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

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

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STAFF REPORT
The town of Campbellton says
it is installing an automated red
light camera this month.
The camera is being put at the
intersection of State Road 2 and
U.S. Highway 231.
The camera is being monitored
by the town and American Traffic'
Solutions, a Scottsdale, Ariz.
company that operates automated
traffic cameras and toll enforce-
ment programs in a number of
states.,
A news release fr6m the town
of Cambellton states citations
will be issued for vehicles pho-
tographed running red lights at
that intersection.


Salvatore. Pascarelli hik
- through Jackson County in
April of this year. -Floridan
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BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - A r
on a cross-country hiking
from Florida to San Diego
raise money for cancer resea
has gone missing in Arizona.
Police say Salvatore Pascar
of Brooksville, Fla. last talked
his girlfriend on June 27. He t
her he was leaving Flagstaff
northern Arizona the next .
and heading to Yuma, which is
the U.S.-Mexico border and
the way to San Diego.
Pascarelli, who is in his ']
40s, carries a GPS locator t
stopped working around 9
p.m. June 27. Flagstaff pol
also say his cell phone has eit
been turned off or lost power.
Pascarelli's family says h
kept in regular contact since
began his journey and that
extremely strange they have
heard from him.
He passed through Jacks
See HIKE, Page 9A


STAFF REPORT
A shootout in an .open field
near Apalachee Correctional
Institution left a Sneads police
officer and a suspect wounded
early Saturday morning.
The pursuit of the. suspect
involved multiple state and law
enforcement agencies. The sus-
pect eventually turned himself in.
Both the suspect and the
police officer were in stable
condition as of Saturday after-
noon.
According to Jackson County
Sheriff Lou Roberts, Sneads
Officer Brett Preston was pursu-
ing a car in which Lawrence
Curtis Baker Jr. was a passenger
around 8:30 a.m.
When the car neared the
prison, the driver stopped,
Baker jumped out and shots
were exchanged between Baker
and Preston.
After the exchange of gunfire,
Baker jumped a slow-moving
train. He eventually got off the
train and continued to elude
officers.
A relative eventually accom-
panied Baker as he turned him-
self in to law enforcement.


See SHOT, Page 9A >


Investigators search for evidence in a field off of U.S. Highway 90 near the scene of a shooting involv-
ing a Sneads police officer and a suspect. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


This holiday, officials urge safety first
BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Many :in Jackson County will celebrate . ,

ing Independence Day with family, friends,
lte grills, swimming pools - or .sprinklers and
colorful fireworks.
le But with all the fun comes a need for cau-
tion - not just physical safety, but legal con-
siderations as well.
Although some may find it hard to believe,
based on the amount of fireworks sold and
shot off around the state every Fourth of July,
Florida law prohibits the use of fireworks
that leave the ground- or explode, unless the
S person is certified to do so by with an author-
ized permit.
The only permitted "fireworks" are what
the state considers a "sparkler." This includes
snakes or glow worms, smoke devices, trick
noisemakers, party poppers, booby traps,
snappers, trick matches that produce a spark,
cigarette loads and other novelties.
an Anyone caught violating the state's fire-
anan
trip works laws could be charged with a misde-
to meanor and may face up to a year in jail, or a
rch $1,000 fine.
But for all those planning to have some -
elli legal fun with sparklers and other novelties,
d to local emergency personnel still ask everyone
old to stay safe this Fourth.:
tin "Fireworks are fun and festive, but they can
day turn deadly in a short period of time,"
on Marianna Fire Marshal and Assistant Fire
on Chief Nicky Lovett said.
Lovett warns residents to never let children
ate handle, play with or light fireworks. Other
hat safety tips offered by Lovett this holiday
:30 weekend:
ice * Always use fireworks outside in a clear, :
her open space.' .
SKeep the audience a safe distance away.
e's Never aim or throw fireworks in the direc-
he tion of another person.
it's.. * Always purchase from a licensed, reliable
n't dealer, and use only what is allowed by state. , " .',
law.
on * Always have, a hose or bucket of water
son nearby and ready, if it's needed. O.J. Hayes and Toosie Pete look over some of the fireworks for sale at TNT Fireworks stand
A - * Be careful with fire when barbecuing. off Highway. 71 in Marianna. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


SUNDAY


Board to offer teachers incentives to take on more work


District trying to meet,
state class size mandates
BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER,
The Jackson County School Board
authorized a memorandum of understand-
ing Thursday regarding compensation for
voluntary teaching assignments , which
will be presented to the local teacher's
union for approval next week.
The agreement between the district and
the Jackson County Education Association
outlines pay for additional teaching
assignments, created to keep the district


within state-mandated class size caps.
Class size reductions in the state of
Florida have caused districts statewide to
rearrange operations. and the number of
teachers. In lieu of hiring additional teach-
ers, which many districts are currently
unable to afford, districts are looking to
the option of co-teaching' classrooms, or
incentives for teachers to take on heavier
work loads.
Florida statues state that beginning in
the 2010-11 school year, class sizes for
pre-kindergarten through third grade may
-not exceed 18 students. Grades four
, through eight may not exceed 22 students,
and grades nine through 12 may not
exceed 25 students.


In order to meet'this requirement, dis-
trict officials have offered principals the
option of co-teaching classrooms - two
teachers instructing a classroom which
exceeds the class size requirement- as
well as the option of adding more classes
to teachers' schedules.
The memo states "when additional
classes are needed for a school to meet
class by class requirements, a principal
may add additional classes to the sched-
ule."
Teachers of core academic subjects who
meet certification requirements may vol-
unteer to accept additional assignments to
teach seven periods per day, instead of six.
' These teachers will see their work day


extended from seven hours and 45 minutes
to eight hours and 35 minutes.
As an incentive for those willing to take
on a heavier load, the district has proposed
to pay an additional 10 percent of the
teacher's, contracted salary for that extra
50 minutes.
At a special meeting Thursday, the
board approved the agreement, which is
still awaiting union approval.
Jackson County Education Association
President Catherine Stone was present
Thursday, and expressed some opposition
to the agreement.
Teachers taking on the additional class-
See BOARD, Page 9A I>


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report an error, please call
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July 4--.Sunday
* The Gilmore Academy and Jackson
County Training School reunion is July 1-4.
Call 482-7497.
* A July 4th Family Celebration, presented
'by the Orange Hill Volunteer Fire
Department and the Cypress Hill
Community Church, starts at 5 p.m. at the
fire department -at County Roads 273 and
276, Chipley. Tyndall AFB fly-over sched-
uled for 6 p.m.; fireworks at 9 p.m. Kids'
activities, food, gospel -music and more.
Free admission. Bring lawn chairs, blankets.
No coolers or alcohol allowed. Call 850-.
260-2687 or 850-814-5937.

July 5 - Monday
* The 25th annual ,Freedom Springs
Triathlon (adult/kids swim-bike-run, event)
at Blue Springs Recreation Park, 5461 Blue
Springs Road in Marianna, begins with the
adult swim at 7 a.m.; kids race at 8:45 a.m.
Athletes, there is no race-day registration.
Registration closed June 20. Entry fee for
family/friends/other spectators: $2. Awards
ceremony begins at approximately 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 thie Bascom Community
Center; and 2-3 p.m. (preschool age), and
3:15-4:15 p.m. (school age) in the
Greenwood, City Hall. ,Hear stories, make
crafts, earn prizes and books by reading or
being read to. Call 482-9631 for reserva-.
tions.
* Today is the application deadline for
Chipola College Fall 2010 classes.
Applications for admission are available in
the Admissions Office in the Student
Service Building or . online at


www.chip.ola.edu. Call 718-2284.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.

July 6 - Tuesday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is
sold out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and.
Saturday in' the Jackson County
Courthouse parking lqt. The state certified
farmers' market accepts FMNP/WIC and
Elder Affairs coupons.
* St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.
in Marianna, is having its "After July 4th
Blow-out Sale," July 6, 8, 13 and 15.
Clothing only, buy one at regular price, get
second (equal or lesser value) for half-'
price, and the third one free. Call 482-3734.
* Jackson County Public Library's
Summer Reading Program is 10-11 a.m.
(preschool age), and 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
(school age) in the.' Citizens Lodge,
Marianna; and 2-3 p.m. (preschool age),
and .3:15-4:15 p.m. (school age) in the
Malone City Hall. Hear stories, make crafts,
earn prizes and books by reading or being
read to. Call 482-9631 for reservations.
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in
Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson:'County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* Jackson County Quilters Guild Mariahna
Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m. in the First
United Methodist Church YouthHall,, Clinton
Street, behind the Marianna Post Office. Call.
272-7068.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),


8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in.
the AA room.
* The Childbirth Education Class-series
begins Tuesday, July 6, 5:30-8:30 p.m. and
continues each Tuesday through July 27, in
the ground floor classroom., of Jackson
Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive, Marianna.
Husbands/other supporters invited. Bring a
pillow.for relaxation. Materials, snacks pro-
vided. FOCEP curriculum by Jackson
County Health Department staff. No cost.
Contact 526-2412, ext. 162.

July 7 - Wednesday
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* Jackson County Public Library's
.Summer Reading Program is 10-11 a.m.
(preschool age), and 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
(school age) in the First Baptist Church,
Sneads; and 2-3 p.m. (preschool age), and
3:15-4:15 p.m. (school age) in the Grand
Ridge Community Center. Hear stories,
make crafts, earn prizes and books by read-
ing or being. read to. Call 482-9631 for
reservations.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
12-1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting
ceremony for DaVita - Marianna Dialysis
Center, 2930 Optimist Drive, Marianna, at 3
p.m. An open house with refreshments fol-
lows until 5:30 p.m. Public invited to see
the new facility (a block west of
Pennsylvania Avenue), meet the. staff and
enjoy a backyard cookout. For more, call
Ashley Thompson, 482-5328, or the
Chamber, 482-8060.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna -Police
Department listed the
following Incidents for
July 1, the latest available
report: One accident
without injury, -one stolen
vehicle, one burglary, pne
burglary of a vehicle, one
verbal disturbance, one
drug offense, eight traffic
stops, one follow-up
investigation, one juve-
nile complaint, one
assault, two assists of
another agency and two
public service calls.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and
Jackson Fire Rescue list-
ed the following incidents
for July 1 and 2, the latest
available report? One
drunk driver, one hit and
run vehicle, two accidents
with injury, three acci-
dents without injury, three
accidents with unknown


injury, one missing adult,
one missing juvenile, one
stolen tag,' two stolen
vehicles, two abandoned
vehicles, four reckless
drivers, six suspicious
vehicles, s
one suspi- -
cious inci-
dent, four ,,".-
suspici.ous'CRIME
persons,
four information reports,
three funeral escorts, two
highway obstructions, one
special detail, two funeral
escorts, one highway
obstruction, one mental
illness, five physical dis-
turbances, nine verbal
disturbances, one robbery,
17 medical calls, two traf-
fic crashes, five drug
offenses, one power line
down, six medical calls,
three traffic accidents, six
burglar alarms, two fire
alarms 81 traffic stops, six
larceny complaints, one
criminal mischief com-
plaint, seven papers


served, four civil dis-
putes, two found/aban-
doned properties, six fol-
low-up investigations, one
juvenile complaint, one
assault, two disturbances;
one noise disturbance,
one animal complaint,
two dog complaints, three
fraud reports, three assists
of motorists, six assists of
another agency, 17 public
service calls, four trans-
ports, one patrol request,
three threats and two
counterfeit money
reports.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
- William Johnson, 22,
5994 Highway 2,
'Bascom, knowingly driv-
ing while license sus-
pended * or revoked,
expired temporary tag


more thap seven days.
'- David Melanchuk, 23,
2687 Rail Road,
Cottondale, violation of
state probation.
-Kenji Taylor, 32,.
. 1906 Bates Avenue,
Eustis, fugitive from jus-
tice (Ga.).
- Kyle Sims, 21, 1471
Chuck Drive, Marianna,
possession of less than 20.
grams of marijuana, pos-
session of drug parapher-
nalia.
- Ramsey Johnson, 39,
2931 Orange Street,
Marianna, violation of
county probation.
- Ellis Green, 42, 4235
Hampton Lane,
Shreveport, La., posses-
sion of less than 20 grams
of marijuana.
- Quintin Speights, 29,
6072 Baymar Lane,
Marianna, unemployment
compensation fraud.
- Dewayne White, 37,
2729 Emphesus Church
Road, Campbellton, fail-


ure to appear (resisting
without violence), posses-
sion of less than 20 grams
of marijuana,, resisting
without violence, non-
payment of child support.
- Gregory Jackson, 35,
3099 Bayberry Road,
Cottondale, . no motor
vehicle registration.
- Johnny Wilson, .24,
2006 Jacob Road,
Cottondale, resisting
without violence.
- John. Gooden, 46,
2371 Main St., Jacob,
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
- Leslie Nesmith, 34,
6064 Raymar Lane,
Marianna, battery-domes-
tic violence.
JAIL POPULATION: 255
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 5.26-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Blue Star Mothers meeting
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Homes hanging a flag in their
windows with a blue or gold star
belong to the Blue Star Mothers of
America.
The blue star flag, was created in
1917. It was designed and pAtented
by World War I Army Capt. Robert L.
Queissner of the 5th Ohio Infantry
who had two sons serving, and quick-
ly became the unofficial symbol of a
child in service.
Also during World War I, the blue
star became gold if a service member
was killed or died on active duty. The
blue stands for hope and pride; the
gold for sacrifice to the cause of lib-
erty and freedom.
Blue Star Mothers of America is a L
non-profit veterans' service organiza-
tion comprised of mothers who now
have, or have had, children honorably
serving in the military.
An organizational chapter meeting
is set for Thursday, July 15, 7 p.m.
El T at the American Red Cross,
1115 Easterwood Drive, Tallahassee.
The chapter .will serve Leon,
Gadsden, Jefferson, Wakulla, Liberty,
Calhoun, Taylor, Jackson and
Franklin counties. Citizens of neigh-
boring counties are welcome to take
part.
Fathers, spouses, aunts, uncles,
fiances, sisters, brothers and grand-
parents are invited to become ass6ci-
ate members. For more information,
call 850-893-0919.
On the Net:
www.bluestarmothers.org

Parks and Recreation Month'


Entry at state
parks free July 17

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Recognizing the bene-;
fits of time spent outdoors.
in 'Florida's environment,
Gov. Charlie Crist.recent-
ly signed a' proclamation,
highlighting July as Parks
and Recreationi Month.
The Florida Department
of Environmental
Protection's Division of
Recreation and Parks,
along, with Gov. Crist, is
encouraging families and
frie ddsi to explore anl
enjoy nature and celebrate
the 75th Anniversary of
Florida State Parks.
Continuing the theme of
"Family. Friends. Fun.,"
Florida's 160 state parks
will host. events .through-
out the' state for individu-
als and families of all ages
and interests. Day-use
entry into all state parks
(except Skyway Fishing
Pier) will be free r on


Saturday, July 17 to pro-
vide an opportunity for
residents and visitors to
head outdoors and experi-
ence Florida's environ-
ment.
"Parks and Recreation
Month increases aware-
ness of the value and
important , benefits of
recreation and parks to
individuals,, families and
communities," said DEP's
Deputy Secretary of Land
and Recreation Bob
Ballard. "Florida's state
parks provide an excellent
avenue to escape from the
rigors of every day. life
and epijoy all of the bene-
fits and treasures of the.
great outdoors."
Florida's state parks
will also offer an
Independence Day ,photo
contest for Twitter follow-
ers, . allowing visitors to
share their Parks and
Recreation Month memo-
ries. Participants can enter
to. win a free Family
Annual Entrance Pass. and


other prizes simply by
.tweeting their favorite
photo taken at a Florida
state park from July 1
through July 10, 2010. For
contest information follow
Florida State Parks on
Twitter at
www.twitter.com/FLState
Parks.,
Select events through-
out the state are listed
below. To view a .full list
of park events visit,
www.floridastateparks.org
/thingstodo/events.cfm.

NORTHWEST FLORIDA
Early Boat Tour
Wakulla Springs State Park
Saturday, July 10, 8 a.m.

Participants will, enjoy
the early morning sights
.and sounds as they cruise
the scenic Wakulla River.
Breakfast is available in the
historic Wakulla Springs
Lodge. The event is $10 for
adults and $7 for children.
For more information, call


850-926-0700.

Breakfast with a Ranger
Topsail Hill Preserve State
Park
Saturday, July 10, 9-10:30
a.m.
Join the rangers; of
Topsail Hill Preserve State
Park and ask them all the
questions you can think of
about park life. This pro-
gram is family oriented and
ideal for the whole family
to enjoy. To cover the cost
of food, please bring $4,
which goes to Friends of
Topsail Hill Preserve State
Park to enhance the park or
bring .your own breakfast.
Park entry fee for this event
is waived. For more infor-
mation, call 850-267-8330.
To learn more about the
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Dayspring Christian Academy


Fourth Nine-weeks Honor Roll


1st Grade
All A - Alana Kerr, Rebecca
Mercer, Brody Alday, Chase
Maddox, 'Gracie Shields, Victoria
Jakelsky and Whitnie Yoder.
A/B - Ashbey Woodall, Charity
Petorson, Chelsea Gardner, Cole
Nobles, Daija.Bennett, Kahlan Hall
and Lee Bethea.

2nd Grade '
All A - Anni Beebe, Caroline
Bishop, Megan Blaylock,- Izec
Isabella, Benjamin Knowles, Paige
McKinnie, Aryn O'Dell, Nathan
Shumaker, Abigail- Watson and
Anslie Yoder.
; A/B - � C den Akerson,. Faith
Castleberry, Dalton Jones, Kinsley


BY THOMAS VINCENT
MURPHY

I have always. had a
tremendous amount of
admiration and respect for
anyone with 'a mental or
physical handicap who is
still able to make his or her
way through life, despite
the challenges they face.
Over the years we have
seen the strong musical tal-
ents displayed by Ray
Charles, country star
Ronnie Milsap, and one of
the most popular entertain-
ers in history, Stevie
Wonder, who shared a very.
significant similarity; they
were all legally blind. Yet
they were able to rise to the
top of their field.
In politics, New York
Gov. David A. Paterson,
despite blindness, rose to
great heights. Even .the
most hard-hearted person
had to be moved, by seeing-
Christopher Reeve, an
actor known for playing the
powerful role of Superman,
and how his real life took a
drastic turn after he had a
terrible horse-riding acci-
dent. He became a quadri-


Mercer and Taylor Green.

3rd Grade
All A - Zachary Ford, Fonak
Gocool, Elijah Isabella and Jonah
Mercer.
A/B - Corey Akerson, Abante'
Gardner, Sydney Nobles, Amanda
Shields and Jamison Spencer.

4th Grade
, All A - Cassie Brown, Gunnar
Nebel and Ethan Sapp.
A/B - Henry Knowles, Kayla
McKinnie, Len. Nobles, Olivia
Wester, Nathalie Yoder, Mack
Williams and Tyler Justiss.

5th Grade


plegice, but his fighting spir-
it gave him strength to start
the Christopher Reeve
Foundation to help others
with spinal chord and other
related injuries.
" Over the years, the hand-
icapped and those with dis-
abilities have been misun-
derstood by many of this
country's general popula-.
-tion. I was one of those
individuals, until I experi-
enced first hand what life is
like when you have an indi-
vidual with a disability
within the structure of your
own family. What started


All A - Jonathan Long, Ryan
Redfern and Joshua Wynn.
A/B - Marcus Bishop and
Allyson Vickery.

6th Grade
All A - Binny GoCool and
Brennan Price.
'A/B - Lauren Canada; Carylee
Sapp and Grace Wester.

7th Grade
All A -' Brooke Canada.
A/B - Isabella Renaud.
8th.Grade
All A - Anne Marie Sapp and
Gabrielle Simpson.
A/B - Patrick Fortunato, Karissa
Hollis and Chloe West.


re very special
out as a puzzling situation, capped or di
and' questions like "why You may fi:
me?" quickly became a ,good deal o
blessing in many ways. That may
I have learned that the folks, but
most different, shaky and works for n
unpredictable people I have Often, p
met during my lifetime themselves
have been those who are various rea
considered to be without it's because
disabilities or handicaps; or a person's
those who consider them- they are h
selves "normal" in all have a dis
aspects. haps becaun
Some of the funniest, less money
warmest and exciting situa- may have ta
tions that I have experi- but I have
enced in life have been you waste t
connected to my experi- udiced in an
ences with the handi- you could
capped, or those with dis- some great
abilities. For some reason, during your
it is not quite as easy to get If someor
straight answers from some different thi
of our citizens these days they were
as it was in the past. If you way, or be
ask a simple question, because of
where the answer should be misfortune,
yes or no, why do so many them any
people give long, compli- because fr
cated answers? If you want point, and t
some quick answers with- their own ey
out fancy words,. even as special a
though you may not always greater fact
like the answers, ask ques- God's eye
tions to some of our handi- equal.
T


gifts
disabled citizens.
nd, as I have, a
f blunt honesty.
surprise some
it definitely
ie.
people separate
from others for
sons; whether
of the color of
skin, because
handicapped or
ability, or per-
se someone has
than them. It
ken me a while,
learned that if
ime being prej-
ny way or form,
miss out on
at experiences
r lifetime.
ne looks or acts
ian you, because
born a certain
came that way
an accident or
don't consider
less than you;
*om my view-
hrough.many of
yes, they are just
is you. An even
is that through
s, we are all


Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, July 4, 2010" 3A


Mills, Downum


John Downum and Krista
Mills are pleased to announce
their engagement and
forthcoming marriage.
Krista is. the daughter of
Gail Mills of Sneads, and.
Buddy Mills of Sneads. Her
maternal grandparents are Bill
and Jeanette. Worthinigton of
Chattahoochee, and G.B. and
Arletha Williams of Grand
Ridge.
John .is the son of the late


Glenn and. the. late Lajuana
Downum of Blountstown. His
maternal grandmother is
Wanda Fortner 'of
Blountstown.
The happy couple plan to be
married Saturday, July 31,
2010, at 2 p.m. CDT in 'the
Sneads Assembly of God
Church, River Road, Sneads.
Friends and relatives of the
couple are invited, to attend.
No invitations will be mailed.


