meeting place just yet,
The commission said it may want
to hold on to what's already in the
account, toward the construction of a
building 'when' the economy
improves.
Although Kimbrough pointed out
the commission could always go back
and reinstate the money later, the
commission was not convinced that
the overall TDC -plan needs to be
changed.
It did agree, however, to convene a
public hearing on a proposed ordi-
nance change that, if adopted, would
"de-restrict" the second 2-cent tax.


Oil spews again in Gulf

after robot bumps cap
BY MICHAEL KUNZELMAN
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

NEW ORLEANS - Oil spewed uncontrolled into
the Gulf of Mexico again Wednesday after an,undersea
robot bumped the cap being used to contain it, forcing
BP engineers fo remove the device and then scramble
to reattach it. The latest setback left nothing to stem
the flow of oil at its source. A camera recording the
well showed huge clouds of black fluid coming out of
the seafloor. BP hoped to quickly replace the cap,
which since June 4 had been carrying some of the oil
gushing from the blown-out well to a surface ship.
Most recently, it was sucking up about 29,000 gallons
an hour, crude that spewed back into the Gulf on
Wednesday. Another ship was still collecting a small-
Ser amount of oil and burning it on tlje surface. BP engi-
neers removed'the cap after the mishap because fluid
seemed to be leaking, creating a possible safety hazard
because of the flames above,.and they were concerned
ice-like crystals might clog it. They were working to
replace it Wednesday night. The latest problem with
the nine-week effort to stop the gusher came as thick
pools of oil washed up on Pensacola Beach in Florida
and the Obama administration sought to resurrect a
six-month moratorium on deepwater drilling. Under
the worst-case scenario, as much as 104,000 gallons an
hour - 2.5 million gallons a day - is flowing from
the site where the offshore rig Deepwater Horizon
exploded April 20, killing 11 workers.



H ours Continued From Page 1A

commission to approve ing Memorial Day week-
$1,948 in overtime for holi- end. As for the upcoming
day hours at Blue Springs. July 4 holiday weekend,.
No overtime will be'needed' Hatcher said opening up on
for the extra open day, he Mondays will give residents
said,, but the-extra hour on an opportunity to watch the
three holidays always costs annual triathlon event there.
the county more in labor. It is being held this year on
He requested it ahead of Monday, July 5. Without
time this year, anticipating Tuesday's decision, the
his department will need it park would only have been
for July 4 and Labor Day. open. to the triathlon ath-
His staff had already logged letes, officials and support
some overtime for the open- teams.


Tasered . Continued From Page 1A

vene in Williams' arrest. She charged with disorderly
was also arrested . and intoxication - Calvin
charged with disorderly Myrick, 25, and Travis
intoxication and obstruction Myrick, 24. All four were
of justice. Two others transported to Jackson
involved with the distur- County Correctional Facility
bance were arrested and to await first appearance.


Lake Continued From Page 1A


ty that the structure would
be sold for much less at
auction as a result, the
county contacted the lien
holder, State Bank of
Texas, to negotiate a possi-
ble purchase in lieu of wait-
ing for an auction.
But Lakey said he could-
n't get the bank to budge. In-


making his recommenda-
tion, he citing continued
state budget constraints that
make it unlikely the county
could get grant money any-
time soon to fix up the
building.
Commissioners had little
to say about his presenta-
tion, and took no action.


Queens Continued From Page 1A


OBITUARIES


we could help," Mount said. "So I got in
touch with my pageant leader Jami
Daniels, and we organized the trip to
Pensacola."
With that, eight county beauty queens,
including Mount, initiated efforts by start-
ing Facebook groups requesting donations
of bottled water and power bars to be given
to clean-up crew workers.
The girls set up drop off points in
Marianna, Blountstown and Panama.City.
'They also asked Facebook users to donate
and drop off what they could at those loca-
tions.
With the recent summer heat reaching
sweltering temperatures, Mount and her
fellow queens felt it appropriate to distrib-
ute cold water to those working hard in the
clean-up efforts.
However, Mount said the girls' efforts
were panned.
"We came to help," she said. "We had no
ill will towards the workers. In fact, we
wanted to show our appreciation for their
efforts."
Yet the girls said they were practically
shooed away, as BP representatives wor-
ried the group was with the media.
Mount said the group collected hundreds
of water bottles to donate to the cleanup
crews. All the workers refused to accept the
water.
Jami Daniels, Miss Emerald Coast USA,
said she spoke with several BP officials
along the beach. They informed her that
they were contracting out with certain cor-
porations for water and supplies, thus they
would not be accepting any donations.
The ladies made an attempt to speak with
a few scattered crewmen who were on the


.beach, but were quickly asked if they were
with the media and informed they could not
speak, to anyone about the cleanup efforts.
However their crewmen's efforts,
according to the girls, seemed limited.
During the more than three hours they
scoured the beach, the only BP contractors
they witnessed were a handful of crewmen'
sitting under a tent, drinking sodas and tak-
ing a smoke break.
Mount said that two of the tents were
vacant for several hours, and a couple men
were observed digging in the sand with
plastic toy beach shovels. Again, when the
girls asked what the crews were doing, the
men quickly informed them they could not
talk about anything.
After seeking various ways to assist
workers for nearly four hours without luck,
the girls decided to hand out the water to
beach-goers instead.
"To be honest, I was upset by the
response from the BP representatives out
there," Mount said. "We put this whole
thing together and asked how we could
help, and they basically put us off. They
acted like it wasn't important.
"I was just really confused. They kept
asking us if we were with the media, and
then saying they couldn't talk about any-
thing," she said. "Yet they sat under tents
and dug in the sand."
The queens in attendance Monday were
Jami Daniels, Miss Emerald Coast USA;
Morgan Mount, Miss Northwest Florida;
Jacy Richards, Miss Panhandle; Skye
Hudson, Teen Miss Panhandle; Whitney
Willis, Teen Miss Gulf Shores; Chelsea
Cooper, Miss Pensacola USA; and Gracie
Simmons, Miss Pensacola Teen USA.


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




Charlie B.
Holmes

Charlie B. Holmes, 66, of
Marianna died Tuesday,
June 22, 2010, at his resi-
dence.
A native and lifelong resi-
dent of Marianna, Charlie
was a former member of
the National Guard, retired
as a correctional officer
from the Jackson Work
Camp and was a retired
police officer, having
served 21 years with the
Marianna Police Depart-
ment.
He was preceded in
death by his father, Coley
B. Holmes.
Survivors include his
daughter, Toni Stout;
granddaughter Zoie; and
his mother, Vera Holmes,
all of Marianna; a sister,
Mildred Lyle and husband
Michael, of Pensacola; and


a half-brother, Bobby Gene
Holmes and wife Mary, of
Georgia.
The funeral service will
be 11 a.m. Friday, June 25,
at Maddox Chapel, the Rev.
Ron Baker officiating. In-
terment will follow at Riv-
erside Cemetery, James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Thurs-
day, June 24, at Maddox
Chapel.
Brown Funeral Home
1068 Main St.
Chipley, FL 32428
850-638-4010
www.brownfh.net

Runell Tharp
Virginia
Penny
Solomon

Runell Tharp Virginia
Penny Solomon, 62, of Pel-
ham, Ga. passed away
Monday, June 21, 2010, in
Douglasville, Ga., as the re-
sult of an auto accident.
Born June 6, 1948, in Rus-
kin, to the late Arthur Lee
and Lucy Louise (Hykes)
Tharp, she had been a resi-
dent of Pelham for the past


four years, coming from
Clearwater. She was a for-
mer ,store manager for
Dillard's in Douglasville
and was a former resident
of Chipley.
Survivors include two
sons, Michael Penny and
his wife Heidi, of Pelham,
and Greg Penny of Phenix
City, Ala.; three sisters, Bet-
ty Foxworth, Sharlyn Tharp
and Joyce Carter, all of
Chipley; three grandchil-
dren, Christopher Penny,
Kaitlyn Penny and Mat-
thew Johnson; her step-
mother, Daisy Tharp; and a
stepbrother, Ronnie
Wright.
The family received
friends Wednesday, 6 to 8
p.m. at Brown Funeral
Home, Brickyard Road
Chapel.
.The funeral service will
be Thursday, June 24, at 10
a.m. in the Rock Hill
Church, the Rev. Cloys
Joiner officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in Rock
Hill Cemetery, Brown Fu-
neral Home of Chipley in
charge of the arrange-
ments.
Friends and family may
sign the online register at
www.brownfh.net.






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Tigers stay hot in Poplar


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Malone Tigers continued their hot streak.on a
busy week, with three straight wins Wednesday in
the Alabama-Florida Summer Basketball Shootout in
Poplar Springs.
The Tigers went 3-0 against the likes .of Slocumb,
Dale County and Geneva County, to move to 6-0 in
the Shootout and 7-1 on the week.
On Monday, Malone defeated Wicksburg,
Abbeville Christian and Northside Methodist.
The Tigers also competed in the Marianna
Summer League Tuesday, beating Mount Olive, Ala.,
and losing to Port St. Joe.
"We played well (Wednesday)," Malone coach
Steven Welch said. "In the summer, you usually
shoot it pretty good on the first game of the night,
then you get tired and have to find other ways to
score because your legs are gone.
"We shot it really well against Slocumb. In the
next two, we had to grind them out and play a little
bit of an open court game to win. But we're starting
to grow up a little bit defensively."
Welch said sophomore center Ty Baker played his
best game of the summer against Slocumb, but
everyone made key contributions.
"Overall, it was a team effort," the coach said. "I
was real pleased with the hustle plays. That's been an
issue with us before."
Indeed, when the Tigers have struggled this sum-
mer, it has usually come as a result of getting beaten
to loose balls and offensive rebounds far too often.
"Sometimes, we get caught playing flat-footed,"
Welch said of his team. "We're doing a little better
with it, but there are still those moments. (Against,
Slocumb), we went up 15 (points), then we relax and
it's a six-point game before you know it. We've just
got to clean that up. But that stuff is usually pretty
easy to fix."
The Tigers have been impressive more often than
not this summer, particularly given the transition
necessary after the graduation of star guard TJ Smith.
Smith left a big offensive void with his departure,
but Welch said he has been pleasantly surprised by
what he has seen from his team on offense.
"I've been really excited about our ability to score
See HOT, Page 2B >


Malone's LaDarius McElroy, left, gets set to go up for a shot in a game against'
Dale County in the Alabama-Florida Summer Basketball Shootout on
Wednesday in Poplar Springs. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


Hornets roll through second day at Shootout


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORT EDITOR

The Cottondale Hornets domi-
nated action Tuesday evening in
the Alabama-Florida Summei
Basketball Shootout in Poplar
Springs.
After going 2-1 on their open-
ing day in the Shootout Monday,
the Hornets swept all three
Games Tuesday night.
Cottondale first played
Wicksburg and took a 67-39 vic-
tory, then destroyed Abbeville
Christian 79-24 in the second
game. The Hornets finished the
day with a 57-27 win over
Northside Methodist.
On Monday, Cottondale took
wins over Houston County and
Rehobeth, and fell to Ashford.
The Hornets were without a
pair of key players in'starting
forward Trestin White (sore
back) and reserve Darius
Pollock, who hurt his thumb in
the first half against Wicksburg
and sat out the rest of the day.
But the Hornets obviously had
little trouble'overcoming being
short-handed on Tuesday.
"I thought Darien Pollock and
Jeremie Glover both stepped up
and played real well,"
Cottondale coach Chris Obert
said of the two seniors. "They
provided a lot of leadership,
"And (the injuries) gave the


"I've been pretty
proud of them for their
defensive effort."
-Chris Obert,
Cottondale coach

young players a chance to step in
and play. (Junior point guard)
Clifford Canty struggled a little
bit last week, but he's bounced
back this week to play real good.
I think all of the young guys
Splayed well."
S Where the Hornets shone in
particular, according to Obert,
was on the defensive end of the
court.
"Defensively, I'm pretty
proud of us," the coach said.
"When we don't turn the ball
over for easy buckets, when we
play defense and make people
work, we've been doing pretty
well at that," he said.
"Sometimes, we struggle to
score. When that's the case, we
have to make sure we're making
it tough on the other team defen-
sively, and we've been doing
that. I've been pretty proud of
them for their defensive effort."
S Obert believed this group had
a chance to be even better defen-
sively than last year's team.
With the graduation of star


Late Donovan goal


United States' Landon Donovan, front left, celebrates after scor-
ing a goal with fellow team members United States' Clint
Dempsey, back left, and United States' Edson Buddle, front right,
during the World Cup group C soccer match between the United
States and Algeria at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria,
South'Africa, Wednesday. - Michael Sohn/Associated Press


Cottondale's Darien Pollock looks to make a move during a game
against Northside Methodist in the Alabama-Florida Summer
Basketball Shootout on Tuesday night in Poplar Springs. - Mark
Skinner/Floridan


point guard Marcus Humose,
that will almost certainly have to
be the case if the Hornets are to
be competitive next season.


