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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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Subjects / Keywords:
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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Additional Physical Form:
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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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Police chief runs driver off road


Driver faces
numerous charges
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Sneads Police Chief Burt McAlpin nar-
rowly avoided a head-on collision with an
accused reckless driver Monday after-


noon. Instead, the police chief wound up
ramming the suspect's red Pontiac with his
undercover police truck, then sideswiping
it again as it approached oncoming traffic
in the wrong lane.
The incident occurred after McAlpin got
a call just after lunch Monday from some-
one reporting that a reckless driver had
run her and three others off River Road.
The caller said the driver had also hit a
culvert and a guide line, then crossed U.S.


Highway 90 without stopping for the traf-
fic sign and turned onto Old Spanish Trail.
McAlpin encountered a red Pontiac
soon after he started looking for it on Old
Spanish Trail. .
The car was eastbound in the westbound
lane, and the police truck was westbound,
McAlpin reported. He activated his siren
and lights, and the two vehicles almost hit
head-on in front of Sneads High School.
The Pontiac went off the road onto the


grass, came back across both lanes of traf-
fic and entered the opposite shoulder of
the road before coming back on to the
pavement.
The driver then accelerated and skirted
around McAlpin, who spun around and
started pursuing him.
McAlpin said the driver was all over the
road at that point, and was in the wrong
See DRIVER, Page 5A >


Parents camp out


for pre-K places


BY DEPORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIPAN STAFF WRITER
Some, parents camped out
early Sunday morning so they
could be first in line Monday to
register their children for the
remaining slots in Jackson
County's voluntary pre-kinder-
garten program.
Jackson County opens its pre-
K program to the general student
population of four-year-olds,
after all income- or disability-eli-
gible Head Start children have
been signed up.
There are few remaining slots,
however, and since it is a first-
come, first-serve proposition,
many parents and guardians set
their clocks for the wee hours and.
dragged themselves out of bed to
be there before dawn.
The campers who arrived well
ahead of everyone else, at around
7 a.m. Sunday, had a generator.
tiki torches aid chairs so the peo-
ple in their party could sit in line,
rather than stand during the long
wait.
They were after some of the 16
remaining slots -that were open at
Grand Ridge. Others were look-
ing to put their children in the 20
slots at the Early Childhood
Center, the eight at Graceville
Elementary, or the six each at
Malone and Cottondale.


SSome 'brought sleeping bags
and caught a nap while they wait-
ed for the start.of registration at 8
a.m. Monday.
Most at least brought chairs,
but some stood the whole time.
The process was carried out at
the Early Childhood Center near
Riverside Elementary School in
Marianna.
The district had designated
waiting lines for each school and
the process went smoothly,
according to program coordinator
Kim Long, and at least one of
those who waited..No one tried to
move ahead in the line if some-
one in front of.them had, to get
out and take a bathroom break.,
Long said 57 families were
there Monday morning, and that
more could straggle in by the end'
of Monday to either fill slots that
remained open after the morning
rush, or to get on a waiting list in
case any families who made the
cut were. to drop out over the
summer.
The morning wait was the final
leg of a three-part process to get
into the program.
Parents' had to first get their
children certified as eligible.
They picked up that paperwork
and filled it out either at their tar-
get school or the Early Childhood
See PRE-K, Page 5A >


STAFF REPORT '.
A Marianna
traffic stop initi-
ated because of
a minor traffic
violation turned
into.a drug case
last Friday.
A press Terry Lee
release from the Spurlock
Marianna Police
Department did not specify the
traffid violation, but stated that a
black Ford F150 was pulled over
Friday and searched.
According to the press release,
driver Terry Lee Spurlock gave


permission for
the searchW and
advised officers
that there were
some prescrip-
tion pills in the
vehicle.
Officers said
Carolyn ue they also discov-
ered that the pas-
Demaree senger, Carolyn
Sue Demaree, was also in posses-
sion of prescription pills.
Spurlock, 47, and Demaree,
54, both of Marianna, were
arrested and charged with posses-
sion of a controlled substance
without a prescription. :


Safe freebies


Mandie Giles drops off some of the goodies she got during an event to promote summer safety,
sponsored by Advance America Cash Advance. Among the many safety activities and 'items
offered by area businesses and public safety professionals were bike helmets, child safety seats,
DNA and fingerprint identification kits, as well as gun locks. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


Man charged for alleaedlv battering girlfriend Fire engulfs


STAFF REPORT
A Marianna resident was arrested Sunday on
a charge of domestic battery by strangulation,
stemming from an alleged incident last month.
According tocourt and police documents,
Bryce James Coons, 32, ard his girlfriend at
the time were living in apartment C2 at
Marianna Garden Apartments at 3070 Carters
Mill Road, when the incident allegedly
occurred on May 12.
According to reports, the now ex-girl-
friend reported thaf around midnight that
evening, Coons demanded that she retrieve


a computer she let a neighbor borrow.
When she refused because of the late hour,
the two argued and she told him that he needed
to leave "if he continued to talk to her like that,"
she told police.
Coons then allegedly struck her in the eye,
causing her head to hit the concrete wall in the
apartment. Police said she then pushed Coons
and tried to grab the phone from him to call
911.
Coons snatched the phone from the victim
and allegedly slammed her head into a mirror.
According to police, Coons then pushed her
onto the bed and started choking her.


The victim fought back and was able to
escape, police said. She ran downstairs to a.
neighbor's apartment so she could. use the
phone to call 911. She.told police that Coons
then came to the: neighbor's apartment and
tried to take the phone from her, but the neigh-
bor pushed him away. Coons left in a car the
victim had been allowing him to use, police
reported.
According to the Florida Department of
Corrections website, Coons was released from
prison in 2009 after serving nine years of a 10-
year sentence on charges including burglary
and grand theft.


Tropical Storm Alex could disrupt oil spill cleanup


BY TOM BREEN
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
NEW ORLEANS - Tropical
Storm Alex steamed across, the
Gulf of Mexico on Monday on a
path that could keep it away from
BP's busted well but could still
stir up heavy winds, rain and


choppy seas that drive the oil
deeper inland and bring much of
the cleanup to a standstill.
By midweek, boats skimming
the sludge from the water may
have to return to port for their
own safety, and the floating oil-
containment booms could be ren-
dered useless by waves slopping


over them and may have to be
pulled out of the Water.
The. upside is that the storm
could stay far enough away that
BP will not have to abandon its
efforts to capture much of the
crude spewing from the sea floor:
Nor is the storm expected to
interrupt BP's drilling of a relief


well, considered the best hope of,
plugging the leak.
"We are watching very, very
closely," said Coast Guard Adm.
Thad Allen, the government's
point man on the crisis. "As it
stands right now, absent the inter-

See CLEANUP, Page 5A >


fireworks-


filled trailer
STAFF REPORT
Jackson County Fire Rescue
helped prevent an unintended and
potentially dangerous pre-Fourth
of July fireworks display.Sunday
afternoon.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol, Alabama resi-
dent Charles Ed Wheeler was
westbound on Interstate 10 in a
pick-up hauling a utility trailer
loaded with fireworks, when one
of the trailer's tires caught fire.
Wheeler pulled to the shoulder
of the road near mile marker 159,
just inside the Jackson County
line. The fire spread from the tire
to the trailer. Jackson County Fire
Rescue extinguished it without
incident around 2:40 p.m.
Wheeler, 56, of Toney, Ala.
was not hurt. Damage to the trail-
er was estimated at $20,000.


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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
parking lot. The state certified farmers' mar-
ket accepts FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs
coupons.
* Jackson County Public Library's
Summer Reading Program is 10-11 a.m.
(preschool age), and 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
(school age) in the Citizens Lodge,
Marianna; and 2-3'p.m. (preschool age), and
3:15-4:15 p.m. (school age) in the Malone
City'Hall. Hear stories, make crafts, earn
prizes and books by reading or being read
to.'Call 482-9631 for reservations.
* 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.

June 30 - Wednesday
* The Southeastern Community Blood-
Center mobile unit will be at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna, 7:30 a.rm. to 3:30 p.m.,
or donate blood at the center,. 2503
Commercial Park Drive in Marianna,
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-
4403.
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* Jackson County Public Library's
Summer Reading Program .is, 10-11 a.m.
(preschool age), and 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
(school age) in the First Baptist Church,
Sneads; and 2-3 p.m. (preschool age), and
3:15-4:15 p.m. (school age) in the Grand
Ridge Community Center. Hear stories, make
crafts, earn prizes and, books by reading or
being read to. Call 482-9631 for reserva-
tions.
* Today is the application deadline for new
students who wish to register early for Fall
2010 classes. Chipola is offering condensed
orientation classes in the day or evening on
the dates of July 19-22 and July 26. New
students who take the orientation class are
eligible to register early for Fall classes July
12-15. Students must be cleared for admis-
sion for the Fall Term by June 30 in order to


register. Call 718-2284, or visit www.chipo-
la.edu.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
12-1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
meets at 5:30 p.m. in the Hudnall Building
community room.
* Bruce and Florence Lambert host a meet
and greet for Republican Congressional can-
didate Eddie Hendry, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at 3175
Parrish St., Cottondale. Call 352-4984.'

July 1 - 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' mar-
ket accepts FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs
coupons.
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Marianrna Twin
Cinema, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., or donate blood
at the center, 2503 Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Call 526-4403.
* Jackson County Public Library's
Summer Reading Program is 10-11 a.m.
(preschool age), and' 11:15 a.m.-12:'15 p.m.
'(school age) in the Graceville Civic Center;
and 2-3 p.m.'(preschool age), and 3:15-4:15
p.m. (school age) in the Alford Community
Center. Hear stories, make crafts, earn prizes
and books by reading or being read to. Call
482-9631 for reservations.
* Pick-up for pre-paid Boston butts from
the Family Council for the Chipola Nursing
Pavilion & Retirement Center, is 3-6 p.m. at
4'294 Third Avenue, Mariann'a. Proceeds
benefit residents of the Center.
* The Gilmore Academy and Jackson
County Training School reunion is July 1-4.
A parade is set for July 2, 4 p.m. on Orange
Street. Call 482-7497.
* Jackson County Quilters' Guild Alford
Sit-n-Sew is the first and third Thqrsdays of
the month, 6-8 p.m. at the American Legion
Hall, Alford. Anyone interested in quilting or
sewing is welcome. Call 579-4146 or 394-
7925.
* Thursday Night Concert in the Park -
Jackson County, Parks. and" Recycling
Department's summer concert series contin-
ues tonight with a mix of classic rock and
modern country from Chester Curve, 7-9:30
p.m. at Citizens Lodge Park in Marianna.
Admission is free. Bring lawn chairs, blan-
kets 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.

July 2 - Friday
* Diane Stephens Cowley will be signing
copies of her latest book, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
at Chipola River Book & Tea; 4402 Lafayette
St. in downtown Marianna.
* Jackson countyy Senior Citizens, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna, hosts an indoor
crafts/yard sale, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
* Students from the F.M. Golson
*Elementary School Summer Enrichment
Program invite the public to an 11 a.m. con-
cert on the front steps of the Jackson County
Court House in downtown Marianna, in cele-
bration of July 4th and the return of the
Florida National Guard 144th Transportation
Company.
* The Gilmore Academy and Jackson
County Training School reunion is July 1-4.
A parade is set for today at 4 p.m. on Orange
Street. Call 482-7497.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road.
Dinner, 6 p.m. (free for first-time guests);
meeting, 7 p.m. Child care. available. Call
209-7856, 573-1131.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
'8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

July 3 - Saturday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold
out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in
the Jackson County Courthouse parking lot.
The state certified farmers' market accepts
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
* Chief Financial Officer of Florida and
Democratic candidate for governor Alex Sink
will be in Marianna for a meet-and-greet,
3:30 p.m. at Jim's Buffet and Grill.
* The Gilmore Academy and Jackson
County Training School reunion is, July 1-4.
Call 482-7497.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
* The Harmony Masonic Lodge hosts a
fish fry and sing featuring the Front Porch
Pickers, 6 p.m. Tickets: $6 donation per
plate, or six for $25. Call 526-9516.


