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Jackson County Floridan

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

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United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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TUESlDAY



Bascom unveils new parkDrandtef
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIIDAN SiTAFH WII iFR
Bascom Mayor Ann Bryan
was one of several residents who
enjoyed a game of "old-timers"
softball Saturday, held during the
town's grand opening for Bascom
Community Park.
Bryan said she warned her fel-
low players before they started
that she was a much better cheer-
leader than player.
"And everybody agreed with
me when it was over," she said
with a laugh.
Because of the hot weather, the
town held its celebration around
6 p.m. Although storm clouds
threatened to rain out the event,
the skies never opened up.
The crowd was treated to live
gospel music as the ceremony
opened, and it wasn't just any
group performing. The newly re-
organized Bryan Brothers
Quartet has been a mainstay in
the local gospel circuit for
decades, and with its roots in
Bascom, the group was especial-
ly well received. The mayor and
many residents have family-and-
friend ties to the group.
Bryan said at least 100 people
came out to share in Saturday's
fun. The town had bought 160
hot dogs to feed the crowd, and
there were just 20 left when the
event shut down at 9 p.m.
A new body shop in town
parked 15 to 20 classic cars in


Zacchaeus Daniels waits for an answer from the other end of the speaking tube built into the Bascom
Community Park playground during its opening ceremony Saturday. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


areas adjacent to the park, and
held its own grand opening in
conjunction with the event.
While Bryan and others played
ball behind the main part of the


park. most of the children spent room are also new, as are a cov-
their time climbing and sliding ered pavilion with picnic tables,
on the park's showpiece, a new and some scattered free-standing
multi-function playground unit.
A concession stand and rest- See PARK, Page 4A >


Company explains oil spill cleanup role


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
Fi.OIDA,N STAFF WRITA
Waste Management held a public meet-
ing last week to tell county residents more
about how its involvement in the BP oil


spill clean up is
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Waste Minagement
explains what is
coming to the landfill
at jcflordian.com.


affecting Springhill
The landfill is
owned by the compa-
ny and situated near
Campbellton.
Since June 1, some
oil-contaminated
materials, and non-
contaminated
garbage generated by
clean-up crews, have
been coming into the
landfill.
There was no
opening presentation
at the meeting.


Instead, Waste Management employees
manned various stations and answered
questions from the public.
Company representative Amy Boyson
and others from Waste Management pre-
sented charts and other displays meant to
inform and to reassure the public on sever-
al fronts.
For instance, they pointed out that spill-
related materials represent only a small por-
tion of what is being deposited in the land-
fill.
According to one chart, spill-related
wastes represent only about 14 percent of
what's currently going in.
Of that 14 percent, about 1 percent is
non-contaminated garbage, like cups and
plates used by the clean-up crews; the other
13 percent is oil-contaminated vegetation
and sand.
Landfill manager Jeff Massey talked
about the landfill's construction, in an effort
to show that all material placed ip the cell is
well monitored, and well separated from
the underground water supplies.
With a sample of the liner system in
hand, Massey sat with Eugene and Doris
Toole, who live next door to the landfill.
The couple said they'd felt ill-informed in
the past, and wanted more direct contact
from company representatives not only
about the spill-related materials, but about
the landfill's operations in general.
Massey assured them that now that he
knows where they live, he will visit and
share information.
He showed them the various components
of multi-layered double liner that is meant
to keep landfill material from seeping into
the environment. It goes in before any waste
is placed in a landfill cell.
At another table, Cindy Fender, her 15-
year-old daughter Danielle Fender and a
friend of Danielle's looked over some of the


See CLEANUP, Page .4A >


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week, numbers 11-14 show the liner system that Springhill Landfill Manager Jeff Massey
explained to some of the people who attended the session. - Contributed Illustration


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charges for

erratic driver
STAFF REPORT
A suspicious act
by a driver last
weekend resulted
in a traffic stop,
which led to multi-
ple drug charges.
Two people were Jessica M.
arrested in the Clark
incident Saturday,
and while they
were being
processed, police
were informed the
car was reported
stolen.
According to a
press release from Keith B.
*the Marianna Barnes
P o 1 i c e
Department, driver Jessica
McClelland Clark, 26, of Grand
Ridge, is charged with grand theft
of a motor vehicle, possession of
methamphetamine, possession of
See THEFT, Page 4A 0>




license result

in arrest
STAFF REPORT
The Marianna
Police Department
arrested a
Cottondale woman
Saturday on a
charge of know-Carrie Ann
ingly driving while Wo
her license was Wolk
suspended.
According to a news release
from the department, Carrie Ann
Wolk, 33, was traveling south on
Penn Avenue in a black Nissan
SUV when officers got behind
the vehicle. The SUV turned
See EXPIRED, Page 4A >


Driver charged:

'I've never had

a license
STAFF REPORT
A 19-year-old
Alabama man who
was caught speed-
ing through
Marianna Saturday
has never had a Julio C.
driver's license,
according to the Vazquez
Marianna Police Department.
Julio C. Vazquez, of
Birmingham, was pulled over
after he was allegedly seen driv-
ing a silver Honda Accord at 70
mph in a 45 mph zone on State
Road 73.

See DRIVER, Page 4A


Local woman

arrested for DUI
STAFF REPORT
A Marianna
woman was arrest-
ed Sunday on a
charge of driving
under the influ-
ence.
According to a Christina
press release from Lin McAlpin
the Marianna
Police Department, Christina Lin
McAlpin, 24, was driving south
on Jefferson Street in- a black
Chevrolet truck at 3 a.m. when
officers saw the vehicle swerving
from lane to lane.
According to the press release,
the truck hit the concrete curb
alongside the road several times
See DUI, Page 4A �









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Thursday
Partly cloudy with a few
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Saturday
Hot and humid with
widely scattered after-
noon showers and storms.


THE SUN AND MOON.
Sunrise: 6:00 AM
Sunset: 7;34 PM
Moonrise: 11:33 PM
Moonset: 1:42 PM,


Publisher - Valeria Roberts
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Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski
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August 3 - Tuesday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
- open, 6:30 a.m. untilall 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.
* St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.,
Marianna, is having a half-off sale on all
jeans, shirts, shoes, women's purses and Ty
Beanie Babies. Also, buy one, get one of equal
or lesser value free on all children's clothes,
children's purses, VCR/tapes, DVDs, CDs and
women's small clothing (size 0-9). Sale runs
the entire month of August. Shop hours:
Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call
482-3734.
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in Jim's
Buffet and Grill, Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes, 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* The Marianna City Commission convenes
its regular meeting at 6 p.m. in City Hall.
* Jackson County Quilters Guild Marianna
Sit-n-Sew is Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m. in the First
United Methodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton
Street, behind the Marianna Post Office. Call
272-7068.
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting), 8-
9 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA
room.

August 4 - Wednesday
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
* The Marianna One Stop Center hosts a
free Employability Skills workshop on
"Budgeting," 10-11 a.m. Public welcome; no
charge. Call 718-0326.
.* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
12-1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

August 5 - Thursday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold
out, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in
the Jackson County Courthouse parking lot.
The state certified farmers' market accepts


FMNP/WIC and Elder Affairs coupons.
* St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.,
Marianna, is having a half-off sale on all
jeans, shirts, shoes, women's purses and Ty
Beanie Babies. Also, buy one, get one of equal
or lesser value free on all children's clothes,
children's purses, VCR tapes, DVDs, CDs and
women's small clothing (size 0-9). Sale runs
the entire month of August. Shop hours:
Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call
,482-3734.
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Jackson
Correctional Institution in Malone, 8 a.m. to 3
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.
* The City of Marianna Municipal
Development Department will conduct a
neighborhood meeting, 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the
Sunrise Worship Center, 2957 Hall St., where
speakers will briefly discuss healthcare,
recreation opportunities, first aid/fire preven-
tion training and affordable housing: Others
will be available after the meeting with infor-
mation on municipal services, affordable
housing and more. Call 482-2786.
* The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida
Society, .Sons of the American Revolution
presents the Blue. Springs Society, Children of
the American Revolution in the program,
"Blue Springs Society at Work," during its
regular meeting at Jim's Buffet and Grill in
Marianna. The Dutch treat meal begins at 6:30
p.m.; the meeting at 7 p.m. Meeting open to
those interested in the SAR or the C.A.R. Call
594-6664. .
* Jackson County Quilters' Guild Alford Sit-
n-Sew is the first and third Thursdays of the
month, 6-8 p.m. at the American Legion Hall,
Alford. Anyone interested in quilting or
sewing is welcome. Call 579-4146, 394-7925.
* The Jackson County Sheriff's Office and
Sheriff Lou Roberts invite parents, teachers,
students and other concerned citizens to a
community awareness meeting about gangs
in Jackson County at 6:30 p.m. in the
Marianna High School Auditorium. For more
information, call Capt. Elwood Stephens, 482-
9624.
* Thursday Night Concert in the Park -
Jackson County Parks and Recycling
Department's summer concert series qontin-
ues tonight with Southern rock and modern


country music from Sweat and Bullets, 7-9:30
p.m. at Citizens Lodge Park in Marianna:
Admissionis free. Bring lawn chairs, blankets
and enjoy the free outdoor concert.
* Alcoholics Anonymous '(closed discus-
sion), 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room. Attendance limited to persons with
a desire-to stop" drinking:

August 6 - Friday ....
* The, Jackson'-County Chamber of
Commerce First Friday Power Breakfast and
Speaker Series is 7-9 a.m. at the Jackson
County Agriculture Conference Center, 2741
Pennsylvania- Ave., Marianna. This month!
Education-in-Jackson-County forum featuring
principals Randy Ward,(Grand Ridge School),
MarySue Neves. (Marianna High-School):and
Danny Sims (Cottondale High School).
* The Marianna One Stop Center hosts a
free Employability Skills workshop on
"Employ Florida," 10-11 a.m.: and one -on
"Resume-Skills, .-1:-5 44.5 p.m.; Puih
come; no charge. Gall 718-0326.7...
* The Jackson County Democratic
Executive Committee and elected officials
welcome Democratic U.S. Senate candidate.,
Kendrick Meek, as a part of his statew,idel.bus
tour, 2 p.m. at Jim's fgBt nsrtt,:s'4
Lafayette St., Marianna.
* 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, B p'm.- (ffe'e 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.

August 7 - 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 E.Ider Affairs coupons. .
* Alcoholics Anonymous (open meeting),
4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901- Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room. , . .


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POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The. Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Aug.
1, the latest available
report: One suspicious
incident, one report of ill-
ness, one physical distur-
bance, one verbal distur-
bance, one burglar alarm,
one report of shooting in
the area, 20 traffic stops,
one found/abandoned
property report, one
assault, one noise distur-
bance, two animal com-
plaints and one
property/building check
conducted.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and coun-
ty Fire/Rescue reported
the following incidents
for Aug. 1, the latest
available report (Some of
these calls may related to
after-hours calls taken on
behalf of Graceville and


Cottondale Police
Departments): One hos-
pice death, six abandoned
vehicles, two reckless
drivers, four suspicious
vehicles, one suspicious
person, four highway
obstructions, one vehicle
fire, one residential fire,
one power line down,
three burglar alarms, 25
traffic stops, two larceny
complaints, one criminal
mischief complaint, three
civil disputes, two juve-
nile complaints, one
assault, one animal com-
plaint, one assist of anoth-
er agency, three public
service calls and one
threat/harassment com-
plaint.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
- Jessica Clark, 26,


7119 Butler Road, Grand
Ridge, possession of
methamphetamine, pos-
session of crack cocaine,
possession of Valium,
grand theft auto, criminal
mischief, five counts of
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
- Keith Barnes, 44,
2576 New .-
Salem Road, '-
Marianna, .
possession .
of metham-,rM
phetamine,
possession of crack
cocaine, possession of
Valium, five counts of
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
- Jessica McAlpin,'24,
2797 Victory Lane,
Marianna, driving under
the influence.
- Ronald Brayman, 46,
6100 Buffalo Road,
Greenwood, driving under
the influence with proper-
ty damage, leaving the
scene of an accident, pos-


session of a controlled
substance, driving under,
the influence.
- Andrell Hodge, 44,
3419 Elmwood Court,
Marianna, criminal mis-
chief.
- John Jeter, 57, 3560
Peanut Road, Cottondale,
hold for Washington
County.
- George Johnson, 26,
3822 Missouri goad,
Marianna, driving under
the influence. .
- Julio Vazquez, 18, 129
Sterling Court, Apt. B,
Birmingham, Ala., no dri-
ver's license, tag attached
not assigned.
- Ed Ivory, 53, P.O. Box
819, Blountstown, driving
under the influence, driv-
ing while license suspend-
ed/revoked, possession of
less than 20 grams of mar-
ijuana.
- Carrie Wolk, 33, 3078
Kynesville . Road,
Cottondale, driving while
license suspended/.


revoked, hold ....for
,Suwannee County.
- David Rund, 38, 4491
Highway 71, Greeiw6od,
grand theft, dealing in
stolen .property,;: tag
attached not assigned.
- Robert Hill,. 26,..7852
Hart Front Road, Sneads,
failure to appear (battery-
domestic violence), hold
for Broward County.
- Nusharon Jordan, 41,
2933 Milton Ave., Apt. 8,
Marianna, worthless
checks.
- Darrell O'Bryan, 40,
11536 Lewis... Road,
Clarksyille, . failure to
appear (battery-domest ic
violence; assault-domestic
violence). .-

JAIL POPULATION: 269

To report a, crime, .call
CrimeStoppers, at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife.vio-
lation, call 1-8887404-
FWCC (3922,.