"We'll probably need to be
better defensively, because
See HORNETS, Page 2B >


BY RONALD BLUM
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

PRETORIA, South Africa -
Over and over, everything
seemed to go against them.
A referee took away a win last
week, and a linesman disallowed
another goal Wednesday.
Now there was just 31/2 min-
utes left in their World Cup, just
that much remaining until all the
doubts about American soccer
would rise again.
But then, in one of the most
stunning turnarounds in World
Cup history, Landon Donovan
scored on a lightning fast coun-
terattack 45 seconds into 4 min-
utes of injury time. With the
most amazing late-game
moment in American soccer, the
United States beat Algeria 1-0
and reached the World Cup's
second round.
"This team embodies what the
American spirit is about,"
Donovan said. "We had a goal
disallowed the other night, We
had another good goal disal-
lowed tonight. But we just keep
going. And I think that's what
people admire so much about
Americans. And I'm damn
proud." '


Former President Bill Clinton
lingered in the locker room for
45 minutes after the game to
congratulate the players. When
Donovan scored, raucous cheers
erupted on the floor of the New
York Stock Exchange and even
in White House auditoriums in
Washington, D.C., according to
e-mails sent to U.S. Soccer
Federation president Sunil
Gulati.
"That's probably going to cap-
ture more people's attention than
if we won the game 3-0 and it
was easy," American goalkeeper
Tim Howard said. "That emo-
tion, that passion is what
American sports fans thrive on."
The United States won its first
World Cup match in eight years
and finished atop its first-round
group for the first time since the
original World Cup in 1930.
With a quick turnaround, the
Americans play Ghana on
Saturday night in Rustenburgfor
a spot in the quarterfinals. Ghana
won the final match of the open-
ing round against the Americans
to knock them out of the tourna-
ment in Germany four years ago.
Clint Dempsey appeared to
See USA, Page 2B >


THURSDAY

Marianna one

step closer to

championship
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna O'Zone All-
Stars moved one win closer to a
district championship and a
chance at another state champi-
onship Tuesday night with a 25-0
win over Cotiondale in Alford.
Maxx Harrell got the start on
the mound and pitched two per-
fect innings before being relieved
by Jared Hendrix, who threw the
final two innings.
Harrell struck out five of six
batters with the sixth batter
grounding out to the mound.
Jared fanned three in four
innings, issued one walk but
erased it when the runner was
thrown out trying to steal second.
Marianna scored seven runs in
the first inning beginning with-a
lead-off single by Matthew
Shouse.
Jake Daffin took one for the
team, and Hunter Eddins doubled
home two.
Harrell drew a walk, and
SEddins took home on an over-
throw to third in a misplayed
pick-off move.
Quaid Van Huss reached on an
error, Jared Hendrix singled, and
Avery Evans picked up an RBI on
another single.
Evans scored on another over-
throw before the inning ended.
Six runs crossed the plate in the
second inning.
Seth Gilmore drew a walk but
was out when Ethan Strickland
singled to right field, and he test-
ed the right fielder's arm trying to
take third.
Shouse singled and put runners
on' the corrers, with a balk plating
a run and moving Shouse to sec-
ond.
With two outs, Daffin had a
ground-rule double, with Eddins
taking advantage of an error to
reach first.safely and:plate a run.
Harrell and Van Huss followed
with RBI singles, and Harrell
scored on another balk. Van Huss
scored on an overthrow.
Six runs crossed the plate in the
sixth inning.
Evans reached on an error, and
scored on passed balls.
Glover followed with a walk to
/set the stage for Trent Charles
two-run shot over the fence.
Eddins and Harrell both dou-
bled, with Hendrix, Van Huss,
Evans, and Glover following with
singles.
The final six runs came in the
fourth inning.
Charles, Daffin, Srickland,
Hendrix, Glover, Shouse all had
hits, with Landon Tharpe picking
up an RBI on a grounder to sec-
ond. Seth Gilmore drew a walk
and scored.
The Marianna All Stars were
scheduled to take on Cottondale
for the championship Wednesday
night in Alford.


Marlins fire

Fredi Gonzalez

BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
BALTIMORE - Fredi
Gonzalez was fired Wednesday
as manager of the Florida
Marlins, whose search for a full-
time successor began with a
phone call to Bobby Valentine.
GonzaleZ was dismissed with
Florida at 34-36 and in fourth
place in the NL East, 71/2 games
behind first-place Atlanta.
"This team seems to be stuck in
neutral, and our competitors are
on the accelerator," president of
baseball operations Larry
Beinfest said, hours before the
Marlins were to face the Orioles.
"We were looking for a leader-
ship change to hopefully get us
on the accelerator. That's a big
part of what we did today."
Edwin Rodriguez, who has
spent the past 12 seasons as man-
ager of Triple-A New Orleans,
took over as manager on an inter-
im basis.
Also fired were bench coach
Carlos Tosca and hitting coach
Jim Presley. They were replaced
on an interim basis by Brandon
Hyde and John Mallee.
"We owe it to our fans to put
this team in the best possible


position to win," owner Jeffrey.
Loria said in a statement.
"Everyone knows how I feel
about winning. That's the reason
we're making this change."
Gonzalez is the third manager
to lose his job this season. He fol-
lows Trey Hillman-at Kansas City
and Dave Trembley at Baltimore.


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Draft night just a precursor to July 1 for Heat


Malone fundraiser
The Malone Dixie
Youth AA baseball team
will hold car washes on
Saturday to raise money
for a trip to the state tour-
nament on July 2 in
Sebring.
The car washes will be
at 7:30 p.m. at O'Reilly's
Auto Parts in Marianna,
and the BP in
Greenwood.
This is the first time
the Malone 7-8-year-olds
have made it to state.

Chipola Basketball
Chipola College will
host two individual bas-
ketball camps, the first
from June 30 through
July 2, and the second
from July 21-23, both at
the Milton H. Johnson
Health Center.
The camps will run
from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
on Wednesdays and
Thursday, and 8:30 a.m.
to 10 a.m. on Fridays.
Campers should bring
shoes, shorts, and a bas-
ketball.

Swimming lessons
There are two remain-
ing sessions for Chipola
College swimming les-
sons for ages 4 and up.
The first is for July 12-
22, with the registration
deadline on July 6.
The second is for Aug.
2-12, with registration
deadline on 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
lessons. Cost is $45 and
pre-registration is
required, with a $5 late
registration,fee.
An adult swimming
class is scheduled for
July 26-29 with classes
available at 10 a.m. and 7
p.m. Registration ddead-
line is July 19. Cost is
$40.
For more information,
contact . pool manager
Rance Massengill at 850-
718-2473.

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial @jcfloridan. co
m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
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we're probably not going to
be able to score as well,"
Obert said. "We have a
chance to be better (on
defense), but if we don't
continue to work and
improve, it won't happen."
The Hornets are playing
with two juniors and four
sophomores. Obert said he
has been happy overall with
what he has seen from his
young players.
"With young kids, it's up
and down. They have good
games and show signs, then
sometimes they struggle to
maintain the consistency. I
think (on Monday and
Tuesday), they did a better
job of that."
Obert said he was happy
with the development of.
sophomores DJ Roulhac,
Jacquez Walker, Prentice
Webb, and Sheldon Vann.
"The young guys have
play pretty well defensive-
ly," the coach said.
"They've just got to make
sure they're doing a good
job of taking care of the ball
and not turning it over."
The Hornets next travel
to Gulf Coast for three
games today, three games
Friday, and a tournament on
Saturday.


Hot
Continued From Page 1B
the -ball," he said. "I was
worried about our offense
with TJ being gone, and us
finding ways' to..generate
points. But we might be
scoring better, actually. On
the nights we're clicking,
we're tough. We're scoring
more off of defense now as
well."
The Tigers will be back in
action at Poplar Springs
today against Rehobeth,
Houston County and
Ashford at 4 p.m., 5 p.m.
and 7 p.m. to finish the
week.


BY TIM REYNOLDS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MIAMI (AP) - Always looking
for draft-night trades, the Miami
Heat decided to get dealing early
this year.
And a team already poised to
make a huge splash when the NBA
free-agent superstore opens next
week just freed up around $3 mil-
lion in extraspending cash.
The Heat traded shooting guard
Daequan Cook and the No.. 18 pick
on Wednesday to the Oklahoma
City Thunder, in exchange, for the
No. 32 selection.
It clears not only Cook's $2.2
million salary for next season from
Miami's books, but also removes
the $1.2 million the Heat had to


budget for the first-round pick.
More dealing is likely, especial-
ly with the Heat .still looking to
clear more cap space for next sea-
son to not only keep Dwyane
Wade, who will opt out of his con-
tract next week and become a free
agent July 1, but add some All-Star
talent around him, like LeBron
James, Amare Stoudemire, Chris
Bosh - or, possibly, even two
players of that ilk.
So unless Miami makes a trade
to move up, which seems unlikely,
it's clear that to the Heat, free
agency has absolutely trumped the
significance of the draft.
"We as an organization and we
as a city, I think that's probably
true," Heat vice president of play-
er personnel Chet Kammerer said


earlier this week.
Miami still has four small chips
to play Thursday night - the No!
32, 41, 42 and 48 picks.
As of Wednesday night, Miami.
had only two players locked into
contracts for 2010-11, Michael
Beasley and Mario Chimers, due
to make about $6 million com-
bined.
The team will decide whether or
not to keep James Jones by July 1,
and it seems likely that Joel
Anthony will opt out and therefore
not ensure a spot in Miami next
season.
So draft night still has intrigue,
but more from the swapping
instead of selecting standpoint.
"I wish the two events were
flipped," Kammerer said. "I wish


we could have free agency first,
see how that works out, and then
have the draft and try to fill in the
gaps. But it doesn't work that way.
I think we focus our attention on
the players that are available to us,
get them in correct order, guys that
we liked and go from there."
Clearing salary cap space simply
means that Miami is stockpiling its
cash to spend this summer.
Wade will get offered a six-year
deal worth around $127 million,
and he's virtually a lock to accept
it and stay in Miami.
And that still leaves Miami plen-
ty of money to throw around -
the Heat are one of the teams who
will be at the forefront of what's
expected to be a July 1 spending
spree.


