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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:
Copyright Date:
2010
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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Volume 87- Number 130"
S.County FCAT scores in. THURSDAY


County FCAT scores in at last


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
After a frustrating wait, FCAT
scores are finally in following a
month-long delay. However,
individual student score reports
are still unavailable, and won't be
in until next week.
Jackson County School Board
officials received the scores
Monday evening around 7 p.m.
and distributed them to school
administrators.
The score reports received,
while they list each student's
scores, are basically reports that
compile the data for adininistra-
tors to chart progress.. Each
school's scores are compared to
state averages, as "ell as other
schools around the state.
According to Shirl Williams of
the Jackson Count' school- dis-
trict, the, scores are also broken
down by subject and grade. to
show administrators progress b\
grade from the previous year.
The scores are also used in the
state's formula to determine indi-
vidual school grades. Williams
said those school grades won't be
in until later this month. High
schools won't receive their grade
from the state until the end of.
November, due to the extra for-
mula components such as dual
enrollnieit. she said.
Across the state, averages in
math and reading scores in both
'middle and high schools showed


Staff members gather at the Jackson County School Board as FCAT scores are released.
--Contributed photo


gains, while lower grades saw
some decline, Willjams said..
"But overall. I think we were
all just happy to get the scores
in," she, said. "We had nearly
every administrator from the'


county here at the district office
Monday after hours, looking over
their scores. It was great seeing
them all here excited .to see
results."
Williams said individual, stu-


dent scores will be available to
parents the week of July 6.
"We plan to hold a principals
meeting Thursday evening to dis-
See FCAT, Page 3A >


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Attorney General's office
said Wednesday that a Sunland
employee was arrested and&
charged with the abuse of an eld-
erly or disabled adult at the facili-
ty for mentally retarded residents.
Howard Early McKinnie, 56,
wvas booked on the third-degree
felony charge Wednesday after-
noon.
According to a iress release
from the office of Attorney
General Bill McCollm,
McKinnie is accused of allegedly
striking a disabled, male resident
several times, while the 48-year-
old victim satin a wheelchair in
the Adams House residential
unit.
A worker with A private com-
pany reported the matter, saying
he witnessed the incident while
he was at Sunland helping to
install a sprinkler system.
S The. eyewitness said he was
working inside a storage closet
with the door ajar, when he heard
1y McKinnie speaking in -an angry
in tone to the resident on or around
Feb. 22 of this year. '
- The witness said he then
stepped down' off a ladder and
ft allegedly saw McKinnie hit the


Firefighters workto extinguish a structure fire on Highway 73 near Magnolia Road Wednesda
The structure was under demolition, and what remains is a.tofti loss. -Mark Skinner/Florida



Register thief charged with grand the


STAFF REPORT
MVarianna resident Ronald Grant. was
arrested Tuesday after allegedly snatching
more than $500 from the -cash register at
Champion Motorspbrts while, employees
were preoccupied.
According to a company spokesman, the
22-year-old !was wandering around the
store. While employees were in 'the back
working on a motorcycle, Grant allegedly
went for the.cash.
."He just leaned over, hit the button on the reg
ter and tried to run out with the money,"
spokesman said. "He thought we weren't watch:
but he didn't make it out the door before we cau
him and.recovered the money." "


Python prohibitior
BY BILL KACZOR scie
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER uati
pro
TALLAHASSEE - A python prohibi- to p
tion, bong ban, horse thievery- crackdown It
and no-limit poker games are included in own
some of about 140 new laws going on the exo
books Thursday in Florida along with the ture
state's new $70.4 billion budget. own
A couple major education laws also will ogy
go into effect. One will add more math and nati


Ex-Sunland employee

faces abuse charge


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,The spokesman said that aftef recovering
the money, employees stood with Grant in
the parking lot waiting for the police to
arrive.,
According to a press 'release from the
Marianna Police Department, Grant took
off running before officers arrived.
An employee observed him running
Ronald south, toward Barnes Tire. A witness told
Grant officers that: a male matching Grant's
* description ran into Barnes Tire.
Officers located Grant hiding in the bathroom at
is- . the tire store. They were. able to take him into cus-
the tody without incident.
ng, Grant was arrested and charged with grand theft.
ght He was transported to Jackson County Correctional
and awaits first appearance.


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victim twice in the jaw with a
.closed fist, and slap him once on
top of the head.
The victim' was groaning and
tried to defend himself by raising
his arms up in front of him as he
was being struck, according to
the witness'
The . incident allegedly
occurred in the TV room of the
residential unit around lunch
time.
The victim is described in the
affidavit as suffering from a num-
ber of-disabilities, including men-
tal retardation, 'mild. cerebral
palsy, degenerative joint disease,
severe glaucoma in his right eye,
necrotizing pneumonia and sev-
.eral other ailments.
According to the affidavit for
McKinnie's arrest, he normally
worked in the campus Learning
Center next to the Adams House,
but would come over'to help with
residents at lunch.
McKinnie was initially
removed from direct client care
and put to work in the kitchen
after the, allegation was reported.
The reporting individual came
back to the facility 22 days later
and identified McKinnie. as the'
responsible party.
McKinnie has been -fired from
his job at Sunland.


Police seek purse snatchers


STAFF REPORT
The ,Marianna Police,
Department is still looking for two
suspects in a purse snatching that,
happened Tuesday at the intersec-
tion of Wynn Road and Dial Street.
According to a press release
from Marianna police, the victim
stated they had been flagged.
down by two males, one white
and one black.
\Vhen the passenger rolled'
down the window to see if the
tn o needed help, one of the: sub- '


education changes among n
requirements for high school grad- "We don't need any more. snakes, espe-,
Another will expand a voucher cially ones that can grow over 20 feet long,
a that lets low-income students go weigh hundreds of pounds and-eat 'almost
te schools at public expense. anything they encounter," said the law's
l become illegal.for individuals to sponsor, Sen.. Eleanor Sobel, D-
rmese pythons and six other large, 'Hollywood.
eptile species. Many of the crea- In rare instances, the victims include
ve escaped or been set loose by pet people. A pet Burmese python last year
and that's upsetting Florida's ecol- squeezed a 2-year-old girl to death at her
they 'prey almost unchecked on home in Oxford, Fla. * -
irds and animals. Owners, who obtained their slithery, pets


jects allegedly reached in and
grabbed apurse that was on the
passenger's lap.
The release states the subjects
then ran south on Wynn Road,
and the victims notified police.
There are no further details
regarding the incident at this
time, and the investigation con-
tinues.
If anyone has any information
about this incident, contact the
Marianna Police Department at
526-3125 or CrimeStoppers at
526-5000.


ew Florida laws
.before Thursday, though, can keep them.
The new law also enhances the state's abil-
ity to prevent Internet sales of banned
wildlife and increases penalties for viola-
tions.
The ban applies as well to reticulated,
northern African, southern African and
Amethystine pythons, green anacondas
and Nile monitor lizards, but the main
See LAWS, Page 3A >


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Community Calendar,*


, July 1 - Thursday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce,is sold
out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in the
Jackson, County Courthouse parking lot. The
state certified farmers' market accepts
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile. unit will be at Marianna Twin
Cinema, 10a..: to 5 p.m. for its "The Twilight
Saga: Eclipse" blood drive. The first 20 blood
donors get a free "Eclipse" movie ticket and
commemorative t-shirt. The Commercial Park
Drive center is closed,today. Call 526-4403.
* Jackson County Public Library's Summer
Reading Program is 10-11 a.m. (preschool
age), a'nd 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 sto-
ries, 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 4294 Third,
Avenue, Marianna. Proceeds benefit residents.
of the Center.
* Jackson County School Board convenes a
special meeting, 4 p.m. Call 482-1200.
* Jackson County Quilters' Guild Alford Sit-;
n-Sew' is the first and third Thursdays of the'
month, 6-8 p.m. at the American Legion Hall,
Alford. Anyone interested in quilting, 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 rocks-and
modern country from Chester Curve, 7-9:30
p.m. at Citizens Lodge Park .in Marianna.
Admission is free. Bring lawn chairs, blankets
and enjoy the free outdoor concert.
*,* Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
sion), 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room. Attendance limited to persons with a
desire to stop drinking.
* 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.

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 County 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. concert on the front
steps of the Jackson County Court House in
downtown Marianna, in celebration 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 OrangeStreet. 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.; meeting, 7 p.m. Child care
available. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia-St., Marianna, in the AA room.


June 20.. Entry fee for family/friends/other
'spectators: $2. Awards ceremony begins at
10:15 a.m. E-mail fstl@bellsouth.net.
* Jackson County Public Library's Summer,
Reading Program is 9:30-10:30 a.m. (preschool
age), and 10:30-11:30 a.m. (school age) in. the
'Bascom Community Center; and 2-3 p,m. (pre-
school age), and 3:15-4:15 p.m. (school age) in
the Greenwood City Hall. Hear stories, make
crafts, earn prizes, books by reading/being read
to. Call 482-9631 for reservations.
* Today is the application deadline for
Chipola College Fall 2010 classes, Applications
for admission are available in the Admissions
Office in the Student Servibe Building or online
at www.chipola.edu. Call 718-2284.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.


July 3 - Saturday
* The Jackson County..Farmers' Market is July 6 - Tuesday
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold * The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in the open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold
Jackson County Courthouse parking lot. The out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in the
state certified farmers' market accepts Jackson County Courthouse parking .lot. The
FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.' state certified farmers' market accepts
* Chief. Financial, Officer of. Florida ,and FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
SDemocratic candidate for governor Alex Sink .' * St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave. in
will be in Marianna for a meet-arid-greet, 3:30 Marianna, is having its "After July 4th Blow-
pm..at Jim's Buffet And Grill. . ' out Sale," July 6, 8, 13 and 15. Clothing only,
* The Gilmore Academy and Jackson County- 'buy one at regular price,, get second (equal or
Training School,reunion is July 1-4. Call 482- lesser value) for half-price, and the third one
7497.; ., i. free. Call 482-3734.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting)� .' * Jackson County Public Library's Summer
4:30-5:30 p.m. 'at First United Methodist Reading Program is 10-11 a.m. preschool�
Chiurch,'Vlarianna, iri the AA room. ; ' age), and 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.' (school age)
* The Harmony Masonic Lodge hosts.a fish in the Citizens Lodge, Marianna; and 2-3 p.m.
fry and sing featuring.-the Front Porch Pickers, (preschool age),, and 3:15-4:15 p.m. (school
6 p.m. Tickets: $6 dorlation per plate, or six for age) in the Malone City Hall; Hear stories,
$25. Call 526-9516. ' , ' - ..make crafts, earn.'prizes, books by reading or
S.being read to. Call 482-9631 for reservations.
July 4 - Sunday * Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
* The Gilmore Academy and Jackson County every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in Jim's
Training School reunion is July 1-4. Call 482- Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
7497. * Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
* A July 4th Family Celebration, presented by cheting or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
the Orange,Hill Volunteer Fire Department and Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
the Cypress Hill Community Church, starts at 5 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
p.m. at the fire department at County Roads * Jackson County Quilters Guild Marianna
273-and 276, Chipley. Tyndall AFB fly-over Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m. in First United
scheduled for 6 p.m.; fireworks at 9 p.m. Kids' Methodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton Street,
activities, food, gospel music and more. Free behind the post'office. Call 272-7068.
admission. Bring lawn chairs, blankets. No * Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
coolers or alcohol allowed. Call 850-260-2687 9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
or 850-814-5937. 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
* The Childbirth Education Class series
July 5 - Monday begins Tuesday, July 6, 5:30-8:30 p.m. and
* The 25th annual Freedom Springs Triathlon continues each Tuesday through July 27, in the'
(adult/kids swim-bike-run event) .at Blue Jackso'n Hospital ground-floor classroom,
Springs Recreation Park, 5461 Blue Springs Marianna. Husbands/other supporters invited.
Road in Marianna, begins with the adult swim Bring a pillow. Materials, snacks provided.
-at/7 a.m.; kids race at 8:45 a.m. Athletes, there Curriculum by county health department staff.
is no race-day registration. Registration closed No cost. Call 526-2412, ext. 162.


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 Poli.ce
Department listed the
following incidents for
June 29, the latest iavail-
able report: One hit and
run vehicle, one accident
without injury, one acci-
dent with injury, one sus-
picious vehicle, three sus-
picious persons, one
funeral escort, one physi-
cal disturbance, one rob-
bery, one burglar alarm,
six traffic stops, one lar-
ceny complaint, two fol-
low-up investigations,
one assault, one fight in
progress, two animal
complaints, one. assist of
other agency and three
public service calls.


JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and
Jackson Fire Rescue list-
ed the following incidents
for .June 29, the latest
available report: One
. , - dead per-
, son, four
o ". abandoned
:vehicles,
,_ Three suspi-
cious vehi-
cles, one suspicious inci-
dent, one suspicious per-
son, one mental illness
case, one burglary, two
physical disturbances,
one prowler, one power
line down, 23 medical
calls, four burglar alarms,


one power line down, 17
traffic stops, two larceny
complaints, six papers
served, one civil dispute,
one trespassing com-
plaint, two juvenile com-
plaints, two assaults, one
animal complaint, five
public service calls and
two transports.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into. the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
- David Murphy, 45,
3731 Second St.,
Marianna, D.U.I.
- Rodney Keene, 32,.


2317 Dancing Dots Lane,
Cottondale, felony battery.
- Michael Lawrence,
26, 4114 Cedar St.,
Marianna, driving while
license suspended or
revoked, leaving the
scene of an accident with
property damage.
- Shantel Lawrence,
23, 3070 Carters Mill
Road, Marianna, no valid
driver's license.
- Gary Daniels, 62,
3070 Claudia Lane,
Marianna, driving while
license suspended or
revoked (habitual offend-
er).
- Bruce Broomal, 52,
615 Morgan Loop,
Chattahoochee, failure to


return rental property.
- Kenneth Bush, 24,
864 Saint Rose St., Grand
Ridge, . trespassing,
domestic assault, battery.
- Neil Sanchez, 23,
4466 Fairfax Road,
Marianna, no driver's
license.
- Virgil Johnson, 20,
2828 Barnes St.,
Marianna, violation of
conditional release.

JAIL POPULATION: 255

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


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Missouri jury convicts Fields for murder


By DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

Jackson County Sheriff Lou
Roberts and two other county
residents were key figures for
Missouri prosecutors in the
murder trial of former Jackson
County resident Tausha Fields.
A jury in Columbia, Mo.,
returned guilty verdicts


Tuesday night against
Fields for first degree
murder and armed crim-
inal action..
Roberts -said he hopes
the convictions will
bring some closure for
the family of victim
Mitchell Wayne Kemp.
Fields was married to
him when. he disap-


peared in 2004.
Fields was the
Accused "mastermind"
of a plot to kill him. It
turns out she was also
married to the trigger
man, Gregory W.
Morton, who eventually
Tausha confessed to killing
Fields Kemp. He testified at
Fields' trial that she had


tricked him into doing it.
Roberts started looking into,
Fields' past back in 2007. He
got on her trail because of a tip
from her boyfriend, Greenwood
resident Rodney Dewayne
Barrentine.
Roberts said Wednesday he
believed Barrentine was the
"catalyst" that set the entire case
in motion.


Barrentine, in turn, said it was
Fields' former boyfriend Keith
Jones who provided the unset-
tling information that made him
contact Roberts in the first
place.
In fact, without all three men,
Missouri might never have had a
case against Fields.
See Sunday's edition for a full
story on this case.


Victory retires, earns third Meritorious Service Medal


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Air Force Master Sgt.
Mercedes A. Victory has
retired from the Air Force
after more than 22 years of
faithful, and honorable mil-
itary service to the nation.
She was decorated with her
third Meritorious Service
Medal during the retire-
ment ceremony.
Prior to retiring, Victory
served as the Air Force
Education and Training
manager assigned to the
12th Flying Training Wing
at, Randolph. Air Force
Base, near San Antonio,
'Texas:. She was responsible
for developing and imple-
menting education and
training policies and proce-
dures in support of more
than 500,000 active duty,
National Guard and
Reserve members. As a
subject matter expert, she
provided concise profes-
sional and technical expert-
ise-guidancq to all levels
on upgrade and qualifica-
tion training. She super-
vised management of the
Oracle Training


Master Sgt. Mercedes Victory


Administration and On-
The-Job Training 'Program
for the Air Force ..
Victory enlisted in the
Air.Force in October 1987,


completed basic military
training, and received tech-
nical training to be an air-
craft maintenance special-
ist. She served for three


years as a C-130 transp t
aircraft crew chief at Dyess
Air Force Base, Texas, and
then retrained into the edu-
cation and training career
field. Her extent of training
experience spans assign-
ments at unit, base, mainte-
nance, and headquarters
level, and held 10 job posi-
tions in seven assignments.
Her assignments included
duty at Lajes Field, Azores,
Portugal, Travis Air Force
Base, Calif., and Shaw Ai-
Force Base, S.C. ..
Her other major military
decorations include five
Air Force Commendation
Medals, and other recogni-
tion accolades include
Headquarters Air.
Education and Training
Command Superior
Performer, Outstanding
P e r f o r me r,
Noncommissioned Officer
of the Year. Education and
Training Manager of the
Year, Outstanding
Performer Reception.
Staging ' Onward
Movement and Integration,
and' Air Force Personnel,
Center Training Manager


Census follow-up in Jackson County begins


STAFF REPORT

The 2010 U.S. Census has entered
a new follow' up phase, how that the
initial count hasbeen completed.
Over the next few weeks, census
workers will be contacting house-
holds for clarification that may be
needed in the wake of the first count.
The follow up runs through August.
Some people may get telephone
calls from census workers to clarify


unclear answers about the number of
people, living in the household. -
Census workers will 'also be sent
out to verify, in cases where the initial
census-taker listed an address as
unoccupied. ,;
Workers will also be sent to loca-
tions where addresses given in the
field don't match .anything in the
Census Bureau's' data base.
The workers will have badges, and
will not ask for sensitive information


such: as Social Security numbers or,
,other personal information.
The census will be used to help
determine how many U.S. representa-
tives the individual states ard entitled
to in Congress.
It is also used in determining other
kir)ds of entitlements, including fed-
eral funding allocations, and is used
in some cases to help support grant
applications and other requests for
assistance in community projects.


FCAT Continued from Page 1A

cuss the distribution method of the James "Petey" Sims, principal of Riverside Elementary in Marianna,
scores to parents," Williams said' Gracevill Elementary, said he saw said he also saw =basically the same
Wednesday. "Right now, it's up to some "pignificait' gains" in fifth scores as last year.
each individual school. But we may grade science this year compared to "We. had some improvements this
decide. to just mail them all out. last. year in certain areas, and had other
However, parents may need to come. "Science was our biggest area of areas still needing work," Ellerbee
pickup the scores if a school decides improvement, which is great," he said Wednesday. "We have had some
not to mail them. All that will be said. "We also went up a little in fifth areas which have consistently needed
answered (Thursday)." grade math, and down a little in fifth ,improvement over the years that we
When asked about the district's grade reading." have been working on. But overall,
overall performance, Williams said Sims reported that overall fourth I'm pleased with our scores."
she was pleased with the progress. -grade scores went down slightly from District administrators will spend
"It's still a little early to tell how the year before, but third and fifth their time this week analyzing the
we stand against the state averages, grade scores went up. scores and reviewing the schools
because we have yet to fully analyze "We had many ups and downs," he individual progress.
all the data," she said. "However, we said.' "For the most part we evened -Williams said district officials will
seemed to have held our own again out with: last year and. did well, so I be alerting parents about the distribu-
and measured up, just as we did last am pleased." , . tion of individual student scores later
year." - John Ellerbee, principal of this week or early next week.


Law s Continued From Page 1A
but sme crtics ay i's o


focu .is on Burmese
pythons.
Estimates of their pres-
ence in the wild have
ranged as high as 100,000,
but the state's first python.
hunting season ended in
April without a 'single
snake reported caught.
'Conservation officials said
unseasonably cold weather,
instead, may have killed up
to half the pythons.
Another new law was
passed in response to an
uptick in horse thievery
supplying a South Florida
black market with the ten-
der, low-fat meat that sells
for up to $40 a pound.
Existing law bars the sale
of horse meat for human
consumption unless clearly
stamped, marked and
described as being for that
purpose. The new statute
\ adds prohibitions against
transporting, distributing
and purchasing meat with-
out such markings. It also
includes a minimum
mandatory penalty of a
� year in jail'and $3,500 fine
and increases the maxi-
mum to five years in prison
and a $5,000 fine.
"In the Old West, they
used to hang horse thieves,"
said state Rep. Luis Garcia,
a Miami Democrat who
sponsored the law. "We no
longer practice vigilante
justice, nor am I advocating
as such, but I will not sit
back any longer and let this
horrendous crime of illegal
horse slaughter continue."
Selling various pipes,
some also known as bongs,
that can be used to smoke
illegal as well as legal sub-


stances will be banned in
Florida except at stores that
mostly sell tobacco. Even'
before going into effect,
though, the "bong bill"
drew a legal challenge from
26 specialty stores, often
called "head shops," from
across the'state.
Their June 18 suit filed
in Tampa claims the law
unconstitutionally singles
them out 'and cannot be
validly enforced because
it lacks :provisions for
determining how much
tobacco a store sells in a
year. Businesses are'
exempt if they get at least
75 percent of their gross
sales from tobacco items
and no more than 25 per-
cent from the otherwise
banned items. Violators
could face up to a year in
jail.
Lifting a maximum $100
buy-in for cash games at
state-sanctioned poker
rooms is expected to attract
professional gamblers and
televised tournaments to
Florida. High-stakes games
will become legal at 23
poker rooms run by horse
and dog tracks and jai alai
frontons. The new law also
will let the Seminole Tribe
lift limits at its seven casi-
nos.
The new budget increas-
es spending for the first
time in four economically
challenging years but still
includes cuts in many areas
and is propped up with $2.3
billion in federal stimulus
money.
Some of the graduation
requirements that become
law Thursday won't go into
\


effect for. years.
Requirements for .geome-
try, algebra II, biology,
chemistry and physics are
being phased from this fall
through 2014 for entering
freshmen.
The law also will elimi-
nate the much-maligned
Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test, or FCAT,
for high school math and
. science and replace it with
end-of-course exams.
Also going into effect is
a law requiring middle
school students to take
civics. * Another will bar
schools from infringing on
the religious freedom of
students, staff and teachers,


but some critics say its not
needed because that's
already the law.
New criminal laws. will
require background checks
of youth sports coaches,
mandate tracking of over-
the-counter sales of
,ephedrine, which can be
used to make methamphet-
amine, and lift statutes of
limitation in criminal and
civil sex abuse cases
involving minors.
Other new laws will set
safety standards.for toma-
toes in the wake-of a false
salmonella scare and make
it harder to win slip-and-
fall lawsuits 'against busi-
niesses.


of the Year.
Victory comes from a
family whose members
have served or serve in the
military. Her father, the late
Richard A. Tabor, retired as
a senior master sergeant
after 27 years of combined
service in the Navy and Air
Force. Her sister, Michele
M. Tabor, is a former Army
captain who served as a
helicopter pilot and intelli-
gence officer with 10 years
of service, and is currently
a flight instructor for heli-
copter pilots. Her -brother,
Michael , L. Tabor, 'is a
retired Navy petty officer
first class who has served
as aviation electrician, air
warfare, and naval air crew
flight engineer. He current-
ly works for Homeland
.Security at the operations
center in Jacksonville, as a
training officer and flight
engineer. He has served in


the military for more than
20 years.
Victory is the daughter of
Monika A. Tabor of
Marianna. Her mother has.
been the commander-in-
chief of the family for more
than 50 years.
The 'master sergeant
graduated in 1982 from
Malone High School, and
in 1999 and 2000 received
associate degrees from the
:Community College of the
Air Force, Maxwell Air
Force Base, Ala., and
Solano ' Community
College, Suisun, Calif.,
respectively. .Victory
earned master's degrees in
2009 and 2010 from
Webster University, St.
Louis, Mo.
After retiring, she will
relocate to Corpus Christi,
Texas, to enjoy the out-
doors, antiquing and -fish-
ing.


'Eclipse' blood drive at

Marianna Twin today


First 20 donors get
free ticket, T-shirt
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
As "The Twilight Saga::
Eclipse" opens in theaters,
Southeastern 'Community
Blood Center is out for
blood, commemorating the
premier of the much-antici-
pated vampire movie.
i. For those going to the red
carpet opening of "Eclipse"
in Marianna, the SCBC
bloodmobile will be parked
at Marianna Twin Cinema,
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today.
The first 20 donors who
give at the Marianna Twin
Cinema bloodmobile drive
will get a free "Eclipse"
movie ticket in addition to a
souvenir T-shirt.
Those .who want to give
blood on the "Eclipse"
bloodmobile drive should
plan on arriving at the the-
ater at least an houi before
the start time for the film,
or allow an hour following


the film for the donation.
SCBC planned , the
"Eclipse" blood drive to
prepare for the July 4th
holiday, a time when the
blood supply can take a hit.
Currently, blood types 0
positive, 0 negative, A neg-
ative and B negative are at
the lowest levels, but all
types are needed.
To be a donor, individu-
als must be-in good health,
at least 17 (16-with a par-
ent's permission) and
'weigh at least 110 pounds.
Bring a photo ID when
donating.
All SCBC locations are
open Monday to Friday, 9
a.m. to 6 p.m.; however, the
Marianna branch on
Commercial Park Drive
will be closed Thursday
while staff members man
the "Eclipse" blood drive at'
Marianna Twin Cinema.
For more information,
contact'SCBC at 526-4403,
or visit its website at
www.scbcinfo.org.