POLICE ROUNDUP


Getting it
RIghtl

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


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
June 27, the latest avail-
able report: Three suspi-
cious persons, one escort,
two verbal disturbances,
one fire with police
response, one burglar
alarm, eight traffic stops,
one obscene/threatening
phone call, one noise dis-
turbance, one assist of
another agency , three
public service calls and
one threat/harassment
complaint.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County


Sheriff's Office and coun-
ty Fire/Rescue reported
the following incidents
for June 27, the latest
available report (Some of
these calls may be related
to after-hours calls taken
oht behalf of Graceville
and Cottondale police
departments): One acci-
dent with injury, two
abandoned vehicles, two
reckless drivers, two sus-
picious vehicles, three
suspicious incidents, two
suspicious persons, two
escorts, one highway
obstruction, one burglary,
three verbal disturbances,
one prowler, one residen-
tial fire , one vehicle fire,
10 medical calls, one traf-
T


fic accident, six burglar
alarms, nine traffic stops,
one larceny complaint,
one criminal mischief
complaint, one civil dis-
pute, one trespassing
complaint, one
found/abandoned proper-
ty report, three follow-up
investiga-
7 ---- tions, one
S-- suicide/drug
, ' .overdose,
CR ME three animal
Complaints,
one fraud complaint, one
assist of a motorist or
pedestrian, one assist of
another agency, one prop-
erty damage report, two
public service calls and
one transport.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
- Elizabeth Rutledge,
49, 450 Smith Road,
DeFuniak Springs, tres-
passing'of a conveyance.
- Jessica Entress, 31,
5298 Alabama St.,
Graceville, trespassing of
a conveyance.
- Bryce Coons, 32,
5470 Martin St.,
Graceville, domestic bat-
tery by strangulation.
- Ted Brincefield, 25,
1723 Virginia St., Alford,
violation of state probation.


- Sharon. Daughtrey,
42, 2923B Albert St.,
Marianna, resisting/
obstructing of an officer
without violence.
- Fiona Bess, 18, 2930
Albert St., Apt. B,
Marianna, resisting/
obstruction of an officer
without violence.
t- Matias Castro, 52,
2983 Caledoni S St.,
Marianna, improper exhi-
bition of a firearm.

JAIL POPULATION: 253

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


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Jackson County Floridan * Tuesday, June 29, 2010 - 3A


Altrusa International of Marianna President Donna Parramore, left, presents a
donation to Art Kimbrough, president and CEO of the Jackson County Chamber
of Commerce, to help defray costs of the upcoming 144th Transportation
Company welcome home celebration. - Contributed photo


Chipping in for 144th


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Donna Parramore, president of
Altrusa International of Marianna,
recently presented a $500 check to Art
Kimbrough, president and CEO of the
Jackson County Chamber of Commerce.
The donation will help fund the wel-
come home celebration honoring sol-
diers of the 144th Transportation
Company, which is returning to
Marianna .after serving a year-long tour
of duty in Iraq.\


The troops are expected to arrive
either July 1 or 2.
They will be escorted, in parade fash-
ion, through downtown Marianna, while
on their way to the National Guard
Armory on U.S. -Highway 90 West,
where they will be reunited with their
families.
All funds collected will be used to
feed the 144th and their Tamilies, and to
provide gift bags to the soldiers. For
more information, or to donate, contact
the Chamber at 482-8060.


'Traveling Trunk' tells of


life during Revolution


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Neal Spooner of the
Georgia State Society Sons
of the American
Revolution brought his
"Traveling Trunk" program
to the William Dunaway
Chapter, SAR in Marianna
recently.
Spooner gave members
and guests a glimpse of life
during the American
Revolutionary War (1775-
1783) by telling about the
trunk's contents. Objects
were passed around for
everyone to examine.
Blue Springs Society,
Children of the American
Revolution Vice President
Carly Miller said she espe-
cially enjoyed playing with
the children's games from
the trunk. She joined Neal
and his wife, Brenda, after
the program for pictures.
Blue Springs Society,
C.A.R. Senior President
Mary Robbins invited the
Spooners to bring the
/"Traveling Trunk" back to
.Marianna to share with her
group's children.
The William Dunaway


Carly Miller, center, enjoys Neal, left, and Brenda
Spooner's 'Traveling Trunk" at a recent meeting of the
William Dunaway Chapter, Sons of the American
Revolution, in Marianna. The trunk's contents provide a
glimpse into life during the American Revolutionary
War (1775-1783). - Contributed photo


Chapter, SAR meets at 6
p.m. on the first Thursday
of each month, at Jim's
Buffet and Grill in
Marianna. For informa-


tion, contact Fletcher
Dunaway at fletchdun-
,away@hotmail.com, or
Robert K. Dunaway at
850-594-6664.


Marianna High graduate


completes medical residency


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

SDr. Stephanie Gibson has
completed a four-year resi-
dency in obstetrics and
,gynecology at the East
Tennessee State University,
Quillen College of


Troop 170 makes first camping trip
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN - '-


Troop 170 Boy Scouts of
Marianna held their first
official camp out on Friday,
June 25, at Westfork Ranch
in Marianna. The Scouts
and their leaders braved the
rain and heat, and ultimate-
ly had an enjoyable, educa-
tional time together. This
was the beginning of at-
least 10 camping trips that
Troop 170 will take togeth-
er this year.
Boy Scouts gathered
Friday evening at the
campsite to put up their
tents and begin learning
skills and safety practices
throughout the two-day
event.
After waiting out a rain-
storm, the first new chal-
lenge the Scouts undertook
was assembling their new
wagon for transporting
food, water and other nec-
essary items. Scouts
worked together as a team
and had a fully functional
metal wagon. ready to use
during the next day's activ-
ities.
Up bright and early
Saturday, Boy Scouts and
leaders dressed in full uni-
form were ready for a day
of training and fun.
The boys cooked their
own pancakes, bacon and
sausage to start the day
with a hearty breakfast.
After dishes were washed
and the Scout outdoor
kitchen was cleaned, Scout
Master Steve Hutton began
a lesson on knife and
hatchet safety.
Hutton explained and
demonstrated .the proper
ways to use a knife, as well
as the unacceptable ways to
use and carry a knife. A
tool was used to demon-
strate how to sharpen a


Medicine, in Johnson City,
Tenn.
Gibson was a co-valedic-
torian of the Marianna
High School Class of 1998,
a 2002 graduate of
Sewanee-The University of
the South, and received a
Doctor of Medicine degree
from the University of
South Alabama in 2006.
She is the daughter of
Doug and Debi Gibson,
formerly of Marianna, and
the grand-daughter of
Mavis Gibson of Marianna.
Gibson will return to the
tri-state area this summer to
join an obstetrics and gyne-
cology practice in Dothan,
Ala.


BCF fall schedule online


Boy Scouts Nick Walker, Ryan Mathis, Noah McArthur, and Hunter Hutton watch as
Cub Master Steve Hutton teaches one of the .proper ways to build a fire. -
Contributed photo


knife and hatchet, and
Scouts practiced the proper
way to pass these tools to
one another.
Patrol Leader Hunter
Hutton read important
information from the Scout
handbook for discussion
and gave instruction on
how to use a collapsible
camp shovel.
Following the training
session, Scouts received
hands-on instruction in
using these tools, including
chopping tree branches
with a hatchet, whittling
sticks with a pocket knife,
and sawing tree limbs with
a bow saw.
Scouts then took an oath
to obey the safety practices
in order to earn their Totin'
Chip, which allows them to
officially carry and use a
knife during Scouting
activities.
Scouts worked together


to prepare their next meal
of beef stew, macaroni and
cheese and dessert, while
Jamey Westbrook, owner
of Westfork Ranch,
stopped by for a visit.
After cooking over an
open fire, the real was
enjoyed prior to the special
ceremony that was held for
Scout Nick Walker, who
officially "crossed over"
from the rank of Cub Scout
to Boy Scout. He had pre-
viously completed all the
requirements for advance-
ment, though he was await-
ing his 10th birthday, in
order to meet that last qual-
ification.
Nick was also awarded
the Arrow of Light award,
the highest achievement


possible by a Cub Scout.
He and his parents were
honored during the cere-
mony led by Boy Scout
leaders Mary Ann Hutton
and David McArthur, with
participation from the other
Boy Scouts.
Packing up their tents
and supplies, Scouts were
able to break camp before
the threat of another rain-
storm. The first camping
adventure for Troop 170
was a big success and a
great first step on the path
to many more experiences
together working as a team
and learning new life skills.
For more information
about the program, please
call 209-2818, or e-mail
cokehut@digitalexp.com.


The Baptist College of
Florida in Graceville is
currently registering stu-
dents for the fall 2010
semester. The complete
class schedule can be
accessed online at
www.baptistcollege.edu.
Course offerings range
from secondary education
in English, history and
social studies, biblical stud-
ies, Christian counseling,
music, ministry studies,
elementary education, lead-
ershin "and Christian educa-


tion, business, music edu-
cation (choral and instru-
mental), missions, to media
and music technology and
contemporary worship
ministry.
BCF also offers courses
online and at three exten-
sion sites in Pensacola,
Jacksonville and Orlando.
To view the complete list
of courses, access the web-
site. at www.baptistcol-
lege.edu, or call the
Admissions office at 800-
328-2660, ext. 460.


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Estate battle features $3M for Chihuahuas


BY CURT ANDERSON AND
TONY WINTON
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS

MIAMI - Conchita,
Lucia and April Marieare
used to a luxurious life in
an island mansion. With a
$3 million.trust fund from..
the will of' an heiress,
they'll never have to worry
about a thing. What sets the
three apart is that they're
Chihuahuas.
The three little .dogs are
part of a bitter battle over
the estate of Gail Posner,
daughter of late corporate
raider Victor Posher. Gail
Posner's only surviving
child, 46-year-old Bret
Carr, is challenging, her
will , in Miami-Dade
County Circuit Court, con-
tending she was coerced
into changing it by several
employees while suffering
from cancer and drug
addiction.
Carr was awarded only
income from a $1 million
fund in his mother's will.
But employees including
maids, a personal trainer
and bodyguards received
$27 million, according to
court documents. Some of
them, including a caretaker
of the pampered pooches,
are being allowed to live in
the $8.3 million, seven-
bedroom Sunset Island
mansion with the
Chihuahuas.
Carr's attorney Bruce


Katzen contends Victor
Posner, who died in 2002,
set aside a fortune in 1965
that he says is now worth
up to $100 million in irrev-
ocable trust accounts for
his grandchildren, includ-
ing Carr. Without telling
Carr, Gail Posner made
changes before she died
March 19, at age 67, that


virtually cut him out,
Katzen said.
"He is outraged. He feels
he has been totally taken
advantage of," Katzen said.
The lawsuit also accuses
the estate's representative,
BNY Mellon bank 'of
wrongly "invading" the
trust and transferring assets
without authorization. A


Mellon spokeswoman
declined comment on spe-
cific allegations but said
the bank would defend its
position in court. There
was no immediate indica-
tion in court records that
any of Gail Posner's former
employees had hired
lawyers.
When she was alive,


This undated image provided by Famous Chihuahuas shows Gail Posner and
Chonchita, one of Posner's three chihuahuas that were left a $3 million trust when
Posner died. Posner's only surviving child, 46-year-old Brett Carr, is challenging her
will, contending that Posner was coerced into changing her will by several employ-
ees. while she was suffering from cancer and drug addiction. -AP Photo/Famous
Chihuahuas


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TALLAHASSEE - in payment accuracy.
Florida's' food stamp pro- Florida's award is the I- e
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nation's most accurate in since the U.S. Department M.F 9-5:3
paying benefits for the sec- of Agriculture started the Sat 9-4 0
ond year in a row, earning bonus program in 2003.
an $11.5 million bonus Florida's program is the
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district

pulls pain

clinic ads

BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

BOCA RATON - A
South Florida mother is
upset Palm Beach County
schools accepted $3;300
from a pain clinic in
exchange for advertising on
campuses.
The district pulled the ads
after receiving a complaint
from the head of an advoca-
cy group called Parents
against Prescription Drug
Abuse. Director Laurie
Suquet says that's as bad as
accepting tobacco company
money.
Three of the signs adver-
tised the pain clinic as a
school, "Partner in
Excellence."
Lawmakers have been
trying to crack down on
Florida's many pain clinics,
which allegedly attract drug
addicts and traffickers from
around the country.
The state is creating a
database to track sales of
the powerful drugs, and a
new law limits the amount
of drugs cash-carrying
patients can buy onsite.


