Title: Jackson County Floridan
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028304/00131
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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: October 6, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028304
Volume ID: VID00131
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACA5476
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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better like the one pictured above should not attempt to cash the "check" that
:omes with it. The letter is connected to a mystery shopper scam that is now mak-
ng the rounds. Courtesy Jackson County Sheriff's Office

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The prosecutor's office was also facing
time constraints.
"Additionally, there would have been an
issue with amending the information to
cure the grammatical, defect (in the cheat-
ing charge). due to the time frame in which
the defendant was charged and the case
actually proceeding to trial," Wilson said.
"At the timie of the hearing, it. was nearly.
two years old, mainly because the defen-
dant kept changing attorneys and seeking
continPances, as well as the administrative
change at the State Attorney's Office."
.AS for the count that accused Tramel of
making ~false claims of an academic
degree, the court file provides some clues
as to why that charge was dropped.
rIn the dismissal, .the court conchided
that none of ~ramel's actions constituted a
violation~ df the law cited in thes material
presented as the reason for the charge.
In the court file, a letter from
Canrerbury Unl~iersalr states that, while it
is not an Ilnsmlunlon c~redited by' the U.S'.
Department of Education, it does indeed
Such aqcreditation` is voluntary, the
school's repre~~nsentath pointedi'out. and is
~not necessary for rhe- exIS~tenc ,of the
The institution confirmed that Tramel
d. oes p~ossess the degrees he claims to hate
from, the unilersity.

of cheating was dism~issed.
The statutory definition of cheating is a
broad one, and requires' that the charging
aittorney specify the particulars that apply.
W'hen the charge against Tram~l was
filrt Leveled, the full statutory definition of
cheating was simply pulled from com ~ut-
er -oftware which. stores all Florida stat-
ues~. The.charging attorney is then expect-
ed to select the offense variables that apply
to the particular case and insert them. This
clean-up wasn't donC, Wilson said.
Tr amel's attorney had the option of ask-
ing~ the state to either provide a "statement
of particulars,",or file a motion to dismiss
the charge for vagueness. Tramel's lawyer
opted to ask for the dismissal, and pre-
\ail~d. `
The courtf concluded that the state did
not properly .articulate its juirificarion for
the cheating charge.
Wilson said he also felt that he` was
barred from prose~curing on the cheating
charge for another reason. According to
him, there was an Issue of double jqop-
ardy:. because the general statute for cheat-
ing etssntially mirrors the specific statute
cited in the other count.
" r "When there is it specific statute, it takes
precedence and bars pr~osec~uion on the
general statute for the same criminal
action," Wilsjon explained, "So. based on
that premise, Judge '(Bill). Wright ~on-
curred and count 11 (cheating) wcas dis-
missed ."

Charges df cheating and making false
claims of an academiC degree ~hye been
dropped against former Sneai C~jy '
Manager Jerry Tramel.
Hired by. the city in November 2005,
Tramel was fired in February 20j07.
Firing: him "without cause" as his
employment agreement allowed the city to
do, the city council did so amid questions
about his .Ph.D. ~from Cgpterbury
University in 'the tow~n or `county, of
Cheshire in the United Kingdom.
Allegations were made that the ~institu-
tion was essentially a "diploma mrill," in
which' vanous degrees. are besto\\ed at
varying ~prices and .without class auten-
dance and exams being taken .
Tramel was subisequently charged w\ith
criminal offenses.
Tramnel. in a uvriuten statement, said he
felt' exoneratedd ~in (the) ~fatse degree
claims` case." But assistant state attorney
Greg Wilson said he thinks Tramel's
claimsj of being '8xonerated': are
overblowli." .
Trame~l called the dismissals a ":stulniin,
victory (which) took just 27 minutes dur-
ing which every facet of the state's case ...
collapsedd" Tramel says the job he lojlsi-did-
n't even require degree. although he codi-
tinues to maintain he does possess the
degree he claimed: He w'enr on to say that

Jerry Tramel
ie had performed his duties "iti an eemir-
p ulary fas hion."
Assistant Sta~te Autorne~ Greg Wilpon,
w\ho inherited the case long after it w~as
filed, ex.plained w'hy he believes thet charge

