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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2010
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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

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

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Man charged with grand theft auto


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suspect

still being

sought
STAFF REPORT
One person was arrested
Tuesday and another is
being sought for question-
ing, following a chase


David Travis Dickens
involving a stolen vehicle
and an ATV.


David Travis Dickens,
22, of 5681 Dozier Road in
Greenwood, was charged
with grand theft. Larry
Leroy Leitzel Jr., 28, is
being sought for question-.
ing in the incident, accord-
ing to the release from the
Jackson County Sheriff's
Office. I
Just before noon on
Tuesday, the sheriff's
office responded to a call
about a reckless driver and
an ATV on Bumpnose
Road just north of
Marianna.
Sheriff's office units,


including the air unit,
responded to the scene and
located the vehicle and
ATV on Missouri Road,
traveling toward Highway
73.
The vehicle and ATV
both attempted to elude
deputies by traveling into
the woods. The suspects
abandoned the vehicles and
fled on foot, according to
the sheriff's office.
Tracking . dogs from
Jackson and Appalachie
correctional institution
came to assist in the search.
According to a release


from the Marianna Police
Department, a white male
was seen running from the
sheriff's office helicopter
flying above.
Dickens was located in
the woods by canine units
and taken into- 'custody,
according to the Marianna
police.
It was discovered that the
1994 Toyota Camry
Dickens was allegedly
driving was stolen from
Amy Auto's, 4045
Lafayette St. in Marianna
last week.
The ATV is believed to


be stolen as well, according
to the sheriff's office.
The search continues for
the second suspect,
Leitzel., but efforts were
called off around 5 p.m.
Tuesday, according to the
sheriff's office.
Dickens was taken to the
Jackson County
Correctional Facility.
The search was a coordi-
nated effort of the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office,
the Marianna Police
Department, Florida
Highway Patrol and the'
Department of Corrections.


'n~i~x U, CDothan m 'an
Commission nixes purchases ohandmane
charged after
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRIrrER accident


The Jackson County
Commission-essentially balanced
the proposed 2010-2011 budget
Tuesday, including in a 2.5 per-
cent pay raise for all county
employees. ..
The budget, as it stands now, is
builton a millage rate of 7.30. If
the county approves the budget as
it now stands, there will be no
increase in the tax rate.
Yet the county would collect
slightly more in taxes than last
year, because of increases in
property tax values. The millage
would raise the county's property
tax income by $160,235.
To accomplish the balance
reached Tuesday, the commission
rejected several requests from
departmem heads.
It struck down several equip-
ment purchases, for instance,
including an ambulance remount
at a cost of $ 100,000 for Jackson
County Fire Rescue. It kept
intact, however, a $150,000
expense for new' air packs that
firefighters need.
It turned down a base-pay rate
increase for dispatchers at the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office.
Sheriff Lou Roberts made the
-request, saying his dispatchers
are the among the lowest paid in
the state. Their starting salary is
about $19,998.. He wanted the
base to be set at $24,210, saying
he needed to be more competitive
with other agencies.
The commission also cut the
number of new cars it will fund
for the sheriff's office. Roberts


Veterans Service Officer John Turner works with veteran Marvin Williams Tuesday. It was one of the
offices approved for a new computer by the county commission. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


wanted 12; -the commission
agreed to buy four.
The commission also cut the
proposed.technology budget. The
department is trying to upgrade
the county's .computer system
overall, and wanted to buy 26
new computers for various coun-


ty employees this year, at a cost
of $2,500 each.
The price included upgrades,
from a $2.58 mouse pad to a
$460 hardware upgrade, to
increase processing speeds. The
commission agreed to devote
enough money in the budget to


buy only three computers, at a
cost of $1,750 each.
Road and bridge, the Veterans
Administration department and
human resources will get one
computer each; the technology
See PURCHASES, Page 7A >


STAFF REPORT
A Dothan, Ala. resident has
been charged with driving under
'the influence of drugs following
an accident in Marianna Tuesday.
According to a news release
from the Marianna Police
Department, officers responded
to a traffic accident at the inter-
section of Lafayette and Daniels
streets.
A" white 2002 Chrysler van,
driven by William David
Branning, of Dothan, Ala., was
traveling east on Lafayette in
the inside lane, approaching the
Daniels Street intersection, 'when
the van crossed into the oncom-
ing westbound lane.
According * to police,
Branning's van struck a 2006
Ford truck driven by James
Harrison, of Marianna, who was
heading west.
There were no injuries, and
traffic was only stopped for a
short time until the debris and
vehicles could be cleared.
A subsequent search of
Branning's vehicle led to the dis-
covery of a controlled substance,
which the news. release did not
identify.
As a result, Branning was
charged .with driving under the
influence of a controlled sub-
stance, and possession of a con-
trolled substance.
He was taken to the Jackson
County Correctional Facility to
await first appearance.


March of Dimes kicks off


BY MORGAN CARLSON
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County March
of Dimes "Walk for Babies"
campaign kicked off Tuesday.
The goal for this year's
event is to raise $50,000.
First Capital Bank, spon-
. scored a kick-off luncheon to
start the nine week fundrais-
ing period, leading up to the
"Walk for Babies" on Oct. 9.
' The "Walk for Babies"
event includes a' two-mile
walk, 'entertainment and
announcement of the
fundraising total.
This year's event will take
place at the Citizen's Lodge
Park on Caverns Road in
Marianna.
The role of the March of
Dimes is to support and
encourage prenatal care and
the prevention of birth
defects, according to Chuck
Hudson, this year's cam-
paign chairman and the vice
president of First Capital
Bank.
Hudson said it is important
for people to get involved
with the March of Dimes
because any .parent, or any
one who is going to be parent,
has a vested interest in mak-
ing sure their baby is healthy.
There are many ways to get
'involved with March of


Maliyah Destini' Pollock is held by her mother, Latoya Pollock,
during the Jackson County March of Dimes Kick-off Luncheon
Tuesday. They are the Jackson County March of Dimes
Ambassador Family for 2010. - Mark Skinner / Floridan.


Dinmes and any type of
involvement is appreciated,
Hudson said.
Groups of people can
assemble teams, raise money
and participate in the "Walk
for Babies."
Businesses can get their
customers .and clients
involved in fundraising.
Also, any group or individ-
ual can make a donation.


Last year Jackson County's
March of Dimes campaign
raised' approximately
* $36,000, Hudson said.
For more information on
how to get involved with the
Jackson County March of
Dimes campaign, contact
Chuck Hudson at 526-7144,
or Jennifer Bitner, area direc-
tor for March of Dimes, at
(850) 339-2149.


Council, health


department ask


for a bit more
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


The Jackson County
Commission has, for the most
part, balanced the upcoming
county budget by cutting hun-
dreds of thou-
sands of dollars
So ' from the wish
* .-i lists submititted
* by � various
departments.
To view some But a few
of the debate requests are still
over the budget being consid-
proposals, ered and will'
go to mean another
jcfloridan.com. budget adjust-
ment, if they are
approved.
The, Jackson County Health
Department, for instance, is ask-
ing the commission to increase its
budget from $198,000 to
$220,000. That's the same level it
was at two years ago, before
commissioners asked department
heads to trim their budgets by 5
percent for two years running.
Jackson County Health
Department Director William
Long told the commission the
cuts are still hurting, and will be
difficult to maintain in the com-
ing year with increased responsi-


JCDC Director Bill Stanton came
before the county commission to
request an increase in his
agency's budget. - Mark
Skinner / Floridan
abilities on the horizon.
Jackson County Development
Council Executive Director Bill
Stanton also requested an
increase in the county's contribu-
tion to his budget, asking for
$207,000 in the coming year.
Last year, the county budgeted
$178,695.
Stanton, in his presentation to
,the commission this week, said
the county has realized a '400
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Marianna, FL 32446
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July 28- Wednesday ,
*Jackson County Habitat for Hurnanity
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.
*. The Southeastern Community Blood.
Center-mobile unit will be at The Outpost in
Marianna,. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., or donate
blood at the center, 2503 Commercial Park
Drive in Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to
6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
* Jackson County Sheriff Lou Roberts and
staff will serve free boiled peanuts 11 a.m.
to61 p.m. at the farmers' market pavilion on
Jackson Street in Marianna. All citizens of
Jackson County are welcome.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
12-1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia, St., Marianna, in
the AA room. .
* The Jackson. Hospital Board of Trustees
will have its regular Board meeting at,5:30
p.m. in the Community Room ,of the Hudnall,
Building.

July 29 - Thursday
* Waste Management' will host a public
meeting in Marianna to provide local citizens
more. information about the 'Gulf oil spill-
related material it is disposing of at
Springhill Landfill in Jackson County..The
.-meeting is, set for 3-6 p.m. on July 29 at the
Agriculture Center on Penn Avenue.
* The Jackson. County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is
sold , out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday in .the Jackson County
Courthouse parking lot. The 'state certified
farmers' market accepts FMNP/WIC and
Elder. Affairs coupons.
* Tai Chi for Arthritis 'class at 9:30 a.m. at


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police,
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for July
27, the latest available
report: Two accidents with-
out injury, one suspicious
:vehicle, one suspicious
incident, one verbal distur-
bance, three burglar
alarms, one shooting in the
area call, 15 traffic stops,
one larceny, 'obne trespass-
ing complaint, one juvenile
complaint, . one animal
complaint, one assist of
another agency 'and two
public service calls.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
* The Jackson County.


Sheriff's Office and coun-
ty Fire/Rescue reported
the following incidents for
July 27, the latest avail-
able report (Some of these
calls may related to after-
hours calls taken on behalf
of Graceville - and
Cottondale Police
Departments): One drunk
driver, two accidents with-
out injury, one dead per-
son, one stolen tag, three
abandoned vehicles, two
suspicious vehicles, three
suspicious incidents, two
information reports, one
funeral escort, two physi-
cal disturbances, two ver-
bal disturbances, one
prowler, one gas leak, 23
medical calls, seven bur-


the Jackson County Senior Citizens Center.:
Wear comfortable 'clothes and flat shoes.'
Class is free and open to the, public. Call
557-5644.
* Jackson County Public Library's
Summer Reading Program is 10-11 a.m.
(preschool age), and 11:15 a.m:-12:15 p.m.
(school age).in the Graceville Civic Center";
and 2-3 p.m. (presch'ool.age), and 3:15-4:15
p.m. (school age) inthe Alford Community"
Center.. Hear stories, make crafts, earn
prizes and books-by reading or being read
to. Call 482-9631 for reservations.
* The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board Inc. convenes a by-laws
sub-committee meeting at 10 a.m., followed
by an executive committee meeting at 11;
a.m., both in the community room of the
Chipola Regional Workforce Board office,
4636 Highway 90 East, Marianna. Call 718-
0456,ext. 101..
* The Marianna City Commission con-
venes a special meeting at 2 p.m. in City
Hall. On the agenda: Prolosed tentative
milage; presentation by Gallager Benefit
Services for joining a self-insured trust.Call
718-1'001.
* Thursday Night Concert in the Park -
Jackson County Parks and Recycling
Department's summer' concert series con-
tinues tonight with music from The Ivey
Brothers, 7-9:30 p.m. at Citizens Lodge Park
in -Marianna. Admission is free. Bring lawn
chairs, blankets and enjoy the free outdoor
concert.
' * Alcoholics Anonymous (closed discus-
siTn), 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room. Attendance limited to persons
with a desire to stop drinking.

July'30,- Friday
* The Southeastern Community Blood'.
Center mobile, unit will be at the Marianna
Lowes, 11 a.m. to'4 p.m., or donate blood qt
the center,'2503 Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna, 'Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 pim:.
Call 526-4403.
* The American Cancer Society Relay for


glar alarms, one shooting
in the area, 22 traffic
stops, two larcenies, one
criminal mischief com-
plaints, two
-------- papers-
7r -- p a p er s
- _r-. served, two
._ (" civil dis-
'ClME putes, nine
4 - trespassing
complaints,
one boating accident, one
juvenile complaint, two
assaults, one suicide or
attempt, one animal com-
plaint, one cow complaint,
one dog complaint, two
sex offenses, one assist of
another agency, six public
service calls, two trans-
ports, one threat and one
VIN verification.


Life'2010 Kick-off Party is 6-10 p.m. at the
\Vanity Fair Outlet in Graceville. Hosted by
local DJ Jim "Cricket" Kain, local cloggers
will perform' and Jackson County songwriter
Travis. Nils Williams will provide entertain-
ment 7:30-8:30 p.m.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road.
Dinner, 6,p.m. (free for first-time guests);
meeting, 7 p.m. Child care available. Call
209-7856, 573-1131.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.

July 31 - Saturday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is
sold out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
.Saturdays in the Jackson County
Courthouse parking lot. The state certified
farmers' market accepts FMNP/WIC and
Elder Affairs coupons.
* Author and Marianna native Juanita Ford
will be signing copies of her.book, "Life in
the Blood," from 1,0 a.m. to.noon at Basford
Christian Supply. Ford is also a teacher, con-
ference .speaker and co-founder of Full
Benefit Ministries in College Park, Ga.. Call
526-3913.
* The local chapter of the Florida A & M
University alumni association welcomes all
FAMU supporters to a noon "Rattler Round-
up" at the Russ House in Marianna. Call
482-2223 or 209-2943.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in
the AA room.
* Grand opening festivities at the Town of
Bascom Community Park begin at 6 p.m.
Activities include: Ribbon cutting ceremony
by : the Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce, gospel music from the Bryan
Brothers Quartet, a classic car and truck
Show, and an "Old Timers" softball game.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting period:
- Glanna Simmons, 40,
2514 Mars Lane, Marianna,
awaiting, transport to
Department of Corrections.
- Billy Williams, 52, 621
South Main St., Lafayette,
Ga., reckless driving with
alcohol, driving while
license suspended or
revoked.
- Warren Douglas, 20,
5479 Jordan St., Graceville,
non-payment of child sup-
port.
- Panfilo Rodriguez-


Angeles, 30, State Road
276, Cottondale, driving
while license suspended or
revoked.
- Edward Pride, 59, 5543
Willis Road, Greenwood,
worthless check.
- Ryan Massey, 19, 4367
Crescent Lane, Marianna,
illegal dumping. ,
- James Cobb, 28, 111
Summerwood Drive,
Panama City, hold for
Orange County, hold for
Semin61e County.
JAIL POPULATION: 268
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000. To report a wildlife
violation, call 1'-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN Graceville, FL 32440. Applications can
also be personally delivered by the Sept.
The 30th Annual Graceville Harvest 3 deadline.
Festival Pageant will be Saturday, Sept. Applications can be picked up at Bush
11, at the Graceville Civic' Center in Paint and Supply, Griaceville City Hall,
Graceville. Contestants in the Baby Miss the Graceville News, Carolyn's Fashions
(0-12 months), Toddler Miss (13-23 in Chipley, and Forget Me Not
months), Tiny Miss (2-3 years old), Photography in Bonifay.
,Future Little Miss (4-5 years old) and Winners will receive a trophy, crown
Little Miss (6-7 years old) categories will and banner. Alternates and participants
compete at 2 p.m.; and contestants in the will receive trophies.
Petite Miss (8-9 years-old), Miss Preteen Pageant wear is available locally
(10-12 years old), Junior Miss (13-14- through Roberta Newell, 263-3040.
years old), Teen Miss (15-16 years old) Photo packages will be available the
and Miss (17-21 years, old) categories afternoon and night of the pageant.
compete at 6:30 p.m. The door admission, $4 per adult',
Thqepageant entry fee for contestants is, applies to'all individuals with the excep-
$5.0, with all proceeds going to the tion of contestants. Admission is free for
Graceville Harvest Day Celebration. The children 3 and under..
pageant is sponsored .by City of The contestant from each age category
Graceville. The Graceville Harvest who collects the most money will win the
Festival Pageant is an open pageant, and People's Choice title for that category
according to pageant organizers, is an and will receive a trophy at the pageant.
excellent opportunity for National Peanut The results of the People's Choice Award
Festival Pageant participants. contest will not affect the overall results,
Applications and entry fees are due-by of the pageant.
Sept. 3. Checks made payable to the City Additional information is available by
of Graceville, along with completed contacting Teresa Bush at 263-4744
applications, should be mailed to Bush (day) or 263-3072 (night), or Michelle
Paint and Supply, Attn: Teresa Bush, Watkins with the City of Graceville at
Pageant. Director, 971 Sixth Ave., 263-3250.


Marriages,
divorces for
July 19-23
Marriages
* Nevin Richard Kraemer
and Kacee Lynette Wooten.
* Richard . Wayne
Braswell and Sonya Byrd
Kirkland.
* Annie R. Beavers and
Charles Edward Minor.
*. Marcello Louis Dudley
and Tracey Renee Lipford.
* Warren 0. Dawkins and
Mary Latoya Huntley.
Freddie Glenn Harrison
and Shannan Lee Lowery:
* Kenneth Lavearn Haley
III and Catlyn C. Roberts.
Divorces
* Caryn E. Kaufman vs.
Charles P. Kaufman.
* Janice Creel Holbert vs.
Ivan Holbert.
S-. Devon Leighanne
Peacock vs. Thomas Eric
Edge.
* -Janet Denine Hearns vs.
Willie Brown Hearns.
* Jacqueline Joyner York
vs. Nicholas A. York.
* Herman J. Jeter vs.
Jeanni Palmer Brown.