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Gail Posner made such a
fuss over her Chihuahuas
that she hired a publicist
for Conchita to promote
her as one of the world's
most spoiled dogs. In a
2007 interview with The
Miami Herald, she said
Conchita had a $12,000.
summer wardrobe and a
$15,000 diamond necklace
that the dog simply refused
to wear.
"Conchita is the only girl
I know who doesn't con-
sider diamonds her best
friend," Gail Posner told
the newspaper.
The will provides for
Conchita and the other two
dogs to live in the mansion
in the manner to which
they're accustomed until
they die. The $3 million,
doesn't 'go directly to the
animals; it's earmarked for
expenses related to their
care, as well as the man-
sion's maintenance, utili-
ties and so forth.
Florida law ,does allow
estates, to provide for care
of animals. Frank T.
Adams, an attorney and
expert in Florida probate
law, said the provisions
covering the dogs seemed


well-drafted .and might
pass muster, at least partial-
ly, with a judge. The real
battle, he says, won't be
over the dogs but over
whether Gail Posner was
fooled into rewriting her
will.
The Miami case recalls
that of New York hotel
queen Leona Helmsley,
who left a $1.2 million trust
fund for her white Maltese,
Trouble. A judge whittled
that down to. $2 million.'
Carr's lawsuit contends
that his mother had existing
mental and addiction prob-
lems made worse by cancer
treatments that included
powerful painkillers. The
combination, her son
claims, made her suscepti-
ble to "brainwashing" by
her employees and unable
to understand .the conse-
quences of changes she
made in her will.
"She was easily inappro-
priately induced," Katzen
said. "The people that were
there taking care of her,
instead of taking care of
her, took advantage of her."
It will be up to a judge to
decide if that is true. No
court date has been set.


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Kagan pledges deference to Congress


BY JULIE HIRSCHFELD
DAVIS
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

WASHINGTON -
Supreme Court nominee
Elena Kagan pledged
Monday to be properly def-
erential to Congress if con-
firmed as a justice and strive
to "consider every case.
impartially,. modestly, with
commitment to principle
and in accordance with law."
In excerpts of her opening
statement released in
advance, Kagan said the
couit is responsible for mak-
ing sure the government
does not violate the rights of
individuals. "But the court
must also recognize the lim-
its on itself and respect the
choices made by the
American people," she said.
As the opening gavel fell
on her nationally televised
hearings before the Senate
Judiciary Committee, the
50-year-old solicitor general
and former Harvard Law
School dean appeared on
track for confirmation as a
result of a Democratic


majority on the Judiciary
Committee and in the
Senate as a whole.
Kagan stopped by the
Oval Office of the White
House to receive best wishes
from President Barack
Obama on her way to the
hearing. A few moments
and little more than a mile
distant, she strode with a
smile into the committee
room and took her place at
the witness table - where
senatorial ritual then
required her to ,sit for hours
while lawmakers delivered
prepared speeches from an
elevated dais across the
room.
"I believe the fair-minded
people will find her philoso-
phy well within the legal
mainstream," said Sen.
Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., the
panel's chairman. "I wel-
come questions .but urge
senators on both sides to be
fair. No one should presume
that this intelligent woman
who has excelled during
every part of her varied and
distinguished career, lacks
independence."


Moments later, the com-
mittee's senior Republican
signaled that Kagan can
expect tough questioning
beginning on Tuesday. "It's
not a coronation but a con-
firmation process," said Sen.
Jeff Sessions of Alabama.
He said she had "less real
legal experience of any
nominee in at least 50
years." And he said her deci-
sion to bar military
recruiters from Harvard
Law School's career servic-
es office was in violation of
the law - a legal conclu-
sion disputed by the White
House.
Leahy and Sessions both
said they hoped Kagan
would answer 'questions
candidly, although the chair-
man also cautioned, "No
senator should seek to
impose an ideological lit-
mus test to secure promises
of specific outcomes in
cases coming before the
Supreme Court."
Judging by recent con-
firmation history, there
was little chance' that
Kagan would run afoul of


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Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan smiles on as she takes her seat on Capitol Hill
in Washington Monday, prior to the start of her confirmation hearing before the
Senate Judiciary Committee. -AP Photo/Susan Walsh


that admonition. In the
past quarter century, most
nominees have pledged
fealty to the Constitution
and legal precedent - and
little else - in their


efforts to win approval.
Obama nominated Kagan
to succeed retiring Justice
John Paul Stevens, a fre-
quent dissenter in a string of
5-4 rulings handed down by


Flotilla of barges used as oil barricade


* BYBRIAN SKOLOFF
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

GRAND ISLE, La. - Mired in
a daily battle against the oil soiling
Louisiana's shorelines, marshes
and wetlands, locals in this barrier
island town are pushing ahead with
a novel plan to block the crude's
path ivith a flotilla of barges.
"The Cajun navy," Grand Isle
Mayor David Camardelle calls it.
They're using the barges to par-
tially block five passes where
water from the Gulf of Mexico
flows between barrier islands into
Barataria Bay, an ecological treas-
ure trove of shrimp nurseries, oys-
ter beds, pelican rookeries arid fer-
tile fishing grounds. Barges were
moved into the first of the passes
last week.
In Florida, Gov. Charlie Crist
announced plans to use barges to
create a similar blockade of Destin
Pass on the Panhandle.
Oil has already seeped into
Barataria Bay, where a rainbow
sheen coats huge swaths of the
water's surface and thick patches
of gooey crude cling to marsh
islands. The goal is to keep the
damage from getting any worse as
the blown well spews hundreds of
thousands of gallons of oil into the
Gulf each day.
"We've got to stop any more
from coming in," said Jefferson
Parish Council Chairman John
Young.
However, bad weather can inter-


Cleanun


vention of a hurricane,
we're still looking at mid-
August" for completing the
relief well. Earlier Monday,
a BP executive said the
well would be done by
S early August.
Still, Alex - expected to
reach hurricane force by
the time it hits land near the
Mexico-Texas border, pos-
sibly Thursday - is giving
new urgency to BP's efforts
to make its operations at
the well as hurricane-resist-
ant as possible.
The company said it
hopes to install a new oil-
capturing system by next
week that would allow BP
to disconnect the equip-
ment faster if a hurricane
threatens and hook it back
up quickly after the storm
passes. Right now, BP
would need five days to
pull out if there is a hurri-
cane. The new system
being developed, which
uses a flexible hose,
would cut that to two
days.
And if there was a hurri-
cane, it could shut down
the drilling operation for up


a conservative majority
under Chief Justice John
Roberts.
Strikingly, there were sev-
eral such rulings in the hours
before the hearing opened.
In one, the court struck
down part of an anti-fraud
law enacted in 2002 in
response to scandals involv-
ing Enron and other corpo-
rations.
In another, a 5-4 majority
said the right to bear arms
can't be limited by state or
local laws any more than by
federal legislation.,
A handful of protesters
gathered outside the
Senate Hart Office
Building across the street
from the Capitol, some
opposing Kagan's nomina-
tion, others expressing
unhappiness that
Republicans haven't done
more to block it.


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'A work boat pulls up to a line of barges anchored in Pass Abel on the coast of Louisiana near Grand Isle,
La. Mired in a daily battle against the oil soiling Louisiana's shorelines, marshes and wetlands, locals in
this barrier island town are pushing ahead with a novel plan to block the crude's path with a flotilla of
barges. -AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File


fere with the barge placements.
Chris Roberts, another Jefferson
councilman, said rough seas gener-
ated by Tropical Storm Alex across
the Gulf had force reinoval of
barges that were being placed in
Pass Abel, just off Grand Isle. The
barges were to be arranged in a V-


to two weeks, Alien said.
The containment system
now in place is capturing
nearly 1 million gallons
per day 'from the well,
which is spewing as much
as 2.5 million gallons a
day, according to the gov-
ernment's worst-case esti-
mate. If the equipment had
to be removed because of
a storm, oil would gush
full force into the ocean
again.
In other developments,
BP said in a filing with the
Securities and Exchange
Commission that the catas-
trophe has cost it $2.65 bil-
lion so far. The oil giant has
also said it would set up a
$20 billion fund to com-
pensate people and busi-
nesses for their losses. BP
has lost more than $100
billion in market value
since the deep-water
drilling platform it was
operating blew up April 20,
killing 11 workers.
The company also
strongly denied reports in
the Russian media that the
company's CEO, Tony
Hayward, is stepping


shape to trap oil in the tip as it's
pushed forward by tides and cur-
rents. Vaccuum trucks aboard the
barges will suck it up.
The barges were being secured
with pylons hammered into the
Gulf seabed in about 10 feet of
water. It was unclear Monday


down. Hayward has made a
string 'of gaffes that have
angered politicians and
Gulf Coast residents.
Meanwhile, Alex was
swirling through the,Gulf
with winds of 60 mph. It
was expected'to become a
hurricane Tuesday, and
could have winds as high as
120 mph by Wednesday.
While the storm center
wasn't " expected to
approach the site of the
spill, Stacy Stewart, senior
hurricane specialist at the
National Hurricane Center,
said Alex's outer winds
could 'push oil farther
inland.
Crews are also expecting
up to 12-foot waves at the
site of the gusher 50 miles
off Louisiana, Alien said.
He said that is not enough
to stop the tanker that is
sucking up large quantities
of oil through the cap on
the well, or a second vessel
that is burning off hundreds
of thousands bf gallons at
the 'surface.
What forecasters are
most concerned about, said
Ed Rappaport, deputy


Driver Continued From Page 1A


lane as oncoming traffic was approaching
near the intersection of 3rd Avenue.
At that point, McAlpin rammed the
Pontiac and forced it off the road onto the
shoulder.
The driver was still trying to leave the
scene, McAlpin said, action which led him
to strike the Pontiac again to keep him off
the road a second time.
With the police truck's passenger side
now against the Pontiac's driver side, and
the driver still trying to flee, Mcalpin
jumped through the car's passenger win-
dow, turned the engine off, and pulled the
driver out the passenger side of the car.
The driver was still allegedly resisting as
McAlpin took him to the ground and,
cuffed him.
The driver was identified as 45-year-old
Juan Y. Lopez. The car is registered to him
in Georgia, and his address is listed as


4411 Fowlstown Road in Bainbridge, Ga.
Lopez did not present a driver's license,
McAlpin said, and the only form of identi-
fication McAlpin could find was a
Mexican residency card.
Immigration officials may be contacted
to determine whether he is here legally,
McAlpin said.
The Florida Highway Patrol was called
to work the traffic accident portion of the
case.
According to McAlpin, highway patrol
is charging Lopez with driving under the
influence, leaving the scene of a an acci-
dent with property damage, having an
open container, driving without a license,
and other charges.
McAlpin is charging him with fleeing
and attempting to elude, and aggravated
assault on a law enforcement officer with a
motor vehicle.
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morning when they would be rede-
ployed.
"The barges. will have to be
removed every time bad weather
threatens and seas are high,"
Roberts said in an e-mail. "The pil-
ings can be left and it will take 24
hours to re-mobilize."