See TRC\MEL, Page 5A >

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R~p.'Marti Coley, R-Marianna, chaired a tact-tinding committee Thursday at Marianna High School as part ot Florida I-igh
School Athletic Association's Urba'n Rural Committee. During the meeting, the committee listened to the concerns of area educa-
fors as part of efforts to deal with athlletics-related issues, such as safety and competi iveness between smaller rural schools and
larger urban ones. Mark Skinner/Floridan

IMyStery shopper'-


;4 "01) slel shOpper seam is making the rounds in
Jackson County,. authorities warvn.
people fromt outside the Ui.S. are essentially' stealing
the nan110 Of a legitimate business, BMA Mystery
Shop ,ng to perpetlrae o fraud. according to a press
rzloe'S frOm the Jackson County Sheriff's Office.
Intended vilctms get a letter and a check w~ith
in struc tion s on w~hat1 to do with the chec k. Residen ts
are being warned not to send or transfer any money as
the letter requests. law' enforcement officials advlise.
The dle~l 15 110t from B NL4.
In one example provided by the sheriff's office, the
targeted person received a check for 52,996 in their
name. The letter contains a phone number w~ith inrtruc-
lions to call and ask for one of two people named in the
leuer. That individual. the letter advises. w~ill give
instructions on how to deposit the check and how to
remove a security code on the check.
The leuter goes on to provide a b~reak-doyirn of how`
the mionecy IS to be spent.
The person is to keep 5300 as pay for two hours of
w'ork spent shopping. The person is also allowed to
spend $30) on lunch at various fast-food restaurants.
They' are to spend-550 at one store and 550 at another,
and keep the items purchased.
They are also asked to ar~range for a 51.320
M~oneygramn transfer, and a 51.220 Western Union
transfer. and to report the transfer reference number or
money transfer control number,
The letter Implies that successfully completing this
'"probationary training task" could result in permanent
part-time w'ork.
Howe~cver, because the check is tfake, anyone 14the
deposits it and spend the money is liable for repaying
any charges made against that amount.

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Charges against Tramel dropped




A .Tallahasseer woman~ was
charged n ith DUI following a.
traffic crash at the intersection of'
Lafayette Street and Penn AveliueC
last Saturday. According to
Mariamia Polipe: Department.
press release. Laiurie G. Dyal;24,
ni\as dnving a \ehcle which tear-
ended, another~vehicle driven by
Cottondale residelit Stanley W.
Scurlock. The press release fuir-
'ther 'states -that officers: began it
criminal investigation while, on
scene, and Jearned that Dyal was
intoxicated while operating ;te1i
vehiclee. The resulting trbiffic col-

Dy ""5 wa ret d and tae~c~
the Jackson Couilty: jail toi awcait
f ilrst alppearane.

WOmn 87


AP Grandj Ridge woman was
killed~londal in a traffic crash
on State Road 69 in Ctalhoun
County. According to -Florida
Highway Patrol reports, 61-year-
bld DeIborah C. Daniels died at ~
the skene.
According to the highway
patrol, it was raining around 9:25 ii
a.m. as Daniels ,drove: north mi
SR 69 and lost control of the
2009 Pontiac she w~as diving.
The car .started spmluing coun-
terclqckwise, crossed the south-
bound lane and entered the shoul-
der. Th 'rightiside and unde~rcar-
riage of the car struck the west
ditch embankmeixt. The vehicle
--turnedl onto its right side and its :;
roof collided with twod pine trees
The car came to test oil its side
against the' tree.
The crash occurred just north
of Jody Field Road. Danials'
body was taken to. the medical l'
examiner's office in Panama City, cI
according to the highway patrol. i;

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Panama City Low 8:31 AM High 11:16 PM
Apalachicola Low 11:57 AM High 4:23 AM
Port St. Joe Low 7:57 AM High 1'1:07 PM
Destin Low 9:08 AM High 11:40 PM
Pensacola Low 9:42 AM High -~ 11:59 PM
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
.Woodruff~ 43.77 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 6.85 ft. 15.0 ft.