.MLook Tall.L

News, Events, Special Programs,
and Good Books from

Jackson County

Public Library
Marianna, Graceville, and the Bookmobile

"Mockingbird"
By Charles Shields
Reviewed by Barbara Grant

This month, July 2010, marks 50 years since the
publication of ' To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper
Lee. That American classic was the first book I
reviewed when Book Talk was started in January of
this year. The book 'I am reviewing today,"
Mockingbird," is a well-written and very interesting
biography of Harper Lee.
But first, let's continue to celebrate 50 years of "To
Kill a Mockingbird." All over the country, events are
being planned to recognize the book. Miss Lee's
hometown, Monroeville, Ala., will as usual have its
annual re-creation of the courtroom scene from the
book, a live production staged in and on the grounds
of the old county courthouse. Tom Brokaw arid other
authors will read from' the book in ceremonies in
their hometowns.
Miss Lee; as is her practice, continues to avoid any
publicity and will not participate in any of the events.
But don't let this fact mislead you about Nelle
Harper Lee. The woman is no recluse. She remains,
at her advanced age, a lively, humorous and full-of-
life member of her family and her community. Her
friends call her by her first name, Nelle (rhymes with
bell), but she chose to use her middle name as the
book's author because she thought people would
mispronounce Nelle as if it were spelled Nelly.
. Few novels have achieved the popularity of her
Pulitzer Prize-winning book. Even after 50 years, it
continues to sell 1 million copies a year. And in the
* past five years it has been the second best-selling
backlist tite in the country, second only to the novel
"The Kite Runner."
Miss Lee had special ties to Marianna, visiting rel-
atives on Clinton Street when she was young. Her
father farmed near Chipley, and taught school in
Jackson County before moving to Monroeville. Her
99-year-old sister and best friend still practices, law
in Monroeville, and according to Southern Living
magazine, dresses in a business suit and tennis shoes
to go to her office.
Even though Nelle Lee does not like to appear in
public or sign her book, a Jackson County resident,
Inez Crawford, met her in the Beehive Coffee and
Books while in Monroeville, and Miss Lee was kind
enough to sign Inez's book. If you know Inez, you
know she's the kind of lady Nelle Lee would like.
I recommend 'that you read "Mockingbird" by
Charles Shields. It is a wonderful story of the life of
Nelle Harper Lee. And even though Miss Lee would
have nothing to do with helping Mr. Shields, he has
done an honest job telling the life story of this unusu-
al 84-year-old lady. Alan Barber, our librarian, gave
the a copy of this book.to show his appreciation for
my writing the weekly book reviews. I appreciate
That, and have enjoyed working with Alan as a
library volunteer.

Barbara Grant is a library volunteer



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EDITORIAL


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Publisher: Valeria Roberts


Managing Editor: Michael Becker


Our Opinion

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Time to


reflect and.


enjoy

This year, the date we commemo-
rate our independence comes just days
after the community welcomed home
the men and women of the National
Guard's 144th Transportation
Company.
The Marianna Guard unit spent a
year in Iraq. What better way for them
to get reacquainted with family and
friends than a three-day weekend?
.And not just any three-day weekend,
but one during which the country's-
pride in its achievements will be on
display.
Many of our readers will no doubt
head out to gee the fireworks displays,
or set off a few of their own. There
will be backyard cookouts, trips to the
beach, and other outings planned.
We urge everyone to take precau-
tions if and when using fireworks,: and
not to drink and drive. Between the
'explosives and the many celebrations,
July 4th weekends can be dangerous,
even deadly for some.
We also urge everyone to remember
not just the 144th, but all the other
men and women in harm's way in Iraq
and Afghanistan, who can't be home
to spend this holiday with their loved
ones.
Have a safe and happy Fourth of
July.


CONTACT' YOUR


REPRESENTATIVE
Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 7
Marti.Coley@myfloridanhouse.gov
Capitol office .
319 The, Capitol
402 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-2873
District office
Building L, Room 108 Chipola College
3094 Indian Circle
Marianna,;FL'32446-1701
(850) 718-0047
Rep. Brad Drake, R-District 5
Brad.Drake@myfloridahouse.gov
Capitol office
313 House Office Building
402 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-4726
District office
NWFL State-Chautauqua Campus #205
908 U.S. Highway 90 West
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433-1436
(850) 892-8431
Sen. Al Lawson Jr. D-District 6
Tallahassee office
228 Senate Office Building
404 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1100
(850) 487-5004


LETTERS To THE EDITOR
Submit letters by either mailing to Editor,
P.O. Box 520, Marianna FL, 32447 or
faxing to 850-482-4478 or send e-mail to
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BY MARSHA MERCER
Senate confirmation hearings
often show us more about sen-
ators and the state of the coun-
try than about the nominee.
The Judiciary Committee's
questioning ot Elena Kagan
Was no exception:
, While not suspenseful -
everybody agreed Kagan's con-
firmation to the Supreme Court
was inevitable - the electiofl-
year hearings gave Democrats
and Republicans a chance to
remind core supporters why
they should care.
Democrats posed questions
aimed at letting the first
woman Solicitor General and
first woman dean of Harvard
law school shine. Republicans
tried to provoke her into saying
something - anything! - rev-
elatory of her political or per-
sonal views.
Kagan, though, wasn't into
confession. Through 500, ques-
tions during 17 hours on the
'hot seat, she remained calm,
confident and deft with a quip.
But the hearings did reveal a
sharp contrast in views about a
quintessentially American
theme: freedom.
An exchange involving Sen.
Tom Cobum, R-Okla., and
Amy Klochubar, D-Minn.,
exposed a fault line around the
question: Are Americans.freer
today than 30 years ago?
Coburn, a physician from.
Muskogee who is 62, thinks
not. He waxed nostalgicgabout
Americans' freedom in, 1980,


and asked Kagan how her free-
dom three decades ago com-
pares with her freedom today.
Kagan stalled. She hadn't
really thought about that
before, she said. "How old was,
',1.30 years ago?"
"You were 20," Coburn sup-
plied helpfully.
Cobum argues that health-
care reform, with its require-
ment that individuals purchase
health insurance, impinges on
personal freedom. He likened
the health-insurance require-
ment to a hypothetical congres-
sional mandate that people eat
three fruits and three vegeta-
bles a day. Would such a law
be constitutional? he asked..
That would be a "dumb law,"
Kagan said, sidestepping.
Coburn and other conserva-
tives blame overreaching gov-
ernment programs for
Americans' waning confidence,
in government. Only 22 per-
cent of Americans have confi-
dence in Congress, he said.
"A lot of Americans are los-
ing confidence because they're
losing freedom," Cobum r
opined.
Enter Klochubar, who like
Kagan was 20 in 1980. She
called Cobum out on the free-
dom question.
"Were we really more free, if
you were a woman in 1980?"
Klochubar asked.
In 1980, there was only one
woman in the Senate and no
women on the Supreme Court.
A woman senator did not get a'
seat on the Senate Judiciary


Committee until after Anita
Hill testified in Clarence,
Thomas's Supreme Court con-
firmation hearings in 1991.
Freedom, Klochubar said, is
in the eye of the beholder.
And Kagan, ho6 hbadn'i
answered Cobum directly,.
allowed that women do hae
more freedom today;,
Klochubar asked Kagan
about progress toward
women's equality. Women
make up 50 percent'of law
school students around the
country, but very few have
attained leadership roles,
Kagan said,. There's also not
enough diversity in law firms,
said Kagan, who avoided
.blaming anyone but. cited struc'-
tural obstacles, such as holv to
balance work and family.
We hear little today about
government's role in achieving
women's equality or freedom.'
These days, most of the loud
talk about freedom comes from
the political right. Polls find
, that large groups of voters are
frustrated and fear their rights
are being eroded. Republicans
and teadpartiers decry President
Obama's policies as usurping
individual rights. Talk show
hosts dine regularly on the
demise of freedom.
"We're % arching freedom
e% aporate and erode every day
right in front of our eyes,"
Rush Limbaugh declared the
other day
Nearly half of Americans -
48 percent - see the govern-
ment as a threat to individual


rights rather than as a protector
of those rights, according to a
new Rasmussen Reports sur-
vey.
And yet, the survey shows a
sharp partisan divide. Amorig,
Republicans, 74 percent con-
sider government a threat to
individual rights. Among
Democrats. however. 64 per-
cent regard government as a :
protector of rights.
Notably, Democrats see
Arizona's anti-immigrant law
as eroding civil rights. The
American Civil Liberties
Union, whose slogan is
"Because Freedom Can't
Protect Itself," urges supporters
to donate because, "The need
'has never been greater for free-
dom-loving .people to support
the ACLU."
Those who decide elections-
are split too. The Rasmussen
survey found 51 percent of
independent or unaffiliated vot-
ers believe government is a
- threat to individual rights.
Interestingly, "men strongly
believe it is more important for
the government to protect indi-
vidual rights, while women are
almost evenly divided on the
question," according to the sur-
vey.
Here's a question for your
next back) ard barbecue: Are
Aiericans freer today than 30
years ago?
Marsha Mercer writes
from Washington. You can
contact her at marsha.mer-
cer@yahoo.com.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Feds partly to blame
for oil spill
Dear editor,
SThis letter is regarding the
editorial in the Sunday, June
27 edition of the Jackson
County Floridan.
Having'read your editorial
twice, I find it very difficult to
accept that you believe BP is
solely responsible for the cat-
astrophic event in the Gulf of
Mexico.
Granted, BP's greed was
the cause, but we must
remember why they were
drilling in 5,000 feet of water,,
rather than shallow waters, on
land in Alaska, or using oil
shale reserves in our north-
west states. These areas are
off limits because of the con-
servationists lobby and the
present administration.
I understand wanting to
save the Earth, but at what
price?
Our "green" people don't
want oil drilling anywhere -
it may endanger life. Does
-that mean the Gulf of Mexico
has no useful life, because
they allow drilling in the Gulf
in 5,000 feet of water, with no
contingency plan should an
accident occur? If they were
convinced an accident in shal-
Slow water or on land would


be disastrous, what did they
think a mile-deep leak would
be?
Next, the federal govern-
ment is very much involved&
The waters being drilled
belong to the U.S., and as
such,, are controlled by our
government. The feds are sup-
posed to be the "watchdogs,"
and give direction - in this
case, to BP.
Yes, BP must pay, but why
did our government refuse aid
frvon other countries, especial-
ly the use of skimmer ships,
which were made available
three days after the disaster?
Not only did they refuse, but
the refusal was in written
form.
It has become very dis-
heartening listening to news
reports about how the federal
government has botched
things, and is hindering the
work being done by local
, governments.
Concluding my opinion,
this oil disaster reinforces my
belief that our federal govern-
ment is out of control and no
longer capable of doing its
job. It is too large and out of
touch with its citizens.
It is very difficult for me
say these things about our
leaders, but it's the way-see
things, and I feel your editori-
al should have been further


researched.
John Fiorot
Marianna

Homecoming for
144th was inspiring
Dear editor,
I have just witnessed a truly
beautiful sight.
The 144th Transportation
Company of the Florida
National Guard returned
Thursday from a tour in Iraq,
and the good citizens'of
sleepy Marianna turned out in
numbers to welcome them
home. From babies-in-arms to
great-grandparents, with pride
we thronged Lafayette Street.
As we stood waiting, we had
heard they were at Countryside
and on their way (yes, some of
us remember Countryside).
John Phillip Sousa's "Stars and
Stripes Forever" was playing,
and tears were in many eyes as
we remembered a time 40
years ago when other young
men returned home. Vietnam
veterans had vowed that
America would not forget
those who served, and they
came out in large numbers to
show their pride in these
newest comrades.
Excitement built as we saw
the approach of Sheriff Lou


Roberts' vehicle, closely fol-
lowed by a large honor guard
of veterans riding motorcycles
and flying colors.
Soldiers were packed onto
the tops of large fire trucks
for better visibility by fami-
lies and loved ones. Everyone
was waving small flags as the
music played on. I was
amazed to see how many
women were in the Guard
ranks, and I wondered how
many children in the crowd
were waiting for mom to
come home..
While the joy and pride to
have them home cannot be
diminished, one cannot help
but think of those who are
replacing these Guardsmen
who have returned today, and
how much longer there will
be this need.
We must all feel true grati-
tude to the men and women
who place themselves in
harm's way so that we may
.live in freedom.
Freedom is paid for with
the blood of the valiant and
must not be forgotten. It is
hard won and hard to keep,
but strive we must, if we are
to survive as a nation.
With grateful hearts,
Jackson County said welcome
home.

Sue Tindel


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Gilmore Academy/Jackson County Training School Reunion


Former students wave to the crowd during the parade
Friday for the Gilmore Academy and Jackson County
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Joe Francois and Mary Flowers were part of a float providing live music for the Gilmore Academy/Jackson
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Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, July 4, 2010" 7A


suspect denied bond


BY TAMARA LUSH
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

TAMPA - Two police offi--
cers gunned down during a traf-
fic stop were remembered
Saturday as family men devoted
to protecting the public, while
the convicted felon accused of
killing them was' ordered to
remain in jail the day after he
surrendered.
Dontae Rashawn Morris, 24,
was denied bail at his first court
appearance Saturday on two
counts of first-degree murder in
the shooting deaths of officers
David Curtis and Jeffrey Kocab"
early Tuesday. .
' Morris turned himself in at a
police station about 10:30 p.m.
Friday after detectives 'spent
more than -30 hours negotiating
- with an associate of his. His sur-
render ended an intense:, man-
hunt in which hundreds of offi-
cers in . tactical gear combed
apartment buildings, vacant
- homes 'and even 'waterways.
Detectives fielded more than
400; tips.
Hundreds attended a funeral
�for Curtis and , Kocab on
Saturday morning at the
Idlewild Baptist Church in Lutz.
The church's pastor, Ken
Whitten, opened the service. ,
-"We wanted to have a place
where we could come under one
roof as a city and a family and
Sas friends to mourn, to grieve, to
cry," Whitten said.,"Maybe even
" to laugh, and to honor those
who paid' the ultimate sacrifice


for us this day."
Tampa police Officer Dave
Michelson said Curtis was a
loving father, devoted husband
and proud police officer.
"When Dave wasn't working,
he was racing home to be with
his family," Michelson said.
"To him, being a police offi-
cer was personal. It wasn't a job
- it was a calling."
Charlie Helm, a Plant City
police officer, said Kocab didn't
. quit working when, the shift was
over. , .
, "hi his free time, .he nearly
cleaned- out a whole apartment
complex of crime," Helm said.
JIt was about 2:15.- a.m.
Tuesday when Curtis pulled.
over a man' and woman in a red
Toyota Camry. He called for
backup after seeing the man was'
wanted in Jacksonville for writ-
ing 'a bad check.: Six minutes
after Curtis -and Kocab
approached the car's passenger
side, a witness called 911' to
report they were shot: The offi-
cers were pronounced dead at a'
. hospital.
. At the hearing . Saturday,
Assistant Public Defender
Charles Traina said his office
has a conflict of interest in rep-
resenting Morris because it rep-
resents Cortnee Brantley,' who
also'faces charges in the case.
*'Another attorney will be
appointed for Morris.
Brantley, the car's driver, was
charged Friday with a federal
. count of witnessing,a felony and
not reporting it. A message left


Kelly Curtis, wife of slain, police officer David Curtis, holds her son Tyler during a memorial service
held in their honor Thursday in front of the Tampa Police department headquarters. -AP Photo/St.
Petersburg Times, Edmund D. Fountain


seeking comment on Brantley's
charges wasn't ,immediately
returned by the public: defend-
er's office.-
Police said' Morris also was
suspected in two other, slayirigs,
and by early Saturday he faced a
third murder charge in the May,
18 shooting death of a man
killed outside -his fainily's


Tampa apartment. A statement
from Tampa police Public
Information Officer Laura
McElroy said ballistic tests indi-
cate the same gun was used in
the officers' killings this week.
In the May 18 shooting, 21-
year-old Derek Anderson was
killed outside his family's'apart-
ment after detectives believe the


shooter tried to take Anderson's
backpack.
Hillsborougli County Sheriff
David Gee said Friday night that,
Morris also is considered a sus-
pect irn the June 8 death of a
father of four who was found
badly hurt on the side of a road
and' died while he was being
taken to a hospital.


Orlandoofficer charged in park ticket scheme
n.O r a n 06 -.... " .. ........ l .....


SBBY SUSAN JACOBSON
FOR THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

ORLANDO - Orlando
police Officei Wendell
Robey was a' high-school
resource . officer % ho
rrniooniighted at Universal
Orlando.
SInvestigators said :he
had another side business:
illegal Universal and Walt
Disney World ticket sales
on the classified adverti's-
ing , website
, craigslist.com. '
On Friday. Robey, 40,
and'his wife;, Sharon, 35,
surrendered at the Orange
County jail on several
felon .arid misdemeanor
charges relating to the
business, -including grand
theft, trafficking in stolen
property\ and identity
theft"
SCoirt ' documents
irleas'ed Friday show
Robey, his wife, two
employees at the Hard
Rock Hotel at Universal
and an employee of anoth-
er business were the sub-
ject of an undercover
investigation by the
Metropolitan Bureau of
Investigation that lasted
several months.
According to prosecu-
tion documents:
The couple began sell-
ing Wendell Robey's free
employee tickets, marked
"not for sale," about Sept.
1. Then they began buying
and selling other tickets,
express line passes and
parking passes. A bellman
at the Hard Rock Hotel
sold them room keys that


Man wanted
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

LAKEWOOD, Calif.--
A mah wanted in a 1981
fatal shooting in 'Florida
has .been arrested. in
Lakewood after authori-
ties say he provided his
thumb print to the
California Department of
Motor Vehicles. ,
Homicide detectives
from Florida's Lee County
Arrested James Edward
Sims after a stakeout
Friday morning at his
home in Lakewood, where
he lived for'19 years, Los
Angeles County sheriff's
officials said in a state-
ment.
Sims, 66, was wanted in
Fort Myers, Fla., for
allegedly shooting Roy
Radabaugh in the face Jan.
18, 1981, because the vic-
tim reportedly stalked,
Sims' then girlfriend,
authorities said.
Two days after the
shooting, a Florida court
'issued a murder - arrest
warrant for Sims.
Investigators said Sims
fled Florida, assumed the
name Willis Bronas and
took up residence in Los
Angeles County. .
The Radabaugh's. death ,
wag featured in a March,
22, 2005, episode of the
Fox television- series


could. b.e used to avoid
standing in line .at
Universal and to'park'for'
free at the hotel.
The Robeys. resold the
tickets in the parking lot
of a. tourist-area' TGI
Friday's which, is not
implicated including. at
least on instance in which
Shaton Robey brought'her,
.. twin toddlers with her,
documents show.
Unknown' t6 them, they
sold items to a Universal
Orlando detective and
MBI investigators, from
, Whhm they also bought
tickets. Shaion Robe 'told
authorities the. : couple
r i earned 10,000,to $15,000
a 'ear from ticket sales.
M Nlessages left on
Wendell Robey's 'tele-
phone Friday 'were .not
returned. On Wednesday,
when the- charges came to
light, he would not com-
m ment. The couple cooper-
ated .ith investigators.
1 Robey's base salarN at'
the police department,
where he has worked since
r December . 2000, is
$63;373. He has been. on,
paid lead since his superi-
ors became .aware of the
criminal, investigation.
said Dwain' Rikers. man-
ager of internal investiga-
tions. There, will be: a;
review of his status next
week,' Riyers said. Last
school semester, he was
stationed" at 'Dr. Phillips
High School across from
1 Universal.
According to .prosecu-,
tors, Wendell Robey paid
$40 apiece for one-day,


two-park tickets and sold
them 'for $80 to $100.
Express line passes, which
help. customers ' avoid a
wait, were included. A :
legitimate, ticket retails for
$109. Express passes cost
between $25.99 and $55.99
depending on the season.
' Parking costs $14 daily.
'Robey also bought 20
Universal tickets from an
undercover MBI agent for
$800 $40 apiece, as
opposed to a $109 retail
value, investigators said, ,.
In' one transaction,
Wendell Robey bought
400 free tickets for $40
apiece that were meant for
or used by range County
band students marching in'
the Macy's Thanksgiving
Day.' Parade / at Universal
Studios, agents said. He
told .investigators he
thought the money he was
paying a third party for the
tickets 'would go to the,
students -for a trip to
Atlanta. . ,
Ih December, the couple
resold tickets that' the
University of 'Central
Florida had bought legiti-
mately for $37 apiece,
prosecutors said:
Also implicated is Eric,
S minarski. 37, a bell cap-
tain at Hard Rock,. who
worked there for 10 years,
documents' show, He is
charged with theft, traf-,
ficking in stolen property,
identity theft and fraudu-
lent possession of tickets.
Swinarski told investi-
"gators he and Wendell
Robey were. "hustlers"
who traded, bought and


in 1981 slaying arrested
"America's : Most the California Department
Wanted." , ' of Motor Vehicles, author-
Detectives set up sur- ities said.
veillanc& ',on Sims' home Sims was being held at
Friday. He. was arrested the Lakewood Station,
without incident when he pending extradition pro-
stepped out of the, house ceedings, according to Los
just before 9 a.m.. ' . Angeles County sheriff's
,Lee County sheriff' ' Lt. Eduardo Hernandez'
detectives confirmed ' and inmate records.
Sims' identity and current Sims was expected to
address when Sims pro- make his first, appearance
vided his thumb print to in court Tuesday.


