A MEDIA GENERAL. NEWSPAPER
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER AND DAVID PALMER .
A community meeting about a proposed toll
road in this area is scheduled for next Tuesday in
the Cottondale civic center. The meeting will be
held from 7-9 p.m. and was organized by a group
of concerned citizens in the Cottondale area.
JCDC executive director Bill Stanton is expect-
ed to be there to field questions about the possibil-
ity, organizers said.
Dr. Meggs Woodham, who lives in Cottondale
and has a veterinarian office in Chipley, said he
expects to be at the meeting, too.
Woodham said he followed the issue when the
toll road was first discussed as a project slated to
run through Washington County.
After Washington County Commissioners nixed
the idea, Jackson County became a possible path.
A portion of the road was planned to pass through
Jackson County from the start, but the possibility
now exists that a much greater share would pass
through the county,
Bill Stanton, executive director of the Jacleon
County Development Council, has announced
favor for the project because of the potential it
would add to the county's ability to recruit certain
Stanton has visited with some local governing
bodies to discuss projects and the toll road.
Woodham said he's still concerned now that the
idea could affect his residential property, just as he
was when it was being discussed in his business
He said he expects to air his concerns at
Tuesday's meeting, and to hear those of his neigh-
bors and others members of the Cottondale com-
munity. < ,
Among his top concerns, he said are eminent
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BY KATE KER1\f
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
With metals selling for high
,., p!-so- at s.cy4p yards, even the
under carriag of your car isn't
safe from thieves looking to score
Both the Marianna, Police
Departmentand Jackson County
Sherrif's Office are investigating
( several complaints from residents
about the theft of catalytic con-
verters from their vehicles.
Catalytic converters are used to
decrease the toxicity of vehicular
They are also made of.metal,
and can contain precious nietals
such as platinum, rhodium and
palladium, making them an attrac-
tive target for metal thieves.
According to Marianna Police
Chief Hayes Baggett, his depart-
ment recently received a report
from a Marianna automotive
repair shop from which a catalytic s
poiwerter was stolen out of a vehi-
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Poplar Springs Road.
Commissioners also learned
Tuesday that improvements to
Peanut Road have been completed.
The Phase 3 improvements were
completed at a cost of $2,364,646,
with the project coming in $88,073
lower than expected.
Commissioners also decided
Tuesday to build wider sidewalks
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In addition to the CDBG
funds for water and sewer
improvements, road improve-
ment grants from the
Department of Transportation
are being sought and, if
approved, could add another
$910,000 to the public fund-
Paperwork. presented to the
board Tuesday indicates that
the company itself is kicking
in $25 million to improve and
equip the building.
The CDBG water and sewer
money is earmarked to install
12-inch water lines, rehabili-
tate an existing water well,
and add. a sewer lift station,
according, to paperwork from
the Department of Community
Affairs, which oversees the
By DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF Wines
A state grant of $750,000
has been set aside for Jackson
County to pay for water and
sewer improvements in the
Marianna Industrial Park to
make it ready for a new busi-
Jackson County commis-
sioners on Tuesday received
formal notification that the
Block Grant it had requested
had been approved.
A water bottling company
currently operating under the
code name Project Springs is
under contract to buy the old
Russell building in the indus-
The company is expected
to employ at least 30 people
immediately and to double its
workforce by year three of its
operation, according to Evan
McAllister, a representative of
The company is expected to
start advertising for employ-
ees soon under its code name.
Although these develop-
ments make it clear that the
company is seriously consid-
ering setting up shop in
Jackson County, according to.
Jackson County Development
Council Executive Director
Bill Stanton "it's not a done
Stanton would not release
the name of the company, say-
ing that it does not yet wish to
disclose that information and
is not prepared to announce it
is definitely coming here, he
This building is uncler contrac for s le oawtrbttigcmay -Mr kne
Some Cottondale residents are seeking more answers about the proposed toll road which they fear
wi negatively affect their business community Mark Skinner / Floridan
builders of the toll- road, would employ eminent
domain to obtain property m the path of whatever
route was decided ilpon if owners don't want to
sell, or may not want to sell at the price offered.
The noise that a toll road could generate in its
immediate vicinity, he said, was also concern.
Most of all, he said, too many questions went
unanswered during the Washington County talks,
and he said he wants more infonnation overall.
domain issues, noise, and the effect a toll road
could have on the business community of
With so many businesses strung out along U.S.
231, Woodham and others are afraid a toll road
might divert so much traffic from that corridor that
it would put them out of business in short order.
Woodham and many of his neighbors are also
concerned that the county, if it partners with the
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Preliminary work has begun on
Jackson County's plan to pave
Sylvania Plantation Road.
County Engineer -Larry Alvarez
said Tuesday at a meeting of the
Jackson County Commission that the
centerline has been established and
that work to mark the road's eleva-
tions is under way.
In other road-related news, county
commissioners agreed to use some of
the county's 1-cent gas sales tax
money to help pay for improvements
to Howell and Wintergreen roads.
State Department of
Transportation funds will take care of
most of the resurfacing costs, with
that agency approving $533,610 for
Howell Road and $1,503,691 for
Wintergreen. However, county staff
estimated it would take another
$300,000 to improve Howell to the
level desired and about $500,000
more for Wintergreen. The extra
money is needed to make improve-
ments not covered by the DOT fund-
Commissioners also hired Melvin
Engineering to provide construction
engineering and inspection services
on the Church Street improvement
project in Cypress. Melvin will be
paid $73,075 for the service, with the
money coming out of the county's
one-cent gas sales tax money.
Preliminary work is getting under way For the paying work on Sylvania
In a related matter, after they hired
Melvin for that job, Alvarez asked
commissioners whether they would
like to hire a CEI contractor on an
annual basis to handle all projects
that would be done in a given year, or
whether they would like to continue
hiring the work out on a case-by-case
basis. The board made no decision on
the matter. Several projects are
upcoming, meluding Wintergreen,
Mt. Tabor, Sylvania Plantation and
Mar Carol Murdock checks with a customer while makin a barbecue
san wich at the Northeast Jackson County O timist Club's third annual
Father's Day Boston Butt Sale. Money raisedPby the event oes to the
Craig R. Earnest Scholarship Fund. Mark Skmner / Flori an
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Cottondale plans meeting to discuss toll road
Preliminary work begins on
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MARIANNA POLICE .