TIDES
Panama City Low - 2:58 PM High - 3:32 AM
Apalachicola Low - 5:45 PM High - 8:54 AM
Port St. Joe Low - 3:03 PM High - 4:05 AM
Destin Low - 4:14 PM High - 4:38 AM
Pensacola Low - 4:48 PM High - 5: 11 AM.
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 40.80 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 3.01 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 5.43 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 1.90 ft. 12.0 ft.


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Jackson County Floridan * Tuesday, August 3, 2010" 3A


Partners for Pets needs board members


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Phil Rotolo had a dream of a no-kill
shelter for Jackson County as a means of
helping with the homeless and abandoned
animals.
He6 worked extremely hard for this
dream to become reality, by founding the
Partner's for Pets Animal Shelter located
just off Pennsylvania Avenue.
Since Rotolo's death in 2003, the shelter
has undergone numerous changes both in
staff and in the oversight board. They are
now at a crossroads.
Through hard work and much searching,


the shelter has been able to hire excellent
staff. Animals are healthy and well cared
for while waiting to go to new homes.
Adoptions increased to more 300 pets in
2009 and will be well over that in 2010.
Financial support for the shelter comes
primarily from individual donations and
from various fundraising activities
throughout the year.
In the past, these activities have .includ-
ed selling tickets for donated items like a
handmade quilt; a pearl necklace, gift bas-
kets, and the annual Pet-toberfest adoption
drive at Citizens Park.
The shelter receives small stipends from


the county and from the City of Marianna,
also.
Now the group says it needs help in
reorganizing "the hands that hold the
leash." Partners for Pets are looking for
community members willing to help with
oversight and, support activities.
The organization said while it needs
money to operate the shelter facility, it also
needs to have an oversight review group to
meet the requirements of being a non-prof-
it charity.
The duties of this group would be not
only to assist with obtaining money for
operation but to monitor that money is'


spent appropriately by reviewing the budg-
et monthly and annually, sending letters of
acknowledgment to donors, and assisting
with various publicity activities.
Guidelines and procedures are already
written and have been approved meeting
state standards.
The organization will schedule a meet-
ing of willing individuals in the next
weeks. Those who are willing to help us
are asked call the shelter at 482-4570 and
leave contact information, either tele-
phone, address, or e-mail. Or, send an e-
mail with contact information to petman-
ager.oquinn621@gmail.com.


Threat of raid damages Country Crossing bonds


By LANCE GRIFFIN . will continue to suffer irreparable of their initial value.
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE harm absent injunctive relief," Joseph Gulli Sr., director of
states the motion, filed on behalf Municipal Bond Research at Lord
The investment company that of Lord Abbett by attorney Peter Abbett, stated in an affidavit filed
bought $5 million worth of bonds Tepley of the firm Haskell, 'with the motion that Lord Abbett
issued in conjunction with the Slaughter, Young and Redker of initially paid 95.459 cents on the
Country Crossing development is Birmingham. dollar, or,$4.7 million, for the $5
asking a federal judge to keep the Country Crossing closed its million in Country Crossing
development from being raided in doors Jan. 29, in advance of a raid bonds. Since the closure of
order to protect its investment, on the part of the Governor's task Country Crossing, Gulli said the
The Lord Abbett Municipal force. In 2009, Lord Abbett value of the bonds has dropped.
Income Fund Inc. of Maryland bought the bonds, which were '.Gulli states that as of July 28,.
has filed motions for a prelirmi- supposed to be paid back, in part, -2010; major pricing , service
nary and "permanent injunction through the collection of $1,312 Standard' and Poors priced the
against' John,.Tysoni.. and the each year for each of the li,7.10. bonds 'at $75.674 per $100 face
Governor's Task Force on IJegal electronic bingo machines at, 'amount, ,vhich means that if Lord
Gambling, arguing that the threat Country Crossing. Lord Abbett's Abbett sold the bonds it currently
of aaid bythe task force and the purchase was part of a $21.3 mil- holds at that price, it would result
closure of Country Crossing are lion bond offering.. in a loss of almost $1 million.
eroding the value of the bonds. Court documents indicate the "In addition, last month, the
"The Fund ... has suffered and bonds havd lost almost 25 percent fund solicited different entities


that purchase similar, bonds to
show a price (make a bid) for
what they would pay for the
Series 2009 (Country Crossing)
bonds. Four of the entities did not
even make an offer. One' entity'
offered to buy them at $70' per
$100 face amount, which is far
below what the fund paid for
them just last November,". Gulli
stated in the affidavit.- ..
U.S. District Court Judge Keith
Watkins issued an order Monday
giving Tyson and the task force
until Aug. 20 to respond to Lord
Abbett's motion. . ...
Since its closure Jan. '29,
HEDA, the entity that operates
electronic bingo at Country
Crossing, has sought-injunctive.
relief several times in state and


federal court with no success.
Just two days after closing,
HEDA filed a motion in federal
court for a preliminary injunction.
However, the court ruled that it
would not interfere at that time
because it determined HEDA still
had options at the state level to
address its issues. HEDA pro-
ceeded in Houston County Circuit
Court under Judge P.B.
McLauchlin, who initially set a
hearing on the matter.
However, the task force filed an
emergency motion with the
Alabama Supreme Court seeking
to block the hearing. The
Supreme: Court ruled in Tyson's
favor, blocking the hearing "until
.further order." No further order
has been given.


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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Marianha's American
Legion Post 100 is
pleased to announce the
guest speaker for its regu-
larly * scheduled August
meeting , will. be ,Col.
Linda Henderson, nurse
supervisor at the
Marianna Veterans Affairs
Outpatient Clinic.
Col. Henderson will
provide an overview of
the services provided by
the clinic, how to access
these services,' as well as
new developments in
Veterans Affairs medical
services and eligibility.
All Post 100 members
are -encouraged to come
and. hear' the update, enjoy
a meal and partake in the
fellowship and cama-
raderie of fellow veterans.
All area veterans who
are not yet members are
invited and encouraged to
come and visit as guests of
Post 100.
The meeting is set for
Tuesday, Aug. 10, at 7
p.m. Post 100 is located at
3627 West U.S. Highway
90, adjacent to the
Agricultural Center and
horse barn.
Call 482-3744 'or 482-


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Gulf seafood declared safe


Fishermen

not so sure
BY GREG BLUESTEIN
AND JASON DEAREN
AsS CIArIT- PRESS WRITERS
VENICE, La. - Seafood from
some parts of the oil-fouled Gulf
of Mexico has been declared safe
to cat by the government, based
in part on human smell tests. But
even some Gulf fishermen are
questioning whether the fish and
shrimp are OK to feed to their
own families.
Some are turning up their
noses at the smell tests - in
which 'inspectors sniff seafood
for chemical odors - and are
demanding more thorough test-
ing to reassure the buying public
about the effects of the oil and
the dispersants used to fight the
slick.
"If I put fish in a barrel of
water and poured oil and Dove
detergent over that, and mixed it
up, would you eat that fish?"
asked Rusty Graybill, an oyster-
man and shrimp and crab fisher-
man from Louisiana's St.
Bernard Parish. "I wouldn't feed
it to you or my family. I'm afraid
someone's going to get sick."
Now that a temporary cap has


William Mahan of the University of Florida demonstrates how to
smell for taint in seafood as he moves the air across a red fish filet
at NOAA's seafood inspection program in Pascagoula, Miss. -
AP Photo/Bill Haber


kept oil from sppwing out of BP's
blown-out well for more than two
weeks, state-controlled fishing
areas in Louisiana, Florida and


Mississippi have.slowly begun to
reopen.
Despite splotches of chocolate-
colored crude that wash up


almost daily on protective boom
and, in marshes east of the
Mississippi River, Louisiana has
reopened those waters to fishing
for such finfish varieties as red-
fish, mullet and speckled trout,
and will allow shrimping when,
the season begins in two weeks.
Oysters .and blue crabs, which
retain contaminants longer, are
still off-limits.
Smell tests on dozens of speci-
mens from the area revealed
barely detectable traces of toxic.
substances, the Food and Drug
Administration said. The state of
Louisiana has also been testing'
fish tissue fbr oil since May and,
has not found it in amounts con-
sidered unsafe.
In Mississippi on Monday,
FDA Commissioner Dr. Margaret
Hamburg said the government is
"confident all appropriate steps
have. been taken to ensure that
seafood harvested from the
waters being opened today is safe
and that Gulf seafood lovers
everywhere can be confident eat-
ing and enjoying the fish. and
shrimp that will be coming .out of
this area."
Similarly, BP chief operating
officer Doug Suttles said Sunday
that authorities "wouldn't open
these waters ... if it wasn't safe to
eat the fish." He said he would eat
Gulf seafood and "serve it to my
family."


Experts say smell tests may
sound silly but are a proven tech-
nique that saves time and money.
Moreover, they are the only. way
to check fish for chemical disper-
sants, though FDA spokeswoman
Meghan- Scott said government
scientists are developing a',tissue
test. It is not clear when it will be
ready.
Federal scientists say that
unlike mercury, which accumu-
lates in some- fish, the most com-
mon cancer-causing compounds
in dil are quickly metabolized
and eliminated in the bodies of
finfish and some crustaceans.
The FDA has dedlined repeated
requests to provide information
about the toxic substances :that
were found, but the agency' is
mostly looking for polycyclic
aromatic hydrocarbons, or PAHs,
which have been linked to cancer.
The compound is found in mahy
foods, such as corn oil, kale and
smoked meats. Scientists study-
ing the 1989 Exxon Valdez spill
in Alaska found that the vil-
lagers' own smoked fish con-
.tained levels of the contaminant
hundreds of times higher than
those found in the shellfish taint-
ed by the oil spill:
As for the dispersants, the
Environmental Protection Agency
said the ones used in the Gulf have
low toxicity in humans, meaning
the public health risk is low.


BP: Upcoming kill attempt might do the trick alone Expired


SContinued From Page 1A


BY GREG BLUESTEIN
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER


NEW ORLEANS -
After insisting for 'months
that a pair of costly relief
wells were the only surefire
way to kill the oil leak at the
bottom of the Gulf of
Mexico, BP officials said
Monday they may be able to
do it just with'lines, runiging
from a ship to the blowh-out
well a mile below.
As crews planned testing
to determine whether to pro-


ceed with a "static kill" to
pump mud, and perhaps
cement down the throat of
the ,well, BP Senior Vice
President Kent Wells said if
it's successful the, relief
wells may not be needed,
after. all, to do the same
weeks later from the bottom.
The primary relief well,
near completion, will still be
finished and could be used
simply to ensure the leak is
plugged, Wells said.
"Even if we were to pump
the cement from the top, we


will still continue on with
the relief well and confirm
that the well is dead," he
said. Either way, "we want
to end up with cement in the
bottom of the hole."
Government officials and
company executives have
long said the wells, which
can cost about $100 million
each, may be the only way
to make certain the oil is
contained to its vast under-
sea reservoir.
A federal task force says
about 172 million gallons of


oil made it into the Gulf
between April and mid-July,
when a temporary cap bot-
tled up all the oil.
That' number is on the
high end of recent estimates
that anywhere from 92 mil-
lion to 184 million gallons
had gushed into the sea.
* The company began.
drilling the primary,. 18,000-
'foot relief well May 2, 12
days after the Deepwater
Horizon rig exploded and
killed 11 workers, and a sec-
ond backup well May 16.


Theft' 'Continued From Page 1A

crack cocaine, possession of a sched- The officer ran the tag attached to Officers also reported finding sev-
ule IV prescription drug, criminal the car and pulled the car over on eral pieces of tin foil and two pipes
mischief, and five counts of posses- learning that the tag had been expired that had been used to. smoke nar-
sion of drug paraphernalia. since 2009. cotics, along with two rolled-up dol-
Her passenger, Keith Brian Barnes, The officer reported that Clark and lar bills with cocaine residue.
44, is charged with possession of her passenger "appeared to be very While officers were processing the
methamphetamine, possession of nervous." evidence and the suspects, the owner
crack cocaine, possession of a sched- During the stop, police said Clark of the car called the police depart-
ule IV prescription drug, and five told officers she would leave the vehi- ment and reported the car had been
counts of possession of drug para- . cle there and walk home. Officers stolen from the hotel where he was
phernalia. . asked for and obtained consent from staying. ,
According to. the news release, Clark to search the car, according to According to the press release, the
Clark was driving a maroon Nissan the news release. criminal mischief charge against
Altima west on' South Street. She During the search, officers alleged- Clark was related to damage to the
turned abruptly onto Wandell Street ly found a prescription Valium pill, vehicle.
and an officer pulled in behind the crack cocaine and two containers No further details about the alleged
vehicle, with methamphetamine inside. damage were provided.