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sold theme-park tickets
for a few months.. docu-
ments state. Robe)y told
them he bought Universal
tickets from Swinarski,:
they said.
Another bell captain,
Nicholas Borey, 29, also is'
implicated. He had not
been arrested as of Priday
night.' -orey, a three-year
employee, told investiga-
tors he gave the Robeys 30
Hard Rock room-key'
cards over six months at
$5, apiece. Agents said the
Robeys sold the cards for
$10 each. .
The couple matched the-
key cards by gender of the
original buyer, who had:
either discarded them or
given' them to Borey tq
throw away, documents
show. The cards no longer
provided, access to a hotel
room, but they could be
used for express line pass-
es, and free parking at
Hard JFock,,until they
expired.
One other person, Paul
Chacoh, 26, also had not
been arrested Friday. �
Documents claim he stole
46 complimentary Walt,
Disney World tickets from
his employer,. Bags. &
Cars,. that were marked
not for sale, documents,
show. Wendell, Robey
ended up. buying those,.
prosecutors said.
The Robeys also. are
charged with' fraudulent


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possession of itheme-park collect sales tax. All are
tickets, engaging in busi- misdemeanors.
ness without paying They were released
Orange County, tax, fail- from jail after posting
ure to register with the .$9,750 bail each shortly
Florida Department of after they were booked
Revenue and failing to Friday.



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2ND PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
City of Cottondale is.applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) for a grant
under the Neighborhood Revitalization category in the amount of $600,000 under the Small Cities
Community Development Block Grant 'CDBG) Program FFY09. If for any reason the project is
.not funded undec this specified year's funding, the application will be reapplied under the FFY10
funding. 'For each activity that is proposed, 'at least' 70% of the funds must benefit low and
moderate Income persons. The activities, -dollar amounts, and estimated percentage benefit to
low and moderate income (LMI) persons for which the City is applying are:


%LMI
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TOTAL , $600,000.00
The project entails rehabilitation to the potable well and high service pumps, including waterline
upgrade. . ' ' : '
The City plans hot to displace any persons as a result of the planned CDBG funded activities.
The public hearing to receive citizen's views concerning the community's economic and
community development needs will be at the City of Cottondale Council Meeting Room, 2659
Front Street, Cottoridale, Florida, on July 12, 2010 at 6:00 .PM (local time). For information
.:.concerning the public hearing contact the Office of the City Clerk, 2659 Front Street, Cottondale,
Florida, 850-352-4361.'
- The public hearing is being conducted in a handicapped accessible location. Anyhandicapped
person requiring an Interpreter for the hearing impaired or the visually impaired should contact the
Office of.the City Clerk at least five calendar days prior to the meeting and an interpreter will be
provided. Any non-English speaking person wishing to attend the public hearing should contact
'Office of the City Clerk at least five calendar days prior to the meeting and a language interpreter
will be provided. To access a Telecommunication Device for Deaf persons (TDD) please contact
the Office of the City Clerk. Any handicapped person requiring special accommodation at this
meeting should contact Office of the City Clerk at least five calendar days prior to the public
hearing.
Pursuant to Section 102 of the HUD Reform Act of 1989, the following disclosures will be submitted
to DCA with the application. The disclosures will be made available by the City of Cottondale and
DCA for public inspection upon request. These disclosures will be available on and after the date
of submission of'application and shall continue to be available for a minimum of six years.
1. Other Government (federal, state, and local) assistance to the project in the form of a gift, grant,
loan, guarantee, insurance payment, rebate, subsidy, credit, tax benefit, or any other form of direct
or indirect benefit by source and amount;
2: The identities and pecuniary interests of all developers, contractors, or consultants involved in
the application for assistance or in the planning or development of the project or activity;
3. The identities and pecuniary interests of any other persons with the pecuniary -interest in
the project that can reasonably 'be expected to exceed $50,000 or 10% of the grant request
(whichever is lower);
4. For those developers, contractors, consultants, property owners, or others listed in two (2) or
three (3) above which are corporations, or other entities, the identification and pecuniary interests
by corporation Or entity of each officer, director, principal stockholder, or other official of the
entity;
5. The expected sources of all funds to be provided to the project by each of the providers of those
funds and the amount provided; and
6. The expected users of all funds by activity and amount.
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Amount
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Giant oil skimmer being tested in Gulf


BY TOM BREEN
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
NEW ORLEANS - Gulf of
Mexico cleanup crews working to
block millions of gallons of oil
from reaching land may soon have
a giant on their side, if a weekend
test of a new skimmer goes well.
The Taiwanese vessel dubbed
"A Whale," which its owners
describe as the largest oil skimmer
in. the world, began showing its
capabilities on Saturday just north
of the Macondo Deepwater well
site. An April 20 explosion on the
Deepwater Horizon rig there killed
11 workers and began what is now
the largest oil spill in Gulf history.
The vessel will cruise a 25-
square-mile test site through
Sunday, according to TMT
Shipping, the company that creat-
ed A Whale by retrofitting an oil
tanker after the explosion sent
millions of gallons of crude
spilling into the Gulf.
The U.S. Coast Guard, along
with BP, are waiting to see if the
vessel, which is 10.stories high
and as long as 3 1/2 football fields,
can live up to its makers' promise
of being able to process up to 21
million gallons of oil-fouled water
a day.
The ship works by taking in
water through 12 vents, separating
the oil and pumping the cleaned
seawater back into the Gulf..
"In many ways, the ship collects
water like an actual whale and
:pumps internally like a human
heart," TMT spokesman Bob


Grantham said in an e-mail.
A Whale is being tested close to
the wellhead because officials-
believe it will be most effective
where the oil is thickest rather
than closer to shore.
The ship arrived in the Gulf on
Wednesday, but officials have
wanted to test its capability as
well as have the federal
Environmental Protection Agency
sign off on the water it will pump
back into the gulf. Although the
ship cleans most of the oil from
seawater, trace. amounts of crude
remain.
The wait has frustrated some .
local officials, who say the mam--
moth skimier would be a game-
changer in. preventing drifting
streams of oil from washing
ashore on vulnerable coastlines.
During a Thursday tour of the
inlet to Barataria Bay, Louisiana
Gov. Bobby Jindal said it was
exasperating to have A Whale
anchored offshore instead of
being put to immediate use;-
""They've used the war rheto-
ric," Jindal said aboard a
Louisiana state wildlife boat float-
ing. in oil-slicked waters near
Grand Isle. "If this is really a war,
they need to be using every
resource that makes sense to fight
this oil before it comes to our
coast."
. A smaller flotilla of oil skim-
mers was: back at work along the
Gulf coast Saturday, after being
forced to stand down for several
-days because of nasty weather
whipped up by distant Hurricane


Ships and drilling rgs surround the Discover Enterprise as it continues to recover oil from the
Deepwater Horizon drill site in the Gulf of Mexico Saturday. -AP Photo/Judi Bottoni


Alex. - .:
The ,bad weather, also delayed
the hookup of a vessel called the
Helix Producer at the wellhead.
The ship can collect up to 25,000
barrels of oil'a day,. which would
virtually double the amount now
being captured at the site by two
other vessels and then burned or"
transferred to' other tankers.
'Retired Coast Guard Adm.
Thad Allen, the Obama adminis-
tration's point person in 'the oil
spill response, said Friday crews


will resume getting the Helix
Producer. in place over the week-
end, with production starting
around July 7.
Elswhere on the Gulf coast,
environmental Protection Agency
administrator Lisa Jackson visited
Pensacola Beach on Saturday, her
first trip to Florida since the explo-
sion and her sixth trip to the Gulf.
Jackson watched as workers in
yellow and orange vests flicked
penny-sized gobs of tar into nets,
sifting them to filter, out the sand


- and smaller pieces of tiar. Officials
overseeing the cleanup showed
her how the oil had been buried by
successive waves of sand, and,
how, more layers .with tar were
under the top layer of sand.
Jackson said that despite the
level of contamination on the
beaches, it should be up to local
officials to decide whether they
should be' closed. Officials in
Escambia County have posted oil,
warnings at beaches but not closed
them.


Satellite to monitor space debris s


BY DAN ELLIOTT
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
. DENVER - A new U.S.,
/ "- ,Air Force satellite will pro-
vide, the first \full-time,.
S-space-based surveillance of
hundreds of satellites and
thousands of pieces of
debris that could crash into
American and allied assets
:ircing the Earth. ,
If all goes as planned, the
Space-Based -Space
Surveillance satellite, sched-
uled for a Jily 8 launch from
Vandenberg Air Force Base,
Calif., will have an unob-
structed, around-the-clock
view of the increasingly:
heavy traffic in Earth orbit
---something the Air Force
doesn't have now.
Currently, the Air Force
relies on, a. ground-based
network of radar and optical
telescopes around, the. globe
to monitor about' 1,000
active., satellites, and 20,000
pieces of debris.. The tele-
scopes can be used only on
clear nights, and not all
radar stations are powerful
enough to detect satellites in
deep space orbit, about
22,000 miles from Earth.,
From its orbit about 390
miles above the Earth, ,the
new satellite will have, a
clear view of deep space,
Unaffected by daylight or
weather.
"It really has tremendous
'capabilities," said . Todd
Citron, director of advanced
space and intelligence sys-
tems for Boeing Co., prime
contractor for the satellite,
known as SBSS.
Citron said SBSS. will
revolutionize "space situa-
tional awareness," the mili-
tary term for knowing not
only where the objects are,
but .where they're headed
and what might be in their
path.
'An Air Force official was
more cautious.
'"We do know.that the sen-


sor is going to provide a lot
Of capability," said Col. J.R.
Jordan, mission director for
the SBSS launch. and vice
commander of the Air Force
Space Superiority Systems
Wing, "We haven't really
come up with broad state-
ments" about how much
SBSS . is expected to
improve monitoring, Jordan
said.
SBSS was. built by Ball
Aerospace & Technologies
Corp. in Boulder, Colo.,


working with BoeingAt car-
ries an optical camera on a
swivel mount, so .the cam-
era's view can be changed
without'"burning fuel to
move the satellite, and will
concentrate on satellites and
debris in deep space. It will
bearpinformation to ground
stations.
A command center at
Schriever Air Force Base,
Colo., will ,oversee day-to-
day, operations of SBSS in
orbit. The SBSS system,


This 2009 photo provided by the Ball Aerospace and
-Technologies Corp. shbws technicians working on the
Space-Based Space Surveillance satellite in Boulder,
Colo. The satellite is a $500 million U.S. Air Force
-spacecraft that will provide the first full-time; space-
based eye on thousands of other satellites and pieces of
debris that could crash into American assets circling the
Earth. -AP Photo/Ball Aerospace and Technologies
Corp. *


,including , ground-control
facilities, cost $500 million.
It is the first satellite dedi-
cated solely to space situa-
tional awareness, Jordan
said. The Air Force space
surveillance network previ-
ously had partial use of a
satellite ' called the
Midcourse Space
Experiment, which 'was
designed to track ,missiles
but could also monitor,
objects. in orbit. It's no
longer functioning.


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Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, July 4, 2010 - 9A


Jury verdict brings murder case to a close


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

In early 2008, Greenwood res-
ident Dewayne Barrentine sat
down with Jackson County
Sheriff Lou Roberts and poured
out a story. It led to a years-long
investigation and a murder con-
viction against Barrentine's old
girlfriend, Tausha' Fields.
Roberts was still Marianna's
police chief at the time, and
what he heard would occupy
him long after he pinned on his
Jackson County sheriff's badge'
in November of that year.
That journey ended late last
month, when a jury convicted
Fields of first-degree murder
Barrentine's explanation took
some time. He outlined for
Roberts the discoveries which
had brought him to meet with
the then-police chief.
Barrentine said he had heard
some questionable' stories from
girlfriend Tausha Fields over the
course of their relationship. A
suspected infidelity had spiked
his growing doubts about her
truthfulness. He began to look at
her life a little closer.
He told Roberts he'd gotten an
unexpected opportunity one
night, when Tausha brought over
an old boyfriend she'd recently
broken up with, Keith Jones.
When the two men found
themselves alone for a moment
that evening, Barrentine asked
Jones to tell him more abdut
what he knew of Fields.
Jones dropped a bombshell.
He confided that Fields once,
told him she'd had a role in the
murder. of one of her ex-hus-
bands.
Jones hadn't reported that to.
police, perhaps believing it was
one more of Fields' outlandishr
story.
Jones, like Barrentine, had
heard some unusual stories from
Fields.


Tausha Fields


* One of them, according to
Barrentine, was pulled from the
script of the movie "Chinatown."
She claimed that her father had
reped her and. that a child had
resulted. That proved to be false.
Barrentine was also sorting
through Fields' various name
changes he discovered as he
checked up on her.
Barrentine wasn't sure, either,
.if there was anything to Fields'
murder story. But he locked it
away in his memory, and soon
would find something on Fields'
MySpace page that brought it
back into sharp focus.
Barrentine already knew,
Fields had been married to a
man named Mitchell Kemp.
He'd found the old marriage
license two weeks after he met
Fields back in early 2007.
When he checked her
MySpace page some time after
talking with Jones,. he found a
chilling e-mails from a member
of Kemp's family, and a friend.
of his.
They were asking Tausha. if
she knew where. Kemp was -
they hadn't heard from him in
four years.
After Barrentine saw that, and
noted that she hadn't posted any


responses, Barrentine confront-
ed his girlfriend with this ques-
tion: "Where is Mitchell Wayne
Kemp?"
She told him Kemp was a
crack addict and was "probably
in a ditch somewhere,"
Barrentine later told authorities.
Armed with the e-mails he'd
captured from Fields'. MySpace
page, Barrentine headed for
Roberts' office at the Marianna
Police Department and laid out
his story.
Roberts made some inquiries,
and learned that Kemp had been
on probation when he disap-
peared from Missouri in 2004.
With nothing else to go on,
authorities there had figured
he'd simply slipped out of sight
to avoid supervision. As far as
they knew, Kemp was simply a
fugitive from justice.
But soon Roberts and authori-
ties in Missouri were working
together to solve the mystery of
Kemp's disappearance. They
couldn't find one piece of evi-
dence to suggest that Kemp was
still alive.
They kept plugging away at
the case, though, and eventually
hit pay dirt.
Along the way, they found out
that Jones had more crucial
information. Jones knew Fields
was married to Gregory Morton
when Jones and Fields first got
together.
Jones later testified at Fields'
trial, saying that she'd "told him
Morton killed Kemp, and that
she helped bury the body.
As the' case was progressing,
authorities in Alabama helped
Roberts and Missouri law
enforcement track Fields to her
latest dwelling, in Coffee
County, Ala., as the investiga-'
tion matured into a case of mur-
der.
They found Morton working
as a lineman in St. Louis in July
2008.


Morton eventually confessed
to killing Kemp. In exchange for
his testimony against Fields, his
original charge of first degree
murder was reduced to second
degree murder. He is now serv-
ing time for that offense.
Morton testified that Fields
had tricked him into killing her
estranged husband, by telling
him that Kemp' had raped her
and sexually assaulted her
daughter, who was less than two
years old at the time Fields made
that allegation.
Morton said Fields had lured
Kemp to a property Morton
owned. Morton shot Kemp seven
times, firing the final, and fatal,
shot into his heart.
Morton testified .that Fields
spit on Kemp as he lay dying.
The two buried him in a shal-
low grave on Morton's property.
Fields eventually led police to
the spot.
Expressing remorse for the
shooting, Morton said at. trial he
no longer believed Fields' story
of Kemp's child abuse, and that
he now feels he probably killed
an innocent man.
Fields maintained at her trial
that Morton killed Kemp out of
jealousy, acting alone, and that
she only helped bury the body
because she was afraid to cross
him. However, throughout the
investigation, Fields' story about
her role changed several times.
Het defense team has said the
conviction, delivered by a jury in
Columbia, Mo., June 29, will be
appealed. .
Roberts said several -people
were key players in solvihg the
Kemp case.
. If Jones hadn't confided in
Barrentine; if Barrentine hadn't
confided in Roberts; and if
Roberts hadn't connected with
the right people in Missouri and
Alabama, the case might never
have progressed beyond a
boyfriend's nagging suspicion


that something just wasn't right
about Tausha Fields.
Roberts said he handled
Barrentine's information the
same way he handles tips of
every sort.
"You have to take everybody's
story with a certain amount of
credibility. You can't take any-
thing for granted, and the more I
looked into this, the more it
looked like someone removed
(Kemp) off the face of the
Earth," Roberts said. "I had my
part in it, but there were a whole
lot of other people involved to
make this thing come together."
As the Kemp case progressed,
authorities looked back into the
death of another of Fields' previ-
ous boyfriends, a professor in
another state who hung himself
after their break-up.
While. living in Jackson
County, Fields had a number of
romantic relationships, and
worked at a number of jobs,
including the local hospital and
a day care center in Marianna.
She tended to move from one
relationship to another, and was
attracted to men in uniform and
positions of authority, Roberts
said.
Among her known romantic
associates were a 21-year-old
police officer she .dated when
she was 36 years old and living.
in Jackson County; a deputy in
Texas; an assistant school princi-
pal in another state whom she
eventually married; and the col-
lege professor whose death got a
second look as the Kemp case
was being investigated.
Roberts did not know tthe
result of that review.
The Kemp case has attracted
national media attention, includ-
ing the crime story TV program
"48 Hours." The program's team
has made contact with people in
Jackson County, and has shown
interest in doing an episode on
the Kemp case.


jf Hospice benefits from Garden Gala


Kameron Feaster decided to turn; the tub into an
impromptu pool Friday at the Splash Fun Day. -Mark
Skinner/Floridan


Library holds reading

prog ram 'Splash Day'


STAFF REPORT

The Jackson Public
Library held a Splash Fun'
Day Friday afternoon at
. Citizens Park Lodge in
Marianna as a part of their
"Make a Splash in Reading"'
summer program for chil-
dren.
The annual summer pro-
gram is aimed at keeping
academics on. the minds of
students while school is out.
Program coordinator
Lynn Lowenthal said. it's
i important to keep children
reading and learning during
this time, but to do so in a.
fun way. .
With that, Lowenthal and
other staff members coordi-*
nated a series of "fun days"
for the children to enjoy and
learn, one being Splash Day.
The Marianna Fire
Department brought out one
of their trucks for the chil-
dren to- see, learn about, and
to 'splash them with water
from the fire hose.


Marianna Fire personnel
entertained the children
from about 10:30 a.m. to
noon Friday, by offering a
water shower to all from
the truck's water hose.
"The kids all had a blast
running in and out of there,"
Lowenthal said. "They ran
around like crazy."
Children of all ages lined
up for their .turn in the
bounce house and adjacent
water slide, .
There were also other
"splash stations" with sprin-
klers, water guns and
sponges for the children to
enjoy.
Library staff also had a
hot dog lunch for everyone,
as well as a snow cone
'dessert.
Lowenthal said the free
program is open to any child
between the ages of five to
12 .
All program, events and
activities are funded by the
Jackson Public Library,
Lowenthal said.


Board Continued From Page 1A

es will have to also figure in Board attorney Frank
additional planning .time. Bondurant pointed out to
Stone worries the added the board that while Stone's
planning time will keep concern is legitimate, the
teachers on a vacant campus. offer is voluntary.
"My only concern is that "This is a voluntary
with that added, planning incentive. Teachers worried
time, you. have teachers on about something like that
campus when everyone else don't have to sign up,"
is gone," Stonevsaid. "I think Bondurant said. "Those
this is a dangerous situation that do will know what they
for teachers and could be are getting into."
liability for the district." The board, along with
Stone said the planning Superintendent Lee Miller,
requirement was her only agreed to work with Stone.
concern, but she was com- on an agreement, even if it
mitted to making this work. means amending the under-
"I think this is :a great standing later.
opportunity and w6uld like Stone did say she agreed
it available to our teachers, with the compensation
but that (planning require- component of the agree-
ment) is a worry of mine," ment, just not the planning
she said. requirement.


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

The 5th Annual Garden
Gala was even more suc-
cessful. this year than last,
with the event bringing in
more than $62,000 outdo-
ing the, previous year by
$6,000.
The gala was held at the
Jackson County
Agriculture Center - a
change from last year's
venue at the National
Guard Armory - last
Saturday.
It was a summer night
that reminded everyone of
spring, with the venue dec-
orated in a garden theme.
Flowers were in. bloom
around the dining area, and
the dim lighting set the
tone. Gardens 'were
arranged on dining. tables
and throughout the venue.
Covenant . Hospice's
Development Manager,
Jennifer Griffin, said she
was . pleased with the
evening and happy that
there were no hang-ups or
problems.
"The night went along
smoothly, and many
seemed to really enjoy the
evening," Griffin said.
Attendees enjoyed the
gala's 'many - exhibits -'
coffee, chocolate and wine
tasting, along with a bev-
erage bar.
The selection of choco-
,lates and coffee was
enough to satisfy any
palette, and the wine sam-
ples from the Panhandle
and beyond had guests fre-
quenting the beverage bar
all night long.
As some guests social-
ized with friends,. others
treated themselves to :a
night of tasty pleasures.
Among the night's many
thrill's, there was time
shared among many in the
memory garden for loved
ones lost. Candles were lit
for those who now live
only in memory, with one
candle lit for a 13-year-old


Necia Garcia and Kerri Eaton take some photos on one of the benches decorated
by area artists for the Covenant Hospice Garden Gala. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


boy who died just a few
years ago.
There was. a silent auc-
tion for most of the
evening, as well as a live
auction and live entertain-
ment provided by local
favorite Twenty on Red.
Made up o area musi-
cians and featuring singer
Carol Dunaway, Twenty on
Red specializes in blues,
soul and rhythm and blues.
The group performed free
for the event.
For the silent and live
auction, there were 20 dif-
ferent artists who painted
benches, . Adirondack
chairs, swings and chil-
dren's picnic tables, to cre-
ate beautiful and lasting
works to be auctioned off.
Griffin said all the
money raised from the auc-
tion and the overall event
stays here to serve the peo-
ple of Jackson,


'Shot Continued From Page 1A


Baker was life-flighted
to a Tallahassee hospital
for treatment of at least
one gunshot wound to his
lower torso.
Preston was taken by
ambulance to a Tallahassee
hospital for treatment of
multiple gunshots to his
hand and arm.
Preston was pursing the
vehicle because Baker was
* known to be in it, although
law enforcement did not
.state why Baker was being
sought.
Law enforcement is
'reportedly investigating if
the 'driver of the vehicle


was being held against her
will.
The Florida Department
of Law Enforcement is
.handling the investigation
of the shooting.
Agencies involved in the
incident were the
Chattahoochee and Sneads
police departments; the
Gadsen, Calhoun and
Jackson County sheriffs'
offices; FDLE; Florida
Department of
Transportation; Florida
Highway Patrol; and
canine units from
Apalachee and other pris-
ons in Jackson County.