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both of Marianna.
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presented by the American Health Care Association.
Over 700 facilities applied for the award this year
and Chipola Nursing Pavilion was one of the
organizations chosen to receive it.
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Human remains found; may
be at least 500 years old
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
SILVER SPRINGS - An archaeologist has
uncovered human remains in north Florida estimat-
ed to be at least 500 years old.
Authorities a deputy was called a recreation area
of the Ocala National Forest. University of Florida
archaeologist Asa Randall told the deputy that while
conducting a precursory dig he.found human bones.
He estimated them to be from 500 to 700 years old.
Randall said he was required by law to notify law
enforcement officials if he discovered human
remains.
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4A "Wednesday, July 28, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


EDITORIAL


www.JCFLORIDAN.com


FLORIDAN


Publisher: Valeria Roberts


Managing Editor: Michael Becker


Our Opinion.



For tests to


work,


district


must-.be


alert

We reported last week that drug test
positives were up among high school
students. There's good news and bad
news in that statistic.
The good news is this doesn't repre-
sent a sudden increase in drug use
among high school students. Instead,
the school district has become savvier
about what some students are doing to
circumvent the tests, or provide
"clean" samples.
And that's the bad news. A quick
search of the Internet reveals, there are
a number of ways, from buying clean
samples to other, more dubious mdth-
ods, of circumventing these drug tests.
It is unfortunate that some students
would.prefer to go this route, rather,
than just avoid drugs completely. But
it also raises some questions about the
usefulness of student testing.
Some studies indicate the tests have
no real discernable impact on drug use
among students. This is understand-"
able - students who chose to partici-
pate in extracurricular activities are
less likely to be those who are using
drugs anyway..
But other studies show random test-
ing does make a difference. One study
just released this month, conducted on
behalf of the U.S. Department of
Education, found overall drug use was
lower in schools that did random test-:
ing, than in schools that didn't.-
If Jackson County is going to test
students - and there's no indication
the district is going to stop doing it-
then educators need to be sure they.
are as up-to-date as the students
regarding ways to foil the system.
, The whole point of the tests is deter-:
rence. And if students know they can
beat the system, that's not much of a
deterrent.


CONTACT YOUR


REPRESENTATIVE

Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 7
MartLColey@myfloridanhouse.gov
Capitol office
319 The Capitol .
402 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-2873
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


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 ediorial@jcfloridan.com. The Floridan
reserves the rightto editor not publish any letter Be
sure to include yourfull address and telephone number.
These used to verify the letter and will not
be printed For more information call (850) 526-3614.



FiINCIOAL CLlMATE
TO STAr FAMILY


Obama can
BY MORTON KONDRACKE government
the recession
The economy is weak and Obama cla
the public is angry. What but the public
should President Barack it. And at the
Obama do? He could do what ing 6nly aboi
Richard Nixon did: Go to month - les
China. what's neces
I don't mean take a trip. to country back
Beijing. I mean do something unemployme
unexpected and out of politi- . The presid
cal character. In this case, lis- allies in Con
ten to Republicans and the outside econ
business community (and a devout believe
few Democrats) and try using Maynard Ke:
tax cuts to get the economy side" econon
moving. more spendii
He could call for Congress plus some ta
to postpone the scheduled But, by 51
repeal of most or all of percent, accc
President George W. Bush's released Pew
2001 and 2003 tax-cuts and , prefers reduce
also call for a cut in the cor- deficit to spe
porate tax rate, now second- job creation.'
highest in the world. Republican
He also could call for a that kind of
payroll tax holiday to encour- "no" to new
age hiring and possibly win least to demi
bipartisan support for some lays be offse
stimulus spending, daring budget cuts.
Republicans to make a fuss Enough cc
about the danger of enlarging moderate De
the federal deficit. ., just nervous
He could address the deficit' the same opi
in next year's budget after the no chance of
bipartisan debt commission spending throw
comes up with a comprehen- even if econo
sive solution at the end of this Paul Krugma
year, which should include tax Blinder of Pi
and entitlement reform plus University, C
recommendations for new University's
revenue sources. and Robert R
Obama clearly is a University ol
Keynesian and so are his eco- Berkeley, say
nomic advisers. Their 2009 ward off a 19
stimulus-plan was heavy on nomic failure


do

spending to fight
ims it's working,
c doesn't believe
best, it's creat-
ut 100,000 jobs 'a
s than half of
sary to bring the
to 5 percent
nt in 10 years.
ent, most of his
gress and liberal
omists - also
xers in John
ynes' "demand
nics - think that
ing is the answer,
rgeted tax cuts.
percent to 40
6rding to a just-
v poll, the public
;ing the federal
ending more on
ns are relying on
polling to say
spending, or at
iand that any out-
t with other
conservative and
mocrats - or
ones - are of
union that there's
f getting big
ough Congress,
omists such as
ian and Alan
rinceton
Columbia
Joseph Stiglitz,
Reich of the
f California,
y it's necessary to
930s-style eco-
e . ,


'Nixon' on jobs


So what should Obama do?
He should'do as Harvard
economist N. Gregory
Mankiw recommends: Have
some intellectual humility and
see if something else might
work - namely, tax cuts.
Mankiw was President
George W. Bush's former chief
economic adviser, but - writ-
ing in the current issue of the
journal National Affairs - he
does not come off as a doctri-
naire "supply side" ideologue.
Rather, he admits that econ-
omists and policymakers
"have no way of knowing for
sure" if their economic mod-
els are correct in coping with
a crisis.
But he makes a good case
for trying tax cuts to see-if
they ,might have better results
than Obama's stimulus, which
was sold on the basis that it
would hold unemployment
below 8 percent, whereas it's
now almost 10 percent.
Mankiw cites several aca-
demic studies - including
one by Obama's own chief
economist, Christina Romer
(written before she went to
work for Obama) - showing
that tax cuis have a bigger
growth "multiplier" effect
than government spending.
That is, each dollar of tax
cuts - particularly busiliess
and income tax cuts - pro-
duces (depending on the
study) from $3 to $5 in eco-
nomic growth,. up to four
times the effect of increases in
government spending.
In a Nixon-goes-to-China


move, Obama could adopt
some of the recommendations
recently made by the U.S.
Chamber of Commerce at its
Jobs for America Summit.
(Disclosure: I was paid to
moderate a bipartisan con-
gressional panel at the confer-
ence.)
An."open letter" to Obama
and Congress issued in con-
junction with the conference
asserted that "our precariously
weak economy - and espe-
cially our all-important small-
business sector- simply can-
not sustain (the) massive tax
hikes" that automatic expira-
tion of the.Bush tax cuts will
impose next year.
In 2011, the top individual
income tax rate is scheduled
to jump from its present 35
percent to 39.6 percent - and
to nearly 45 percent, includ-
ing new Medicare taxes
passed as part of Obama's
health care plan. Adding state
taxes will put the rate above
50 percent.
The chamber letter called
for "at least a temporary
extension of all the tax relief
passed in the prior decade,"
plus reduction of corporate
taxes.
What are the chances that
Obama could "go to China"?
Liberals will howl that he's
buying "voodoo economics,"
going over to the "supply
side" and benefiting the rich.
But it's worth a try. And
what's better - ideological
purity or a fast reduction in
the jobless rate?


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Too many choices?
Dear editor,
There was a good turnout at
the political debate sponsored
by the Concerned American
Patriots July 19. The ques-
tions were good and the
answers clear.
The most important ques-
tion was not asked - how do
you propose to get the most
votes in.a race with four can-
didates? What polling do you
have that indicates you can'
garner all the conservative
votes, and some of the
Democrat votes, when there
will be a Democrat, a'
Republican, and two non-
party affiliate candidates on
the ballot in November? If
that question cannot be realis-
.tically answered, then Rep.
Allen Boyd will continue in'
office.
In my opinion, the only ,
hope there is for retiring Boyd
is for the non-party affiliate
candidates to withdraw from
the race and put their financial
resources and effort into sup-
porting the Republican candi-
date, and for the Republican
candidates who are defeated
in the August primary to do
the same.
T Rom, - - Pnnrnr�


Marianna

Young man needs,
inspiration
Dear editor,
Let's look at a dilemma and
see if there's a way out.
Here's one example of the sit-
uation I'm talking about.
A young man has recently
completed a stay in a respect-
ed male juvenile detention
center, having been sent there
when he was on the brink of
becoming a juvenile offender.
Now he's out and one course
shy of his' GED.and six
months shy of becoming 18,
but he's so uninspired. He has
little male guidance and no
job opportunities, nothing to
do except hang out with
friends and watch TV and
play video games at their
house. He's not content at
home with two sisters and the
grandmother who raised him
in a Christian environment;
staying home is understand-
ably boring for a young man
his age.
His sites now, to be expect-
ed, are much wider. The prob-
lem is there's not much good
in sight. Jobs are few for
those of any age; one for a
youngster without a high
o'hnil Ani-rotinn pvtrrmrl l'
T


rare. Thd vague idea he's had
of going to community col-
lege gets vaguer every hour.
It's pot that he doesn't have
intelligence - he does. He
once thought ofworking the
land - something to do with
agriculture. Just before he lost
his way and went to the
detention center, he worked
part-time at a job that could
have led to a career. Alas,
someone else has the job he
forfeited.
Now he's in limbo, but he
won't be for long. Unless he
suddenly wakes up and sees
what he has to do, or unless
someone comes up with a
good way out for him and he
makes the right decision to
take that route, he's on his
way to the kind of notoriety
so many young men like him
wind up with these days. His
name and photo will run on
the,. front page of this newspa-
per, and he'll find himself on
a path to a life he won't be in
charge of in any way; he'll be
in jail.
He now has a six-month
window. Is there anyone who
can wake him up from his
daydream; is there anyone
who can show him a way to
succeed and will. he take that
opportunity? Or will he, like
so many young men before
him. strav into the criminal


life? Young men shy of 18
and those of similar age who
have not had strong male
leadership often don't develop
the core of self-confidence
they need to overcome life's
barriers. They need someone
to help them jump these hur-.
dles.
Who can do that? Will the
persons who can please step
forward? How can we all
help? I'd like to know because
this young man who's my
example is near and dear to
me. He's not related but I love
him. Please call (482-2343) if
you have ideas.
Anne Spencer
Marianna .
Family grateful for
support
Dear editor,
We would like to express
our heartfelt thanks to the
countless people who prayed
for our husband, father and
grandfather, Robert Downum,
during his recent heart sur-
gery. We are grateful to all
who lifted him up and are so
thankful to report he has
made a full recovery.
The family of Robert Downum
RiAn /,-flf7n


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Fla. adopts 'Common Core' academic standards


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
TALLAHASSEE - Florida
became the latest state to adopt a
set of national benchmarks for stu-
dent learning in math and English
on Tuesday with the approval, of
the Common Core State
'Standards. The state Board of
Education voted unanimously in
favor of adopting the standards in a-
brief meeting on Tuesday.
Commissioner Eric Smith had rec-
ommended approval.
The vote makes Florida the 30th
state to adopt the standards, fol-


lowing approvals. in Massachusetts
and the District of Columbia last
week. In all, about 40 states are
expected to adopt the benchmarks
by this fall.
"This approval marks a vital
next step on Florida's long-stand-
ing and successful ,education
reform journey by strengthening
our curriculum standards for these
critical subjects and laying the
groundwork for the comparison of
our state's academic progress with
our nation and the world," said T.
Willard Fair, the board's chairman.
. The standards were produced by


the National Governors
Association and the Council of
Chief State School Officers to
replace a patchwork of varying
standards across states with a set
of uniform guidelines. The federal
government has not been involved
'in the project, though it has
encouraged adopting the standards
and included it as part of scoring in
the "Race to the Top" grant com-
petition, in which Florida is an
applicant. Current standards vary
significantly in each state.
In a study released earlier this
'month, the Thomas B. Fordham


Institute said Florida's standards in
math and English are comparable
in rigor and clarity to the Common
Core standards. The study praised
Florida's English standards as
being clearly written, though it
said they were sometimes repeti-
tive and failed to address
American literature.
The state's math standards also
received high marks.
Smith said the board will dis-
cuss implementing the standards
over time at a future meeting.
The Florida Education
Association, the statewide union,


said that while it supports chal-
lenging students and increasing
standards, implementation could
be costly and hasn't been exten-
sively discussed.
"Most of the things that have
been coming down the pike recent-
ly, as far as improving school stan-
dards and such, have been without
a Whole lot of financial support,
and in a period of time where
we've been cutting the education
budget over the last four years,
doing these new approaches is
costly," Mark Pudlow, a union
spokesman, said.


Oil spill legal mess likely one of costliest ever


BY CURT ANDERSON
AP LEGAL AFFAIRS WRITER.
MIAMI - BP PLC and
the other companies'
involved in the Gulf of
Mexico oil spill are faced
with fast-multiplying law-
suits that will provoke one
of the most drawn-out and
costliest legal battles in U.S.
history, one that could easily
consume the $20 billion set
aside by BP to pay for the
disaster, according to legal
experts and attorneys
nationwide.
One veteran complex liAd-
gation attorney estimated
that unless there is a quick
settlement that satisfies all
sides, it will be 2015 before
any trials begin and At least
2028. before appeals and
other legal issues are fully
resolved. The attorney, Lela
Hollabaugh of Nashville,
Tenn., pointed out that. it
took 20 years to complete all,
claims from the 1989 Exxon
Valdez oil disaster in
Alaska.
"When you're looking at
an incident like this, which
has so many different parties
in different 'states,, you just
simply can't get through the
litigation . quickly,"
Hollabaugh said. "It just
takes a long time to move
through the process."
So far, at least 300 federal
lawsuits have been filed in
12 states against BP and. the
other three maih companies
involved in the April 20
explosion aboard ' -the
Deepwater Horizon drill rig,
which triggered the nation's
worst-ever offshore oil spill.
Virtually every lawsuit
names.as defendants BP, rig
owner Transocean Ltd., well
contractor Halliburton Co.


and Cameron International,
maker of the well's failed
blowout preventer, ,
The plaintiffs make up the
entire mosaic of the Gulf
Coast: shrimpers and oyster-:
men, charter boat captains,
beach resort and condo own-
ers, restaurants and bars,
seafood suppliers, bait And
tackle shops, even tourist
attractions like Key West's
Ripley's Believe It or Not
museum.
Most of the parties claims
, severe economic losses from
the oil spill, ranging from
the fish they can no longer
catch to tourists who never
arrived to rent rooms.
There are also a few
- wrongful death and injury
lawsuits filed, mainly in
state courts, by workers who
survived the Deepwater
Horizon explosion and rehl-
tives of some of the 11 men
wh6 died. And some BP
investors also have sued,
claiming the company's
mistakes led to a sharp drop
in its stock price.
A federal judicial, panel is
meeting Thursday in Boise,
Idaho, to consider whether
to consolidate some or all of
the lawsuits for pretrial deci-
sions before a single judge, a
development that most
observers say is a foregone
conclusion. BP and the other
companies favor federal
court in Houston - near
their major U.S. operations
- while a majority of plain-
tiffs' attorneys have suggest-
ed New Orleans, closer to
the broken well and to many
of the hardesf-hit victims.
Courts in Florida,
Mississippi and Alabama
also are being suggested as
venues.
It's difficult to estimate


potential damages that BP
could be forced to pay, or
what shape a settlement
might take. But legal experts
say BP alone is looking at
some $2 billion in costs just'
to defend itself, with the $20
billion fund set aside to pay
oil spill claims and cleanup
costs potentially not enough
to f9ot the entire bill.
"There's no way it's going
.to be enough," said Victor
Diaz, a , Miami attorney
experienced in similar, large-
scale cases such as those
involving faulty Chinese
drywall.
"We still don't know what
will happen later, whaf the
second and third wave of
damages might be. What
happens if six months later,
some fish species is wiped
out?"
One example of post-spill
lawsuits: the owners of a
Louisiana shrimp boat claim
in a new lawsuit, they are
suffering health problems
including headaches, nausea
and shortness of breath after-
working for BP in the col-
lecting and burning of oil in
the Gulf.
BP's liability is already
larger than the. Exxon
Valdez case, which ultinate-
ly led to a $500 million pay-
but to affected fishermen
and residents. Other large'
"mass tort" cases include
drug maker Merck & Co.'s
agreement in 2008 to a
$4.85 billion settlement of
some 50,000 cases stem-
ming from its withdrawn
painkiller Vioxx.
Also, Pharmaceutical
company Wyeth initially
settled claims over its diet
drug fen-phen for $3.75 bil-
lion in 1999, but that soared
to more than $21 billion by


2004 as more claims were
filed.
Asbestos, which has
caused widespread .lung dis-
ease and other ailments, is
the longest-running miass
lawsuit case in U.S. history,
costing a variety of compa-
nies more than $70 billion
and involving more than
730,000 claims since the
1970s, according to an
analysis by the nonprofit
Rand Corp. And tobacco
companies have been
slapped with thousands of
lawsuits over the dangers of
cigarette smoking. They
won most of them until the
major companies agreed in
1998 to a 25-year, $206 bil-
'-lion settlement with 46
states who sued over the,
costs to their health pro-
grams.
The BP case will differ in
many . ways' from those:
involving drug companies,
automakers and asbestos
manufacturers, where peo-
ple died or 'suffered illnesses
directly caused 'by the prod-
uct. In an oil spill, oyster-
men whose .beds were
choked off by oil might have
relatively easy .claims to
prove, but what about a
beachfront hotelier whose
business fell off, or a proper-
ty owner whose house may
suddenly be worth much
less?
"People who have those
indirect claims are going to
have a difficult time under
any situation," Hollabaugh
said. "Where does it end?
You could say the oil spill
has harmed our whole coun-
try."