The Marianna Police
Department listed the follow-
ing incidents for June
16, the latest availaHe
report: Four traffic .
accidents, one aban- -
doned vehicle, one
reckless driver, one '
suspicious vehicle, one
suspicious incident, .
three disturbances, one bur-
glar Alarm, two larceny com-
plaints, one found/abandoned
property report, one juvenile
complaint, four animal com-
plaints, three assists of other
agencies, nine public service
calls, two worthless checks,
12 warrants served, and one
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the fol-
lowing incidents for June 16,
the latest available report:
Three abandoned vehicles,
one alarm, two animal com-
plaints, two assists of other
agencies, two burglaries, one
child abuse complaint, three
civil disputes, three distur-
bances, three escorts, two
harassment complaints, one
three larceny com-
p plaints, five public
---"9" service calls, one retail
theft, one stolen vehi-
cle, three suspicious
mcidents, three traffic
accidents, 12 traffic
st s, ,tvio transports, and
e trespassing complaint(
The following persons were
booked into the county jail
during the latest available
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To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife viola-
tion, call 1-888-404-FWCC
state certified farmers market
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New Golden Key's Community
Flea Market starts at 7 a.m., at the
Golden Key Pavilion, 4080 Gillette
Lane. To reserve a free table, call
June 23 Monday
The Guardian ad Litem Programs
of Chipley and Marianna are seeking
strong, stable adults to serve as
Volunteer Advocates for abused and
neglected children. Training is free,
volunteer hours minimal. Volunteer
Advocate training in Marianna starts
today. Call 747-5180.
The Parkinson's Support Group
meets from 12 to 1 p.m., in the
Education Classroom, ground floor,
Jackson Hospital. Lunch provided;
no cost to attend. Open to anyone
Chipola College Summer II class-
es begin. Also, Late Registration for
Summer Session II is from 8 a.m. to
6 p.m. Call 718-2211.
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m., at Chipola Physical
Tlierapy. Call 526-4403.
June 24 Tuesday
Chipola College Late
Registration for Summer Session II
is from 8 a.m. to noon. Call 718-
. The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood .donations from 10
a.m. to 12 p.m., at the Department of
Revenue in Marianna; aild from 1
p.m. to 3 p.m., at Jackson CI in
Malone. Call 526-4403.
June 18 -- Wednesday
- The Jackson Hospital Board of
Trustees' board meeting is at 5:30
p.m., in the Community Room of the
Hudnall Building. .
New Golden Key Senior Citizen
Day is the third Wednesday of each
month, at. 4080 Gillette Lane,
Marianna.: Food, games and prizes
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.rm
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center's mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations from 7:30
a.m. to 1.30 p.m., at FCI in
Mariana. Call 526-4403.
June 19 --- Thursday
East Jackson County Economic
Development Council meets at 12
p.m., at the West Florida Electric
Cooperative office in Sneads. A light
lunch will be served.
The Southeinstern Community
Blood Center's.mobile unit will be
accepting blood donations from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m., at Sunland in
Marianna. Call 526-4403.
June 20 Friday
The Marianna Elks Lodge No.
1516 hosts a charity golf tournament
at Indian Springs Golf Course.
Registration begins at 10:30 a.m.;
tee off at 11:30 a.m. The three-man
scramble costs $60 per player.
Prizes will be awarded with the
major prize being a Dodge Quad
Cab pickup. Call Tom Sanson at
The former Lillie Blanks
Elementary School Reunion Banquet
starts at 6 p.m., in the Sneads
Community House / Log Cabin, Old
Spanish Trail, Sneads. All former
faculty, staff, students and other
interested persons are asked to
attend. Call (850) 593-6245.
Registration deadline is 5 p.m.,
today, for Little Zion Community
Association, Inc.'s Second Annual
Bike-A-Thon, which is set for June
28. Register at The Haircut Pad, or
call 482-8081 or 592-2368.
The Panhandle Area Drug and
Alcohol Abuse Prevention
Coalition's Dutch treat lunch meet-
ing is at 11:30 a.m., in Gazebo
Restaurant in Marianna. Those inter-
ested in substance abuse prevention
in Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson,
Liberty and Washington counties are
The Southeastern Community
Blood Center, 2503 Commercial
Park Dr., Marianna, hosts its Double
Impact Drive from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
at the center. Call 526-4403.
Grand Ridge Middle School
Sports Physical Day is at 1:30 p.m.,
at the Sneads High School Football
Field Citizens Field. Any Grand
Ridge Middle School student who
intends to participate in sports this
coming year can receive a physical
for $10. Pick up the FHSAA form
from Wanda Lewis .at the Grand
Ridge School office before Friday.
Forms will also be available at
June 21 Saturday
The Jackson County Health
Departnient's Closing the Gap pro-
gram and St. Joseph Lodj;e No. 99
sponsor the 2008 Men's Health
Summit: "A Call for Life Changing
Action," from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., at
the Marianna High School complex.
Call 594-6181, .594-6111 or 209-
The Jackson County Farmers
Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, from 6:30 a.m. until
all fresh produce is sold out. This
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The week of June 9-13 was "National Certified Nursing
Assistants Week" at Signature HealthCARE at the
Courtyard. C.N.A.s were presented t-shirts; treated to
homemade strawberry cake made by Quality of Life
tp fo tTe nder ;na rat ceht
of homemade lasagna, salad, garlic bread and blue-
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dip and punch. Contributed photos
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the university budget and visitors' spending
at FSU, our economic impact on the state
economy is estimated at $3.6 billion."
The loss of some 2,000 potential students
to enrollment limits will have a particularly
acute effect on the.local economy over the
coming year, Wetherell said.