Continued From Page 1A


"We have had to move a
lot of material from low-
lying areas," he said.
"Our concern now is the
safety of the people work-
ing on this."
Rough seas would make
skimmer vessels less effec-
tive and could put crews at
risk.
Pulling boats and crews
off the water could cost
precious time, said Nancy
Kinner, co-director of the
Coastal Response Research
Center at the University of
New Hampshire.
Equipment has to be
stripped down, packed and
protected from the force of
the storm, and then has to
be reassembled and
deployed again - a task
that takes resources and
hours away from cleanup
and containment, she said.
"It not only prevents you
from being on the water, it
delays you in how long it
takes to get back on the
water," Kinner said.


director of the National
Hurricane Center,' is the
slim chance that the distant
storm could generate winds
of 39 mph or so in the spill
area, which would proba-
bly mean curtailing the
cleanup.
Crews may have to pick
up booms in the storm's
path before they get tossed
around.
"What boom they don't
pick up - and there's
miles and miles of it, so
there's no way they can
pick it all up - will end up
back in the marsh," said
Ivor van Heerden, former
deputy director of
Louisiana State
University's Hurricane
Center.
At Grand Isle, La., crews
already were packing up
boom and moving other
supplies and equipment,
Coast Guard Cmdr. Joe
Higgins said. He said Alex
could send 2 feet to 4 feet
of storm surge there.


Pre-K Continued From Page 1A


Center a few weeks ago.
Then, they took the
paperwork to the One-Stop
Center in Marianna, where
the Early Learning
Coalition has its office, to
get it stamped certifying
that the child was age-eli-
gible. Only then were the
parents ready to get in line.
While the process may
be inconvenient, Long said
the school system has con-
sidered another option -
placement by lottery. But
the district eventually
determined this remains the
fairest way to fill the avail-
able slots.
The children who wind
up with those spots 'can go
to pre-school free of charge
for three hohrs per day, or
for the full day, if their par-
ents are willing to pay $10


a day for the extra hours.
Most are, Long said.
About 90 percent of the
pre-schoolers will end up
going all day, each day. Bus
service is provided for the
all-day crowd.
That being the case,
Long said it's not feasible
for the school system to -set
up the pre-school program
in three-hour morning and
afternoon sessions, an
arrangement that could
make room for more pre-
schoolers.
The school system is
doing the best it can with
limited space and state
funding for the program,
Long said, and continues to
evaluate the program each
year to make sure it is being
run in the fairest, most log-
ical manner possible.


Ruby McLane
White

Ruby McLane White, 96,
of Marianna died Saturday,
Tune 26, 2010, in Marianna.
Born in River Junction,
Mrs. White had resided in,
Jackson County most of her
life. She served her local
community for over 40
years as a registered nurse
for the Jackson County
Health Department and
Jackson Hospital.
She was an active life
member of the First Baptist
Church of Marianna, par-
ticipating in the Joy Club
and the Willing Workers
Sunday school. She was al-
so a dedicated member of
the Marianna Garden Club
and the Marianna Wom-
an's Club.
Mrs. White was preceded
in death by her husband,
John Winston White; and a
sister, Gladys Bell.
Survivors include her
three daughters, Brenda W.
Evans of Saint Joe Beach,
Sharon W. Mason and hus-
band Joe, of Chipley, and
Royce A. White of Saint Joe
Beach; one sister, Edra
Parker of Marianna; and
four grandchildren, Rod-
ney E. Evans, Stephen S.
Evans and wife Rosie, Ke-
vin Barber, and Rob Barber
and wife Daniela; and eight
great-grandchildren.
The family extends heart-
felt gratitude to special
friends Frankie J. Duncan
and Leon and Linda Doney
for their loving support,
and sincere appreciation to
the nurses and staff of.
Courtyard Nursing Home
for their compassionate
care of Mrs. White during
the final months of her life.
The funeral service will
be 11 a.m. Tuesday, June
29, at Maddox Chapel, Dr.
Shannon Eads officiating.
Interment will follow at
Pinecrest Memorial Gar-
dens, James & Sikes Funer-
al Home Maddox Chapel
directing.
Prior to the funeral, the
family will receive friends,
10 to 11 a.m. at Maddox
Chapel.


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For information visit: bp.com
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/ am from Louisiana and I know our beaches are our home,
our way of life and our livelihood. Protecting the coast and
cleaning up the beaches is very personal to me.
- Keith Seilhan, BP Cleanup


At BP, we have taken full responsibility for the cleanup in the Gulf.
We are committed to.keeping you informed.

Looking For Oil
Crews are cleaning Gulf Coast beaches 24 hours a day, 7 days
a week. When oil is spotted, the Response Command Center
is notified, a Shore Cleanup AssessmentTeam (SCAT) is
mobilized and cleanup begins irrmediately. Cleanup efforts are
being coordinated from 17 staging areas in Louisiana, Mississippi,
Alabama and Florida. Over 33,000 people are involved in the
cleanup operation.

If you see oil on the beach, please call 1-866-448-5816 and we'll
send a team to clean it up.

Cleaning Up the Beaches
The number of people mobilized to clean up the beaches depends
on the size of the affected area. Individual teams can number in
the hundreds, and thousands of additional workers remain on-call.
Working with the Coast Guard, our teams continue cleaning up
until the.last bit of oil has been removed. As a result, in most
cases when oil reaches a beach, it is even possible to keep it open.

Our Responsibility
Our beach cleanup operations will continue until the last of the oil
has been skimmed from the sea, the beaches and estuaries have
been cleaned up, and the region.has been pronounced oil-free.
And none of the costs of our efforts will be paid by taxpayers.

Our commitment is that we'll be here for as long as it takes.
We may not always be perfect, but we will make this right.


For assistance, please call:
To report oil on the shoreline: (866) 448-5816
To report impacted wildlife: (866) 557-1401
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Big 12 coaches


prep for new format


BY DOUG TUCKER
AP SPORTS WRITER
KANSAS CITY; Mo. - It was
a harrowing and humbling expe-
rience for everybody who coach-
es basketball in the Big 12.
With talk of conference
realignment swirling around
them like floodwaters, nobody at
the highest administrative level
where historic decisions were
being made even bothered to pre-
tend that basketball was a factor.
Football and its millions in
television rights were all that
seemed to matter as the Big Ten,
Pac-10 and Southeastern
Conference attempted earlier this
month to pick off the Big 12's
choice schools.
"I think most coaches realized
that football generates more rev-
enue." said Baylor coach Scott
Drew. "But. think it surprised,
'some people out there just ho%\
great the disparity level was
between football and basket-,
ball:"
Even the storied Kansas bas-
ketball program seemed to hold
no allure. There has been talk
that'Kansas might have held
some interest for the Pac-10, but
the league made clear it preferred
Oklahoma State or Texas Tech if
bringing them along would help
land. the nationally prominent
and imminently marketable
Texas and Oklahoma football
brands.
"I know who makes the money
for the university. I understand
that," Texas A&M coach Mark
Turgeon said Monday during a
Big 12 basketball coaches tele-
conference.
"The scary thing was a school
like Kansas - because I played
there - their tradition, and them
not having a place to go. That'
was a little bit sobering. I think I
was realistic about things. But
it's our NCAA tournament that


pays-for the rest of sports in their
championships, so that was .the
hard part."
After Colorado announced it
was.leaving for the Pac-10 and
Nebraska said yes to the Big Ten,
the Big 12 finally did hold
together with 10 members and
the promise of a big increase in
football television money.
But for the two uncertain
weeks while the Big 12 appeared
to be on the brink of a breakup,
the NCAA could only stand by
since its rules say nothing about
what conference anybody must
belong to.
"I've been a big enough fan df
college sports my whole life to
understand that football makes
the big TV dollars," said Kansas
State coach Frank Martin.
"What's frustrating is that the
NCAA - 97 percent of their
.,whole budget cgmes from men's
basketball And:yet, nobody was
going to stand up and try to pro-
tect that and (stop theruin of)
-ome ot these conference rival-
ries and environments that have
been created, which is what
makes the Big 12 spo special."
''Even though he 'admits that
football "was definitel) driving
the bus," Kansas coach Bill Self
said he never doubted the
Jayhawks would wind up in a
major conference somewhere.
"I never feared we weren't
going to have a home. I never
feared that we weren't going to
be in a BCS conference," Self
said. "My problem .:. was the
uncertainty that we could lose a.
recruiting class or whatever. In
the meantime, trying to be certain
where we would go.
"You look back at the history
of NCAA sports, we've impacted
many of the sports at a champi-
bnship-type level. I felt assured
we would land somewhere. But
the uncertainty of it was the
biggest probleni."


Marlins' manager Rodriguez makes history


First Puerto Rican-
born major league
manager
BY DAVID McFADDEN
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -
Edwin Rodriguez has lived and
breathed baseball for a long time.
The moment he first stepped onto
the field Monday at Hiram
Bithorn Stadium as Florida's
interim manager, that was truly
special.
Less than a week after taking
over the Marlins and becoming
the first big league manager born
in Puerto Rico, he was getting
ready for a game in the capital of
his beloved Caribbean homeland,
in front of family and friends.
"I can tell you, it feels just
unbelievable," Rodriguez said,
standing near first base hours
before the opener of a series
against the New York Mets. "I'm
very aware of what it means for
me, for my family, and really for
the whole (island). It's like a
dream come true for me."
A week ago, he was the
Marlins' Triple-A manager in
New Orleans. Filling in for the
fired Fredi Gonzalez, Rodriguez
has been told he'll be with the
club for the entirety of the series
in San Juan. What happens next
remains anyone's guess.
But for the moment, he said it
all feels like gravy. Rodriguez
grew up about 90 minutes away'
from San Juan and his current
Some is not only in the city, but
about a five-minute drive "with
traffic" away from the ballpark.
Joe Espada, the Marlins' third-
base coach and a native of
Santurce, said he can only imag-
ine the kind of pride Rodriguez is
feeling before the history-making
series in the U.S. Caribbean terri-
tory.
"I've known Edwin for a long
time, and there is nobody who
deserves this more. For what he's
done for the game here in Puerto
Rico, from little league to the big


Florida Marlins' interim manager Edwin Rodriguez, from Puerto Rico, right, signs autographs for fans before the start of a game with
the New York Mets in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Mbnday. -AP Photo/Andres Leighton


leagues, it's incredible," Espada
said by the Marlins dugout. "He
deserves it all, and what we need
to do is get a couple of wins out
of this for him." ,
Rodriguez is a candidate for
the Marlins' full-time managerial
job, having interviewed with the
team formally on Saturday. He is
one of three known candidates,
with former major league manag-
er and current ESPN analyst
Bobby Valentine and Arizona
third-base coach Bo Porter (a for-


mer Marlins coach) being the
others.
Rodriguez signed autographs
for fans before the game, and it
was clear who was the favorite
for the job in Puerto Rico.
"It's about time a 'boricua'
made it as a manager, so good for
him. Puerto Rico has produced so
many great players," said Marlins
fan Manuel Ortiz Carrasquillo,
using the Taino Indian word
,which is the term Pderto Ricans
use to'refer to themselves.


Other fans congregated outside
the San Juan stadium waving
Puerto Ricani flags. A group of
young musicians headed to the
ticket stand carrying drums,
maracas and whistles.
It's the third time the Marlins,
*who have a large Latin following,
have played a regular-season
series in San Juan. They took two
of three games from the Montreal
Expos in 2003, then swept the
Expos in 2004.
Ticket sales have reportedly


been brisk since it became evi-
dent that Puerto Ricans could see
one of their own calling the shots
in a big league dugout for the first
time, and the significance isn't
lost on the Florida clubhouse.
But Espada stressed that the
Marlins were here to win.
"The change of scenery here in
Puerto Rico, it's exciting for the
players. But we're here for a
three-game series to try to gain
some ground. This is not a vaca-
tion," he said.


Jeff Jordan transfers to UCF, joins brother Marcu


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jordan is enrolled at the school. He joins
his brother, Marcus, who was a freshman
ORLANDO - Make that two sons of last year for the Knights.
r Michael Jordan playing for Central Florida. Jeff Jordan left Illinois after last season.
UCF announced Monday that guard Jeff He played 92 games in three years; aver-


aging about 13 minutes a game last sea-
son. He must sit out the 2010-11 season
under NCAA transfer rules and will have
one year of eligibility left.
Marcus Jordan averaged eight points


and three rebounds a game last season.
The pair will now get a chance to play
together in front 'of their father, Michael,
the NBA great and new majority owner of
the Charlotte Bobcats.