Washington, Holmes and
Calhoun counties.
Covenant provides end-
of-life care for the termi-
nally ill, and is compensat-
ed for that. But it does
many other things it does-
"n't get paid to do.
According to Griffin, the
money goes to help the
non-profit company absorb
the cost of providing types,
of care for which it receives
no reimbursement from
Medicaid or' private insur-
ance.
.Those include volunteer
services, - bereavement
assistance, chaplain serv-
ices, indigent care for
those who have no.
resources for payment, and
services for children who
have lost a parent or other
loved one.
None of these services
would have been possible,
Griffin said, without the


assistance from more than
60 volunteers and dedicat-
ed staff.
Youth groups and FFA
students from around the
county stepped up to help
out at Saturday's event.
The volunteers spent
days 'decorating and
preparing for the event,
Griffin said.
"We couldn't have done
this without them," she
noted.
Overall, Griffin said the
night was 'a success. Guest
Danuta Jacob agreed.
"This is just awesome,"
Jacob said. "I really like
the new venue, although
they always did a great job
at the armory. And the
band, the band is awesome.
I'm a huge fan. They're the
best band in Marianna.".
Many others agreed the
evening was one to remem-
ber.


Hike Continued From Page 1A


County in late April, and.
told the Jackson County
Floridan that he decided to
undertake the trip in part
because he wasn't able to
find any construction jobs
due to the recession.
Pascarelli said in an
interview with the paper
that his mother had breast
cancer, and his father has
brain cancer. Six of his
father's siblings died of
cancer, he said.
The GPS tracking device
he carried with him provid-
ed updates every 15 min-
utes, he said. He decided to
take it with him to please


his daughter, who. he said
tried to talk him out of tak-
ing the trip alone.
His plan was to hike to
San Diego, then on to
Seattle, to raise money and
awareness. He asked sup-
porters to donate to the
Moffitt Cancer Center in
Tampa, or any other cancer
foundation of the donor's
choice. He provided
updates about his hike on
his website, www.hiking-
foracause.com.

The Jackson County
Floridan contributed to this
story.


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Johnson playing the waiting game


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Chipola Indians had eight players
selected in June's Major League Baseball
Amateur Draft.
Now comes the annual question of
which of the Indians' draftees will return
to Chipola next season.
Of the eight drafted, only centerfielder
LeVon Washington, infielder Cody Martin
and right-handed pitcher Rodney Quintero
are eligible to return.
Washington was selected in the second
round with pick No. 55 by the Cleveland
Indians, and is the most likely to sign a
professional contract.
Quintero was taken in the 25th round by
the Houston Astros. Martin was picked in
the 47th round by the Los Angeles
Dodgers.
Each player is able to sign a pro contract
up until Aug. 15, the cut-off date for decid-
ing whether or not to enroll for the fall
semester.
Chipola coach Jeff Johnson said
Washington was probably the most likely
to leave, while Martin was probably the
best bet to return.
However, the coach warned that at this
point, it's all just speculation.
"The one thing I've learned throughout
my years dealing with 'this is that it's not
very predictable," Johnson said. "I'd love
to have all three of them back. It would be
a great group to start back with.
"You've got a guy who can do some of
the things LeVon can do, a guy with power
like Cody, and a guy who can be a No. 1
pitcher. It could be a big plus (to return), or
it could be a big blow if we lost them."
Of those eligible to return, Johnson said
Quintero may have the most to gain from
another year of college.
"I've been around a lot of talented pitch-
ers in my career, and Rodney is right there
with all of the top ones in terms of arm


Chipola's Cody Martin, right, slides into home plate in a game during the 2010 season. Martin is one of three Chipola play-
ers eligible to sign a professional contract after .being selected in the June Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. - Floridan
File Photo


strength, athleticism, all of that. He's right
there with all of them," the coach said.
"But the thing he's got to do is get his
pitchability better.
"But with his arm strength, he's got a
chance to be a big-leaguer. After another


year, he could be a top tWo-round guy and
make himself a lot of money. He's got a
chance to be really, really good."
Martin spent much of the 2010 season
hurt, but still managed to bat .307'with
eight home runs and 30 RBI.


"He hasn't scratched the surface yet to
be as good and strong as 'he can be,"
Johnson said.."He has great power, he just
needs to polish up. He's got a ton of abili-
See CHIPOLA, Page 4B >


Graceville All-Stars fall to Sneads' Taylor exceeding expectations


Bonifay, finish runner-up


The Graceville I5ixie Majors All-Star baseball team lost to Bonifay,
14-0 in Bonifay on Friday night in the district championship game.
Front row, from left: Jacob Ludley, Trace Head, Hudson Forsyth, Eli
Miller, Ryan Mcintosh, and Jordan Ingle. Second row: Dillon Berry,
Mason Long, Brandon Pippin, Christopher Smith, Brent Watson,
and Caleb Brannon. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Graceville Dixie Majors
All-Stars fell to Bonifay 4-0 in
the district championship game
Friday night in Bonifay.
The Tigers will still get to go to
the state tournament on July 17 in
Freeport, as the district's runner-
up. It was the second straight loss
for Graceville, which was defeat-
ed by Bonifay 5-2 on Wednesday
night to set up the final game.
The Tigers entered that game
with no losses in the tournament.
Bonifay needed two wins to take
the title.
It was able to do just that, scor-
ing three runs in the fifth inning
to break up a 2-2 tie in
Wednesday's game, then jumping
out to a hot start Friday to take an
easy win.
Bonifay scored two runs in the
first inning, two more in the sec-
ond, and held down the
Graceville bats the rest of the
way.
The Tigers collected just two
hits all game, both in the fifth
inning from Eli Miller and
Hudson Forsyth.
That was the Tigers' lone rally
of the game, with a fly out and
ground out ending the threat.


"We actually hit the ball,"
Tigers coach Terrell Miller said
after the game. "We just hit it
right to them. It was right at
somebody all night."
Brandon Pippin started on the
mound for Graceville, but depart-
ed after two innings. Forsyth fin-
ished the game, and surrendered
no runs and only one hit.
The Graceville coach said he
was disappointed they couldn't
make it three , straight district
championships, but still looked
forward to the state tourney.
"We've won it for the last cou-
ple years, and we thought we
would again this time," Miller
said. "But I think we'll be alright.
We've got a couple weeks to get
ready for (the state tournament).
We're really going to focus on
hitting."
The coach said he plans on
playing more small ball at state,
while also using a different plan
with his pitchers, going more
with younger kids like Forsyth,
Eli Miller, and Trace Head.
"When we put them in, they
shut people down," he said.
"They don't throw as hard, but
but they've got more pitches."
Graceville was eliminated by
eventual champ San Antonio 2-1
in last year's state tournament.


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
For someone who has been training in
track for only four months, Sneads' Josh
Taylor is quickly making a name for
himself.
The 14-year-old sprinter is competing
'in the USA Youth Outdoor Track and
Field Championships in Lisle, Ill:, which
concludes today.
Taylor, who will be a high school
freshman in the fall, qualified for the
100- and 200-meter races with times of
24.36 seconds in the 200, and 11.6 sec-
onds in the 100. He recorded both times
at the state meet in Melbourne earlier this
year.
In Lisle,. the 200-meter event was held
Saturday, with Taylor finishing seventh,
with a personal-best time of 23.9 sec-
onds.
The 100-meter race is scheduled for
today.
Leading up to Saturday's race,\ Taylor
said he has been soaking up the environ-
ment.
"I'm really excited. I've been up here
the past week, and it's been great running
against better competition," he said. "I
feel like I'm ready to run. I usually run
better against the best competition.
Knowing the challenge pushes me to run
harder. It makes me realize I have to do
better to win."
Taylor said his best event was the 100,
and it would be an amazing experience to
See TAYLOR, Page 3B >


Sneads' Michael Taylor, 14, is competing in the USA
Youth Outdoor Track & Field Championships this week-
end in Lyle, Ill. Taylor finished seventh in the 200-meter
dash on Saturday, and will compete in the 100 meters
today. - Contributed Photo


Wade plans to make decision next week


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
CHICAGO - Dwyane Wade
hopes a decision on his future
will come next week, and said
Saturday his new contract will
be about more than just where
he plays basketball the next few
years.
"I've got a decision to make,
and I've got a weekend to think
about.it," Wade told Chicago's
NBC-Channel 5 outside a down-
town hotel. "Hopefully, at the
beginning of next week some-
time, I'll make that decision."
The Chicago native is one of
.the top prizes in a star-studded,
free-agent market that includes
LeBron James and Chris Bosh.
He met twice with the Bulls
this week, had sessions with the
New York Knicks and the New
Jersey Nets, and also was con-
tacted by Miami. All have


"To me it's about what
makes 40 years of my
life, and not just about
the next 10."
-Dwyane Wade,.
Miami Heat guard

enough salary-cap space to land
two top-tier free agents, with the
Heat possibly in position to
bring in two stars to go with
Wade.
"I think that the organizations
I've been brought in to meet
with are all good organizations,"
Wade, who led the Heat to the
championship in 2006, told the
TV station. "And all can add
something to my life, and not
just basketball-wise. I under-


stand that if myself and another
guy, and we have some good
players around, we'll be good.
To me it's about what makes 40
years of. my life and not just
about the next 10."
Wade acknowledged the idea
of playing for his hometown
team intrigues him, saying he
loves Chicdgo and that he had
"very interesting" meetings with
the Bulls. With one of the
game's top young point guards
in Derrick Rose and back-to-
back playoff appearances, they
would figure to be champi-
onship contenders if they added
one or two of the top free agents.
But there was one issue Wade
had to address when they met.
That was the comments he made
to the Chicago Tribune in late
May, when he questioned the
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Chipola Basketball
Chipola College will
host an individual bas-
ketball camps from July
21-23, both at the Milton
H. Johffson Health
Center. The camp will
run from 8:30 a.m. to 12
p.m. on Wednesday and
Thursday, and 8:30 a.m.
to 10 a.m. on Friday.
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 tour-
nament,Cost is $40 per
child (ages 6-14).
Bring clubs, cap and
sunscreen. Prizes, tro-
phies, drinks, and snacks
provided. Call 482-4257
to register. Volunteers
welcome.

Bobby Pierce
Baseball Camp
. The Troy University
Dothan Campus invites
boys and girls ages 6 to
13 to learn more about
baseball fundamentals
from Troy head baseball
coach Bobby Pierce dur-
ing a one-day camp on
July 22.
The Troy University
Bobby. Pierce Baseball
Camp will be held at the
Dixie Youth Complex at
Westgate Park in Dothan.
Coach Pierce, along
with *members of the
Troy coaching staff and
players, will help partici-
pants improve their hit-
ting, fielding and throw-
ing skills.
The morning session,,
designed for children
ages 6 through 9, will run
from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
The afternoon session.
will take place_ from 1
p.m.: to 4 p.m.. and is
open.to children ages 10
through 13. The-' cost.to.
register ii$25. Campers
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There are ,two remain-
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Sessions are Monday
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BY TOM WITHERS
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

CLEVELAND - After
three days being romanced
by six NBA teams, a few
billionaires, coaches, exec-
utives, hip hop's biggest
star, and fixating the sports
world on his every move,
LeBron James got behind
the wheel of -his cus-
tomized car and drove
home.
Only he knows where
he's going next.
James concluded his per-
sonal free-agent summit on
Saturday by hearing pre-'
sentations, from the
Cleveland Cavaliers,
whose pitch focused on his
familiarity with their fran-
chise and tickled his sense
of humor, and the Chicago
Bulls, the last team and .the
one believed to have the
best chance of stealing him
from Ohio.
The meetings are over.
The guessing game has
begun.
The ball .is in James'
court.
The Cavs came away
from their 90-minute sit
down with a renewed con-
fidence that James will re-
sign with them.
"It went very well," said
a person with knowledge of
Cleveland's visit, who
spoke to The Associated
Press on condition of
anonymity because of the
sensitivity of the talks. "It
was very .easy, very
relaxed. There were
moments of emotion and
moments of laughter."
Knowing James as well
as they do, the Cavs, who
were represented by owner
Dan Gilbert, new coach
Byron Scott, general man-
ager Chris Grant and assis-
tant GM Lance Blanks,
tried to lighten things up by
showing the 25-year-old a
cartoon featuring him and
his friends as characters.
The team had an animat-
* ed video made in the style
of "Family Guy" - one of
James' favorite TV shows
- that depicted some
inside jokes and locker-
room humor as the
Cavaliers reminded James
that he is indeed part of


BY BRIAN MAHUNEY
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK - .The
New York Knicks are
readying their pitch for
Amare Stoudemire, while
still believing they have a
shot at some. other big
names.
The Knicks were back in
New York on Saturday after
spending the previous two
days in the Midwest court-
ing LeBron James, Dwyane.
Wade and Chris Bosh. Next
up is a !holiday weekend
.meeting with Stoudemire,
who appears to be the most
likely top free agent to land
in star-starved New York.
Stoudemire wrote on his
Twitter page late Saturday
afternoon that he had "just
touched down in NY, going
to a. Broadway Show
tonight."
The Knicks might like
him to bring his act to New
York for good.
On his way. out of
Phoenix - after the Suns
agreed to deals with Hakim.


their extended family.
James was joined in the
meetings by business man-
ager Maverick Carter, close
friend Randy Mims and
agent Leon Rose.
The Cavs' entourage
only had to make a three-
block drive from Quicken
Loans Arena to James'
downtown business offices
to make their homespun
proposal to the mega free
agent. Instead of making a
national tour, James decid-
ed to have the New Jersey
Nets, New York Knicks,
Miami Heat, Los Angeles
Clippers, Cavs and Bulls
meet him on his home turf.
At this point, he has not
other scheduled visits.
: Indications are - that
James will spend the
remainder of the holiday
weekend considering the.
offers before announcing
his decision sometime next
week.
The Cavs did not ask,
James when he will-
announce his decision, the
person said.
Because it's home,
because they can offer him
$30 million more than any
other team on a maximum-
length contract,, and
because- they've built a
championship-caliber team.
around him, the Cavs feel
good about their chances of
keeping the two-time MVP.
Hoping to tug on James'
heart strings, the Cavaliers
organized a "fan tunnel"
down East 9th Street to
welcome him.
Hundreds of fans lined
the sidewalks outside the
IMG building, and when
James pulled into the park-
ing garage, fans held up
signs that said "Home"
while others tossed white
powder in the air, mimick-
ing his pregame ritual.
As the Cavs departed,
the Bulls' delegation
arrived for their meeting -
the last of the six scheduled
teams to see James and his
advisors.
Owner Jerry Reinsdorf,
general manager Gar-
Forman, vice president of
basketball operations John
Paxson and new coach
Tom Thibodeau showed up
at 1:15 p.m. dressed busi-


Warrick . and Channing
Frye, Stoudemire has "a
'structure of an offer on the
table" from the Knicks,
agent Happy Walters said
Friday. He said the All-Star
forward was still talking to
other teams, and wherever
he signed would be for the
maximum allowed: five
years and about $100 mil-
lion. The Knicks may have.
other options as well.
As of Saturday, they had
not been told they were out
of the running for any play-
ers they'd spoken to. They
met with Joe Johnson and
Mike Miller in California
soon after free agency
opened on Thursday, then
went to Cleveland later that
day to visit James. On
Friday, they sat down sepa-
rately with Wade and' Bosh,
who both were complimen-
tary of the Knicks' pitch.
Their reactions contrast-
ed with reports that James
wasn't impressed with New
York's presentation, which
team president Donnie
Walsh dismissed Friday.


ness casual in sport coats.
Unlike the other suitors,
the Bulls did not cart any
visual, aids or equipment,
and as the foursome made
its way across the intersec-
tion, it looked like basket-
ball's version of the
Beatles on Abbey Road.
The Bulls stayed for
three hours, one day after
they sat down with
Dwyane Wade for the sec-
ond time since free agency
opened. Chicago's group
left in two black SUVs to a
chorus of boos from the
Cleveland fans who hung
around while they were
upstairs.
Chicago is. hoping the
chance to follow Michael
SJordan's larger-than-life
legacy, a talented roster
featuring rising star guard
Derrick Rose and forward
Joakim Noah, and nearly
$30 million of space under
the salary cap will be
enough to lure James to the .
Windy City.
It's ironic that James.
would consider joining a
team he knocked out of the
playoffs last season.
But he has said his goal
is to win multiple champi-
onships, and his addition to
the Bulls would make
Chicago among the top
teams in the Eastern
Conference.
With" James as their
leader, the Cavs made it to
the playoffs in each of.the.
,past five years, including
their first visit to .the finals
in 2007. But despite having
the league's best regular-
season record, they fell
short of a title, losing this
year to the Boston Celtics
in the second round.
James has higher goals,
and the 'Oavs share his
vision.
"We've done some
amazing things the last five
years," Grant said. "We
won a. lot- of games and
went deep into the playoffs,
but we're not satisfied with
anything we're doing. We
continue to make improve-
ments and upgrade our ros-
ter as we move forward.
This is the time of year we
do those things.
"We think it's pretty
incredible that LeBron


Basketball fans Jim Stafford and his son Dylan, 6, of
Gates Mills, Ohio, bide their time as they wait for free
agent basketball player LeBronJames to arrive at IMG
headquarters Saturday for negotiating sessions with the
Cleveland Cavaliers and later in the day with the
Chicago Bulls. - Phil Long/Associated Press


chose to have these meet-
ings here in Cleveland, at
his home. We want to thank.
the fans for unbelievable
support .and support from
our city. Very proud of that,
and very proud of
Northeast Ohio."
Cleveland fans, pained
by decades of sports
heartache and without a
championship team to call
-their own since 1964, can't
bear the thought of life
without LeBron.
"Without him, we won't.
be anything," said 20-year-
old Jordan Martin, 'who
came to see James with his
father and three brothers.
"'If he leaves, the team and


the city won't be the
same."
For others, this was one
last chance to show James
some love.
Tom and Jill Galmarini,
who both grew up in
Cleveland, made a 12-hour
drive from Charleston,
S.C., with their 1-year-old
son, Riley, and 4-year-old
daughter, Katie, to support
James.
"I don't think he's going
to go anywhere," Jill
Galmarini. "I think he likes
being in his hometown."

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Hanson, Braves beat Marlins 4-1


BY CHARLES ODUM
. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

ATLANTA - Braves manager
Bobby Cox had a quick answer
when asked. how Tommy Hanson
returned to his winning form.
"Strike one," Cox said.
Hanson made an adjustment in his
delivery and, relying on first-pitch
strikes, did not give up an earned run
in his recovery from back-to-back
ugly losses, leading Atlanta to a 4-1
win over the Florida Marlins on
Saturday.
Hanson (8-5) allowed five hits and
an unearned run with eight strikeouts
and two walks in 6 2-3 innings. The
second-year right-hander's return to
form came after he yielded a com-
bined 15 runs in two straight losses
while failing to make it out of the
fourth inning in both starts.
By Cox's count, Hanson threw
first-pitch strikes to 21 of 29 batters.
He threw 106 pitches, including 71
for strikes.
"That's huge for him. I think that's
the key to pitching to begin with,"
Cox said of Hanson's success when
pitching ahead in the count.
"He had his overpowering stuff
today," Cox said.
Hanson made an adjustment in his
delivery after studying video with
pitching coach Roger McDowell,
who noticed the right-hander wasn't
starting with his motion high
enough. As a result of starting his
delivery from a lower .point,
Hanson's pitches were drifting too
high in his last two starts.
Hanson said part of his problem
was mental.
'"I think I just got away from trust-
ing my stuff a little bit, trying to go
out there and make a perfect pitch,"
he said. "I just tried, to stay aggres-
sive. I think that's the biggest thing I
could take away from those two bad


Atlanta Braves' Tommy Hanson works a pitch against the Florida Marlins
during the first inning of a game Saturday in Atlanta. - John
Amis/Associated Press


outings: Just trust my stuff and stay
aggressive."
Hanson, who has never lost more
than two consecutive decisions,
struck out four straight batters in the
sixth and seventh. He is 3-0 in four
career starts against Florida.
"He wasn't striking out anybody
early, but he made adjustments,"
said Florida manager Edwin
Rodriguez. of Hanson. "We didn't
make adjustments."
Billy Wagner, who had a blown
save in the Braves' 4-3P win over
Florida on Friday 'night, pitched a
perfect ninth for his 17th. save. With
a rare 4:10 p.m.. start, a shadow
between the pitcher's mound and
home plate was a factor for both
teams.
"Everybody was struggling,"
Rodriguez said.
All of the Braves' runs came in a
four-run fourth, when Gregor Blanco
hit a two-run single off Anibal
Sanchez (7-5),


The NL Eastleading Braves (48-
33) moved a season-best 15 games
over .500 at the midpoint of their
season. They are 6-2 on their nine-
game homestand. The Marlins have
lost three straight.
Hanson gave up two hits and a
walk as the Marlins loaded the bases
with one out in the sixth. Hanson
pitched out of the jam by striking out
Cody Ross and Ronny Paulino.
Hanson left the game after giving
up a single to Chris Coghlan and a
walk to Gaby Sanchez with two outs
in the seventh. Peter Moylan struck
out Hanley Ramirez on three pitches
to end the inning.
"We had our opportunities,' Ross
said. "We just couldn't get anything
going. Everytime we had runners on,
we hit into a double play, struck out
or something.
'"We need to pick it up. Losing
against these guys is not good.
They're in first place, running away
with it."' I


Joyce's pinch-hit slam lifts Rays over Twins 8-6


BY JON KRAWCZYNSKI
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

MINNEAPOLIS - Matt Joyce's
pinch-hit grand slam capped a
seven-run eighth inning, rallying the
Tampa Bay 'Rays to an 8-6 victory
over Minnesota on Saturday , and
spoiling a big day for Twins slugger
Jim Thome.
Thome homered twice to move
past Hall of Famer Hahmon
Killebrew into 10th place on the
career list. Francisco Liriano struck
out 10 and allowed just one run in
seven innings,, but Minnesota's nor-"
mally reliable bullpen couldn't hold
a 4-1 lead in the eighth.
Thome has 574 home runs, but it
was Joyce's first in more than a year
that proved the difference.
The Twins scored twice in the
ninth on a double by Thome and a
single by Denard Span, but Rafael
Soriano got Orlando. Hudson to
ground out for his 20th save in 21
chances.