USA
Continued From Page 1B

score in the 21st minute off the rebound of according to STATS LLC. 0 moments earlier, also had five points but fin-
Herculez Gomez's shot. But the goal was called "The moment kind of slowed down for me. It ished second because the U.S. scored four goals
offside. Dempsey's 12-yard shot off Jozy was as much a reaction as anything," Donovan ,to two for the English. Slovenia (1-1-1) was
Altidore's cross clanked off the far post in the said. "I kind of hesitated. I didn't know if he third with four points, missing advancing
57th minute, and when the rebound came back was going to play it across the goal or try to cut because of Donovan's heroics: Algeria (0-2-1)
to Dempsey, he put the follow shot wide to the it back to me. Once he played it in front of the was last with one point.
near side. goal, I didn't sprint, but Ikept my run going and The Desert Foxes were making their third
"You shake it out of your head and keep on once it popped off the goalie, then I picked up a World Cup appearance following first-round
fighting," Dempsey. said. little to get there." elimination in 1982 and 1986. Algeria was the
Knowing England was ahead of Slovenia at After his U.S. record 44th international goal, fourth African team to exit the first World Cup
the half, the U.S. put in offensive substitutes, Donovan joyously ran to the corner flag, sliding on Africar soil, following Cameroon, Nigeria
first Benny Feilhaber at the start of the second headfirst in a belly flop, and his teammates ran and host South Africa.
half, then Edson Buddle in the 64th and finally down the touchline to mob him. "I think that Africa is on the right road,"
DaMarcus Beasley in the 81st.' "A lot of kisses. A little uncomfortable," coach Rabah Saadane said. "What we need in
"The second half wasn't a soccer game - it Donovan said. "It's something I'll have'imbed- our national teams and squads is stability and a
was more like ... a track meet. Back and, forth, ,ded in my mind forever." lot of discipline, and I think in a few years time,
back and forth, both teams are so desperate," 'When the game ended, Donovan kicked the Africa will have among the best teams in the
Howard said. , . final ball into the stands. world."
Howard started the counter-attack that led to "Someone got a nice souvenir," he said. , Dempsey needed four stitches to close a cut
the goal when he knocked down an Algerian He was in tears andeven 30 minutes later his on his lip. It was yet another late goal for the
shot and rolled the ball to Donovan on the right eyes -watered and voice cracked as he talked United States, which came from behind to tie
flank: Donovan mqved upfield and passed about the goal. The field long empty, American England 1-1 in its opener, then rallied from a
ahead to Jozy Altidore just inside the 18-yard fans remained in the stands, still cheering, wav- two-goal halftime deficit against Slovenia and
box. ing the Stars and Stripes aid blowing vuvuze- would have won had Maurice Edu's 85th-
"Landon kind of knows me a little bit," las. As a 20-year-old in 2002, Donovan scored minute goal been allowed. In six of the final 10
Howard said, "He breaks out when I get the ball, two goals and became a star. But expectations qualifiers, the Americans gave up the first goals
and it's kind of easy to find him." became crushing in 2006, went he went score- - but they bounced back to win three of those
Altidore's right-footed.cross was flicked by less. With his fourth World Cup goal, Donovan games and tie two others.
Dempsey as he crashed into goalkeeper Rais- tied Bert Patenaude (1930) as the American . "That was a really special feeling," U.S.
Bolhi. leader. coach Bob Bradley said. "These guys put a lot
"I couldn't chip it over the keeper, so I just "I've been through a lot in the' iast four into it, they never quit.
tried to hit it under him - hit it hard," years," Donovan said with tears in his'eyes. "We're proud. We finished first in our group.
Dempsey said. "And I'm so glad it culminated this way. It Five points, didn't lose a match. So we're
As Dempsey tumbled over the goalkeeper, makes me believe in good in the world. When ready."
the ball rolled back out. In ran Donovan, who you try to do things the right way, that's good to \ Howard bounced up and down in elation after
with a right-footed shot from 7 yards, slammed see them get rewarded." the game. Feilhaber took a water bottle and
the ball into the lower left corner. It was the first The United States finished a World Cup game sprayed his teammates, and it felt as good as
injury-time goal that lifted a nation into the with a shutout for just the fifth time in 28 champagne.
knockout phase since Uruguay's Daniel matches (7-16-5) and topped Group C with 5 "We're not done yet,"*Donovan said. "We
Fonseca scored against South Korea in 1990, points. England (1-0-2), which beat Slovenia 1- believe, man. We're alive, baby."

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HOROSCOPE
CANCER (June 21-July 22)-
Something good you hadn't
expected could offset a small but
nasty encounter you may experi-
ence. In fact, if it weren't for this
small boon, this day could have
been ruined for you.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - If
you want the type of results
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ance each and every issue with
careful consideration. Any move-
ment made in a hasty fashion
could be a mistake.
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When it comes to doing your
work, your attitude about the proj-
ect will make all the difference as
to whether or not you consider it
to be nasty job or a fun challenge.
You pick.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
Unless your appraisals of others
have a ring of sincerity about
them, it isn't likely you'll win the
respect of your peers. If you're
smart, you won't use sheer flat-
tery in any form.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)-
You're not likely to take objective
criticism too well, so be careful
how you respond to people who
offer advice only to help you.
Don't complicate things for your-
self.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) - Pay heed to the sugges-
tions of trusted allies, because
there is every reason to believe
that their thinking could help to
improve your ideas. Welcome
collective thought.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) - For the sake of your budg-'
et as well as your peace of mind,
don't spend more than you can
comfortably afford. Snapping up
too many bargains could turn into
a liability.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
- If you have a schedule mapped
out for yourself, don't allow an
idler to attach him/herself to you.
This person will do nothing
except be dead weight and slow
you down.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- When it comes to any intuitive
perceptions you get concerning
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on them. Your insights could be
far more valuable than usual.
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Make sure you build your premis-
es on sound reasoning and not
merely on .wishful thinking. What
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on practical considerations.
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Don't be so, tightfisted that you
cut yourself off from all heartfelt
considerations. -You won't go
wrong if you spend on what your
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passionate matter.
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tive Nellies; as you're all too likely
to !subscribe to their outlook.
Believe in yourself, not the
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He may surprise you

Dear Annie: My husband and I are at the appeal is that you are so opposed to the rela-
end of our rope with bur 18-year-old daughter, tionship. It's time to refocus on helping your
"Kate," who just graduated from high school. daughter prepare for her new life. Discuss in a
Kate has. been dating a.21-year-old man for matter-of-fact way what kind of job she thinks
more than a year. She met him at my husband's she is capable of getting and how much she
work. We don't dislike "Todd," but he has no thinks she will earn. Teach her how to prepare
ambition and is extremely lazy. Six months a budget.
ago, Todd lost his job. He made no attempt to Ask whether she plans to get pregnant and
get another and didn't even apply for unem- how that.will affect her financial situation. Tell
ployment benefits. He cashed in his 401(k) and her you love her and wish her well. When she
managed to blow $11,000 in two sees that her decisions are entirely up to her,
months. He doesn't even own a car. she might wake up. And who knows?
Todd managed to get rehired with Maybe Todd will surprise you.
the same company in another state. Dear Annie: My husband and I
Now Kate has thrown her entire a recently visited the beach house of
future out the door. Instead of going some friends. While there, I met an
to college, she is planning to move in interesting lady who stuttered. At first I
with Todd. thought she had had too much to drink,
Kate is living in a fantasy world, thinking but after 15 minutes I realized she had
Todd can support her. We have tried explain- a speech impediment. I've never met an adult
ing that she shouldn't toss a college educa- who stutters. At times it was very uncomfort-
tion out the door for any man, but she won't lis- 'able because I knew the word she. was trying to
ten and accuses us of wanting her to fail. We say but could not get out.
have done a lot for Todd, trying to.help him Would it have been rude to complete the
nature. However, my husband is hearing from word for her, or should I have let her work
Todd's new boss that he is close to losing his through it? I felt very awkward. -
job again. My daughter is fully aware of this, Uncomfortable in Florida
but thinks she can motivate him. She actually Dear Florida: It is best to allow a stutterer
calls him every morning to wake him up. to complete the word on her own, no matter
I know the answer is to shut dowi the gravy how long it takes. If you expect to see this
train to shock Kate into realizing how hard life woman again, or if any of our readers would
will be.,But how do you let your child make like more information, we recommend the
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BRIDGE