SPORTS


Summer hoons


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bridged by your own voice that you'll tune
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distance say.
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others isn't likely to provide you
with any workable solutions, but
most assuredly it could provide
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doesn't lead you to unwittingly
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DearAnnie: In these tough economic times,
my husband and I have managed to stay ahead
of things by working hard and being careful'
with our money. We know we are both fortu-
nate to have jobs. Some family members are
not so lucky and have lost their homes.
The appalling thing is that bill collectors
have started calling us looking for these rela-
tives. I have no intention of helping them. Each
time they call and ask for the extended
family member, I first ask their
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is between them and the individuals. It has
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BRIDGE
Yesterday, I recommended that when you are the declarer,
take at least 60 seconds before playing from the board at trick
one (unless the deal is trivial). This will allow you to count win-
ners and losers, and to form a proper plan. If an opponent com-
plains about the delay, turn to him and say, "You have broken
my train of thought. I'm going to have to start again."
What do you make of this deal? You are in three no-trump.
West leads his fourth-highest diamond, and East plays the nine
under dummy's 10. Also, what do you think of the bidding?
I believe that a two-no-trump opening should.show 21 or 22
points, with a good 20 counting as 21. And normally the hand
will have seven controls, counting an ace as two and a king as
one. Your hand has eight controls. But it has 4-3-3-3 distribu-
tion and no intermediate cards (10s or nines). So it is border-
line between two no-trump and two clubs.
North, though, is right to respond three no-trump. With so
few points, he should ignore those clubs and just bid game in
no-trump. (If the suit were a major, North should bid game in
that suit, preferably via a transfer bid.)
If you win trick one on the board and unblock your three club
winners, how will you get back to the board to cash those other
three club winners? You won't, unless West is sound asleep
when you lead your remaining low diamond toward the board.
Your only possible dummy entry is in diamonds, so take trick
one with your ace. Then, unblock the clubs and lead a diamond,
forcing a dummy entry. You will end with at least nine tricks.


vious information was false. It can be a form of
harassment if a debt collector contacts you
repeatedly or is abusive or threatening. You
should be able to stop contact by writing direct-
ly to the debt collector. You also can lodge a
complaint with the FCC.
For information on how to do that, go to
fcc.gov/cgb/complaints.html or call 1-888-
CALL-FCC (1-888-225-5322).
Dear Annie: Is there a scientific or'medical
term for'a person who has an obsession with
another person's terminal illness
and death, or is this person just
weird?
When someone is near the
' y * j end of life, my friend "Lou"
U' wants to be in attendance as
Soften as possible until the per-
son dies. Lou appears to almost
\experience euphoria when the
S person dies, but shows little or
e no emotion after. I have wit-
nessed Lou's behavior more
Than once and- wonder
whether this is some uncon-
trollable compulsion or just plain nosiness.
- Keeping My Distance
Dear Keeping: Paging Dr. Kevorkian. An
entire cottage industry has developed around
"death voyeurism," or watching people die.
Those who are sexually aroused by the process
may have some form of paraphilia. We agree it
is downright creepy, but generally harmless..

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,black/white, litter wood fl50r. a -cnn CHIPOLA APARTMENTS,, ,
box trailed e850- ASSISTANT a apptae, eno p. (Housing for Seniors ages 62 &s up)
38 i53 t MANAeGE year leasecl. tCal 850 e Unrts include emergeni ych cll systems and i
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303-9727 eLoa and Taxes i BR'uBA, tove . Du based on income Tshe spartn-erts irent 8
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D5 opening fo 2 )r Ast. 850 81 20- donton riCin. C kthr wlkng
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ADBA Reg. Blue Pitt not necessary but Rc s and the oost ffcr wn with sidey bus $
Bullpuppies S/W can cOntribute to 4,2 house at 2844 service d~ddlb1'e to Iacither locations
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Male, $700o Female Excellent starting 2 2 urn apt $800. w;h r u JBki e n CO n-y For more 25 950 )250-- 0- TRCO50
334-798-2059 great salary with a Call 850. 718-6541 rform w tn call 850.526.3R0-
Blood line complete benefitsLe
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hts, 350. Beach Melissa Brooks 2/12 inC Alford,Central
334-684-2860 at 1671 S Eufaula heat, window A/C, r 6on $0 850 -
CKC Chihuahua Tea Ave., Eufaula, AL dining rm, Ig Ivg rm M M ILYM D31LLAR
Cup puppies, Ready Rda $ 8375 850 579F4622/Tg m e s /a
6/5t30.DpH 22 8e-1 13 x2 r Clesa 209-1664/573-1851n DISTRIBUTION CENTERd dr wood $5 L r it he 850-592-2507 har dwoorandom
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850-526-46S -- 2l&3BeMH C'dale. M+ARIANNA, FLORIDA 1940'S Basic-Witzr Booster seat that at- Dinette-glasstop & s4Ituendtable-dark Pegboard display
S Minauzersi 7wks old, isrep rei 5nt Nraig u e Ok Ch0t teaches to the kitchen chairs $75 850-592- brown wood, 2 sweater rack w/4 sides $35
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$400/ea 850-209-6648 for living co. 850-258- 526-3365 93426 4 Dining2 table w/4 Large birdcage o2 A- sleigh
If A ou are aL bt i-t1970's Pine China Bowblx machine, chairs & China Cabi- w/toys 30" tall $20 headboard, lite
Reg.c Border Collie yrs.,old n valid 3/2 in Cdale, no F lift Op9erators ea 8 2 cond. pd $2200 netC$250 850-209- 850-526-3426 wood, $30 850-526-
,puppies, black & DL &Insured pets CH/A $425 850- 2nd and 3rd Shifts $229 850-526-3365 asKing $300. 850-592- 8821/272-7129 Larg work table- 3426
28" hollow core Drafting machine solid /garage $10 Rough sewn lumber
PteM-$Ba200. $0 1, NB $0 850-592-25L7 hardwood random(5)9-0
th 229-78-3 1333 E 224 2 Clean 1/1 no smok- OOR- wood $5 ridal ring set, White head vemco V track
deiverthephebooLom Competitive Pay and 50)592-2507 old antique-style $60 850-592-2507 .50 -1FT 850-592-2507
ease $300 + $300 ' Square ssetting,Sz7. Dremel-Multi-Pro& studfindernew
&a uters Ldep 850s718-8158 Benefits Paoekageee t8"$ hollow'cored 200 OBO 592-2973nC SsizeXL38- Router- B&D w/book
vera varietiwooden door $5e ps f r MotoToolw/case0 $80 w/case $80 (850)579- $40 (850)579-4815
Road, (eweanotheo fware (r850)592-2507 Broyhill king head- (850)579-4815 4815--
SApplyratcFamilycDollar 2dulepedbi db & box spgs for Extension Rack, hook Lawn roller- pull be t of 2" speakers,
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Meteorologist
Media General NC/MidSouth Market Group dba WRBL-TV has an
opening for a full-time'weekday AM Meteorologist.
Must possess strong forecasting and delivery skills.
Job responsibilities Include, but are not limited to: preparing
and delivering weathercasts, monitoring severe weather and
delivering updates on-air and on our web site. Reporting as
assigned. BS degree Ip Meteorology required.
Masters and AMS and NWA certification preferred.
EOE M/F/D/V Pro-employment background check & drug
screen required.
You may apply on line at www.medlageneral.com
or send recent DVD or tape, resume, and references to:
Human Resources, WRBL-TV, 1350 13th Ave, Columbus, GA
31901, e-mail to hr@wrbl.com, or apply on line at
www.mediageneral.com.
No phone calls please.


CPrn certification.
SExcellent technical, assessment
and documentation skills.
LPN Requirements:
* One (1) to three (3) years
related experience
SMust have a current/active
CPR certification.
Maintenance Staff Requirements:
* High school diploma or GED required
or equivalent related work experience.
SAbility to operate various pieces of
equipment to include: lawn mower,
weed eater, blower, edger, pressure
washer, chainsaw, etc.
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communication skills.
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850-352-3329 850-482-6545 HUGE DUFFEL BAG- NIGHTSTAND- 2 board with mirror,
SAntique/Vintage Fu Coffee table $20, 2 BLACK $10 (850)592- DRAWER SOLID mattresses. $400
niture..several end tables $10/ea, 2 2507 WOOD $30 (850)592- 850-592-2507
pieces.$100 OBO 850-593-6679 IVORY 4' XMAS TREE- 2507 TOILET SEAT RISOR-
592-2973. Computer desk, ANTIQUE $5 Older chest of draw- Handicapped $10
ASST small Lamps wood w/shelves $50 (850)592-2507 ers w/bowed front, (850)592-2507
$10 EA NICE(850)592- OBO 850-482=4944 Johnson Bass Guitar solid wood $55 850-
2507 Couch, bige nice w/30watt amp. used 526-3426 Trailer- 4x10,wood
Bamboo Free Stand- $50,4 end tables $50 very little $180 850- rchid & lay flower (850)5748"g $500



1/3HP $70 (850)579- b Kenmore sewing ma- 3703 Vise Work Bench-
aing Scrn/Room Dtion - & m s ke8 6 415-1new 442 pedots$ ean, $40
building books $3-5 $75 850-624-3703 Kenmore washer 125& 850-2727 TV 60" Hitachi Digital
8967 CeatsmanPer 'I-

each8505922507 One- cutting tool ex Wirpoo $20 850442 PanasonicWord Pro- Wooden Baby crib w/
Bonsai potsGrinder- &D 16" variae scroll70 Roper Washer 100 screen houseess, gPictureat con-


sizes, great deal $3ea saw w/stand $130 Living room Chair w/Accu-Spell Plus edition. $100.850-482-
benchrin-592-25er 6" (850)579-4815 $25, 850-605-6239 $50 850-594-3644 $300 (850)526-2234
1/3HP $70 (850)579- Delta Baby Kenmore sewing ma- 3703 Vise Work Bench-
4815 CrIb/youthl bed chine $25 850-594- Pack & Play work hands free,
Boating fiction,- & w/matress, , like new 3644 red/white, cIean $40 crank open & close
building books $3-S $75 850-624-3703 Kenmore washer & 850-272-8967 $75 (850)579-4815
each. 850-592-2507 Da m t dryer $200 850-442- Panasonic Word Pro- Wooden Baby crib w/
Bonsai pots- many 16" variable scroll 48cessor Typewriter mattress, great con-
sizes, great deal $3ea saw w/stand $130 Living room Chair w/Accu-Spell Plus edition. $100. 85i-482-
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Glass Stream 00' Hy-
dra Bass 1500. 110
Evinrude. 2-fish find-
ers. tilt & trim. 2-live
wells, great cond.
$4500. OBO 334-685-
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SCampers/Travel 1 RVs/Campers
Trailers Wanted
REDUCED Montana
-'05 5th Wheel, 4
S slides, king bed,
exc. cond., $28,000
850-547-2808
RIVER CANYON '05
a Cameo s 5th whl, 36', 3 Slides,
3Ca nage Cameo'5 very nice, queen bed,
32ft. 3-slides, 2-A/C, Entertainment cen-
5.5 K Generator, ter, fpi, Much More!
loaded, no smoke, no $24,900. 80-509-1486


Salboat (o-Ladlalina BLACK Interior,
30' 2 cyl. Yarmar die- $5,000 Headland
sel eng., Very low hrs (334) 441-5580
less tfian 250. Roller
micro, fridge. Good


Boat W/70 hp force $13.900. 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8,
Engtrolling motor, newim 2 Slideouts, Loaded Toyota 4WD95 SR
rolling motor, new . Exc. Cond. Very relia
carpet, 2 swivel/ Like new, $20,500. Exc. Cnd. Very relia-
Dump ble vehicle. Dk. Green
telescoping fishing 334-406-4555 $6500 334-671-1162
seas & 2 crun or 334-701-2548