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Police, activists prepare days ahead of Ariz. law


BY JONATHAN J. COOPER
AND MICHELLE PRICE
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS

PHOENIX - The sheriff of Arizona's
most populous county is making room in a
vast outdoor jail and determined to round up
illegal immigrants to fill it. Police from the
U.S.-Mexico border to the Grand Canyon
are getting last-minute training. And
protests and marches are planned through-
out Phoenix.
Arizona's new immigration law takes
effect Thursday, creating a potentially
volatile mix of police, illegal immigrants
and thousands of activists, many planning to
show up without identification as a show of


solidarity. At least one group plans to block
access to federal offices, daring officers to
ask them their immigration status.
"Our message for that day is: 'Don't com-
ply, don't buy,'" said activist Liz Hourican,
whose group, CodePink, plans to block the
driveway for immigration offices in down-
town Phoenix.As both sides prepare, a fed-
eral judge is deciding whether to step in and
block the law. It requires officers enforcing
other laws to check a person's immigration
status if they suspect the person is in the
country illegally. It also bans illegal immi-
grants from soliciting work in a public
place.
Police across the state scrambled on
Tuesday to train officers, including on how


to avoid racial profiling, and plan for a
potential influx of detainees.
The hardest-line approach is expected in
the Phoenix area, where Maricopa County
Sheriff Joe Arpaio plans his 17th crime and
immigration sweep. He plans to hold the
sweep, regardless of any ruling by U.S.
District Judge Susan Bolton.
Arpaio, known for his tough stance
against illegal immigration, plans to send
about 200 deputies and volunteers out, look-
ing for traffic violators, people wanted on
criminal warrants and others. He's used that
tactic before to arrest dozens of people,
many of them illegal immigrants.
"We don't wait. We just do it," he said. "If
there's a new law out, we're going to


enforce it." He said that the space he made
in the complex of military surplus tents can
handle 100 people, and that he will find
room for more if necessary.
Elsewhere in the state, police officials
said they didn't expect any dramatic events.
They were busy wrapping up training ses-
sions this week, with some agencies saying
that untrained officers will not be allowed
on the streets.
Many of the state's 15,000 police officers
have been watching a DVD released this
month that signs that might indicate a per-
son is an illegal immigrant are speaking
poor English, looking nervous or traveling
in an overcrowded vehicle. It warned that
race and ethnicity do not.


Utah court

reverses

polygamist

leader

convictions
BY JENNIFER DOBNER
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
SALT LAKE CITY -
The Utah Supreme Court on
Tuesday reversed' the con-
victions of polygamrst,
leader Warren Jeffs and
ordered a new trial, saying a
jury received incorrect
instructions before consid-
ering his role in the 2001
nuptials of a 14-year-old
girl to her 19-year-old
cousin.
Jeffs, 54, was convicted
in 2007 of two counts of
first-degree felony rape as
an accomplice. He is serv-
ing two consecutive terms
of five years to life in the
Utah State Prison.
A telephone call seeking
comment from the'
Washington County attor-
ney's office and the Utah
attorney was not immedi-
- ately returned Tuesday.
Jeffs' lawyers scheduled a
news conference later
Tuesday.
Jeffs is head of the
Fundamentalist Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints. The group, based on
the Utah-Arizona state life,
practices polygamy in mar-
riages arranged by church,
leaders. , ,1 ' " '. -'
/ Jeffs performed the reli-
gious, marriage of Elissa-
Wall and Allen Steed in, a:
Caliente, Ney., motel and
later counseled Wall to be
obedient and give her
"mind, body and soul" to
her husband in an effort to
make an unhappy marriage
work.
During the .trial and later
in her book; "Stolen
Innocence," Wall said she
objected to the marriage
and was forced into sexual
relations with her husband.
. The Associated Press
does not typically name vic-
tims of alleged sexual
assault, but Wall has .fre-
quently spoken publicly
about the case.
In its ruling Tuiesday,, the
court.agreed with' defense.
attorneys who argued that
jurors should qot have been
told to decide whether
Wall's marital relations
were consensual based on
Jeffs' actions and his role as
her religious leader. That
essentially , equates Jeffs,
with Steed - the person
who allegedly has had non-
consensual sex.'
Justices said prosecutors
were wrong to make that
leap.
"Only. after there is a
determination that an
offense has been committed
can the law impose liability
on another party who
'solicited, request, com-
manded, encouraged or
intentionally aided' in the
commission of that
offense," the court's opinion
states.
Steed was charged with
rape the day. after Jeffs'
September 2007 'conviction,
but the case has languished
and it's unclear how it
might now proceed.
Under state law, the par-
ties in the case new have 14
days to ask for a rehearing
of the case before the Utah
Supreme Court.
The ruling from the high
court comes as Washington
County authorities investi-
gate allegations that Wall
may have lied about her
medical records that were
used in the trial.
County Attorney Brock
Belnap launched an investi-
gation in February after he
was told by a third party
that Wall's "medical
records had all'been created
in one day to make it look
like she had seen a caretak-
er on several different occa-
sions.".


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Jackson County Floridan * Wednesday, July 28, 2010" 7A


Fla. is finalist for education funds DUI, checkpoint this week
STAFF REPORT other drug-related traffic acci-
dents There are nDlns to con-


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

TALLAHASSEE - Florida has
been named one of 19 finalists for a
U.S. Department of Education com-
petition that rewards states for ambi-
tious education reforms.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan


BY MORGAN CARLSON
' FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

The Jackson , County Sheriff's
Office is hoping to make residents
more informed about gangs.'
There will be a meeting for mem-
bers of the community at 6:30 p.m. on
Thursday, Aug. 6, in the Marianna
High School auditorium. I
The sheriff's office is trying to
bring awareness to the community;
and prevent gangs from becoming a
problem in Jackson County, accord-.
ing to Capt. Elwood Stephens, of the'
Uniformed Division at the sheriff's
office.
One reason Jackson County needs
to be more -aware of gang activity' is ,
the presence of state and federal cor-
rectional facilities, in the area. Many
in these facilities are gang members,.


announced the "Race to the Top"
winners Tuesday in Washington.
Florida was a finalist in the first
round of the $4.35 billion competi-
tion, but ultimately received no funds.
Delaware and Tennessee got $600
million, and about $3.4 billion
remains to be awarded.


and the family members of people
held at the facilities are drawn to the
area, Stephens said. ,
Also, Panama City and Dothan,
Ala., are both seeing an increase in
gang activity:
Gang, experts from Bay and
Washington counties will be speaking
at the meeting. .
School resource officers in Jackson
County are also. involved, with the
effort. This is an attempt to stop gang
activity at the school level, Stephens
said.
' Some concerned parents in Jaqkson
County . have contacted' -school
resources officers in the schools to
discuss gang activity,'Stephens said..
Representatives from the Jackson
County Sheriff's Qffice meet with
other agencies to form a multi-agency.
gang task force. Participating agen-T


Gov. Crist formed a group of union
and education leaders to work on the
state's second-round application.
If successful, Florida could get up
to $700. million for education
reforms.
The winners will be announced in
September.


The Marianna Police
Department will be conduct-
ing a D.U.I. checkpoint on
Thursday from 9 p.m. to 12
a.m. on Pennsylvania Avenue.
The Marianna Police
Department said in a news
release that it is increasing its
focus on impaired drivers,
because research shows it
helps decrease alcohol and

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cies include the Bay, Holmes and P"urLnlases.
Washington county sheriff's offices,
the Bonifay Police Department, the department will have to
State Attorney's Office, state decide which upgrades to
Department of Corrections, and the sacrifice.
Department of Juvenile Justice. The commission also
The multi-agency gang task force nixed the purchase of a spe-
has -been meeting forn about a year to cial $6,8,00 rugged laptop
discuss gang activity in the area. computer, to replace one
Sheriff- Lou Roberts said it -is that firefighters use in the
important to get awareness out to the 'ambulance:
Jackson County community. Commissioners said they
The sheriff said'his office is trying, thought staff could get by
to prevent things like the crime and with fewer "bells and whis-
drive-by shootings that happen in tles" than the $2,500 pack-
neighboring counties, from happening age proposed by technolo-
in Jackson County. gy, and that a massive
"We need to be aware of the poten- replacement plan have to
tial for1 gang activity to come to wait, until they have a more
Jackson County, and we can't do this
without partnering with the communi-
ty," Robetts said. M iorer


duct several more checkpoints
in the coming months.
The police department asks
residents to be patient during
any delays these checkpoints
may cause.
Residents who see an
impaired driver are asked to
report it to the Marianna
Police Department at 526-
3125.


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robust budget to work with.
Last year and the year
before, the commission had
required departments to cut
5 percent from their budg-
ets before presenting them
for approval.
The commission made
no such requirement' this
year. . ,
Most department heads,
however, asked for little in
the way of extras.
The budget has not yet
been formally adopted, and
other changes may be made
before'it is.


Continued From Page 1A


Attorneys offer competing portraits of Blagojevich


By DON BABWIN AND MICHAEL
TARM
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITE RS

CHICAGO - Two portraits of
Illinois' disgraced former governor
emerged Tuesday from his corruption
trial: An insecure bumblerwho talked
too much and a greedy, smart politi-.
cal schemer determined to use his
power to enrich himself.
The contrasting images were
offered by a prosecutor and a defense
attorney as they finished closing
arguments and prepared to' Hiand the
case over to the jury. which was
scheduled to begin deliberating Rod
Blagojevich's fate Tuesday after
hearing seven weeks of evidence..
Defense' attorney Sam Adam Jr.,
'described his client as naive and a
poor judge of character -- but not a
criminal. He dismissed prosecution
claims that Blagojevich tried to sell
or trade the nomination to Barack
Obama's former Senate seat.
Adam told jurors they knew the7
truth after listening to hours of FBI
wiretap tapes played by prosecutors.
"You heard the tapes, and you
heard Rod on the tapes," he said.
"You can infer what was in Rod's
mind on the tapes. You can infer from
those tapes whether he's trying to


Attorneys for former Illinois Gov.'
Rod Blagoievich Sam Adam Jr., left,
and Sam Adam Sr., right, leave the
Federal Court building for lunch,
Tuesday in Chicago,- during closing
arguments in their client's federal '
corruption trial. - AP Photo/M.
Spencer Green
extort the president of the United.
States. We heard tape after tape of'
just talking."
But Assistant U.S. Attorney Reid
Schar took those same wbrds and told
the jury to listen to both what the
governor said and what he didn't say.
Blagojevich, he insisted, knew how to
ask for a bribe in a way that the per-
son on the other end of the phone
understood exactly.


percent return" on its
investment in the program
since it started, contributing


"He knows how to communicate, in 2005.
that is what he does for a living," .He cited tax revenues
Schar said. " He's good at it." from the businesses which
Dismissing the idea that others led were pursued by the cotin-
him into 'the schemes, he asked, cil and which' located here
"Somehow he is thd accidentally cor- or expanded as a 'result,
rupt governor?". since :the county started
Adam -- pacing, sweating and contributing to JCDC's
alternately shouting and whispering budget. '
to the juiy -- acknowledged to jurors" According to Stanton,
as he began that he did not call Green Circle Bio Energy,
Blagojevich to testify, .as he had for instance, paid $331,774
promised 'when the trial started.' in county real estate and
becausethe government did notprove" tangible property taxes last
its case.. . year. Family Dollar paid
"I thought he'd sit right up here," $1,868, even with its long
Adam shouted, walking'over to the term tax incentive still in
witness stand and pointing at" the place. Rex Lumber .paid
emptyichair. "I promised he'd testify. ' $136,103.' Spanish Trail
We were wrong. Blame me." , Lumber paid $91,025,
"I had no:idea that in two-knd-a- 'Arizona- Chemical paid
half months of trialthat they'd. prove $55,982, Oldcastle Precasts
nothing. ... They want you, you and paid $53,470, Ice River
you to convict him" with no evidence, .Springs paid at least
he yelled, moving along the jury box $30,342, Marianna Plant-
and pointing to individual jurors. Mowrey Elevator paid
Instead, he portrayed Blagojevich $24,873, and JCDC paid
as a victim of overzealous prosecu- $3,421 itself on real estate
tors. it owns. Together, they and
Adam had wanted to name poten- others brought in more than
tial witnesses that prosecutors didn't $700,000 in county 'taxes
call to testify, even threatening last year, not counting taxes
Monday to risk jail by doing it after paid to the school district
Judge James B. Zagel forbid it. and, in some cases, to the


city of Marianna.
Marianna has also' con-
tributed money ' to the,
JCDC program since 2005,
and will be asked this year
for a $69,000 contribution.
Marianna gave $66,000 last
year.
JCDC operated its first
10 years on a special, feder-
ally funded .program of $3
million, with a state match
of $500,000. The money
was spread over the decade,
and the funding ended on
schedule in 2004. The
intent of the funding was to
assist communities in
establishing economic
development programs that
would eventually be self-
sustaiiing.
' Jackson County was one
of 172 communitiess in the
nation selected for the pro-
gram, and is the only one
still active from that pro-
gram, according to Stanton.
Stanton's proposed budg-
et included a 5 percent pay
raise for his two staff mem-
bers, who each currently
make $42,500 and have
gotten a raise in five years.
Stanton, who makes
$89,500, did not ask for .an
increase for himself.


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4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446'
482-2332
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Evelyn M. Hill
Baggett


anie Baggett and John Hill
of Marianna; as well as sev-
eral other in-laws, nieces,
nephews, , cousins and
friends.
The funeral service for
Mrs. Baggett will be 10 a.m.
Friday, July 30, at the Altha
Church of God, the Revs.
Allan Nichols and Carlton
Baggett officiating. Burial
will be in Mount Olive
1'-0__i.a�.� in A14-Un Tnnq^e R,


Mrs. Evelyn. M. Hill emetery in Alta, James &
Baggett, 72, of Altha died Sikes Funeral Home Mad-'
Monday, July 26, 2010, at dox Chapel directing.
Calhoun Liberty Hospital The family will receive
in Blountstown friends at the Altha Church
in Blountstown.
Mrs. Baggett was bornm ofGod, 6 to 8 p.m. Thurs-
Feb. 27, 1938, in Marianna, day, July 29.
and ha d resided in Altha Marianna Chapel
with her family for the last Funeral Home
52 years. She'was a dedi- 3960 Lafayette St.
cated wife to her husband Marianna, FL 32446
and homemaker to her 526-5059
family. Together, they .
helped run Baggett Broth- Annie tou
ers Farm in Altha. A
She was preceded in Draughon
death by her parents, Char-
lie and Floria Lewis Hill; a Annie Lou Draughon, 77,
brother, J.C. "Buck" Hillof of Bascom, passed away in
Marianna; and a special Southeast Alabama Medi-
brother-in-law, Billy B. cal Center in Dothan, Ala.,
Baggett of Altha, on Tuesday, July 27, 2010.
Survivors include a devot- Arrangements are incom-
ed husband and helpmate pete 'and will be an-
of 52 years,. L.N. "Hub" bounced later by Marianna
Baggett ' of Altha;" one Chapel Funeral Home.
daughter, Brenda Baggett Marianna Chapel Funer-
of Altha; three sons, Ri- al Home is in charge of ar-
chard Baggett and his wife rangements.
Starla, Of Marianna, Ferlon
Baggett and his wife LanierAndler
Robbin, of Clarksville, and Funeral Home
Russell Baggett of Altha; 8261 Highway 90
two sisters, Edna Brock of Sneads, FL 32460
Marianna, and Ada Mae 593-9900
Baggett of Altha; two
brothers, Donald, Hill of Margie H.
Cottondale, and Carlos Hill
and his wife Gladys, of Ma- LocKhart
rianna; grandchildren
Dustin Stevens of Altha, Mrs. Margie H. Lockhart,
Whitney "Stevens of Grand 83, a native of Recovery,
Ridge, Breanna Walker of Ga., passed away Saturday,
Altha, Shayn and Cherie July 24, 2010, in Graceville.
Baggett of Marianna, Ever- She was a member of the
ett Baggett and his wife Calvary Baptist Church in.
anielle, of Marianna, Chattahoochee, and retired
shton Baggett, and Justin as a secretary specialist
and Joshua , Taylor of with the Florida State Hos-
Clarksville; great-grandson pital in Chattahoothee.
Brody Baggett of Marianna; Mrs. Lockhart .lived in
great-granddaughter Avery Chattahoochee most of her
Carmichael of Grand life, and had been in
Ridge; -a special nephew, Graceville since 2002.
Mike Baggett, his wife Rob- ' Margie is survived by her
in, and their son Hunter, of two daughters, Nola Regis-.
Altha; a special niece, Mel- ter of Marianna, and Jenni-


fer Luther and husband
Jeff, of Palm Harbor; her
son, Jason Lockhart and
wife,Donna, of Tallahassee;
one sister, Aleen Bush of
Chipley; a brother, Estus
Hampton and wife Rita, of
Chattahoochee; two
,sisters-in-law,' Denise
Hampton of
Chattahoochee, -and Sue
Ditty of Bascom; a brother-
in-law, 'Jeffery "Shorty"
Roberts of Chattahoochee;
and six grandchildren.
Margie was preceded in
death by her parents, Sam
and Katie Hampton; her'
beloved husband, Sammy
Lockhart; a brother, Mill-
ard Hampton; .and her sis-
ter, Hazine Roberts.
Visitation with the family
will be one hour prior to
the service, 10 a.m. EDT.
Services are 11 a.m. EDT
Thursday, July 29, at the
Calvary Baptist Church,
U.S. Highway 90 East,
Chattahoochee.
In lieu of flowers, contri-
butions can be made to the
Florida. Baptist Children's
Home, 8415 Buck Lake
Road, Tallahassee, FL
32308, or Alzheimer's Asso-
ciation, North Florida
Chapter, 4237 Salisbury
Road, Suite 310, Jackson-
ville, FL 32216.
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home of Sheads, 593-9900,
is, in charge of arrange-
ments.
Holly Hill Funeral Home
3601 Old Jennings Road
Middleburg, FL 32068
904-282-9336
www.hollyhill
funerals.com