"That's 2,000 students who won't be buy-
ing laptops from local computer stores; 2,000
students who won't be renting apartments;
2,000 students who won't be eating in
Tallahassee restaurants or shopping in our
malls," he said. "And then there are the par-
ents, grandparents, siblings and friends of
those 2,000 students who won't be coming to
Tallahassee to visit them and spend their own
money in the community. About 900,000 vis-
itors come to FSU each year, and they spend
more than $250 million. As you can see, state
funding cuts at FSU will have strong reper- .
cushions off campus as well."
The crits announced by the Board of
Trustees and the impact of the adjustments,
along with continued revenue shortfalls to
the university, could represent as much as a
$100-million loss to the local economy for
the 2008-09 academic year, Wetherell said.
"A revenue crisis that reduces jobs, local
purchasing and student enrollment can be
expected to have a significant impact on the
region's economy," he said. "State universi-
ties can be a tremendous.engine for generat-
ing economic growth, but they must be fund-
ed adequately in order for that to occur.
Otherwise, in a difficult economy, we all suf-
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
Local and state economies will feel the
pain as Florida State University implements
budget cuts forced by a $31-million loss in
state funding, warns FSU President T.K.
The university is dealing with several
recent rounds of state funding cuts by elimi-
nating more than 250 positions, limiting
enrollment by 2,000 students, cutting back
student services, and deferring campus main-
tenance and selected programs, FSU's Board
of Trustees voted on Friday, June 13. And
those painful cuts will reverberate well
beyond the classroom, Wetherell said.
"Whenever faculty positions are cut, for
example, one result is that new faculty mem-
bers don't move to town, don't buy houses,
don't spend their money in the community
and don't bring new jobs and revenues to
Florida through research contracts and
grants," Wetherell said. "The loss of these
jobs will have a devastating impact on local
tax rolls and the local economy."
Each FSU faculty position cut means the
loss of an average salary of $72,500, and
each staff position the loss of an average
salary of $32,400. Faculty and staff positions
made up approximately 47 percent of the
internal reductions FSU had to make.
"Our economists tell us that jobs.directly
and indirectly related to FSU total nearly 21
percent of employment m the Tallahassee
area," Wetherell said. "We generate 44,000
jobs statewide. Based on student spending,
Chipola College will offer a
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week: Slaughter cows and bulls
were steady, feeder steers and
heifers were steady.
Feeder Steers: Medium and
Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. 122.00-162.(30
400-500 lbs. 98.00-118.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium and
Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. 90.00-140.00
300-400 lbs. 92.00-106.00
400-500 lbs. 87.00-102.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean: 750-
85-90 percent 47.00-57.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade
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Covenant Hospice has announced its first annual Rack O'
To celebrate the country's freedom, Covenant Hospice will be
selling "Racks O' Ribs" to benefit the Marianna branch. The
ribs will be made available on July 3, in time for July Fourth cel-
ebrations/ There will be distribution locations throughout the
Covenant Hospice service area, for patrons to pick up their ribs.
A full slab of ribs can be purchased for $20 or two full slabs
To place an order, please contact Jennifer Griffin at 482-8520,
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Hospice's Marianna branch, which provides special care to
p isent and their loved ones in Jackson, Holmes, Calhoun and
As a not-for-profit organization, Covenant Hospice relies
heavily on fundraising events to fulfill its mission. A ribs pur-
chase will help the organization continue to "add life to days
when days can no longer be added to life."
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"I believe a few more were price on metals has gone up."
stolen there from a parts pile," Baggett said those who
said Baggettung commit the crime could face a
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tigating theuincident. "More than likely, the mon-
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received several similar com- the threshold and constitute
plaints involving automobiles grand theft. They're probably
at residences, according to looking at a third-degree
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carstitting in lots that may not the theft," said Baggett.
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3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446
Ja on;nherCbr er, Gr ory
maternal grandmother, Gayla
Krause of Marianna; and
paternal grandparents, Bobby
and Lois Jackson of
. Faith graduated from
kindergarten at Cottondale
-The funeral service will be
at 10 a.m., Thursday, June'19,
at the Piney Grove Baptist
Church, with the Rev. Jackie
Register officiating. Burial
will follow in Piney Grove
Baptist Church Cemetery,
with James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
direct ng.amily will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.,
Wednesday, at James & Sikes
, 20367 NW Evans Ave.
Blountstown, FL 32424
Delber Ann Peavy Downing
Mrs. Delber Ann Peavy
Downing, 56, of Marianna and
Blountstown, passed away
Monday, June 16, 2008, in
Marianna. Mrs. Downing was
born in Dothan, Ala., and had
lived in Jackson and Calhoun
counties all of her life. Debbie
was a homemaker and a mem-
ber of the Blountstown
Church of God in
Mrs. Downing was preced-
ed in death by her husband,
* Carlton Peavy; parents,
Merchel Williams and
Elizabeth Garrett Williams.
Survivors include: Husband,
Ronald Downing of Marianna;
two sons, David Peavy of
Blountstown; four brothers,
Ronnie Williams and his wife,
Jenny of Fountain, Donnie
Williams of Trenton, Ga.,
Merchel Williams and his
wife, Sissy of Altha, and
Robert Williams and his wife,
Wanda of Cherryville, Kan.;
two sisters, Pam Newsome
and her husband, Ronnie of
Altha, and Linda McCourt and
her husband, Larry of Altha;
adopted children, Greta and
Tim Jenks of Blountstown;
and three grandchildren,
Patrick, Cody and Aaron
Peavy, all of Blountstown.
The funeral service will be
held Thursday, June 19, at 10
a.m., in the Blountstown
Church of God in
Blountstown, with Sister Patsy
Folks and Brother Jimmy
Folks officiating. Interment
will follow in the Pine
Memorial Cemetery in
The family will receive
friends Wednesday, June 18,
from 6 to 8 p.m., at Peavy
Funeral Home. All arrange-
ments are under the direction
of Marlon Peavy at Peavy
Funeral Home in
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446
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Caverns Road near Marianna
High School. It will- cost
about $17,250 to make them
. six feet wide rather than five
feet wide. The money will
comp out of the funds already
dedicated to the project.