Carl Crawford had two hits and
two RBIs, one of them a single off
Jose Mijares in the. eighth that cut
the lead to 4-2.
Twins manager Ron Gardenhire
went to Matt Guerrier (1-4) for the'
fifth time in seven days, and his first
. two pitches were an RBI single by
Evan Longoria and a double. by
Willy Aybar that tied the game at 4.
Joyce carried a .158 average to the
plate with the bases loaded and two
outg. But his first home. run since
June 2, 2009, just cleared the wall in'
center field to complete the come-
back.
It was a major disappointment for
the largest crowd in Target Field his-
tory, which :spent the first seven
innings of the game giving Thome'
standing ovations for his achieve-
ment.
Thome hit solo homers in the sec-
ond and fourth to surpass Killebrew,
one of the most beloved players in
Twins history. Thome drew a curtain
call from 40,852 fans after the sec-


ond homer and a congratulatory
message from "The Killer."
"I talked to Jim quite a bit when I
was in spring. training," Killebrew
said from Arizona after Thome's
first homer. "I told him, 'Don't feel
bad if you pass me up, because I
passed up a lot of guys in my
career.'" ' ". . I
Liriano doininated for seven
innings, striking out every Rays hit-
ter at least once. Gardenhire decided
to send Alex Burnett;out to start the
.eighth with Liriano's pitch count at
103, and the, bullpen with the lowest
ERA in the AL faltered badly.
Burnett and Mijares could not get
an out before a gassed Guerrier, who
had a 1.93 ERA 'before Saturday,
gave up the deciding runs.
SB.J. Upton went,0 for 3 with a
walk in his return to the starting line-.
.up after four days off because of a
quaJdriceps injury. It was his first
start since a confrontation with
Longoria in the Rays' dugout on
Sunday.


Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, July 4, 2010 - 3B


Serena Williams wins

Wimbledon, 13th major


BY HOWARD FENDRICH
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WIMBLEDON, England
- Getting set to accept her
latest Wimbledon trophy,
Serena Williams lifted both
arms and held aloft 10 fin-
gers. Then, raising only her
right hand, she wiggled
three more fingers, bring-
ing the total count to 13.
That's how many Grand
Slam singles titles Williams
owns as of Saturday.
"I thought, 'I hope I got
the number right,'" she
said. "You know me: f'tend
to forget."
That's OK, Serena. The
way you're accumulating
championships, it's tough
to keep track. With a superb
serve that had other greats
of the game gushing, and
plenty of offense and
defense to back it up, the
No. 1-ranked Williams'
overwhelmed No. 21 Vera
Zvonareva of Russia 6-3, 6-
2 in Saturday's final to win
her fourth Wimbledon title
and, yes, 13th major tour-
nament overall.
That's the most. among
active women and gives'
Williams sole possession of
sixth place on the all-time
list, breaking a tie with her
former U.S. Fed Cup cap-
tain, Billie Jean King.
Addressing King, who was
in the front row of the
Royal Box, Williams said:
"Hey, Billie, I got you! This
is No. 13 for me now.. It's
just amazing to able to be
among such great people."
The American did.not"
drop a set over two domi-
nant weeks at the All
England Club.
She's won five of the last
eight Grand Slam tourna-
ments, including two in a
row at Wimbledon, where
she also was champion in
2002-03.
Williams and her older
sister Venus have won nine.
of the past 11 titles at the
grass-court Grand Slam
tournament.
"Everywhere we look,
there's another Wimbledon
trophy," Williams, said,
rolling her eyes. "I'm, like,
'Ugh, not one of those
again.'"
Williams was kidding, of
course. Maybe she also was
joking when she said
Friday that she'd prepare
for the final by relaxing and
watching the TV show
"Desperate Housewives."
In the end, her victory over
Zvonareva lasted only


slightly longer than an
episode - 67 minutes -
artd was rather short on
drama.
Both women hit the ball
with plenty of force from
the baseline, and both
grunted loudly, the noise
reverberating through the
arena. After 21 minutes,
they were tied at 3-all.
Zvonareva was hanging in
there, despite being the sec-
ond-lowest-ranked woman
to play in a Wimbledon
final.
Then, turning it on,
Williams reeled off eight of
the next nine games to seize
complete control and add to
her collection of champi-
onships, which includes
five Australian Opens,
three U.S. Opens and one
French Open. She brings
her best when it counts the
most: Her only other title of
2010 came at the Australian
Open in January; she was
sidelined all of February,
March and April with a left
knee injury.
Margaret Smith Court
leads the way with 24
major titles, followed by
Steffi Graf with 22, Helen
Wills Moody with 19, and
Martina Navratilova and
Chris Evert with 18 apiece.
So where does Williams
rank among the best
.women's tennis players
through the years?
"Top five," answered
Navratilova, without a
moment's hesitation. "It's
not just about how many
Slams you win or how
many tournaments you wil
- it's just your game over-
all. And she's definitely got
all the goods. It would have
been fun to play her, but at
the same time, I'm glad that
I didn't have to."
Of all her skills,
Williams' serve is the most
impressive. Growing up in
Compton, Calif., she found
practicing serves so boring
that she and Venus would
chat when their father's
back was turned,, then
resume hitting balls when
he'd check on them.
Navratilova, who
watched the final from a
front-row seat, called
Williams' serve "astonish-
ing," the best ever for a
woman.
Williams pounded serves
at up to 122 mph and hit
nine aces Saturday, taking
her tournament total to a
Wimbledon-record 89, 17
more than the mark she
established last year.


Taylor
Continued From Page 1B


leave Sunday with a win.
"It- would be a great
thing to represent Florida
and Sneads in particular,
to go from a -small town
to win a championship on
the national level," he
said. "I have a little
nerves coming to the
finals, but I'm just ready
to run. and get on the
track."
Grand Ridge Middle
School track coach
Cedric Gillette has been
training Taylor since
March, and said that' he
had all confidence in his
pupil's ability to perform
at the highest level.
,"He has the ability. He
just has.to put everything
together and he'll run
well," he said. "He's run-
ning against the best, but
he is one of the best. He
can win if he dpes every-
thing he's been taught. He
could be the fastest kid in
the country."
The fastest time in the



Wade
Continued.From Page 1B
Bulls' loyalty to their stars.
"I think now the Bulls
understand, because it was
one of the first things
addressed in the meeting,"
he said. "We've cleared it
up, and they totally get it
and totally understand what
I was saying. ... It's over
with, we've moved for-
ward. I think that they're
excited about the meetings
we had, and actually, me
and (agent Henry Thomas)
are as well.
"Like I said, I've got a
couple teams in this that
I've met with. Of the four
teams that I've met.with, all
of them are, you know -
makes it hard. It makes it a
tough decision. So it won't
be easy."


100-meters for a 14-year-
old this year was 11.3
seconds, according to
Gillette, putting Taylor-
just .3-seconds shy of
being thi fastest 14-year-
old in America.:
That's particularly
impressive . considering
how much less experience
Taylor has compared to
most of his competition.
"I think had's a natural,"


Gillette -said. "We had to
work a' few things out of
him, but the speed was
already, there. We just had
to bring it out of him and
unlock his potential.
"If he' keeps training,
like'he is, he'll be one of
the best in. the country
when graduates high
school, and on into col-
lege if he wants." , '
Gillette isn't in Illinois,


but he said he has been in
regular , contact with
Taylor, trying to keep him
focused on the task.
"I just try to keep him
confident and relaxed,"
he said. "I don't want him
to get so nervous that so
he psychs himself out. If
.he stays relaxed, he'll run
a great time. He just has
to focus on the race and
nothing else."


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War-and-peace angling


For the most part, fishing is exactly had two things to prove: 1. I could go fish-
what it's cracked up to be. The majority of ing alone and return relatively sound and
the time, it is a fun, relaxing, and reward- unscathed (Translation: coming back alive
ing pastime. under my own power). 2. I could catch a
Often, we go fishing feeling harried and stringer full of fish without well-meant
overly stressed and return feeling rejuve- (but decidedly aggravating) adult assis-
nated and refreshed. tance.
And so it should be. Filling.a stringer in those early days was
Else, why do it at all? sometimes like those brief military con-
Sometimes, though, flicts such as Desert Storm or the 6-day
angling becomes har- Arab-Israeli war of 1967.
trying and stressful in I simply dropped a cricket or worm into
its own right. It turns the fishing hole of my choice and the
into something, of a bream or catfish surrendered without
war between fish and much of a struggle. More often, though,
fisherman. my fishing sorties were World War Two,
At such times we, bitter all-out struggles won only through
the anglers, become sheer determination and the refusal to give
troops on a mission, Bob Kornegay in to adversity and psychological warfare.
motivated soldiers Bent on angling success at any price, I
determined to best our youthfully attacked and pursued ,my
"enemy" at all costs. finned quarry much as Ulysses S. Grant
Looking back, this occasional military chased Robert E..Lee through Virginia. I
approach to fishing began for me around wasted crickets like old Ulysses used up
age ten. Union soldiers.
That was about the time my mother If it took 25 to catch one 3-finger
decided (after much wearing down) I was stumpknocker, I sacrificed the insects
old enough to venture up and down the without remorse. If a fish stole my bait
creek alone. Now that I was on my own', I once, he made it personal. I was Genghis



Weekly fishing



report for local


Khan, Alexander the Great, and Julius
Caesar. I was a warrior.
Thankfully, I'm rather more laid back
today. I find, however, there has been
some carry-over from those days of yore.
There are still times when I just cannot
gracefully admit defeat.
I simply must catch a particular fish
from a particular spot or lose all my sanity
trying. I'll stand there and cast.until my
beard is long enough to tangle in my reel
gears.
Take that big bass a few weeks ago, for
instance. Ten pounds if she was an ounce.
She wvas there by that stump, just lying
there in shallow water. I could see her. I
lusted after her.
I had to have her. Spinnerbaits wouldn't
do it. She refused to succumb to my top-
water offerings. She snubbed plastic
worms in every color of the rainbow and
then some.
For an hour, I cast every lure in my tack-
le box. I didn't use dynamite only because
my psychiatrist has said I should never
play with matches. The only reason I did-
n't throw the kitchen sink is because I did-
n't have it with me.
Long story short, I never caught her. She
. ' r


never even flashed or swam away. She
simply paid none of my bait offerings the
slightest attention, the unkindest cut of all,
particularly to a master angler of my cal-
iber. Ruined my whole dadgum day is
what she did.
Looking back now, I ask myself why I
allowed myself to get so worked up over
just one fish. I mean, there were scads
more bass in that pond, a few of which
would certainly have been stupid enough
to take a bait.
Maybe it all goes back to that little
blond-haired girl in the sixth grade. The
one who flipped over my best friend in
spite of the never-ending supply of chew-
ing gumn and Hershey bars I dangled in
front of her nose.
Or maybe I haven't quite outgrown
those little creek bream who gobbled up
nearly all of my crickets before I could
string them up and claim a hard-won vic-
tory.
The sad truth is, when it's all said and
done, some of us just can't stand being
whupped. Especially when we're sup-
posed to be smarter than the one doing the
whuppin'.
War's like that sometime, I reckon.


Rethink Possible'


lakes, rivers


LAKE SEMINOLE -'
Bass fishing is fair to good.
Bass are active early and
late in the day in lily pad
patches and can be caught
on frog-type lures and other
weedless topwater offer-
,ings.
Shallow, grassy flats are
good target areas.
Oversized (9 or 10-inch)
worms fished with a light
weight are also recom-
mended.
Crappie fishing is report-
ed as fair.
Fish are in a typical sum-
mer pattern and are holding
on ledges and deeper flats
in the rivers arid creeks.
They are deep, around 15
feet or more. Troll crappie
jigs slowly to locate them,
iand fish live minnows and
artificial slowly when con-
centrations are found.,
Bream are fair to good in
spots, particularly in shal-
low sandy-bottom feeding
areas.Catfish may be taken
early and late over sandy,
hard-bottom areas.
Hybrids may surface
sporadically late in the'
afternoon. ',
LAKE EUFAULA .-
Bass fishing is reported as
good early and late in the
day. Recommended baits
include weedless jigs, and
frog-type lures fished in
isolated grass patches.
During brighter times of
day, fish the ledges with
Carolina rigs or flip grass
mats, found over deeper
water.
Deep-running crankbaits
are also paying off on some
of the ledges. . .
, Crappies are cooperating
with some anglers this
week.
As is the rule this time of
year, they are on the flats in
brush just off the main


creek and river channels,
Use spoons or live min-
rnows at depths down to 20
feet.
'Bream will bite early and
late, but individual fish are
small as a rule.
Late-afternoon and
evening catfishing is fair to.
good.
Hybrids are sldw.
L A K E
ANDREWS/CHATTA-
HOOCHEE RIVER -
SCatfish have been good on
the'river of late.
Though it is too hot for
many anglers to brave the
daytime temperatures, sev-
eral good -catfish catches
are reported by night fish-
.ermen, primarily anglers
fishing the banks near the
tailwaters of both dams..
Good numbers of pan-
size fish are, reported.
Larger individual cats may
be caught while anchored
downstream from the tail-
waters. Use shad, cut bait,,.
worms, or frozen shrimp.
Bass are slow.
, The best largemouth bite
comes on topwater baits
very early in the morning.
Work 'the banks and
slow-water areas with
something very noisy, such
as a Torpedo or Devils
Horse.
Bream are fair on crick-
ets and worms. Drop-fish
deep water along steep.
banks for the best results.
Bluegills will make up
most of the catch.
(Generation schedules,
pool levels, and other such
information for area water-
ways may be obtained by
calling toll-free 1-888-771-
4601. Follow the recorded
instructions and access the
touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River
System.)


Chipola
Continued From Page 1B


ty. His power and his
'toughness are his two
biggest attributes."
Chipola sophomores CJ
Riefenhauser (Tampa Bay
Rays) and Andy Fermin
(Toronto Blue Jays) have
both signed contracts,
while left-handed pitcher
Austin Wright (Boston Red
Sox) still has not.
Outfielder Joey Rapp
was taken in the 28th round
by the Washington
Nationals and has yet to
sign.
Rapp.has a full scholar-
ship offer from Louisiana
Monroe,' and that was
, where Johnson said he felt
Rapp was leaning.
"He didn't have a great
year last year, or the kind of
year we know he's capable
of," Johnson said of Rapp.
"In my mind,.he's a top five
(round) guy.
"I think he's going to go
to Monroe and have a year
like he's capable of having,-
and get the money he
deserves." '.


"-'-
The Indians are still in
the process of trying to fill
out their 2010 recruiting
class, with Washington,
.Quintero and Martin still to
determine just how many
players Johnson brings in.
Chipola currently has 14
signees, and Johnson said
there would likely be'
around four more, to be
split evenly among position
players and pitchers.
Among the most notable
signees for the Indians thus
far is former LSU signee
Austin Southall,. a power-
hitting left-hander.
Chipola has also inked
shortstop Edgar Delgado of
Panama, as well as
Mississippi State transfer
pitcher Luke Bole.
Mississippi infielder
Caleb Barlow gives the
Indians three draftees in the
current recruiting class.
"They'll be good players
wherever they're playing,"
Johnson said. "They're all
quality guys."


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'The Glades' brings
drama to S. Florida

By DAVID FISCHER
AS SCIATED PRESS WRITER

PEMBROKE PARK -
Detective Jim Longworth
will soon find out what
Florida residents and visitors
have known for a long time:
It's a weird place.
"The Glades," a police
drama set to premiere July
11 on A&E (10 p.m. EDT),
follows a Chicago detective
who relocates to South
Florida, expecting to slide
into a cushy job with plenty
of time to hit the beaches and
golf courses. But he quickly '
realizes that life isn't going
to be as simple or as relaxing
as he thought-it woqld be.
Besides being set in South
Florida, the show is filmed in
the Fort Lauderdale area -
most Florida-themed shows,
like "CSI: Miami,", are
filmed primarily in
California. The USA
Network's "Bum Notice,"
which recently began shoot-
ing its fourth season .in
MiaImi, is the only other
sho0 filmed totally in
Florida.
The Glades' creator and
executive producer, Clifton
Campbell, grew up near
Miami and knew he couldn't
capture South Florida's
. essence anywhere else..


Ask Mr.K


BY GARY CLOTHIER

Q: Doc Rivers is the head
coach of the NBA Boston
Celtics. Did his parents really
name their newborn son Doc?,
- R.T., Manchester, N.H.
A: No, Mom and Pop
Rivers named their son Glenn
Anton after his birth on Oct.
13, 1961. While enrolled at
Marquette. University, Rivers
attended a summer basketball
camp wearing a "Dr. J" T-shirt.
An assistant.coach called him
"Doc," and other players
pickedup on it. The nickname.
stuck. "Doc" graduated in
1983,,:and' the Atlanta Hawks
chose him in the second round
of the NBA draft. Before his
career ended in 1996, he had
played on three more NBA
teams. Fromif1999 to 2003, he
was the head coach of the
Orlando Magic; .in 2004, he
took over as headman of the
Boston Celtics, who lost to the
Los Angeles Lakers, in the
NBA Finals last week.

Did you know ..., Matt
Datnon firstt movie role.was a
one-line ' part in "Mystic
Pizza" (1988), starring Julia
Roberts ? Later, he starred with
Roberts in "Ocean's Elevent"
(2001),


Clifton's South Florida -
for the purposes of the show'
- is the fictional town of
Palm Glade. As a detective
with the Florida Department
of Law Enforcement, the
show's protagonist covers an
area that includes beautiful
beaches and gator-infested
swamps.
Regardless of the setting,
the show's success or failure
could ultimately hang on
how audiences respond to its
lead, Matt Passmore.
As an Australian,
Passmore said he's just as
much a fish-out-of-water as
.Longworth.
"I'm an Aussie playing a
Chicago cop who's down in
Florida," Passmore said.
After appearing on several
television series in his native
country, Passmore came to
the U.S. to shoot a pilot for
Fox. It didn't get picked up,
but that cleared the way for
him to land on "The Glades."
"When this script came
along, the characters kind of
jumped off the page,"
Passmore said. "It wasn't
your average cop show. And.
.this character, it just looked
like there was a lot of fun to
be had."
Despite the fun Passmore
is having, his character might
not be so lucky. In the series
premiere, Longworth gets
pulled away from the golf
course when he has to inves-
tigate a decapitated body



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hear singing about "a world of
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Happy Indep
Dear Readers:-Happy July 4th! While
you're salivating over the grilled hot dogs
and potato salad, please consider taking an
hour out of your day to, visit a veterans hos-
pital or volunteer at a soup kitchen.. And
please remember friends and family mem-
bers/who are alone and invite them
to share in your barbecue. It will
make the day truly special.
Here's a poem written in 1837
by Ralph Waldo Emerson, in
honor 'of those who fought , '
for American independence
at Concord: .' \
Concord Hymn
By the rude bridge that -
arched the flood, .
Their flag to April's breeze unfurled,
Here once the embattled farmers
stood,
And fired the shot heard round the
world,
The foe long since in silence slept,
Alike the Conqueror silent sleeps;
And Time the ruined bridge has swept
Down, the dark stream which seaward
creeps.
On this green bank, by this soft stream,
We set to-day a votive stone,
That memory may their deed redeem,


BRI
Bill Cosby said, "Every closed eye is not sleeping
every open eye is not seeing."
That is true for many players at the bridge table. Many
ago, a world champion, so sure that declarer-was about tc
a losing finesse, played her king, not seeing that declare
gone up.with his ace instead of playing his queen. Always
both eyes open. In this deal, you are in seven hearts.
leads the spade jack. Where would you win the first trick
Some pairs play that a two-heart response to .a two
opening shows 0-5 points without an ace or king.
responder has more points, he usually bids two diamond
two-no-trump response guarantees five-plus hearts and
tive values.) I do not like this style. Look what would ha
here. After two clubs - two diamonds, South would rebi
hearts, and North would raise to three hearts. Yes, South
try for a slam, but if North has a king, he might have onl'
or five points. South would feel much more comfort
North had responded two no-trump, .showing eight
points and a balanced hand. And, yes, bidding seven hea
a gamble when a king is missing..
You have 13 tricks: two spades, six hearts, four diam
and one club. But to get four diamond tricks, you must
trumps, unblock your diamond ace-queen, then cross
board topash the king and jack, on which you will discard
low clubs. The only'entry is in spades, so take the firs'
with your ace.