Rev. Charles
Whitman
Raley

The Rev. Charles Whit-
man Raley, 81, went home
to be with the Lord Sunday,
July 25, 2010, at his resi-
dence in Middleburg, He
was born Feb. 9, 1929, in
Panama City, to the late
Rev. and Mrs. E.L. (Dutch)
Raley of Bonifay.
Charles dedicated his life
to the service and call of'
God, He began his ministry


with his brother James and
sister Louise 61 years ago.
He served as an Assemblies
of God pastor for many
years in Florida and Alaba-
ma. He also served as dis-
. trict youth director and
Sunday school director in
the West Florida district'.
He held credentials with
the Assemblies of God
since 1948, receiving his
"Honor of Recognition"
plaque for 50 years of ordi-
nation with the Assemblies
of God on May 9, 2001.
Charles also served as a
professor at Zoe University
in Jacksonville.
Survivors, include his
wife, Dorothy Mason Raley;
one daughter deceased in
infancy, Sharon Rose; sons
the Rev. David Raley (Bev-
erly) of Webster, the Rev.
Mason Raley (Dianna) of
Middleburg, and the Rev.
John Raley (Sheri) of Mil;
ton; grandchildren Allison,
Lauren and Catherine
Raley, Mason II, Myles,
Montgpmery, and Mikaela
Raley, and Rebecca and
.Brett Raley; great-
grandchild Skylar Brooke
Raley; brothers Curry Raley
(Karen) of Stuart, and Dr.
Ernest Raley (Lavell) of Ma-
rianna.
The funeral service will
be at Bonifay First Assem-
bly of God, 1009 South
Waukesha St., Bonifay, on
Thursday, July 29, at 2 p.m-.
\The family will receive
friends 1 to 2 p.m. preced-
ing the service. Burial will
follow at Bonifay City Cem-
etery.
A tribute memorial, con-
dolences and multimedia
scrapbook of family mem-
ories, may be viewed at
www.hollyhillfunerals.com
Arrangements are under
the direction of Holly Hill
Funeral Home, 3601 Old
Jennings Road,
Middleburg.


Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, PL 32446
526-5059

Lenox Edward
Williams

Lenox Edward Williams,
78, passed away July 26,
2010, at his home in Ma-
rianna.
The funeral service be-
gins at 10 a.m. Wednesday,
July 28, at Marianna Chap-
el Funeral Home, 'Brother
Luther Pumphrey officiat-
ing.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
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Beatrice E.
Wilson

Beatrice E. Wilson, 95, of
Dellwood, passed away
peacefully on Monday, July
26, 2010, at Marianna
'Health. and Rehabilitation
Ceiite'r' .
She was born Dec. 26,
1914, in Dellwood, to the
late Walter R. and Frances
T. Conrad. She resided in
Dellwood all her life, ex-
cept 1956 to 1974, when
she lived in
Chattahoochee.
She was employed with
the Florida State Hospital,


retiring in, 1974 with 30
years of service. She loved'
life' and enjoyed cooking,
baking, sewing, working in
her yard and attending
church. She was a wonder-
ful wife, mother, grand-
mother and friend to
many.
She will be long remem-
bered for her loving nature
and the devotion and love
she had for her, family and
others. She was a member
of the 'Welcome Assembly-
of God Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Marion W. "Buck" Wilson;
an infant daughter; two
sons, Marion and Durrell
Wilson; two brothers, Gor-
don and Roy Conrad; and
sister Stella Jeter..
She is survived by her
two daughters, Betty Gay
and husband . Earl, of
Dellwood, and Wylodean
Mirkinson and husband
John, of Panama City; 11
grandchildren; 14 great-
grandchildren; five great-
great-grandchildren; her
sister, Pauline Mercer of
Columbus, Ga.; and nu-
merous nieces and neph-
ews.
The funeral service will
be 11a.m. Wednesday, July
28, at the Welcome Assem-
bly of God Church, the Rev.
Jack Howell and Dr. Tho-
mas Batts officiating. The
family will receive friends
from 10 a.m. until service
time. Interment will follow
at New Hope Cemetery
*near Dellwood.
The family wishes to ex-
tend its sincere apprecia-
tion to all the caregivers at
Marianna Health and Re-
habilitation Center and
Covenant Hospice who
helped care for Beatrice
each day of her time there;
and a special thanks to Ju-
dy, Christina, ,Frances,
Shar'' 'and Be'ky who
cared for her in her home.
Flowers and cards are al-
ways accepted, or a dona-
tion may be made to Cove-
nant Hospice, 4215 Kelson
Ave., Suite E, Marianna, FL
32446, or Welcome Assem-
bly of God Church, 6974
Messer Road, Grand Ridge,
FL 32442.


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A MEDIA GENERAL NEWSPAPER


SPORTS


WEDNESDAY


Sneads finds success at camp


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Sneads Lady Pirates volleyball
team competed in a team camp at the
University of Florida over the weekend.
Sneads sent both its varsity and junior
varsity squads, which comprised two of 49
total teams at the camp.
Lady Pirates coach Sheila Roberts said
she was very happy with her team's per-
formance in Gainesville.
"'We did great. We took the JV team for
the first time ever, and they did really well,
too," the coach said.
The teams were split up into pools in an
attempt to match up equally talented
teams.
Both Lady Pirate squads finished the
weekend at .500.
The first day of the camp consisted of'
players being run through a variety of
drills by college coaches and players, to
improve their overall skill level.
The last two days of the camp were
comprised of games, which began at 9
a.m. and lasted until 9:30 p.m. each night.
It was the sixth consecutive year that the
Sneads volleyball team has attended the
UF camp. Roberts said that it is always a
positive experience.
"This has been a little tradition for us."
the coach said. "The girls really look for-
ward to it. It really helps me for coaching
because I have somebody to brainstorm
with who has Division I playing experi-
ence. It gave me lots of ideas for training
programs, and ideas for the team.
"It's a very helpful thing, plus;it's a big
team-building time. The girls stay togeth-
er, in a dorm on campus, It's a time they
can really bond."
The Lady Pirate players spent much of
this year fund-raising for the trip, raising
more than $4.000 in total.
"A lot.can be said for traditions, espe-


Sneads Lady Pirates volleyball players and head coach Sheila Roberts gather around Jacksonville University assistant strength
and conditioning coach Rhian Davis during a three-day team volleyball camp at the University of Florida last weekend. -
Contributed Photo


cially. when you have winning programs,"
Roberts said. "The girls look forward to
the day they can go to camp. It's a gruel-
ing three days. They feel like they've been
to boot camp, but it brings them together."
The Sneads program' has been among
the best in the state in recent years, having


made the regional finals of the 2A state the camp experience %%as all the more
tournament in each of the past two, sea- valuable.
sons. . ,Deinitelv." she said. "They got to
However, the Lady Pirates will have a bond. A loteh she said. rlshavent always
new look in the all,'with only one seni bond. A otof our girls haent aays
new look i efawith only oneseor played club volleyball, so to get in that
player in Kara Alford . Se S Page 2B
With such a young team, Roberts said See SNEADS, Page 2B >


Wiggins using offseason to improve Lady 'Dawgs


. BY SHELIA MADE
FLORID N CORRESPONDENT .
Girls softball has grown at a rapid
pace in the last few years with travel
teams traveling all over theUnited
'States to participate in tournaments.
With that in mind, recently-named
Marianna High School softball coach,
Scott Wiggins said he believes it is
necessary to offer his potential play-
ers some type of training year round.
With seven years of coaching
experience, Wiggins says, "It's just
about impossible for teams to be
competitive without training during
their offseason."
Wiggins will incorporate a sum-
mer softball program following next
year's spring season.
"We'll be offering a program that
will be open the program up for the
upcoming freshman through rising
seniors," he said.,
"We'll try to schedule a little bit
tougher competition and maybe
some older teams. That's the only
way you will get better is to play
against tougher and older teams."
Wiggins said there were many
benefits to playing good competition
in the offseason.
"It's very beneficial. It gets you a
chance to jump-start your season a
little bit, especially with new players


"We're trying to get them
faster, stronger, and
, hopefully, quicker both
defensively and on the
bases."
-Scott Wiggins,
Marianna softball coach
coming up and losing your seniors,"
he said. As far as the players are
concerned, Wiggins says it provides
them with opportunities also.
"It gives the young players a
chance to see what will be expected
of them, what levelof play they'll be
facing," he said. "For the experi-
enced players, it allows them to
improve their level of play, and to
possibly work on securing their posi-
tion for the upcoming season."
Wiggins added that not only is
more field time valuable, but other
avenues of training are equally
important.
* "This fall, we will do some work
in the weight room to help with their
agility. We're trying to get them
faster, stronger, and hopefully, quick-
er both defensively and on the
bases,'O the coach said.


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Marianna Lady Bulldogs player Maya Boykin swings at
a pitch during a game. from the 2010 season. -
Floridan File Photo


Tampa's Garza keeps first Rays no-hitter in perspective


Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Matt Garza, right, is congratu-
lated by manager Joe Maddon after Garza threw a no-hitter in a
game against the Detroit Tigers on Monday in St. Petersburg. -
Mike Carlson/Associated Press


BY FRED GOODALL
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
'ST. PETERSBURG - Matt
Garza's cell phone rang so much
that he finally turned it .off.
When he switched it on again
*Tuesday, it kept buzzing.
"I'm a little tired," the hard-
throwing Tampa Bay right-han-
T der said a little more than 18
hours after pitching the first no-


hitter in Rays history and fifth in
the major leagues this year. "But
I can deal with it."
Commissioner Bud Selig sent
a congratulatory letter. A ball
and .Garza's cap from Monday
night's 5-0 victory were ear-
marked for delivery to the base-
ball Hall of Fame after the sea-
son. The pitcher also caught up
with his wife and children, who
were in Northern California for a


camping trip but watched the
game on television.
Eight-year-old son Matthew
was critical of his father after
Garza yielded seven runs in just
1 1-3 innings of a loss to the
Florida Marlins .last month,
going as far as to tell the pitcher:
"I could do that."
Garza'has won four straight
decisions, and also picked up his
first career save, since that poor
outing.
But when dad asked the oldest
of his three children what he
thought of his latest performl-
ance, the youngster still didn't
cut Garza any slack.
"He said, 'You're still not an
All-Star,'" the 2008 AL champi-
onship series MVP said with a
big- grin spreading across his
face. ."He's a chip off the old
block. He's a competitor. He
keeps you grounded. He said:
'You're not the best yet.'"
But the Rays believe Garza,
obtained from Minnesota the
winter before Tampa Bay's'
improbable run to the World
Series, has the talent to become
one of the top pitchers in base-
ball.
He faced the minimum 27 bat-
ters against the Tigers, allowing
only a second-inning walk to
Brennan Boesch, who was
erased on a double play.
"I was one pitch away from
being perfect," Garza said. "But
if I don't walk that guy, then
things might have changed ...
T


Things happen for a reason. I'm
happy it turned out the way it
did."
Garza, who has worked with a
sports psychologist to harness
his emotions on the mound,
threw 120 pitches. He relied
almost exclusively on his fast-
ball to tame an injury-riddled
Tigers lineup missing Carlos
Guillen, Brandon Inge and
Magglio Ordonez.
In addition to joining Terry
Mulholland (1990) and Mark
Buehrle (2007) as the only pitch-
ers in the past 45 years to face
the minimum 27 batters in a no-
hitter that wasn't a perfect game,
Garza (11-5) tied a career high
with his llth victory.
The Rays, who have been no-
hit twice this season and three
times since last July, finally
wound up on the right side of a
memorable pitching perform-
,ance.
Two of the no-hitters thrown
against them in the past 12
months were perfect games, and
they didn't have a hit off Detroit
starter Max Scherzer until ex-
Tiger Matt Joyce's sixth-inning
grand slam gave Garza all the
run support he needed.
"Of course I'm happy for us,
but I'm happy for him," Tampa
Bay manager Joe Maddon said.
"This is the kind of game that
could catapult somebody like
him who has this kind of ability.
See IhAYS, Page 2B >


Liberty back

in first place
SPECIAL TO FLORIDAN

In the Eastern Division of the
Big Bend Baseball League of
Florida, the Liberty Diamond
Dawgs took a doubleheader vic-
tory over the Calhioun Horsemen
to regain first place.
The Diamond Dawgs (15-5)
-are followed by the Gulf County
Drive (13-5), with Calhoun (8-
12) and Chattahoochee (7-12) in
third and fourth.
The Drive split a double-head-
er with the Chattahoochee Red
Birds, winning the first game 7-
3 and losing the second 2-1.
In the Western Division, the
Destin Dawgs (10-6) ended the
regular season in first, place fol-
lowed closely by the Washington
Bruins (9-6) in second place.
The Bay 'Brewers finished the
regular season (9-9) in. third
place, with the Jackson Jays (2-
17) in fourth place after winning
their last game of the season
against the Bay Brewers 15-13.
The Destin Dawgs vs.
Washington Bruins game was
rained out.
Playoff games begin on
Saturday, 'with Chattahoochee
. taking on Liberty, Calhoun fac-
ing Gulf County, Jackson
County against Destin, and Bay
County against Washington.
The second round of playoff
games, will take place on Sunday
between the winners of
Saturday's games.
The championship round will
be Aug. 7-8.

Kiffin surprised

by Titans suit
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK - Southern
California coach Lane Kiffin says
he was surprised by the lawsuit
filed against him and USC by the
Tennessee Titans after, he hired
away one of the NFL team's
assistant coaches.
Kiffin hired Kennedy Pola on
Saturday to be offensive coordi-
nator and running backs coach
for the Trojans.
Titans coach Jeff Fisher said he
was upset by'the fact that Kiffin
didn't contact him before reach-
ing out to Pola.
On Monday, Tennessee
Football Inc., the company that
owns the Titans, filed a suit
accusing Kiffin and'USC of vio-
lating Pola's contract.
Kiffin, in New York on
Tuesday for a Pac-10 media
. event, says Pola's hiring. "was
done no differently than any we
did at SC or Tennessee. I didn't
anticipate this. No one would
have."










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Marianna Marlins
The Marianna Marlins
Swim Team will be hav-
ing their inter-squad
meet Thursday from 5
p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
All sponsors, family,
and friends are invited to
attend. �

Sneads Volleyball
Tryouts
Sneads High School
will have volleyball try-
outs from Aug. 9-11
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at
the SHS gym..
Athletes .must have 'a
current physical and
proper paperwork to try
out.
For more information,
contact Sheila Roberts at
850-209-3769.

Grand Ridge.
* Athletics
Athletic physical for"
Grand Ridge Middle
School will be conducted
on Aug. 12 from 4:30
p.m. t6 6:30 p.m. ii" the
new gym.
' ,Cost is $20. For more
information, call .482-
9835, ext. 221.

Hudson Golf
' Tournament ,
The Fourth Annual'
Coach John "Hud".
Hudson ' Golf
Tournament will be Aug.
21-22 at Caverns Golf
Course.
Morning or afternoon
tee times are available in
the three-man scramble
format.
Cost is $80 per person
and includes. free range
balls and lunch on
Sunday.
Cash prizes will be
paid for' the top three
teams in each flight.
'Long Drive and Closest
to Pin prizes will be
awarded each day,.
For more information
on the tournament, con-
tact Hunter Nolen at 573-.
6474, John Dondaldson
at 573-0806, Brian
McKeithan at 482-4257,
Nora Mayo at 209-4743,
or Tommy Lassman. at
7-18-7942.

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial@jcfloridan.co
m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520' Marianna,
FL 32447.


Sneads
Continued From Page lB

kind of environment with
courts .everywhere you can
see, it was a little intimidat-
ing. But it kind of gets them
broken in. ant boosts their
confidence.
"If we got it done at the
O'Connell Center, then we
can surely. go back to
Sneads and get it done. It's
a confidence-booster, espe-
cially with young players."
Roberts said she was very
pleased with what her team
showed in Gainesville, par-
ticularly the fitness level of
the players, but that it
would still face a big chal-
lenge in the fall:,
"I believe there is nothing
to replace experience and
maturity," she said. "The
difference between a
sophomore's. and a senior's
maturity level on the court
is huge. It may be a little
more challenging in a lot of
ways, but the girls are dedi-
cated and committed to be
the best they can be. We're
actually looking pretty good
right now."


Rays
Continued From Page 1B

He has struggled at dif-
ferent moments this year.
Hopefully this is one of,
those things that caq.really
mentally get you over the
hump."
Garza sure hopes so.
"This year I've just been
so rocky, just trying to find
myself. Something good
had to happen soon," the
right-hander said. "I'm try-
ing to look for just a hint of
consistency, and this should
get the ball rolling in the
right direction. I didn't feel
great. rMy mechanics felt
off, but I was able to locate
my fastball."