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COmmunity Calendar

2A "Itesday, October 6, 2009* Jackson County Floridan

Weather outlook

Possible showers with a
bilt monre sunshlune. -
Justin Kie~fr / WMBB


High 8L
Low -71

High 86'
Low 670

High 890
Low 67'

Partly cloudy, warm and
humid with a possible
PM shower.

Low -' 700

Summer like heat and

Partly cloudy and very
warm. Humid. Isolated
PM thunder

High 86o
Low 660

Sunrise: 1 :8AMM

eooset: 170:06 AMM


A few more clouds and
scattered showers.

October 6 Tuesday
*The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Northwest
Florida Community Hospital in Chipley, 10
a.m.-3 p.m., or you can donate blood at the
center, 2503: Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna, Monday through Friday, 9 a.mn. to
`6 p~m. Call 5264403.
Optimist Club of Jaekson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in
Jim's Buffet and Grill in IMarianna.
*, Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting
\~Cr0Cheting Or knitttinlg classes Tuesd'ays at 1
.p.in., at the Jacksoli County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028. -
*. The Jackson Counity. Fair, is Oct. 6-10.
Gates open at 5 p.m.;. midway rides start at
6 p.m. Gate admission is $5 per person all
week; babies in arms get in free. Arm bands
available. Free circus on the midway nightly.
Tuesday: Swine Showmanship Contest at 1
'p.m.; Swine Sale at 6:30 p.m. Call 482-
3744, .
* Hope School PTO arid School Advisory
COUncil meetS ~at 6 Ip.m~. in the new cafeteria.
Light refreshments served. .
*Alcoholics Anonymoup has an -open
:meeting Tuesdays,, $ to 9 p.m., at the First
United~ Methodist Church, 2901 Caledlonia
St., Mari'anna. Meet in the AA room.

October 7 Wednesday
*The Southeastern Community Blood
Center-mobile unit will beat .the Chipola
College nursing department, 8 a.m.-2 p.m..
or you can donate blood at the center, 2503.
Commercial Park Drive in Marianna,
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call
*Jackson Hospital's MedWheels-on-the-
Move program stops by Sneads City Hall, 10
a.m. to 3 p.m., with free glucose and, cho-
lesterol screenings.. A Clinical Health C~oach
is available on a first-come, 'first-served
Basis. Call 718-2661.
.* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m:, at the
'First !United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room. .
A Sweet 16 meeting for parents of
Sneads High School sophomores starts at
3:30 p.m. in Hope Campbell's classroom.
The Jackson County Fair is Oct. 6-10.
Gates open at 5 p.m.; midway rides start at
6 p.m. Gate admission is $5 per person all
week; babies in-arms get in free. Arm bands
available. Free circus on the midway nightly.
Wednesday: 4H/FFAl Ag Judging Contest at
9 30 a,m.; Rabbit/Poultry 'Youth
'Sholivmanship Contest, at 3:30 p.rn.; Beef
Showmanship Contest at 6 pim. Call 482-

October 8 Thursday
*The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Altha High
School, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Center closed., or you
can donate blood at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive in Marianna, Monday
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-
*The 'Graceville Garden Club hosts the
District ll-Fall Meeting at the Graceville Civic
Center. Registratiori is 8:39-9 a.m.
Parents and students are invited to a
Project Graduation meeting~for~the class of
2~010 ~5 p.m. in the Marian~na High School
libraf'y. Call 573-2049 or 209-0166
*The Jackson County Fair is .Oct, 6-10.
Gates open at 5 p.m.; midway rides start at 6
p.rn. Gate admission is $5 per person all
week; babies in arms get in free. Arm bands
available. Free circus on the rnidway nightly.
Thursday: Breeding Cattle Show at 1 p.m.;
Steer Show at 6 p.m. Call 482-3744.
*The Granld Ridge Town Council's regular
monthly ~meeting starts at 6 p.m. in the Grand
Ridge Town Hall.
Alcoholics Anonymgus meets Thursdays
for a "closed discussion,'' 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First (.Inited Methodist' Church, 290~1
'Caledonia Si., Marianna. Meet .in the AA,
room. Attendance is limited to~ persons with a
desire to stop drinking.