The contractor had offered
to make the sidewalks five feet
wide at a cost of $122,397.
Adding an extra foot for a lit-
t1e more than $17,000 kept the
project within the $139,646
already set aside for it through
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Gary Brock, 66, of
Marianna passed away
Tuesday, June 17, 20()8, in
He had been a
J ac kson
of his life, had
cU7ntAir rc and was of the
Baptist faith. Mr. Brock was a
friend to all who knew him.
He loved his family, was a
dedicated father and was
known as "Pop" to inany other
children in the neighborhood.
He enjoyed gospel music, the
Gather Family being his
favorite gospel group..
Mr. Brock was preceded in
death by his parents, Ernest
and Lola Brock; his son, .
William Kiley Brock; and his
Swearigeri and Dr. Willis F.
. Melvin Sr. -
Survivors include his son,
Wayne Brock and wife, Sheila
of Marianna; brother, Stan
Brock and wife, Paulette of
Orlando; sisters, Gloria
.. Melvin and Jo Ann.Swearigen
of Marianna, and Gail Lord
and husband, Leven of Ft.
Agenda Brock and Kaelyn
Reeves; and a host of nieces
and nephews. .
Services for Mr. Brock will
be Thursday, June 19, at 10
a.m., in the Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home, with the Rev.
Doug Bird officiating.-
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Cemetery. we ,
Asked to serv g pallbear-
TOIll&tO FOStiVRI ers are Sean branch, Jason
Carter, Shannon Carter,
Schedule Patrick Bryan, Rowdy Gilbert
and Chad Smith,
Wednesday, June 18 The family will receive
Citywide prayer service, 7 p.m. friends Wednesday, June 18,
Thursday, June 19 from 5 to 7 p.m., at the
Tomato buffet, 5 p.m. Marianna Chapel Funeral
Saturday, June 21 Home. -
Parade, 10 a.m. Expressions of sympathy
Park opens, 10:30 a.m. may be submitted online at
Ribbon cutting, 11 a.m. .www.manannachapelfh.com.
Live performances, noon Marianna Chapel Funeral
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Slocomb celebrating 20 year!
For the past 20 years, Slocomb has
been hailed as the "Tomato Capital of
the World." This Saturday, the local
community wants to prove why.
Saturday, June 21, the annual
Slocomb Tomato Festival at the
Slocomb Recreation Park, with gates
opening at 10:30 a.m., but the event
actually kicks off Wednesday, June 18,
with a citywide prayer service at the
Slocomb First Baptist Church at 7 p.m-
Thursday, June 19, beginning at 5
p.m., tomato lovers can enjoy an all-
you-can-eat buffet of nothing but toma-
toes at Zack's Restaurant, located
behind Main Street.
Zack's has been serving up fried
green tomatoes with a buffet for years
and will give the public a chance to
enjoy what locals have known all along
that Zack's has some of the best.
Saturday, the town plans a parade at
10 a.m. downtown. The parade will tray-
el to the park located at 375 E. Cox .St.
with a ribbon cutting scheduled for 11
Entertainment for the day includes
"Just-A-Few-Cats," a rock and blues
band that were backups for American
7 Idol winner Ruben Studdard.
With the music beginning at noon,
Tomatoes, tomatoes and more tomatoes
will star in the annual Slocomb Tomato
Festival Saturday, June 21, beginning with
a parade downtown at 10 a.m. The
Slocomb Recreation Park on Cox Street will
host the rest of the day's activities including
food, arts and crafts, entertainment and
plenty of tomato eating. Carole
the day of the tomato celebration.
Admission to the festival is $6 for
adults; $3 for ages 3-12; and ages two
and under are free.
For more information on the annual
event, call the Slocomb City Hall at
bluegrass by the Midway Connection,
jazz by Patrick Bruce and Tony Brook
will have a country kick along with the
Enterprise teen-age band, The Springs,
A tomato eating contest, food ven-
dors, arts and crafts and a variety of
children's activities are also planned for
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BY SHELIA MADER
The Marianna AAA All-Stars
continued their quest for a district
championship Monday night in
Marianna defeated South
Walton 10-4 to move one step
closer to a run at getting out of
district and heading to state.
diarianna struck first blood
with three runs in the first inning.
Garrison Melzer and Austin
Torbett led off with consecutive
Melzer stole third but Torbett
was out on a throw from the
catcher trying to steal second.
Melzer stole home on the throw
for the first run of the game.
Jake Daffin and Trent Charles
walked to set the stage for Cade
Bonds two run single. Bonds was
out at second on a fielder's choice
by Matthew Shouse and the final
out came on a strikeout.
Jake Daffin took the mound for
the Marianna All-Stars and retired
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Marianna's Marcus Sutton puts up a
lumper during a game from the 2007-
08 Bulldogs season. Sutton signed
Monday at Marianna High School to
play basketball for Divisiori-ll Warner
Southern. Floridan File Photo
more deserving than Marcus Sutton.
He is a really good individual with a
great work ethic.
"I couldn't pick a finer person to
coach: I'm just proud for him."
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Marianna and Liberty Couny play volleyball during a summer game in
Jordan Zielenski took advantage of
her serve to give the Lady Bulldogs
a 5-4 lead.
Haden Searcy tied the game at six
during her serve with Courtney
Massengill making a dig to rob the -
Lady Wildcats of a point.
Stephanie Padgett picked up four
service points to stretch the lead to
- Jalissa Montgomery picked up
two service points to make it a 20-
Shelby Roberts picked up an
assist with Courtney Broome vol-
leying over the net to save a point.
With a little over five minutes
left, the Lady Bulldogs increased
their lead to 22-17 and held on to
take a 25-19 victory.
Games continue each Monday
with first game scheduled for 5 p.m.