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Marianna, FL 32446
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Charles B.
Neff Jr.


Charles B. Neff Jr., 40, of
Bascom died Monday, June
28,2010, in Dothan, Ala.
A native of Texarkana,
Texas, Charles had resided
in Jackson County for
many years. He was a re-
tired corrections officer
with the state of Florida in
the Jackson County area.
He was an Army veteran, a


member of "Chosen Heirs
Gospel Group" which he
loved to play music with,
and was an avid fan of avia-
tion.
Survivors include his
wife Judy Neff; son Mathew
Giglio and daughter
Deanne Giglio, all of
Bascom; his parents, Don-
na and Charles B. Neff Sr.
of Ashdown, Ark.; two
brothers, Michael W. Neff
and wife Robbinr, of Jack-
sonville, and Robert E. Neff
and wife Kassie, of Texar-
kana, Ark.; and maternal
grandmother, Louise
Falkner of Ashdown, Ark.
The graveside funeral
service with military hon-
ors will be 2:30 p.m. Friday,
July 2, in the Antioch As-
sembly of God Church
Cemetery, Jerry Mills offi-
ciating, James & Sikes Fu-
neral Home Maddox Chap-
el directing.
The family will receive
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Thurs-
day, July 1, at Maddox
Chapel.


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

Hugh Miller
Rawls Sr.

Hugh Miller Rawls 'Sr.,
93, of' Marianna passed
away Friday, June 25, 2010,
after a short illness, in
Palatka.
The funeral service will
be 10 a.m. Thursday, July 1,
at the First United Method-
ist Church, Dr. Bob
McKibben officiating. In-
terment will follow at the
Greenwood Baptist Church
Cemetery, James & Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel directing.


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70,000 turtle eggs whisked far from oil


BY BRIAN SKOLOFF
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

PENSACOLA BEACH - An
effort to save thousands of sea tur-
tle hatchlings from dying in the
oily Gulf of Mexico will begin in
the coming weeks in a desperate
attempt to keep an entire genera-
tion of threatened species from
vanishing.
. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service will coordinate the plan,
which calls for collecting about
70,000 turtle eggs in up to 800
nests buried in the sand across
Florida Panhandle andrid Alabama
beaches. -
It's never been done on such a
massive scale.' Brhtdoing nothing,"
experts say, could lead to unprece-
dented deaths. There are -fears the,
titles would be coated in oil and
poisoned by crude-soaked food.
"This is an extraordinary effort
under extraordinary conditions,,
but if we can save spme of the
hatchlings, it will' be worth it as'
opposed to losing all of them,"
said Chuck Underwood of the


U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
- "We have a much higher degree.
of certainty that if we do nothing
and we allow these turtles to
emerge and go into the Gulf and
into the oil.... that we could in fact
lose most of them, if not all of
them," he added. "There's a
chance of losing a whole genera-
tion." "
'Dozens of workers are fanned
out across the coast marking turtle
nests, most of them threatened
loggerheads; which nest largely
along Florida Panhandle and
Alabama beaches.. :.. ,
In about 10 days, they ,ill
begin the arduous process of exca-
vating the nests, mostly by hand.
The digging must be slo%% and del-
icate - aside from making sure
the shells don't crack, the eggs
cahit be rolled around or reposi-
tioned to protect the embryo
inside. '
Then the eggs will be carefully
placed in specially designed
Styrofoam containers, like cool-
ers, along with sand and mois-
ture to mimic the natural nest.
'-U , ~ ' " '


The containers will then be
trucked about 500 miles east to a
temperature-controlled ware-
house at Florida's Kennedy
Space Center. .
There, the eggs will remain
until hatchlings emerge, and they
will be placed one-by-one on
Florida's east coast, where the tur-
tles' can swim oil-free into the
Atlantic Ocean.
"There's a whole lot of
unknowns in what we're doing,";'
Underwood acknowledged, not-
ing riany of the hatchlings could
die anyway because of the stress-'
ful moving process. . I '."
All of the -sea turtles that ven-
ture into Gulf %aiers have already
suffered because of c mmercial
fishing and .habitat loss.
Endangered Kenip's ridleys,
which are nesting on beaches in
Mexico and Texas, have washed,
up by the dozens dead along Gulf"
beaches since the, April 2'0
Deepwater Horizon rig explosion
that has gushed up to 130 million
gallons of oil into the sea. -
Some of the dead: turtles were


oiled, while others showed no out-
ward signs of crude and are being
tested to determine what killed
them. The Kemp's ridleys aren't
in as immediate of danger because
oil hasn't been washing ashore yet
in their nesting places in the west-
ern Gulf. But some fear those
hatchlings also could eventually
make it into the crude.
Threatened loggerheads, which
are currently being considered for
the added protection of endan-
gered status, also have been found
oiled and dead since the spill start-
ed, along with leatherbacks and
green turtles.
David Godfrey, executive direc-
tor of the Gainesville, Fla.-based
Sea Turtle Conservancy, agrees
'this plan is the only option to save
as many turtles as possible.
He said if left alone, the turtles
twill 'soon,, begin emerging 'from
their nests and heading straight
i' out to sea to feed in masses of oil-
soaked seaweed.
Even more unusual, in a field
that typically! sees division
between government entities and


conservationists, there is agree-
ment on what to do. Ter Shore,
program director with the
California-based Sea Turtle
Restoration Project, said she
thought the plan was good given
the circumstances.
"If those sea turtles swim out to
the Gulf, they're going to face a
massive oil slick which will cause
them to perish or at least signifi-
cantly decrease their chances of
survival," she said.
Godfrey said he agreed with the
strategy and called it' a "pretty
amazing plan" because conserva-
tionists rarely support relocating-s
sea turtle nests. They often push.
'for a change in human behaviors,
such as dimming lights along
beaches at night, to avoid disori-
enting them. .
But no one cap control the oil,
he noted.
"We're talking about allowing
the -entire year's class of hatch-
lings to emerge and swim to their
certain doom, and are we just
going to sit back and let that hap-
pen?" he said. "We just can't."


BP payment letter


angers Fla. officials
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Commission Chairman
S . Grover Robinison IV isn't


PENSACOLA BEACH
- An administrator for BP
- claims says it hasn't reim-
bursed Pensacola leaders for
about $75,000 in expenses
' 'because it doesn't have the
county's phone number.
! A recent letter from the
Delaware-based company
to the county states that the
company doesn't have a
working number for .the
county.
Escanibia County.


happy. .
He says- all communica-
tions between ESIS, a
third-party claims adminis-
trator.for BP, and the coun-
ty are on letterhead with the
county's phone number.
An agent at the 800-num-
.ber listed for ESIS gave
The Associated Press-
another, number to call for
media inquiries. Thatrnum-
ber did not have a working
voice mail system.


; Gulf claims administrator

talks of making 'tough' calls


BY FIEDERIC J. FROMMER
ASSOCIATED PRt--' WRITER


Feinberg was testifying
at the House. Small
Business Committee, his


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administrator of a program the program.
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Congress that some of the .. .


claims he'll be asked to
Decide will involve tough
calls.
! , Rep:. Vern Buchanan, a
Florida Republican, told'
Feinberg he was worried
about hotels and restaurants
on his state's Gulf coast
thatmay have not been hit
by the oil - but are suffer-
ing lost tourism because of,.
public perception.
Feinberg answered that
these are very tough issues
that "we've got to deal.
with." .
He promised to get an
answer on that type of
claim in weeks, not
months. .

Panel ousts8

incumbent,

PSC

,members

BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

TALLAHASSEE - A
state panel has refused even
to- interview two incumbent
Public Service Commission'
members who are seeking
reappointment.
The decision Wednesday
by the PSC Nominating
Council meeting in Tampa
will reject two more of- the
five commissioners who
earlier this year unanimous-
ly rejected big rate increas-
es sought by Florida's
largest power companies.
The Florida Senate previ-
ously refused -to corifirm
two others after they had
been appointed by Gov.
Charlie Crist.
Tuesday's decision
means, Crist cannot reap-
point Chairwoman Nancy
Argenziano , and
Commissioner Nathan Skop
when their terms expire at
the end of the year.
SSkop toldThe Associated.
Press that it was clearly
payback for, their votes
against the rate increases.


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Pirates rally past Tigers


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
SThe Sneads Pirates overcame a 12-3
deficit to rally for a 20-17 win over the
,Graceville Tigers in a summer baseball
game Tuesday night in Graceville.
The Tigers stored eight runs in the first
inning thanks to a bevy of Sneads walks.
Graceville extended the advantage to
12-3 in the third inning before the Pirates
madd their charge.
Sneads trimmed the. deficit to a single
run at 12-11 with an eight-run fifth
inning, then took the lead with two more
runs in the sixth.
The Pirates added seven more runs in
the top of the seventh to make it 17' cbn-
secutive runs.
Graceville answered with two runs in
the seventh and three more in the ninth.
Taylor Woods- was able to come on in
relief for the Pirates and close the game
out.
Aaron Green led the Pirates offensii e-
ly, going 2-for-4 with four RBI, while
Garrett HUTris was 3- lor-4 with two RBI.
. Sneads sent six different pitchers to the
mound., starting with Brandon Moats,
who lasted just the first inning.
Green pitched two innings of relief and
picked up the win.
Clay Jenkins pitched three innings of
. relief for the Tigers to take the loss.
Jenkins was also 3-for-4 at the plate for
Graceville, with Devin Cassid\ going 2-
for-4. . ,
"Just too mahn walks," Graceville
coach Tra\is Miller said after the game.
"We just walked a bunch and made some
errors. but they hit the ball good. It was a
combination of a lot of stuff.
"The\ hit the ball real well, but we did-
n't do a good job of getting outs when we
had the chance. We would've been OK if


A Graceville player slides into secondIbase during a summer baseball game against the Sneads Pirates on Tuesday night in
Graceville. The Pirates won the game 20-17. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


we hadn't had the errors."
Sneads assistant coach Jack Glover,said
he has been impressed with what he has
seen from'his team thus far, especially in
the field.


"I'm happy with the whole summer," he errors with those guys.
said., "We're really playing Lwell. Errors were a big iss
Defensively, when we've got what looks the past two seasons, bi
like next year's starting lineup, we've se esR
played really strong. We've had very few ee RA


ue for the Pirates
ut Glover said he
ALLY, Page 10A -


Bulldogs take two from Pirates


Marianna's Madison Harrell runs to home plate during a
summer baseball game earlier this summer in Marianna. The,
Bulldogs took two wins over the Sneads Pirates on Monday
afternoon in Sneads. - Floridan File Photo


BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School
baseball team took two road
victories over the Sneads
Pirates Monday afternoon.
Game one was a 4-3 win,
followed by a 9-5 win in game
two.
Alex Bigale took the mound


for the Bulldogs and went two
innings, giving up one run on
two hits and two walks, while
striking out five.
Kaidd Golden came on for
two innings, giving up two
runs on one walk, one hit bat-
ter, a hit, and an error commit-
ted behind him.
Jae Elliott closed out the
game, giving up no runs on


one walk, with two strikeouts
in one inning of play.
Marianna scored one run in
the top of the first inning.
Bradly Middleton singled,
then moved to third on passed
balls before scoring on a sin-
gle by Zack Smith.
'Bigale added a single, but
back-to-back outs ended the
inmng with runners in scoring
position. ' ,
Elliott led off with a single
in the, second inning and
moved to third on a one-out
sacrifice by Tyler Hampton.
JT Meadows took one for
the team, but a fly out to right
field ended the game.
Marianna added two runs in
the third inning.
Smith led off with his sec-
ond single of the day and
scored on a triple by Bigale,
who stole home with two outs.
The final Marianna run
came in the fourth inning on. a
one-out single by Hampton,
who moved to third on passed
balls. .
A fly out to center field by
Meadows plated Hampton..
In game two, Seth
Singletary pitched the' first
inning, retiring the side .in
order.
Mason Melvin came on in
the second inning, going an
inning and 2/3 before Heath
Roberts came on with two on
to fan the final batter.
Heath Roberts was relieved
in the fifth inning with one out
by by Walker Roberts, who
' closed out the game.