Park Continued From Page 1A

picnic units. Situated next to the town hall and
Landscaping with crepe myrtles the old Bascom School off Basswood
and some large " limestone rocks Road, the park was developed with a
around the entrance complete the $135,000 grant from the Florida
look. Recreation Development Assistance
City leaders are hoping the Program.
improvements will make the park a Bryan said it started drawing atten-
major gathering spot for the commu- tion long before the official grand
nity, "and maybe draw some softball opening.
S'yr k.,, l ^' ' r leagues to play there on a regular "The people of the community
basis. . have embraced it, and we're just so
, Town Clerk George Hall said pleased," she said.
, ,, .. Bascom leaders envision a day when Children were already coming to play
" ".. i.s':r.....' leagues would use the concession on the new equipment, and it's a
A happy Joria Floyd makes her way stand as a fundraiser during games, source of pride for us all."
through a tunnel built into the new and perhaps pay the city a small host She praised Melvin Engineer's
equipment in the fee. That money would be used help Margaret Baudoin and Alfred
playground equipment inthewith the upkeep of the park and the Harrison for helping the city realize
Bascom Community Park Saturday power bill for the ball field's lights, it's dream. Baudoin managed the.
during its grand opening celebra-. The park at large is open to the project, and Harrison assisted in the
tion. - Mark Skinner / Floridan public, inspection process.


Cleanup Continued From Page 1A


information presented.
Cindy said she plans to take
Danielle on one of the many tours
offered to the public by Waste
Management from time to time.
Danielle said she was impressed by_
the company's "anatomy of a landfill"
poster showing the 16 layers involved,
from cover vegetation to a prepared
subgrade of native soils below the
double liner.
She feels it is important to protect
the environment and she was confi-
dent the landfill construction and liner
were helping do that job.
In addition to Waste Management
representatives, state Department of
Environmental Protection officials
also participated in the meeting, man-
ning stations about how the landfill fits
into the clean-up.
At the meeting, DEP representatives
said Waste Management is participat-
ing in some research that, at least for
now, is keeping some of the oil-con-
taminated sand out of the landfill cells.
Of the roughly 15,000 tons of sand
collected there so far, about 5,000 tons
arc being stockpiled, rather than
buried.
"We are experimenting with addi-
tional ways to dispose of oil waste
without impacting our landfills,"
Wae Management's Boyson wrote in


Springhill Landfill Manager Jeff Massey tells Eugene and Doris Toole how
the landfill's liner is constructed during a public meeting Thursday. - Mark
Skinner / Floridan


an e-mail to the Floridan about that
project. "We have begun to stockpile
,oily sand at Springhill so that instead
of putting this material in the landfill,
WM is evaluating biotreatment, corn-
posting and land farming options to
clean the sand so that it can be benefi-
cially reused. We have ttken in about


5,000 tons of sand that is currently
being stockpiled."
Jackson County is paid a host fee by
Waste Management, which is based in
part on the amount of material
dumped at the landfill each quarter. So
far, the oil-spill material has brought in
roughly $28,500 for the county.
T


abruptly ' onto Old'
Cottondale Road, officers
said, and then onto
Edenfield Street..
Officers ran the tag while
following the SUV; it came
back as being expired since
2008.
Officers pulled the vehi-
cle over and -ran Wolk's
license.
The driver's license can..
back as 'being suspended,


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Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
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funeralhomes.com

Genella
Anderson Yon

Genella Anderson Yon,
66, of Malone died Satur-
day, July 31, 2010, in
Dothan, Ala.
Born in Malone, she was
a lifelong resident of Jack-
son County,where she was
a homemaker and a mem-
ber of the Collins Chapel
Baptist Church.
She\ was preceded in
death by her husband,
Clarence Yon. *
Survivors include two
sons, Gary Yon and fiance
Melinda, and Paul Yon and
wife Sharon, all of Cotton-
wood, Ala.; one daughter,
Loretta Hinson of Malone;
four grandchildren, Joshua
Yon, Krystal Hinson,
Marissa Yon, and D.J.
Crooms and wife Sophie;
,three great-grandchildren,
Bryleigh Grace SpurlQck,
Daveni Crooms and Zoei
Crooms; one brother, Earl
Anderson of Malone, two
sisters-in-law, Jean Ander-
son of Malone, and Gladys
Casey of Marianna; and
close friends, Dorothy
Mathis, Barbara. Beck,
Racheal Baxter and Helen
Deese.
The funeral ,service will
be 10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 3,
at the Collins Chapel Bap-
tist Church in Malone, Rev.
James Bradley officiating.
Burial will follow in the
church cemetery, James &
Sikes Funeral HOme Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family receivedd
friends Monday, Aug. 2, 6
to 8 p.m. at James & Sikes
Maddox Chapel.


since 2006.
Officers also discovered
while processing Wolk that
Suwannee County had
issued an active warrant for
her arrest, on a probation
violation, according to the
news release.
The Florida Department
of Corrections website
indicates Wolk served, time
in a-prison work camp for
burglary.


Driver Continued From Page 1A

Police alsd discovered irfformatiooffi onTrifmid that,
that the tag on the car was police said.
allegedly assigned to a dif- Vazquez was charged
ferent vehicle. with , driving with no
Vazquez told police he's license, and .with having a
never had a driver's license. tag attached to the vehicle
A' check on his personal which was not assigned.


DLUI -"Continued From Page 1A


before McAlpin was pulled
over.
The officers who con-
ducted the stop noted that
McAlpin and her three pas-
sengers "were obviously
intoxicated," the news


release stated.;
McAlpin was arrested on
a charge of driving under
the influence. ,The .passen-
gers were allowed to call a
sober driver to come .and
take them from the scene.


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

Emily Nicole
Keel

Emily Nicole Keel, 9, of
Altha. passed away Satur-
day, July 31, 2010, after an
extended battle with can-
cer.
Emily is survived by her
parents, Benjamin and
Tracey Alday Keel, and'her
sister Skyler, all of Altha;.
her grandparents, Betty
Whitfield Corbin and the
late-James Hubert Keel, Al-
bert "Buddy" and Jennifer
Miles Alday, and Vernie
Junior and Margie Phillips
Barfield; and her great-
grandparent, Irene Baggett
Alday Stanley.
Emily was born Dec. 1,
2000, in Tallahassee, and
went to school at Altha
Public School. Emily en-
joyed spending time with
her sister and friends,
swimming, go-kart riding
and playing with her
Barbie dolls.
The funeral service will
'be 4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 5,
at the Altha Church of God
in Altha, Gailand Bay offi-
ciating. Interment will fol-
low in Red Oak Cemetery
near Altha, James & Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel of Marianna direct-
ing.
The family will receive
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Wednes-
day, Aug. 4, at the Altha
Church of God, 26000 NE
Fuqua Circle in Altha.

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Magic's Howard not feeling the Heat Jaguars


BY ANTONIO GONZALEZ
ASsocIAI'tD PRESS WRiHER
ORLANDO - Dwight
Howard has heard the same ques-
tion everywhere he has traveled
this summer.
What do you think about the
Big Three in Miami?
Apparently, not much.
The NBA's two-time reigning
defensive player of the year,
Howard has rejected nearly every
question on the LeBron James-
Dwyane Wade-Chris Bosh trio in
Miami. Howard deflected almost
every reference to the Heat at the
start of his annual basketball
camp Monday after telling
reporters he wouldn't discuss'his
Florida foes.
"The Big Two is in Orlando:
Stan and Patrick," Howard said,
chuckling, referring to Magic
coach Stan Van Gundy and assis-
tant Patrick Ewing. "I'm not talk-
ing about the Miami Heat."
These days, Howard doesn't
have much time for the revamped'
Sunshine State series.
Howard was in China the last
two weeks conducting basketball
camps and attending sponsorship
events. He will be traveling to
Senegal later this week to partici-
pate in the NBA's Basketball
without Borders camp in Africa,
and he also is planning a. trip to
India to promote the league.
LeBron James? Well, he isn't
completely out of Howard's
mind.
Among , his travels since
Orlando was, eliminated by
Boston in the Eastern Coriference
finals, Howard's biggest trip
came when he worked out with


Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard talks to his campers during his basketball camp at UCF Arena
in Orlando Monday. -AP Photo/Orlando Sentinel, Gary W. Green


Hall of Fame center Hakeem
Olajuwon in Texas during the
NBA finals. Olajuwon invited
Howard to his home after they
talked in the playoffs ..,
Often criticized for a lack of
post moves and a mid-range
jumper, Howard said he made big


strides through his workouts with
Olajuwon, who also has helped'
Lakers star Kobe Bryant among
other NBA players recently.
Howard plans to spend, another
week with Olajuwon before next
season begins.
"Basically, what he was saying


was I have to become a person
that is not afraid to do anything
on the floor," Howard said. "He
said right now there's only cer-
tain parts of my game that I'm
not afraid to do, but other parts I

See HOWARD, Page 6A >


Goodell: Jaguars fans need to 'step up'
BY MARK LONG
AP SPORTS WRITER � -." ,,, .


JACKSONVILLE - Roger Goodell's
message was subtle, yet stern. ... ,
The NFL commissioner met with
Jacksonville business leaders, local politi-
cians, team officials and players Monday, get-
ting a firsthand look at one of the league's
struggling franchises. He expressed support
for the small-market Jaguars, but also hinted
that fans need to do more to keep the team in
town.... " ' .
"This is a great opportunity for this comn
munity to demonstrate their passion for this
team and their passion for football," Goodell
said.
Goodell's stop in Jacksonville was his lat-
est on a tour taking him to eight NFL cities in
six days. It may ,have been 'his mbst1 pointed,
especially since the Jaguars blacked out nine
of 10 homes games last season and became a
target for potential relocation.
"We want this team to be successful and we
want -it to be here," Goodell said. "We just
want to make sure that we're playing in front
of large audiences and' hopefully sold-out
audiences because that's what we do expect
in the NFL." ' ' '
The Jaguars are, hoping to turn things
around this year. They sold naming rights to
the stadium for the first time in three years,
getting a five-year, $16 million commitment
from EverBank. They sold naming right to
the practice fields for the first time ever, sign-
ing a deal with Blue Cross Blue Shield of
Florida.
Although neither deal directly leads to tick-
et sales, the Jaguars insist its a positive sign to
have local businesses backing the team.
Nonetheless, the Jaguars have significantly
boosted ticket sales. They need to sell about


NFL football commissioner Roger Goodell speaks at a media conference at the New
Orleans Saints training facility in Metairie, La., Monday. The commissioner is on a tour of
eight NHFL cities. -AP Photo/Gerald Herbert


5,000 more season tickets to avoid more
blackouts. They have an additional 5,000
tickets remaining for group saces or single-
game tickets, as well as about 2,000 premium
scats available.
"I think we're going to get there and we're


going to erase the word 'blackout' in our
community," owner Wayne Weaver said.
Although Weaver acknowledges he needs
an "exit strategy" as he nears his 76th birth-
See FANS, Page 6A l>


Bucs' DT McCoy gets pointers from Sapp


By FRED GOODALL
AP SPORTS WRITER
TAMPA - Gerald .McCoy
grew up watching the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers on television, admir-
ing the play of Warren Sapp and
envisioning himself becoming ak
dominant NFL defensive tackle,
too.
The third pick in this year's
draft out of Oklahoma never
imagined the opportunity to real-
ize his dream would come with a
chance to learn from none other
than his all-time favorite,
Mentor and pupil got together
on the practice field one day this
offseason, with Sapp giving
McCoy a crash course on what to
expect in training camp and what
he needs to work on to have a
chance to have a successful rook-
ie season.
They plan to stay in touch with
each other in coming weeks -
and years.
"I worked out with him a little
bit while I was still here at OTAs.
Everything he showed me, I went
and worked on it, worked on it
and worked on it," said McCoy,
who is being counted on to plug a
hole that's existed in Tampa


Tampa Ba Buccaneers Barrett Ruud (51) works with defensive end
James Ruffin (60), defensive tackle Gerald McCoy (93) and defen-
sive end Brandon Gilbeaux (72) during NFL football training camp
in Tampa Monday. -AP Photo/Brian Blanco


Bay's defense since Sapp left the
Bucs following the 2003 season.
"Hle showed me a lot of minor
things. He said personally, lihe
can't do it in one summer. We
have to keep working and keep
working to get where he thinks I


can be --just like he did. He just
kept working, and eventually he
got better until he was unstop-
pable. That's where he wants me
to be. but heli said it's going to
take time,"
The Bules don't intend to bring