Game one was 25-20 Sneads with
Altha bouncing back to take game
two 20-25. Game three was a 25-15
victory for Sneads.
In the final game, Christopher pit-
ted her very young rising ninth-
grade team against Altha for the
team's first match of their short
Altha took two of the three games
but it was Marianna who rallied in
the third game to take the'victory.
Game one was Altha 25-16 with
the Lady Wildcats handing the Lady
Bulldogs a 25-8 defeat in game two.
Ariel Folsom led the Lady
Wildcats in the first two games with
service points, completing as many
as nine consecutive service points.
Marianna rallied in game three to
keep the game close. Trailing 3-4,
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By DUSTIN KENT
.FLORIDAN SPORTs EDITOR
Marianna basketball player Marcus
Sutton will continue his basketball
career next season at Division-II
Warner-Southern in Lake Wells, Fla.
The 5-foot-9-inch guard signed his
letter-of-intent Monday at Marianna
Sutton averaged six points, three
rebounds two assists and shot 90 per-
cent from the .foul line in his senior
season with the Bulldogs.
Marianna coach Travis Blanton
said that he was overjoyed that
Sutton was getting, the opportunity to
play college basketball.
"Marcus worked real hard to get
himself there," the coach said: "I'm
really excited for him becauseshe put
a lot of time and effort into.this thing.
"It's a big day for the Sutton fami-
ly and another big day for Marianna
Blant;on said Sutton's character had
. to have been a big factor in Warner-
Southern's decision to offer a schol-
"They've got to be in the business
of taking good people if they took
Marcus," the coach said. "Nobody is
Snead s, M HS
BY SHELIA MADER
The summer Marianna High
School volleyball program contin-
ued last night with seven teams par-
ticipating in a total of six matches.
In the first match it was Sneads
and Liberty County going head to
Sneads took all three games with
game one a 25-16 victory while
game two was 25-22.
Game three ended when time ran
out with Sneads taking a 24-13 vic-
tory over Blountstown.
In the second match, it was
Marianna and Liberty County tak-
ing the court.
Marianna proved hours and hours
pay off as they handed the visitors
three straight losses. Game one was
a 25-20 win with game two a run-
away at 25-7. .Game three pnded
with Marianna on top 25-16.
In match three, the Team Two
Marianna team hbid their on against
Blountstown with Teain Two being
made up of rising 10th-graders.
Blountstown took all three games,
25-19, 25-21 and 25-14. .
MHS coach Belinda Christopher
challenged Team Two in the fourth
match, of the night, pitting them
against their senior members of
Teitm One took all three games in
the match but Team Two never quit
until the final tick of the clock.
In the fifth match, it was Altha
taking on Sneads with the Lady
Pirates taking two of the three
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Quarterback Club will hod
a golf tournament Saturday
at Cavern's Golf Course
with an 8 a.m., shotgun
start. The format will be
three-person scramble and
the cost will be $60 with an
option for mulligans.
Hotdogs and hamburgers
will be provided for lunch
after the round. The money
raised from the tournament
allows the quarterback to
continue its long standing
support of Marianna High
School football. For more
information, contact Rex
Torbett at 850-718-2525. -
Grand Ridge Middle
Grand Ridge Middle
School students hopmg to
participate in athletics for
the coming ear can have
d Oe f tbaIc a
Physical cost $10 and-
forms can be picked up at
Chipola baseball Coach
Jeff Johnson will offer a
w cChan f etsor
and Thursday. Cost is $10
The camp will meet from 9
a.m. to noon. Call 718-
Chipola Softball Camps
* Chipola Softball Coach
Belinda Hendrix will offer
several camps. Softball
Skills Camps for ages 5-12
will meet June 25-26, from
9 a.m. to noon. Cost is
$100. Softball Skills Camps
for ages 13 and up ivill meet
June 25-26, from 2 p.m. to 5
p.m. Cost is $100. Softball
Night Camp will meet June
23 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Cost is $20 per night. Call
Swimming lessons will
be offered for ages four and
up. Lessons are based on a
combination of nationally-
The following sessions
are scheduled: June 16-26;
Session 3: July 14-24; and
Session 4: Aug. 4-14.
Classes are available at 9
a.m., 10 a.m. or 7 p.m.
Sessions are Monday
through Thursday for two
weeks of 45-mmute les-
sons. Cost is $45 and pre-
registration is required,
with a $5 late registration
fee. An Adult swunnung
class will meet June 30-July
3, 10 a.m. or 7 p.m. Cost is
$40. Infant and Preschool
Swimming lessons for chil-
dren 3 and under will meet
July 7-10 and July 28-31
with classes available at 10
a.m. and 7 p.m. Cost is $30.
For information, call pool
manager Rance Massengill
CABA World SerIes
The 2008 CABA 18U
aluminum bat World Senes
will be held July 27 through
Aug. 3 at the Cene Park
baseball complex in
Struthers, Ohio. Teams can
register for the World Series
If you need more infor-
mation, contact Ken Quinn
Send all sports items to
or fax them to 482-4478.
The mailing address for the
paper is Jackson County
Floridan P.O. Box 520
Marianna, Fla. 32447.
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the side in order in the bottom
of the third inning with two
strikeouts and a fly out to first.
Marianna added two runs in
the second inning.
Jared Hendrix led off with a
single and with one out,
scored on a double by Justin
With two outs, Aaron
Williams walked followed by
Crosby scoring on a wild
Daffin allowed one walk
while fanning three to keep
the South Walton All-Stars
scoreless in the second inning.
. At the end of two complete
innings Marianna led 5-0.
Marianna added two runs in
the third inning.
Torbett led things off with a
walk but was out at second on
a fielder's choice by Daffin.
With two outs, Bonds and
House both drew walks.
Hunter Eddins doubled home
Crosby took the mound for
Marianna in the bottom of the
South Walton picked up two
runs on four walks and one hit
batsman before Hendrix was
brought in to get Marianna out
of the inning.
With just two pitches,
Hendrix fielded a line drive
back to the mound to end the
inning with the game at 7-2.