found in a swamp.Otherdis- CANCER (June 21-July 22)--
If you come on too strong in your
tractions in subsequent involvements with others, you
episodes include a corpse could quickly find yourself being -
inside a plane on a nature relegated to the rear ranks. Relax
preserve and a man found and follow the lead of the group.
dead at a bikini contest. All LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - It's
the while, he's trying to kin- wonderful to take an interest in
die a romance with a medical others, as long as those interests
student and single mother don't involve getting some dirt on
played by Kiele Sanchez. them. If you should stumble on
p h hi some juicy information, keep it
While hiring an outsider to under your hat.
play an outsider, producers VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
have filled the cast with.quite When purchasing the goods for
a few Floridians. . today's celebration, you could
Carlos Gomez, a Cuban tend to act prudently when it
actor who grew up in Miami, comes to essentials, but very
has been working in televi- wastefully where all the nonessen-
sion and film for more than tials are concerned.
two decades. Now he's play- LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
twoa Cuban. character named Unless you let common sense
ing a Cuban character named prevail, you could try to beat the
Carlos Sanchez, the medical odds with things that are stacked
examiner at the FDLE sub- against you, losing big time. Use
station. realistic judgment at all times to
"It's Carlos playing enjoy life.
Carlos," Gomez said. "It's , SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -
really coming home." Don't even try to play the one-
Nikki Grossman, presi- upsmanship. game.with someone
dent of the Greater Fort who is an expert at telling whop-
Lauderdale Convention & pers. Old test-df-time stories that
Laderdale Convention & may be boring to you but are the
Visitors Bureau, said she real things will be just as interest-
hopes "The Glades" can ing. ,
become Broward County's .SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
signature, show, the same 21) - Make sure your counter-
way "Bum Notice" captures part has the. needed qualities, tal-
Miami and South Beach. ent or knowledge you lack for
"An exciting TV show is competition in a partnership
not necessarily going to arrangement today., If. both are
come to the attention of cor- weak in one particular area, you'll.
porate executives or meeting los.APRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
planners or travel advisers," - Be careful about making
Grossman said. "But it does thoughtless comments that might
heighten awareness of this be offensive to others, even if.
destination, . of greater Fort made in jest, especially when
Lauderdale." dealing with family or in-laws who
tend to be more sensitive.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
- Don't attempt to accuse anoth-
er for the reason why you made a
mistake, because trying to shift
the blame onto someone else is a
surefire way of making a bad situ-
ation even Worse.
SPISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)-
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. ..... Dnc Rivers M. Damn
its, Calif. ers to take greater risks than you
features a view know you should be making is
.. A large paper of Louisiana's busiest pest- just plain foolish. Wishful thinking
lown the street removal companies. joining will generate faulty judgment and
per fish jump- Billy is his brother Ricky, his a possible accident.
f the pavement. father Bill Sr, and his mother ARIES (March 21-April 19) -
ative cutouts Donnie, who is the company Although you won't put ,up with
ppear. A young dispatcher. A former Air Force anyone attempting to boss you
Dean Chekvala sergeant, Billy was assigned around, this could be your mode
tench, and the extermination tasks in the serv- of behavior in dealing with others.
s. "Remember ice. After his military duty, he Stop yourself the minute you
5 and anything trained for several years and sense this happening.
Happy fifth became certified in the exter- TAURUS (April May 2)
.", The song mination field. If possible, Bite your tongue rather than say
e to relocate cap- anything unflattering about anoth-
ion" appeared Billy prefers to relocate cap- er. Remember none of us is per-
ovie "Willy turned animals and is a propo- fect, and the next time it could be
he , Chocolate nent ,of natural methods of you about which someone has
Wilder (Willy control. Prior to something negative to say.
he song in both "Exterminator," Billy made GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
he commercial. guest_, appearances on, the It something should challenge the
Discovery Chaniel's series structure of your plans, don't get
ail end of a TV "Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe." all unnerved. The-sooner you deal
exterminatr. I . with it, the sooner you can get on
since. Maybe . Send your questions to Mr with doing things your way.
wrong. Can you Know-It-All . at
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Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present.
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weight 53 Held down a
Rose-petal job
oil 55 Stringed
I Combined instruments
resources 56 Jungle
Feasible chargers
3 Japanese 57 Winding
mat 58 Enthralled
I Decree:
Pipe handle DOWN
Conger
8 Hwy. 1 Tin-can eater
I Receptacles 2 By heart
I Lemon cooler 3 Texas
i Nothing tourist site
Aw, shucks! 4 Dues payer,
I Investor's for short
concern 5 Empty
SLittle - space
Annie 6 Modicum
I Kitchen 7 Ski lift
spice (hyph.)
Prolonged 8 Found a
account roost
6 Weakens 9 Descartes'
7 Caesar's first name
1004 10 Ot. parts
8 Delt neigh- 11 Slimming
bor down
9 Makes a big 12 Mouse
effort cousin
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tent 20 Disquiet
5 Kimono ac- 21 Develop
cessory vigorously


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23 Son of Val
and Aleta
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28 Bloke
29 Welles'
Citizen-
31 Diamond
arbiters
32 Noted
Hamlet
portrayer
33 'Wall St.
locale
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marble
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42 Felt boots
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celebration
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FOUND: Silver Wed-
ding ring @ Turner's
Landing. 850-482-
7093
I General Notices

Looking for
Biological Mother.
Born May 6th, 1989 @
Jackson Hospital in
Marianne, FL. Have a
sister that should be
about 5yrs older tharr
me. Please call
850-326-0002 if you
have any info , .

L Lost !

LOST: Brown M
neutered Chihuahua
off Kelson & Jeffer-
son. 850-526-0094
LOST: F Chihuahua.
Last seen on Kelson
& Caledonia. White
w/slight limp. 850-
526-2568
S personals .

A happy young (in
our 30's) married
couple seeks'to
adopt. Will be full
time momeand devot-
ed dad. Financial"
Security/nExpenses,
paid. Jessica & Pat-,
rick 1-888-321-2381









Commercial
Equipment

3 Door commercial
stainless steel refrig-
erator. $900., 2 door
24 pan sandwich
prep refrigerator
$900. 334-793-3039

S7 Guns


National Peanut
Festival Building
Hwy 231 S.
Dothan, Alabama
*Over 275 Tables*


*GUNSHOW


Free to loving home,
liter trained kittens.
850-482- 5880/850-
303-9727
Dogs
AKC Min. Poodles
$300 Also Shih-poos
, FM $250 M $200
334-794-2854
CKC Boxer Puppies
Black Mask Brindle.
S/W Vet checked.
$374 334-701-1722
CKD Minature
Snauzers, 7wks old,
vet ckd, tails docked,
$400/ea 850-209-6648










Fresh Shelled Peas
& Butter Beans,
several varieties
available; 2307 Mayo
Road, (betweenCy -
press & Grand Ridge)
Bobby Hewett'
(850) 592-4156
Claselfied OCan
Sell It
CUI Tofayl


Fruit&Vegetables [ltousesnfurisIhe


BLUEBERRIES JUICE
Berries great to
make jelly & jams,
wine ect. 5 pd. boxes
334-726-9008
Blueberries U-Pick
$8/gal. We-Pick
$20/gal 7-5 M-Sat
1199 Hwy 71 S. just
pass Dolomite
Call 850-209-3870
Now open: Jackson
Farms, U Pick Toma-
toes, & PepperS,bring
ur own bucket; 7days
per wk. 850-592-5579
OKRA FOR SALE OR
U-PICK 850-209-2698

H as Fresh Prouce
I We have Slocomb |
STomatoes, Peas,
Butter Beans,


Shiver's Shelled Peas
$23. Butterbeans
$22. & Pinkeyes &
Zippers $19.
Open days a week
334-522-3756

employment













Weekend



Appy/Mallato
4440 Lafayette St.
, Suite C
Marianna, FL
32446
Call: 850-482-852
Fax: 850-482-8985
Great FT Benefits!
Drug-Free
Workplace
Equal Opportunity
Employee
APPLY ONLINEI
www.covenan -
thospice.org


FoodService

xp. Cooks & servers
needed. Apply in
person between 3:00-
5:00 pm @ Madi-
son's, 2881 Madison
St.,_Marianna..


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E


SApartments-
Unfurnished

1/1 apt for rent In
Marianna. Call for
details 850-209-8759



WELCOME HOME
WILLOWBEND
APARTMENTS
850-593-5137
Have 1&2BR Apts.


Provider and
Employer TDD#711


Equal Housing
Opportunity



On Gulf w12 car gar.
Enjoy the Sand In
PCBI 334-790-2115
Houses Unfurmished]

2/2. 2925 Russ St,
CH/A $675/mo, some
pets, no smoking,
$500 dep, lyr lease,
avail. 7/1850-264-
6015
Brick 4 BR rural
home. Graceville,
Bonifay, Chipley area
$600/mo. Realty Ex-
change 954-366-
1230/561-702-6543.


2944 Noland St-
3br/1.5b, bonus
room, 1 car garage,
Central H&C, hard-
wood floors, kitchen
appliances, no pets,
deposits required, 1
year lease. Call 850-
594-7525 after 6 pm
or leave message
2BR/1BA, stove, ref.,
Quiet, safe neighbor-
hood, $500 + dep
850-482-8196 or 209-
1301.
3/1.5 Brick Home.
Malone ,CH/A, shad-
ed fenced yard, stor-
age shed, $600 + dep.
850-569-2697"
3/1, Brick home, 8mi
E of Malone, $575/mo
+ $500 dep. lyr lease
850-569-5940
4/2 house at 2844
Calloway St. $800 &
2/2 furn. apt $800.
Call 850-718-6541

Mobile Homes
for Rent

2/1 in Alford,Central
heat, window A/C,
dining rm. Ig Ivg rm
$375 850- 579.4622.
209-1664/573-1851
2 & 3 BR MH C'dale.
$500&up H20/garb/
sewer incm. htp://
www.charloscountry
living, com. 850-258-
4868/209-8847
3/2 in C'dale, no
pets, CH/A.$425 850-
258-1594 vly message
3/2 Whispering
Pines, Grnwood, $425
Fridge, stove, W/D,
CH/A, Garb. & H20
incl. 850-482-
8684/305-495-6059
FIRST MONTH FREE
2/2, New Re-mod.'
ig. yd. $390mo.,
C'dale,'850-249-4888
Peacefull Setting
2BR 1BA MH in
C'dale, $400
850-352-2090

ADVERTISESIN
THE CLASSIFIEDS


S MobeitHomes

Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR
MH's. Lot rent incl.
For details 850-557-
3432/850-814-6515










Homes Yvith Acreage
Compass Lake in hills
1+ ac., 3/2,2 car gar.,
1935 sf., $155K, 850-
272-5815/272-5816


. 11 1v�',


675 Limestone Rd.
turn right on Moffet
off 231 south,
Rehobeth Schools,
loaded custom,
Unique 4/3.5 home
over 3000sf, security
system, newly
renovated 2 master
suites with granite,
stocked ponds on 4
acres, gas fireplace;
2 Car garage & 2 car
detached garage w/
Vi bath Must seel
$429,900., For more
Info. 334-791-9441

H HomesforSak







209 Veritas
2711 sq.ft.+/-
cust. built 3/2.5
granite/hrdwd.
258K 685-2759


" Chipola Nursing Pavilion and
Retirement Center, Marianna, FL
is seeking qualified individuals to join
our compassionate and caring team. We
have the following open position:
R istered Nurses: Full-time 3-11
Mo ay-Friday and Baylor Weekends.
If interested, Please apply in person at:
: * 4294 3rd Ave.,.Marianna, FL or
Angela Edenfield at 850-526-3191

CARE STAFF FOR ADULTS WITH
DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Master's Degree and 18 graduate
semester hours in Accounting or Finance;
or, Master's Degree with a major in
Accounting or Finance; or Master's Degree
in a Business subfield and CPA
certification. Degree(s) must be from a
regionally accredited college and/or
university.
APPLICATION DEADLINE:
OPEN UNTIL FILLED
(Available Fall 2010 semester with
employment beginning 08/16/2010)
Contact Human Resources at
pippenw@chipola.edu or (850)718-2269
for application details.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


FAMY M tL.
DISTRIBUTION CENTER
MARIANNA, FLORIDA
Now Hiring Full Time

Forklift Operators
2nd and 3rd Shifts

Competitive Pay and
Benefits Package!
Apply at Family Dollar
Distribution Center
3949 Family Dollar Pkwy
Mustbe 18 Years Old
Equal Opportunity Employer
S Drug Free Workplace


HomesforSale 1


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IpP~~linui i


699 CO RD
100 HEADLAND
* Craftsman
Design
* Approx 2850
sqft
* 5BR/3BA
* Built in 2009
Energy efficient
*Deck
* Lennox Two
Zone system
* 6.1 acres
SSlate & tile
* Hardwood firs.
* Granite
counter
tops,
* Formal dining
*2car Oarage
* 2 stallbarn
* Trey ceiling
in master
*18ft ceiling
in living area
* $355,999
Call 334 596-7763


Grimes - Canteroury
3/1.5 Ranch. Brick,
All Elect. Stove. Heat
Pump, New Blinds.
Carpet Floor. Bths &
Ktchn, Paint. I Car
garage, Cble. Fan.
CA, Fence, $52.500
built in t979:
JoAnn8'C21KeyRealt
y.com: (334)79t-3010


28" hollow cored
wooden door $5
(850)592-2507
2 adult 10 speed bi-
cycles, both have ba-
by seat on back,
$25/ea 850-594-9923.
2 crystal lamps $15
ea, entertainment
center $20,32" TV
$50 850-593-6679
2 genuine fur coats. 1
black/tan I white
$100 each 850-605-
6239


32" Magnavox TV $50
8 5 0 -5 5 7 -8 4 9 2 t m a s
3' Ivory Christmas
Tree, old. $5


THE JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN
WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY
JULY 5,2010 IN OBSERVANCE
OF INDEPENDENCE DAY


P C. a s . s les .

properties currently available for lease in
Alabama and Georgia.
We have small.properties perfect for a
family, or larger properties that
will suit a large hunting club.
Properties won't last long.


CHIPOLA APARTMENTS
(Housing for Seniors ages 62 & up)
Units include emergency call systems and
accessibility features specially designed
for elderly. Rent ( including utilities)
is based on income. Tne apartments are
conveniently located in the heart of
downtown Marianna. within walking
distance of shopping. governmental offi
ces and the post office, witn city bus
service available for all other locations
with Jackson County. For more
information call 850-526-4407




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Boat Buildinbg& boat
- Fiction Books $3
(850)592-2507
Boating fiction - &
building books $3-5
each. 850-592-2507
Bonsai pots- many
sizes, great deal $3ea
850-592-2507 "
BONSAI POTS- many
sizes&shapes, $4EA,
pots only no plant,
(850)592-2507
Booster seat that at-
taches to the kitchen
able. $10 850-526-
3426
Bowflex machine,
grt cond. pd $2200
asking $300.850-592-
2710/693-5812
Bridal ring set, White
gold, antique-style
square setting, Sz 7.
$200 OBO 592-2973
Canvas Hammock &
Wood Stand from
Pottery Barn $100
(850)482-5434
Canvas inflatable
boat cover $15 850-
592-2507
Cobalt Blue Kitchen
Collectables $5-
$40/ea 850-352-4739
Living room Chair
$25, 850-605-6239


Coffee table $20, 2
end tables $10/ea, 2
850-593-6679
Drafting machine
head vemco V track
$60 850-592-2507
Extension Rack, hook
up to bumper for lug-
gage, etc. $85 850-
526-3426
Fisher Price infant
swing, musical $25
850-526-3426
FRYE CLOGS NICE-
Size 8 Womens $40
(850)592-2507
Frye clogs, womens-
size 8, new, nice $40
850-592-2507
GLASSTOP COFFEE-
TABLE 36X36 $50
(850)592-2507 '
GLASSTOP COFFEE-
TABLE 36X36" $60
(850)592-2507
HUGE DUFFEL BAG-
BLACK $10 (850)592-
2507
HUGE DUFFLE BAG-
BLACK $10
(850)592-2507
Kitchen table- dark
brown wood. 2 seater
$60 850-592-2507
Whirlpool Dryer $100
850-482-3267'


Prop #1: 2321 Cycle Lane - Cottondale. FL - Equestrian
Estate - 2500+ SF on 40+ Ac - 4BR/3B- State of the Art Horse
Barn w/apt - Beautiful Property - Completely Fencedl.
Pro #2: 644 5th St - Chiplev. FL - Restored Historic Home
5900� SF - 4BR/4 Full B/2 half B - Gourmet Kit wISS app
Pro p#3: 17304 Hanna Tower Rd - Altha. FL -2 story home on
2+ Ac. MBR- handicap assessible - 6BR/4.5 B- Great KitchenI
ProD #4: 5906 Hwy 2 -Bascom. FL - Split level home on 27+ A(
3100+ SF - 3BR/2B - Pool - Workshop - Offerd in 3 parcels
Prod #5:3623 Ara Lane - Marianna -1875+ SF- 3BR/2B on 7.89j
Ac- Mother-in-law suite-pool- In 3 parcels - Great for horses
Pro p#6: 5741 Hwv 77S-Chioley. FL (Greenhead) - Comm Bldg
Prob #7: Baker Creek Rd - Jackson Co.- 51+Ac - AglRec Prop
Prod #8: 4488 Broad St - Marianna - 1539+ SF -3BR/2B - (2)
Living areas - Fenced Back Yard- Residential or Investmentl
Pron #9: Hwv 79N - Bonifav - Mobile Home Park - Lic for 22
units - presently 12MH & 1 RV - Great Investment Opportunity
Prod #10 - 4225 Hwy 77S -Gracevllle - 3000+ SF Style Home
)n 80+ Ac - Sprlngfed Pond - 40x50 Barn wlapt - (2) Parcels
Prop #11: 4470 Putnam Ave - Marianna - Restored Historic Hm
3BR/3B - Beautiful Custom Amenities throuahoutl


Xelerrla Lr5 ouce;y O 0 e
proxibid On Line Kathy Milton Broker
p Bidding , l, a ,oy.ce,
1850 209-8013 iCml
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Large birdcage
w/toys 30" tall $20
850-526-3426
Large CANVAS inflat-
able boat cover $15
(850)592-2507
LARGE WORK TABLE-
GARAGE $10
(850)592-2507
Large work table -
solid / garage $10
850-592-2507
Light Oak DRESSING-
BENCH/padding $45
(850)592-2507
Light oak dressing-
bench/padding. $45
850-592-2507
MICROSUEDE CHAIR-
BUTTERSCOTCH
COLOR NICE $95
(850)592-2507
Microsuede chair -
butterscotch color
$100 850-592-2507
Milwaulkee Porta
Band Saw in case
$135 OBO 850-592-
9227 or 557-2394
NIGHTSTAND 2-
DRAWER/SOLID
WOOD $30
(850)592-2507
NIGHTSTAND- 2
DRAWER SOLID
WOOD $30 (850)592-
2507,


Older chest of draw-
ers w/bowed front,
solid wood $55 850-
526-3426
Orchid & Clay flQwer
pots $2-3 each 850-
592-2507
ORCHID&CLAY
FLOWER POTS, pots
only with no plant,'
$2-3 (850)592-2507
Pegboard display
rack w/4 sides $35
850-526-3426
PENN SENATOR
SPECIAL- ROD&REEL
4/0 113H NEW $120
(850)592-2507
Queen sz sleigh
headboard, lite
wood, $30 850-526-
3426
Rough sewn lumber -
hardwood random
.50 -1FT 850-592-2507*
SAWN LUMBER-
CHERRY 6"X8'xl" 4
PCS $.50 cents ft
(850)592-2507
SAWN LUMBER-
CHERRY 8"x8'xl" 6
PCS $.75 cents ft
(850)592-2507
SMALL PET CARRIER-
Hardsided $15
(850)592-2507


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SOLID OAK DRESSER-
5 DRAWERS SET $250
(850)592-2507
Solid oak dresser- 5
Drawer, tall. $250
850-592-2507
SOLID OAK DRESSER-
8 DRAWERS SET $250
(850)592-2507
Solid Oak Dresser
with mirror $250 850-
592-2507
SOLID OAK END
TABLE- 18x28x22 tall
$30 (850)592-2507
SOLID OAK END:
TABLE-18X28X22
TALL $30(850)592-
2507 ,
SHOULD OAK KING
HDBD- w/mattresses
frame set $400
(850)592-2507
Solid oak King head-
board with mirror,
mattresses. $400
850-592-2507
TOILET SEAT RISOR-
Handicapped $10
(850)592-2507
White wooden tod-
dler bed $20 850-
482-3853
Wooden baby crib
w/mattress $85 850-
482-3853


Production Operators
Michelin North America, Inc. has
opportunities available for
Production Operators in our
Dothan, Alabama facility.
Successful candidates must be able
to work in an empowered, quality-
driven environment. These
positions involve, rotating shift
work in a 7-day per week
operation.
Interested candidates must apply in
person at the
Dothan Area Career Center
787 Ross Clark Circle
Dothan. AL


ALL EMPLOYEES ON OUR TEAM
* receive competitive" pay
* receive an excellent and extensive benefits package
* are offered free tires and rebates
(subject to limitations)
* earn while learning new skills
* are considered for advancement and leadership
c ran join the credit uhnio
* receive life services, such as legal counseling
Scan participate in the employee activity association
Share offered a gym membership
Scan receive tuition reimbursement
* are empowered and respected
* work in a friendly and professional environment


Applications will be taken July 12 - July 16, 2010
between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm.
NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE
Previous applicants are encouraged to re-apply.