Heat's Wade eager for free-agent
BY TIM REYNOLDS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "This is a rarity. This


This file photo shows Cleveland Cavaliers for-
ward LeBron James, left, joking with Miami Heat
guard Dwyane Wade in the second quarter dur-
ing an NBA game' in Miami. - Lynne
Sladky/Associated Press


MIAMI - Dwyane Wade now has
his own county.
The Miami Heat will soon learn if
they remain the center of Wade's world.
While hundreds of people yelled for
him at a rally in Miami on Wednesday,
Wade was in Chicago, going through
final preparations for a free agent peri-
od like no other in NBA history. He'll
begin hearing from teams in Thursday's
early hours, with the first wave of meet-
ings expected later that day.
And when Wade spoke Wednesday to
former teammate Alonzo Mourning,
the 2006 NBA finals MVP said he's.
anxious for both the process to begin -
and the process to end, too.
"Very much so," said Mourning, now
a Heat executive. "Very, very much so."
In Miami, taking over the downstairs
of a governmental office complex,
well-wishers waved signs, wrote mes-
sages to Wade on an oversized card and
donned T-shirts with the logo of
Miami-Dade County - which, until
July 8, will be renamed Miami-Wade
County, even with the colors redone to
match the Heat red and black scheme.
T1


doesn't happen, man-, when
you have this level of free
agents available.. There's a
frenzy."

-Alonzo Mourning,'
Former Miami Heat center
Mourning egged on the crowd,
imploring them to chant and scream.
"The best," Mourning promised, "is
yet to come."
That's the same thought going
through the mind of Heat president Pat
Riley, who has waited and planned for
-years for this day.
Riley plann\ed.to make the ceremoni-'
al 12:01 a.m. recruiting call to Wade,
who will automatically become a free
. agent without having to declare his
intention. Riley and other 'members of
the Heat organization departed
Wednesday for California, where the
Heat were expected to try to see Amare
Stoudemire, Carlos Boozer and others
once the free-agent window officially.


process to start
opened. And on Thursday, Riley's pri-
vate jet will almost certainly leave
California for Ohio, where LeBron
James - the headliner of headliners in
this free agent class - is likely to
accept Miami's offer to meet.
It's unknown when Riley will meet
with Chris Bosh, who over the week-
end told The Associated Press that he
has high interest in Miami.
"You have some individuals who
have increased their chances of getting
there and winning it all," Mourning
said. "It's a great opportunity for them
to really dissect what's important in
their lives."
Meanwhile, Wade is expected to
meet with the Knicks and Nets on
Friday, either in New York or Chicago.
Either way, Wade will returft to South
Florida next week.
"This is a rarity," Mourning said.
"This doesn't.happen, man, when you
have this level of free agents available.
There's a frenzy. ... So none of this sur-
prises me at all."
Miami only has two players under
contract for next season at this point,
guard Mario Chalmers and forward
Michael Beasley. They've been work-
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The Marianna Swim Team went to Thomasville, Ga. for the ATAC
2010 Summer Invitational on Saturday. The boys took first overall
with 8,11 points, with the girls taking sixth with 353 points. Combined,
the team-finished third with 1,164 points. Trevor Brogdon took eighth
place (age 11-12 boys), James Clikas fourth (8 and under boys),
Madison Kincaid eighth (11-12 girls), Charles LaFontaine sixth (13-
14 boys), Daniel Marks 11th (13-14 boys), Mathew Pelham fifth (11-
12 boys), Meagan Pelham third (8 and under girls), Calen Sims sec-
ond (10 and under boys);, Kaitlyn Strickland third (6 an.l under girls,
Jeremy Wert thirdI(13-14 boys), Mason Young first (10 and under
boys, Michael Young sixth (11-12 boys), and Taylor Young first (8 and
under boys. Bottom row, from left: Kaycie Riley, Meagan Pelham,
Kaitlyn Strickland, Molli Redmon, and Kelsie Riley Middle: Paige
Redmon, Mason Yopng, Mathew Pelham, Taylor Young, and James
(Jac) Clikas. Top: Charles LaFontaine, Kinsey Register, Michael Young,
Hannah Register, Madison Kincaid, and Trevor Brogdon. -
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HOROSCOPE
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
Keep your hands on the wheel
and don't take anything for grant-
ed when it comes to things that
don't look right. The moment you
relax and glance away, you can
take bets you'll get hit,.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 2?) -
Although you generally are very
careful about what you say when
out in public, this time it will pay
to carefully weigh .your every
word. If you don't, you could
carelessly blurt out a no-no.
- VIRGO.(Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
Generally there is no need to be
on guard, but conditions are now
ripe for a misunderstanding to
occur between you and a.close
friend, with each blaming the
other. Don't let anything become
an issue.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
Show your family, especially your
mate, the same tolerance and
,'appreciation you display to
friends. You could inadvertently
make a loved one feel insignifi-
cant by your behavior or actions.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
- Don't make, everybody- feel
bad by openly worrying about
jobs you believe you're neglect-
ing in order to be with them. If it's
important, take care of duty first
and then join the others.
. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) - You'll have a much better
time when you're out with friends
if you practice moderation in all
you do, especially when partak-'
ing in thegood things in life, such
as food and libation.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) - If you unexpectedly feel
like making some improvements
around the house, be careful you
don't take on anything you can't
finish. -Left undone it ,might
become an eyesore until you can
get back to it.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
- Volatile topics could quickly
arise if you're not careful to "avoid
them. Remember, both discus-
sions of religion and politics can
easily erupt into full-blown argu-
ments.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- Just because you're reason-
ably good in managing your own
affairs doesn't mean you are
equally adept at handling those of
others. Be smart and mind your
own business, even if asked.
ARIES (March 21-April 19)-
Whether it is a personal matter or
one of business, it wouldn't be
wise to discuss an issue in front
of others. It could either bore
them to tears or inform them of
things that they shouldn't be
aware of.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20)-
.You can do well at work as long-
as you don't make any unreason-
able demands on co-workers or
nitpick'their work. Handle mat-
ters without' prejudice or com-
plaints.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
When at a social gathering, don't
try to steal the show or be some-
one or something you're not.
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sion being a good listenir and a
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is upset with me, but nothing helps. They are
unappreciative and�ungrateful. Was I obligated

' to throw Cindy a shower? Baby Blues in
Pennsylvania
Dear Pennsylvania:,No. Your mother is
correct that it is riot proper for a family mem-
ber to host a shower, although all the'brides-
maids could have hosted onetogether. Cindy is,
obviously not familiar with those rules of eti-
quette, and -in her . defense, neither are most
people.
Cindy's expectations are rather
self-centered, but if you want a
"relationship, you'll need to be the
bigger person. She may not
hma deserve itbut try to apologize sin-
cerely for not anticipating her
needs. Say you want to be closer to
both of them and it'would help if
they could teach you their prefer-
ences. Ask them to please let, YOU
know how to make things better in
the'future. We hope it helps - and that it's
worth it.
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and Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann
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Dear Annie: I recently had a falling out with
my brother's wife, "Cindy.7 I offercid to take
her to lunch to talk, but sh'� I sent my brother
instead. He belittl6d me pnd had a list of griev-
ances that went back seven years.
His major'complaint is that I didn't -give
Cindy a wedding or baby shower. One of ihe
other bridesmaids hosted a shower. l'offered to
help, but she declined. When they were expect-
ing -their first child, Cindy's fkmfly
threw her a baby shower i hewe
hometown. I askedMora e
should have a shower for C dy,
but she said it wasn't proper t

Instead, my mother hosted a

r r 'do this for a family member.
small dinner party.
Cindy's other friends didn't
give her any showers, but I'm the
only pne she blames. Had my brother
told me yearsago thht Cindy expected all
this from me, I would have done it. Cindy
also accuses me of not babysitting efiough,
not returning phone calls fastenough, not
visiting soon enough to see ' their firstborn and
on and on. Every so oftenJ do s ' omething else
wrong, and she gives me the silent treatment.
My parents want us to get along, but won't
get involved. Family gatherings are not enjoy-
able, and -1 barely know my nephews anymore�
I am tired of'Cindy's constant exp&tations.
I don't purpose hurt 'her. Meanwhile, she
ly
never acknowledges anything nice I do; and
neither of them can be bothered to call on my
birthday. I have tried to make amends when she

-BRIDGE


MONTY BY JIM M~EDDICK


Giacomo Puccini said, "Inspiration is an awakening, a quick-
ening of all man's faculties, and it is manifested in all high adis-
tic achievements." Although bridge is in part an art, it is unlikely
that making a contract would be deemed a high artistic achieve-
ment. However, unless a quickening of your- faculties gives you
instant inspiration, take your time at trick one. -
In this deal, you are in three no-trump. West leads the spade
six, and East plays the nine. What would you do? ,
Noah was -right to respond three no-trump. Men responder
has a good, rong minor suit with no singleton, void or thoughts
of a slam, he should just bid three no-trump (unless there is a
risk that opener is void in his suit, which cannot be the case
here). After the lead into your spade tenace, you have five top
tricks: three spades and two red-suit aces. Five other winners can
come from the clubs, but if you win the first trick with your spade
jack and an opponent can hold up the club ace until the third
.round of the suit, you will never see the dummy again. Win the
first trick with your ace, keeping the jack to lead over to dummy's
king. Then play a club and you must take two spades, one heart,
one diamond and five clubs.
There is a good defensive point here. When dummy has a
semisolid suit, the defender without the ace must give count,
playing up the line with an odd number of cards and going high-
low with an even number. This tells partner how long to hold up
his ace, waiting until declared has played his last card in the suit.
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Correct Craft 1973,
14', live well, new
top, 35hp, runs great!
garage kept $1750.
334-596-5032
CROWNLINE '07, 210
Bowrider w/wake
board tower. 350mag
300hp, like new,
$28,000.334-470-8454
DYNA TRAK 15 ft.
fiberglass boat
w/trailer $700
205-249-2936
Fisher '06 Crappie
Special. Has Mercury
60 motor. 21.1
hrs.on.mtr.Trolling
motorfish finder, 2
live wells w/trailer
1 334-793-2226-
Glass Stream 00' Hy-
dra Bass 1500, 110
Evinrude,2-fish find-
ers, tilt & trim, 2-live
wells, great cond.
$4500. OBO 334-685-
4357 1


Excellent condition.
Trailer completely
* restored. $17,500
334-355-3005




Sailboat '76-Catalina
30', 2 cyl. Yarmar die-
sel eng., Very low hrs
less than 250r. Roller
furling, bimin, head,
micro, fridge. Good
cond. Docked @ Snug
Harbor slip B-6.334-
673-0330. REDUCED
$13,900.




Seacraft, '89 20ft
Center Console, boat,
motor & Irailer. 95
225HP Johnson Mir.
Dual Axle Tr. w/
brakes,wh., runs
well, very clean,
Great cond. $5,900.
334-791-4891.
Columbia, AL
Seado RXP '05, Jet
Ski. 60 r,r, very
clean, life jacket &
cover incl. 55500 850-
527-4455
Stratos'99 273
intimidator. 17ft bass
Johnson 150HP.
$6500. 334-596-1694


ared4o RL29.
ke (334)791-
24,500 obo.
, I slide
keystone Travel
sleeps 8, Dbl.
& twin bunks
k, ACDC gas
C gas heater,
oaded $6995.
34-790-5628
34-828-1325
heel,'06 36ft.
ntego Bay,
4 slides.
ng $38,5006
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e Cameo '05
slides, 2-A/C,
generator,
no smoke, nd
c. Cond.
. 334-714-4001
tan 04' Catali-
29ft. 7ft. pow-
out, 18ft.
, exc. cond.
334-691-4211
701-7832


Travel Trailer '06 ,
38B-DSL, Sleeps 8,
2 Slideouts,-Loaded,
Like new. $20,500.
334-406-4555
Dutchmen 97 27'
5th Wheel Classic
w/superslide. Perf.
cond. $6850 334-803-
3397 or 334-701-0421