McCoy along slowly. The 6-foot-
4, 295-pound tackle was inserted
into the starting lineup on the first
day of camp, hours after agreeing
to a five-year, $63 million con-
tract.
Tampa Bay drafted UCLA
defensive tackle Brian Price in
the second round, believing he
can help McCoy transform the
defensive line into a dominant
unit. *
The Bucs ranked 27th in total
defense in 2009, 27th in points
allowed and tied for 26th in
sacks.
"Personally, I think we can be
game changers. They didn't draft
us to not be. They didn't draft us
just to be another guy. They did-
n't draft us to sit on the side and
come in here" and there." McCoy
said. "They want us to be game
changers. That's what Sapp did.
They think I can have the same
type of impact as him, so that's
what I want to do."
The Bucs obviously liked what
they saw of McCoy at Oklahoma,
where the 22-year-old had 14 1/2
sacks in three seasons while play-
ing the "three-technique" right
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major league debut Monday
against the Twins.
Sonnanstine is 2-0 with a 4.22
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receiver
BY MARK LONG
AP SPORTS WRITER
JACKSONVILLE - The
Jacksonville Jaguars have spent
the past decade trying to replace
star receivers Jimmy Smith and
Keenan McCardell.
They used first-round draft
picks on R. Jay Soward (2000),
Reggie Williams (2004) and Matt
Jones (2005). They spent millions
on free agents Dennis Northcutt
(2007), Jerry Porter (2008) and
Torry Holt (2009). None of them
panned out. All of them moved
on.
And the search continued.
Jacksonville may have solved
half its long-standing problem
last year, when Mike Sims-
Walker emerged as David
Garrard's go-to guy and a legiti-
mate big-play threat. As for the
other half? The Jaguars are hop-
ing to figure that out in training
camp.
It's one of the most intriguing
position battles going on in
Jacksonville, with everyone keep-
ing a close eye on young
receivers Jarett Dillard, Clarence
Denmark, Nate Hughes, Mike
Thomas and Tiquan Underwood.
Throw in veterans Kassim
Osgood and Troy Williamson,
and the Jaguars have numerous
options to play alongside Sims-
Walker this fall.
. "It's so wide open that training
camp and these preseason games
are probably going to determine
who's the starter and who gets
cut," Hughes said Saturday.
Dillard and Thonias are consid-
ered front-runners for the starting
spot. They contributed as rookies
last season and looked dynamic at
times, but they also have been
slowed by injuries.
A fifth-round pick from Rice in
2009, Dillard missed the final
seven games after breaking his
right ankle in November. He also
sustained a stress fracture in his
left foot in June and opened camp
on the physically unable to per-
form list. He expects to return in
a couple of weeks, but it could be
a setback.
Thomas, a fourth-round pick
from Arizona in 2009, missed
most of offseason workouts
because of a nagging hamstring
injury. Nonetheless, he showed so
much promise last season that
Jacksonville didn't hesitate to
part ways with Holt - a seven-
time Pro Bowler brought in to
mentor the young guys.
Thomas caught 48 passes for
453 yards and a touchdown in
'09. He also carried 12 times for
86 yards, and returned kickoffs
and punts.
"We just need somebody to
say, 'I'm stepping up,"' Garrard
said.
Denmark and Underwood
stepped up during organized team
activities. They stood out'in those
spring/summer workouts and got
a big confidence boost.
"It's been a huge difference,"
said Underwood, a seventh-round
pick from Rutgers in 2009. "I'm
more confident this time around.
I know what to expect. I can go
about training camp like a veter-
an"
Osgood and Williamson are the
veterans of the group.
Osgood spent the past seven
seasons in San Diego and made
three Pro Bowls as a special
See JAGS, Page 6A >

Rays recall

Hellickson

from Triple-A
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ST. PETERSBURG - The
Tampa Bay Rays have recalled
right-hander Jeremy Hellickson
from Triple-A Durham and
placed reliever Andy Sonnanstine
on the 15-day disabled list with a
strained left hamstring.
The moves were announced
before Monday night's game with
Minnesota.
Hellickson, who leads the
International League with 12
wins, was scheduled to make his










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SPORTS


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Howard


Continued From Page 5A


Sneads Volleyball
Sneads High School will
have volleyball tryouts
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 info, 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. to 6:30 p.m. in 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
718-7942.

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.



Jags
Continued From Page 5A
teams ace. He signed a
three-year contract worth
$6.675 million with'
Jacksonville in March. He
received nearly $3 million
guaranteed, but got no prom-
ises of more playing time.
After catching just five
passes the past five years,'
Osgood wants a bigger role.
But he has dropped several
passes thrown his way.
"It's all about being con-
sistent," Underwood said.
"We all have the talent to do
it. It's going to come down to
who's the most consistent"
Williamson showed the
most consistency last pre-
season. The former first-
round bust in Minnesota
caught 12 passes for 247
yards and a touchdown, and
earned a starting spot oppo-
site Holt. But he tore his
right labrum in the second
game of the season, spent
the rest of the year on
injured reserve and opened
the door for Sims-Walker.
Sims-Walker finished
with 63 receptions for 869
yards and seven touch-
downs.
The Jaguars expect more
from him this season, but
they realize they need
someone opposite him to
make it work like it did with
Smith and McCardell.


am. I have to be able to do all of
those things, basically. That's the
biggest thing I took from him.
"I just think he was watching
and seeing me play for a while,"
Howard added. "All the things we
worked on, he was just wondering
why I never used those things in a
game. He saw all the things that I
could do, and he was very
impressed. He said that I cannot be
afraid to do all these things."
For now, Howard isn't afraid to
explore opportunities outside bas-
ketball. .
He already has had roles in


movies and spent more time in
Hollywood this summer for TV
spots. He has tried to find gyms to
work on his game during his trav-
els but admits that finding the time
- and the place - has been diffi-
cult.
The one thing he hasn't done
much of is relax at his central
Florida home.
"I've just been doing push-ups
and sit-ups and eating," he said.
"It's time to really get serious and
get ready for next season. But I
think it was good for me, because
it's the first time I really had a


chance to really get some good
rest."
"I don't want to be just known as
a basketball player," Howard
added. "I don't want to be put just
in that one category, so that's why.
I've decided to do different things
off the court."
Whether he wants to acknowl-
edge it, the NBA landscape will be
much different next season.
Howard might still be the
league's biggest star as far as size
in,Florida. But James, Wade and
Bosh will likely trump Howard and
the Magic - who are opening a


new arena next season - in
stature.
Orlando and Miami are expected
to be the top contenders along with
Boston in the Eastern Conference.
At the very least, Howard realizes
the Magic's road to a title just got
tougher.
"I just want the. players that are
returning to understand that if we
want to win a championship, we all
have got to be on the same page,"
Howard said. "Every guy has to go
out there and man-up and do their
jobs so we can win a champi-
onship."


Fans Continued From Page 5A

day,/he insists he has no plans to sell or move consecutive year and even cut prices in January Weaver asked Goodell to visit in hopes of
the team. But he also realizes attendance has to for some seats. They allowed fans to lock in making a final push.
improve to keep the franchise viable in one of 2010 prices for three years and make equal pay- Goodell made it clear the NFL has no plans
the league's smallest markets. ments for those 30 games over 30 consecutive to change its blackout policy for small-market
The Jaguars have tried just about everything, months, with no interest and no deposit. teams and added that Los Angeles remains a
They didn't raise ticket prices for the third Still, they have come up short. desirable spot for a franchise.


Bucs Continued From Page 5A

tackle position in a scheme or his objective with the that it's not great - but I'm ing about. It was something "He took out of his time.
smiler to the defense run by Bucs, who are coming off a a football player." I didn't take for granted. I He didn't even make me
Tampa Bay. 3-13 finish. - McCoy also wants to took it all in, and I cher- come to him. He drove
Coach Raheem Morris is "I want to help this team continue building his rela- ished those few moments down here to meet me.
excited about the strides and get back to playing like tionship with S.app, who we had because that's not That was real nice of him
the rookie has made since Tampa plays. Tampa was played nine years with the' something everybody gets. to do that."
joining the team for offsea- really known for playing Bucs and four more with
son workouts. defense, and that's what I the Oakland Raiders before
"He's getting acclimated want to come and get us retiring after the 2007 sea-
with the Tampa heat with back to," he said. "My goal son. p -lo
the pads on. ... He's made a is to be the best football "Thing is, I watched him
few mistakes but he's a player I can be. I want to be on TV as a child. ... I used
sharp young man and he in the Hall of Fame, I want to watch those linemen
takes a lot of pride," Morris to be in' the Pro Bowl, I challenges with him and
said. "The thing I notice is want to be known as being Jason Taylor and John
he's hard to get a smile out one of the best ever. ... By Randle. I was rooting for
of him on the football field. doing that, the money will Sapp," McCoy said. "Out
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"Dennis is a sweet, sensitive guy, and if you
don't let us get married he's gonna break
both your legs:'


ACROSS
1 Masking -
5 Hi-tech
scan
8 Jargon
12 Footnote
word
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14 Rubaiyat
author
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posits
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19 Hypnotic
state
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25 Painter's
work
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30 Jade
32 Self-image
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37 - Sabe on
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Ranger"
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sea level
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folk music
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usual


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course
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He has broken you down


Dear Annie: I am married to a man four
\ ears my junior who seems locked into the idea
that I am.cheating on him. I am not, although
I 'd have good reason: He is hardly ever around
and pays little attention to me.
We l4ave two children, and I gained a lot of
weight during the pregnancies. Recently, I
began exercising and watching my diet to
improve my health and have almost returned to
my pre-wedding weight. I feel better about
myself, as I had become depressed.
Now when I dress 'up, he ,
assumes it's not for him but to get
the attention of other men. When
we were dating, he kept pressur-
ing me to lose weight, even
though I was slim. He had lit- it s
tle sexual interest in me once I
became pregnant, but now he
can't get enough. He claims it's
unrelated to my weight loss. He
says he "just figured out" that our
love was meant to be. This isn't our only
problem. He also belittles my intelligence.
When I make statements, he often chal-
lenges me or tells me I must not have
understood what I heard.
I'm miserable, but everyone tells me I have
to stay for the kids and try to make it work. I
don't even know where to start in order to be
happy again. I am 35 with two small children
and feel stuck. Who would want me? -.
Trapped
Dear Trapped: We know we sound like a
broken record, but please get counseling. He
has worn you down and made you feel unat-


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Alexandre Dumas pere said, "All human wisdom is summed
up in two words - wait and hope."
In bridge, though, it.can be costly for the defense to follow a
"wait and hope" policy. Do not think, "No hurry - I can make
that play in a minute," because often it will be too late.
In today's deal, take the East hand. Defending against three
no-trump, West leads the heart eight. What are your thoughts?
Note North's raise to three no-trump. When the responderbhas
minor-suit length and no singleton or void, it is right to shoot for
the nine-trick game. He shouldn't even think about five of a -
that dirty word! - minor. Declarer starts with eight top tricks:
three hearts and five diamonds. Since he needs one spade to get
home, his best play is to take the first trick with dummy's heart
ace and to call for a low spade. This would work against most
defenders, who know all about "second hand low." But you stop
and consider the evidence of West's opening lead. The heart eight
cannot be fourth highest, because the Rule of Eleven says that
there would be only three hearts higher than the eight in the
North, East and South hands combined. Yet you can see four:
dummy's ace and your J-10-9. The eight must be top of nothing.
Declarer has the king and queen of hearts. If South were missing
the diamond king, he would have taken the first trick in his hand
and tried the diamond finesse. So declarer must have that card
also. South is trying to sneak his ninth trick. Don't wait - grab
the trick with your ace and shift to the club two. Your side then
takes one spade and four clubs.


tractive and worthless.- You -have two young
children, and for their sakes, you should make
every effort to see whether the relationship can
be saved before giving up. It would be best if
your husband goes with you, but if not, go
without him. The right counselor will help you
understand your situation and find ways to deal
with it.
Dear Annie: My wife left me 12 years ago
for the richest man in town. We have a daugh-
ter who is to be married in the near future. I am
also remarried, and we have a young child.
My former wife is planning the
entire wedding, and the recep-
tibn will be an expensive
endeavor, as they seem to have
unlimited funds. Our financial
situation is quite the opposite.
SDue to a workplace accident, I
am on disability.
Am I obligated to pay half of
the total wedding costs- even
, though I have no say in the
planning? I fear it will cause
. great hardship on my family.
S- Worried Dad in Iowa
Dear Iowa: You are not obligated to pay
more than you can afford. Decide what
amount you are willing to part with. Then
inform your daughter that as much as you
would like to give her the moon, this is all your
budget will allow. (We strongly urge young
couples to help pay for their own weddings and
stop. bankrupting their parents for one day's
festivities.) .
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HOROSCOPE

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -
Using a burst of anger to cover up
your lack of comprehension when
conversing with contemporaries
will make matters worse. Keep a
level head and don't hesitate to
confess your incomprehension.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -
In a commercial arrangement
between you and another person,
each is likely to think you are the
giver and the other is the taker. In
reality, you both could be a bit too
greedy for anybody's good.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -
Competition could cause both
you and your competitor to throw
impediments in each other's path.
Whoever picks up most of the
debris will be the one who ends
up being the winner.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22)-
With the wet brush still clutched
in your hand, don't try to blame
another for painting you into a
corner. With this kind of evidence,
you aren't likely to get too much
sympathy.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.
21) - The final score should not
be all that counts, when in a com-
petitive, fun involvement with
friends. Regardless if you win or
lose, go down or take your bows
with dignity and grace.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan.
19) - Big ambitions can only be
achieved if what you hope to gain
will be shared with all the others.
Selfish expectations will merely
* thwart your chances for fulfill-
ment.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)
It looks like you could do quite
well in a competitive situation.
However, if you lord it over the
others, they'll do all that they can
to make sure your win turns into
a humbling experience.
PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)
- Although you might find it
impossible to iron out your own
affairs, you are likely to be able to
sort out all the different complica-
tions giving grief to a group of
friends' Go figure.
ARIES (March 21-April 19)-
Don't blame anybody else ifyour
mode of behavior is interpreted as
being a bit harsh and unpleasant,
and those you're dealing with
respond in kind. You'll get what
you'll give.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -
Unless you protect your career-
oriented self-interests against
competitors, you'll leave yourself
wide open for attack. Don't let
anyone claim the rewards you've
.earned. , '
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
It is likely to take far more time
than usual to determine what
someone you recently met is all
about or if you can even trust this
person. Tread slowly and softly
until the answer is conclusive.)
CANCER (June 21-July 22) -
Just because those with clout
nifotoss lffeir weight around are
nasty and rude, it doesn't mean
you should be so to them as well.
Be above it all, and observers will
be applauding you, not them.