Will Rogers said, "People are getting smarter nowadays;
they are letting lawyers, instead of their conscience, be their
guide."
At the bridge table, you should let your hand be your guide,
In this deal, take East's. You are defending against four spades.
Your partner leads the heart ace, playing ace from ace-king.
What are your thoughts?
North's one-diamond opening is borderline with the dou-
bleton king-queen of clubs, but 13 points are 13 points. And a
good partner will respond in a major.
It looks natural for East to start a high-low with his double-
ton, but watch what happens. West would probably cash his
heart king at trick two, hoping his partner started with a sin-
gleton, Then even if West shifts to a diamond at trick three,
declarer wins with dummy's ace, draws two rounds of trumps,
crosses to dummy with a club, and discards his last diamond
on the heart jack.
East should realize-that even if South started with three
hearts, a heart ruff would cost a natural trump trick. And East
ought to see that a diamond shift at trick two would probably
establish four tricks for the defense: one spade, two hearts and
one diamond. So, at trick one, East should play his heart three.
Then West should switch to a diamond, not to a club. If East
has the club ace, it will still be a winner later. But if East has
the diamond king, that card may need to be established before
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Dothan/Taylor area 6623 is based on income. The apartments are
for sale All equipAKC Cavaler King Fresh Blueberries conveniently located in the heart of
ment and inventory Charles Span el All size containers downtown Marianna. within walking
included. Serious in- puppies. Ch sire. Available Premier distance of shopping, governmental of -
quiries only. Priced Blenheim/t-color Blueberry Farms ces and the post office, with city bus
to 19ell. 334-796- 1500. 334-447-3143 334-792-0171 service available for all other locations
AKC Golden Retriever within Jackson County. For more
Puppies.Ready 613 Now open:Jackson information call 850-526-07
Machinery& I$350 Taking Dep. 334. Farms. U Pick Toma- information call 850-526-4407
Heavy Equipment 790-3852or6185579 toes, 8 Peppers.bring
t AKC Labrador pup per wk. 850592-5579
2007 Bobcat T300 pies $300.'arents on per wk. 850-592-5579
Hours, Heat and AC, 334-797-6306. , W Sawyer's Produce
81 HP, askin$4800as Fresh Produce
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contact for details: Cuppuppies Ready tomatoes, peas.
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SportingGoods TAKE ME and other software required.
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25"MAGNAVOXTV- Bench Grinder- B&D (1) 12",(3) 8" $10 w/30watt amp. used
NO CONVERTER NEC- bench grinder 6" (850)592-2507 very little $180 850- ROUGH SAWN
ESSARY $35 1/3HP $70 (850)579- 415-1442 LUMBER- Random
(850)592-2507 4815 Couch, beige, nice LUMBER- Random
$50, 4 end tables $50 Kenmore sewing ma- Le(85592-50-$
25" Magnavox TV- No Bench Sander- 1" 850-592-9966 chine $25 850-594- (850592-2507
convertor necessary belt, 8" disc ex cond 3644 Sears XCargo '
$35, (850)592-2507 $100 (850)579-4815 Craftsman All-In- Sears aro
One- cutting tool ex Kenmore washer & ar top carrier.
28" hollow cored Bicycle work stand- cond w/case $70 dryer $200 850-442- 5790. 2618
DOOR- Wood $5 Blackbum bicycle (850)579-4815 4480
(850)592-2507 work stand $225 0 1
28 hollow cred (850)579-4815 Delta Baby KITCHEN TABLE- 2 Set of 12" speakers,
28" holloCrib/youth bed Chairs DK. WOOD $65 in box, $80 850-209-
DOOR- Wood $5 Blue baby afghan, w/matress,, like new (850)592-2507 7051
(850)592-2507 crochet w/fringe $20 $75850-624-3703win M hn
850-482-3853 - Kitchen Table DK Sewing Machine
28" hollow core Delta Shopmaster- Wood-2 CHAIRS $65 $25
DOOR- wood $5 BOAT BUILDING- & 16" variable scroll (850)592-2507 850-579-2618
(850)592-2507 FICTION BOOKS $3-5 saw w/stand $130
3 Brass & Glass (850)592-207 (850)579-4815 Laser Level-B&D, SOD OAK- 5 DRAW
stud finder new ER DRESSER TALL
tables $85 BOAT BUILDING &- Dinette-glass top & 4 w/case $80 (850)579- OBO $250 (850)592-
850-579-2618 FICTION BOOKS $3-5 chairs $75 850-592- 4815 2507
3PC Luggage Set- (850)592-2507 9966 Lawn roller- pull be- SOLID OAK- 8 DRAW-
BLUE CANVAS BONSAI POTS-MANY DRAFTING MACHINE hind lawn tracter wa- ER DRESSER
W/Wheels $25 SIZES $3 HEAD- VEMCO V ter filled 26" poly w/mirror $250
(850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 TRACK $65 $100 (850)579-4815 (850)592-2507
3PC LUGGAGE SET- Bowflex machine, (850)592-250 Lawn Tractor- 10hp SOD OAK DRESSER-
Navy Blue CANVAS grt cond. pd $2200 DRAFTING MACHINE- Lawn Tractor carb. 5 drawer $250
$25 (850)592-2507 asking $300.850-592- VEMCOV TRACK $65 needscleaning $100 (850)592-2507
3' WHITE XMAS 2710/693-5812 (850)592;2507 , (850)482-8310
TREE- OLD BUT NICE Broyhill king head- Dremel- Multi-Pro& LG WORK TABLE-GA- drawerw/mirror
$5 (850)592-2507 board & box sgs for MotoToo w/ca $80 RAGE $10 (850)592- $250 (850)592-2507
daybed. $50 850- (850)579-4815 2507
42" round wood table 594-3644Dress - 250SOLID OAK KING-
w/pedastal leg. $20 Dressing Bench- Living room Chair HDBD
850-352-3329 CANVAS Light Oak $45 $20, Antique Couch w/mirror,frame $400
year tires/wheels, (850)592-2507 DRESSING BENCH- 15/ea 850-605-6239
like new, 235/75R15 LT. OAK $45 (850)592- MICROSUEDE CHAIR- SOAD OAK KING
$200 850-209-7811 Cast Iron Chimenea 2507 BUTTERSCOTCH HEADBOARD, W/
55 ycs of carpet pad- grates $85 850;415- Dump trailer- 34" x COLOR NICE $100 $400, (850)592-2507
ding w/2 Ig pc. gray 1442 54" poly pull behind (850)592-2507
plush carpet, $175 dump trailer $100 Square 5'x 5'w/leaf
MICROSUEDE CHAIRS SI wood counter
850-209-7811 Casual Chandelier, (850)579-4815 BUTTERSCOTCH - solid wood counter
glass & wood, $50 BUTTERSCOTCH height dining table,
8" CHIMNEY CAP- 850-526-4237 Farouk Chi Flat Iron, COLOR $100 . $125 850-557-1394
SCREENED, $7 1", NIB, $100 850- (850)592-2507
(850)592-2507 Ceiling Fan, new in 272-1842 ORCHID POTS- MANY Trailer- 4xl0,wood
box $50 Bookcase floor,48"gate $500
Baby bassinet, ex. 25850-526-4237 FRIGIDARE SIZES $2-3EA, pots (850)548 $5
cond. 27" high, many COMPACT- only, not flowers (850)579-4815
extras $30 850-592- Ceramic Tile- 640 6X6 REFRIGATOR. 3.1 CF (850)592-2507 TV 60" Hitachi Digital
2927 & 8X8 ceramic tile $100 (850)592-2507 ORCHI POTS- MANY Projection-Cabinet
10 O I POTS- MANYP t Cet
Bamboo Free Stand- $4850)4828310 FRYE CLOGS- NEW SIZES $3EA Good Picture Excel
ing Screen/Room Di- CHIMNEY CAP- SIZE 8, $40 (850)592-2507 $300 (850)526-2234
vider $40 850-272- SCREENED 8" $5 (850)592-2507 Ozark Trail 13x9x7 Vise Work Bench-
8967 (850)592-2507 FRYE CLOGS- SIZE 8 screen house, used work hands free,
Bassinet by GRACO CINDER BLOCKS- 30 (NEW) $40 (850)592- twice $75 850-624- crank open & close
light/vibe mobile BLOCKS, (5) 1/2's 2507 3703 $75 (850)579-4815
creamcoor 40. .50EA (850)592-2507 Gas Eder, 2hp, runs Pack & Play, Wooden Baby crib w/
(850)482-5010 CINDER BLOCKS- great $50 850-272- red/white, clean, $40 mattress, great con-
Beautiful Persian 30PCS, 5, 1/2's .50EA 8967 850-272-8967 edition. $100. 850-482-
Rug, 8x11, $150 850- (850)592-2507 HARDWOOD ROUGH Panasonic Word Pro- 3853
592-3261 CLAY FLOWER POTS- SAWN - RANDOM cessor Typewriter WORK TABLE- HVY
Router- B&D w/book MANY $2EA SIZES .50-$1 w/Accu-Spell Plus LG DESK $10
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2944 Noland St- Can-Am '08, bought Stratos '99 273 Dutchman '07, 28' Ford 500 06' limited
3br/1.5b, bonus in '09, 260 hrs, like Intimidator, 17ft bass travel trailer. King sz 5th '06 Fleetwood 2- leather int. 4-dr. Hyundai '05 Elantra Toyota 02' Silver,
room, 1 car garage, new, XT pkg w/Warn Johnson 150HP, slide out/BR, heat & slides, with 07' 35,500K mi. exc. Great condition. 63K PRIUS, exc. cond.
Central H&C, hard- wench, & upgraded $6500. 334-596-1694 air, private bath, exc. Silverado 250 work cond. $13,995. 334- miles, great gas mi, 22,200K mi. 334-899-
wood floors, kitchen tires & wheels. Pd condition, sleep 5-6. truck as package 699-6779 power, auto. blue. 4545
appliances, no pets, $8500 asking $6200. no smoke/no pets, 1 payoff $37,000 334- $5500. 334-797-9290 o 0 4
deposits required, 1 Under warranty till ownerused a year 470-8454 MECURY LATE'70's Toyota 05' Prius 43K
year lease. Call 850- 2012 850-933- half. $17,900. 85HP w/power trim' Jaguar'02 X-Type miles, light bluein
594-7525 after 6pm 9228/643-8312 2997 Sping Creek Rd, cables/ wiring, new Corvette '81 4 DR Low Miles, color good cond.
or -eave mBrinson, GA Keystone Coupr~l gears &1waterpump White, A must See!, Automatic 350 Nice Car, $500 Down
2BR/1BA, stove ref., Bike, tuned, really, out, CH&A, micro- $6,100.00 $5500. 00 Hatcher 334-791-8243 Black, 53k, Ex. Cond,
Quiet, safe neighbor- fast, Good Cond., Fleetwood Bdr '07 wave, TV, am/fm cd Mercedes 82'380SL 334-793-7663-74-15 PSbackucamera
hood, $500 + dep $1150. 334-389-2816 .3-sld, loaded CH&A radio, $10,000. see at 93K mi. H/S tops 334-774915 Lexus 06' GS300 load- BL sound, nt, grea
850-482-8196 or 209- i Ibp, wk. horse, 8.1 Alabama Wildwood chalk brown ed a
Suzuki' .08 Q gas mileage, trans-
1301. ouzuQi 08Sd400 ugar Sand - 2006,18 gas, 5,900 mi. $100k camp ground in PWRS/B, windows, iit roof.air & heated waslearrantys
4Wheeler w/several ft, Mirage SAFE, NO OBO 334-898-1201 Daleville. 334-598- ant. auto, AC, up- i - seats, very clean e w
4/2 house at 2844 extras. $3500 850- PROP, LOW MANTE- 4695 or 334-791-8363 graded sound system, 00. 33-596-889
Calloway St. $800 & 209-1622/850-698- NANCE, Seats 8, ex Gorgeous '05 Monacoar oer stor- -- $23.40016,900. OBO
2/2 furn. apt $800. 9387 Ig. sundeck, storage, Diplomat PDQ, 4 age rack, clean, well Lincoln '07 MKZ, Call 334-470-3292
Call 850-718-6541 wa-through trans- slides, 400 hp Cum- REDUCED Montana age rack, clean, well
lBoats om, nonskid swim minds, no shoes, no '05 5th Wheel, 4 maintained w/ re- Light tan w/beige i Toyota '07 Yaris, less
Mobile Hoes o Merc ti pets no smoking, slides, king bed, cords.$14,200. 334- Chevrolet 08 Mabu teor, leather heated than 40k miles, un-
for Rent 15' '91 Tri-Hull Max 250 HP V6 tril- 20 exc. cond., $ 828,000 792-9789 LT0 seats, ABS. side der warranty. 10,500
LT. Maroon with graLy airbags, 37k mi, NA- 060 334-806-8898or
I85-547-2808 meric.r. 4 cylinder. OBO. 334-806-8898 or
w/HP Suzuki mo- er, cover. NICE! erns State Park. 813- 85-7-28 MERCEDES '97 E320, icr ' ylrDA $21,175 sell for 806-9706
iw/55HP Suzki m- $14,995. (253)229- 294-1878 117K actual miles, XM radio. CD. onstar. DODGE 09 Dodge $17.900 850-814-0155
2/1 in AlfordCentral ,tr. 2 Stick steer 8500 M Kniht RIVER CANYON '05 Silver/Beige excel- sunroof, 15,000 miles. Challenger Garage Toyota Camry'07
heat, window A/C g,50# foot trolling Save Knihtormo 5th whl, 36', 3 Slides, lent condition $6,500 $16,500.334-797-0987 Kept, 5.7 Liter, Hemi. Solara V-6 sport con-
dining rm, Ig Ivg rm motor. Pedistal Supra '90 TS6M Save $25K or more. very e,queen bed, 334-687-3189 Blue w/20 inch Facto- carexecutive silver vertible48Kmi. 6yr.
$375 850- 579-4622/ seats, galv. trailer comp, ski/wake brd, Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 Entertainment cen- Che 05' Impala tan ry chrome wheels.6 87Kexc. cond.6 K m bumperto
209-1664/573-1851 334-798-9803 great shape. 520 hrs m, many upgrades Entertainment cen- Chevy05'mpalatan chromewheels.6 87K,exccond.6 100K mi. bumper to
209-1664/573-1851 334-798-9803 reatshape. 520 hrs, mi, many upgraes ter, fpl, Much More! in color 68,200K mi. 1 speed manual. An pack d player, xm bumper warr., new
21 @ Millpond $495 1978 Ouachita 16' $6700 OBO 334-796- $159,700. 850-866- $24900.850-509-1486 Automobiles owner, good cond. Eye adio. $7,900. tires $15,000. Firm
2+ dep. waters$ 1990 40HP Evinrude 3424. REDUCED! 2774 for Sale $7,500. 850-526-5832 to buy a boat. 12, 500 334-618-1594 334-588-0201 or
lawn maintc. outboard, galvanized Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 . or 850-209-0202 miles, 2 door, Like 575-921-1595
850-209-3970 trailer, trolling sli e-outs, 15K mi. trnSrtaUon 02 Mitsubishi eclipse Che vy08 Impala, Nw rcndtior, Balue VolksB
motor, depth finder 350 CAT diesel, spyder, forest green, LIKE NEW! terror, ABS, auto diesel 42K
2& 3 BR MH C'dale. VHF radio, Exc. Cond. Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel GT convertible 78K, $200 down, $259 per terror, ABS, a/c, miles, 40MPG, load
$500&up H20/garb/ $2500. firm gen. 4 dr. frig w/ $7000.OBO Cal 334- moth. Call Ron Ellis alarm, am/f, buck-
sewer incl. http:// Call 334-406-3825 icemaker, W/D in 347-6023 or 334-447- 334 -714-0028 et seating, CD, i $249 00 334-672-1655
www.charloscountry motion satellite dish, 1914 cruise, driver airbag, Magnum PI Ferrari
living, com. 850-258- rition 2009Explorer rear & side cameras, Chevy '71 El Camino, passenger airbag, PL, 308 GTS Mera
4868/209-8847 To much boat for me! Home theater sys. 350 Engine, $7500 PS, PW; $32,200 $16,999 Call CSI Auto
Make offer. Leather euro recliner, CarSeeker 850- 594-3282 (334)635-7831 334-671-7720
3/2 in C'dale, no 334-983-1502 or desk, King bed, or 334-714-2700
pets, CH/A $425850- 478-731-0194 Brake-Buddy for tow '05 or VW Bee- o
258-1594 Iv message Par. GaracerVWBe-S.
Triton '06 TS17 Many other options. Wheel Drive tle.Like new, oIbMw Mercedes '73 450 SL
Clean 1/1 no smak- 1979 Rane Itn Craft'Mercmiles, new tires, XM, Convertible
Clean 1/1 no smok 1979 Ran Craft w/75 Mercury $160,000. $10500 Call 33.4-685- (hard/softtop)
ers, no pets, $ y Fiberglass 16' Bass Optimax mtr. 334-797-3617. JEEP 1949 CJ2A 3057 12,000 OBO 904-368 Von02
ideas 850-718-815 Boat W/70 hp force Low hrs. Gar. kept. WILLYS JEEP OFF evy '76 Impa, 350 Stratus 1153 Leave msg Beetle. Silver.
dep 850 58 Engine w/trim, $10,900 334-699-2503 * REDUCED ROAD USE ONLY 35" 05 Monte Caro LS, small block wall AumatiNeeds engine.1
FIRST MONTH FREE trolling motor, new '03 Class A/gas SWAMPER BOGGER V6 auto runs and new parts, block loaded, n 65,000 r Grd $2700334-718-2223
2/2, New Re-mod. carpet, 2 swivel/ Viking Airboat 14 ft. Monoco La Palma. 2 ON ALUM RIMS looks great, a must bored 60 over, new miles. Exce lent! Mrqis GS, an Volvo 02 V70
Ig. yd. $390mo., telescoping fishing model w/a 300HP slides. 1 bath. HUNT'N OR MUD seelll $10,500.OBO flow master exhaust $4100.334-797959 tirsveryleanex- Blackw/grayleather,
Cale, 85-2494888 seats & 2 crusng Lycomb engine w. Loaded Incl. car BOG. Like New condi- Call 334-475-0084 system, platinum cel entco2,90 7 k /ery nce
everythilPeacefull Setting -320 ENexterior 2004 Blue RX, ugs, FORD 1993 Taurus 850-482-8416 economy car, only
seats, new Marine trailer. $15,000. 334- dolley & all tion, GREEN exterior, 2004 Blue RX8, wires etc.)$3500 cleanrunsgoad.oneowner 850$482-8416
Peaceful Setting battery. Exc. Cond. 685-3208 furnishings (dishes, BLACK interior, clean, runs good. one owner, $8000.
2BR BA MH in $2,300. Call 464-8514 Watkins '7927 ft towelsetc.) $60K. $5,000 Headland 4 doors , 8502097051 ,69. Niss 05'350 Call 334-494-3627
C'dale, $400 334-790-3480. custon 7927r is, fetw .------ $1,-95. Nissan 0'3Z Call 134-494-3627 �
850-352-2090 2000 Bayliner Trophy 10' beam, 3'8"draft, 334-790-3480. (334) 441-5580 stm rims, 334-793-2142 Roadster auto trans
25'class2, . 3500 ballace, 8HP tires, 55k miles, great . 334-793-2142 Roadster auto trans, Volvo 'l8 C70 Hard -
SL 2352FV,25'class2, . 3500ballace,58HP 3- Cond., wonderful car, Fr 17 white, 18,755K mi. 1 top Conveible. T
obile Homes 5LMercruiser Escort Yanmor. $8,500.334- asking C Ford 1999 Escort owner 22,500. 334- top Convertible. T5
I inPa s trailer, depth finder 897-2167/733-0020 Rachel or Jay 96K miles, clean 793-4022 Package Light blue.
i Parks and.GPS. All malnte- " $1,995., 19K mi. $29,500
nance up to date, In Welcraft 88' 23 ft 334-393-9959 334-793-2142 Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 334-791-2338
Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR great shape and Center counsel, 225 5 5 speed, 32k mi.
MH's. Lot rent incl. ready to take out Johnson outboard. RVS '06 Chevy 81' Corvette, lie ne,REDUED 5'BeetSalsa red
For details 850-557- now. $17,500. $4500. in electronics RVISION '06 Tra Chere $10,900 850-482-2994 Beetle Bug
3432/850-814-6515 337-794-0609 Sale $7,000. 334-235- Lite, 26 ft., fully red, auto, mirrored $10,900850-482-299 ertable auto,
293432/850-814-6515 33 609 loadede, like new, Toyota 4WD '95 SR5 tops, 52K mi. new Nissan '07 Altima, Leather 55,K mi.
2002 Gp 1200& 1998 low mileage $42,900 Exc. Cond. Very relia - tires, calipers, brakes Convience Pkg, Sun- $13,700.334-671-1519
realestate XL760 plus trai6508 ler vehicle. Dk. Green & shocks. Garage roof Alloy Wheels,
reide l bh Yamaha good C a ampers/Travel . $6500334-671-1162 BMW '03 Z4 kept. $14,500. OBO rouf, Classics &
resident e cond., $5500 Call Trailers Scenc Cruiser 37 f or 334-701-2548 58k miles, sale price. 334-596-2376 $14,500 334-685-6233
334-347-6023 by Gulf Stream 99' $12,999.CalI CS1 Auto F '65 T-Br, auto, $14,5
or 334-347-6023 Immaculate cond. 334-671-7720 Chrysler 95 Sebring, 390 4bbl, slide steer- Pontiac'07 G6 GT 1959 us Merceds
14 New Enclosed .34714 power, AC, new en- ing, 69K miles, $6,995 Low mileage, SUPER 1959 220S Merced
2008 Fisher 1754, Cargo Trailer will sell must see!! comes ine, grat condition. 334-671-5051O S urn o Restore or use for
40hp mercury, 4- for $2200 or trade with '07 Jeep. Dothan BMW '05,325 Sedan, $2100.334-405-3130 334-797-5051 down, $249-mo Call, parts.
stroke, mtr guide, for an RV/ Travel $58,500 334-803-3397 Blue w/tan leather Corvette 02' Conver- Ron Ellis 714-0028 251-747-4022
trolling mtr, Hu Trailer/5th wheel/nd TIOGA '04 Motor 36k mi, one owner, tible auto, 405 HP Honda '07 Odyssey Buick 1971 Sk4lard
mingbrd 565, TAC, '99-'04 with 'slie and '04 Motor no paint work, 12-CD changer w/ Van. 1 owner. Load- Pontiac '07 Soltise Buck 1971Skylard
Sbilge pump, live well, pay difference. 850- Home 24ft w/sdeout $17,700 334-685-6233 Bose sound sytsem ed Exc. Cond. NADA Roadster GXP Cn- yellow with wite
o ith Acrea 334-798-0010 482-5631/55ery clean Cila '91 Broug- 58K mi. Black w/. 24K. Asking $20,900 vertible $16,999. CSI top, auto, 350, 81K
SCrest f PGen., very clean 63 Caillac '91Broug- black leather. Dothan 321-482-7268 Auto 334-671-7720 miles, $9,500.
9r Crest 18 ft. Pon $31.000 334-687-9663 0J ham D'elegance $18.000. 334-299-3739 - or334-714-2700 256-282-675EV
Compass Lake in hills toon 00' Johnson . Mooney 1962 M20C Collectors rare fine Hyundai '03 Tiburon 'o4t' 3
1+ ac., 3/2,2 car gar.. 70hp 00'Trailer. looks The BEST PETS Total Time: Engine & 113K miles driven Ford '04 Crown Victo- GT V6. 6 spd manual, Pontiac G-6 GT 07' iRTassifie Ca
1935 sf.,15/25K, 850. good runs great e found In the Airframe 1949 IFR daily, absolutely r;a LX, loaded. 55K 1 owner, 102k miles, conv. black 24Km. all l
272-5815/272-5816 $6.500. 334-714-5860 are o0d in the CERT. Excellent perfect. $5500. OBO miles, drives like a 17" alloy wheels, leather loaded, gar el
Bass Cat 20'9"200 Classified Ads trouble-free flying. 650-535-9672 or dream. $8700 321- vinyls, and body kit. kept. 17.500. OBO C ll Todly
,M IHP Mercury Optimay. 334-347-5480 850-260-2625 231-6363. $5.500. 334-790-6146. 334-796.6613