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scenic cruiser 37 ft .85-482-8u416b store or use ror HARLEY DAVIDSON
Immaculate cond. tima, 2.5 251-747-4022 a RedoKr le2
loaded w/options S,5 speed, 32k mi. 2519747-S__kylr RedI 16K miles
must see!! comes like new,REDUCED' Buick 1971Sklard screaming eagle
with 07 Jeep Dohan ac '99 DeVille $10,900 850-482-2994 yellow with white Harley Davidson '06 intake and pipes,
$58,500 334-803-3397 .White A must See! Nissan '07 Altima, es ,35081K Heritage Softail pasenge seat with
New trees, 78K miesmiles,9,500.b a et
TIOGA '04 Motor onvience Pkg, Sun- 256-282-6752 miles back rest $4000
Home 24ft w/slldeout $6,100.00 roof, Alloy Wheels, 4,000 miles, 334-379-8265
7293 miles4KW Onan 334-793-7663 Push Start, 40k mi.lowered, Vance& Harly Davidson '95
93mGen., very clean 14500 334-685-6233 lowered, Vance & Harley Davidsone 95
$31.000 334-687-9663 Pontiac '07 G6 GT 04 portster 883 Hines pipes. Exccond. Saddle
RVs/Campers Low mileage SUPER00 L MiBags, wind- Garagekept. bags, spare seat
Campers d SHARP. Sunroof $200 g. 2 seats, pipes, $5500 334-984-2044
Ron Ellis 74 00028 exc. cond. $5500 OB $O10 000
334-585-5396
06' Travel Trailers for Chevrolet '08 Malibu Pontiac '07 Soltse
truck as packageined LT, Maroon with gray Roadster GXP Con- '06 H Wide 999. Call CS Auto
334-793'-4438 or 334- vertible $16;999. CSI HARLEY DAVIDSON
793-4448 interior, Auto 334-671-7720 07 FLSTSC Springer
th 06 Fleetwood 2- XM radio, CD, onstar, or 334-714-2700 classic 3000K mi.
slides, with 07' sunroof, 15,000 miles. Pontiac G-6 GT 07' Black $13,500 OBO Harley Davidson
Silverado 250 work $16,500. 334-797-0987 cony. black 24Kmi. all ',"-, 254-681-4802 Springer Soft Tail
truck as package 0 Chevy 05' Impala tan leather loaded, gar. '06 HDDyniaWide $15,999. Call csi Auto
payoff $37,000 334- inolor 68,200K mi. 1 kept. $15,000. OBO Glide-FXDWG. Black. 334-671-7720 or
470-8454 ownegood cond. 334-796-6613 Like new.customs. 334-714-2700
Keystone Cougar 0' $7,500 g850-526-5832 Tota056600 mi. $12,900. 404-
et C0u850-0522625832 Toyota 05' Prius 43K 578-1482 e "
5th wh. 28 ft. slide- or 850-209-0202 miles, light blue in tru5h4nsong.om
out, CH&A, micro- -color good cond.
wave, TV, am/fm cd 14,500. 334-596-4902 1999 HD Fat Boy only
radio, $10,000. see at 9k, garage kept, red, HARLEY DAVIDSON
Alabama Wildwood Toyota 07 Prius, good cond., $9000. '08 1200 Sportster
Daeve.ground334-598- Black. 53k. El. Cond Call 337-347-6023 or Custom, 108 miles
Daleville.334-59,8-6 GPS, backup camera. .334-447-1914. y Like new Harley Sportster 06
4695or 334-791-8363 JBL sound. tint, great '92Goldwing, 60k $8,000, obo702-4778 Orange 1200R, SVance

exc. cond., $28,000 Beautiful Red $14,900 all 334-470-3292OBO
850-547-2808 334-792-0394
'5th Wh l, 'des Chevy '08 Impala, Toyota '07 Yaris. less
5th w, desd, EW than 40k miles, un-
Entery tainment en- $200down $259 per der warranty. $9,00Q. Harley Davidson8
ter, fpl, Much Morel month. Cal Ron Ellis OBO. 334-806-8898 or Ultra Classic Scream -
$24,9 f M5050148el6 334-714-0028 806-9706 American Iron Horse ing Eagle Anniversa - Honda '05 GL1800,
SChevy '71 El Camino, Toyota '07 Yaris less '06,: Texas Chopper ry Ed. Very low miles GW.Roadsmith Trike
Watersports 350 Engine, $7500 than 40 k miles, un- elec. blue w/spider $29000 334-685-0380 Kit. color silver, 30th
* 850- 594-3282 . der warranty. $9,000. web graphics124c Harley Davidson 1986 Any. Ed. CB, Extras,
M- I OBO. 334-806-8898 or S&S, fully custom - FLTC w/side car. . 38K mi. $27,500.
JET SK 109'VX Cruis 806-9706!zedor bi a e 5cond. d10.500. gr334-793g0177o
er.approx 11 hrs. '" .bike. 7950K, Must See 3OBO 334-794-2665 or -. i,
with trialer & acces- $30,500. 334-445.0366 334-805.0810
series 57500. OB0 Dirt Bike 07' Honda .
Chevy C7mp 50 condition $970.
new parts, block -:. .. - . . .....
bored 60 over, new 'Honda '06CTX 1300
flow master exhaust Toyota 1999 Camary Cruiser Like New
system, platinum automatic. ac. very 4200 Mi. $5900 OBO
everything (plugs, good condition. 164K 41 arey Davidson 1989334-806-1322
wires etc. ) 53500 miles $3,800. OBO Softcal Springer High-
850-209-7051 334-714-21 ly Customized Asking . ~
IToyota Cam*y '07 1$013K 334-677-5930
Soiara V-6 sport con- FATBOY ,93 Harley Davidson 1992
vertible 48K mi.6 yr. 28K actual miles. Sprster 1200 custom
100K mi. bumper to cuomzed ou o mid 50's KKH exc.
ibumperwarr. e customized out of cond. $5,500. OO8
tires 515,000. Firm Easy Rider. all 194-2665 334-805- Honda�'06 CTX 1300
i $334-588-0201 or chrome-up, SS carbs, 0810 Cruiser Like New
JeEP 1949 CJ2A 8 '- or screaming eagle 4200 Mi� $5,900 OBO
WILLYS JEEP OFF Chevy 81' Corvette. 575-9211595 exhaust system Harley Davidson 334-806-1322
ROAD USE ONLY. 35" red, auto, mirrored $ 0 6 3 9 0S s
SWAMPER BOGGER tops, 52K mi. new Volkswagen '06 Bee $8,500 334-695-3744 1995, 1200 Sportster,



$5,000 Headnd 334-774L2521 or 334- - Honda 06' Rebel Solid
(334) 441-5580 774-2773 after 5pm white winshield &
HARLEY DAVIDSON sadie bags'2600 ml.
'02 Fatboy with' lots $25Q0. OBO 334-886-
of Chrome, Black, 3326 334-714-1110
Corvette81$10,250 352-303-2713 1200 Sportster, 5,400 HONDA '06 Shadow,
Automatic 350 Vo wagon '02 Harley Davidson 03' miles bur und 2.8 miles, LIKE NEW,
(Silver) sell nas is Beet. Silver. 2 Softall duece 100th w/windshiel , sa dle $5;300, will tradefor
(Tie5mr) sell as o s Beetlen ilver. anniv. Screaming bags, crash bar; Jeep Wrangler.'95 or
Exc. Cond. Veryrelia- 334-774-1915 $2700334-718-2223e Eagle. Black & gold, adult operated $6500. newer 229-334-8520
ble vehicle. Dk. G Vryreen 334-774-1915 $2700 334-71 1550cc, 11,400K mi. 334-390-0220 Honda '06 VTX1300
$6500 334-671-1162 Volvo '08 C70 Hard - 6325/334-793-6241 HARLEY DAVIDSON 5970 miles, saddle
or 334-701-2548 top Convertibe T5 2003. 1200 Sportster bags. windshield. 2
- Package. Light blue. Mojo Motor Scooter 100th anniv. edition. yrs left on warranty
Aviation 19K mi. $28,500 OBO '05.200mi. Blue,. Lots of chrome . custom seat. $5400


Honda 07 Shadow
750 Aero Black. like
new, only 2300 miles.
2.5"after market ex-
naust, hypercharger
$4400 OBO 36330
(302)858'1235
Honda 1962 C102 Yam - 04 V-Star
super cub 50, 4k 1100 Custom 6k
miles, Black & white, miles. Fully loaded
Good Cond.. electric w/LED's and Vance &
start 3 speed, 52500. Hines exhausL 55800
Firm. Calli noon (M-F) 334-790-9108 ,
334-347-9002 k9spd403@aol.com
HONDA '98 Valkyrie
Tourer all original,
low miles, runs great
asking 56.500 00B
334-693-5454
Honda VTX 07" 300R
cusotm rear view Yamaha '05 Vmax
mirrors, vance & anniv. edition in
h;nes pipes $6500. flame red, excel.
792-1489 618-0031 cond., 6K mi., 1198 cc
Kawasaki 05' KX65 &inl M . sissy bar,
Monster graphics pro guard. cover & trickle
circuit pipe V/force chger, $5,800. 334-
reeds super fast ab- 333-5854 or e-mail
solute mint cond. rjkess@comcast.net �
S595. 334-797-7984 Yamaha '07 V-max
Kawasaki '06 KLR 1200, new tires, 2
650 new tires & helmets, cobra
braes, great condi- quad pipes, 00x.
ion, 5k miles. $3500 cond., 15K, $6,800



Motor by BPM, 2 Asking $2,695.,
brothers perform-
ance pipe. Very fast
Sbike for the motor- -.- ---
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750 15K Miles Runs Man & Woman Jack -
334- $1800 71826-833 extra. 334-414-3551842

Red Kawsad 0' Yamaha 2005 R6 lesstar



Nin a Like New 250R 1100 Classic. Black &


like new, 3550 mi. 42K mi. Asking $3200
$6,400. includes all OBO 334-726-1215 or
riding gear OBO 334-477-3152
334-714-4029
SYAMAHA '08 V-star CLASSIFIED
250, Burgundy ie
Low miles! Like new! We're working
Asking 52,695.. f34 1yo7 1


Mallard '06 30ft. fully Challenger Garage
self contained, super Kept, 5.7 Liter. Hemi.
slide. $9,000. 334- Mooney 1962 M20C Blue w/20 inch Facto-
687-4503 Total Time: Engine & ry chrome wheels. 6
Airframe 1949 IFR speed manual. An
Sabre by Palamino CERT. Excellent Eye Catcher, selling
'08, 28 ft 5th wheel trouble-free flying. to buy a boat. 12. 500
camper, 3 slides, 334-347-5480 miles. 2 door, Like
. man extras, clean. New condition, Blue
d..... 5 sarif9ce- 5629k 850- Autoob iles . exterior. Charcoal in-
Sd t tenAor. ABS. a/c.
lSugarm -Sand pis2006.1alarm, am/fm, buck- 0
ft. Mirage SAFE. NO MotorHomes/Rde Ford 500 06' limited_ _ _ __ _ ____ __ _
,SMa e -leatheru t w 4-dr. cruise, driverairbag, Bulldozing sPowerWashingtorageouekeepng Roofing
r . NANCE,. store, 03 toamn u 35,500K mi. ex. passenger airbag, PL, e
Ig. sundeck, storage, 03 Gu2fstroarr ultra cond. $13,995. 334- PS, PW; $32,200 .


walk-through trans- touring ser ies, f class Mced $ 9 3 34S , D) $ ,2 E at 0e
dm, nonskid swim C motorhome, il k, 6979 (334)65-78 . H re For GMeAerRoIN
platform, Mrc Opti 2 slide outs;, ann MECURY LATE '70's o o s House
Max 250 HP V6 tralt- generator, sleeps Up 85HP w/power trim
er, cover. NICE! - to 8 people, $38,000. cabPes/ wiring, new * ll or trice
$14,995.(253)229- Call 334-393-9315 gears & water pump $ WATER POOLS , of no ea erence RolFIG In
8500 ,or 763-0280 $1,500 251-599-5127 Grader , ,0 -Pan * f.n **2 Yrs ofl ool v' rCod Weather Cal DebraRf
S Supra '90 TS6M Aller 94'34ft. Auto Marcedes82' 38SL Do de l tus, Excavator V Constrac 4onEx p. V Free Est imates *."t3F
comp, ski/wake'brd, satlite ant electric 93K mi. H/S tops Automatic 4 cyl Custom Inground Incld a . FiigFree -MetalRoofing-l
nreat shape. 520f hrs, leveling jacks, 58K chalk brown loaded; only65, uckPo Sea Trailers C
$ o6700 BO 334-796-' mi.:$16,000 OO PWRS/B, windows, miles. ent* Bulldozer KInstallation & CommercalCleaning 30Ye Bs . Esmates Custom