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Call to identify Has Fresh Produce + dep. 850-482-8196 private in'09,260 hrs, like
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Free: F-Rat Terrier Tte eas, 4/2 house at,2844 buildings, 3BR/2BA, wench,& upgraded
I We are looking fora mix& M Bulldog/ Bu Calans owa St $800 & clean, large kitchen, tires & wheels. Pd
motivated elfstatrter withaa great Duchund mix. 850- 2/2furn. ap$800 appliances. $575 mo. $8500asng6200
attitude to join our team. 592-2568 8 I Call 850-718-6541 850-352-2103 699 CO R`6 Under warranty till
100 HEADLAND 2012 8501933 Randail Craft
Requirements: . . 9228/6 3- 312 Fiberglass 16' Bass
*Confidence in your ability to be * Craftsman Suzuki '08 Quad 400 Boat W/70 hp Engine
successful. Design 4Wheeler w/several Tilt & Trim, 2 live
* Outstanding communication skills both * Approx 2850 extras. $3500 850- wells, trolling motor,
verbal and written. sqft 209-1622/850-698- great condition. 1979
* Professional appearance and * 5BR/3BA 9387 model boat & engine
outstanding work ethic. * Built in 2009 $1,800;. Call 464-8514
* Great attitude and high energy * Energy efficient Boats r 334-393-2110



pouttandin 18" ICW racing rimsg Bright Start Baby Dryer, Hotpoint Large Bookcase, Solid wood dresser. Bu"nte VHFi0a2t5 $1n0x Ilentcto n.
pe* Full training and supportDeck good cond., $500. Bouncer, new cond. heavy duty. 3-cycle 72"x36", 5 shelves, 6 drawers, mirror * .i all 334-406825 or0
* Superior customer service skills.Call Lennox Two
A esire to work i a commission, Camp quipmentZone system 1978 Quachia 16'
performance based environment. air mat 6.1 acres 1990 40HP Evinrude
Slike new. $425 tress $75 850-728- $20, Infant Car Se Slate & tile outboard galvanized
Compensation8502632701 9918 $15, 850-48-8287 af- (850)592-250 BL *Hardwood frs trailer, trolling
Competitive pay plan with huge earning 100 Granite motor, depth finder, Rbalo 1995 24'
potential" ICW racing rims, Bright Start Baby net,1970s ryer, Hotpint Large Bookcase, Solid wood dresser(850)592-25counter07 VHF radio Exc Cond Excellent condition
Full training and support good cond., $50005922439Bouncer, new condo. heavy duty. 3-cycle 72"x36", shelves, 6 drawers, mirror tops $2500 frm Trailer completely
SBC/BS Insurance. Call 850-592-2439 $21 850-482-7665 $50 850-526-4425 $50 850-526-3365 new hardware. $100 Formal dining Cal 334 54063825 restored.$15.000
PB22Cal Ruger Mk 3 Camping equipment Oak, 593ARGE CANVAS N- I(850)592-8676 2 car garage o 4 n
MaintenancePHunter w/bsa red dot incl.grill& air mat- Evenflo Highchair FLATABLE BOAT Trey ad.
850-263-2701 9918$15 850-48?-8287 af- (850)592-250 9 KITCHEN- TABLE 2 0 18ft ceiling' .. -. -




Ster 4:3verbal. Ability to perform well under " g scrTV 2 . EA 0 8CHAIRS $100 in Ivng areae
pressure in a high32" Magnavox TV$50 China abinet,1970's o MICROSUEDE CHAIR- (850)592-2507 $BRSF 355,999ers
I m e i t 850-592-2439 Perfect Condition Front Door, 4 panel, BUTT4x3fixERSCOTCH 1994k chaparral 225 -- - f "n
environment.3 Michelan Tires 175 850-526-3365 insulated w/fan win- COLOR NICE $100 STEEL TUBNG ANGLE Call 334 596-7763 SLC Sport.V o ti
P195/65prevent prR89 $35/ea hina Cabinet, Oak, 593-9987Dut Washer, SOLID OAK DRESSER- ON,0 en House Pontoon 00J ohnson $6500334-793-4693
or $100 or all 850- 1940s $225 850-- x Microwave oven0 5$30, STOCK $20 Ib trailer, Storea inside. 30', 2 cyl. Yarmar die-
implemening programssitive, p ro-active, 593-5166nd526-3365GLASSTOP COFFEE- 8 oater 4 oven 10, 950. Call sel ena Very low hrs .
Analysistodetermine therootcauseand TABLE $50 (850)592- Toaster oven $45 (850)592-2507 334) 393-258601 lessthan250 Roller
person for a 58 Cal Muzzleloader CLAY, ORCHID, 2507 850-728-9918 2002 Gp 120R & 1998 furlong bmn2 head
organized Rifle. $300.00 or trade BONSAI- POTS, OMEGA JUICER- AL- lus trailer, micro, fridge. Good
Maintenance Planner/Scheduler for handgun. plants not included Go Cart with 6 HPRROR$275 200 HP Mercur
or052 676ye e d p ci2/motor. $175 MOST NEWRETAILS SC aber 33 4 -a,6023 6 0 cond. Docked @ Snug
7 (850)592-8676 $249.$35 (850)592- ,5500Y$25cond., $5500.-all Harbor slip B-6. 334-
Candidate musthave excellent 5 pc furniture set C hopper, 5 John Deere Lawn 2507 225HP Johnson Mtr,
msil$250, exercise bike (40)1965-1989 ALL GOLDEN OLDIE FORECLOSE- Cobra-199114- Dual Ax$13 e Tr. 90 w/
$35 850-728-9918 RECORDS-.33 1/3 RUG- 8x12 Deep Blue VEMCO V-TRACK H Arr334-47-19P S16BaFsi
bmitto o wen $150 850-592-2973 4476$4(850)592-2507 5 850 592-2579 HDBD W$50.Excel.cond. GADRAFTING HEAD $528X80 SOL- 2 stc ri w/HP Scout 16' Bay Fishing
verbal. Ability to perform well under 60 Big Screen TV Merc. Walkthrough Boat'05 60HP 2-cycle
$325,Troybilt Pres- CONCRETE EDGER- Hammock- w/wood 334-482-3877 (850)592-2507 Dothan, AL w/s. 25hrs. on mtr.w/ mtor & Trolling Mtr
pressure in a high intensity production sure Washer $220 MOLDS ALL $20 stand from Pottery Skylight double 8 BOR/7 BA - 7538 SF extras. Cust. covers.
ne4 850-569-1279 (850)5922507 Barn $100 (850)482 dome4'x3' fixed $45 Vera Bradley Purse, tarachors Bid: 1k w/guide, fish finder










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u , &porches Coochie Craft ST clean, life jacket
Analysis to determine the root cause and Bernina Vacuum $20 Dishwasher, Whir. HP DeskJet D2600 SOLID OAK DRESSER- Wooden baby crib Mores Avab ld ru
Oak wood computer pool Energy Star, Printer $25 850-482- DRAWERtaless w/attress $70 850steel 6ftass C boat 2 70hp cover incl. $5500 850-9"
prevent future delays in production Basic desk, $35 850-482- white $25 7888 W/MIRROR $275 482-3853REDC Brkr 200 HP Mercury
ofec ptsowriad-4425-HP PHOTOSMART (850)592-2507 wooden headboard Tandem Trailer.
desired c u s a i C4 t P Black Leather Corn- Dk. Brown leather 8200- works SOLID OAK for single bed. $10G eT .$0 r", 2
or 7i, planning systemsdesired puter chair $25 850- chair w/ottomran $75 great,can demo $20 DRSO IN-EC 8-4 5 GPS, Etc. $r850- 0 BO Seatraft,"89 20t ,




42 8 8--5- 29- 2nW/PAD $50 (850)592- 0860 BUY Mo (Night) 81500.0-638-1338 Intimidator, 17ft bassr,
l Bridal set, ASABI SOLUTION LANDSCAPINGohn Deere Lawn 507 334-798-4569 Johnson 150HP,
net $45 850-56.1219 $11 850-f.o.2194 482.828; Chtr 4:30 '850)592.2507 i850)592-250;' Grove Park. anchors trolling mo- 334-791-4891.
tor. custom DMI Columbia, AL



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orches, iCoochie Craft 87' clean, life jacket &
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I Boat: J I M'j"rr H':'me77 Rv", ( | M':'to:'r H':'mps RV j
- Cruise F.lo,:ler LE. '05. REDUCED Mo-.t,:-.
36ft worl.r.orse- cn. at '05 '1ir Wheel. 4
3e;.e 8 1 ' i.a g i ,- . l es. .rng bed.
221k mi. no mi. -. , ..:. :or- d. 527.000
cien 350 1.AT. 2 TV , 850c 547.2808
A, C,. utcO levt.clin,.. R
Trition 2009 Explorer i-a. admastc r
ITO much a for , ', ill-: SVi, -flTr
3.14,183 1|02 or Linlim lc, 41k m ,.
W le~p., ,6CiR without
Wellcraft ,86 2 3t i "lep. both In rear R-VISION '06 Tra
Center counSel. 225 aond ellii-g dlue tr, Lite. 26 fl.. fully
.lohronout bOard. nrealth 850 352.2810 lo.',de, .iebnew.
$4500.r. nelectrornici ~.l.w m.Ileage $42.900)
Sale $7.00, 334.235 334.6J6.65u8
Scenic Cruiser 37 ft.
Camper; Travel by Gulf Streamrr 99
Traiders 5 i mmaculate cond.
ei loaded w. options
must eee!I comes
14' New Enclosed D a with 07 Jeep. Dothan
Cargo oTrailer w*ille- 1Damon a 58.500 334.803.3397
for $2200or |trade 34'. 36K mi. Ford ."
for an RV. Travel Cliassi Triton VIo0
trailerr 5th wheel nrtr Generator. new
'99.'04 with slide and awning...tabalizer
pay liffErencE. 850. 25K 334.4036.97.
482-5631 557-7332 ta f
Fleetwood Bdr '07
-S________ 3 3.sld. lcadedr CHi-A Trail-Lite RV '02
S- . g1- lDop. w?. hor se. 8 I Cla:s B. Like New
-L'_ J_ qgas. 5.900 mi. $I10, Fully equipt wtlh
OBO 334 898 1201 Generator 22k mi
$20,500 334-792-4559
2006 KZ Sportsman
ioyHauler 35'Bumper r . ' .. ,
Pull. I lide outWI
Sleeps 6 Fully cont.
$13.50i0 334-726-4905
Winnibego 02' Md29B
Minnie. 30h. self con
LH --tained 44K mi. new
tires & brakes. new
mi u digital ant. & flat
Ho i ay Ramb er - screen TV & micro-
'96 37' Endeavor LE wave, great cond.
V8 Gas 460. 70.800 w.'car tow doll>,
ZOO28 5th wheel. miles. rear camera. $33.000.334.889.4489
Keystone Laredo Onan generator.
RL29. 122.500 oba.. ncwv tires. wood
like new. I slide. Call and ceramic tile RVs, Campers
Mike- 1334)791-0318. fi oring. marble Wanted
CARRIAGE 02 :counter top. cornerr
CAMEO 30h. 2 slides glass shower. '06 Travel Trailers
will kept Includes 520.500 negotiable for sale. sell con-
super slide hitch 1850)573-1813 tained 334-793 4438
S20.000 334.687 9983 or 334-793.4448
Monc-co Knight 06. 5th "06 Fleetwood 2
Save $25K or more. slides, with 07'
SDiLsl. 4 slides. 4300 Silverado 250 wor*.
Sm. many upgrades truck as package
$.159.700. 850 866 payoff 536.000
2774 334.470-8454
Carnage Cameo '05
32ft. 3-slides. 2-A'C.
5.5 K Generator.
loaded, no smoke. no
pets. Ex. Cond.
S32.500. 334-714-4001
Champion '92 Travel
Trailer. roof air.
clean. Call $3000 OBO
2 8 597 1450,650-
394-7258 Jackson Cty


COLEMAN '76 Hard'Noah,
Top Camper. needs
repairs. stove 'sink
AC. Sleeps 6. awning.q
$750 334.232-4458