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$8500 OBO (Day)850- 2008 5th wheel. Ket Thursday, June 24. 2010
638-4403 iNighis850- stone Laredo RL29.
NEW TO DOTHAN 638-1338 call Mike f334)791-
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20th 2pSp. 675 Lime- 26 Ft Keystone Travel
on RMoffet off 231 Trailer, sleeps 6. Dbl. Wednesday's
south,Rehobeth, in front & twin bunks
Southside stunner, in back. ACDC gas W S
Sutside stunnoer Frlg.. AC gas heater. [7 C T
Sove 300sf newly lnoade b WASABI SOLUT10N
Unique 4/3.5 home ne '06 15 Fully loaded $6995. 8 7
over3000s, newlyma Purch. new in '07 Call 334 790-5628
suites with granite, v6,190HP inboard or 334-828-1325
acres, gasflreplace, ext. swim platform.- 5th Wheel.'06 36r.
2 car, g plcac less than 60 hrs. on Montego Bay.
2 car garage & 2 car engine$14,8000B0 4slides.6( ] 8 "
at t ee 334-699-7070 Asking 3 .0. THE SUDOKU GAM8E WITH A KICK! ( 1 7 9 I' 5
$429,900., For more Cobia Center console 5 3 4 3 55- 2
inf. 334-791-9441 18' 6" w/90hp Honda HOW TO PLAY
4 fcef~ l stroke& galv. ) . �. 0 8 1 , ) @ 5
SHomesforSale trailer. $4200
Cobra -1991 14' Tri- Ua h � 3 4 @
hul stick steering w/I,- 3x3b on*$_efit- I 9 9 -$
40hp Marner motor. Carriage Cameo '05 Th'"X b"ox'Dn d 9 otT _ .
D depth finder, electric 32h . 3-slmd es , 2-A.' C . r : !; .. . . ' .. . . .. - _ . r . � . ' !.,
anchors trolling mo- 5.5 K Gererator.
tor. Custom DMI loaded. no smoke. no for eal puzzle:. r, .
Trailer. $3,500.334- pets, Exc. Cond. --
693-0307 or 334-798- 532.500 334-714-4001 .
0148-GO
209 Veritas 08.
Coachman 04' Carali-
2711 sqft. +/- Correct Craft 1973, Cae 2 04 Ca. po PUZL ONLiI7
cust. built 3/2.5 14', live well, new er slide out. 18h. ARCHIVS ANIJPQRIE R ST
granite/hrdwd. top, 35hp, runs great! aning, exc.cond. ":
258K 685-2759 garagkept $1750 g00.33 -4211
334-596-5032 or 334-701-383261
CROWNLINE '07. 210o
its"eage Bowrider w, wake
noard tower. 350mag
Jackson County, FL 300hp. ke new.
70/ac @$1600/ac $28.000. 334-470-8454
Mature Pine & ' DYNA TRAK 15 ft.
Hardwoods, Large fiberglass boat
Clear Creek, Road w trailer $700 COACHMEN '00
Frontage, 205.249-2936 Prospera 51h WH.
Call 7 \ Fowner sheer 36.5'. washer 'dryer.
8504098817 ler'01Hawk1' 6500 Onon Gen.
Class 2. with 115 $17.500: Hucky 25K
Mercury outboard Hitch $750 i334-855
reaj estate motor with trailer. 2 1241
.fish finders. trolling
COIn11IefcM fOlSaie motor, access ladder.
Bemini. AM'FM ra -
dio. on board charge. - '
cover. very well kept
inder shelter.
$14.000. 334-685 7319
Fisher '06 Crappie
Special. Has Mercury Conquest 05' 9ft. Pe Bulldozing Washng