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478-731-0194 30 Misub. iut eclipse ACu-earing FET AC u IN Office:ar Serice
Cocm0n -7 8 r1 0 graded sound system , . ' Demolition 3476 7 QJ Be CB Tad M A aloT l o
Motorhome 30' car cover & top sto Ford 04 CrownVicto-i S"
Welcraft88 23ft. Sav e $25K well a LX loaded, 55K Dbris Removal Licensedal in
ClassC, sleepsa6 meainainewre milesdrives like RetentionPonaAlabamaFlorida 3 77-1327 m 850-526-236
Center counsel, 225 Diesel, 4 slides ords. 14,2004 Blue RX334 dream $8700 321
$13,500.334-493-0915 792-9789 236363Grading Home Improvement Home mproveon en ofmeImprovemeour Hont
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Triton '06 TS17 travel trailer. King SZ conv 7 65 TBird, auto Since 1960 L ETU'E 0 Paining Big Or Small Jobs
w/75IMercury slide out/BR heat & 7000.OB34O Call56334 3904bbl, slide steer-. TS a.4acale....
Optimax mtr.35Bum air, private bath. ex. 347-6023 or 33495 Sbring 69K mileGTS . 56.995 Borden St M em ui r WELCOME
Low hrs. Gar. kept. condition.ion. 334-671-7720leep 5-6. 1914 Tile , ., r
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Lycomb engine w. Brinson. GA tie. Like newlow aed. Exc. Cond. NADA Kitchen Design Sales & Installation *Wa In UUw:m
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685-3208rFleetwood r'07 510500. Call334685 DothanI'!Handyman8Servi2es-
Watkins '79 27 ft. 3-sld, loaded CH&A 3057 Jgar '02 x-Type AC & Heatingpencto
10' beam, 3'8"draft, fbp, wk, horse,.1 05 Monte Carlo LS, 4 DR Lowlies. ContractorsSuaI ri or trM -eCeramicOTile'ome
3500 ballace, 8HP gas, 5,900 mi. $100k V6 auto runs and Nice Car. $500 Down CnQ liietT
Yanmor. $8,500.334- OBO 334-898-1.201 looks great. a must $300 mo. Call.Steve .' and'.ktclen 41,r., '.,s,rk%. Ii,,,cJ a Vanities/Sinks HOEREA
897-2167/733-0020 Monoco Knight '06. see!!! $10.500. OBO Hatcher 334-791-8243 C MO T remodeling. lp.,rn,,, ',u,.w.k,/ .HOME REPAIRS
Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. Save $25K or more. Call 334-475-0084 Lexus 06' GS300 load' - ,l '- Counter Tops BY
Center counsel, 225' Diesel, 4 slides. 4300 2ai4 BNue RXe, ad, all power, sun- James Grant, e'i '_"� l , i'. , New Fixtures HOMEWORKS
$4500. in electronics. $159,700. 850-866- 4o m r,6ni9-4:30 Ca lldyficaton
Sale $7,000.334-235- 2774 custom rims, new seats, very clean For Hire
2995'tires. 55K miles. great $23,400. 334-596-8789 &Al i Buinding Conror, Thurs: 9-Noion I'm Handyof Nour Home"
Phaeton, 07' 40ht. 4 Cond., wor, derfu carh; By The Carpenir)/Paintng
Campers/Travel 350 CAT diesel, Rachel or Jay Light tan w'beige in-0 6 11 I 2811610,Hour Day
Trailers Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel 334-393-9959 terror, leather heated Cal 8c0526-2367 General Repair%
gen.4 dr. trig w/ /seats, ABS. sloe ' I'or85526-367850-693-os6 6or DWeek nr Rl i r.
icemaker, W/D in M- airbags, 37k mi. NA- '''
14' New Enclosed motion satellite dish, -DA $21.175 sell for AutDstiou& CyclelCabinets,' (850) 557-6733 nntuad
Cargo Trailer Will sell rear & side cameras. $17.900 850-814-0155 Services Culnte:ng"o.4n'e'oI
Leather euro recliner, car, executive silver Shores Our Newspaper
Trailer/ 5th whee/ desk, King bed. car, eectivslve,87K c. co .6 ELESoRsCuBNwpa
199-'04 with slide and drake-BdyPO BMW '03 Z4 8 cnl
pay difference. 850- r.akerBuddyftoreow 58k miles, sale price pack cd player. xm Tyu ECabinet is proud to be in POLE K
car.1Garageystored. $12.999.Call CS/Auto radio. $7.900. Land C le aing, Inc. S h o p , L LK
$160,000. 334-671-7720 334-618-1594 LH, FLapartnershipwith
334-797-3617. or 334-714-2700 wi thSUMMERTIME 50O.761.9402 bpecazng In t Locally Owned
* REDUCED" BMW '05. 325 Sedan. 'newart. A/C SERUICE Cell 850-8320JSS All Wood Custom Yahoo! Hot jobs
03 Class A/gas BlueW/tanleather.WE ER COMPl Buill Cabinets
Monoco La Palma. 2 36k mi. one owner. kCT, & Countertop List Your