V


Bengals reach deal with Owens


In this file photo, Buffalo Bills'.Terrell Owens pauses dur-
ing NFL football training camp in Pittsford, N.Y. -
David Duprey/Associated Press


SB TOE KAY
TIE As,,:ci TEtDr PRESS


S CINCINNATI - A year
after they were featured on
'HBO's "Hard Knocks," the
Bengals have scripted their
own reality'slhow.
T.O. and Ocho. Two self-
conscious stars, one NFL
'team.
How will they fit? How
will it work? Which receiv-
er will provide most of the
drama?
And, more importantly,
will any of it help the
1Bengals get back to the
playoffs?
, The Bengals reached a
contract agreement with
receiver Terrell Owens on
Tuesday, a person familiar
with the situation told The
Associated Press. He's
expected to report to train-
ing camp.in a day or two.
The Bengals were his


first choice, giving, him a
chance to team with close,
friend Chad 'Ochocinco,
who has already dubbed
the pair Batman and Robin.
The Bengals made.an offer
on Monday, and Owens
accepted a day later.
Players are required to
report for the start of train-
ing camp on,'Wednesday in
Georgetowni, Ky. Owens is
expected to show,up when
workouts begin on
Thursday, said tle person
speaking on, condition of
anonymity because the
team had made no
announcement.
On his Twitter account,
all Owens would say was,
"Hoping 2 b a Bengal w/in
the 24hrs!!." He's expected
to sign his deal with, he
arrives in Georgetown.
Already, it's like some-
thing out of a reality show.
Ochocinco gushed about


the matchup on his Twitter
feed, welcoming Owens
and joking that "all of our
games have been moved to
pay-per-view, you got to
pay to see this."
Both of the look-at-me
receivers are accustomed
to cable.
By adding the 36-year-
old Owens, the Bengals
will lead the NFL in reality
show stars. Ochocinco
competed on "Dancing
With the Stars" in the off-
season, and has 'a dating
show called "Ochocinco:
.The Ultimate Catch" cur-
rently running on VH1.
After Ochocinco's show
comes "The T.O. Show."
Ochocinco's last -'show
involved eliminating two
contestants. Owens' last'
program had him walking
down a runway as part of a
fashion show in metrosex-
ual attire - :.bare chest
under an open jacket with
4 huge necklace and a wig.
'In 'a couple of days, it.
will be 'the dancer-and
dater on one .side of the
field, .the metrosexual
model on the other. ,.
In 'the,: middle -will be.
quarterback ?: Carson
Palmer, who: helped bring
Owens to Cincinnati.
Palmer worked out with
.Owens in California and
called , coach Marvin
Lwis, saying the team
ought to try to sign him.
Bengals owner Mike
Brown went along, even
though he knew Owens
also brings 'a lot of bag-
gage. The outspoken
receiver has a 'history of
undercutting his, quqrter-
bac s, though he was op.
good behavior last season
in Buffalo.
Brown doesn't mind. He
has a history of providing
extra chances :to players
who have caused' trouble,
allowing them to extend
their careers in Bengals
stripes. In the last two
years, the Bengals also
.have signed receiver Chris
Henry, running back
Cedric Benson, running
back Larry' Johnson and


receiver Matt Jones, all of
whom were let go because
of off-field issues.
"Yes, people can make
mistakes," Brown said at
the team's preseason
luncheon on Monday. "It
doesn't mean that they go
on the. rest of their lives
making mistakes. They can
get their ship pointed in the
right direction. This is a
36-year-old man. He's
been through a lot. He's
,proven as a player and as a
person."
The question is how
much he has left.
Owens caught 55 passes
for 829 yards and five
touchdowns with the Bills
last season,, his least-pro-
ductive full season since
early in his career with San
Francisco. The Bengals are
trying to upgrade a passing
game, that was one of the
NFL's worst last season,
ranking 26th.
The Bengals won- the
AFC North by relying on
.defense. and their running
game. They released
receiver Laveranues Coles
after his only season in
Cincinnati, and went look-
ing for a replacement. They
gave :Owens a tryout in
March, but decided to sign
Antonio Bryant to a four-
year deal instead.
Brown had a one-on-one
meeting with Owens and
came .away impressed.


When the receiver still
available 'as camp was
opening, Brown decided to
add him, as well.
The Bengals could move
Bryant to an inside slot
position, one they've strug-
gled to fill .since T.J.
Houshmandzadeh left as a
free agent. They could
alternate the two receivers
atan' outside spot opposite
Ochocinco, who was regu-
larly double-teamed last
season.
Agent Drew Rosenhau�,
who represents Owens and
Ochocinco, didn't return' a
phone message to discuss
the deal, believed to be for
one year.


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U.S. cannot account for $8.7B in Iraqi funds


BY TAREK EL-TABLAWY
AP BUSINESS WRITER

BAGHDAD - A U.S. audit has
found that the Pentagon cannot
account for over 95 percent of $9.1
billion in Iraq reconstruction
money, spotlighting Iraqi com-
plaints that there is little to show
for the massive funds pumped into
their cash-strapped, war-ravaged
nation..
The $8.7 billion in question was
Iraqi money . managed by the
Pentagon, not part of the $53 bil-
lion that Congress has allocated.
for rebuilding. It's cash that Iraq,
which relies on volatile oil rev-
enues to fuel its spending, can ill
afford to lose.
"Iraq should take legal action to
get back this huge amount of
money," said Sabah al-Saedi,
chairman of the Parliamentary
Integrity Committee. The money
"should be spent for rebuilding the
country and providing services for
this poor nation."
The report by the Special
Inspector General for Iraq
Reconstruction accused the
Defense Department of lax over-
sight and weak controls, though
not fraud.
"The breakdown in controls left
th6 funds vulnerable to inappropri-
ate uses and undetected loss," the
audit said.
The Pentagon has repeatedly
come under fire for apparent mis-


Iraqi workers are seen at the Rumaila oil refinery, near the city of
Basra, 550 kilometers (340 miles) southeast of Baghdad, Iraq. A
U.S. audit has found that, the Defense Department can't properly
account for how it spent about 95 percent of $9.1 billion in Iraqi
oil money earmarked for rebuilding the war-ravaged country.-
AP Photo/Nabil al-Jurani
management of the reconstruction armories and other facilities
effort - as have Iraqi officials' against looters. Since then the' alle-
themselves. gations have only multiplied,
Seven years after the U.S.-led including investigations of fraud,
invasion, electricity service is spot-'. awarding of contracts without the
ty, with generation capacity falling .required government bidding
far short of demand. Fuel short- process and allowing contractors;
ages are common and unemploy- to charge exorbitant fees with little
ment remains high, a testament to oversight, or oversight that came
the country's inability to create too late.
new jobs or attract foreign But the latest report comes at a
investors. particularly critical time for Iraq.
Complaints surfaced from the Four months after inconclusive
start of the war in 2003, when sol- elections, a new 'government has
diers failed to secure banks, yet to be formed, raising fears that


insurgents will tap into the politi-
cal vacuum to stir sectarian unrest.
In a sign that insurgents are still
intent on igniting sectarian vio-
lence,, at least six people were
killed and dozens more wounded
when a female suicide bomber
blew herself up near a checkpoint
in the holy city of Karbala, local
police said. They spoke on condi-
tion of anonymity because they
were not authorized to speak to the
media.
Thousands of Shiite pilgrims are
converging on the city, 50 miles
(80 kilometers) south of Baghdad,
for an important religious holiday
,marking the birth of a Shiite saint
known as the "Hidden Imam" who
disappeared in the ninth century.
Such mass displays of devotion by
Shiites have often been targeted by
Sunni extremists.
Iraqi lawmakers met Tuesday,
but for the second time this month
failed to convene a parliament ses-
sion,leaving wide open the ques-
tion of when the new government
will take shape.
Underscoring its financial chal-
lenges, the International Monetary
Fund in-March approved a $3.6
billion loan to help Iraq meet its
obligations. Iraq is projected to run
a deficit through 2011, according
to analysts, with a possibility of a
surplus following that hinging on
oil prices.:
- Iraq took a financial hit in 2008
as oil prices plummeted on the


back of the global financial melt-
down. While those prices have
since rebounded, Iraq remains at
'the mercy of international oil mar-
kets, with revenues from petrole-
um sales accounting for over 90
percent of its government budget.
The .$9.1 billion in. question
came from the Development Fund
for Iraq, which was set up by the
U.N. Security Council in 2003.
The DFI includes revenues from
Iraq's oil and gas exports, as well
as frozen Iraqi assets and surplus
funds from the defunct, Saddam
Hussein-era U.N. oil-for-food pro-
gram.
Iraq had given the U.S. authori-
zation to tap into the fund, which is
held in New York, for humanitari-
an and reconstruction efforts,
withdrawing that approval in
December 2007.'
With the establishment of the
Coalition Provisional Authority,
which ran Iraq shortly after the
start of the U.S. invasion in 2003
until mid-2004, about $20 billion
was placed into the account. The
$9.1 billion audited by the Iraq
reconstruction. inspector general
were funds withdrawn from that
account between 2004 and 2007.
The report found that the
Defense Department could not
� "readily account for its obliga-
tions, expenditures and remaining
balances associated" with the DFI.
At issue was $8.7 billion, or 95
percent of the withdrawn funds.


NATO: 1 missing sailor killed in Afghanistan


BY HEIDI VOGT
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER


KABUL; Afghanistan -
One of two U.S. sailors
missing in Afghanistan since
last week has been con-
firmed dead and his body
recovered, ' a NATO'
spokesman said Tuesday.
The search continues for
the other missing sailor, 'said
Lt. Col. Todd Breasseale, a
spokesman for NATO and
U.S. forces in Afghanistan.
The. two Navy personnel
went missing Friday in the
eastern province of Logar,
after an armored sport utility
vehicle was seen driving into
a Taliban-held area. NATO
officials were unable to'say
what they were doing in
such a dangerous part of
eastern Afghanistan.


The Taliban have said they
killed one of the two men in
a firefight and captured, the
other. Jim Kerr, a Colorado
legislator from the Denver
stiburb of Littleton, said the,
sailor killed was his wife's
nephew, Justin McNeley, 30.
He said the family learned of
his death Monday. He said
McNeley's mother is in
Kingman, Arizona, but'
declined to give her name..
Kerr, told The Denver Post
that McNeley, a noncommis-
sioned officer and father of
two sons, was due to return
to the U.S. in \August.
The Taliban have said the
captured sailor is in a "safe
place" where he will not be
found. In a statement, the
NATO-led command said
the body was recovered
Sunday after an extensive


search and that the coalition
"holds the captors account-
able for the safety and prop-
er treatment of our missing
service memberY.'
The only other American
service member in Taliban
captivity is Spc. Bowe
Bergdahl of Hailey, Idaho,
who disappeared June 30,
2009, in Paktika province,
also in eastern Afghanistan.
That area is heavily infiltrat-
ed by the Haqqani. network,
which has deep links to al-
Qaida. Bergdahl has since
appeared on videos posted
on Taliban websites con-'
firming his captivity.
New York Times reporter
David Rohde was also kid-
napped in Logar province
while trying to meet with a
Taliban commander. He and
an Afghan colleague


escaped in June 2009 after
seven months in .captivity,
most of it spent in Taliban)
sanctuaries in Pakistan.
Hundreds of fliers, with
reprinted photos of the two
sailors, have been-distributed
throughout Logar .province
where NATO troops were
stopping 'vehicles, searching
them and those inside.
NATO has offered a $20,000
reward for information lead-
ing to the surviving sailor's
location.
I Separately, Britain's
Ministry of Defense said
Tuesday that a British sol-
dier, who was serving with a,
task force working to count-
er homemade bombs, died
'Monday in a blast in the
Sangin district of Helmand
province in what may have
been a case of "friendly fire."


Dutch sailor, 14, gets OK for solo world trip


BY MIKE CORDER
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER


MIDDELBURG, .Netherlands - The
new cushions, sunshade,�-and bright red sail
are in place. And now 14-year-old Laura
Dekker has the go-ahead she needs.
A Dutch court ruled Tuesday the girl who
was born on a yacht in the South Pacific is
Ready to embark on her dream of becoming
the youngest person to sail solo around the
world - meaning she could set sail in two
weeks in a ketch, named Guppy..
"I was so happy I almost jumped into the
water," the teen gushed, after hearing the
court's decision.
She then hopped onto her. red-hulled,
twin-mast yacht with a cartoon fish painted
on the side and did a celebratory'circle for
the assembled media in the still waters of the'
harbor where she lives with her father on a
boat.
The past year of legal wrangling and crit-
icism of Laura and her family have been far
from such clear sailing - and she faces.
.more stormy waters when she sets off on her
odyssey in her 38-foot (11.5-meter) yacht.
The dramatic rescue just last month of
American teen Abby Sunderland in the
Indian Ocean is a reminder of the perils she
will face. \
"I'm not really afraid, everything is really
prepared on my boat," the young Dutch
sailor said of the prospect of encountering.
everything from towering waves to Somali.
pirates.


Answering questions in Dutch and
English with a confidence belying her age,
only rarely did Laura's youthful exuberance
break through at a brief news conference - -
like when she looked back on the stress of
the last year.
"Now it's all over and, yeah, it's really
cool," she said.
The risks the teen faces ignited a world-
wide debate on how far parents should go in
supporting or encouraging their children's
improbable dreams.
When Dutch child protection agencies got
wind last year of the then 13-year-old's plan
they immediately went ,to court and had
Laura placed under a guardianship order
that meant she could not set sail.
.After reviewing her -plans, judges ruled
Laura was underprepared for such a voyage.
They also raised concerns about her psycho-
logical and social development if she, spent
two years away from her peers and from
school.
One by one, Laura and her father worked
to address a list of shortcomings -.she
organized remote schooling (study `materials
for the voyage were delivered last week) and
got a bigger, sturdier yacht and fitted it with
a battery of safety and navigation equip-
ment. She took first aid courses, learning to
suture her own wounds, put out onboard
fires and cope with sleep deprivation.
On Tuesday, all the work paid off when
Middelburg Family Court said there was no
reason to extend the guardianship by anoth-
er year.


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It was the last straw


Dear Annie: I am 55 and have been married
to Jim, age 73, for five years. Jim's wife died
six years before we met, and his two children
became furious when he began dating, saying
he was being unfaithful. They badgered Jim
until he, deeded them his house and property.
Jim also gave each kid $250,000 in cash and
paid off the mortgages on their homes.
The deeds specify that Jim can stay on the
property as long as he lives, but make no
provision for a surviving spouse.
When we married, Jim asked the.
kids to allow me to continue to
live there after he dies, but they
refused. After that, whenever
the kids asked for money, Jim 4
told them it was time they
lived within their means. (They
have good,jobs.) They became
hostile and accused Jim of
choosing me over them. They
have not allowed him to see the grand-
children for three years. The only time
they speak to him is to demand he divorce
me.
Without telling Jim, I sent both his chil-
dren a polite e-mail asking what it would
take for us to be a family again. They told Jim
about the letter, and he accused me of interfer-
ing in his relationship with his kids, saying it
was none of my business and I have "ruined all
possibility of reconciliation." I was shocked by
his reaction, but apologized. However, Jim will
not accept my apology. Was I out of line? What
about his kids? Is there any hope for this fami-


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The most important call for handling a pre-emptiveovercall is
responder's negative double. The double's primary job is to try to
find a fit in an unbid major. But as we will see tomorrow, at-a high
level the negative double is less well-defined. First, though, here
is a textbook example. After South opens one club and West
makes a two-heart weak jump overcall, North doubles, negative.
This shows four spades ard usually nine-plus points. Over East's
defensive raise to three hearts, South competes with three
spades, and North raises aggressively to four spades.
. West leads the heart king. How should South plan the play?j
Did West have a more effective opening salvo?
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and one club. Declarer cannot avoid the black-suit losers, so
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mond queen with dummy's king, and discards his heart loser on
the diamond jack. What must he do next?
It would be easy to make the mistake of leading a trump.
However, here, East could win with his king and lead his last dia-
mond. South would have to ruff (West throws a club) and play
another trump, but East would win and return a trump to dummy.
Since South is now out of trumps, East would get the club ace,
and West his heart queen. To avoid this, South must ruff
dummy's heart nine before leading a trump. Then, when East
returns that diamond, South can ruff and play another trump.
Everything is under control. West defeats four spades by leading
a club, which gains him a club ruff.