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live wells w/trail 92 er srato y CHEN la A l. I O Sa For General er1Rif
Wewahitchka, Dead- 334-793-2226 REMODELENG House
lakes3+Ac,No Flood- Glass Stream 00' Hy- FEAT NG METALo, Oce
in. Rv hkups, Sever- dra Bass 1500, 110
al bdgs. Deepwater Evinrude, 2-fishfind- rader Pa LIFETIM E R OING CeINCrrel ,
channel. Beautiful! ers, tilt & trim, 2-live *r.dRNOor Coin Weather t"dCall Debra
GREAT Income Poten wells, great cond. � Ec'a atr C. BINETS r6e Etiemats 1l D L .. I^ . r
.or bid. home Res/ $4500. 060 334-685- Dutchmen 40 ft. Dump Truck i .,ui, ld ,t Col Soiludsr Vres.. r
Com,$550,000(850) 4357 ' Travel Tra;Ileerr0P lI CoalAIFi Salo f Teal ,ers,, Estimates
639-6760.345 S.Bass 3BDSL. Sleeps 8 OlldTo Nes I -Cuin . Ti v ier n Lm oi rn
bush@fairpoint.net 38B DSL. Sleeps. Ne w* I 't lP9 V a ic, e Rmic. W lBPeMen hl
2 Slideout . Loadd, . DEmoltion Complete V Bnded Available -
Like new1.20.500. * Debhri Remosal Kitchen. Dest (8
Retenfion Pondi and Remodeling
Grading F rHnHomtmprovement Lawn Services
Mo -hePrp For HSome improvement
Less than 50 hris. .*i LreplQng ai ' IHomelmproee ntmr e
Speaker tower. FMI, Leoli land kiti hen * HAPPY HOME H ME mproIement
AM CD player. Ext. l ip SLil ' Fill Dirt remodeling HOME REPAIRS
Cond. Trailer has GraTel 'BYiCll
brakes. 28.900 Flagstaff 06. md205 .Land Clearing James Grant. S 25 Years Experience HOMEWORKS OA
Manufactured 334-618-3415 sleeps 6 adults, a. Floor To Roof BeautificaonS
HomesforSale ProCraft 95'20ft. stove. Bathishowerr Sice 1960 steertified .ways .4 ale... BOr o eau FREE MATES
Tournament Bass Frig ga grill. 9 Buldin Conrractor,. TleBig Or Small J of C our Home" NO OBS TO
Boat 95 Johnson 115 screen room. NADA liRQ 1-flB WELCOME _ P iT
/2, 2000 Champion T&T drive on trailer $8000-. sell $5000. I.-,' i. Cli ln Natural Stone Same DayCIrpnrsaPainrins *
Cresside Redman loaded $4,800. 334- 334-718-6825 Call 50 526 2346 Adha-es Emergency Services
15x76. Fireplace, 7-83 EEmergencyWD0Service5Gn
$14,500. Call 5-9pm 797-8232FLEETWOOD'05 or 850 526-8367- Grout l owIee
850-482-8302 a i Prowler AX6 Sth h. Sales & Intallaion illia H. Lang, Jr. * sm-c
MbileHomes shower 30/50AMP. Auto&Cycle Put over 30 yrs. Insured RESIT
Hms$34,000 OBO 334-695- Services Experience to Emal:hag.m4o,r om :'I 'dinoco & 5
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3+2 $15,900 You Mallard '06 30ft, fully eCsontro (Handyman ServicessJfeHur-Ia i-t-
Move, 16X80 3+2, Sa1if6t 76-Catalina self contained, uper AfrerHours&Weekend Countertopse
14X70 3+2, New 30bo 2 cyl armar die slide. $9,000. 334- 0 SAppointments Available
16X803+2 $35,900 seleng Verylowhrs 687-4503
Call Brad less than 250. Roller Sab/CVISADISCOVER Sho ceramic Tile
Sabre by Palamino Cabinet oerami l
850-763-7780 furling bimin,head, '0828 ft 5th wheel CaSUMMERME Mon-Fri 9-4:30 LLC ARN
micro, fridge. Good camper, 3de ss, A/C SERTICE Monr Shore, Sr 850l6 /
C ar cond Docked @ Snug many extras, clean, & trl p aeThurs:91 n SNte s
Harborsli-6.334 sacrifice @ $29k 850- Specializing.In For Hire Locally Owned * Counter Tos
673-0H330. REDUCED 593-5675 3 f20All Wood Custom - New Fixtures
$13Moo d rHomes/RV Y *lByDThe MARIANNA ca Randy
Mutor H&mes/RVsa 2900 BordenrSt. & Countertop Hour Day TRUSSI Han
03 Gulfstream ultra Replacement. Dis $riboorWeek TRUSS INC$&,oViaTei. ,
touring series, class Bulldozing Licensed Hoebuilder e
C motorhome, 11k,l Cae HO7-i (850)d 557-6733 V m In. #m6- Dstend
2 slide outs, onan50)579-442 0
ATVs Seacraft.'89 20ft generatorsleeps upE, onan0 Classified Clay O INel as Donnie Shores, Sr. 850-693-0566
Ceicnr Corsole, boat, to 8neople, $38,000.
2003 Club Car Cus- motor & trailer, 95 Call 334-393-9315 Land dealing, Ine,
tomized Golf Cart For 225HP Johnson Mtre or763-0280 LniAdvertising.. A D V ERTISE IN
Sale. Red exterior Dual Axle Tr. w/
with red and white brakes,wh., runs Allergo 94' 34 ft. Auto .ih.50t62m0ecn
seats fold down. Great cond. $5,900. leveling jacks, 58K 'nr y Yousource A D V E R T S EN
36301 (334)791-7180 334-791-4891, mi. $16,000 OBO WE OFFIR OMPE1E
$2,800.00 Columbia, AL 334-301-3772 Ac *LAW L AS F I D
6X12 enclosed trailer Seado RXP'05,Jet Concord Cthchman for.selling t"' c I ri p ==
w/1 side door & dbl Ski,60his, very - '05 Motor Home. 23' sIERIAswIwCE1114
doors in back $1900 clean, llfeacket ong 2700mi, Take F( 5A8yi6 565T H ESII
new cond. 850-933- cover Inc. $5500 850 over payments.850- and buig
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Motorcycles Motorcycles Motorcycles [SportUtility Vehicles Vans Trucks-HeavyDuty Trucks-Heavy Duty LegalNotices [ Legal Notices Legal Notices
'04 Sporter 8 3 CHRYSLER 06 Town CevOUNTY COURT- ON A BEARING OF TINUE EAST 105 FEET
4 Stportster V883 C Hpi c pI , g Chevy '91 Cherokee , HOUSE, MARIANNA, SOUTH 03 DEGREES TO THE SOUTHEAST
LoM. s. ind. I il Country Van. 508502-pickup, lift gate FLORIDA at 11:00AM, 17 MINUTES 12 SEC- CORNER OF SAID LOT
shield 2 5(7-as. pll:. Exc. conw.51K, seats $1500 850-352-4724 on the 1st day of Ju- ONDS EAST FOR 26 OF BLOCK 5,
c oild. i5lOBO i 9500 , " 2010, the following 1502 FEET TO THE THENCE GO NORTH
334 -536 neg., 334-688-5154 described property POINT OF BEGIN- 115 FEET, THENCE GO
SChrysler '95 VoyagerFor '97 F-150i, V-6 as setforth in said Fi- NING. WHEST 1 o05 FEET
HARLEY DAVIDSON Suzki8 GSX R00 HONDA '97 asspt V6autoseats 8 automatic, cold nal Judgment: THENCE GO SOUTH
883 Sports-er. 2002 350 Mi Bought new 175K, loaded, new power am/fm cass 45,000 miles OMMENCE AT A SHIRE ROAD, MA-POINT OF BEGIN-
IRed. 16K i mler . Garaged Divorce paint, cold air. $2500 . tis NO Like Nw, 0CONCRETE MONU-RIANNA, oFL 32446 NING
ii cream ang ei.gle pending. Must Sell BO. 334-798-1768 or 2 Chevy '93 1500 172K 334-790-7959 MENT MARKING THE
li Inakean pp. $6,150 OBO Man & 334-691-7111 mi new AC, loaded, SOUTHEAST CORNER Any person claiming A/K/A 2010 GREEN
'06 HD Dyn a Wide pass r Helmets avail for suzu 97' Rodeo PONTIAC 92' Trans- runs great $3,000. OF THE NORTHEAST an interest in the sur- AVENUE, SNEADS, FL
'06HD Dyna Wide passenger seat with Helmets avail. for 3suzu 97'Rodeo, a rt mini van, pwr OBO 334-691-7111 or 1/4 OF THE SOUTH- plus from the sale, if 32460
Glide-FXDWG. Black. back rest .$4000 Extra. 334-414-3551 crimson red w/gray ocks/windows, 3347981768 EAST 1/4 OF SECTION any, other than the
Like new. customs. 334-379-8265 c ,th automatic trans o seatso8. 334-798-1768NEAST / SECTOND aN ,o thEB the
Like new. customs. 334-379-8265 , mt. automatic trans clean seats 8 $1,500.,. 2X6, TOWNSHIP 5 property owner as of Any person claiming
78-6600 i42ei Harley Davidson 95 6-cy. $2000. OB0334- BP Motors 793-2142 NORTH, RANGE 10 the date of the Lis an interest in the sur-
ng578-1482 jeff@ owrider36K/mi. - " 701 9292_______ - u - EST, JACKSON Pendens must file a plus from the sale, if
truthson.co Exc.cond.Saddle JEE -7 - w i MC'05 SIERRA, COUNTY, FLORIDA; claim within sixty any, other than the
1999 nD Fat Boy onl bags, spare seat 97 Wrangler Wanted: 2500HD, 139K miles, THENCE NORTH 89 (60) days after the property owner as of
1999 HD Fat Boy only Iags, spare seat u4x4- aac ps act - , a/ CXM c ' L d 6 D sr D u 2 , I
9k, garage kept, re, $5500 334r-984-2044 4x4, ac, ps, ac, at Automobiles black, 4wd, SLT pack - DEGREES 25 MI- sale. the date of the Lis
good condo. 9000. w e ed % n-s Dodge '01 Dakota age, 4 door. $20,000. NUTES 17 SECONDS Pendens must file a
Call 337-347-6023 or tires, hard top. 792-
Call 3347- 6023or Suzuki.08 eGZ250 80 /792-8827. $5800. Sport Club cab, 850-258-7758 WEST- FOR 1327.58 WITNESS MY HAND claim within sixty
334-447-1914 with extended automatic, V-6 61K FEET: THENCE and the seal of this (60) days after the
2007Suzuki warranty Runs Goo Jeep '88 Wrangler o ' miles, Lke New - NORTH 88 DEGREES Court on June, 02, sale.
Boulevard C50- Red $2500. 334-791-0701 Auto. 6 cyl 25" lift. concession Trailer $7200 334790-7959 ND ES24 2010 WITNESS MY HAND
oaned black, 9k miles, n a New Tires l $7 ims.04 - C esn Tile $70 3 9 La- ' 0MNU TES2 EC- cKT.E MY AN
and black, 9k miles, $New 0 o IA Dodge '02 Dakota 522.55 FEET; THENCE Dale R. Guthrie and the seal of this
reat for cruising, $5500 OBO
4,re50a0.for uisin $55000BoWANTED LeatherInt.Quadcab NORTH 00 DEGREES Clerk of the Circuit Court on June 02,
4500. 334-791-2277. Har y Davidson 334-726-2186 Clean con. Fully MINUTES 1 SE- of the ir 201 on ue
2009 Yamaha R6- Springer Soft Tail JEEP WRANGLER '97, Good Condition auto. 334-6933980 GMCM05 sierra ONDS EAST FOR
only 1,150 miles. 3 7 C o 4WD, new t, tntd And d O FEET TO A By: Beverly Hatch Dale R. Guthrie
!_ _ _ _ _wi d w ,s r y d5 0 5 8 5 19G o o d Cc n d. $ I A0 00O C O N C R E T E M O N U - D e p u ty C le rk C le rk o f th e C ir cuit
broken in. Burnt or- bedliner $5,000 334- MENT: THENCE Court
ange and black with 355-0694 334-,q9 31.,-, SOUTH 83 DEGREES LF14987
ghost flames, $9,0b00. d k eIiTrusks-Heavy Dut c52y' UCUIR T FO 7 24 SEC-MBy:IN everlonstcer
Also havemall Joe0 S - MSOZ S-il. Lexus'08 GX470 50K ONDS WEST FOR IN THE CIRCUIT Deputy Clerk
Rocket jacket and Suzuki- 0rM5 Z Mi. Good Cond. Load- 1 4365.38 FEET AND COURT OF THE
woman medium ver& Black, 2.5K ed 3rd Row Seat, Nay 2006 Jeep Wrangler CALL THIS THE FOURTEENTH Meengs-Events
Suomy elmet for mile.celentcon System $36,000hite tha20 ge a 500POINT OF BEGIN- JUDICIALCIRCUIT
extra. 334-790-6146 edition, windshield, 229-254-0077 miles, like new. must E'r-cFab 360 Mag - NING: THENCE CON- IN AND FORJACKSON
or 334-791-2277 arle Sportster 0' detachable saddle- see $15,000. num 4 barrel holly TINUE SOUTH 83 DE- COUNTY, FLORIDA LF15025
ng, range 1200R, Vnce bags. 4,00 FIRM Nissan 06 Pathfinder Call 334-393-2259 hunter green, GREES 52 MINUTES CIVIL ACTION
92 Goldwing,60k & Hines Short Shots, (334)585-6566 black, 69k, loaded, Custom fiberglass GMC 0 ISirra cre 24 SECONDS WEST NOTICE OF HEARING
miles, red, exc paint brai es8,9 new tires, great 95F-150, Eddie hood, 22" hood cab 4 door loaded all FOR 143.49 FEET TO CASE NO. 32 2009 CA ON PROPOSED
miles, red, exc. palnt braided lines, 8,900 ,.new tires, great
& running cond. mi $7,200.794-8037 Cond. $15,000. OBO Bower PKG, no rust, scoop, stainless power, whiteexc. AN EXISTING IRON 000865 ADOPTION OF
$7000850-445-2915 l$20Call 334-685-1634 runs great, blue, grill & bumpers cond 55K mi. asking PIPE (PSM NO. 2456); DIVISION ORDINANCE
leave message or 334-886-9834 $3950. 080 Call Snap on tread payoff $19,500. 334- THENCE NORTH 88 The public is hereby
Dirt Bike 07 Honda 334-475-0084 Alum. tool box, 6" 763-0146 DEGREES 42 MI- vs. notified that the
CRF7 o Excellent-TOYOTA '06 Four lift kit 6"glass NUTES 26 SECONDS AB oard of County
Condition $970 . Runner SR5, 2wd, packs, alum.racing issan 02' Frontier ES FOR MORTGAGE, Commissioners o
334-798-2337 59,700 miles, White, rims Lots of extras 1 m. must sell FEENT FOON E NG LLC, Jackson County, Flor-
.Uexcellent caond. t eLoaded one ownei FEET TO AN EXISTING U UCda , i
$17,900.t 347-30 Rt. REDUCED $4000 334-677-5201 r IRON ROD (PSM NO. i d
$17,900.6334-796-3130 4111); THENCE Plaintiff, public hearing to
Honda '05 GL18i ' Yamaa - 04 V-Star NORTH 00 DEGREES consider the adop-
Kit. color silver, 30th TrailersTractors I 19 MINUTES 03 SE- MARCIA G. WIGGINS, ton of a Op
iAn. Ed . CExtrash miles. Fully loaded dor NDS WEST FOR et al, ordinance entitled:
Any. E. CB, Extras500. w/LED's and Vance & 80.77 FEET TO AN X-
334-793-01778Kmi.27,500 Hinesexhaust.$5800 ummings/Onan ISTING IRON PIPE Defendant(s). AN ORDINANCE
-e 334-790-9108 generator 703 hrs. CHEVROLET 200 (PSM No. 2456); AMENDING ORDI
FIA- 3 k9spd40O3"aol.com 85KW 400atp ,auto E2500HD T HENCE NORTH 8 NOTICE OF NANCE NUMBER 04
ABOY , switch runs poultry Duramax/Allisond RD 00-8 Toyota 06 Tacoma DEGREES 22 MI- FORECLOSURE SALE 06, TO PROVIDE
28K actual miles, house $15,000. OB combination. 39000 TRD pkg, crew cab, NUTES 35 SECONDS ,FOR ADDITIONAL
customized out of 4-40X400 poultry commuter miles. LWB, 68K, toolbox, WEST FOR 39.43 FEET NOTICE IS HEREBY USES OF THE ADD-
Easy Rider, all house of Lubing nip- Looks new, drives Do ge99 150 V-8 silver $15,900 TO AN EXISTING NAIL GIVEN pursuant to a TIONAL 2% TOURIST
chrome-up, SS carbs, pie drinkers 334-726 new. Black exterior Magnum 193K mi. 334-8033001 AND DISK (PSM NO. Final Judgment of DEVELOPMENT TAX;
screaming eagle 0978 or 334-795-6101 G interim A/T, A/C, P/steering, 2456); THENCE Mortgage Fored o- PROVIDIN FOR
exHAustYDAVIDSO system Hon a. e. o t V eo N r t o mO N LG'06 CTX 1300eGrey interior,/c r P
exhaust system Honda 's CX 130 /fm, CD M crews, $3500. OBO NORTH 62 DEGREES sure dated June 02, SEVERABILITY AND
$8,500 334-695-3744 CruiserLike New Custom Motorcycle crmiseLPW 334-691-2987/344 Legal AMINUTES 14 SEC- 2010 and entered in AN EFFECTIVE DATE;
4200 Mi. $5900 OBO Yamaha '05 Vmax Trailer 4x8 led rights, cisge ,, PW, 798-1768 ONDS EAST ALONG Case No. 32 2009 CA
FZ Suzuki 50 79' cal- 334-806-1322 anniv. edition in ramp care tow pkg.$2900.
FZlectors item, 1 50 79' col- 334-806-13222 fl anniv. edition in ramp carrier undr- 34)348-9635 - Legal Notices I THE EASTERLY RIGHT 000865 of the Circuit in its Commission
lectors item, 1 cyl, 2 flame red, excel. neah, never used, OF WAY OF SHEF-Court of the FOUR-meeting room, 2864
stroke scooter, cond.. 6K mi., 1198 cc stored in garage on- rk FIELD DRIVE 114.50 TEENTH Judicial Cir- Madison Street, in
orange, exc cond, * & incl. sissy bar, ly. $750. 334-699-6711 L 1 FEET; THENCE cuit in and for JACK- the City of Marianna,
street legal. $500. guard. cover &trickle NORTH 00 DEGREES SON County, Florida Florida, on July 13,
334-774-2521 or 334- cher. i5.800. 334- FARM TRACTOR IN THE CIRCUIT 47 MINUTES 18 SEC- wherein GMAC 2010, at 9:15 AM Cen-
774-2773 after 5pm 335854 or email Kubota09, L-4400 COURT OF THE ONDS WEST ALONG MORTGAGE, LLC, is trial Time, at which
'HARLEY DAVIDSON sthda 6 CX 10 comcanet w/loaders , $14wd. DODGE r 99,250nRA FOURTEENTH SAID RIGHT OF WAY the Plaintiff and time and place any
oCh'0 r 20 Ftome Black t Cr u iserLik New. 5nt 6-2O 61..-6 o LeT22 9C3O4 d cbso0 bed JUDICIALNCIRCUIT FOR 76.24 FEET TO MARCIA G. WIGGINS; and all persons desir-
of Chrome, Black, CruiserLikeNew , 68 772 1 7632 CHEVROLET 79 C 6uatubo diesel, 4w IN AND FOR JACKSON AN EXISTING IRON JAMES M. WIGGINS; ing to present any
10,2503523032713 4200 Mi.$5,900 OBO andy COUNTY, FLORIDA ROD (PSM N. 6111); ANY AND ALL UN- matter for or against
Harley Davidson 03' 3 2' cide applicator on new enginelooks auto. 850-557-2711 CIVIL ACTION THENCE NORTH 10 KNOWN PARTIES saidcproposed ordi-
Harle c t Honda 06Davson Rebel Solid w b oxes for rough runs good a DEGREES 41 Mi- CLAIMING BY, nance may appear
anniv. Scte winsh&eld & twochemica. $2, 450. 334-701-9213 FORD'05F150Lariat, CASE NO. 32-2009- NUTES 05 SECONDS THROUGH, UNDER, andbe heard re-
Eagle. g sad s . e l bar. L ade n leather. CA-00929 EAST ALONG SAID AND AGAINST THE aspect to the pro-
B-1a'X'& 5 go Aero sale bags 2600 mi. mounted on tool bar.
155cc,11,400Km. $2500.00334-886- Yama '09R6less Goodconditiono. $400. Excellent condition, DIVISION RIGHT OF WAY A DIS- HEREIN NAMED IND posed ordinance. A
$13,500 OBO334-793- 3326 334-714-1110 than 1,000 miles 229-758-3146 or 229- 98000 iles, CHASE HOME Fl7789HENCE DEFEND ANT( L copy of chance is avaia-
.6328/334-793-6241 w, Bought new. Garaged 400-5184 4 door, ood CHASE HOME Fl- FEET; THENCE DEFENDANT(S) WHO ordinance is availa-
HONDA '06 Shadowcondition,14,200. NANCE LLC DEPARTING SAID ARE NOT KNOWN T ble for inspection b
Harley Davidson 03 2.8 mil , W' Must oel7,290 00 John Deere'07790 (334)464-7573 RIGHT OF WAY ON A BE DEAD OR ALIVE, the public at the
VROD, low mil, exc. $5300, will trade for Man & Woman Jack - 300 Loader w/DumpP
ing EWrges- G d etsHelmetseavail.for bucketFiBushoHogDG OE 5n M
334794-2665 or334- newer229-3348520 extra. 334-414-3551 Grader & Tiller Disk white, runs good cab, 4x44dr156K NUTES 00 SECONDS MAY CLAIM AN IN- Administration Build-
805-0810 Honda '06 VTX13oo Yamaha '99XVS11 $14,000321-202-4324 $2,200. OBO 334-691- milesma 'v EAST FORM139.19 TEREST AS SPOUSE, ing, 2864 Madison
5970 miles ddle 2987or334-798-1768 pearl white, $16,900., EDDIE A. ROMAN, et FEET AND MARKING HEIRS, DEVISEES, Street Marianna,
b970 a esishield. 2 42K mi. Asking $3200 John Deere 64054WD 334-685-0846 al A POINT ON THE GRANTEES, OR OTH- Florida.
M T I y OBO 334-76-1215 or Two post Tractor. Chevy 06 Coad Defendant(s). SF pRTGDA
3 0yrs 2er on wrranty 334-477-3152
custU-hm seat, 5400 71, Exi. Cond.,S3K, 4 Ford '07 F5SG
yDavidson '06 0. 334-393 6382 ters/opeds 334-798-2337 black tonneau cover flex fuel, dark blue NOTICE OF ANT LOOP (A 60 FEET TRONIC REGISTRA- 2010.
S idUTILITY' trailer new tires, $14300.' w/ bed cover, 144K FORECLOSURE SALE PROPOSED ROAD) TION SYSTEMS IN-
Harley David0on 1906 a 3 mM, pwr4 CSC,$14,500
TLITeargot ailr430 mi CC,$14,500 SAID POINT BEING IN CORPORATE AS BOARD OF COUNTY
whHeritageSo Dolitle2007,20 all334-677-33 334-714-6999 NOTICE IS HEREBY A CURVE CONCAVE NOMINEEFORGMAC COMMISSIONERS
4,000miles, white, excellent con- he '67 C10 $1200 GIVEN pursuant to a EASTERLY; THENCE MORTGAGE, LLC; JACKSON COUNTY,
4, mi edition, has sat for 2 e ' p Final Judgment of SOUTHEASTERLY are the Defendants, I FLORIDA
lowered, Vance& 3000 miles.. $5,500. t e 33XLT, 2WD,,18K miles, sure dated June 02 ING RIGHT OF WAY est and best bidder By:s/Jeremy Branch
Hines pipes. kBo 334-791-6955Tn3,00346OBOr$18,200.,I34
Hines pi OBO 334-791-6955 Chevy 72' Fleet side Tan $30,000 334-688- 2010 and entered in THROUGH A CEN- for cash at NORTH Hon. Jeremy Branch,
nmar 1601 facto-ry 307, 3-sd, 67K 8606, 334-695-0688 Case No. 32-2009-CA- TRAL ANGLE OF 87 DOOR JACKSON Chairman
Garage kept. lK n " r ' ace'08 charming 2WD, standard shift, original miles. Body FORD'07 F-350, 5.9 L 000929 of the Circuit DEGREES 27, Ml-COUNTY COURT-
Sa 250 DSL Crew Cab 50K Court of the FOUR- NUTS 17 SECONDS-HOUSE, MARIANNA,
10 000 Honda - 06 VTX Scooter, 50CC, 2000 20 Hp, like new, T NE
1300C Charcoal color miles. Like new. $3995. other Equip. 347925578miles,$29,500334- TEENTH Judicial Cir- HAVING A RADIUS OF FLORIDA at 11:0TO
BiF4 runs and looks 540-421-0726 Avail., Call 334-790- C 7 S- 695-7769, 695-7770 cuit in and for JACK- 160.00 FEET ANDARC onthe 1st daofJu-
S Brea realund tooks 54042172 6 28vail. orll 33470- UpNwlCHEVY '87 S-10 Pick-h- SON County, Florida LENGTH OF 244.22 ly, 2010 the following
grea.! Really fun to 5628 or 334-828-1325 Up, New Clutch, New FORD.- o87 F350 Buck- wherein CHASE FEET (CHORD BEAR-described property ty LAAC .
HARLEY DAVIDSON r. e ti e ort Utility Vehicles Motor, New Tires, et Truck, one man, HOME FINANCE LLC, ING AND as set forthin said F-
07'FLSTSC Springer story. The tires are in Truck Leasing/Rent $2,500 080 runs new A/C, 30 ft reach is the Plaintiff and DISTANCE=SOUTH 49 nal Judgment: AN AD
classic 3000K mi. ood shape. 04 Jeep Wrangler X. good 334-618-3447 (334) 790-8891 $3900 EDDIE A. ROMAN; DEGREES 23 M-
Black6$13,50000 ingandcannottake 0ep Wanlo . JEANETTE ROMAN; NUTES 00 SECONDS LOT 26, BLOCKS OF