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ToyHauler 35'Bumper dolley & all Chrysler '95 Sebring. 308 GTS Mera. 2900 Borden S
Pull, 1 slide out ' furnishings (dishes. power. AC. new en- $16.999 Call CSI Auto "9MA 2900 Bo.rCaSIl1850) 579.4428
Sleeps 6 Fully cont. towels, etc.) $60K. gine. great condition. 334-671-7720 z _ ;, Today!
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CRYSLER 0 Tow CVY.Q87 -iD P ick- County, Florida in the 1327.50 feet to an ex- East a distance of SALE. IF YOU FAIL TO at 2864 Madison
VaCHRYSLER06Town CHEVY C87 S-10 PNck- above entitled cause isting 4 inch x 4 inch 1166.94 feet to a 5/8 FILE A CLAIM, YOU Street Marianna,
& Country Van. Up, New Clutch, New on May 12, 2010, concrete monument inch iron rod with an WILL NOT BE ENTI- Florida on July 12,
Exc. condo. 51K. seats Motor, New Tires, Case No. 10-338 CA with an aluminum aluminum cap TLED TO ANY RE- 2010.
neg. ac, 334-68851ower, $9500 $2,500 OBO runs334-618-3447 wherein C.A.W.L. DE- cap stamped Banner- stamped Bannerman MAINING FUNDS. AF-
neg., 334-688 5154 good 334-618-3447 VELOPMENTS, INC., a man Surveyors, Inc. Surveyors, Inc. (LB TER SIXTY (60) DAYS, Plans, specifications,
Chrysler '95 Voyager. Delaware corpora- (LB 5106) at the 5106) set; thence ONLY THE OWNER OF and contract docu-
nc l HONDA '97 V6. auto. seats 8. FORD'07 Explorer tion, is Plaintiff and Southwest comer of North 01 degrees 07 RECORD AS OF THE ments for each proj-
Lance '08Cnarming HONDA '97 Passpon power am, fm cass. Sport Trac, Limited, R&H ASSOCAITES, the Southeast 1/4 of minutes 00 seconds DATE OF THE LIS ect will be open to
Scooter, 50CC, 2000 175K, loaded, new oew tires, NOW V-8, Fully Loaded, LLC, a Florida limited the Northwest 1/4 of East a distance of PENDENS MAY public inspection af-
miles. Like new. pain 334t, cold air.$2500. $1975 OBO 850-592- T- i 56K Miles, Blue liability company, said section; thence 325.00 feet to a 5/8 CLAIM THE SURPLUS. ter June 28, 2010 at
540-421-0726 OBO.334-798-1768 or 2832 $21,500, 334-687-4686 JOHN DOE and JANE North 01 degrees 05 inch iron rod with an the office listed
S334-691-7111D DOE, and all un- minutes 12 seconds aluminum cap IN ACCORDANCE above or may be ob-
SportUtility Vehicles JEEP 1987 Wrangler PONTIAC 92'Trans- CHEVY '91, 1 Ton 12 cab 4x4,4dr 156K known parties claim- East a distance of stamped Bannerman WITH THE AMERICAN tainted from:
4x4,ac,ps, ac, at, ort mini van, pwr Flat Bed Dump Truck miles, fully loaded ing by, through or 1326.99 feet to an ex- Surveyors, Inc. (LB WITH DISABILITIES
04 Jeep WranglerX," new engine/trans/ ocks/windows, $5,500 or reasonable pearl white,$16,900., under them, are De- listing 4 inch x. 4 Inch 5106) set on the ACT, PERSONS WITH David H. Melvin, Inc.
soft top, autongle tires, hard top. 792- clean, seats 8 $1,500., offer 229-334-8520, p334-68 0' fendants, DALE concrete monument Southerly right of DISABILITIES NEED- Consulting Engineers
AM/FM/CD, bwauto 8018/792-8827.$5800. BP Motors 793-2142 229-296-8171 RABON GUTHRIE, with an aluminum way of Lexington ING A SPECIAL AC- Attn: Gene Nobles,
AM/FM/CDlow aFORD '07 F250 Super Clerk of the above cap stamped Banner- Lane; thence South COMMODATION TO 4428 Lafayette
miles, new tires, Jeep '88 Wrangler W - Chevy '91 Cherokee Duty V-8 Crew Cab Court, will between man Surveyors, Inc. 88 degrees 52 mi- PARTICIPATE IN THIS Street, P.O. Box 840
$15,900. (850)579- Auto. 6 cyl. 2.5" lift. pickup, lift gate XLT, 2WD,-18K miles, and during the legal (LB 5106) at the nutes 53 seconds PROCEEDING, YOU Marianna, Florida
0157 New Tires & Rims. Automobiles $1500 850-352-4724 Tan, $30,000 334-688- hours of sale, to wit, Northwest comer of East along the South- ARE ENTITLED, AT NO 32447, Phone: 850-
$5500 OBO 8606, 334-695-0688 at 11:00 A.M. on the the Southeast 1/4 of early right of way of COST TO YOU, TO 482-3045
JEEP WRANGLER '97, T K et Truck, oneman, 2010, the same being said section; thence tance of 360.37 feet CERTAIN ASSIS- upon payment of $
4WD, newtop, tinted new A/C, 30 ft reach the day set by said South 88 degrees 47 to the intersection of TANCE. PLEASE 100 (non-refundable)
Wi news, spra ed ssion Trailer new A,30 ft Final Judgment, offer minutes 58 seconds the Southerly right of CONTACT THE OF- per set which
bedlinor $ sra3 Concession Trailer (334) 790-8891 for sale and sell at East a distance of way of Lexington FICE OF THE COURT amount constitutes
dne355-0694 WANTED C033509 - public outcry for 1325.41 feet to a 5/8 Lane and the Wester- ADMINISTRATOR the cost of reproduc-
WAN chevy 93 1500 172K cash in hand to the inch iron rod with an ly right of way of WITHIN TWO (2) tion and handling.
Lexus'08 GX470 50K Motor Driven. mi. new AC loaded, highest and best bid- aluminum cap County Road 275 (100 WORKING DAYS OF
Mi. Good Cond. Load- Good Condition runs great J3,000. der at the Jackson stamped Bannerman feet right of way, YOUR RECEIPT OF The Owner reserves
1999 Blazer Looks ed 3rd Row Seat, Nav And Equipped. BO 334-691'7111 or County Courthouse, Surveyors, Inc. (LB paved county road); THIS NOTICE; IF YOU the right to waive
Good, Runs Good. System $36,000 850-548-5719 334-798-1768 4445 Lafayette 5106) reference thence South 00 de- ARE HEARING OR any informalities, or
$3000. 334 79&9131 229-254-0077 Street, Marianna, monument; - thence grees 58 minutes 37 VOICE IMPAIRED, to reject any or all
Nissan 06 Pathfinder FORD '89 F150,4wh, Jackson County, Flor- South 88 degrees 47 seconds West a dis- CALL TDD OR FLORI- bids. Each Bidder
[l 7' ��i . I i Nblack 69kloaded Trucks-Heavy Duty 4x4 Auto, $4,900 or ida, that certain minutes 58 seconds tance of 1261.38 feet DA RELAY SERVICE must deposit with
Snew res, great reasonable offer 229- property more par- East a distance of to a 5/8 inch iron rod 711 his/her bid, security
1999 Blazer Tracker Cond. $15,000. BO 2006 Jeep Wrangler 334-8520, 229-296- ticularly described in 2.00 feet to a point at with, an aluminum in the amount, form
4x4. silver greycloth Call 334-685-1634 white, less than 20 8171 Exhibit "A", attached the Northeast corner cap stamped Banner- DATED at Marianna, and subject to the
Interior. New paint, or 334-886-9834 miles, like new, must Dodge '01 Dakota-I hereto. of the Southeast 1/4 man Surveyors, Inc. Jackson County, Flor- conditions provided
Good condition, cold see $15,000. Sport Club cab, of the Northwest 1/4 (LB 5106) set; thence ida this 29th day of in the respective bid
air. stereo with ipod TOYOTA 6 Four Cal 334-393-2259 automatic, V-6, 61K Commence at an ex- of said section, leaving said right of June, 2010. package. Sureties
jack. $3000 OBO. Runner SR5, 2wd, miles, Like New, isting 4 inch x 4 inch thence South 88 de- way North 88 de- used for obtaining
334-886-3154, 59,700 miles, white, 95 F-150, Eddie $7200. 334-790-7959 concrete monument grees '47 minutes 58 grees 58 minutes 50 DALE RABON GU- bonds must appear
334-798-9131 excellent cond. Bower PKG, no rust, with an aluminum seconds East a dis- seconds West a dis- THRIE as acceptable ac-
334-798-9131 $17,900. 334-796-3130 runs great, blue, Dodge '02 Dakota cap stamped Banner- tance of 2.00 feet to a tance of 1279.10 feet Clerk, Circuit Court cording to the De-
$3950. 00 Call Leather t. uad cab Fo 97 F-150, V man Surveyors, Inc. 5/8 inch iron rod with to a 5/8 inch iron rod apartment of Treasury
1Trailers-Tractors 334-475-0084 Cleancond. Fully- automatic, cold air, (LB 5106) marking an aluminum cap with an aluminum By:Beverly Hatcher Circular 570.
0 .auto. 334-693-3980 45.000 miles the Southwest comer stamped Bannerman cap stamped Banner- Deputy Clerk
Chevrolet03 S10 .. . Like New.5600. of Section 36, ToWn- Surveyors, Inc. (LB man Surveyors Inc. No bid may be with-
Cummings/Onan Ext. cab; 3 dr., 4cyl. ,"' _. 334-790-7959 ship 4 North, Range 9 5106) reference (LB 5106) set; thence Clifford R. Rhoades, drawn for a period of
generator 703 hrs. 40K miles, red, runs ; West, Jackson Coun- monument; thence North 88 degrees 58 P.A. sixty days after the
85KW 400amp, auto good. $7,500.00 - iii". rin� i ty, Florida and call South 88 degrees 47 minutes 50 seconds Clifford R. Rhoades, scheduled closing
switch runs 4 poultry 334-718-5252 iB" " 1 this the Point of Be- minutes 58 seconds West a distance of Esq. time for receipt of
2004 Jeep Grand house $15,000. OB 00 ginning; thence East a distance of 1326.32 feet to a 5/8 2141 Lakeview Drive bids.
Cherokee, Special 4-40X400 poultry Dodge '031500 4X4 North 89 degrees 12 661.49 feet to a 5/8 inch iron rod with an Sebring, Florida
Edition. Metallic house of Lubmg nip- Elec.win & doors. Ext. - minutes 20 seconds inch iron rod with an aluminum cap 33870 Attention of Bidders
Beige. Leather, pie drinkers 334-726- power-train & engine West along the aluminum., cap stamped Bannerman (863) 385-0346 is particularly called
Power Options, 0978 or 334-795-6101 warr. Exc. Cond. GMC '05 SIERRA. Southerly line of Sec- stamped Bannerman Surveyors, Inc. (LB Florida Bar No. to the requirements
(334)447-1177 Custom Motorcycle $7200 334-588-2125 2500HD, 139K miles. tion 35, Township 4 Surveyors,. Inc. (LB 5106) set at the 308714 as to conditions of
(334) 447-11 Trailer 4>8 led Ighis, black. 4wd, SLT pack - North, Range 9 West 5106) set at the Southwest corner of employment to be
BMW' X5,64,50 amp carrier under. ~l ' age, 4 door. 520.000. a distance' of 1727.80 Northeast corner of the North 1/2 of the LF15033 observed and mini-
BMW '4 X5, 64,50ir heath. never used 850-258-7758 feet to a 4 inch x 4 the West 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of said mum *wage rates to
panoramic sunroof stored in garage on- - - inch concrete monu- Southwest 1/4 of the section; thence ADVERTISEMENT be paid under the
ext.service tilSept. ly. $50. 334-699.6711 CHEVROLET 2007 ment with an alumi- Northeast 1/4 of said South 01 degrees 04 FOR BIDS Contract, Section 3,
$18,200.c334-798-1618 FARM TRACTOR 5HD --- num cap stamped section; thence minutes 57 seconds Segregated Facilities,
$18,200.334-798-1618 FARM TRACTOR 250OHD Bannerman South 01 degrees 05 West a distance of BIDNO. 0910-31 Section 109 Executive
334-677-6714 Kubota '09. L.4400 Duramax/Allison B a n n e r m a n South 01 degrees 05 West a distance of BID NO. 091031 Section 109 Executive
Chevrolet334-677-6714 woa 09wd. 4400 combinatin. 39000 Surveyors, Inc. (LB minutes 22 seconds 1325.88 feet to an ex- Order 11246, and all
Chevolet'05 wIoader3.70. co mmuteri 3e am 1500 es. 5106) set; thence West a distance of isting 5/8 inch iron PROJECT NAMES: applicable laws and
Avalanche LT, Super 500hr7. 513.700. ooknter ies. Ext-cab 360 Maqc. 7 Lr ' leaving said section 1324.14 feet to a 5/8 rod with an alumi- College Drive regulations of the
nice, fully loaded 685-2772/677632 L k ri num 4 barrel holly line North 01 degrees inch iron rod With ah num cap stamped (Graceville) Erosion Federal government
$18,500 - Gandy 4 row insecti- Grey interior, a/c, hunter green, M Sierra 05 minutes 27 sec- aluminum cap Ba n n e r ma n and Paving Improvd- and State of Florida,
334-701-4243 cide applicator am/fm, CD, XM Custom fiberglass 250HD 60K Mi.* onds East a distance stamped Bannerman Surveyors, Inc. (LB ments and bonding and in-
w/double boxes, for hood, 22" hood Good Cond. $16,500 of 5306.25 feet-to a 4 Surveyors, Inc. (LB 5106) at the South- surance require-
two chemicals cruisePL, ' scoop. stainless Lots of extras inch x 4 inch con- 5106) set at the east corner of the Sealed bids, submit- ments. Also bidding
mounted on tool bar. (334)3g-9635 grill & Dumpers 334-798 3518 create monument with Southeast corner of Southwest 1/4 of ted in triplicate, will contractors must be
Good condition. $400. 3- Snap on trm.d - . " . an aluminum cap the West 1/2 of the said section; thence be received by pre-qualified with
229-758-3146 or 229- Alum. tool box. 6" stamped Bannerman Southwest 1/4 of the North 89 degrees 04 Jackson County, Flor-the Florida Depart-
400-5184 lift kit, 6' glass U Surveyors, Inc. (LB Northeast 1/4 of said minutes 47 seconds ida , (Owner), until ment of Transporta-
packs, alum. racing 5106) set on the section also being on West along' the 10:00AM C.T. local tion in the following
Chevrolet '09 HHR L. John Deer 05' 48 HP, rims Lots of extras!' Southerly maintained the Northerly right of Southerly line of said time, July 12, 2010 at categories: Grading,
loaded. 27.000 miles, full wh. drive, front right of way, of, Old way of Lexington section a distance of the office of: Drainage & Flexible
Automatic.4 cyi., end'loader. bushhog, REDUCED $40000M10 .BO ;,-.. '. Spanish Trail (a 28 Lane (a graded coun- 1326.00 feet to a 5/8 Paving -
E 334-790-7959 shredder & box blade CHEVROLET '79 C-60 ca 4 door loaded all graded county road); North 88 degrees 52 aluminum cap son County Purchas- IN PARTICULAR, BID-
Chevy 03Tahoe 19.000 OBO 798 3352 dump truck. 20K mi.. power, white ec. thence South 88 de- minutes 53 seconds stamped Bannerman ing Agent, 2864 Madi- DERS SHOULD NOTE
162KChevy 03" Tahoe. Less han1000hrs on new engine, loo's cond 55K mi. asking grees 36 minutes. 25 West alonp the Surveyors, Inc. (LB son Street, Marianna, THE REQUIRED AT-
exc. cord, l. ue. John Deere'07 790 rough runs good! payoff $19,500. 334 seconds East along Northerly right of 5106)- set; thence Florida 32448 TACHMENTS AND
learc. cond. 9000. 300 Loader w/Dump $2. 450. 334-701-9213 763-0146 the Southerl right of way of said road a North 89 degrees 04 CERTIFICATIONS TO
334.794-9135. bucket. BushHog, -- way of said road a distance of 111.23 minutes 47 seconds for the construction BE EXECUTED AND
334794-9135. reader & Tiller Disk LealAds distance of '409.38 feet to a 5/S inch iron West along the of the following de- SUBMITTED WITH
S14, 000 31 202-4324 feet to a 4 inch x 4 rod with an alumi- Southerly line of said scribed Projects: THE FORM OF BID
2IN-434 inch concrete monu- num .cap stamped section a distance of . . PROPOSAL.
JohnDeere 64054WD D 99'1500V-8 LegalNotices ment with an alumi- Bannerman 1325.99 feet to the This project consists
Two post Tractor. Magnum 193K mi num cap stamped Surveyors, Inc. ,(LB Point of Beginning. of the paving of Col- EQUAL OPPORTUNI-
2360rs.20000 A/T. A/C Psteering, B a n ne r m an 5106) set; thence lege Drive from SR 77 TY EMPLOYER/
334-798-2337 Chevy 00' Blazer, crews, $3,500. OBO LF15030 Surveyors, Inc. (LB South 00 degrees 04 This parcel is located to the Holmes Creek HANDICAP
Travel Trailer ,ood white, runs good. 334-691-2987 / 344- 5106); thence South ininutes 15 seconds In the Southwest 1/4 wooden bridge at the ACCESSIBLE/
Chevy '05 Tae. cod. 750. 3r34618 ' over 200k miles 798-1768 IN THE CIRCUIT 89 degrees 11 mi- East along the West- and the Southeast Jackson/Holmes FAIR HOUSING
49,100 mi, leather, 6589 $2,200. OBO 334-691- COURT OF THE nutes 14 seconds early right of way of 1/4 of the Northwest County Line. The ex- JURISDICTION
new tires, power, 2987 or 334-798-1768 FOURTEENTH East along the South- said road a distance 1/4, and the West 1/2 isting asphalt portion
very nice. $18,995 UTIUTY cargo trailer JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, erly right of way of of 60.01 feet to a 5/8 of the Southwest 1/4 of College Drive from
Whte 850-579-4694 Dolittle 2007,20' IN AND FOR JACKSON said mad a distance inch iron rod with an of the Northeast 1/4 SR 77 to the baseball
Chevy '07 Trailblazer, white, excellent co/r- - COUNTY, FLORIDA of 1314.98 feet to a aluminum cap and partially in the field driveway will be
Chevy '07 Trailblaze, edition, has sat for 2 5/8 inch iron rod with stamped Bannerman North 1/2 of the resurfaced. An 18'
Nice Family SUV years. Only used for CASE NO. 10-336 CA an aluminum cap Surveyors, Inc. (LB Southeast 1/4 of Sec- wide asphalt road- Wef' WOrkng
Loaded $300 Down 9000 miles. $5,500. R stamped Bannerman 5106) set; thence tion 36, Township 4 way will be don-
$300 moCall-SteVe - OBO 334-791-6955 ' CHEVYo Silverado DODGE '9. 2500 R CJ.A.W.L DEVELOP- Surveyors, Inc. (LB South 88 degrees 52 North, Range 9 West structed on the re-
Hatcher 334-791-8243 Yanmar 1601 V-8, 4X4,266K miles, 6cyuadtrbodiesel,4wd MENTS, INC, 5106) on the Easterly minutes 53 seconds and partialin the maining graded por- For YOU!
Ford '08 Edge Limited 2WD standard shift, fully loaded, rebuilt 170K,$7250.OBO a Delaware corpora- line of Section 35, East/along the South- East 1/2 of Section tion of College Drive.
aviation, sync,bril- '0 p likeew, trans., $7,500 BO auto 850-557-271 tion, Township 4 North ery right of way of 35, Township 4 North, This project also con-
lantred, Ither'seats, $3995.other Equip.. " 334-687-32071 auto. 850-557-2711 Plaintiff, Range '9 West; said road a distance Range 9 West, Jack- tains embankment
loaded, 37K, $24,50 Avail., Call 334790-Chevy 06 Colorado Ford '01 F-350Diesel, thence South 01 de- of 52249 feet to a5/8 son County, Florida. stabilization at nt Your Ad
obo. 334-7-2338 5 l628 or 334-828-1325 e Ex Cond, 3 Crew Cab, Dual -vs- grees 05 minutes 27 inch iron rod with an Holmes Creek by the
obo. 3,34-791-2338 5628 or 334-828-1325 1,'Exl. Cond., 53K, 4 Wheeled & 5th Wheel seconds West along aluminum cap Said property will be use of geotextlle sta-
Ford '87 Bronco T door, 5 Cyl., 2WD, Bumper hitch, auto R .& H ASSOCIATES, the Easterly line of stamped Bannerman sold to satisfy the Fi- bilized slopes and TO Stand Out
2-door Dark Blue, *TruckLeasing/Rent black tonneau cover, trans. AC, 187K mi. LLC, et al., said section a dis- Surveyors, Inc. (LB nal Judgment above rip-rap construction.
Runs good, Good new tires, $14,300. $6000 334-397-4684 Defendants. tance of 2640.58 feet 5106) set; thence referred to and all Roadway guardrail,
Condition $4500 Call334-677-3333 to an existing 4, inch leaving said right of sums mentioned storm water culverts,
334-792-1208Ch____ 72' Fleet side FORD05F150Lariat, . x 4 Inch concrete way South 01 de- therein. sodding, signing and
334-792-120 Chevy 72' Fleet side Laded, Tan leather. NOTICE OF monument with a 1/4 grees 07 minutes 00 , pavement , markings
GMC"'00 Jimnmy factpry307,3-sd 67K Excellent condition, CLERK'S SALE inch iron rod at the seconds West a dis- IF YOU ARE A PER- are also included in ttr tor O
greatond.,$4200 originalies. Body . 98,000miles, Southwest corner of tance of 325.00 feet SON CLAIMING A this project. nAr
akfOBO 850-526491 . gh 33425 condition 4 ,200oo. NOTICE IS .HEREBY the Northwest 1/4 of to a 5/8 inch Iron rod RIGHT TO FUNDS RE--
ask for TorK" 334-792-5578 condition, 3 14,200. GIVEN that under Section 36 Township with an aluminum MAINING AFTER THE Bids for the projectUie B old Print
lsuzu97' Rodeo, FORK LIFT American Chevy 72' P/U'sm. - .(334)464-7573 andn by virtue of that 4 North, Range 9 cap stamped Banner- SALE, IF ANY, YOU will be opened and UaS
crimson red w/gray Eagle w/Cummings 8 3-sp., 67K prignal FORD '07 F-350, 5.9 L certain Final Judg- West; thence South' man Surveyors, Inc. MUST FILE A CLIAM recorded at 10:09AM
int. automatic trans, diesel engine, 60001b miles, original paint DSL Crew Cab 50K ment made and en- 88 degrees 52 mi- (LB 5106) set; thence WITH THE CLERK NO C.T. at the Jackson
6-cyl.$200.0. OBO334- lift cap., good cond. rough. $1972. OBO. miles, $29,500 334- tered in the Circuit nutes 53 seconds South 88 degrees 52 LATER THAN SIXTY County Commission i nour Rd
701-9292 $11,500,334-701-9213 334-792-5578 695-7769, 695-7770 Court of Jaikson East a distance of minutes 53 seconds (60) DAYS AFTER THE Board Room located