Marianna answered with
two rugs in the top of the
Melzer singled and scored
when Torbett took advantage
of an error at third to reach
Marianna added its last run
in the fifth inning. With one
out, Crosby singled and took
second on an error,
Melzer drew a walk with
Crosby stealing home before a
ground out to short ended the
Hendrix continued on the
mound for Marianna in the
A lead-off single went for
nil as a throw from Daffin
behind the plate to Charles at
second to nail the runner on an
With two outs, an error
allowed a base runner but
again it was Daffin and
Charles tag-teaming to get the
runner at second to end the
inning with no runs crossing
Charles singled in the top of
the sixth with one out and
House drew a walk with two
outs. Maxx Harrell took one
for the team but a strikeout
ended the inning with the
Harrell took the mound for
the final inning for Marianna.
Consecutive walks led
things off but a fielder's
choice back to the mound got
the lead runner at third.
An error at first scored one
and an error in left field
allowed the final run to score
before Harrell fanned two to
end the inning.
Marianna was scheduled to
take on undefeated Chipley
Tuesday night in Chipley with
an 8 p.m. start time.
Results of that game were
not available at press time.
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eletrnis o iv wthCal34-14020. 35ft. Class Adesign- new tires, cold A/C orrusget JAKO C UNY LRI N
the boat Seekinger.V-1 2917K(2 ,58,000 miles, 21-23mpg, la.4 0.0 0
soeoe otae vr ilri 05St hel 0 slides 2 ~r V 's 't 4000 OBO 334-714- (34761 5
a/0ments.sid 22-2- -orprsieeuc ebmae.e alyDvdo 0 395Q or 334-618-1886. Fr 05Msag h N E P I EL D E
vey ea, 1,70.Cal Tires,Towingpack. cemn aleVOCdla '96 Fleetwood, eue edto 8
Maqus 77w/99 rbult 33-41-58*age.Truckfo e,7 r arny Broutgham Edition, 22" mlsrm iig w r
r P htrindrlin3m utac 0631RS oa. t wng 934600 M0eo al34 ri s,an4Nd070K 4t031 exe 2ud. edt HED TA PORS
obo.334-475-327246 e 1690 00 34 Call(334)379-P51180 B
Leed '04 Bass Boat. a o a ra 1, hrtg ottipalCdla 9 Ioao n 2 i we,$00
22 eruylw hor, ah 04St helM- Cas ,1528K C, w itltso crme ie edssmew r. il rde al 3-62
yellow, mint cond., 2-3 ldipe- Lsieu~xcn. eta sas 1,0 oy ad itro n 82
$13,500, (334) 790-1350 vc t a 3 B lae346304 tao3~l49 ,0 od'5ConVcoinO EIuA sR N W
Javelin '94' Bass boat veaoaalbefrt-Harley-Davidson 2001 LD -r uo 2
377A 150 fast strike, ta rvlpcae e' isra 33 t esl 883 sportster hugger, Camper Top for F-350 Ford, m.nw pit& vn
trailer. $4750 334-596- dics rc.3471 400 i x.cn. excellent condition low $603437015o 34- t .$89 34 87
1694 4315 $ 25.000 334-792-1079. miles. 334-693-05408075816.g
.isa '0'XtrqS, I Ford 2000 Conversion, ..,
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Dode 06 am Sive, MC 07550 Desl, ll- Cev '1 Tho LT l~kDodge '01 Grand Clrrav.:n Pontiac'06 Montana SV6 A ta A
Aut.6c l.WD.3k so, cuie, il, ar, 1 .. ur r s. r~ :4.3rea ar. I rma a.ES, red, Van. Auto 6 GMC '01 Safari Van V6 50Kmi. powerdoor, g lg g l
Powr terCD AC, ft.Weten auerBe wa. ~a d ra I. la:5 T n, ..il .:nhang- cl WD. 120,000 SLT- Estate Sale- $4999. rear air, DVD,$915,500
Lik n w.C st Ex w/ Rhno.Goseeck AL Dsse nw [r.-, .5 s ~jrar1, $?50 .,, ilsLoaded, Poweir 88,000 miles. Forest 334-899-7520 or
haut.ed ovrai- 30 5h W ee, 2K i. ra:1 arnt, 50 5til al 3.1 43-70-803brakes, Power i1serlnce Green & Tan. Running 347181.*
Is.ootRal $8k334 n trde, $7K Cal 00 .8 5n64-2 r L :4420-r~l0CD, A/C, AM/FMI. ite illi Boards. Very Clean. Ev- h A as a
790-4509.o (302)545-115 reo9, runs wel, lge~at:her Ford '86 E-150 8 passen- erything works. Runs g),
Cr~~~~~~~~~~ew,13437-4 Got~~u Twar.:.. LT ..5 .h:.itsr.. weit er la, 620 great. Call Linda in
FoC I 8Sco~to o, GM~w ab98 ra a t. v~n\fn I~e. ,ourel...;&~gro Cal334347-496.rt u wagn~p ee, h celor t 33-39- Smrtshpperknowbou
1850 Loaded! $30,0100. Call guard. $9,950. 334-793-1 Nissan '065 Murano. Ex- T oa'44Rne R brakes, Power steering, #I nhidewihi
334-714-0210. 9130 or205-907-0861 cellent condition. Gla- Tooyiler ex4cun. con.67 Ford '00 Windstar LX, all A/nCs, uiltaiengie The Best nets telsiidae.nh
GMC'07DurmaxDiselChey '3 raiblaer T ,00ecarjt k 0 i. lecr icx. Leath7Ker, c icr, golderw/ beg $3,50 or bo. Call 334- are found Clsiesyocnrc
7M'7K90rmax i.e or$38.3530 Trac bal. dr LT 237700 fortc more de$p805e~r, w1 9 nty codl, 04995, Call (334) 699-5601. ja (jit k3'mbu dow dalsoneveytin
726-2767. price- $36,000, asking CR~fe d ota otn v O. fonikltialr.f
GMC '0 Serr SE 17.200 3343331685 T YTA u]04 S D 74. G C 199 Sfar ouam lt. Dar Blue,0 La euo eayolaendoin
Extended Cab. Gray. All D.:.dge II1 Dur~ange: Bu e. D lat.rr Air, Very clean, Exc- Classified Has it..* Power bakes, Power telrsown~ni'
power! Excellent gunO,. luV Auto, 8:vivr len ralcl cond.. 118K mi. $3.500. Raesisteering, CD, A/C* e unrdo
codiio. 3k i. 2 D i~l)800.L:aded.o l5o3-11et 346774/8335 AM/FM, stereo low u byae
$8000. 334-791-3081. rn el r h n RESULTSI!! miles, new tires, leath, hpe-vrdy
GM8k 'd S ac,1,@ dd, 1000080 -.- - Ni~s n '4 Qus.Whi C M~theM re nt.d vr lean -5k4 oarou at
dM'6Serwroty $21,500. Call 1j 0Iae 33 wan nd,. la r,,,. L ranty, DVD Ent. System, 7758 0r 850-209-0787.