ly? - Tired of Drama
Dear Tired: Jim is worn down from fighting
with his kids, defending his marriage and miss-
ing his grandchildren. Although your inten-
tions were good, the e-mail was the straw that
broke the camel's back. His selfish children
used it as an excuse to attack him in force. Ask
Jim to go with you for counseling to see
whether your relationship can withstand the
pressure. If he won't go, go without him.
Dear Annie: My best friend is having an
online affair. She feels it is only a
minor form of cheating since
they are not meeting in real life.
Frankly, in my book, it's cheat-
S- ing all the way around.
' 1 I told her that if her husband.
asks me about it, I will not lie
to him. But I am so uncomfort-
'able with the situation that I no
longer call her. or 'visit their
S \\ home. Even if she were to stop
e-mailing* this guy, I still
would not lie to her husband if
1 he asked why we've stopped
speaking. Is this friendship a write-off? -
Confused in California
Dear Confused: It certainly sounds like it.
Your friend is behaving terribly, and we agree
that you should not be a party to her lies. The
most you can do is suggest she get into coun-
seling with her husband so they can figure out
why she is willing to risk her marriage for her
online buddy. Otherwise, keep your distance.
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the necessary time to weigh and
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Hasty assumptions could take
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1'AOror Traa /lers Traile rs _ Tr r03 Gulfstream ultra Fleetwood Bdr '07 Scenic Cruiser 37 ft SKI 09'VX Cruis
SMerc. Walkthrough touring series, class 3-sid, loaded CH&A by Gulf Stream 99' er, approx 11 hrs.
w/s. 25hrs. on mtr.w/ . C motorhome, 11k, fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 Immaculate cond. with trialer & access -
w/extras.25 Cust. covers .w/ 2 slide outs, onan gas, 5,900 mi. $100k loaded w/ options series $7500. OBO
S 6K 334.693-3330 s generator, sleeps up OBO 334-898-1201 must see comes 334-798-3352
_pto 8 people, $38,000. with '07 Jeep. Dothan
97' Crest 18 ft. Call 334-393-9315 $58,500 334-803-3397
Pontoon 00' Johnson or 763-0280
0hp 00Trailer. looks -. Carriage Cameo 0 Flagstaff 06, mdv205
good runs great " 2008 5th wheel, 32ft. 3-slides, 2-A/C, sleeps 6 adults, a/c, Allero 94' 34ft. Auto r fa3 }otaSp on
HomesforSale $5.400. 334-714-5860 sugar Sand- 2006. 18 Keystone Laredo 5.5 K Generator, stove, Bath/shower, satlite ant. electric
Bass Cat 20'9" 200 ft, Mirage SAFE. NO RL29. $22,500 obo. loaded, no smoke, no Frig, gas grill, 9x10 leveling jacks, 58K
HP Mercury Oimax. PROP, LOW MAINTE- like new, 1 slide. Call pets, Exc. Cond. screen room, NADA mi.$14,900. O0
IMatching tandem NANCE, Sedats 8, ex. Mike (334)791-0318. $32,500.334-714-4001 $8000+, sell $5000. 334-301-3772 Trail-Lte '
trailer. GPS, etc. Ig sundeck, storage, 334-718-6825 Trail-Lfte RV '02
85 (D 850- walkthrough trans CAsRIAGE '02 oachman 1998 Class B Like New.
$00 OBO(Day)850- Ikhnr wrans- CAMRE '02t- slides Champion '92 Travelew
6384403 (Night)850- Om, nonskia swim CAMEOkept.i2clides champioof92raeMotor home 30' Fully equipt with
pltfor, e i wil ktnus r ler oofu. air
638-1338platform Merc Opti will kept includes Trailer, roof air, Montana 03 5th wh. Class C, sleeps 6 ay r - Generator 22k mi. CarSeeker
Max250HPV6trail- super slide hitch clean, Call $3000 OBO 2 slides w/ 05' Chev. Exc. shape, low miles '96 37' Endeavor LE $20,500334-792-4559
FORECLOSED er, cover. NICE! $20,000 334-687-9983 94-7258 Jackson - LT 2500 HD diesel 4x4 $13,500. 334-493-0915 V8 Gas 460, 70,800
$14,995. (253)229- FLEETWOOD05 on both under warr. miles, rear camera, 4-Wheel Drive
HOME AUCTION 8500 Prowler AX6,5th wh, 39,500 334-347-4228 Concord Coachman Onan generator, -g
218 Whispe/r Lane 36ft, 4 slides, large COLEMAN '78Hard -'05 Motor Home. new tires, wood
DCr A-r Sun4tracker 95' Party shower, 30/50AMP. Top Camper, needs 3'0 M otor Hom. nde ties, wood
8BR7 BA- 7538SF TunprackertPart fhowe 5AMPg m23' long 2700 mental. and ceramic tile w
Starting Bid: $319k huBarge 24 ft. /9HP steering w$30,000 OBO 334-695- repairs stove/sink outback 04' 29FBH-S rake e. looring, marble




Grime - rb 0hpManner otorf. W crft8 t. Conuet 05 2i70 ep Wangler l.00. 850-866- RV Cmar tBac re i Price
San anos tr o o Centerury,good con d 4995 , 334-687-782 AC, sleeps 6, wnig, all alum. structure, 850-593-5103 countertop,corner Winnibeo 02 Md29B


All Elec. Stove Heat tor. Custom DM Joho outboard. nance 334-232-4162458 super glide 5th wh. p60 hou d.
8/17 Crappie 175. New 500. in w/traile ctronic$5300. hitchW/gshorttbed e a t wer, Mirnie. 0ft self con-


p rr. B -7 or 4 - l 50 3 - 2 4 .6 Cruin se . n M aster LE o '05 $20,500 negotiable ta ed 4K mi. new
pen House: appear. use 6hp 334372- re 850)5731tire Drakes.new



Aug 1' Encloe7,d14 15 Mr eng. w3 yfrsf
More Avairrec t Craft 1973 or rade s 8.1 gas Slps 8. n in bulengineak REDUCEditD Montana ant. un bd. Moflatng




w1ww.Auct4on.co hrs use. Well, equw Pontoon. All Alum.. 2 S L radi o & dvd. 34.6Kmi.. ro srnk, Keystone Cougar 01' andu
/bid 334655.4270 60Hunsgrea Mercury. load- Cam r Travele 20500 urrou028 f 5 wheel en. 3 s SATsldes. nged. 2 TV 2 nco Kniht0 wave. great condo.
E r o 1 4 d cde.. carnper. 3 slides. AL.C. auto' leveling. R Save $25K or more. * 'car tow dolly 2007 ,eer Wrangler









Large Cobgarage kept.$1750 ' 99-e04.wih slide and .d$n670tL ki2chenet. mtrGenerator.new exc.cond.. $27.000 out. CHAA micro. 19.900.00
00029904-4 hul stick steering w/ 0.oBo229-3343186 6 many extras. clean. cam. Roadmaster Diesel. 4 slides. 4300 $33.000.334-889 4449. Sahara 4X4. Auto-
Gr Park hp Mariner motor. Conquest 5 ff sc 334 scrfic 334 -k 850 tow brake system m. 850r547-2808 upgrades match. Low miles.




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Grime Cn te r ON inder.7, 2e 0i..i 88'1. 3 ft. sl Dutchmeneo9727E furniied.0n liyi 41kmi 277 Alabama Wildwood
Pump. New Blinds. trailer. $3,500. 334 $4500. in electronics. Warrantyeep.4 lide. larae WANTED:WILLPAY half.7.900. Lwthout ..ull Eneainmen6 E




GI sh finders trolling Pull. slide out snoer. 3050AoP. CASH FOR OLD 2997 Spng Creek Rd, loaded, like new tr fal. Much More be vhi.Dk.Geer
Carpet Floor Bths motor access& 693-0307 or 334-798- Sale $7,000. 34000 OBO 334 6334-235- cond. ellng due95 FISHING TACKLE. Bns to '03 Cla A gas sale. self contained1162
Ktcroom Pint. Car 0148 2995 he334-726-4905 7862 CALL alth. 850-3522810 Mooco La Palma. 2 34-793-4438 or 334-
garage, Cble. Fan.7934a8 he
CA. Fence. $52,500 Coochie Craft 8732 .slides.112bath. 793-4448 2009 Sportsmen 202
built in 1979: 16ft. bass boat 70hp Loaded! Indl. car2
JoAnn,,C2KeyReah Evenrode, troeing eTraveldoley & all 5th'06 Fleetwood 2 SLE Travel Traier.
y.com: (334)791.3010 motor.,fish finder an- Trailers Super nice12007 urnshngs(disbes, slides. with 01 22.5 in total length
chor mates runs 34 Copper Canyon towels. etcj $60K. Silverado 250 work ard UVW of 3844 lbs.
good. $1700. OBO 14' New Enclosed sDutchmen 40 ft h Sh wheel. 2.slide 334-790-3480. truck as package Easy to pull. Over-
139 9N ewE llsell I 4ft ousI. Lg. rear LR payoff $36,000 sized U-staped Oi-
Cor retrMEat 334-798-4569 3 Cargo Tradler will sell Travel Trailer '06 w., entertanrnent 334-470-8454 nette that slides out.
Correct Craft 1973, for $2200 or trade 38B.DSL. Sleeps 8. center. cabinet. built Damon'99 Daybreak REDUCED Montana Queen bed. Moving
14', live well, new for an RV/2Travel,34. 36K mi. Ford 05 5th Wheel. 4 nemtsl
Large 4/.5 t 35hp, runs Trailr/5th wheel/ vd.Keystone Coutar1 and must sell.
garage kept. $1.750 "99-'04 with slide and Like new. $20,500. surround system. Chassi. Triton VIO slides, king fted. 5t1 wh. 28 ft. side 1122
GargePar.5withslidepay diLiec.nw.320-500. surroudnnett ktchenenm mtr Generator, new exc. cond.. $27.000 out, CH&A. m;cro- $9.900.00
G ro-r34.I 62aydifference.850 $3 large bedroom, awn;ng. stabalizer 850,54,-2808 wave. TV. am/im ca
482-5631557.7332 Private Oath. Fully $25K 334.406-977? radio., 10.000. see at
MBR down, board tower. 350mag w/supersl;de. Perf. or 334.805-0859 travel trailer. King sz Daleve.334.598-
Front & back 300hp, like new0 , 340nd. $6850 334-803 l ide OuLBR, heat & 4 r 334-791.8363
Strahes, $26.000. 334-4tl-a454. 3397 or 334.701-0421 air, private bath.revc. 1 -
Bonus Roesm Class?2. with 115 .FLEETWOOD "05 Fisingackeait no smoke/no pets. 5 5th whl, 36', 3 Slides.
GREAT motor with trailer. 2 ToyHauler 35'Bumper 36ft. 4 slides, large WANTED:WILL PAY half. $17.900. Lite, 26 ft.. fully Entertainment cen - E c. Cond. Very rdha -
LANDSCAPINGI fish finders, trolling Pull. I slide out shower. 30 50AAMP. CASH FOR OLD 2997 Sping Creek Rd. loaded, ike new. ter. f l. Much More! ble vehile. Dk. Greer
(room for a pool) motor, access ladder, Sleeps 6 Fully cont. $34.000 OBO 334.695. FISHING TACKLE. Brirnson. GA low mileage $42.900 Reduced to $22,000! $6501 )334.6 I 1152


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Nice Family Home, Pontoon. 22ft. w/t 15
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath. Mercury & extras.
rooms in Slocomb. double a.le trailer I
AL: 2250 So Footage: $9,000 334-632-0018
over an acre of prop.
euae . Open Iloorplan. Fisher '06 Crappie
Built in 2006.$149,500 Special. Has Mercury
jessieholleya hotmail 60 motor. 21.1 ,
.com; (334)726.4210 hrs.on.mtr.Trolling
motor,fish Finder, 2 . .
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334.793-2226
11 AC. Cottonwood Glass Stream 00 Hy-
Al, Sealy Wells Rd. dra Bass 1500, 110 ..-: . .. .V1-..
hardwood irees. Evinrude, 2-fish find-
Great deer hunting. ers, tilt& trim, 2-live _ __3_ _
Make offer wells, greatcond. Specialty Services Roofing SelfStorage sior Servces Offered i WindowTinting Real Estate Real Estate
305-281-9758 $4500. 060 334-685- ralyl U. ^?ReA
racat�on Propee M IOST E E n MAIAI A hATE FARM7 StATE EARM G E 1 -- , tuva
1607-A Lakefront Dr. Maxum 00' 2400 SCR METALIa f rp rl y Ii Pr*pAu
1BR BA 2200 SF cruiser w,'tandem T77...�'':.* Auto N. E at '^ ln l. P
Townhome at The axeltradiler, beautiful - . ,I..R001AIM IN .. c.NU'N NSURANCE oFOR ALL YOUR FOR ALL YOUR
Point on Lake only 118 hrs. 5.7L , IUU0TmrI i REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
Euaula. View Boat Mercruer w/Bravo - l HENRY K WILLIAMS LDA PFOTE Residential
ramp/dock. porches. 3 Dr. after market d HENRY K WILLIAMS LINDA PFRTENEEDS NEEDS
garage, paving. only swim platform. A/C. CPCU CLU ChFC. Agent INSURANCE AGENCY INC Call For Qictle . r1.a Outo Morris CR5
$375,000 or Make Of - Frig. micr. shower, -lloill T1 till 30 yeas in Busin 46 HIiwav 90 291 r Pent Ave Sle B & Aore lIto Debbe Roney Smim Brokei/Owner
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fer S. Georgia Land & stove, TVDVD/CD GErTl.Ep H AM a Martrnn3 .fL 32446 M3nrianna L 448 7(850) 209-8039 (850) 526 1H I
Timber. Call Roy VHF'GPS. many new OVin P ,. i. m i L 850-482-8931 850-482-3425 7 S Jefferson S P. HWy ing Maail Br
Neves , 229-942- darts. strict maint. 4451 L.a,-s S n vn 482,89 31 0, 23one rs Marianna ... 800 l74d .t. .7..8r, 2.ic,
0479 or v eist regimen augh ter 850-482-2294 *i r j t 482-6542 ......"ri .cn ..' ,...
landandtrimber.net going off to college I ' ...
526,o500. 334-209-8970 Pest Control Printing Home Imroveme Home Improveent
IPlon PowerlWIashing O Pet I_ m r e epovmn
*uSam White a Needs.
P - For General --at* �Tanks or Sale
o ePOLE O I$l 'Houe or Lease.
Moomba'090 k Dr BARN KITSIN or-iomce CHIPOLA
Less than 50 hrs. an ofCe---h1--Cleaning a. --.oeF,. Nir Fr,[Ir |,O e
Speaker tower. FM/. Locally Owned R APu r NEs oc,.,. re Sh,ioe ,ol Cleaning G Ar ,, I ,,
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m ATVs AM CD player. Exc. Free .otI C nD ee yS, r Debrab e T ..i."'rl" 0MPANY
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2003 Club Car Cu brakes. $28.900 M NARIANNA , a,,, SA , Seaiirae L. al . r I
tomized Golf Cart For 334-618-3415 R Im-mC v '03�""'1' 'oI .-'111od Estimates-
Sale. Red exterior " idf. N S Caw i A .s i -
with red and white n v Boaetd Available o. La, mesSi
leather seats. Rear & a,, , , Available0526-5
seats fold down. 863--5333-- 1 4 7 7-1327 850-526-2336 -ffice -i
36301t (334)791-71802 7e'DC " Home Improvement Hair/Barberwn i 2M EHa;r,, Barbe
$2,800.00 BulldoziHome HmImrvenrernB r
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doorsWt ie or&bn back $1900 Fberglass 16' Bass *C ___ __yt
pew cord. 850-933- Boat W/70 hp Engine ...i -
228/643-8312 Tilt 8 Trim. 2 live OF... HOME REPAIR$
9228/64wells. trolling motor. NE2V,. N-, N Y FHOlatcUg - Color
Can-Am '08. bought great condition. 1979 Addicled I Alcohol, FREE ESTIMATES E PORTABLE BUILDINGS F i Hgihlghts
n '09.260 hrs, like model boat & engine Opiales. Heoin NO JOBS TOO SMA HOMEWORKS l Perms - Wng
new, XT pkg w/Warn $L800. Call 464-8514 * Grader * Pan EtPain --Beautification ff ra;ng BeKILds
wench. & upgraded or 334- 393-2110 r EWE CA v HELPl Ig oP" m 'E Aut&Cyacle PLEAS
tires & whees. Ecaator PFor Hire i M C.r I Bl il tc npgrale of Your Home" v KisiWnis Stylist & Owner
$8500 asking $6200. . Dumip Truck By- TheN,,T _ e re wANans 290 - S .
Under warranty till � Bulldoter Th eir B at -h |MSrM R Insalladons ,.,' rL . . -,, ERWY(O)
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Suzuki '08 Quad 400 Robao 199524' Debri Rmal r Week o, 50) 42-2050
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exrras. $3500 850. Trailer completely Rnon Ponds (850) 557-6733 Sa,,,' :2 ' 'BD... -,, " 7 88,nio S-P3
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fiberglass boat Center Console, boat, Ris( l 526-2806 SalioRepreseSttitv NSA Doi. P,-:462-3051 Bus. FL 32-36
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S| forSale t forSales -' 1 95 F-150i Eddie FORD '02 LARIAT RIES-, DEVISEES, 15
Nissan 08 MaximaMt h Bower PKG, no rust, F250 Diesel, Cre ASSIGNEES, LENORS,CIRCUIT
3 m1s8 1Montero. solid runs great, blue, Cab, 123K miles e CREDITORS, TRUST-. IN THE Ci Curr
38K mi.. I owner 3.5 truck, needs repair. $3950. OBO Call $17,700 334:687-9983 EES AND ALL OTHERS COURT FOR JACKSON
SL, pearl white New Tires n it; 334-475-0084 WHOMAYCLAIMAN COUNTY, FLORIDA
$18,425 taking offers -Ne TiWrangler INTEREST IN THE ES-
334-445-1666 or 334- Goodyear WranglerTATE OF LOISTINE J. CASENO2009-CA-
369-8139. Harley Davidson '08 Suzuki '08 GSX o 23575/5, new CanYon 06 Exnd- ALSTON, DECEASED 000976
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mi. New s good, Ideal for Ed. Very low miles pending. Mu Sell 334-391-5529 Lv Ms g ,t-393-21845,500. denCce0Un
334-793-214229000334-685-0380 5,800WOBOMan & Su er Duty XL truck, YOU ARE NOTIFIED
Garakes & Shocks. 334-793-2142 G6 GT Harley Davidson 1986 Helmets avail for auto, AC, 6 liter that an action for WALTER MORTGAGE
a Garage kept $13,500. Pontiac'07 G6GT FLTC w/ side car. Extra. 334-414-3551 powerstroke diesel, Foreclosure of Mort- COMPANY, LLC
Pace rrow. OBO 334-596-2376 Low mileage, SUPER exc. cond. $10,500. 10'flat bed, dual rear gage on the following
Runs good, need SHARP, Sunroof $200 OBO 334-794-2665 or Yamaha '07 V-max wheels $11,500. Call described property: Plaintiff,
clme Ca n be seen at down, $249 mo. Call 334-805-0810 1200, new tires, 2 334-894-2315 or
Micuddy Sayre Auto Ron Ellis 714-00287465 th anniv.edition.10 helments, cobra 334-464-3189 Commence at SE co- vs.