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Center Console, boat,
2000 Bayliner Trophy motor & trailer. 95
5L Mercruiser, Escort Dual Axle Tr. w/
trailer, depth finder brakes.wh., runs Flagstaff '06, md;205
and GPS. All mainte- well, very clear, sleeps 6 adults. a/c.
nance up to date, in Great cond. $5,900. stove. Bath,shower.
great shape and 334-791-4891. Frig, gas grill, 9x10
ready to take out Columbia, AL screen room, N on wone1962 M20
now $17,500 $8000+, sell $000. E
337-794-0609 Seado RXP '05, Jet 334-718-6825 AirfraTme 19 Rne&
Ski, 60 hr,. very3aime:1949 IFR
2002 Gp 1200R & 1998 clean, life lacket & FLEETWOOD '05 CERT. Excellent
XL760 plustrailer, cover incl.$5500 850 Prowler AX6, Sth wh, trouble-free flying.
? both Yamaha, good 527-4455- 36ft, 4 slides, large 334-347-5480
..ndv cond.. $5500. Call rat 23 shower. 30.0AMP
334-347-6023 tomprovemen Corret C34.000BO 334695- Automobiles Misc
or3-447-1914 Intimidator l7sft bass . 334 7 7862
2008 Fisher 1754, $6500. 334-596-1694 Mallard '06 30h fully Ford 500 06' limited
.40hp mercury. 4. self co ntained. uper leather int. 4-dr.
stroke. mtr guide. slide. $9,000 334- 35,500K mi. exc.
trolling mtr, Hum- 687-4503 cond. $13,995. 334-
rmingbtird 565. TAC. 699-6779
bilge pump, live well, * Sabre by Pdalam ino
S334798 0010 '0, 28 ft 5th wheel MECURY LATE '70's
3379-000 camper. 3 slides. 85HP w/power trim
21 Arriva w/200HP marny extras, clean, cables/wiring, new








































I 8g g a 200BorienOh. 0aeo caTd2O.I touingsy ,,j jer., ,iie class an auto. ACup-
Merc. Walkthroughr --sacrifice , a $29k 850- gears & water pump
w, s. 25hrs. on mtr.w/ 593-5675 $1,500 251-599-5127

extras. Cust. covers. Sug - 2 6 18 Mercedes 82' 3805L
56K 334-693-3330 it. Mirag 5e SAFE. NO Motor Homesi RVs s93K mi. H/S tops
oon 00' Johnso NANCE. Seats 8. e9. 03 Gulfstream ultra . PWRS, wndows,u
70hp 00'Trailer, looks Ig. sundeck, storage. touring series, class nad to A e
_l_1_IlI g^Cood runs great walk-through trans- C motorhome, ilk,- graded sound sotem,
BulldozingPooPowerWashing SelfStorage Maid/Housekeeping q6,500. 334-714-5860 om, nonskid swim 2 slide outs, onan car cover & top stor-
Self St e R n platform, Merc Opti generator, sleeps up ne d
Sn Roofing Bass Cat 20'9" 200 Max250 HP V6 trail- to 8 people, $38,000. maintinedw/re-






































MARIANNA H MercuryO timax, elr,gcoer. NICg Ee.C
For General HP Mercury O timax. er, cover. NICE! Call 334-393-9315 cords. $14200. 33--
HousA l l Matching tan em $14,995. (253)229- 3 or 763-0280
IHouse R INNA trailer. GPS, etc. 8500
COOL or Office u $8500 OBO Day)850- Allerao 94' 34 ft. Auto Automobiles




GA*i P **25 m of Poolp emeng ti ClaTom forme Ie695 . ls o lreat shape. 520 hrs, m l ja ee




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Co Cistom Inrcosd Inluding 2 i7 Sin g re ekdn6tr
Ln Dump Truck PlsonroulsT G S Aluding I25100% Y pFrene 3424. RE DUCED!rspy i er,, forest green,
u a IPools vn Coal sea/ of elerso i I MetalRof Concord Coachman GT convert ible 78K
Rn n ation & V hCommerialCleanIng looYars*in E0h6Estnimates �otn '05 Motor Home. 23' $7000.OBO Call 334-
nRenovation :ofWlindows 110Iwiil References .Custom Trim ong2700m, Take 347-6023 or 334-447-
DebrisRemova L 334-726-887 Available fa593-5103























Lomeicensed(H ink se ur onli-new i0 me7t .
SRetention Ponds Alabama & Florida *clr VrWd a B-n
". Grading-- vd, 190HP inboard tRr av tcrma n '02 8'5-
�e~in HomeH pervrmmext. swim patform- offer air, private bath, exc. mies. t, tres.XM
ald 6 m-, on,4 - 502 or on sleep $10500. Call 334-685-
lop Soil � Fill Dirn KITCHEN T rrA engine $14,800 6 478-731-0194c no smoke/no p ets '1ye 057





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Eng9 n770 T rton'TREPAIRS17 half. $17,900. 05 Monte Carlo IS,
Land Cleraring REMall NG Rear i w/75 Mercury 2997 S fping Creek Rd, V6 auto runs and
G r i8'ne 186" wn90hp Honda timaxmtr. Brson, GA looks great, a must
Sincen1960 L OCIF M IBS. T OODiS MAr LL Fl oorlToRoiof f4 stroke&.003 4 7o8 5hrs. Gar.ekept.e813-245-1298 see ! l e$10,500. B 080r
orOo n .- stroke b gat v. 2$10 ,900 334-699-2503 e
ETSBigOr Small Jobs �. a trailer. $4200 Call 334-475-0084
"At T yaiintA (ale.. r S J r ,:9.'l 4334-798.4743 Viking Airboat 14 ft Fleetwood Bdr '107 le
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(li,,,, o rune) Natural Smone - h eflm Samea Day : . , Cobra -1991 14' Tri- Lycomb engine w. fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 4 doors, moon roof,
RE Al Coonte o D shul tin stteering w/ trailer. $15,000. 334- gas, 5,900 mi, $100k custom rims, new
ici40 .O 334-98-1201 tires, 55k miles, great
G ro untt- C e m l o~. ..~:�, lIoRe rru A IA D epth f inder. e lec tricC
Completep Salem n InSowes anchors trolling mo- Watkins'7927 Monoco Knight '06, asking $11,0009 Call
Kit chen2Desn t -4in H o - e ..', , h' or. Custom DMI 10' beam, 3'8"draft, Save $25K or more. Rachel or Jay
, ' ,-all-(Puto5,0)r57yr4 2'- 'otor.C omi ' 0.....bt,,,,,ll',dut NDiesel, 4 slides, 4300 334-393-9959
--3Trailer.w$3.500. 334- 3500 ballace, 8HP Dies e 4 ,400
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COMFORT remodeling.toCountsw Johnson outboard. slide-outs. 15K m L. ron
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$0018. in4.lectoni. 735A m ie . 4KWCe Onan 1. 334-79l, 0987
lames Grant, i New Fixtures O 2995 gen. 4dr. frigw/ 58k miles, sale price
AirCodirontro6wFixtsri9-4:HOMEWORKS CROWNLINE'07, 210 icemaker, W/D in $12,999.Call1CSI Auto



























liketiti icalio Bowrin si G.r
Coaerihed a9-4l o rid a peTravelrmotion satellite dish, 334-671-7720
&.Al it ralCahRard:t For Hire c Boweard twer. w Tag ailersl e rs rear & side cameras, or 334-714-2700
Sp,]- L li'o liI 'nrhandhro9-tourHHome d3 to 3ThpralikelnewrHome theater sys. BMW
SDICApre ByThe Carpntri Palinrn $2.000.334-470-8454 Leathereuro recliner, '05,325edan,
Met,(. in,3Dl-7102644 8 r er mp.Blue w /tan leather r,
Y La - ... ""RH- Oi.f.7o. -14' NeW Enclosed desk, King bed, 36k mi, one owner,
.Ca1'860-526G2346 ieneral0 ,Rvpioir Hour DYNA TRAK15 ft. Cargo Trailer will sell Brake-Buddy for tow
Gooa850-693-0566Diergiass boat for $2200 or trade car. Garage stored no paint work,
o --or6Week Ifi7tllil8 0Jr w, trailer $700 for an RV/Travel Many other options. $17,700 334-685-6233
" : -ioriWeek tilhte abnet/,nsred 205-249-2936 Trailer/ 5th wheel/ $160,000. Cadillac '91 Broug-
AtServices B &Cyce C netos/ (850)557-6733rFisher 1 Hawk 18 '99-'04 with slide and 334-797-3617. ham D'elegance
e:Fpaydifference.-850- ECE Collectors rare fine
TIREDOFHIGHClass 2, with 115 482-5631/557-7332 113K miles, driven
ELE.Mercury outboard '03 Class A/gas daily, absolutely
rCa Shores NElEED TO POLE motor with trailer, 2 1- Travel Trailer 28 fi. Monoco La Palma. 2 perfect, $5500. OBO
TRCabinetfish finders, trolling Prowler needs a little slides. 1� bath. 850-535-9672 or
Land Cleaing, Inc. Shop, BA motoraccessladder, work. $1000. 334- Loaded!mcI lcar 850-260-2625
,systoLLCB NI Bemini. AM/FM rar p m . t- 618-6589 8ol50ley) & 20
SUMMERTIME 850.N2402 Specializing In LDclio. on board charge furnishings (dishe.
A/C SERVICE Cell 0.ISOSS All Wood CustOm isimple,er shelter. - 334,790-3480.
ActNoforaWEOFFERCO E Built Cabinets t'ssmle,$14.0��. 334-685-7319
, w cmw, & Countertop call one our friendly A INN FIsher 6 Crappie,
$m150 d tReplacement. ai-n IN special. HasMerur.. .
R esv TRUSSIN.60 motor. 21.t 2006 KZ Sportsman Cadillac ;99"DeVile
(0 8 5 2900 Borden St. swn.eswrrova Licensed Homebuilder and they witbe hrs.on.mtr.TrolingQ ToyHauler 35'Bumper Whaie. A must See!
m0 YE.4asBE Bl.� Call (850) 579-4428 motor.fish finder.?2 Pull. I slide out NEW tire,, 76K miles
285 Donnie Shores, Sr. glad to assist you, live wells w,'trailer Sleeps 6 Fully cont. R-VISION "06 Trail $ ,,100 00
334-793-2226 $13,500 334-726-4905 Lite, 26 ft., fully 334-793-7663
loaded, like new, l .k.4 . ". '
low m mileage $42 ,900 ; .'
Tuesday, June29.20109. p. 334t616'6508 -J" --