October 9 Friday
*The Jalckson County Fair is Oct. 6-10.
Gates open at 5 p.m.; midway rides start at 6
.p.m. Gate admission is '$5 per person all
week; babies in arms get in free. Arm bands
available. Free circus on the midway nightly.
Call 482-3744. .
*Today is the registration deadline for the
Third -Annual Jackson County Master
Gardeners Daffodil Bulb Program and Sale,
which will be Saturday, Oct. 10, 10 a.m. to 1
p.m., (sign-in at 9:30 a.m.) at the Jackson
. County Extension Service, Room B, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave. in Marianna. Those pre-
ordering bulbs can pick them up the day of
the program. Program cost: $.15 per: person,
includes i-eference materials, lunch and door
prizes. Call 48'2-9620,.or e-mail jadkson-
*Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts a charity dance every second Friday of
the month at Jim's Buffet and Grill. Cost is
$6. Bring a canned. or dry good for Chipola
Family Ministries. Chll 526-4561.
Today is the deadline to register for the
Jackson County Extension Service/Jackson
County Master Gardeners' class~on planting
late fall/winter vegetables. The class will be
Oct. 15, ~6 to 8 p.m. at the: Jackson County
Conference Center in Marianna. Registration `
required. Cost. $10 per person (includes ref-
erence materials, snacks, ~door prices). Call

482-9620, or e-mail jacksonmg~ifas.ufl.edu.
\* The Better Breathers Club meets 2-3 p.m.
in the Hudnall Medical Building of Jackson
Hospital, 4250 Hosp~ital Drive, Marianna.
Guest speaker: Dietitian Matthew Dailefeld,
MSRII presenting, "Nutritional Facts for
Better Breathers." Friends, caregivers wel-
come. Call 718 2849.
*Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and.teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" every Friday
fat Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road.. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time.
guests); ~inecting at 7 p.m., with praise and
live worship music, testimonies and fellow-
ship. Child care available. Call 209-7856 or
573-11 31.
*AA has an open meeting Fridays, 8 to 9
p.Yn., at -the First United Methodist -Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA

October 10 -Saturday
* The Artists Guild of Northwest Florida
~presents a- Digital Photography Workshop
'with PhotoNaturalist Bill Boothe, 10 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. at the Russ House (Jackson
County Chamber of Com~merce), corner of
Lafayette and Russ Street in' Marianna.
Registration required. Fe~e: $45 classroom
and photo sessions; $35 classroom session
only. $5 discount for Guild ni~embers.
*The 19th Annual Neel Reunion starts at
10 a.mn. at Lake Seminole Park in Sneads.
Bring photos and your~favorite covered dish
to' share. Call~ 593-4474.
*The Pumphrey-Ellis: Reunion starts at
noon at the Providence Baptist Church-in'
Grand Ridge. Bring a covered dish. Call 557-
*The Third Annual Alford Community
Organization (ACO) Auction, Cake Sale '& Old
Fashion Country Dinner starts at 4 p.m. at.
Alford Community Center. Tickets: $10.
Menu: Baked ham, fried chidken, vegetables,
casseroles, salads, deserts, rolls, tea- and
.coffee. (You can buy take-out plates). Call
579-4482 or 638-4900.
*The Legends of the Fall~ Festival is 5-10
~p.m. at Falling Waters State Park, three miles
south of Chipley off US Highway 77, featuring
Sa collection of stories and' songs. Festival-
style seating; bring lawn chairs~blanikets.
* AA has an olpen meetings Saturdays, 4:30
to 5:30 p.m., at the First United Methodist~
.Churt~h, 2901 Caledonia St., Mariantia. IMeet-
in the AA` room.
The Jackson` County Fair, is ~Oct. 6-10.
Gates open at 5 p.m.; midway rides start at 6
.p.rn. Gate admission is $5 per- person all
.week; bables~in arms get in free. Arm bands
Savailable. Freg circus on the midway nightly.
Saturday: Sunlburst Beauty Pagealit at 1 p.m.
Call 482-3744.

stops, two disabled vehi-
cles and one 911 hang-up.