t , 2 mI, d Chy 8135 t v a P (K $7Los of chrome. YAMAHA '08 V-star niuimi C1a 10' fla bddu l r est 44 feeth n Defenandt(s)
3 -68 C ond e & rr snasgd in Harley Davidson1879 uL new 8it 4 m4 paoury ne r of Sectin 2 o,



334-300-6112 white w/Iand u roof. $14,500. 334-596-4902 FXR Su erli~de. Cus- 93 4.' -house $15, 0.080. ObOeginn thence go NOTICE IS HEREBY
i n l. lodg chrome$9500 850- 8503YAMAHA-08 V-star tusea rof nmZ71 Ext. Cab. $9,9 Excellent condition, thence go north BAULDEE AN T TO THEOF



SGPSt. $15,000backup camera, 794-2665334-805- YAMAHA 0 Burgund6, pe drinkers 334-726- on new engmem looks S - Loaded stLeIe JUDGEMENT OF
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SCorvettes81 Cal 2 334-470- 202 1100 cls0clack / ack yoneaths never used, rus4odcda miles, fully loaded, west 218l4 feet toCOUNTY, FLORIDA,
PS, AC, AT,TiltW, HaCD eg. 43 Man trans. ey Davdson 98 chrome, excellent stored n garage o- $2 00. OBO.334-794- pearl whcond ition, $16,900. ort sid s id DESCRIBED AS
Serious Toyotarun 07 Sienna Van exccond. orange, condition. $5,0$7;900 or 080. Trailers334-699-6711 0(334)464-7573850846 road, thence ea STATE DEPARTMENT
M eyThompso65 (SiOnly 352197370 $3000 334-4XLT, 746 owner, loa 100th annv. editi See 334- 6618-7525 1 degree 25 minutes ntersec-




tires 25K mi, 3rDothan $5500. w with all extras $ .334-7 - 4 row isect FORD'07 F250 Super sat road 339.6 feet , to of south Inof
irport Hangered 334-7741915 garage kept, 64 Ps 43K Lots o come. YAMAA '08 V-staruty Crew CabCi /Oa thence east 3 de-th ofof




D New from rye8tAv miles-$16,500. ih w/db.le boxes, for Adg yXLTu 2WD,.18K miles, agrees north alone section 2,ee towns)
Firewal$17,500 Show Cond rvette88 Stingray Eufaula Call 334-687- two chemicals Tan, $30,000 334-688- n side of Gainer Still T
IFR Equped334-300-6112 whitible 108Kandau roof $45032 or 334-695-0902 ide Cu Asking $2,695., switch runt 4 poultry. Ro86063346950688 ad feet to the point of
3 .3 4 30 6 G334-$-38 Ti, m p ain o G o $ 00 . de6 F F 4 9 beginning o thegn NOTICE IS HREBY
S$1 200 334643171 Toyota 07 Ps, tom pant, otsf 334693-5454'7 0 695-7769.695-7770 60 side north Iof N oegree2mi-f said
Aviation Black, 53k, Ex. Cond, chrome, $9500 850- YAMAHA '08 V-star house of Lubing nip- ump truck, 20K mi., nutes'west along SUANT TO THE
9322 PS, backup camera, inger Soft Tail 250, Burgund pie full wh. drinkve, 334-726- on new engine, looks 07 Sports Trac, , an Adams propentain JUDGEMENT OF
JBL sound, tint, great Harley. Davldson 95 Low miles. Like newly 0978 or 334p795-6101 rough runs good V-8, Fully Loaded, 210 feet, tence FORECLOSURE EN-
gas mileage, trans- Lowrider 36K.mi. Asking $2,695., Ct o $2, 450.334-701-9213 56K Miles, Blue south 89 degrees TERED IN THE ABOVE
Verable warranty, Exc.cond. 1340 cc 334-693-5454 "Custom Motorcycle Chve $21,500, 334 687-4686 minutes It 12CAUSE, I WILL SELL
newr king engine aeeaTrailer 4x8 led ihts, Cheslet '89 Scott FORD '07F150 Super feet, thence south THE PROPERTY SaTU-
o a$16,900.sl0 5 500e 498 6 0t Yamaha 2004 V-Star ramp carrier under-7 9dale,3 blue auto.126K .cab, 4x4,E4dr 156K degree m nuts ATED IN JACKSON
Corvette ' 1 C all 334-470-3292 1100 Classic. Black & neath never used, runs good, cold air, miles fully loaded, westak 2184 feet COUNTY FLORIDA,
e Catcher, selling 0 Harley Davidson 98' chrome, excellent s tored in garage- side of air- $2Qst. TOI334ES T A
Automatic 350 Toyota 07 Sienna Van exccondorange, condition. $5,000. y. $550. 334699-67110001 or 334-726-429 ear white, $16,900., north e of ESCRIBED AS:
Mooney 1960 (Silver) sell as XLkT, 1 6wne, loaded loadedMust See! 334-618-7525 0 ong northside Of Begin at the Intersec-
New from 334-774-1915 g rage kept, 64K cideopplicatorDuty V-8 Crew Cab thence east 3 the N of the NEA of




















05 Mous id r irbmgi, Restor$e0 or use for Hondao06b0xRebel K oer C * , atomatic, cold air, thedce S 210 S t h MARIANNA
Frwl Forard C rvete a' SPnymiles $16,500. w bleboxes, fr UtXLT, 2WDV018K m s 16g. geen north along Section 2, Township 3
Frewa Forard Corvette.8 Stingr Eufauia Call 334-687- t334-701707 04 o chemicals Tan, $30000334-790-7959 - orth side ofng sa North, Range 12
CIFR Equiped- convertible 1 08K mi. 5032 or 334-695-0912 mounted on tool bar. 8606 334-695-0688 road 327 feet to the West, and the West
Co. OwnedBest d $9,800. 334-79Cg-3081road n Good co ndt on - $e00.
























sible slove iay Dd e t orks.Orig n. Hond"7-CT1o300 229- ionhasatgfor 2tlCinWERof leadig Nr thu and you MUST FLE A L
possible wayL Br Good condition. $300. CHEVY ' FORD '07 F-350, 5.9 L p o e side of a dirt road
own a-plane. Corvette 94' 85K mL 229-758-3146 or 229- V-8, 4X4266K m le91 DSL Cherorew Cab 50Kse address s ACT, PERSONS WITH
spoilr, like ne 50K Low M Bags, ind- 584 fullyloaded,rebil miles, $29,500334 SE ku of E lift4, and South on the East
334-790-0000. blue, original car liked. 1,s.cs,7r00white&0 partlyInE% of SW 'A side of NEA of said
BMW 3 Z4 m. 0.500. 334-389- shield. 2 sea pipes, 999 seat, John Deer 05' P, trans., $7,50 0 O-3524724BO 695-7769695-7770 in E 12 ING A SPECIAL AC-













58k miles sale price 3071 or 334-72618-9322500 exc. cond. 4500 OBO G Runs Good 5628 or 334-828-1325 - F COMMODATION TO
A bIesM s 334_-596-1790 _r Springer Soft Tail lghtbar, saddI l full wh, drive, front l 3-8730 FORD '07 Sports Trac, tion, and containing North 01 degrees and
12.999.Call CSI Auto -5 al uto a ar. keptlike end o1300 ader, b000ushhog, V-6 fully lded ro1900 minutes East 98.4THS
3346717720 334-671-7720 or n 000 mi. $510 0. finish mower, disk, $19,500BO229-861-ew -a s' i 201J OCEEDINGt
Dodge 06 Chargerr GLS 334-714 2700 334-696-5531 night sp redder &box blado, 24229-3 , o rty l s o































- 06 HD na Wide e 4n P is . F EI
'BB t anee" Ford3 6 o V e W B 124d412 229-09LIFT:A0 .. n, 5, lI run No hreaterth 88 E7D, degreesV
mK, T o- derrel 0040 BMW $8X5.64500 desn00B 798-3352 Hen and except'ie fl- and 00 minutes West
SEE $17,000. Firm $8,9003300.thins4-65-6233 miles new tires, h cp. good cond 9 the relef demanded ATION LINE run
Call 334- 447-2147 1 Ft n panarac sunroof, hn.0. -0-s I* T I Iir the complaint. South 208 feet,
or334-464-5413Volvo S John Deere '470, i L' 04 0 . . nr of Section 25, thence run East 208
rBMW 3 05,325 Sedan, Vov. Wht awdt' d 8, 0300 LoaCder w/Dump 00LT8 AccordanceV8 MP Tnwith, AEDt 5uly t 2
Blue w n leather, unrooheate white new tires, 334-677-6714 R the Aericans with Dale Rabon Guthrie
36k mE AT, one ower0's 66Kmiles, Good bucket, Bush Hog8mi. $10.400 33444744 WHEELDR e 12 Wes Ac t of saiderk of the Courtroad,
no pa work, 334-685-6233 dition.$15,500. Grader 06 TillerDownsk POWEREVERYTHING 1990 (ADA), disablednt e on e ioun
bles/ring, new 334-791-2726 Honda C505GoRed g $14000 321-202-4324 VM RADIO 6 DISC IVI D ON e go Noth thence Norther
gears &water pump DODGE -n 09 Dodge and black.9k miles. 7 1 o w CHANGER $17,500.00 l est o m speciut along said boundary



































Co e nn s 0s500 3it.2W77. Hondsu- 0:thlin Re ade 110.4 fetPhe
,500 251-599-5127 Challenger Garage VWroken n.' Burnt or- ide. Clean e his CJohnoidered Call CS 1975 850-592 N.A rinn FL 32447 or
ChevroKept, 5.7 L02 Ha itch er Hemi Limited Edition, 0thAn. Ed CB, cl -wo postAuo 334-714-2700 2832 Te ephon Pint f the Begin-



















4Corvette. Garae ghTsam t o00 ape I' mov- . - Plaintiff , Voice/TDD (850) 482-Ph
rSle rchromeawheels. 6 monroof, keyless 38K mi. $26,500 Scooter, 50CC, 2000 334 -798-2337 , blue 4-dr. Z71 good 334-8520,229-296- 1 degree, 25 minutes acre more or less.
v d .caot take .. cod.1 l334 8171 west 44 feet to ansuch RESULTS
see. 334-798-4346. speed ma nual. Ah entry, alrmdwing. Under (850)766334-793-0177 . mes. Like new. M y F '63 4069221 iron stake on north AT PUBLIC SALE,ndTO


















h E Eye Catcherselling Warrantye, e$9,500xc. pai colin.hightowerhot DODGE 99.2500 RAM BLEHEIROF and the seal of Gainer Stills a
Mubishieclpse, tobuy a boat 12, 500 Call 334-655-0702 S R mdeboo "lw. $300. CU s. V- .. Roadf r Sth o THB ESTB ANDE
spyder, forest green, miles, 2 door,1Like SCOOTERI United bottomplow. $3500.- Chevy 72,P/U'si. V- Road for tit"oBETH , BIDDER, AND
GTconvertible78K, New cnditon Blue mail.comClassics&AntiquesMotorScoter'08. OBO33-445-1717 3-p., 67Kodgnal .STATE TI nningE urt thence d CASH, ON THURS-
$7000.0 Cal334- exterior, Charcoal in- 80mpg1000 mi.'s 334-774-6348 miles, original paint North alongtheARABON GU
347-6023 or 334 4- terorABS, a/. s, o $3000OBO Manu. rough. $1972. OBO. i of theourt AGUST 12,he










































19 59IM DTxm Rwul/lydoed Ad p ansu - e- rab- - FoN7-S OCN, V- 6 eneWst l fee C: ASsifieds
-t $23,40.334 596-8789 American Iron Horse $7500.334-794-9135 7937937
1 9 1 [4 a l a r m , a m /f m , b u c k - 1 9 5 9 0 5 Me r c e de s W a r ,33 4 -4 l5 - 6 3 0 21 T r a c t o r1 0 0 5' K u b o t aw 3 3 4 - 7 9 2 - 5 5 7 8 iv e e't Y 2 1 0 5 f t ; 4 4 45A T " 1 1 : 0 0EA M














































XM radio , CD, onst ar sseng. e Corib g950KLp us. Ge at0 condition. Runs
Low Mile ArloAuto!crise.driver airb chHodre or u s f awasaYS'0a X6, 5 38 rH t 0STREET, MARIANNA,
See!oo.grt PS.t3220hr251-7474022 great. S 00o.obo his. oringinal tires Motor,,NJew Tires,! Like New, $5600. feet to the point of
Call 334-475-004 53 Convertible Buick t o 04 Jeep Wrangler X, 50% engine fuel $1,800BOrus 334-790-7959L
see $1050008 0 (t k 3 7sofSt top. auto. tanks ok.313,500. or good 334-618;6211 . S 0tion AING AN INPERmEST IN
99' Grand with white top, auto, tr .ypeTo irh E RO
C all 334-408' 1971sSkylark yeilo w $9,500.AMFM/CDlow$tradefortractor.0West40fOrlTHES APLE M I
Marquis lgmitedK 3 4782i $,miles, new tires. 850-212-6964
edition"a 8 $1o,9 256-282-6752 $15,900.(850)579- said co ainIg � O THER HAN THE
leather. all power, cleo0157 UT, LITY cargo trailer acre mere o oess FOERrTHAN THE
keyless entry .tinted,___________________OmG77Midgedotof a 5000 u
See it is to love it. '99Stratus Can be restored.Eng white excellent con- Has been filedE DATE OF
$8200. OBOll Automatic 4 cyl., works Orig paint Honda '06 CTX 1300 ditiane has sat for 2 GMC'05SIERRA a s u led l MUST FILE A CLAIM

























Cal 334-894-02134 loaded onrl 65 o raiNg eed Money$999 Cruster graphics proke New years Only used for CH'Y' 1TnHD13K les, te re e to s WTHIN ASCAI
434921499829 4200Fi.r$59exha.CHEVYi'91,l Ton 1o2500HMD, 139 miles, re WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
in00 don-29- er l-. E t 34 7 14i 00 m s SOopy of your writ- TER THE SALE.
m ile s. E x c egle n t !4 - 4c0 0 Mim s on9 0e dOB Og r a y m il e s . $ 5 .5 0 0 .
$4100. 334-790-7959 334-806-1322 OBO 334-791-6955 Flat Bed Dump Truc black, 4wd; SLT pack- cb defenses, ifTany,


























Ssadan, grey, auto, street legal $500. circuit pipe V/force t. automatic transnable age 4 door. $20,00. n N A O
Ford 06' Focus SES 4- o MotorcyclesYanma 1601 oer 229-334-8 26, 850-258-7758 Watson. ParstarC WINT ACCORDANCE
dr. Crimson red, au 2WD, standard shift334-774-2521 r229-296-8171ney Plaintifeeds super fast ab- 6fcyWITH DISABILIT.$2000. OBIES334-


























to -594328 like new, s69K mi, 774-2773 afsportster 5pm solute mi20 Hp, ike newt cond. 701-9292o aT S LT
spoiler, like neik 50K Low Mi. Bags, wind- $3995. otherEqp, liktChevy91Cherokee 1800 NW 49thDI L
BMW 03 Z4 m. $0.5$9,9 00. 334-389-3071 shield. 2 seats pipes, 1999 Blazer Lo Avail..Cal33 90- $84 850-352-4724 STREETSUITE 120,ING A SPECIAL AC-
58k miles. sale price 3071 or 334-726-9500 exc. cond. 4500 OBO Good. Runs GooKawasakid. 56206or 334-8281325 1500
12,000 904 -368- $13 96 5003000. 334798-9131 33309 on or before PARTICIPATE IN THIS


