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l 2002 Gp 1200R & 1998 Viking Airboat 14 ft. Dutchman '07, 28' Scenic Cruiser 37 ft. Mercedes 82' 380L
XL760 plus trailer, model w/a 300HP travel trailer. King sz by Gulf Stream 99' 93K mi. H/S tops Cadillic '91 Broug- g zg Aa'm S
both Yamaha, good Lycomb engine w. slide out/BR, heat & Immaculate cond. chalk brown ham D'elegance - - .
cond., $5500. Call trailer. $15,000. 334- air, private bath, exc. loaded w/options PWRS/B, windows, Collectors rare fine
334-347-6023 685-3208 condition. sleep 5-6. must see!! comes ant auto, AC, up- 113K miles, driven
or 334-447-1914 no smoke/no pets, 1 with '07 Jeep. Dothan ,fa graded sound system, daily, absolutely
21' ArrivaLw/200HP 10' beam, 3'8"draft, half. $17,900. L - age rack, clean, well 850-535-9672 or small block all .t
Merc. Walkthrough 3500 ballace, 8HP 2997 Sping Creek Rd, Vs/Campers -antaeel Drive crd85020-2625 ne parts. bloc
HomeforSale extras. Cust. covers. 897-2167/733-0020 813-245-1298 Wanted 92-9789 flow master eF haust

Ava 334A69-3330it, os great Sa 23 JEEP 1949 CJ8A y0 patinumADODGEoR Dodge Mitsubishi eclipse p A
yFtloated,1 to C0't n 2 hn s Conter outel,225 3-sld, loaded CH&A sale, self contained ROAD USE ONLY r Sale wires etc. ) $500 Kept. 5.7 Liter, Hemi
Recently Foreclosed, teooe uyohsn -enn 00' JohnsontJonnoubrd. wR O o34 AD BnERO* 8035-0 .7 Blue ,,20inchFacto-
Bascom, 5,900. m I fbp wk. mahorse, 8.1 334-793-4438 or334- AMPE land 334-793-7663 85020 .
Special inanc 70hp 00traierig oows $4500. in electronics. gas, 5,900 mi. $100k , a d & rage P P 3 .
good runs great Sale $7,000. 334-235- 4 ONALUMCne 4)RIMS.57831
STilAvailablen. n e o 334-714-5860 s34695363 OO 31 02 Mitsubshieclipse speed manual. An
Anyncome Mobile 6,500.7 or 334-714-5860- Leaher eur recler, $650 334-671- spy116 er2 forest green, Cadillac '99 DeVille nsar, ge, Catchergreat coellnndition.
Home 3BD, 2BTH, _Monoco Knight'06, *th 0 lBOG.LikeoNew onRWhile. A must See!
200SqFt,, Bass Cat 20'9 200 Save $25Kor more ides, with 07' ion. GREEN exterior.- G00 C aell, New tires. 78K miles to buy a boat. 12. 500
F 0148Bass desk. King bed C20 or334-701-2548 sO sunroof 15,000miles 2100.3344053130. 2 d Le
Bascom, $35,900. Matching tanem Tailers mil, many upgrades truck as package BLACK interior, 347-6023 or 334-447. $6.100.00 New334-7976 condition Blue
Visit 3 trailer. GPS, etc. $159,700. 850-866- payoff $37,000 334- $5.000 Headland 1914 34-793-766.3
40it � $19- -8454 (334) 441-5580 1triur.ACS.arn, -.
m/838, Drive by then 638-4403 (Night)850- Cargo Trailer will sell Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 Keystone Coar 01' 1l redo, auto. mirrored et seating. CD.
call(866)2490680. 638-133 for 2200 or trade slide-outs 15Ki.REDUCED 5th wh., 36,28ft. 3 Slide- '05Bicolor VWBe- tops. 52Kn. ne cruise. drverairbag,
cobra 991 14' Tee ri- for an RV/1Travel 350 CsT diesel, out, CH&A, micro- tie. Like new. low l e tires.calipers.braes passenger airbag. PL,-
al ete hul stick steering /' Trailer/thwheel Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel wave, TV, am/fr cdmiles. new tires, . & shocks. Garage PS. PW: $32200
Wewahtcha Dead- 40hp, in eat!or 99-04 with slideand0 334 7264905 rigw/ radio $10,000 see at en00. Call kep. $14500Corvette81 P34)6357831
Depth finder electric pay difference. 850- icemaker, W/D in Alabama W idwood 3057 Ce33-vrolet 95 Maibu Auto tc 3450
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tor. CustomDMI rear & side cameras, Dalevie.334-598- Ex.Cond Very relia 05 Monte CarloLS LT, Maroon with ray Crler n
raier. $3500. 34Home theater sys. 4695 or 334-791-8363 b e vehicle: Dk. Green V6 auto runs and interior, 4 cylinder, power, AC, new e
T . r34.5aher euro reclner,$ RED$6500334-671-1162 looks great, a must XM radio, CDonstar ine, great condition.
Co6930307 or 33479-Leat e , RED D -7012548 see!!! $10500. OBO sunroof, 15,000-miles 0. 3 405 30
Brake-Buddy for tow '05 5th Wheel, 4 Ca11V334-475-0084 16,50. 334-797-0987 ge99 Stratus,




b fa oi $16,500.K1 34-797-.B93 e 9M 3e price 9er Hond .y
Cchfiberglass boat thcar. are stored. series, $7500 $1,999.Call CSI Auto month. Call Ro lis an wer
l6ft. Bass boat runs Many other options. exc. cond, $28,000 AvAu tomobn iee ed, onAly 65,
good, $1700. OBO 2006 KZ Sportsman $160000. 850-547-2808 custom rims, new . n
nV__ customrims, new roof.
Investment 334-798-4569 ToyHauler35'Bumper 334-797-3617. RIVERCANYONm'05 tires 55k miles, erat $4100; 334-790-7959
PropeFisherrtyaHawk Pull, 1 slide o utI- Ford50006mitd *05, 325 Sedan, ng 7 0 $410b,0i33- 797
Correctas 2 t 1973, Sleeps 6 Fully cont. * REDUCED * 5th whl, 36', 3 Slides, Con wondeathecr, 8
S14', flye well, new t$13,500 334-726-4905 '03 Class A/gas very nice, queen bed, asking $1 1,000. Call $300
W ewaitchka, Dead- top, 35hp, runs great Monoco La Palma. 2 Entertainment cen- Rachel or Jay Corvette 8
lakesh3+2Ac,No Flood- garage Kept. $1750 slides. 12 bath. ter, fpl, Much Morel 334-393-9959 Automatic 350
cMangufacturer OWNLIE 02 dolley & all 2. PLACE YOtra C les.an, Etra $5500. OBO
GREAT Income Pbten BowNider 07./wake I0furnishings (dishes.. Ut' 1 M20CLow Miles. All Auto! 334-7744915 Ford '89 Mustang 5.0
chREAnn BIcoeautf CowNL!Nake tow0sel ishet . Watesport 1TotalTime:Engine& Beautiful Red $14,500 GT Runs Great $1800
. ome sf le board tower. 350mag 334-7 8 t ve clean $R Airfsam e 1949 IFR 7.500.8 334-792-0201or 394 3 enew.REDUC
Com. $550,000(850) 300hp. like new. 3347,00034680. . 99-517 o 8-9- 2 57-921 95 9 8 8 99
280009VX troublefree flying Chevy '08 Impala, 334-6912987
639-6760.345S.Bass $28.000. 334-470-8454 erapprox 11 hrs. 33-347-5480BMW '03 14 LIKE NEWI





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Cressidwe Redman . Special. Has Mercury sr Sunday, y 4, 2010-'
15x7 pDYA TRAK 15 ft. le 58k miles sale price $200 down, 59 er
fiberglass boat 2008h wheel. Kies $7500. OBO CallCSAuto month.CallRonVan1 ownerLoad
w/traer 700 stone Laredo R9. 334798-3352 Aultomobil 334-671-7720 334 -714-0028- ed. Ec. Cond. NADA'





8 483 02nlf c mb. orier _fK Asder, $ 3340655-1100.,0__ _ ____ _____
w/ several I.. street
205-2 call Mike 334)lass S791tream 00 - : -20
her'Ha wk8 0318. $24.500obo. R-VISION 'O6T IT'S AS Ford 50006' limit ed BMW05,25Sedan, 350Engine, 7500E C o' in
pClass 2, with 115. like new slide ite. 26 ft.. fully E leather int. 4dr. Blue w/tan leather, 850- 594-3282 iJaguar 02 Type
Mercury outboard 26 Ft Keystone Travel loaded, like'new, EASY S 35.500 4 DR Low Miles,
cond out3b.oa50 m.d3�34lomiieoNiceCar, $500 Down
Motor with trailed 2 Trailersleeps 8 .Dbl. low mileage $42M 00 1 - 2-3 cond. $-13995. 3345 - no paintwork, Toyota C my7 b 334 671 5051
.h finders.trolln in front &twin bunks 334-616.65065 699-6779 $17, 700 334-685-623 Soara V-6 spor con 334 79751 $300 a. Ca
motor, access ladder, in back, ACDC gas. TIOGA '04 Motor 1. CALL MECURY LATE'70's Chevy 05 eImp8lamtan HOOK9mi .bumper to
M r cc o , v + 2 b r caM F r a , rte ra5 Kpwe r . m3 b r t s 2 , .
d cover, verynwell kept Fully loaded$6995. 7293 miles4KW Onan 2.LACE YOUR AD cables wiring. new owner, good cond. . tires $15.000. Firm 55speed. 32k mi.
HomesforSale indershelter.. all334-790-5628 Gen., very clean 3 GET RESULTS ea&walerEpump $7.500.850-526-5832 334-588-0201ora ,DUCED
4-65-79 or 334-828-1325 $31,000 33 -687963 1.500 251 599-5127 or 850-209-0202 575-9211595 $10,900850482-2994
- $14,000. 5-739001 7 3 9 1
3/2-, 2600Champion Fisier '06 Crappie 5th Wheel, '06'36 ft.
















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Cressidge Redman Special. Has Mercury Montego Baysdes Sunday, July 4, 2010 .
dC 4 slides.1'
~5x76. Replace, 60 motor. 21.1 Asking $38.500
$14,500. Call 5-9pms hrs.on.mtr.T rolling
850-482-8302 motorfish finder, 2. 4 33 655- 1100. -
live wells w/trailer
w/ several 1g. trees,
cement block foup- Glass Stream'00' H- -
dation. huge covered dra Bass 1500, 110 Fridays
porches front 9 back. Evinrude. 2-fish find- WASAI SOLUTION.
New carpet & ers, tilt 8& trim 2-live A S
adding, ceramic wells, great cond. Carriage Cameo
cabinets appl & $4500. 080 334-685- 32ft slides. 2-A/C,
high lef. A'C possible 4357 S G ia
owner fin. w/ down- 5.5 K Generator.',. (,.I S)'7 3,-
ownerfn. ss/ loaded, no srnoke, no " -
Reeves 7067410856 peLs. Exc Cond. - (4
$32,500.334-7144001
obileHomes JCoachman 04' Cataim iTE BUDQIKU GlGME 1IT K A kICK r
Sna lite 29ft. 7I. pow. 18
er slide out, 18ft.
SX Doublewideawning exc. cond. " L Y7 @ 4 6.5t1 210.
3+2 $15.900 You Moomba 'OgOutback $8200.334g-691-4211 ...
Move, 16X80 3-2. Less than 50 hrs. or 334�701-7832
t4X70 3+2, New Speaker tower. FM!./
LXS0x 3+2 $35.900 AM CD player. Exc.69( , 82 D
Call Brad Cond. Trailer has ' ' .-..
850- 7637780 brakes. $28,900098
334 618.415
lai~n ProCraft 95' 20 ft. ,4--sip
Tournament Bass J. , aRO R.,
T&T drive on trailer COACHMpEN '10t W7-/-CT t' "
loaded $4.800. 334- Pr wsher/dryr..
6500 OnonrtGen. -0 M.
$L7,500: Huslky25K ' " "'


, ATVs
2003 Club Car Cus-
tomized Golf Cart For
. Sale. Red exterior
with recr and white
leather seats. Rear
seats fold down.
36301 (334)791-7180
-$2,800.00
6X12 enclosed trailer
w/1 side door & dbl
doors in back $1900
new cond. 850-933-
9228/643-8312
Can-Am '08, bought
in '09, 260 hrs. like
new, XT pkg wMWarn
wench, & upgraded
tires & wheels. Pd
$8500 asking $6200.


Excellent condition.
Trailer completely
restored. $17.500
a 334-355-3008


30', 2 cyl. Yarmar die-
sel eng., Very low hrs
less than 250. Roller
furling. bimin, head.
micro, fridge. Good
cond. Docked ,' Snug
SHarbor slip B6. 334-


Travel Trailer '06 .
38B-DSL. Sleeps 8.
2 Slideouts, Loaded,


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22850-933-2 334-406-4555 Bulldozing e Improvement Roofing Power Power W j PowerWashing SelfStorage J
Kawasaid KX80 Dirt Dutchmen '97 2T " I
Bike, tuned, really 5th Wheel Classic| I|TCHEN
fast, Good Cond.. w/superslide. Perf. REODELNG.
$1150. 334-389-2816 . cond. $6850 334-803. RE-1L ' A ANA
Seacraft.'89 20ft 3397 or 334-701-0421 FEATURING COOL METAL
Suzuki d'08 Quad 400 Center Console, boat. ---- WATER POOLS D'is,-
4Wheeler several motor & trailer.95 . - *GraderPan LIFETIME "25YrsofPool ROOFING INC. "l"i"ea i d
extras. $3500 850- 225HP Johnson Mtr, AlN V i c ,OradrPl'TTS Construction Exp. ,',,-a.-, s
209-1622/850-698- Dual Axle Tr. w/ m* - Excalator CABustom Inground ,, , f . Estimh
9387 brakes.wh.. runs . Dump Truck -,j M ,;,d. 1 l 1 Coi u Pools *- -ti P incudg �,
well. very clean, " .-- l . Installation & .-C -i1h / CoomlsemaEarCa g 30 Yeas in.. B u'sne
SBoats Great condo. $5.900. . *� Buldpzer Ol'd-To-New " Renovation lfl TIm . Ciircieanig 30 YOinBuSineSS
Soas 334-791-4891. -. Office: ,,/. ,,. ,,, ' oln i I tititiIll
Columbia. AL Flagstaff '06. md=205 * Demolition Complete 3347268587 .... ws
15' 91 Tri-Hull sleeps 6 adults,.'c. ' Debris Removal Kitchen Design LIcensed in T
w/55HP Suzuki m- o P'05,Jt stove. Bath/shower. s Alabama& Florida ' (3334) 797-1327 86-9 3- 2.. 5
Ion. 2/T Slick steer - Ski. 60 hrs. very Frig, gas grill. 9x10 ' Retention Ponds and Re=iiode Al a aM
.ing, 50= foottrolling clean, lifejacket& screen room. NADA .Grading .*3 '1H ntn __ _ __ _
motor. Pedistal cover incl. $5500 850- $8000+. sell $5000. Se Prep For Sue i Home Improvemen Home mprovementMai, Housekeeping
seats, galv. trailer -, i..lini, Q ualirvy[Trne - - "m , (Home Imp n
334-798-9803 Stratos'99 273 FLEETWOOD'05 . Le, elding . ka.ithen r Ik RR n
1978 Quachita 16' Intimidator. 17ft bass Prowler AX6. 5th wh. * Top Soil * Fill Dirt reinodling, OMEBYEPAIRS For General
19 H uch Johnson I5OHP, 36ft.4 slide, large 'Gravel HOMEWOR House
E u $6r00" 334-596-1694 shower. 30.'50AMP. . callR
outboard, galvanigd $34000 BO 3-434-695- ' Land Clearing , Jrame Grant, KS FREE ESTIMATES POLE 6r0ofi ce
motor depth finder, 4995. J34-687-7862 Since1960 1d li . al. ... B ur o NOJOBSTOOISMAL BARN KITS Cleaning
VHF radio. Exc. Cond. Mallard '06 30ft. fully Building Contractor. Tile of Pour Home" raMting Call Debra
$2500. firm self contained., super . i..1 Natural Stone Carpentry/Painting * Honeg Locally Owned
Call 334-406-3825 - slide. S9.000. 334 - .' Nahesit-- Insallations *Bal(nad g llam Free
681.4_50.3__C_8 ' . ' " SdhehtutRre
r87-0. V5ll 43O.40-526-2346 Grou. General Repair% s Cint eways M ianNNA Estimates
Outback 04' 29FBH-S or 850-.526 836,. Sales & Insiallation II lliantr H. Long, Jr. ocRHos" MaAa"" ""IN" References
al- alum ure. lrd * P'chu Alocie U1
'-'*;�"- super glide 5th wn. Puto ater . 3,ur, d K", ,o . Available
Sugar San-2006.18 hitch short bed Auto & Cycle Experience to 850-526-2336
ft, Mirage SAFE, NO $20.000 334 726-6594 AC & Heating Services worfor 101.' . 850-573-1880
1979 ra EPROP. LOW MAINTE- Sabre by Palamino Contractors
Fiberglass 16' Bass NANCE, Seats 8, ex. '08,28ft 5th wheel CasA'erHours&Weekend LH7n7manServices -Homelmproye~ne
B W Fibe r ce6 s g. sundeck, storage; camper, 3 slides, Appointments Availableant
Boat WE hp force owalk-through trans- many extras,'clean, C O . A RT _ ___
Egine w/ trim, am, nonskid swim Sacnrfice,@ $29k 850- M/CoVISADI$COVER Shore II HAPPU HOME
troiing motor, new platform, Mec Opti. 593-5675 M/C VSA DICOVER Shore HPP HOME
carpet, 2 swivel/ Max 250 HP V6 trail- e
telescoing fishing ae Mcover.aNICE!e' - * SUMMERTIME MojI-Fri 9-4:30 Cabinet *Ceramic Tile REPAIR
seats & 2 cruising $14,995. r(253)22 A/C SERICE Thrs: 9-:Noon Shop, L.LC * Vanities/SinkllS 25 Yrs Experence
seats, new Marine 8500& Al Apliace h rs 5 - o ' anitL s/tinkS 1 Floor To Roof
battery.Exc. Co rad. TS6M 0Gulfstream ultra Specializing In ' For Hire CnterTopS Big Or Small Jobs
$2.300. Call 464.8:514Supra '90 TS6M"RGuLtemuta* j25Jr SmAlloJCsm
. comp. skiwake brd, touring series, class AllWood Ciustm New Fixtures WELCOME
great shape.520 hrs C motorhome, Ilk. Built Cabinets By TheMe
to7.334796- rp2900 Bordln St. & Countertop a lyandy Emergency Service
3424. REDUCED! generator, sleeps up Gdm Brn 4&Counte Hour Day Cd Emergency S ice
0o 8 people, 538.000., DsReplacement. I'Ml Han/If
Calr334-393-9315 L-eIser Wmbule or Week * . ,ssra1.cpted
or 763-0280 �Bulldozing Licensed Homebuildar #Rs28281llil
TIaB RED O763F-HIGHcall (850),579-4428 (850) 557-6733 JstIn.�#i01026-insured
SL Sp r Allergo 94' 34 ft. Auto GIVE US A RING., o I Donnle Shores, Sr. 850-693-0566 mnail5:h.. .,
SLC Spoet, nlv . satlite ant. electric . C I V N
Penta$1, biminiCgall leveling jacks, 58K1(" e " e"
trailer, Stbored inside. mil $16,000 BO all today to place LUnd Clealnr Ing, c.
$10,950. Call r 9p .334-301-3772 s sour item in the i ,
(334) 393-2581 To much boat for mem inA FLA
2000 ayliner Trophy Make offer. Coachman 1998 if m classified. 850O'T-11 L9 'I0
478-31-094 CassTosleps34-983-1502 or Motor home 30' d Cell (aVaRty CE8$002-50N
, , 478-731-0194 Class CleepsERT ISE IN
5L Mercruiser,Escort. Exc. shape, low miles (850) 526-3614 WE OFFER COMPLETE
trailer, depth finder Triton '06 TS17 $13,500. 334-493-0915 - (800) 779-2557 ss CA a S
and GPS. All mainte- w/75 Mercury 7E'u$5rd0amTxr.
nanceup to date, in Optimax mtr., warr. Concord Coachman . - oAomamI
great shape and until 3-27-12 '05 Motor Home. 23' seBEwmnioI (I
ready to take out Low hrs. Gar. kept. long 2700mi, Take m samwwF. . IS S
now. $17,500. REDUCED $10,400 over payments.850-
337-7?4-0609 334-699-2503 593-5103



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Automobiles Motorcycles Motorcycles s Sport Utility Vehicles Wanted: Trucks-HeavyDuty LegalNoices Legal Notices J
for Sale_ Automobies
Harley Davidson 03' FORD '07 F150 Super era w/lens 1 each pick-up, a new bill of
Sarl cabv4x4,4dr,156K Braun Coffee sale to the new buyer
Lexus06 GS300 load- 3 VROD,-lo mi leh Lb 4 dr . t0, 156 Coffee isue bc
ro^ot h apre& heated 39 Trr1 earlwhite, $16,900., Box fans 4 the Sheriff's Office.
seats, very clean 805-0810 4x4, silver, grey cloth 334-685-0846 P Sunbeam scales 1 issued only w to
$23,400. 334-596-8789 Harley Davidson '04interior.New paint, Concession Trailer FORD '07 F250 Super Pennyand Stamp persons) with the
Lincoln '07 MKZ, Roadrlide FLH, 4K, i o. XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, Stencil set w/case 1
Lightncoln '07 MKZw/beiein- Roadglick, headsets, Kair. stereo with ipod WANTED DutyV-8 Crew Cab collection 1 winningbid(s).
tour pa se lack.$3000 BO. Motor Drivn. T $3 0,000334-688- Westford punchbowl In Accordance with
terior, leatherheated CID & CS, smokey 334-886-3154, Goodcondition n 8606334-695-0688- W6cups 1 he American withb
seats, ABS side gold $11000. 334- 334-798-9131 And Equipped 606,334-695-088 w/6 cups 1 the American with
airbags, 37k mi, NA- 798-2928/678-8722 850-58 9 liD '07F-350,5.9L Br er Disney widi ST
DAirbag,37ks mo NA- 7850-548-5719 FORDB'07sF-350,5L Watercan 1 disabilities act, per-
DA $21,175 sell for DSL Crew Cab 50K Brother Disney sons withp e disabities
$17,900 850-814-0155.Honda 07ShadoW e SF270D computer- needing special ac-UNNY SOUTH
se, onyp0er 0ck ges, y 695-7769, 695-7770 Motorcycle helmets ticipate in this pro-PR
u0 .....1ase r . a rFORD -'87 F350 Buck- 2 ceeding should con-
HaleyDavidson6 haust hyercharger 2006 Jeep Wrangler et Truck, one man, Misc. Box - Misc. tact the A.D.A. coor- mOPERTIES
Heritage ofa $4400 36330 white, lss than 20 new A/C, 30 ft reach items in 1 box 1 dinator telephone-
(302)8 3 2004 Jeep Grahd miles, like new, must (334) 790-8891 $3900 number 850-482-9624 4630 Hwr. 90 *
H 28 C1 2 0 C ereapea see $15,000 .Speakers/ ext 402 not later Marianna, FL 32446
Magnum P Ferrari 4,000 Honda 1962 C102 Che Ca 3 259 ofers etc than seven (7) days
308 GTS Mera, gLelVance& super'cub 50,4k Edition. Metallic Realistic Woofer 12", prior to the proceed- (850) 526-2891
$16,999 Call CSI Auto miles, Black & white, Beige. Leather, 95 F-150, Eddie 1 - Ings. If hearing im- Each Office Is Independently Owned
334-671-7720 H s pipes. Good Cond., electric Power Options, Bower PKG, no rust, Kicker speakers 2 paired, (TDD) 1-800-
or 334-714-2700 start 3 speed, $2500. Sunroof,$9,500.obo runs great, blue, Pioneer TS-A6903 955-8770, via the and Operated
Mercedes 73 450 SL Garage kept Firm. Callnoon (M-F) (334)447-1177 $3950. OBO Callspeakers 1 /DVD Florida Relay Service Emailc21sunnyso@aol.com
Convertible 334-347-9002 334-475-0084pEmaic21sunnyso
(Convertibled t 5 0 Chevrolet '05 FORD '89 F150, 4wh Magnavox VCR/DVD
8 orign ' l eMemphis subwoofer of June 2 010.
$12,000 OBO 04-368- Tourer all original, nice, fully loaded. Ext. cab, 3 dr., 4cy1. reasonable offer 229- 1
1153 Leave msg low miles, runs great $18,500 40K miles, red, runs 334-8520, 229-296- Emerson portable Louis S. Roberts Ill, Ouida Morris,
Mercury '06 Grand HARLEY DAVIDSON asking $6,500 OBO 334-701-4243 good.17,500.00 8171 � AM/FM stereo Sheriff
MarquisGS, loaded, n 07'FLSTSC Springer 3-693-5454 334-- 5252 . cassette 2 Jackson County Flori- Realtor
tires, very leante classic 3000 mi. Kawasaki '06 KLR Pioneer 2 s ew/max da Broker/Owner.
ceent condmi. $1owner3.5 Black $13,500 broth 650, new tiresrform- Chevy Tahoe 2500HD K enwood 4 channel given to all interest-rs