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Oct. 3;.the latest available
report: One ..abandoned
vehicle, four alarms, one
animal control complaint,
one car in a ditch reported,
two civil disputes, olie
'criminal mischief com-
plaint, six disturbances,
one escort, two hospice
deaths, one juvenile com-
plaint, one larceny com-

The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Oct.
4, the latest available
report: Three disturbanices,
one drug
case, two -7 -T
bur glar ~~ct
alarms, one& ;Ithl
panic alarm,l
one larceny
complaint, one civil dis-
pute, one juvenile com-
plaint, two noise com-
plaints, one assist of a
motorist, one assist of
another agency, two pub-
lic service calls, six traffic

plaint, two noise com-
plaints, four missing per-
sons, one prowler, one
public service call, one
retail thfef, two reports of
shooting in the area, six
suspicious incidents, twio
threats, two traffic acci-
dents, 15 traffic stops, two
transports, one warrant
arrest and one reckless

The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the'lat-

est reporting periods:
Robert Battle, 52, 980,
62nd Ave., St. Petersburg,
introduction of contraband
into state correctional
Richey Clark, 36,
3724 Glass Road,
Greenwood, four counts of
grand theft.
Daniel Rice, 24, 108
8th St., Shalimar, driving
under the influence.
Kevin Hobgood. 35,
1854 Destiny Lane,
Marianna, driving under
the influence.
,- Laurie Dyal, 24, 1908
E. Nelson Circle,

Tallahassee, DUI.
Steven Hawes, 36,
2966 Daniels St.,
Marianna, battery (domes-
tic violence).
Martha Bellamy, 31,
1570 sSandpiper Lanet
Marianna, worthless


To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 1526-
To reported a wildlife vio-
- lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (39)22).






Oct. Oct. Nov.

Publisher Valeria Roberts
Managing Editor Michael Becker
Circulation~Manager -Dehla berski

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Pine weaver to present

program at CRAA meeting



Daniel Jackson listens and watches as Rosemary Weaver of Green Circle Bio Energy gives the
Malone F'FA officer team a tour of the facilities. Contributed photo

Public invited to October 8

Blue Springs group meeting
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Attendees must have a digital
camera, preferably a digital SLR
with interchangeable lenses.
They should also bring their cam-
era's instruction manual. along
with accessories that they have
such as tripods and additional
They are responsible for pro-
viding their own lunch and pay-
ing the entrance fee to Flonida
Caverns State Park.
To register or for more infor-
mation, please contact Barbara
Revell, Artists Guild of
Northwest Florida, at 593-5589.

ronmental causes, he has donated
timne andi images to conservation
During the morning session,
f~rom 10 a.m. t~o 1 p.m., Boothe
will present a digital slideshow
featuring photo techniques.
Subjects covered will include
equipment selection, composi-
tion, natural lighting, flash and
close-up photography.
Techniques will be tailored to
photographing birds, butterflies,
wildflowers and landscapes.
During the afternoon photo
shoot in the field, from 1:30 to

4:30 p).m1., Boothe will give
handls-on assistance to partici-
pants as they practice some of the
skills learned in the morning ses-
The all-day workshop will cost
$45. Cost for those who wish to
participate only in the classroom
session is $35. Field trip partici-
pants must attend the morning
There is no limit on the number
of attendees for the morning ses-
sion, but spaces are limited to 20
persons for the photo shoot in the '

BOothe and his wife Marcia
now reside in the Florida
Panhandle, an area where
wildlife and wildflowers abound.
Boothe began his professional
photographic career in the early
1990s. His photos have won
numerous awards and have been
published in nature-oriented
books, magazines, and Web sites.
Through his natural history class-
es and wildlife photography
workshops, he has inspired others
to become better stewards of our
natural world.
As an active supporter of envi-


An all-day digital photo work-
shop on Saturday, Oct. 10 is
designed ~for both beginning and
advanced photographers who
wish to learn. more aCibout photo-
oraphing the natural world. The
workshop will be divided idto a
morning session in the classroom
and an afternoon photo shoot in
the field.
The workshop will be taught
by Bill Boothe, a professional
naturalist and wildlife photogra-