and.. " k s uaimmaculate contend.
loadedw we'options
must see! comes Chevrolet '08 Malibu
Sunday's with '07 Jeep. Dothan LT. Maroon with gray
WASABI SOLUTION 2008 5th wheel, Key- $58.500 334.603-3397 interior. 4 cylinder.
stone Laredo RL29. TIOGA '04 Motor XkM radio. CD. onstar,
S03 � 71 2 6 9 0318.$24.509 obo. 7293miles4KW Onan $16.500 334-797.0987
----2 9 3 5,like new, I slide Gen., very clean Chevy 05 impala tan
5 j. '- 26 Ft Keystone Travel $31000334689663 in color 68.200K mi. I
(" 4 Q 06 7 0 Trailer. sleepsowner, uad cord
1-in front & twin bunks RVsICampers $7,50o . 8.F0.526-5832
TJJE 5UIDOKCU Am5IWITH A KICK1 .!4 @ 3(9 @ 7 9 in back. ACDC gas Wanted or 650-209-0202
1111 9 4 1 5 6 Call334-790-5628 06'TravelTrailersior LIKE NEW!
2 or 334.828-1325 sale. self contained $200 do ,r,. $259 per
957tL8Wheel063346 334-793-4438 or 334. monlh. Call Ron Ellis
5th Wheel.'06 36ft.793-4448 334 -714 0028
2 t 8 3 607 4 4 slides 5th '06 Fleetwood 2- Chevy '71 El Camino.
4 Asking $38.500. slides, with 07' 350 Engine. $7500
. ____ __,,('a " ,334-655-1100. Slverado�250 work 850 594-3282
7-.7) - payoff $37.000 334-.
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.Harley Davidson 1992 Ford '08 Edge Limited CHEVY '87 S-10 Pick- FORD -'87 F350 Buck-
_- -A Volkswagen'06 Bee Sporster 1200 custom .navigation, sync, Up, New Clutch; New et Truck, one man, BID OPENING: Bids THE ENTIRE TEXT OF
S. di se 2K mid 50's KHexc.brillant red, leather Motor, NewTires, new A/C,30ft reach will be received by EACH, PROPOSED
m'"a B 4 miles, 40MPG, load- cond. $5,500. 080B seats, loaded 37K mi. $2,500 OBO runs (334)790-8891 $3900 the Purchasing Direc-RULEAND/OR REFER-
e . 189 794-2665 334-805- $26,500. 334-791-2338 good 334-618-3447 tor at 2864 Madison ENCED DOCUMENT,
2497 uor3 134 872-16St, Marianna, Florida AS WELL AS A FULL
"''�_ 2497 or 334672-1655 '0810 Ford'87 Bronco 32448 up until 2:00PM LISTING OF RELE-
Chevy -76 Impala. 350 Kawasaki'93 Vulcan 2-door Dark Blue, FORK LIFT American CST on July 22, 2010. VANT STATUTES,
nemail plclt acll 750 15K Miles Runs Runs good, Good Eagle w/Cummings Bid will publicly CAN BE INSPECTED
new arts, Great New Seat Co- Condition $4500 diesel engine, 60001b ned the Board AND/OR COPIES
bored 60 over, new er $1800 718-6833 334-792-1208 lift cap., good cond. of County Commis- MADE BY THE PUB-
flow master exhaust $11.500. 334-701-9213 sioners Chambers LIC,. DURING OFFICE
system, platinum Mojo Motor Scooter FORD '89 F150, 4wh, and bids will read HOURS, MONDAY
everything (plugs '05, 200mi, Blue, CHEVY '91,1 Ton 12ft 4x4 Auto, $4,900 or aloud at 2:00 PM CST. THROUGH FRIDAY,
wires etc $3500 Har D son 2000 $1650850- 258-1638 vans Flat Bed Dump Truck reasonable offer 229- The public and bid- AT THE ADDRESS
850-209-7051 Volkwagon '02 1200 Sportster, 5400 $5,500 or reasonable 334-8520, 229-296- ders are Invited to GIVEN ABOVE.
Beetle. Silver. miles, bur Suzuki 07' GSXR 600 HRYSLER '06 Town offer 229-334-8520, 8171 attend.
Needs adn like new, 3550 mi. 0Tow
Ne$270 en/windshrun u iCnlr Van. 229-296-8171
bar, 400. includes all '
Vol1o 02 /70 adult operated $6500. riding gear OBO E,.cond.51K, seats Chevy'91Cherokee
Volvo 02 V70 I-adl orateshd $6500. H Dingg e sar 0897oPassport nan. 'General-Coditions
Sa3347144029 HONDA7, ac, power, $9500 pickup, lift gate General Con dio
Bl . gray leather. 334390-0220 334714-4029 175K, loaded, new 334-688154 0 0850352724 may be obtained LF15027
. - 70k miles. very nice paint, cold air. $2500. $1500850-352-4724 from the Purchasing
'o econtmecar y HARLEY DAVIDSON OBO. 334-7981768 or Chrysler. '95Voyager, Department between NOTICE OF
Chevy 81' Core one owner $8000. 03120 Sprtster 334-691-7111 V6, auto, seats 8, For - 6 the hours of 8:00 am PUBUC HEARING
red, auto, mirrored Call 334-494-3627 Lots of chrome. Isuzu 7 R power, am/fm cass. automatic, cold air The Town of Alford
tops, 52K mi. new Volvo '08 C70Hard- $7,500.334-701-3974 crimson red w,'gray 8 592- 45,000 miles ay. Information or will conduct a public
tires, calipers, brakes top Convertible.T5 int. automatic tran, 2832 Like New, $5600. Inquiries may be hearing on July 13,
& shocks. Garage Package. Light blue. Harley Davidson '87 Suuk 600 6-cyl. $2000. B0334- 334-790-7959 2010 at 6:00 r.m. at
3kept. 14,500. OBO 19K m 28,500 OO upels 350 Mi Boughtnew 701-9292 PONTIAC 92' Trans- Che '93 1500 172K Stanley Hascher, Pur- the Town Hall ocat-
334-791-2338-_edDivrce onort mini van, pwr mi. new AC, loaded, chasing Agent, at ed at 1768 Georgia
ebingchrome, $9500 850- Gaaged Divorce JEEP 1987 Wrangler pos i an 0, p i
VW 05' Sala red 260-1666 pending.MustSell 4x4, acs, acat le windows, runs great $3,000. 2864 Madison Street, St., Alford, FL. This
Chrysler '95 Sebring, VW 05'Sala red 260-1666 pending. Must Sell 4xacps clean, seats 8 $1,500., OBO 334-691-7111 or Marianna, Floridaorublic hearing will be
power, AC, new en- Beetle Bug $6.150 OBO Man & new eng�ne/trans/, BP Motors 793-2142 334-798-1768 voice phone 850-718- held to consider

or $2100. 334-405-3130 L 5 Hlm il 01 0. a dU 9682. The complete lowing ordinance:
tible auto, 405 HP Jeep '88 Wrangler Automobiles GMC'05 SIERRA, Project packet is on
tible auto, 405 HP w/ Auto. Wrangler I Automobl es 2500HD, 139K miles, our. Web Page AN ORDINANCE, OF
12-CD changer w/ Classics Antiques New Tires & Rims. black, 4wd, SLT pack - www.jacksoncountyf THE TOWN OF
Bose sound sytsem.5500 OBO age, 4 door. $20,000. Ius click on Pur- ALFORD, FLORIDA
58K mi. Black/ HARLEY DAVIDSON 314 72 62186 LT spo C b a 850-258-7758 - chasing then on RErPEAUNG ORDI-
black leather. 1959 220S Mercedes 883 Sportster. 2002 L3.- "Bids & RFPS" NANCE NO. 83 OF
$18,000.334-299-3739 Restore ueor Red 16K miles. JEEP WRANGLER '917, Sutomaic V6, 6l1Kj THE TOWN OF
parts screaming eagle 4WD, new top. tinted ConcessionTrailer miles, Like New, IMPORTANT ALFORD, FLORIDA
251-747-4022 intake and pipes. windows, sprayed IT $7200 334 790-7959 DEALING WITH AL-
forward controls, 2 Bedliner 5.000 334 WANTED 7200. 334-7907959 Bids SHALL be sealed COHOLIC BEVERAGE
Buick 13971 Ik lard passenger seat with 355-0694 Motor Driven. Dodge '02 Dakota and identified with REGULATIONS; PRO-
yellow wit white back rest. $000 uk- 08 M50Z - Good Condition Leather Int. Quad cab the following infor- VIDING FOR PENAL-
top, auto. 350. 81K 334-379-8265 ver & Black, 2.5K Lexus '08 GX470 50K And Equipped Clean con. Fullymaon on t ou TIES; PROVIDING
miles, $9.500.miles. Excellent con- Mi. Good Cond. Load- 850-548-5719 auto. 334-693-3980 GMC'05 Sierra ide of the envelope SEVERABILITY AND
256-282-6752 Harley Davidson '95 edition windshield, ed 3rd Row Seat, Nav 2500HD 60K Mi. ide of the envelope OVIDIN FOR AN
- Lowrider 36K mi. detacable saddle- System $36,000 Good Cond. $16.500 NAME) BID # 0910- EFFECTIVE DATE.
Lto NAME) BID # o - EFFECTIVE DATE
Motorcycles Exc.cond. Sddle bags, $4,000 FIRM. 229-254-0077TrucksHeavy Duty 7 26 ANNUAL BID FOR
DODGE. '09 Dodge S$5500 3 349842044 )58 6 Nssan 06 Pathfinder MISC. WORK TEMS Interested parties
Challenger Garage '04 Sportster 883 black, 69k, loaded, 2006 Jeep Wrangler ! "'; ... JULY 22, 2010 are encouraged to

ry chrome wheels. 6 exc. cond.$5500 BO Call 334-685-1634 see $15,000. B500 awards aif a nd) t n fil e for review
e 334-585-5396 or334-886-9834 Call334-393-2259 Etcab 360 Ma- een the Jac during normal busi
to buy a boat. 12, 500 TOYOTA '06 Four 9F- ,num barrel holly C,!:: 7 - . son County Board of ness ours (8:00 a.m.



et seating, CD, 334-714-2700 miles. Fully loaded Tralers-Tractors nu tre , 0146 any or all bids. ment may do so in
cruise, 0095 F-150, Eddie hunter 06 HD Dyna Wide w/LEDs and Vance & eron the of-

passenge r airbag, L, DiGLike Runne r SR5, 2wd, sale Rabon Guthre hearing or in writing
PS, PW; $32,200 Like new. cust . 334,-790-9108 Cummings/Onan P s aum. rcin Clers. Bid a rd will mo the Town of
exterior, Charcoa34)635-7831 6600 mSoft$12,900.404- k9spd4Taaol.com generator 703 hrs. rims Lots of extras cond55Kmi. asking bidder, but the right St., Alford FL. Per-


ter7ior, S, ac 8 j 5 4 au 9. C C Ato am toall CSI RED0r 00.33B4-76- 334yr75ey 0084 grill&aumpersh
alarm, am/fm, buck t 334-671-7720 or it run 4 p pof $,5 is reserved to reject s wishing to com-
Sgarage tre H y Sportster06' hose of nip- 763Toyota 0146 any orCoullbid ment may do so in
cruise, drverairbag, '06Call 337-347-6023 orHD DynWide 334& Hines Short Shot miles. Fully loaded rilers-Tractors Alum. tool bo6" LW 8K toolboxperson at the public
c s rat , 33479 brddis895w/LED's and Vance & lift kit, 6" glass nearing or in writing
passeutomatngerairbag, PL, Glide-FXDWG.Black. Hinesexhaust.$5800ilver $15900 n Guthr ensure that a verba-



PS, PW; $32,200 Like new. customs. r, 334-790-9108 Cummings/r Onanpack a . rc L s n , dris iAC TN th re Tow n o
(334)635-7831 6600 mi. $12,900. 404- k9spd403@aol.com generator 703 hrs. rims Lots of extras! Alford.







Ford '04 Crown Victo- 4 c500r334.791sing, & incl. sissy bar, stored in garage on- Grey interior a/c, Dodge 99' 1500 V-8 THE JACKSON and evidence uton
ria LX, loaded, 55K guard. cover & trickle ly.$750.334-699-6711 am/fm, CD, XM Magnum 193K mi. . o COUNTY SCHOOL which the appeal is
6363. B t 578-1482 jeff ly @ 5KW 00jmp. auto R CED 4000 O69 87 By: Jeremy Brand Effct: 032




broken inso. Burnt or- Honda'GLS w.loader. 4wd, 34)3 635 7981768LF15026 Pursuant to Chapter
angeand black with GW.Roadsmith Trike . 500hrs. $13,700. 120 of the Florida NOTICEOF
house ae sall e n. d. , xtra15.000. OBO e J C Board of county appeal decision





Rocket j F t Htand 38K ml. $27,500. c d- l 8. County will hold a The Chipola College
9k, womanmedium 334-793-0177 a r 4-4X Toyota '06 Tacomae y Commisspion ers e- Distri b board e o
Suomy 9 garaged.eto r tr 6 chemical given to all ntn- im in conjunction Trusteesoun will ree teo
Orange 1200R, Vance pie drinkers 334-726- CHEVROLET 2007 TRD pkg, crew cab, to any Matter, that





a 337-347-6023 or &HinesShorthts, 334-795-6101d peron or irm with the reulrly esd ley
ord 99 Stratusu l, 334-447-91- 4 braided lines, 8,900 es moDuramaxA sver $15, 900 i LF15028 ensure tat 0a vera-

ob $ 0.334- 790-7059o len black, 9k miles, flame redexcel. A 2amp58-316 ca r 29er- Looks new, drives 6 uad b, b cksn Cn P e purpose ohrich reord in
00334-797 01 . e 334-7.incl. sissyo p bar e - stored in garage on- nw 7lo 6 t de l, 4wd ch8j" DAME AN vamn ior anopo d evidence upol
miles, drives like La 29 Yamessa R- gerruiser Like New 5 H f 0.3 of F a 4- A32446, T, A/Cfor
dream $8700 321- only 1,150miles. 333-5854 Or e-mail FARM TRACTOR cruise, L, PWO-