Dutchmen 40 ft.eeping Services Oee ces red ecialty serves
38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, For General S a Al STATE FARM AIAERLE nORITMAn
! TAJ ^ FIARM' ('' ~GEORGE'S
2 Slideouts, Loaded, HoUSe G"..'.sT. ll.
Like new.$20,250. or Office ... H..lr 'NUarmA -"- �.Auto
334-406-4555 Itt sofcleaa CleaningR . D', * c..INSURANCEAut o:.U-
Dutchmen '97 27r A or pCol Weather Call Debra r ,, 'I.,u'.l7SUA.CE-. Ri
5th Wheel Classic v Fs LIDA PFORTE HENRY K WILLIAMS --* Residentia...,
W/superslide. Perf. Iir5.,dnil Free L. -'' !P,,d.7 IwSUANCD APENCF I NC - - E YKiIL
cond. $6850 334-803-2 v ool Seal o !rriter s t Ed ates . IU AGENCY INC CPCU CLU CFwC, Agent C- ll For I.t
3397 or 334-701-0421 2. co....cisAi Ciea.,,n , miii u. v " S' b 4648'Highway 90 L'. rv i.o30 Years ih ustiess
FLEETWOOD'05. oftwiaos References ,: FL Marianna, FL 32446 GTrf_. Hs WePonaleBll
ProwlerAX6, 5th wh, .,,oaddi Available ..,,, 'f1 850-482-3425 850-482-8931 &.16P 2847 S. Jefferson St.
--Ah - Available' -K4 nt, ethn' S 8:,n 4451� S Marianna .
36ft, 4 slides, large - 2- 3 ..,. ,v.,.. .... keith.williams.iy9t@ 4451 LAF.r' Si i a "na
shower,30/0AMP. 334)797-1327 850-526-2336 .......... 86992-5333 n statefarmcom 850-482-2294 482-6542 m .,.
$30,000 OBO 334-695- 1m * ''
4995, 334-687-7862 Handyman Health s HealthServices IT' S AS Pr;nt;ng R P.iE.e 1 ;E Hm ImiveRoofisng ment
HLo'07 TravelTrail- Bulldozing Handymanicev Sesr (t""Q P,-" I T' SAS n n
er 27' Long. Exc Cond - - EASYAS
NADA Valued @$22K EASo nut ASntu , MARIANNA POLE-
334-792-7729 OpiateHeroin, 1-23 21 METAL BARN KITS
Jay Flight '09 by Etc?? suntit Propeties Swn youth Pbropertle
Jayco 22' Sleeps 5-6 Grader WE CAN HELPII 1. CALL . -,: FOR ALL YOULR FOR ALLYOLR ROOFING, INC. Locally Owned
No slide. Very clean. For Hire Csal*Naw Vision:1850-7L8-
Notso sldVryalea$i .3k -Grader.an..845.. REALESTATE REAL ESTATE
-889 Newvle Excavatork By The After Hours 850-526-2200 2. PLACE YOUR AD .-. " ENEEDS NEEDS -. ,11 al/Ri. MR|IANNA
Monta--a 03' 5thwh * DumpTruck Available 24/7 ,. * L.. ',.: .. Ouiaa Morris. CRS - M INN
Montana 03' . .Bulldozer Hour.Day New Vision is.aMedical De. 3. GET RESULTS *itr r DeobisRoneySmitn Broker/Ownei '.,,0 ,I,,, Tll
slides w/05'Chev. W tox unit.locatedaJakson - 50-56-4464 (850) 209-8039 (850) 526-2891 T1.1U ,S1S...... i CI
both under warr. Demolition or W eek Hospital Mariannae FL C Jc4lr)5 o- sCt. : H' 1 .... M,,r,,tl-,, i. , .. ' ,i,,,,,-,,,,
3950 3o850 WeAccep: nsurance Med HomeImprovement 0 544 '.....' 416,. '"' : .'. ia85,', ,8.;. I -*
39,500 334 a'347-4228 .* Debris Removal (850)557-6733 icaidm Medicar & Self Pay.uI.."... .".. .. ..
Outback 04' 29FBH-S * Retention Ponds All Calls are Confidenital HOME EPAIS "' ' *
all alum. structure, � Grading Coun te p H H OMEREPAIRS -
shuitc srtbwed -Site Prep I Cab ns BY Improvemen Home Improvementdn I|Hoe improvement BY Barber
sutpe /sde 5th whHOMEWORKS Homelmprovemel
$20,000 334-726-6594. Leveling le "BeC1nUtuipYicaoi moero IreH e Cml * S t ur LIP
'08, 28ft 5thawheel Cy Gravel e Shores of Iour Home" I Vfll Lmbrld *�anks fr, 'sae
camper, 3 slides , LLand Cleling, Inc. Cabinet Carpntir.'Pailinfting TBlldlS p Al * tLease
many extras, clean, Land Clearing n- FREE ESTIMATES IOT
sacrifice @ $29k 850- ALTIA, FIL Shop, LLC Intlon' NO JOBS OO SMALL PORTABLE BUILDING
593-5675 Since 1960 85c062-40 Spec i n ral Repirs *NO JOBS TOO SMALL PORTABLE BUILDINGS KMBERLY
Springdale5'06 Key-.10 Cell hO.8. All Woocd Custorni In iili,.r H l,,v h aflnmn aa"aL t PLEAS
stone tow trailer 18ft. WE OFFER COMPLETE ui C abnemls B hl: , E O S3.1. & Oner
dual axle like new, / Dt utB. -l C . \n LAIDRun mwim C.l,: c,, OK .r..�.I i n
many new lux. items i Lownmin.wPaiG & Countertop.. I FeBot h RAetIn' L r 2990 Dekle St.
$6,800.334-405-5651 -Js 20 329 48 8 i i Replacemneni c eanic , S n, ,i,,,,, , M, , . M.,,' MIananna, FL
SV wr,* Porches a Decks i _______ __I '"H "E"'" 32448
20 YE aiRr s EXF s L - :.. . .. ;. Electrical Service Walk In Siou ers 361h A, 90MiiiAu FL .1i091 Lalaieti. O., . r .. (850) 482-2050
eAuto&Cycle Call (8501)579-4428 -" -- .0 850-482-8682 oCfel-852-Si25 , e,-

B Auto&Cycle II I *lq - d Fitness Gurters HrBarber HarBarber Auto& Cycle
SvcServices stSerce
Supernicel2007 TService Work Lighthouse i .O.
5th wheel. 2-slide ' ServiceChange Outs ESSI Harut - Color ,, ,l ,
outs. Lg. rear LR SUMMERTIME, New Construction o Gutter ,,. .. 1 - r.dHighight
w /e n te rta in m e n t AIt/AC.- C l e aR LnL
center, cabinet, built A/C-SERVICE C 'D RK Remodels i'Ce n. . . 'ern - Wun RA .
in radio & dvd, ."_ur _r ... anrng Reds'
surround system, M . I FREE ESTIMATES our nac " ........... Ki W,,,,JIMMY PARRIS
dinnett/kitchenett, LiC, ER1 30144084,66 E Hy.9 * S ..... t Kii Wim.. JIMMY PARRISM
large bedroom. 1 IOHN ALLEN LiCERI304408 4WE ,.y. ,,., ,,,,,, KM s | S M ..
Private bath. Full i Pta|iiennii, i. 32!4i . t , -I- . .ai. M11,| Jsun EDN ilD
furnished. Only 2900Borden St. G *,,. . *Free Estimates 18501 482-$ri I L'89S) A- Ahe.e .... .
$25,000. 334-792-0010 A t . IA ,'ut Cic Auto& Cycle 850-526-2466 , , . '
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MotorHomes/Rs AC&Heating Cobb Front End RAHAL-MILLER Auto&Cycle Auto&Cycle- Auto &C'.cle Auto&Cycle . '-" L i .
03 Gullstream ultra Contractors and Tire Servicp H i Lt:i 'i.ll, ) '-ILL.. Services Services Services Services
mo BoLuaCke trrne RAHAL-MILLER RAHAL-MILLER RAHAL-MILLER RAHA -MILLER RAHAL-MILLER
2 slide outs, onan I . I i t HiE.' '.L[,iiE ,'M.. .I" �,-.ti ilO i -l ['ltLL,': H'EI-i ' t l. i L.II" ILL, . il:i -LEi .1I' C.1 li'tu .
generator, sleeps upTlR".LE
to 8 people, $38000 BODY SHOP RAHAL-MILLER RAHAL-MILLER RAHAL-MILLER RAHAL-MILLER CHIPOL FORD
Call 334-393-9315 .. .. ... ... . ... . r ::[i r ll i :ll.: o t.i e 1 21 L., i T,,._i
or763-0280 . ... . O ...
sAlle 4ftAnuto elci a. ., . 1 SERVICE LEROY IROYI BOONE BILLY BAXLEY CURTIS OGERS JOHN BRIJN
Allergo 94' 34 ft. Auto ROGERS ','U: D AR ET.... Si- M ''- i, I i.
satlte ant. electric ,upi 1-1 I' n.p ,. DEPARTM ENT s.. ..... 54a * ......... ..
leveling jacks, 58K \, ( n ,;L d - . .' , i ..i , * ".. . , r,". i..t. l it..
"mi. -4 $14,900. OBO Y u L - LI . ' 1ll IR,
334-301-3772 . lu. ,I ........ ..in .... " " "
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Motor home 30' t iD AC . Httr ng AC . & Heatng "s i a y a ..
Class C, sleeps 6 n ..., .. Contractors Contractors ...
Exc. shape, low miles TIREDOFHH GIVE USA RING.
Cno Motor Hcme. all today to place
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850-593-5103 wtsmhave ' "Progressing With n4242 L I2AYFTr ST 4242 LI,%YETTE ST 4242 Lrwc-rs ST 4242 LFA~, i. ' , classifleds.
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slides. V1n bath. OreF-Orc (850) 482 4043 Oic (850) 4824043 0 (850)482 1i1
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jir =;F 4-Z "" "l Kubota Tractor L2800 AND THENCE
5th '06 Fleetwood 2- 02 Mitsubishi eclipse Mercedes '73 450 SL HST with front end N88'19'22"E, 14687
slides, with 07' spyder, forest green, Convertible loader with box FEET TO THE WEST
Silverado 250 work GT convertible, 78K, (hard/soft top) blade &finishing SIDE OF NINTH
truck as package $7000.080 Call 334- $12,000 OBO 904-368- mower $17,500. STREET; THENCE
payoff $36,000 347-6023 or 334-447- 1153 Leave msY Call 334-774-7771 'N220'30E, ALONG
334-470-8454 1914MYama a VStar 1100cc Massey Fe HE WEST SIDE OF
334-470-8454 _ 1914 Mercedes 82' 380SL '06 HD Dyna Wide Hon a '06 CTX 1300 classic, earl white & model 35 wy Fe uson63 DODGE '99, 2500 RAM NINTH STREET 905.13
Keystone Cougar 01' 05 Monte Carlo LS, Corvette'81 93K ml. H/S tops Gllde-FXDWG. Black. CruiserLikeNew silver, Mustang seat, 35low. 50. quad cab, short bed, FEET TO THE STAR-
5th wh. 28 ft. slide- V6 auto runs and Automatic 350 chalk brown Like new. customs. 420806M1322 light bar, saddle O 33?445-1717 cy turbo diesel, 4wd ING POINT; THENCE
out, CH&A, micro- looks great, a must (Silver) sell as is PWRS/B, windows, 6600 ml. $12,900. 404- 334-806-1322bags, gar. kept like 334-70K, $7250. OBO, N2'2030EST SIDE OF
wave, TV, am/fm cd seell! $10,500. OBO 00 $5500. OBO ant.auto, AC, up- 578-1482 Jeff@ HONDA '06 Shadow, new. 5,000 mi. $5100. 334-774-6348 auto. 850-557-2711 NTHE WEST SIDE OF
radio, $10,000. see at Call 334-475-0084 graded sound system, truthinsong.com 2.8 miles, LIKE NEW, 334-696-5531 nights Tractor 00' Kubota Ford 01 F150 lariat H STREET 100.00
Alabama Wildwood 334-774-1915 car cover & top stor- $4,800, 229-334-8520 M-120 DT 4x4 w/ Ford 01'FISO lariat FE ET;T H E N C E
cam 99' Mercury Grand 5.4 liter, 154K mi 8739'30"E, 190.00
cam round i Marquis ted Corvette 88' Stingray age rack clean well 2u007 Suzuki e 5 ml ther 7E39T , T
4695 or 334-791-8363.edition" landuroof.134-791$ oi cords.$14,200. 334- and black, 9k miles, Honda '06 VTX1300 hrs. original tires seats, surer cab, au- ING POINT. SAID
leather, all power, $9800. 334-791 792-9789 great for cruising, 5970miles, saddle 50%, engine, fuel to trans 8000.417 PARCEL BEING IN
*RIVER CANYON '05 * keyless entry, tinted, Corvette 94' 85K mi. $4,500. 334-791-2277. bags, windshield, tanks ok. $13,500. or 93-7937THE NE 1/ OF THE SE
5th whl, 36', 3 Slides, See it is to love it. blue, original car like Mercedes96 S320, 09Yama R- yrs left on warranty trade for tractor. FORD '02 LARIAT OF SECTION 31,
very nice, queen bed, $8200. OBO new cond. $11,500. black, a/c, 154K, 1 2009Yamaa R6- custom seat, $5400 850-212-6964 F250 Diesel, Crew T7N, R9W.
Entertainment cen- Call 334-894-2134 OBO 334-618-9322 or , mnt cnd., Bught OBO. 334-393-6382 Tractor: D 4450 3K34i-9983 PARCEL
ter, fpl, Much More_! 334-596-1790 .firm., Bought new, barely - Tractor: JD 45_0 _ 1 mils P EL
Reduced to $22.(00! 334-4 , J '530 brokerin . Burra r ''or [. MSWD duals, cab, A LOT OR PARCEL OF
-79-8.anger m e.and O 0lla ih ' l n- '18Charm PS, $27,500. LAND HIN JACKSON
1e5oBle 0e20 E tFacto- ghoangr. t1.r. r.de. Clean Siglehr n 334-9956.0067. COUNTY. FLORIDA