The public is invited to
the Chipola Regional
Arts Association meeting
at Jim's Buffet, Tuesday,
Oct. 20, at 11:30 a.m.
Pine weaver Lynn D.
Crain will present a pro-
gram about baskets and
wall art made from pine
Creative in many art
forms including string art,
flower arrangement, dec-

needle weaving is now
her primary craft, which
has evolved into award-
winning baskets and wall
Crain loves color in her
baskets and wall art and
will share how color is
introduced and utilized.

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to P.O. Box 520 '
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David Oglesby talks to the Malone i-FA officer team about the greenhouses and the shipping
and sorting of the plants at Oglesby; Plants International during a recent facilities tour. FFA
officers are, from left, Emily Stephens, Shelby Calloway, Karlee Floyd, Rett Daniels, Charlette
Gardner (Jackson County School Board member) and Candice Liplord. Contributed photo

IVlalone FFA tours

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thing different, the colors,
stitching, combinations,
shapes, styles, media and.
ideas," Crain said.
For information, visit
For information on the
Oct. 20 meeting, contact
Homer Hirt at 593-6907.

"There are no set pat-
terns or designs written
My mind and heart start
the baskets, and the bas-
kets always finish them-
I am always trying
something new, some-

SAfter lunch, the group traveled to the
Green Circle Bio Energy plant. Rosemary
Weaver guided them through a wetlands
trail, discussing the industry and plant's
effect on plants and animals.
The second half of the tour took place in
the pelletizing plant, where the group had
a chance to see the hammer mill and the
pellet mill, where wood is turned into pel-
lets, and the loading of the pellets into the
train cars. The tour concluded in the con-
trol room, where computers keep up with
the pelletizing process.
The day ended with a trip to the home of
Malone FFA advisor Kim Barber for more
planning, food and some -relaxation.
Jackson County School Board member
Charlotte Gardner served as chauffeur and
companion for the day.


Malone FFA was given the opportunity
to tour two area agriculture businesses on
Friday, Sept. 25: Oglesby Plants
International and Greeni Circle Bio Energy.
At Ogolesby, the Malone FFA senior offi-
cer team was. greeted by Ray Gillis for a
tour and a review of the logistics behind
the plant breeding processes and how they
work in the. lab. Then David Ogelsby gave
the group a tour of the greenhouses and
explained how the breeders select and
grow plants.
Next on the agenda was lunch and offi-
cer planning time. The officer team made
decisions on T-shirts, officer shirts, plans
for activities for the year and rewrites to
the group's constitution. '

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Education Building
Conference Room at
Chipola College.
Presentations begin at 9
a.m. and run until 1 p.m.
Chuck Hatcher, director
of Jackson County Parks
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an update on Blue Springs
Park. Edd Sorenson will
discuss cave system explo-
Russell Williams,
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sC'hipo la science prof I
Working Group Project
coordinator, will present
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.Iacktsonl County F~lor~id~n 'lbecsda~y, O)coltobe 6, 2009' 5A


Jackson County
Master Gardeners will
host their third annual
Daffodil Bulb Program
and sale on Saturday,
Oct. 10.
Pre-registration for the
event is open through .
Friday. It costs $15 to
attend the workshop,
with rthe cost covering
reference materials and
lunch. It~also puts partic-
'ipan'ts in' the running for
some door prizes. Each
person attending will get
two door prize~ tickets as
they enter Room B of the
Jackson County .
Extension Service, at
2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna.
The program begins at
10 a.m., with registration
at 9:30 a.m. It
goes until 1 p.m.
A pair of experts will
be on hand to teach par-
ticipants all about how to
successfully grow daf-
fodils and other southern
bulb-based flowers.
The guest speakers will
bndDr.VGarec .nox and
Vain Beck is co-founder
and past president of the
Florida Daffodil Society. .
Beck, of Tallahassee, and
her husband spend most
of their lives together
researching, the flower.
She's written a book on
the subject, which will be
available for sale at the
Saturday program.
Knox, of the No'rth
Florida -Research and
Education center in
Quincy, is a University .of
Florida professor of
environmental horticut--
fure. He ivill focus :ori
other southern bulls that
succeed ill this region .
Proceeds from the