33417 0 Cruiser Like New Lems 6328/334-793-6241 ooing/Re aUGUST 13, 2010, a P R 0 C E ED I N G
or 334-7142700 4200 Mi. $5.900 OBO8 92500Hr.-AGMC date which is within SHOULD CONTACT
Shado. azer Tracker Good Conde $16,500 the first publication TRTR i.DK FR A NTHES-
SMer 82380SL Ha4x4. silver, grey cloth D e01 Dakota Lots of extras of this Noce an e CLERK OF
o mO2.8N miles.6 LIKE NEW ir. w s Nie ow 334-798-3578 the original with the COURT NOT LATER
Fo '89 Mustang 5.0 $ 4.800. 229-3348520 iterir.New pint. SportClub cab, Clerk of ths Court e- THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR
GT Runs Great $1800 or 229-296-8171 Good condition, cold automatic, V-6, 61Kes Cser of ts C tiT THA 7 D PI
0334-798-1768 or Dyna Wide ar. stereo with ipod miles. Like New, LegauAs their before service TO THE PROCEEDING,
OBOda'06VTX1300 tack. $3000 080. 57200. 334-790-7959 on Plaintiff's attor- AT- IF HEARING IM-
BMW'05,25Sedan , 334-691-2987 Glide-FXDWG. Black. saddle 334-886.3154 ney or immediately PAIRED (TDD) 1-800-
e36k mi.nonelowner, clean, new tires,exc. ief yrsSlefton warranty - 9Eagle w/ will be en 800-955-8770. THIS IS
No paint work. cond. 126K mi. truthinsong.com custom seat. $5400 BMW '04 XS. 64,500 diesel engine. 60001b Clean con. FUly LF15049 uttered against you forN MAT L TIN
$16,900 O;R5$3000. 334- 080. 334-393-6382 miles. new tires, lift cap., good condo. auto. 334-693-39801 , Ime relef oemanded
Honda '03 Accord EX 1999 HD Fat Boy only panaramlc sunroof, $11.500. 334-701-9213 INTHE CIRCUiT In the complaint.
BMW 05, 325 Sedan.V6.Whiteow/tan3ithr 9k, garage kept, red, ext. service til Sept. TH I Accordance with DATED: July 7,2010
Blue w/tan leather, Sunrool,heated sea4 s Call 337-347-6023 or 334-677-6714 VCIRCUIT, IN AND FORLAt
334p75623468k,6 334-00 7 5-643CHRYSLER '06 Town 1990 (ADA), disabled
$ 17700 33-685-6233B2007 Suzuki & Countr Van. FLORIDA persons who, be- By- Beverly Hatcher
IHonda '07 Odyssey Boulevard C-- Red Exc. condo. 51K. seats CML DMSION person By' Deverk
hadillac'B ed. tCond.LNADA 7, ac, power, $9500 ge 991 1500 V 8 Cbiltles, need special
Collectors rare fine 24K. AECng $20,900 . reatdfor cruising, _eg..C334-688-5154 Magnum_193Kmi._CAS1E NO: 32-2010-accommodiftion to
113K miles, driven Dothan 32482-7268 0337912277 Honda - 06 VTX vyg ATVCeP/steerng9Vyagparticipate'in this, Re a dir sh
daily. absolutely 2509 YananJa ahr'2. J13C Charcoal color. e V6. auto, seats B. c s,$3 500080 METLIFE HOME proceeding �-should
850-535-9672 or 4 DR Low Miles, Bought new, barely ireatRely fUn to $4L T rade s new trees, NOW a 7981768 LOAN%, A DIVISION ordinator it 4445 La-
$300 mo. Call Steve ange and black with ride. Clean t tie'his- Considered Call CSI $1975 OBO 850-592- NH rianna, FL 32447 or
Chevrolet$02 Hatcher 334-791-8243 'go l tory The tires are Ih Auto 334-714-2700 2832 T e' e p h o nIe
Corvette. Garage ghostames, $9,000 od shape. I'm mov- _Plaintiff. Voice/TDD (850) 482-
kep. very good con- negotiable. Extras in- Ing and cannot take
cluded. 334-790-6146 the bike with melted: 9552 prior to such RESULTS!!!
haust. $15,000. Must . or 334-79-227 5100,$5,900 Automobies proceeding.
see. 334-798-4346. '92 Goldwing, 60k (850)766-7112 EVA HOLLAND, INS, WTNESS my hand
miles. red, exc. paint colin.hightowernhot 01_DODGE'99.2500 RAM EIR OF THE and the seal of this
Corvette convertible, & running condo. mail.com quad cab, short bed, ESTATE OF LOISTINE Court this 12th day of
Black, loaded, exc. Jaguar '05 XJ8L $7000 850-445-2915 Cv t HHR IS, 6cy turbo diesel, 4wd J. ALSTON, DE July,2010.-
cond., garage kept 4-door. Black. Owner leave message loaded, 27,000 ile 170K, $7250. OBO, CEASED, eL, DALE RAON GU
$48,000. 334-692-5624 d. $68Knew. Asking Automatic 4 cl Concession Trailer auto. 850-557-2711 THRIE
$25.985. 850-896-3774 Excellent! $10,700.WC Defendants ACe
334-790-7959 WANTED Ford 01 F lariatACeh7
Lxu06' 00 loa-Motor Dnven. 5.4liter, 154K'mi, NOTICE OF ACTION By: /s/Be~erly
ed,1powersun- GoodConton black ext. tanaleather
roof, air & heated 162K mi. Fully loaded And E iped, seatssuper cab, au- TO : UNKNowN A 'cher
seatsRveryrclean0American8Iron5HorseCe719q to trans $8000. 417- HEIRS, BENEFICIA-
$23.400. 334.596-8789 06, Texas Chopper 500334-794-91355807537
' u ncoln '01 Towncar, elec. blue w/spider
Signature series w/ web graphics, t24ci
interior; 4 cylinder, 850-579-4467 after izedc garage show nda7 Shadow
XM radio, CD, onstar, 6pm bike. 7950K, Must See 750 Aero Black ike


$7,500. 850-526-5832W


system, platinum PWRS/B, windows, CD & CB, smokey Motor M er, new tires, hard &
everything (plugs, ant. auto, AC, up- gold $10,500 OBO brothers perform- soft top exc. cond.
wires etc.) $3500 graded sound system, 334-798-2928/678- ance pipe. Very fast $186900. 334-333-4450'
850-209-7051 car cover & top stor- 8722 bike for the motor- U" Uo g t In toV C ah
age rack, clean, well crossing extremist JEEP 1998 Wrangler
maintained w/ re- 334-726-3842 Sport, 5sp, 4wd, hard
to, 4cords.S14.200.334- n Mojo Motor Scootewr t 's,4 0 Kne
MUST t6 Mojo Motor Scooter tires/ac, 103K, $8,500
SMercedes '96 S320 Harey Davidson '06 638, obo, 334-790-5137 That old collection of clutter might not mean much to you
Mercedes 196 $320, -. Harley Davidson$06 $1650 850- 258-1638
black, a/c, 154K, 1 Motorcycle Open
Cv77 Corvette owner, mint cond., Heritage Softail, Trailer hold 2 ikesn
MCtwe Cb 454n r.$6 4K0.f , Heri5, oro Uie nrlera AF 1 anymore, but chances are someone out there would love it. By
T-top, blk w/blk int. $6000. firm., or ri llry trailer 7 10.
M cle Car 454, 334-4067530 4, i Like ne. A Frame
t perf.e lowered,Vallce& Jack-2 moto chocks. using the Classifieds, you'll make it easier for them to find,
local auto perf. team.c oJa c.k -2n d m hokui
Ser. Inq Only. Papers
Available.Estate Hilnes pipes. $e300 OBO 334 61B-_._si
Sale14,500 O 072 or 334-6 2280 Jeep '80J7 L t Kit and easier for you to sell. So try it today!
352-219-7370 Garage kept Red Kawasaki 09' $6,999. Trades con- y
C 979 0 GS10.a000 Nina Like New 250R sidered Call CSI Auto
Chevy 79 Impala w/ jacket 3,500. mi. 334-714 2700
$500.Call Hawk@ Mercedes-Benz '03 $3,995. 334-692-3211 Lexus'08 GX470 50K
334-687-5971 or C240. White pearl LeavMessage Mi. Good Cond. Load-
334-793-1034 Ext. w/camel leather HARLEY DAVIDSON Suzuki 07' GSXR 600 ed 3rd Row Seat, Nav
Toota Camry07 sunshade. 6-disc CD classic 3000K mi. $6000 includes all 229-254-0077 JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN
SolaraV-6 sport con- changer. $11,545 Black $13,500 0BO riding gear OBO Murano '07 "S" 45k
vertible48Kmi'r. 6 yr. : 334-718-5251, 254-681.4802 334-714-4029 msu8 07"54 o (800lly loaded) 77 -
100K mi.,bumperto - miles fully loaded.
bumper warr., new Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 Harley Davidson '08 Yamaha'99 XVS1o00 Looks & drives like U O1JJ
Stores $15,000. Firm S, speed, 32k mi. - Electra Glide Classic, 42K mi. Asking $3200 new. Non-smoker,
334-588-0201 or like fnew,REDUCED 5000 miles, $15,950. OBO 334-726-1215 or garaged. $17,400
575-921-1595 $10,900 850-482-2994 334-618-4430 334-477-3152 obo. 334-449-1864.
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Afghan army struggles with ethnic divisions


BY HEIDI VOGT
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

ARGHANDAB VALLEY,
Afghanistan - The Afghan sol-
diers look like they belong. They
wear beards, carry Soviet-era
rifles and stride, confidently
through fields of wheat, melons
and okra. In one village, a young
girl brings them a jug of milk to
drink under the shade of a tree. ,,
Officers in the U.S. Army rou-
tinely praise their Afghan part-
ners: They know the culture, can
relate to the villagers and under-
stand regional politics.
But in southern Afghanistan,
the focus of the U.S. war effort,
nearly all the Afghan soldiers are
foreigners too. Most don't even
speak the local language. They
have to communicate through
interpreters hired for the,
Americans.
Despite ethnic quotas and
recruiting drives, the Afghan
army is still dominated by north-
ern minorities who were
oppressed by the Taliban. Nearly
all Taliban are ethnic Pashtuns.
Although many Pashtuns, the


country's biggest ethnic commu-
nity, are not connected. to the
Taliban, the rift between north-
erners and the southern Pashtuns
runs deep.
Now this ethnically skewed
army is ,pouring into southern
Afghanistan as part of an opera-
tion to squeeze the Taliban out of
strongholds here and win the loy-
alty of the main prize - the
'Afghan people.
When the international forces
leave - whether it is next year or
a decade from now - this mixed
bag of soldiers will either rise to
the .challenge or allow the couq-
try to fall back into a collection of
loosely affiliated territories ruled
by triballyy based militias.
"We can be here in the Pashtun
area for 1,000 years, but they will
never be our friends," said Lt.
Gulagha Haksar, a 30-year-old
Afghan soldier teamed up with
U.S. troops here in the strategic
Arghandab Valley. An ethnic
Tajik, Gulagha -remembers the
killing sprees by the Taliban in
his hometown in northeastern
Takhar province.
"During the Taliban regime,


whenever they arrested a Tajik,
they beat him. They killed many
people," Gulagha said.
Afghanistan has never been a
strongly unified nation, but eth-
nic divisions intensified during
the Soviet Union occupation of
the 1980s, when resistance fac-
tions organized along ethnic
lines. When these fighters unseat-
ed a Soviet-backed leader in
1992, they became embroiled in a
civil war.
The Pashtun-dominated
Taliban seized Kabul in 1996 and
ruled from the capital until they
were ousted five years later by
the U.S.-led coalition and its
Afghan, allies in the Northern
Alliance resistance group, made
mostly of ethnic Tajiks, Uzbeks
and Hazaras.
To give the military a national
character, the Afghan army now
has ethnic quotas for officers: 40-
45 percent Pashtun, 30-35 per-
cent Tajik, 10-12 percent Hazara
and 8-10 percent Uzbek and
other groups, according to Gen.
Mohammad, Zahir Azimi, a
spokesman for the Defense
Ministry. I


That's roughly in line with the
population. But the army does
not track the actual ethnic make-
up of the officer corps, so it's dif-
ficult to know if the quotas are
really filled. There are no quotas
for enlisted soldiers.
The Afghan army tries to
ensure a mix of ethnic groups in
each brigade of enlisted soldiers,
but it is hard to find a brigade that
northerners do not dominate. Of
the nearly 40 soldiers based with
the Americans at Combat
Outpost Ware in the Arghandab
Valley, only two are Pashtun. One
of them is the cook.
It's hard to find an Afghan
brigade' that northerners do not
dominate. Of the nearly 40
Afghan soldiers based with the
Americans at Combat Outpost
Ware in the Arghandab Valley,
only two are Pashtun. One of
them is the cook.
When the Afghans go on patrol
in surrounding villages, they are
treated as outsiders.
"When they sqe us, the old men
say, 'They are the sons of the
British,'" Gulagha said, explain-
ing that the villagers equate both


the Americans and the Afghan
soldiers with the British attempt
to colonize Afghanistan in the
1800s.
Even in Kandahar city, which
is more diverse than the villages,
there's a reticence to trust the
northerner-dominated army.
"I want my Pashtun brothers to
be in the Afghan army. If NATO
leaves here, the outsiders will
want to rule us and they will be
heavily armed, said Ahmad Jan
Agha, a 40-year-old owner of a
stationary story in downtown
Kandahar.
Nonetheless, many soldiers
here display an uncommon patri-
otism in this fractured country '
where local warlords often hold
more sway than the national gov-
ernment.
"I will stay in ,the army until,
our country is safe," said
Asadullah Rasuli, a 20-year-old
Uzbek from northern. Jowzjan
province.
"We are the same people. We
are all from Afghanistan," said
Khan Shirin Fakiri, a 30-year-old
Tajik from northern Badakhshan
province.


France declares war against al-Qaida l


BY ELAINE GANLEY
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

PARIS - France has'
declared war on al-Qaida,.
and matched its fighting
words with a first attack on
a base camp of the terror'
network's North African
branch, after the terror net-
work killed a French aid
worker it took hostage in
April.
The declaration and
attack marked a shift in
strategy for France, usually
discrete about its behind-
the-scenes battle against
terrorism.
"We are at war with al-
Qaida," Prime Minister
Francois Fillon said'
Tuesday, ,a day after
President Nicolas Sarkozy
announced the death of 78-
year-old hostage' Michel,
Germaneau.
The humanitarian worker
had been abducted April 20
or 22 in Niger by al-Qaida
in the Islamic Maghreb, and
was later taken to Mali,
officials said.


French aid group Enimilal member, Michel Germaneau,
in 2007. The leader of al-Qaida's North African
branch (AQIM) said in message broadcast Sunday
thaf the 78-year-old French engineer was killed in retal-
iation for the killing of six al-Qaida members in a raid.
-- AP Photo/Maine de Marcoussis/Enmilal


The killers will "not go
unpunished," Sarkozy said
in unusually strong lan-
guage, given France's habit
'of employing quiet cooper-
ation with its regional allies
- Mauritania, Mali, Niger
and,Algeria -'in which the
al-Qaida franchise was
spawned amid an Islamist


insurgency.
The Salafist Group for
Call and Combat formally
merged with al-Qaida- in
2006 and spread through
the Sahel region - partsof
Mauritania, Mali and Niger.
Officials suggest France
will activate accords with
these countries to stop the


terrorists in their tracks.
"It's a universal threat
that concerns the, entire
world ... not just France or
the West," Defense
Minister Herve Morin said
Tuesday on France-2 televi-
sion. "We will support local
authorities so these assas-
sins and (their) command-
ers are tracked, judged and
taken before justice and
punished. And, yes, we will
help them."
. Algeria, Mauritania,.
Mali and .Niger in April;
opened a joint military
headquarters deep in the
desert to respond to threats
from traffickers and the al-
Qaida offshoot. U.S.
Special Forces have helped
the four nations train troops
in recent years.
The United States said it
would help the French "in
any way that we can" to
bring those who killed
Germaneau to justice,
according to , U.S. ,State
Dept. spokesman P.J.
Crowley.
"There is no religion that


sanctions what can only be
described as cold-blooded
murder," Crowley said
Tuesday.
Fillon refused to say how.
France would act. "But we
will," he said in an inter-
view with Europe 1 radio.
. And perhaps it already
has. On Thursday, the
French backed Mauritanian
forces in attacking an al-
Qaida camp on the border
with Mali, killing' at least
six suspected terrorists. It is
the first time France is
known to have attacked an
al-Qaida base.


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Actor Maury Chaykin dies at age 61


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

TORONTO - Canadian actor Maury
Chaykin has died at age 61,. his manager
said Tuesday. .
Paul Hemrend said Chaykin died at a
Toronto hospital surrounded by family
early Tuesday morning - the day of his
birthday.
Mark McKinney, who 'produced
Chaykin's most recent series,:thte ,HBO
Canada sitcom "Less Than Kind," said the
veteran actor died after battling kidney
problems.
"He was one'of our greatest actors," said
McKinney, adding that the cast was devas-
tated by the death. "Maury's an actor of
unparalleled gifts, you cannot learn what
he had in spades - you could study for
1,000 years. He had an incredible gift, an
instant quickness."
Chaykin had roles in "Dances With
Wolves," "The Postman," "Owning
Mahoney;' "Mystery," "Alaska," "A Life
Less Ordinary," and "'The Adjuster." He'
has also been in the TV shows "C..S.t,,"
"Boston , Legal," the HBO series
"Entourage." His acting career spans 35
years.
His role in "Whale Music," a Canadian
film, earned him a Genie (the Canadian
equivalent to the Oscars) for best perform-
ance by an actor in a supportingrole in
.1994. He also picked up Geminis (the
Canadian equivalent of the Emmy Awards)


In this undated publicity image released
by HBO, actor Maury Chaykin is shown
in a scene from the HBO original series,
"Entourage." Chaykin, 61, died early
Tuesday at a Toronto hospital surround-
ed by family, according to his manager
Paul Hemrend. - AP Photo/HBO,
Claudette Barius

for guest spots on the Canadian TV series
"La Femme Nikita" in 1998 and "At, the
Hotel" in 2006.
Chaykin was born in 1949 in New York
to an American father and a Canadian
mother before moving to Toronto in 1974.
He is survived by his wife, actress
Susannah Hoffman, and their daughter
Rose.


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