egoiabryenrome wheels. 6 334-715251 tor. Thetire r 04 Jeep Wrangler X, Avail., Call 334-790- 0DSTREET; THENCE
Blue w/tan leather, miles 2 door, Like S. perl lauded. 34 79C pper46 m$15,900. Like ne (850)579 98,000UTILITYmirg trFEETO THESTAR-
SNo paint work, exterior, Charcoal in- 334-445-1666 or 334 web hics, 124ci colin.hightower@hot 20 condition.4.200. N2'20'30SCRIBED A FOL-
BMW '$16,90 0 terror, ABS, a/c, 369-8139. S& y custom - ma el.com con- (334)464-7573 TH LOWS: EGINNING
JET SKI09'VXCruis- 58 miles,. sale price , ' Gidi SCOOTERI uitEd ,itc.n. has S for 7E
r, approx 11 hrs. $o2.9P9.C$il 2Si Ac ls red. eCc. pain Minr Sccoer'08 years. Only used fr Forod 04 F-350 AT SOUTHEAST COR-
with trialer & acces - 334-61.7720 unningcond. 0rrpg. 1000mi.' 3000miles.5,500. Super DutyXLtruck, NER OF THE N/W 14
.Mercedes-Benz '03 $900 OBO 334-791-6955 auto, AC, 6 liter OF THE SE,1/4OFSEC-












sperfct$50000. 00 conv1b2la ck72041Km1. $all 347 9802337 HONDA7'7 CB dse4 e52915 H6ond1 aFORD'0T Exlo r e r." OF 1 E CTION 4316
33470-G-61C240.72 M hiter oed- garl leave message 00C Chroa l c lor War.334-445.60a2 Y powerstrokediesel, i TION 31, T7N, R9W
334-e$798-33520. DODGEr34Ddg ,e Ext.w'carnel leather m 10' flat bed, dual rear AND . .....THENCE
850-260-2625 G t. f, O er ke ru' nd looks 2WD, stan500334-701dard shift, wheels $11,500. Call N88'19'22"E, , 146.87
KtSe ppt. riaiitV er, hcps odrr l."-.2.Be0Mru2HBinew4315 ANY PERSON THE WEST














Blue 00m eu Adm 1c6000C3000ile4-4037465 CC 8ER964Town 4 d 156
27p 2a0 itrAnch F o Canger. $II.5wse45Pr "a " r',. tlesart9e in 0 er$995. otherEqup. st dr 334-464-31890 L SIDEa OF' NINTH
Sa araXr Aon r0 3 es.6 334-7-18 52591tory. The tire arev 04 Jeep Wrangler X Avail, Call 5 334-790- SRE; THENCE
spee n n r e Ford M Fncus 4 0 rdape. ov- softtop auto, 5628or334-688- 132 FORD '05 Fa50 LariatSer OFT'HE, E ALONG
SSporEye Catcher, selling N 08' Mama019 $8500 334n695-3744 nn tke AM/FM/CD, low 04X5,64500aded, Tan leather. THEWET SIDE OF
BMW '05,325 Sedan, to buy a boat. 12, 500 3K mi.. I owner 3.5 American IronHorse me bike vvih me. miles, new tires, Truck L easifg/Rent Excellent o dtion , NINTH STREET 805.13

Blue w/tan leather miles, 2 door,rLike SL. pearl white '06. e, Chopper 5100. $5900 $15900. (850)579 98000 m sesFE- TOABON GU-









nette that sdes out. New condition, Blue a warranty, ec. OBO 334-774-2521 400 63w/spider 50)66-12 0157 4 door,500 229-861- CLERK OF .CIRCUITHENCE
Queen bed. Moving 16 900 teor, ABS, a/c,t new3698139. S&S fully custom - mall.com88235 O 2714.229-309-1690 THE WEST SIDE OF
3346856233 aarm, am/fm, buck-7981768 or $16,900.0 zegarageshow NINTH STREET 100.00




















(334)300-1122 *^~ p 334-691-2987 Call 334-470-3292 7ie dpaeeson03 Honda 1962 Cl02 concession Trailer FORD 2005 Sport Trac BY: /s/Beverly
SFord 96Cadillac ow91 BrougVi cruise dr Toyota 07ver arba Low Sienna Vanmileage SUPER bike. 7950K, Must See X 57334-445-87930 E, 190.00










ey'HHR clean, new tires alrbag, exc. XLT, 1 own er, loaded Eagll e . k od Black O T, white. WANTED red two tone greyex Dputyer I
Collectors rare fine R, S PW; $32,200 dow .all Di 5rt 0 Bike 07' Honda d de LF15066 S
113K miles, driven (334)635-7831 Ron Ellis 714-0028 CRF70 ExcellentIT F ie LsmC EN G I
daily absolutely Pontiac G-6 GT 07' Condition $9$10 Eagle w/Cu mmings THE NE FLORIDA
perfect8 $5500 con: black 24Kml. all 334-798-233928/678 HONDAesel engine, 60001b. FORD07 Explorer OF SECTION 31,
0-43-97-028 r lhru bumleather loaded, gar. 8iftKcap.kowerS, god ru ort Trac, Limited, T7N, R9W.N ' .-...
























-- rof.f XM do.r 44k tires $15000u. Frm _Monster graphics prH. mrunN great, blue, 464 Auto. 54.b00 or CA
P850- 5oa2 oded, 4,000 e miles, Blazer L 11 500. 334-701-9213 V8, Fully Loaded, L ...

Corvette. Garage ta Porshe 86' red, sharp$1 $7,200334-355-0454 ans_ $21500334-687-468 ANY PERSON CLAIM-
kept, very good con- at d 4cy. - FORD 07'F150 Canyon 06 Extend Super ING AN INTEREST IN
edition. Customex- a on 4-405- Hary David7465sonCHRYSLER06 06 Town cab, 4x4;4dr 156K THE URPLUS76137FROM
Buddy ayre haust 24K. Asking $15000 Must loaded, only 65,00grey a/t $15500 Plaintiff,
2033407 9667 pWrag er s 798- 4346 0 m E e Toyotaon Prs4 Jea 4 & Country Van.' milesiles fully loaded l THl SALE, IF ANY,












2sm- ee. 3 b34-79aIeM G.TdI G d lowered, Vance9z& dsp an- T 1 O5A TES HAR N TUDESHE,
Sahara 4X4 Auto- $4100. 334-790-7959 miles, light blue in FATB Bl ke r Exc. 51Kseats.parlWhite,$16,900 PROPERT. T OWNER
matiC cLow 8mil3m,5K3e r' ,40 . silver, grey cloth 7, ac, power 3349500 65 136 334 685 0846 P N
CYC,$3kinxtras system, platinum olor good cond. 28actual miles, interior. New paint, n 334-6885154OF 0-2-7758 THE'DATE OF
Black/Gray ThoPrce Corvette convertible, drwhite , new tires, $10,000 b14500.334-596-4902 customized out of i . FORD07 F250 Supr THE, ASSIGNEE OFN














$70Gtires, 25K mi, 3rd wires etc.) $3500 f66K miles. Good n ieo . ADVANTA, a corpora-
$5750, details and Black, loaded, exc. to, leather sun roof Toyota '07 Camry Easy Rider, all air. stereo with i pod ChryslerV6 auto, yseats8gerX, Duty V-8 Cre s WTI A A
pic at cond., garage kept spoiler likenew 50K lke new, new tires, chrome-up SS carb jack. $3000 OBO. owe, am/f css. Tan, $30,000TETESALE.
nny6fd 2 msn.com/ $48,000.334-692-5624 . 10,500.334-389- no accidents, non- screaming eagle 334-886-33-26-383154,42 ew tirs NOW 8606334-695-0688 Auto
561-244-9447. Chevy 05' Impala tan 3071or 334-726-9500 smoker, 76K.$12,000. exhaustsystemMotor Scooter 4-798-913100 mi, leather, 334-714-2700 NOTICE O ACTION
portsme in color 68,200K m. 1 334-618-5019 $8,500334-695-3744 BMW '04 X5, 64,500 2832 DSL Crew Cab 50K SON County, Florida,
SLE Travel Trailer. oToyota 07 P 4ius, FZ Suzuki 5079' miles new tires miles, $29,500334 hIs 14th day of July,
22.5" in total length 4-door Black$7500850-526-5832. Blackner loaded, Ex. condi-, classic 3000K m cyl,, ew tres. owero t




























S25,985.r850-896-3774 334-692-4572 254-681-4802 50 te850-579-4694 2500HD 60K M 1. uDESHI. THE UN-
and UVW of 3844bs. or850-209-0202 ed, all power, sun- GPLimited backupcamera, 2 stroke scoot Springer, new, onyIFE 200 m ies, amily V t334-98-35 TUSHAR H. UDESHI














22.2411RE, Eng built by roof, air & heated Like New New tires, classic 3000K mi. Yamaha oyal Star Loaded $300 DownSept.W ae s 78
Easy to pull Over- JBL sound, tinttsgreat rangevery cleaexcn cond 2oonroof keyless Back $18,23,500 motorcycle. $300. 334-798-16Call Steve 18 ARE TI
sized U-shapd di- gas mileage, trans- street legal. $500. hausthyperchargertex7.. 334-677-6714 nMV6 fully loadedTTHRIE-gt-
nette that ides out. '89 Mustang 5.0 frable warranty, OBO. 334-774-2521 0 $19,500 OBO 229-861- CLERK OF. CIRCUIT






























or3347012548 hu ox pa~la^ - - 676 4 95. 435004-G7d-2e oet3 S21 5440,0a - Or36r3
Queen bd. Moving GT Runs Great $1800 new tires asking 774-2773 after 5mfor hard case saddle great cond $42714229-300 0918$2000.0 COURT THE14TH
and must sellOBO 334-798-1768 or $16,900. OBOay O 0001or334-726-4298 UDICALCIRCUITIN commence at theHnrCobb



































Softai du DA21,1p5 seub fN04 Convertible Buick k gooha Full suzu 97 * Rodeo COUNTYFOIDA SEC s of Section 20
(334)300-1122 334-691-2987 Call 334-470-3292 Harley Davidson 03' Honda 1962 C 102 'gray E NO:2008-390- 1' Wes
$9nFord 96Crown Vic Toyotaw7thiwni aVt n anniv. Screaming m dules. r toub r wh0.. 4kC JxLT9 57K, loaded, drk Hatcher

















$9,00.0 R TF 6own VSic To 3 07 8S in V0 n a nniain miles- . Blacki&n .t. WANTED red two tone grey, ex, D eputy Clerk
. te " clean, new tires, exc. XLT, 1lowner, loaded Eagle. Black & gold, Good Cond.,electricMotorWDrivan condition.r$17,800, -
Clea965ra cond 126K mi. with all extras, 1550cc 11,400KVery l miles OBO. Plese call$ 701.9292 CHEVY00 Silveradion JPMORGAN CHASE de rees 54 mi utes
A 'than d CLow Miley Corvete l3 o. 334-794-0385 garage kept Midget $2913,5000 334-6O5-380 334-73. 6 nt 3 M -F L0.4eathe. . 4X4.DA n266K miles. BANK.A Eit nth orthLF15066
All Autol!Beautiful o '03 Accord EX mes $16,500. 6328/334-793-6241 , Firm.ano.on(M-F L hn INTHE CIRCUIT
334ew Red, Au7920394to, Mirrored seats, loaded seat$650 5032 or 334-695-0912 Harley Davidson '04 HONDA'98 Valyrie Cnsdered Call CSICOURT line of said NTHE OUR -

















Firwal F ard Tops, 52K mi.New 334-693-2274 works. rig. paint Roadglide FLH, 40K, Tourcycle Opeer all original Auto 334-142700 Pla SE 50.0 feet to theJUDIC
FREqChevy '08 impala. 22k mi. $10400 Tooted Maney07991 pack, headsets, Trailer ho. 2 b Aie t 334o-687 3207v PoCIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
LICo0w est Brakes & Shocks. 334-714-9829 NEW 334334-684-2665623 Soara V-6 sport con- CD & CB, smokey asking r LLY GRICEET thence continueOBO
$200 down. $259 per Honda '07 Accord verible 48K mi. 6 yr. gold $10,500 OBO 334-693-5454 1 North .89 degrees 54
month. Call Ron Ellis Coupe EXL. Black 100K m. bumper to 334-798-2928/678 46992280 blc \ l . NOTICEOFALE then South 04 de-
4 -714-0028 wblGk leathMera, sun- -r 5 ,00 rd. 57K m. i chevyrun great, blue, 44 Aesto.$4.600 or CA




