2ed. Ec. Cond. NDA g 4200 Mi.o $5900 OO. extra.3 5 Kubotadr '09. L-4400 tow pkg.$Dis29000 33L691o2987ad, Tn . J ao Pu- rpos e and Effeat: oa LF15032
an 321-82-7268 n bla with1100 ssic. Black cGW.Ro h ere 6405 4WD doo PM CST r th s.. - 12 f the Florida





SHyundai '03T iburon . - chrome.eellent Two pos, t Tractor. 4or 498 ,000 glooi pur poeDP n to tpe orcnd uc
ghost flames, $9,000. Kit colorsilver,30th _. " 2 665.2772,'671.7632_ INVITATIONTOBID Statutes, the School PUBLIC HEARING
Also have Small Joe Anv. Ed. CB, Extras, G || andy 4 row insect i JACKSONCOUNTY Board of Jackson




xGTRocket jacket and 38K mi.6 $27,500. tspd manu, Conty will hold a The Chipola College
1 ery le womweans medium s 334-793-0177appla NOTICE s iereby rule adoption meet- District Board of
17"00oymt8w/double box es, for given to al interest- 0 ing in conjunction Trustees will meet on





vinyls, and body kit. elec. blue w/spider 42K ml. Asking $3200 Travel Trailer, good 12.200. ils fully ness Policy - Appro- Florida, to wit:
5500. 334- . extbrac. 334-790-61246 prsons orafi'mswith the 262egularly5 o c . 0 334-6esd l
Ford '65T-Bird, auto, or334-791-2277 Yamaha'09 Rs mounted on ool bar. thI sealed bids will scheduled meeting 2010 at 7:00 P.M lo-





390 4bbl, slide ster- e than 1,00ow 4 Mles od c$ 0 OO dition.Y crg CHEVROLET'79rC-60 DGE'99,25 R be L accepted aW then August 17, 2010 caltime, n3the Pubol
Nice Car , $500 Down bike.7950K, Must See 334-806-1322 Scooters/Mopeds Dolittle 2007 20 www.jump truck, 20K .,csb.org. lege Street, Maan-





$300 mo. Call Steve $30,500. 334-445-0366 white excellent con- 7- FORD '07 Explorer Cost to agency na, Jackson County,
69Kmiles,$6,995 92 Excellent white windshield & years 229-758-3146Only used for229- V-adcab, s ed Jackson County Pur-for those purpose 0000-0120-0000 Service Building
obo.334-6715051 r326 334-714-1110 400-5184 turbo dies seeking QualDeartment amending or ado a- Board Room, Chipola
$23400.334-797-5051-8789 Honda 06' Rebel Solid 2WSell 7,290OBODeard shifted 790 rough runs good! 70K cab$7250.ns. $7500 00 cab 4OBO, 156K spatd to th Re'Jack- ing the follow, 6/24/10 th College, 3094 Indian
ncoln '07 MKZ, white windshield & - 20 Hpe w , 450. 334-701-92,07 iles, uo added, quest for Bids for an- set forth above.r
LHonda '07 Odyssey avemessage'06 CTX 1300: Man & Woman Jack- 300 Loader w/Dump h " aUtn. $0- nu unty'Adminc ors I cmy
Van. 1 owner. Cruiser Like New etselmetsavailfor bucket,BushHo, ORnew05F Lariat, traction building 264 the provisions Florida 32446 for a

















Anc20n 1 Town2rl actual miles, Jeep Wrager '5 or NeE crou303 XRoad0&3r Oom f t e d
packed plEx. Cond. NADA 4200 miles5900 saddle AM/FM/334-414-3551 Grader &Tlr. $ . O . i~l, $29,500 334- at 9:AM so. J s street, Ma contrling a regular board meet-
Gdi 0 u electors item, 1 ,Two post Tractor. codi2.14,200. following tem or PROPOSED P on the purchase of
GI V6, 6 spd manual, condition. $5,800. 2360 hrs. $20,000 Chevy00' Blazer. (334)464-7573 items: - AMENDMENT the following dascri-
Sowner, 102k miles, American334-618-7525 334-798-2337 white runs ood. Jackson Count Dis- ed property located
17" alloy wheels, '06, Texas Chopper Yamaha "99 XVSl0o - over r00n aihles ",D NUMBER: 0910.26 trict Schools WellH in Jackson, County,
vinyls, and body kit. elec. blue w/spider 42K mi. Travel Trailer, good o k - Appro- Florida, to wit:
$5,500. 334-790-6146.street legal. $500.2.20. 3 91pr
Magnu P Ferrari 334-770 OBO4-25234-7261215 or d.750. 334-618- r4- NAME: ANNUALval of pro
Jaguar 02 XrType &S, fullycustom- Cruiser Like New 334-477-3152 PAVING AND MtSCEL-amnded wellne ct property
DR Low Miles, izedgarage show 4200 UTILITY cargo trailer - LANEOUS WORK location- 312 Co-



















$16,9 Call 50 IAuto HALke DVDS0 N
334-671-7720334-806-1322 '02 Fatboy with lotsScooters/Mopeds Dolittle 2007, 20' ITEMS www.jcsb.orgege eet, Marian-
Mercedes '73 450 S $0,500. 334-445-03excellent-2713 1999 Bazer Looksost to agency:a, Jackson County,










Convertible Harley Davidson 03' Hona - 06 TX od Runs Florida - N-10
(hard/softtcher334-791-8243 Dit Bike onda Hoda Rebel Solid ition, has sat foSofta2 Jackson Coun to1300C Charcothoseal affected:0000-color.012 00.
Lexus 06' GS300 load CRF70 Excellent white windshield & years. Only used for .-8. Full, Loaded,
ed, rcpowe '06 Grand 1550cc, 11,400K m. ride.bas 260 mi. 3000 miles. $5,500. HVY' ilera 56K Mil, ue d of CountyNone. Impact on
roof, air & heated 334-798-2337 335 $2200. OBO 334-886- OBO 334-791-6955 :, V-8, 4X4, 266K miles, $21500334-687:4686 Commissioners is open market: None. All interested parties






















Mar GS, loaded $13,500 080 334-793- story. The fires are in 1999 Blazer Tracker
leath, ier eats ne 3326334-714-111 6328/334-793-6241 od s fullyhape. ov- 4x4. silver, grey cloth
treats, verycleana 01x- Harley Davidson 03' t07150upercontractors' o re- thorization: Lee W. theircommentsat

cellent cond. $12,900 VROD, low minshield & 20 Hp, like new 334-687-3207 exc 5100, $5,900iles, ar stully loaded, questfor Bidsfor an- set forthwith poabove.










850-482-8416 cond $8,500. (850)766-7112 jack. $3000 080.6,90, nual nit price'work IF REQUESTED,
Light tan w/bege i350Z 334-794-266$2500. OBO 334-886- Scooter 334-886-3154, 2000 Avail 334-790-
Roseatster334 miles. Like new. 5628ormail334828-1325 door WD bid.334-798-9131 HELD:























owner O22.570. 3342010
airbags 37k san mi NA- HONDA'06 Shadw' lack tnneaucver DutV- CrewCab a, 2DATE:August 17
DA $21,175 se ll for edY 32k mi. HarleyPRE-TIME00 P.M. Cen-'06
$170,900 850-814-01552994ill trade for Utility 334-6 3333 Tn;30000334-688- Heritaheld at theSofaacksonPLACE: B o a r d












Nissan '07 Altima, 4,000cu miles,dotf50e 20-04 Jeep Grangdrn . I
convince Pkg, Sun- Cherokee. SpecialChe 72' Fleetideounty Rod &room of the School OUT
caroof, Alloy Wheelslver, low229er, -334-8520Vance& Edition. ler X factory3073etall-sic 67K FOR67F-3505.9L idge Department Board of Jackson
Pushexchrome-up, SScarbs, Hond 100 aut originaStartmiles. y DSLCewCabSOK at 2828 ens Steet County, 2903 Jeffer- Lether.
pack cd player, xm screaming eagle 5970 milessaddlesA2meM4CDo eaw
radio. $7,900. e miles, new tir34-792-5578 695-7769, 695z7770334- at15,92010.- FL 32446
334-618-1594-6233 Hines500 334-65-3744 pipes . Power pt. s.8557

























Pontiac$7 G6 G3 Garagelkept e Hoond 07 Shadw Sunroof. 95rtybo
SHARP, Sunroof $200 $10,79' col- custom seat, $5400 0157 ,
lectors item; cy002,2 OBO 33 hyrchrr miles, new tires,
stroke scooter,0 36330 panoramic sunroof,
orange, exc cond,
street legal. $500. M
Magnum PI Ferrari 334-774-2521 or 334-
























Pontiac '07 Soltise _302_858123E , ext. service til Sept.
308. GTS Mere, 774-2773 after 5pr
16,999oadster GXP CSIAuto HARLEY DAVIDSON18,200.334-798-1618
334-671-7720 '02 Fatboy with lots
or 334-714-2700 of Chrome, Black, es, B k hite Cheolet '
Mercedes '73 450 SL 4-$10681250 352-303-2713 19Good ond., electric Avalanche LT, Super
Convertible G-6 GT- 06 VTXeed Goodnice, Runs Good.
(hard/soft top) Softal duece 100thloaded, gar. 334- 1300C Chrcoal color.3000. 334798-91-4243
kept. $17,500 . OBO 904ing Bike runs and looks
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4545 '08 1200 Sportster
Toyota05'Prius43K Custom, 108 miles Honda VTX 07' 1300R C .et'09 HHR LS,
miles, light blue in , cusotm rear view loaded, 27,000 miles,
miles light blue in warranty, Like new. mirrors, vance & Automatic, 4 cyl.,
color good cond. 49 $8,000, obo702-4778 hines pipes $6500. Excellentl $10,700.
14500. 334-596-4902 792-1489 6180031 334-790-7959
Black, 53, Exl. Cond, Kawasaki 05' KX65 Chevy 03" Tahoe
GPS, backup camera, Monster graphics pro 162K mi. Fully loaded,
JBL sound, tint, great circuit pire V/force exc, cond. blue,
as rirleage,trans- reeds super last ab- leather int. $9,000.
erable warranty, solute mint cond. 334-794-9135.
new tires asking 5. dson334-7M97.96
$16,900. OBO Harley IDavidsan '08 8li I ,
-$16,900. 0 9 Ultra Classic Scream - Kawasaki '06 KLR
Call 334-470-3292 ing Eagle Anniversa 650, new tires &
Toyota '07 Yaris, less Ed. Very low miles brakes, great condi-
than 40 k miles, un- $29000 334-685-0380 tion, 5k miles. $3500
der warranty. $9,000. OBO or trade for
0.334-806-88980. Harley Davidson 1986 good sportsman 4- Ce,
OBO334806-9706-8898 or FLTC w/ side car. wheeler. 850-592- Chevy B05 Ta7ce, =
exc. cond. $10,500. 3287 49,100 mi, leather,
Toyota '07 Yaris, less OBO 334-794-2665 or
than 40 k miles,,un- 334-805-0810 Kawasaki '09 KXF250 new tires, power,
by 8PM, 2 very nice. $18,995
der warranty. $9,000. Motor by BPM, 2 Whitni 0-579 4694
OBO. 334-806-8898 or brothers perform-
806-9706 ance pipe. Very fast Chevy '07 Trailblazer,
bike for the motor- Nice Family SUV
Tyota Camryt'07 crossing extremist Lgaded $300 Down
Solara V-6 sport con- 334-726-3842 $300 mo. Call Steve
vertible 48K mi. 6 yr. Hatcher 334-791-8243
100K mi. bumper to Red Kawasaki 09' Hatcher 334-791-8243
bumper warr., new Har eyDavidson 989 Ninja Like New 250R GMC '00 Jimmy,
tires $15,000. Firm Softail Springer High- w/jacket ,500. mi. great cond., $4200
334-588-0201 dr ly Customized Asking $3,995. 334-692-3211 OBO 850-526-2491
575-921-1595 $13K 334-677-5930 Leave Message ask for Tom
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