acnd.$5,500. O!30 g ree dssurfataS-utmaic 4cy and T u anr A p p liln c
4- 80 the bike with me. so top auto. MORTAGE ELEC- EAST, 221.19 FEET) SNEADS, FLORIDA t
850)6 D$97112 miles. rew tires. 0= TRONiC REGISTRA- TO THE POINT OF LESS AND EXCEPT, simplel,
(850)766-7112 leghtoer t 1590. new i679- TION SYSTEMS IN- TANGENCY; THENCE PROPERTY COM-
molin.hightower ho 1 CORPORATED AS NORTH 86 DEGREES MENCING AT THE call oneour friendly
mail.comNOMINEE FOR GMAC 53 MINUTES 26 SEC. SOUTHWEST COR-
MORTGAGE. , LLC; ONDS EAST ALONG NER OF LOT 26 OF Classified representatives
LUR FORK LiFT American CHEVY '91. I Ton 12ft FORD '89 FISO.4wh. are the Defendants, I SAID RIG OFCWAY BLOC R OFHESNEADS,
1999 Blazer Tracker aglew/ummings Flat Bed Dump Truck 4 Auto, $4,HENCE EAST 105 FEET TO
HARLEY DAVIDSON 4 x 4. silver. grey cloth dieselengie, 60001b $5,500 orreasonable reasonable er22- est and best bidde A5639 FEET TH
'081200 Sporttr orNepant. DOOR JACKSON RIGHT OF WAY LINE NIN, THENCE CON-
Custom. m Good condition cold ,500.334-701-9213229-296-81718171
warranty. Like new. ackr. te30r00 BO.p
$8,000. obo702-4778 334-886-3154.
Harley Davidson '089" -3- 34-798-9131
Electra Glide Classic.
5000 miles, 16.750.
334-618 4430 Honda 07 Shadow
750 Aero Biack. like
new, only 2300 miles.
0 be 2.5' after market ex- m e
haust. hyperchargert
$44100 OBO36330
ri (302)858-1235 2004 Jeep Grand -F,
Honda 1962 C102 Cherokee, Special
Harley Davidson'8O super cub 50,4k Edition. Metallic
Ultra Classic scream - miles,kBlack & white; Beige. Leather,
ing Eagle Anniversa Good Cond electric Power options,
1r Ed. Very low miles start 3 speed, 2500. Sunroof, $9,500. obO
29000 334-685-0380 Firm. C3all noon (M-F) (334) 447-1177 a
Harley Davidson 1986 BMW '04 X5, 64,500
FLTC w/ side car. HONDA '98 Valkyrie miles, new tires,
exc. cond. $10,500. Tourer all original, panaramic sunroof,
OBO 334-794-2665 or low miles, runsgreat ext. service til Sept.