Automobiles Misr.of $16,999 Call CSI Auto 794-2rd.44k- RMonKawa saki,9 er, new tires, hard & 2500 LT 8.1L V8 MPI NTCprHE BY sa o nd s5823
Chevy '71 El Caminor, mi. 4 c r.7. 41ti000 . Fr Nint ike N 20rce p $395080 . OBO Call reasonable offer 229-
Fleetwood'86,ft. 350Engine. 50 334 5.233 ARLEY DSON 575-921-595T r ast ab- Chevrolet0 P 334 4750084 3348520229296 GREEN TREE SERVIC-





































e Aoaw .AMU4ST co rdn Mada60r4r. 623porreers8s0po e L Ms sag JEEP 1998 Wranoeer CHAMf t*0H0 sure SlSn thceouth 8
Pace Arrow. 8 Este0- 594 w3282 eatshr Suzuki 07cond. loaded, 0 mes,8171 ING LLC,d 4250 North
or 334-464-5413 , ndw, 69K mi. pOdyss pesexc.cond.$4500 $7500.334-701-3 9754 e new 334-797-7984 Automatic, 4 cyl, Chevy 04Silverad spend ing in saiFreewayd N orth
Only 352-219-7370 $9Van. I owner Load- 3345855396 Harley Davidson '06 000ncudesall obo., 334-790-5137 blue 4-dr. Z71 good Courtle of 7 feet; thence
Buddy Sayre Autove, 24K. Asking $20695 00 1999 HD Fat BoH onl heritage Sotail, 650new tires & cond ngreyw parts, 334- whch s$15500 inPlant if01 degrees 13


















Pw/powertrim rebuilt transmission. Nsan'05 Altma 2.5 k, garage kep re to pantots of 34-14-4029 - aove. minutes 22 secondsill Dark
HWY 52 Geneva. Dolooks & runs great, S 321.k m482.7268 brakes, great condi- Chevy '03 Tahoe 334393-2184P/U sm. V- East 652.0 fe.et
334-684-9667ars & water p white w/andau roof. le newREDUCE Call 337-347-6023e4,000 miles, tion, 5k miles. $3500 162K m.1666 Fully loaded 8 3-sp., 67K orgnal vs.ntofBenn
$4,000. Chevy'76251-599 $1,200. mpla, 350 $10,9008504822994 3344471914 OBO or trade for Clean. Runs Great ch atthe North OGETHER WITH
small blockw/all 4DR Low Mile GLSTDI. Grey w/gray lowered, Vance& good sportsman 4- $500.33.794.35C TSHAR HT UDES
Jeep05 Wrangle new parts,lock engine, sareNice Car, $00 Down thr.'80 CJ7. iiesel,heated wheert K CHEVY-9287 S- Pick- 4445 HILL MOBIL HOME,
e ' an e n prt boc $300Umo. Call Steve se 4 7 Hines pipes.- w e -5 3465c 213 w S ,OHD , 139Kmiles, THER "' UNKNOWN








































S M RHarlo Davidson 98d suzukih08 GS R6 sidered. call cSS Auo Motor, New Tires, Florida 32446, atGAFLY05AB29818CH2
PS, AC, AT, Tilt W, CD flow master exhaust Hatcher 334-791-8243 8,034 2 r .... ' 328 btackg,4wd, SL 0 pack*, ,OUE an PAl
S Marageukept IKawasaki'09bKXF250.. a 4doLr. H. UDESHSO and PALI-
6 CYC, $3k in xtra system, platinum Volvo '07S40G0other b eDE co
MickeyThopson everything (plugs, white newtires, $10000 brot h new $1800 OBO runs 11:00 a.m., LLC, ASSIGNEE OF
tires, 25K m, 3rd wires etc.) $3500 66K mileraged s,Goodorce ood334-618-6211 12th da of August,



















DEH, Adult owned 850-209-7051 ding. Must Sell Lexus 08 GX470 50K 2010, te following Youare required to
$17,500 Show Cond. 334-791-2726 r in e80remisan & M. Good Cond. Lo Trades- onittenrec e.
334-684-2080Hmes26-3842mCalldCSIil Defenoants.
334-300-6112 ' Volvo 2005 S60 HARLEY DAVIDSON 334-126-3842 Chevy '05 Tao,
Jaguar '05 XJ8L Black w/Beige, 53K 07' FLSTSC Springer C ydson NOICE OF 0CTIONINGL
4-doo. Black. Owner loaded, exc. condi- classic 3000K m MojoMotor Scooter 49100 m 1864. leather offer229-334-8520 , PARTICULARLY DE Gree cl T





















dg Askii f t O $13,600., Blac $1300 ut05o 229-296-8171 SCBD AS FO 3 le200 Bast;t FoIe
p. 63 i n43g3in.9 8 Bl14,270058 s Bzuki-0 08M 3 Trailers-Tractors chevy191 Cherokee L :GMC'5 NG as om
Chevy77 Corvette 25985. 850-896-3774334-692-4572 254-681-4802 1650850r & Black 258-1638 Whitpickupe 80-79-4694 250gateHD 60K M. uDESHI. THE UN-











































Honda 04 Helix miles. Excellent con- ond01500 850-352-4724 NER OFTHE NW OF tion. and file the ori-
T-top, blk w/blk int. Lexus 06' GS300 load- VW '05 Beetle, HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTIVATED Chew '07 Trailblazer, Good Cord. $1.6500 KNOWN SPOUSE OF
Muscle Car 454 d, all power, sun- Limited Edition, 07'FLSTSC Spriger WIFE200 Nice Family SUV 334 OF SEC- a3578 with the clerk of
411RE, Eng built by roof, air & heated Like New. New tires, classic 3000K mkep. YamahaRoyal Star Loaded $300 Down ARE NOTI e
local auto perf. team. seats, very clean moonroof, keyless Black $13,500 BO motorcycle. $300 Mo. Call Steve CHEVROLET.'79 C-60 AND N -
Toyota 4WD95 SRS Ser. Inq. Only. Papers $23,400. 334-596-8789 entry, alarm. Under 254-681-4802 Model XVZ13CT, Hatcher 334-791-8243 dump truck 6 20Km l., Il a that been
Exc. Cond. Very relia Available. Estate LincoWarranty, $9,500. Hactin body style is
le vehicle. Dk. Green Sale . $14,50000Sat ureo l sre T w Call 334-655-0702 Harley Davidsone '08 boysgtnygle-
Electr a Glide Classic romaha'07 V-Star ve Ford '87 Bronco on new eng88 oks file922EAST 14ins ou
$6500334-671-1162 352-219-370 101,130 m $6,000 1100.type1.600 is RWD. 2-oor Dark BlueFE rough runs gWEST w be entered
Chevy 79 Impala 850-579-4467 after Classics&Antiques 0334-618-4430 - 4 cylinders, 35,000 Runs good, Good $2, 450. 334-701-9213t of.Flod ,
Cheblue box chevy 6pm 7Ip a.a3 .4684 miles. In great Condition$4500 - Chevrolet"89 Scotts-' LFI$9 . ... foreclose artai real
bl b h fy - condition. 334-792-1208 - dale, blue, auto, 126K -forop erty dered
Aviation $500. Call Hawk @ Lincoln '07 MKZ, 99 220S Mercies Features double 08 runs good, cold air, IN THE CIRCUIT ar doscrwbe
334-793-1034 t the heated Restore or use for hard case saddle great cond., $4200 $2000. OBO. 334-794- COURT OF THE 14TH
-. s e atherShide parts. bars,cigw a skOBO 850-526-2491 0001 or 334-726-4298 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Commence at the
airbags, 37k m, NA- control. Tires inCOUNTY, FLORIDA SE of Setion 20
DA $21,175 se for Convertibe Buick .good shape. Full Isuzu 91' Rodeo. Township 4 No1t h
id$17,900'850.814-0155 1971,Skylark yellow Harley Davidson"08 font windshield, rir e rSE NO: 2008-390- 'RangeT 11n s West of
'.,.Lincoln Congression- with white top, auto Ultra Classic Scream. double seat tour mt. auton',atlc trans. CA -Jackson County5' Flor-
Mooney 1965- al Town an03' 350,81Kmi, $9,500. iniq Eagle Anniversa - bike. Asking $9.500 6 cyl. $2000.OB0334. �e -H Ida, thence North 89
M20EDothane 142K mi. white w/ 256-282-6752 r. Ed. Very low miles OBO. Please call 701-9292 CHEVY '00dSiveraddo JPMORGAN CHASE degrees 54 minutes
Aiporthang d .Chevy 81'Corvette* tan leather top, MG`'77 Midget $29000 334.665-0380 334-7907386. .16) V g. 4'(4.246K mile.n.. BANK, N.A., East aln uthe orth
Nwro m Red, Auto, Mirrored seats, loaded $6500. Can be restored.Eng Harley Davidson 1986 - . fulloaded. ret~ubt line of said NE 1/4 of
New from Tops, 52K mi. New 334-693-2274 works. Orig. paint. FLTC w SOd car. Motorcycle Open trans, $7,500 OBO Plaintiff, SE 1/4 50.0 feet to the

R. iwed- Brakes&Shocks.t 334-714-9829 OBO 334-794-2665 or or Utiliy tr.3ile.r 17 10. A BILLY W. GRICNoEthence continue
possible way to Garage kept $13,500.k 334805.0810 L'te now. A-Frame NLCh en e ecniu
own a plane. OB 334-596-2376 Motorcycles Jack 2 mcto cnoc.. D n )minutes. 28-seconds

Magnum P Ferrari mid s50 K KH e,,c. 1072 ,:.r 334-699-2280 black, Xurlimtwtd 4 NOTICE OF SALE 'thence South 04 de-
308 GTS Mera, cond.$5.500.OBO dr. * 57Kmi. Iown. Chevy 04 Silverado NOTICE IS HEREBY grees 49 minutes 27
$16,999 Call CSI Auto 794-2665 334-805- Red Kawasaki 09' ar, new tires, hard & 2500 LT 8.1L V8 MPI GIVEN pursuant t seconds East, 582.33
334-671-7720 0810 Ninla Like New 250R soft top exc. cond. 8100 V84 WHEEL DR Order of Final Judg- North line of said
oe6Charger 87 C or 334-714-2700 HARLEY DAVIDSON w/ jacket 3,500. mi. $18,495. 334-333-4450 POWER EVERYTHING meant Scheduling State Road No. 276
Dodge 065ChargeCorvette DAVIDSON $3,995. 334-692-3211 VIMRANorthDin
22K, loaded, A MUST Cnt. 350 Mazda6r7' 4-dr. '04 Sportster 883 20031200 Sportster Leave Message JEEP 1998 Wrangler VM RADIO, 6 DISC Forclosure Sale en- thence- South 80 de-


Clean O ur rar tire, an tras, 'pi e..... 610 SportoClubcab V6, ,u"I uE O ,NIM. against you for the
'iUl Your . asking payoff of 0978 or 334-795-6101 automatic V6 STREET; THENCE relief demanded in
la n O ut Y u J JGar L $5900. 850.762- Gandy 4 row insect miles, Like New, NORTH 32'20'30", the complaint.
2071 718-5069 after cide applicator $7200. 334-790-7959 EAST ALONG THE
a T r t I eu4pm w/doubleboxes, for Dt WEST SIDEOF NINTH Dated this 23rd day
and the Itee Honda'05 GoldWing two chemicals Dodge '02Dakta STREET1005.13 FEET of July2010.
and h rn the Ite s You've RoadsmithTrikeKit. YAMAHA '08 R6 mounted on tool bar. Leather Int. uad cab TI THE STARTING
30th Any. Ed. CB, col - black / yellow. less Good condition. $300 Clean condo. Fully PQNT; THENCE DALE RABON GU-
or silver & Extras, then 650 miles. 229-758-3146 or 229- * auto. 334-693-3980 NORTH 02'20'30" THRIE
38K mi.$26,500 $7,900 or OBO. 400-5184 - EAST ALONG THW Clerk of the Circuit
F g t I t C h334-793-0177 334-805-3466 WEST SIDE OF NINTH Court
Haulmark Trailer/ STREET 100 FEET;,,
YAMAHA '08 V-star car hauler, 29ft, good THENCE SOITH By: Rachel Laramore
That old collection of clutter might not mean much to you Low miles! Le new! $41 hi included FEETTO THEEAST ST Deputy Clerk
Asking $2,695., Call 928-240-2333 ING POINT, SAID
anymore, but chances are someone out there would love it. By 334-693-5454 John Deer 0548 HP, Dodge 99'1500 V-8 L BEIN HE o
using the Classifieds, you'll make it easier for them to find, YAMAHA '08 V-star full wh. drive, front Magnum 193K mi. H/4 OF SECTION 31,
Hona'06,250 Reb 250, Burgund end loader, bushhog, A/T, A/C, P/steering, TOWNSHIP 7 NORTH, selyour
Great condition. Runs Low miles Li e new! finish mower, disk, crews, $3,500. RANGE 9 WEST.
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