Ford Custom-built '85 334.1s? ?30 air, as ?Fg Gr eer.. Mllnlv n. 49k Heated Seats. Auto Pontiac '01 Montana.
1 ton tow truck Icad. Nli an Patter~mier ?I.!4 Chess'i~ 88 rgo1 van 109Ki mass. Lieaded. neW S.de Doolr ,and Rar cleanl. good co~nditijn
$8,500, Call 791-81-95 mil r lull ledd ie ..,,.1 Needs, him tues I.5 334-724- ca 845.80s:1. 7994~85 PRICf D TO SELL, rrar j.r 54.500) 334-299
or 334-794-2426 naiann.r r ne .r n:l. Ed- 1ng 3j34 393 55 2791. $4.95. 334 7091044. 3378 0r 334 618-]0 1 )7-5
camers.' gra, nt o i I4..:l~ 0.6 Bau 24
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bar.)r.Mr~rdr la 7.. l.:.yr; r V 8.1Cj15 r. lun
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new.0 $3490. C all n a
334-684-6291. Naa 4 Tua r
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Ford '99 F-350. Enclosea to~.. 8.:vl. 4 Wi, i.=rol. Fo~rd 44 E~p. i ll.:i. .'
service truck. $800 Ladd A nw dd a, r Ra 2r
Call 334-774-87%3~11 Lr ng jr..t. Carl 334. 333 3rd seal 54 V Lrj,r.
797-5130. h,7r, E..:. r....red CO) .:nanger '
/ Ninnk cab Leahe Ford '98 Ex edition Eaale .
o v e 3 41~ 5 Fr~io~ sa,843 0. 63 0.3 AC/Heating Construction Fencing I I Homo ent C
19,00m 49.0 34- 00 mi 000 *Barbed ir *Pon Constuction: ~e~
308-9010m rIv m ss 34 Ford '07 Exploer Edi i en 4.(64 S il Rod ul
Bau07.er, V6, 3r rowly seat 4F nd8t
0582l~nB pg P~ ~~ Ford '04 Explorer. V-8i 34Kruton L
Ford '9 F25. 0 mile s miuc hNeG Ba e ytir 9 sm itac usens#CC083 Ne Hoe 5trignd Ce
Ask00 in $1,5.00. Call botom Int Grey~qF manyb Ucnedisue DCApprve Cosrut
94 -28-9 1128 Toy ta ~ '0 ac m re- 0 r x~as e $15,500 334- (850)r 57: -1 80 reme
runner ext. cb, brus Deat IFery &siiae Set-up (withinoad B
Foti as, g15 tx pe.e 2 sn Robinson some aal o.,
asoed K&Nelair ci lR22140 eChaine leink Fil'810 La oned
Foece021e cD kdmie u evs4 da For91-57 loI~O rll~dn Taoo oj PReCf SeIspcinlo* A
Forer exc cond. 50 174Ks mi. 22,90 miy Tw/ Pack- TF'.1(~]~~
STyota'99b T~aco a aPtX4 Cxtall 81,5 334-7211.NCCetfdLoalOwd
withs matching AR .ha45,.e. gZ1 Ro .eivr dreating (wAr.