exhaust. Lots of nice, fully loaded.37K m *O- * .
extras $2000. OBO $18,500. 3
334-897-0582 334-701-4243


y Customized Asking hines oiapes $6500.

a60-N200 cstom Mna ser g5rapiC pro evrol t HHRLS, Clean O ut Your Kitchen
mid 50's /KH ex. circuit pipe V/force loaded, 27,0 miles,
cond. $5.500. o0o reeds super fast ab- Automatic, 4 cyl.,
0810 - 7u5t 0 334-790-7959 and Turn Extra Appliances
Kawasaki '09 KXF250
, Molor by BPM. 2

bike or the motor-
crossing exremist
Harley Davidson 2000 Chevy 'u5 Tahoe
1200 Spor tr500 0pot.e-.00 499100 mi. leader.
w'wIndshield.uai~e ceryni W18995a Those appliances might be wasting your valuable cabinet
bags. crash bar. Whito 850-579-469-1
adule9a0t60. Chevy '07 Tradlblazer. space, but chances are someone out there would love them. By
HARLEY DAVIDSON K~awasaki'93V a NLce Family iUV
2003. 1200L Sprsler 75 15K Miles Runs $300 ma Ca0D Srtee using the Classifieds, you'll make it easier for them to find,
100th anniv edition. Great New Seat Cov- Hatcher 334-791-8243 today!
$7,500. 334-701-3974 Ford'08EdgeLimited and for to So it
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