SL, pearl white *081200 Sportster dance pipe Very fast -162Kmi. Fully loaded, Duramax/Allison power AMP ed persons or firms
$18,425 taking offers custom, 254-681-48028 miles brakes f great mcondi- combination. 39000 Crunch 800 watt AMP that sealed bids ff
8334-48245-841666 or334- rrant ik tion, 5kmiles$9,00 0. commuter miles. be accepted at the



N369-8139n 334-726-3842 334-794-9135 Looks new, drives for Lanzar 1600 watt Jackson County Pur- IMMACULATE HOME!! Home exceptional condition
Convtiaence Pkg, suGTn- good sportsman 4- LS, '" ' ' " PA woofer 1 e HLr'V 1 LF15036
lrooft Alloy Wheels, wheeler. 850-592b loaded, 27,000 miles, automatic, cold air, is P aC Bie Ado
Push Start, 40k m. 3287 Automatic, 4 cyl., 45,000 miles terfac ng Equipment INVITATION TO BID
$14,500 334-685-6233 E ell nt 10700 Like New, $5600. 2 , JACKSON COUNTY
Nissan 08' Maxima 8 Kawasald 09 25 334-790-7959 ce lL 0 7 334-790-7959 Audioogic AL 500 o
3 1er 3 R SN1Motor byBPM,2 3 CHEVROLET 20072 200+200 AMP NOTICE is hon ereb
38Kvmi.. 19owner 3.5 HARLEYDAVI brothers perform- Chevy 0305 Tahoe 250HD Kenwood 4 channel given to all interest-
SL, pearl white '08 1200 Sportste ance pipe. Very fast 162K mi. Fully loaded, Duramax/Allison power AMP ed persons or firms
$18,425 taking offers Custom, 108miles bike for the motor- exc cond. blue,, combination. 39000 Crunch 800 watt AMPethats sealed bidsa will
369-8139.- r warranty, Like n crossing extremist leatw er it. $9,000. commuter miles.1- ri ack c Couatyhe
c690. $8,000, obo70 -4778 334-726-3842 d Looks new, drives Lanzar 1600 att Jackson County Pur- IMMACULATE HOME!! Home in exceptional condition
Pontiac '07 G6 GT o5new. Black exterior, woofer 1 chasing Department with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, stacked washer/dryer, ceiling fans,
Low mileage, SUPER e Grey interior r, a/cote at the Jack- dow blinds all sta i and tile/carpet floors. All on 1.75
eSHARP, Sunroof $200 aam/fm, Cr , XM, 'OSSIERRA, . 60K mRims and Tires son County Admns- acres. MLS 238565 112,500.
down, $249 mo. Call cruise, PL,PWk 2500HD, 139K miles0 Forgeline Rims 22" (2 traction building, 2864 .r.
Ron Ellis 714-0028 tow8'pkg.. $29000 black. 4wd. SLT.pack - w/res, 1 fim is l Padison Street, Ma-a, ,
dondtC0(oldir 3(334)348-9635 age 4 door. 520.000. bent) , 4set rianna, F. 32448 NO
Pontiac '07 Soltise 85b-258-7758 Rims 15" 4set LATER THAN 2:OPM
Roadster GXPCon- - - - Rims 16" w/tires (3 C.S.T on 7/15/2010
vertible $16,999. C Hrley Da-i g d '500 evy Chv0 a.oe- have mustang Ienter for the following
Auto 334-671-7720 Ultra Classic Scream - 750 15K Miles Runs 49,O0 omlri a - or, caps) 4 set project: o
or 334-714-2700 i ng Eagle Anniversa- Great New Seat Coy- new tires, power Rimso & Tires
Pontiac G-6 GT 07' ry Ed. Very low miles er $1800 718-6833 ver. nice. $18,995 (265/35/R22) 4 set BID NUMBER: 0910-





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acony black 24Kmir all .78900034-685-7038 i Redd iKawasak29 007:, W it85-746 o - 7mMisc Tools (Electric BID NAME Main line LOVELY COUNTRY HOME. Updaled brick home with
leather loaded, gar. y David 1986 Nina LiNew 250R Che 'Trailblazr, CHEVROLET 79 C0 er and Hand)i sewer pipe inspec- 3 BR,2 BA, dini area with buill-inchia cabet, large
kept $15,000.OBO TC sidca W/acket 3,500. mi. Nice Family SUV dump truck, 20K ., 2 HD 60K M. Misc. hand tools tion system den/ . . ... . Property has ge
334-796-6613 exc.cohd. $10,50. $3,995..334-692-3211 Loaded $300 Down on new engine, looks GoodH Cond.$16.500 3 buck.eh tos basilding',,Mri-..... . , Pr.oper 0x20baildingwit
atum '99 2 Very 334-Messagenust $300 Imo. Call Steve rough runs good! ELoed. 5 3ck tsn DESCrIann. F TA sh












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gturd con.700.33467 Co l O334-805-0810 0' 60 Hatcher334-191-8243 $2. g40h 33 - 2 030Lts of extras Electrical tools DESCRIPTION: The shed attache, fish pond, grape arbor, pecan trees and great
d c l 3 -80 1Suzulon 0 0 7' GSX R 600. $-1- 3 7334-798-3578 2 bucket Jackson County lndscapi2 g.l located o 7 acres . C al lfor your appott-
Autd cools. $2350 Har eyDavison 1992 like new,.3550 m Ford '87 Bronco Black and Decker Board of Couny ment. MS'399 $149,900. ca







334-237-1039 Spors$00 ler 1200 cso 5 6.40 000 Zicuesa t2-door Dark Blue. a B 2C 4FX7 llhp1 head ThE PM mis soe as li ps a r i
Toyqta 05, Prius 43K mid S's K/KH- exc. riding gear OBO Runs good. Good n d e Poulan chain saw 2 seeking . qualified
miles, light blue in cond.$5500. 00i 334-714-4029 * Coniionn $45000 39- - Honda pressure vendors toS respond
















Boickl n971S7lard 1 3 34 S -0M 5Sr5-9 3-40.9 334-792- a1208 and moretoci th-sesb/wee Req e for f o Inqui-
color goot wcond.i 94-2665 3134 805- c . nlath, washer 2500psi 1 tese1Request for

Black,53k, ExI. Cond, 1995. 1200 Sportster. IM 850-526-2491 I white, runs god . IGMC 07' Sierra crew lack etn . BID O rENING:
GPSI. backup Camera, BOemi.. e S c.cond. ask for Tom - over 200k miles cab4 door Ioade all BDiidie Bl s will be rec&.ved
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BL oud ti g reayllow 04- *NIsuzu 9n tRoideo, r 29 or. 4'979 8.116i2con W A 55K mi. asking Misc. Tools (Electric d poe oac o 0n
leage ra O l 0 . r (lt ers of Jackson.county repairs/oreovations. Most value is in the property but is a
as mileage, trans- 678-8722/798-2928 crimson red w/gray payoff $19,500. 334- and Hand) t the Purch great nves men opportunity. MLS 239958 $32,310.,
Lrblew arrn baddSuzuki GSX 600 Im. automatic cird all D e. tas 7
ew ire C 350Mi 5-ought nev 6-cyl.$200. 0OBO534- L 30 4 Pro lift floor jack 2 apartment, l hrocated at
$16,900. OBO Garaged Divorce 701-9292 ton 2864 Madison StI M
Call 334 470 3292 pending. Must Sell -i LegalAds M a2261 s upper lift floor rianna, Fl orida
Toyota '07 Yaris. less $6,150 8OO Man & JEEP 1987 Wrangler ac k 3 ton iue up unti la 2:OPM CST
than 40 k miles, un- -Woman Jackets 4x4, ac. ps, ac. at. a C r ampbell Haue ld Jul15d, 2010 Bins will
der warranty, $9,000.- 42 . Helmets avail for new engin4/trans/ C V'00 SiBverado eGW DeaircompressorI publicly 0 Bneds and
2000. tires,hard top. 792a- Vh 4X4& 266K miles Speeway series acknow g a
OBO. 334-806.8898 o- Harley DavidsonH Extra.334414-3551 8018/792-8827.0$5800. fully loaded.rebuiltsei m.es1 NBEIS d DA
806-9706 1200 Sportstler, 5,4000 rslt9r $8 00. fy l oae re Utl F15024t metal miter saw 1 2:00PMS CST.
Toyt miles, burgundy J eep '88 Wrangler r , L1 294F 1 Homelite chain s$aw 1
ba g0crash bar, New ires & Rims. Chevy 06 Colorado Sherififs Sale tool box 1 General Conditions RANC STYLE HOME- in the country located on 5.05
der warranty. $9,000. adult operated $6500. $5500 OBO Z71, Exi. Cond. , 53K, 4 Coleman radiant may be obtained acres. Rece updates, newdouble pane windows, HVAC,
OBO. 334-806-8898 or 334-390-0220 334-726-2186 door, 5 Cyl.,2WD, NOTICE IS HEREBY heater I, from the Purchasing metal roof all inthe past fw.years. Extra large liing/din-
8069706black tonneau cover, GIVEN That I Louis S. Makita. Miter saw Department between ing area, spacious bedrooms and large utility.room.rSmall
Volkswagen u 66 Bee- 2003m1200 Sportster 4WD0, new top, tinted Call 334,-6773333 of Jackson County Century battery A.M.rd C.T. and 4:00 for animals. MLS 238353 $144,900.
4t8e;2autodiesel,42K 100th anniv. edition. windows, sprayed Flrd nadta r PO .C . Mda
miles,'4OMPG, load- Lints of chome. bedliner $5,000 334- ' Florida in accordance charger 50/25/2, ' i, M. CT onda
add. hf0 9e50 .33 90A74vSki- O 3 5004 aphe67Krigntas V with Florida Statues Gas tank for dok through Friday. In
ed.$16000. 334-897- '$750. 33701-3974 54 8 7K orign ad more specfi use w/wheels 1 formation or Inqui-
S a 2497 or 334-672-1655ve K miles original paint cally 705r103 p and Husqvarna weed ies may be made by
SHarley Davidson 87 miles. Excellent con- L aexus '08 GX470 50K rough. $1972. OBO. 705.105 F.S.,have do- eater 1 contacting Stan
SB aFXR Supergainde. Cs - d ilon, windshield, Mi. Good Cond. Loacl- 334-c792-557875d e1 S
chrome, $9500 850- bags.4,080 FIRM. Sy %tem $36.000 CHEVY '87S-10Pick. tv described herein, wegdoater 1 Agent. at 2864 Mad,-

I .260-1666 (334)585-566 229-254-0077 Up. New8Clutch. New2hasdeclared8said- Weoeadefaat e r son Street. Marianna.
1 12- 1482 jf-r Nissan 06Pathfinder Motor. New Tires, as being lost aban- fethorlite 2 Florida or OCt .
_18S 2.500OBOruns done. or unclaimed Raybo weedeater 1d phone 650-. 780005.
black. 69k. loaded, ood 334-618-3447 and as such, subject C r a f t s m a n cr Fax 850482.9682.
44-wa 4 '2new tires,0great to sale as provided leafbtlower 1 A omlet- copy o
Beetle. Silver.d 6fS Cle dT o1ra00 r 080for iN the above Cr f te s m an f the bid packet mayaLIKe [
Beeds en.pgine ta 1Call 334-685-1634 named statues as fol w oedeater 1 he acquired through ,, . .. . ,... .......
$2700 334-718-2223 . or 334-886-9834 lows: , . S h I n d a i w a the Jackson County ',I, , - ...... -," .. . ,, ....,
HARLEY DAVIDSON TOYOTA '06 Four , weedeater 1 Purchasing WEB site: .u . . .- ,, ....... .,.di.
Volvo '08 C70 Hard-i 883S. nOrtster.1iles. Ra0ed m s 2wo, Abandoned Vehicle's: Milwaukee hbandsaw www.jaEksoncountyf
top Convertible. T5 3 oT 00 Runner R5.2w. Year Make Mdel 1 l , .us. Clck on the "'EA OC IO! . I , i , ..i... d,
Package. Light blue. screaming eagle ile inNuribpr Forney Welding hal- Purchasing Depart- "m. 2t9't, $111.d'm
SO19K mi. $28,500 intke and pipes, Yamaha 04 V-Star excellent cond. CHEVY 91,1Ton 12k 92Chevrolet Lumrlna met 1 mle nt site then Click i
334-7912338 forward bonfrols,p 2 1100 Cu Stom 6k90 334-796-3130'Flat Bed Dump Truck'. G1WN54T8N919237 Dewalt Impact on "CurrentfBids and
$5,500 or'reasonable' '1990JeepCherokee wrench 1 RFP's" to obtain a
VWd 05' Salsa ed passenger seat-with miles. Fully loaded ii ato
Beetl Buk 7 Hond bak rest. $45000 68w/LED3s and Vance &4- offer 229-334-8520,' nJ4FJ28L8LL134494 C analytic converter I copyi RTA
cnvrtable auto, 334-379-8265 Hines exhaust $5800 229296-8171 1990 Nissan r craftsman . rotary. IMPO T
r Leather 55.K m-Davison5 334-790-9108 Cummings/Onan ChevyI9 Maxima power tool 1 SUBMISSIN DEAD-
Lowrider 36K mi. g.ro7ickupftgatsJH01INE:
C s c A n tiq u b a g s , sp a r e s e a tld ; L anekitChan ,nI a
$5500 3349 4 w5ho $15,009 F0Ords Cw Ironforce series.laterthanBRfo aerama i
Le4-40X400poultry 2FACP74F3LX167173 117hpr16g:petandopenpat.Spacn
T31959 2205 346-5682 p4042 l house m of Lubing nip- sds1Deltag88 C st ilac nl
Restore orse for 0978 or 334-795-6101 1998 FordCotour LX Vo lt DC 60/10-80/250 emitted in a sealed
parts. b r " 1FALP66L9WK10094O AMP Battery Charger envelope marked:
251-747-40220 M Y ac5 x custom oturcycle 195 - Pontiac Van8
Slar d anivPenion in Trailer4xledlights,0 1972 1 O6 cD0 Drywall stands 2 SEALED BID and iden-
Buick 1971Slarder, excel. ramp carrier under- mi. newDAC, loaded, 1993 Pontiac' Sunbird Stablenate Plus 100 tified by the NAME
o t e 1198Cruns;great$3000. 1G2JB34TXP75033]8 Miter saw 'stand 1 OF THE FIRM, NAME
top,, auto, 350, 81K H'iney fa i &Idsissyba stored in garage-on- OB0 334-691-7111 or 1995 Ford E a c o r t Air hose 1 AND NUMBER OF THE
$9,500. pI f T ai l grd. cover&trickle lv. $750. 334-699-6711 334-798-1768 1FASP11JXSW386790 Red plastic tool0 box BID ALONG WITH
256-282-6752 $uto chger, $5,800. 334- 1987 Mercury. Mar- w/,tools 1T
- M s 334-714-2700 333-5854koremaistl-* RMTRACTORt9 4 quis Toys - OF OPENING.
rikess.comcanet Kw/loader. 4 0d. 2MEBM74F7HX608694 Hot wheels "Slightly EXQUISITE RESTORED HOME!! Homeintown with
h 0.1200. new tires. 2 68-2772/671-7632 1GCCS14.8K2235856 Metal Max Chrysler awards (if any) shall ings, Jarge formal living room with fireplace, master bed-
Low Mi. Bags, wind- r helments, cobra 1993Jeep Cherokee Cruiser 1 \ be announced at a room;,i . .: ,,, ..
shield. 2 seats pipes quad pipes, a G. Candy 4 row insscta 1J4FT28S0PL644393 Super shot meeting of the Jack- with
exc. cond. $5500 OBO condo , 15K, $6,800 tide applicator S Club cab 1977 Ford 'Truck Motorcycle I son county Board of garado/workshop with covered walkwayto rear entryoof
334d585-5396 850-263-7388 wadouble boxes, for 61K F15 HN068149 " LilyDoll- Olivia 1 County Commission. ,%111 'l1111R ;.P N 10;
two chemicals � ' r1998aFod Exple.bid award wilt 21
Ha O yeSportsler 06' YAMAHA '08 V-star mounted on tool bar. mr.Asd.LnkthN24t; 1998bFo"deExp torobes
Orange Vance 25. Goodconditon.$400.$7200. 334-79047959 31FMZU32XOW C7592 And on the 24th day be made to the best
& Hines ShortShots. Low miles! Like newly 229-158-3146or 229- Dodge '02 Dakota 1984 Chevrolet, about 10:00 am will is reserved to reject
bra;ded lines, 8,900 Asking $2.695.. 400-5184 Leatherlnt.Quad cab C a p r i c e offer for sale, and any or all bids.
mi$720.74-07 3-63544Clean condo. Fully 2GIAN69H8E9120376 sell, as 'is, at public_"-
mi $7,200. 794-8037 334-693-5454 John Deer05'48 HP, auto.J334-693-3980 1993 Ford Ranger auction to the high- Dale Rabon Guthrie
YAMAHA '08 V-star full wh. drive, front -- ______________rsonibebi._LRKOFCRCI
'06 HD Dyna Wide 250. Burgundy. end loader, bushhog. -Q 1FCRIOX6PPB44165 eat responsible bdP- CLERK OF CIRCUiT
Glide-FXDWG. Black. Low. - milesl Like newt finish mower. disk, 1974 Delcraft Boat der, for cash, at the COURT
Like new. customs. Asking 52.695.. shredder & boa blade FLZ1226471174 Jackson County Sher-
L0ikene.$1u,900.3 69-5.4 $19,00000 798-3352 1992Geo Tracker iff's Office, 4012 La- By: JeremyBranch FANTASTIC HOME ON 3 ACRES near Lake Mystic
6600 ml.12.900.4334-693-5454 s2CNBE18U9N6931J8 fayette Street Ma- BOARD CHAIRMAN with" many updates and upgrades including meixi. roof,
578-1t482 is-H' Less than 1000 hrs 1994 Honda Civic rianna, Florida 32446. Board of County HVAC. Kichen upgraded with all new stainless steel appli-
truthinsong.com. Honda '05 GLi0, " . John Deere '07 7909 Dodge '03 1500 4X4 1HGEG86SXRL029151 Commissioners ances, formal livifig/dining rooms, large eat-in kitchen,
























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customized out of Sport Utility Vehicles lift cap. , good cond 6cy turbo diesel, 4wd
Easy Rider, all .- $11,500. 334- 701-9213 170K, $7250. OBO,
c ,Sauto. 850-557-2711
screaming eag le 04 Jeep Wrangler, "Ford '01 F-350 Diesel,
exhaust system AM/FM/CD, lo Crew Ca b, Dual
$8,500 334-695-3744 miles, new tire s, Wheeled & 5th Wheel
FZ Suzuki 50 79' col- $15,900. (850)579- trans. AC, 187K m. , . au....
stroke scooter, NCLAS-KmiS- Tf- ' h i, i..
orange, exc cond Hona - 06 VTX FORD '05 F150 Lariat, 1 e r s
street legal. $500. 1300C Charcoal color. Loaded, Tan leather.E V
334-774-2521 or 334- Bike runs and looks Excellent condition, f
774-2773 after 5pm great! Really fun to 98,000 miles,
ride. Clean title his- 49 oor,0 mlo
ALEY DAVIDStON tory. The tires are in Vanscondition, 14,200.
'02 Fatboy with lots good shape. I'm mov- ancdi,4 ,200. E1I
of Chrome, Black, ing and cannot take (334)464-7573
$10,250 352-303-2713 the bike with me. CHRYSLER 06 Town
Harley Davidson 03' 5100, $5,900 & Country Van.
Softai dUece 100th (850)766-7112 1999 B azer Loo s Ex cond. 51K. sets
anniv. Screaming colin.hightower@hot Good, Runs Good. 7. ac. power, $9500 *
Eagle. Black & gold, mall.com $3000. 334 798-9131 neg., 334-688-5154 -I'
1550cc, 11,400K mi. Kawasaki 05' KX65 BMW '04 X5, 64:500 Chrysler '95 Voyager,.... .........
$13,500 080 334-793- Monster graphics-pro miles, new tires, V6, auto, seats 8, FORD'07 Explorer -' .,. .
6328/334-793-6241 circuit pipe V/force panaramicsunroof, power, am/fm cass. Sport Trac, Limited, '-"., ....-... - ,- . .... ... ,, ....
Mojo Motor Scooter reeds super fast ab- ext. service'til Sept. new tires, NOW V-8, Fully Loaded,.. ............
'05, 200mi, Blue, solute mint cond. $18,200.334-798-1618 $1975 OBO850;592- 56K Mi es, Blue ... ..... .. . .... . ... Nil
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