topb~gurder.o 4o WD. Cr wCpln, C
stereo,~~~~~~ID lo ils u : 7 anvr i)-
leather~* int.~in very ownerrt 2WDr 6 yl, i 200GCUKN1
new.a'O $31,500 Call 18,000& mi.ing $22,50 neg.,r l er On-Star; sunoof I b 4XGe $495s
504I e e4-6 Othglscb Lic# RM4166 Ofve 2O lete Kic fYu oe vr3 YasEprec! 61/ 2
0 OBO call 850-209- Otshf0il Serv cesk Instralaonse Clumpse Futrsalti trnuad-Sedsoours
Remodels Geea Repair DiscountCnohenucal
BlackS~t Leahe sets CsomAlmiu
2watFrom utshhanG ar I rdcsBctia nryEvlainHPP OERoig etFrLs
C ar ~ l a c oe ~ e r,/ V n y E Suc Kl am 4 x4 C allin 3 3 -6 5 4 6 S c re e n E n c o s re 1ri c e S T o U p D a eC a nc i n WA10ieid s
For'O F-15" 7",? mios sngb'ovr Tiveto Pantng Tile, Junked 25a arix in
Fqred le50, VSAudtln hadt Ch role rhre 99S1 Blazer,. Y6 r~el rffB~o 850-86-170 Entmer D rvsecice Pc-pAalbl nf ,I
408Wite Aute. 8ht ,fIl 3500.33d-77d leda NOpe JOB9 TO- SMALLLocaly Mnufature
dneD Itd crb. r 27 opd CC5Exloer3 XLT :I Bl iec Sulatcei lo n Sric ams& o
euns are.. n74 .i .291 Tree &o CraneF: it
a. CLASSIF EDS61-21 $5513 080co. C 33d Dze Fooin
Jeepne 01 S1neroyr .. Pressur Wasin Ct--EdVikey
F..rd '07F 150.5..5 701 39-a 24 7 W e kr 80)29851 liarNA Oil iia 00ig
.,f noa no s. Wni .es). a90) noD jj (L Sevc OVCIl."ontWseYu adnSa
wit 81.:atchern admaE, CCD? 85prayFO&DI1 >> g g SE
Cn (ab,. n 15,n0 2900 Bordeng; StL. *oean suto reueMineSige. 805476
oo ~~~~Mae a 3oel C oea enNJ o g25 xavag&tion Work~h Repair an ero, Genod
Z71 blc new 35 en. Service *Pl ond-clr in*amlesevc
sSEL!3443-352 Jeep '05es Rubico 'O 'jn!r SPI Spray Foam *Mowing
ane~y~ 83,0.arny XL eahr 8,500r Viles laue L eth G T3 Rllillatl00 I~KEeedPPditing
cld, poer door locks drich, AW Teri tires, New Constructio & Si 97 Egng, p1
3ial oers/s K 12250 00. Je(334)69-8668, 803-591000 Move/ Ou laig g|5,flil08 edeTi mn 8B VI
Fo0-5ab 151r VLT8,Su7-321DV inside,60, Carra334) Ovrieralo 15 Year experience HANDYMANl SEYIE Fa~sprireplESS Cleanu TLa 18X2 ,5, I 5)(/6$5
bed~~~~~~~~ linerriar be etndrCEVOLT' THE re stmae
Bui42c 600 6anr 00 334- 1D'00 NQ3,0BOA11 0-EW RK 5-X3 89980 1 ane/ S
F rD 06 F250 XLaT, 4WD, 334-684-6291 SOn lav esaglev Cmncrete D Ctallrs *Dorscg Cleartifian Lawn Care0 d640 nlse X~r$
erse uad 03 W ite 68K Cherole '2 Tril bl, azrer encuta-smne apo 8 0 2 9 5 7
mile. $20.C1 1961 OBO a. L Ioaded, 4WD, 90KLaR IO BIofY u Chisalni0we Onn.'Ee Lu xal P~
54o, lall34-L 632250. Su- 1 bi 2j 6 sG d 30Re~1nics80305(edl ae Fbrlsusnta.A~ SCX2/ 1401
4ord Dxu ,abV0,m Ches '0 vaach C,, swa Ne liames, ommeril Hometylant
tie,8"20 OB l ft, 105k ml*nnu peps terrs Truck Auto.50 y 1650 3474 Adtos& ears .uler reUroa*Srb MSR
e8 3n 40 2 i9500Por216fePMSlbSHEReOCKHANGING Trtmng*Mulch Self
Ford ~~umero '07 15 uece ..$20, 3-9-$75023626700. Qgdl .Tond4 RE ETIATS
aRrof ble0 Home;, uldoe
~~li~~3 Chrome BrusK P Eur, Pout letia ~eB
Larria't !4X4 white sad Jep I., le'9!W~rangler Sport, 4 fdidiffols Car~nl QlidLITYr~ WORKLW ~ tn *cyIMotr e
8o~or~i /d n e~a r ter ,l40. O Iw clothLicensed & InsuredBilOnYrLo *Delton #fg *Py1MthGt
be c 500 FM/ 5.50. GI(850) 573-180 YourPlad or ourdl D isRenma s CuntJ.tin/dging 2nbd Month FREE
Ford '91 XLT. Runs Body Jep'4WanlrSot ... 5 doooRemodeling*Gang TmmgBlwg .
dbod,1rdob":1~ boneC d1 Id.3~ ";,104 KO 13,4-820 I OHOSe Entertaimneiit: 850-693-09681 Site Prep I Tree PrInillg : CT;i ,
3141. No cjlls ancr 9PM ,, 1..," 11 850-579-4205 *LelngTeRmoa
Ford'04 XLT Super Caeb, h lzr'1 ht Land-Rover '99 Ran lel I LU ncrete:II~nr~ '"flattloly.Prendr nt/CI:o .ToSo*FiDrtflg
towing pkg., bed lnrAT -cI4D 13kPB Rover HSE 4.6, fu y Lic cGC15018216 Yr lau
tool box ,53K miles, S ,AC MFM loaded, 95K mi., $9,900, 3 er xeine*Gae alFrAFe siae hc u u lrd
$15,000, Ca'll (334) 794-1 sunroof, $6500, 334-1 Call (334)797-0768 HueSas*Ln laigCr~idulig.r
0751 7307.'E i ae ieXWd or.Ol
Ford '0 7 XLT 250Cey20Bae x X exK' .3 iis Dieas ieak Sca vnsSn e1 6 ud nJcsnCut
Supercab 4x4 Diesel. 9km. d. uo ul ht P 00BfS edn eetol uln ahnl nepie prw yD~
Maroon and ge.6,000 lae l wwie 2,0 3-0-00o
mi. Gooseneck beyall in ne trsvr cla. 347150.Fa iyRu osDlmpe-p
bed Ex cellent $50000 34-8-*ate*Cuslcedaeed
3odtin 2028,000. Call 908r7325Mtuih 9 M n-*eohlrn arir o!TdWHIp
Chv '6 T ho T eo p r, x o3l-u9netinetII2ilillhi.
Tallahassee Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Clinic
will now be known as:
Marianna Orthopedic Clinic
and Sports Medicine
Orthopedic care provided by the following physicians,
physician assistants, & nurse practitioner of
Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic
David Bellamy, MD Tom Haney, MD
Steve Jordan, MD Gary Rolle, MD
Mike Nuccio, PA-C Mel Gaston PA-C
Judi Bosse, ARNP
Marianna, FL 32446
For an appointment call
"The Team Behind the Team"
PACK & SHIP PROMISE
4415-C CONSTITUTION LANE
Dr.Phil OPR AH. >ds?
@3pm @4pm @5 & 6pm
sB Wednesday, June. 18, 2008 Jackson County Floridan
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