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Federer upset in Wimbledon quarters


Sneads All-Stars
The Sneads AAA All-
Stars will be heading to
the state tournament in
Sebring oin July 9.
The team will be using
a variety of fundraising
activities Ato raise money
for the trip, with the first
taking place Thursday
with a sausage dog sale.,
A car wash and other
activities are slated, for
Saturday in Sneads.
Donations are also
appreciated.
For more information,
please contact coach
Mike Peel at 592-5467.

Chipola Basketball
Chipola College will'
host two individual bas-
ketball camps, the first
from today through
Friday, and the second
from July 21-23, both at
the Milton H. Johnson
Health Center.
The camps will run
from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
on Wednesdays and
Thursday, and 8:30 a.m.
to 10 a.m. on Fridays.
Campers should bring
shoes, shorts, and a bas-
ketball.
Kids Golf Clinic
The Marianna Golf
Association presents the
2010 Florida Caverns
Kids Golf Clinic, which
will be held from July
20-22 at Caverns Golf
Course.
The clinic. will run
from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.,
'daily. The first two days
will be instruction, with
the final day' a tourna-
ment.Cost is $40 per
child (ages'6-14).,
Bring clubs, cap and
sunscreen. Prizes, tro-
phies, drinks, and snacks.
provided.
Call 482-4257 to regis-
ter. Volunteers welcome.

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

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m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478, The mailing
address for the paper is.
Jackson County Floridan
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didn't anticipate that con-
tinuing in 2011.
"I think this year will be
,totally different than the
last two years with' the
infielders," he said. "I have
a lot of confidence in them,
just seeing how they've'
played this summer. We've
probably turned more dou-
ble plays this summer than
in the last two years here.'.
We look really good in the
infield."
/ Garrett Harris at second
base and Aaron Green at
shortstop has been the 'dou-
ble-play combination, with
Glover praising Green's
summer play.
"Aaron Green is proba-
bly the biggest bright spot
.on the -field," the coach


BY HOWARD FENDRICH
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WIMBLEDON, England -
Roger Federer covered his face
with both hands, no doubt wishing
he were doing anything at that
moment other than. dissecting his
latest earlier-than-expected Grand
Slam'exit.
This one came at Wimbledon, no
less - the tournament that he
loves more than anry other, that he
ruled for so long.
After all the victories, all, the .
championships, all the records,
Federer now must deal with a new
streak: The owner of 16 major
titles, the man widely considered
the best player in tennis history,
has lost two consecutive Grand
Slam quarterfinals in the span of a
month, both against opponents
who have yet to win a single such
trophy; .
Federer arrived at the All
England Club aiming to reach the
final for the eighth year in a row
and win a record-tying seventh
title.
Instead, he leaves before the
semifinals, beaten 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 6-
4 Wednesday by No. 12 Tomas
Berdych of the Czech Republic.
On June 1, Federer lost in the
French Open quarterfinals as the
defending champion there, too,
putting an end to his unprecedent-
ed 23 consecutive appearances in
major semifinals.
"God, I can't wait for Paris and
Wimbledon to come around next
year again, that's for sure, because-
they've been frustrating tourna-
ments for me, even though it was-
n't too bad. Quarters is a decent
result," Federer said, as if trying to
convince himself. along with
everyone else. .
"Obviously, people think quar-
ters is shocking, but people would
die to play in quarterfinal stages of
Grand Slam play,";he added, fidg-
eting during his news conference.
"It's not something I'm used to
doing - losing in quarterfinals
because it's not something I've
done inithe last six years."
Indeed, he participated in 18 of
19 major finals from 2005-10.
, His dominance at Wimbledon is
even more pronounced: Until
Wednesday, Federer was 51-1 at
the tournament since the start of
the 2003 edition.


BY JIMMY GOLEN
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

BOSTON - Boston
Celtics coach Doc Rivers
will return for another sea-
son, staying with the team
he, led to the .NBA finals.
twice in three years for a
nin at another ,champi-
onship.
"Doc is a fantastic coach
and leader and I am thrilled
he is 'coming back for the
upcoming season," Celtics
co-owner Steve Pagliuca
said Wednesday in an e-
mail to The Associated
Press.
Rivers' decision was first
reported in the. Boston
Herald. 'Four hours later,.
the Celtics released a state-
ment confirming Rivers
would return.
"Doc is re-energized and
enthusiastic about"coming
back to make another run at
winning a championship
with the Celtics," general


ing out together at the Heat*
facility, neither having any
idea who will' be in the
locker room with them
when camp starts in about
three months.
It's an odd situation, for
sure.
"You don't know who's
going to be here,"
Chalmers said. "So we just


said: "He made a couple
plays deep in the hole to
throw the guy out (on
Tuesday). He's playing
really well."
Miller was less enthusi-
astic about his club's latest
performance.
"It was one of the sloppi-
est games we've played,"'
the coach said, attributing it
to only having one game
last week due to a late can-
cellation. We weren't really
throwing strikes consistent-
ly and we booted some
balls around. If you give up
that many runs, you're gen-
erally not going to have a
good result."
But Miller said that his
team's efforts this summer
have been a net positive


Roger Federer reaches for abackhand volley during his men's singles quarterfinal against Tomas Berdych
of the Czech Republic, at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships at Wimbledon on. Wednesday. -
Alastair Grant/Associated Press -


Federer placed at least some of
.the blame for this loss on two pre-
.iously undisclosed health issues:
a bothersome back and right thigh.
"I couldn't play the way . want-
ed to play," said Federer, whose.
defeat guarantees he will drop to
No. 3 in the rankings for the first
time since November 2003,
according to the ATP, "You just
don't feel as comfortable. You.
can't concentrate on each and
every point, because, you do feel
the pain sometimes."
He said his leg and back have'
bothered him since the grass-court
tournament .in Halle, Germany,
where Federer lost to Lleyton
Hewitt in the final a week before
Wimbledon started.
Before that match, Federer had
won 76 of his last 77 matches on
'grass. Now he's.lost two of six..
Against Berdych, Federer
whiffed on a forehand in the fourth.
game, but otherwise gave no obvij
ous indication he was4 troubled.
Berdych didn't notice anything


wrong.
"I mean, I don't know if he just
(is) looking for some excuses after
the match or something like that,"
said Berdych, who also beat
Federer at. Key Biscayne, Fla., in
March, after losing to him eight
times in a row.
Since winning his only 2010 title
at the Australian Open in January,
Federer has been to the semifinals'
at only three of eight tournaments.
So cue all- the questions about the
28-year-old's future.
Not surprisingly, he quickly dis-
missed a query about whether he
believes he can return to domi-
nance, saying: "Yeah, I do think
that. That's why I'm here."
Similar chatter arose when
Federer went through - gasp! -
three Grand Slam tournaments in
2008 without taking a title, losing
to Novak Djokovic ,in the
Australian Open semifinals and
Rafael Nadal in the French Open
and Wimbledon finals.
But Federer won the U.S. Open


that year, then won his first French
Open title in 2009 to complete a
career Grand Slam and tie Pete
Sampras' mark of 14 major titles.
A month later, Federer regained
his Wimbledon championship to
surpass Sampras.
"When you get older and you've
accomplished what Roger has, at
some point --- the guy's a human
being - he's going to have to sort
of face the fact that he's not'going
to win .these things and that he may
never win, another thing. So every-
one's sort of waiting, and predict-
ing, when that's' going to happen,"
said seven-time major title winner
John McEnroe, a TV analyst for
NBC. "(But) let's not forget, that.
was a couple of years ago, when he
lost to Nadal in the final here: It
was over. He was done. He's a
bum."
Berdych never had been past the
quarterfinals at a Grand Slam until
Paris. If he's going to reach his
first major final, he'll need to elim-
inate No. 3 Djokovic on Friday.


manager Danny Ainge said
in the two-sentence state-
Iment. Rivers did not imme-
diately return'a' message
left at his hotel in San
Antonio, where he" was
watching his son, Austin,
play in an international'
under-18 tournament.
The inability to watch his
four children play in sports
was one of the major things
pulling Rivers toward tak-
ing time off from coaching.
He said, at last week's
NBA draft that he was hop-
ing there would be some
compromise .that would
allow him to give both his
personal and 'professional
lives proper attention.
Rivers lives in the Orlando
'area in the offseason, and
his family remains there.
Rivers' decision does not
mean that .the nucleus of
the Celtics team that won
the franchise's unprece-
dented 17th NBA title in
2008 will be back for a run


in 2010-11.
Paul Pierce has reported-
ly said he will opt out of
his, contract and become a
free, agent, and Ray Allen
is also due to become a free
agent, on Thursday.
Without them, the
Celtics would need to
make a. big splash' in free
agency to contend.
Kevin Garriett is under
contract for two more
years and point guard
Rajon Rondo signed an
extension last fall that
would keep him in Boston
through the 2014-15 sea-
son. Kendrick Perkins,
who could miss six months
or more with torn knee lig-
aments, has one 'year left
on his deal.
Rivers has , a career
coaching record of 451-
380, with a 46-40 playoff
mark. With the Celtics, he
is' 280-212 with a 41-30
postseason record.
He' guided Boston to a


have to step our games up. That would mean Riley
For now, it's just me, Mike, believes he can make. the,
and D-Wade.". ' roster upgrades Wade
That is, if D-Wade stays: wants, because without
put. , . them, Wade said he would
Mourning told the peo-_ look elsewhere.
nIP aL tih WadirU nllyr flin


pic ill at t ct e rau ly tIiat
the team expects the former
NBA scoring champion to
stay and is increasingly
confident. it will happen.


overall,
, "We've had a good sum-
mer. We've won more than
we've lost," the coach said.
"We've found some guys
who'will be able to play for
us, some who I didn't
expect ,to be able to pro-
duce, so that's a plus."
Graceville will next play
Holmes County on July 5
in a home doubleheader
starting at 4 p.m. before
finishing the summer
schedule the following day
against Chipley on the
road.
Sneads, will be back in
action today against
Liberty County before fac-
ing East Gadsden on
Friday, with both games on
the road.
' -


Inr this file photo, Boston Celtics head coach Doc Rivers
speaks to the media at the team's training facility in
Waltham, Mass. -Mary Schwalm/Assoctated Press


66-16 record and the
Celtics' record 17th NBA
title two years ago.
This season, the Celtics


returned to the NBA finals
before losing in seven
games to the Los Angeles
Lakers.


"Pat Riley is a company
guy," Mourning said. "He's
going to do what he can to
make sure the organization
is successful. I can't read
Pat's mind, but in my 16.


years of being around this
man, -I do know he's going
to do everything remotely
possible to bring a world
championship back to .this
organization."


Celtics coach Doc Rivers will return for 2010-11


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