Daffodils like this
Carton variety will be
available for sale during
the Master Gardner's
Oct 10 DaFfodil work-
shop. -Contributed

workshop and bulb sale
will go toward the pur-
chase of a greenhouse to
be used in a Junior
Master Gardener pro-
gram for youth.
Bulb prices start at five
for $3, and vary slightly
depending on size.
Discounts are available
forT Iuktpyurchasoers.bub
available include orange,
white-and-yellow, and
white-and-orange mixed
varieties, as well as the -
more -familiar yellow
Fortune, Trevithian and
Carlton varieties. Master
Gardener Sally Wax'giser
calls the. Carlton "the
Backbone of :every daf-
fodil gardelf."
About 30 people have
pre-ordered bulbs, and
these can be picked up
star-ting the day /of the.~
bulb program..Waxtgist~r
said plenty more are
available, particularly the
most popular varieties.
Call 482-9620 for
more inlformnation)

James El Sikes Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Edna Messer

Edria Messer, 95, of
'Makianna died Monday,
Oct. 5, 2009, at her home.
She was born in Altha
and had resided in Jackson
County for the past 85
years. Miss Messer was the
former ~owner-operator of
Edna's Beauty Shop, a
charter member; of the-
Marianna Garde ir lub, a
past member of Marianna
Business & Professional
Women's Club, a longtime-
member of the First Baptist
Church of Marianna and a
member of the Davis-Fol-

sSme Cir preceded in
death by her parents, Sam
and Hattie Bennett Messer;
and two sisters, Estelle
Raw;ls and Pauline Peel.
SSurvivors include. her
sister, Coreane McDaniel
of Perry; two nephews,
Doyl~e Peel &( wife Jan, and
Johnny McDaniel;` two
nieces, Reba Olcott &
liusband Rick, and Vera
Furtick. and husband Mike;
two grand-nephews,
Jackson and Graham Peel;
two gralidnieces, Mallory
Laclanan and husband
Nate, and Johanna Wood;
two gr-eat-grand-nephews,
Hendrix Peel and Oliver.
Lackman; and one great-
grandniece, Morgan Peel.
The graveside service will
be at 2 p.m. Wednesday,
Oct. 7, at the Dellwood
Baptist Church Cemetery,
wtith the Rev. Bill Hinds
and Dr. Jeffery Shannon
Heads officiating. Interment
will be in the Dellwood
Baptist Church' Cemetery,
with James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
The family will receive
friends from 5 to 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 6, at James &
Sikes Maddox Chapel.
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4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

SPeter Marvin
"Pete" Jones

Peter Marvin "Pete"
Jones Jr., 73, of MWalone
died Sunday, Oct. .4, 2009*
at his home.
A native and lifelong resi-
dent of Malonie, Mr. Jones
retired from Eli Witt Com-
pany and attended the
Friendship Baptist Church.
He was preceded in
death` by his wife, Margie
Ag ioness include two
daughters, Chris Brown
and husband, Jfeff, of Alba- ~
ny, GA, and. Cathy Barron
and husband, Scott, of
Panama City; one sister,
Floy P. Hill of Marianna;
one brother-in-law, Jim
Davis of Dothan, AL; and
four grandchildren-
The graveside, funeral
service will be at 2 p.m.
TueSday, Oct. 6, at Friend-
ship Baptist Church Ceme-
tery near Malone, with the
Rev. Earldeen McCorvey
officiating, James & Sikes
'Ftneral Home Maddox
Chapel directing-
Marianna Chapel Funeral
.3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

JRaleS Lewis

James Lewis, 83, passed
away on Friday,~ Oct. 2'
2009, in Jackson County.
He was a member of the
Baptist- church and had
lived in Marianna for 40
years, coming here from
Moore Haven.
The funeral service' will
be Wednesday, Oct. 7, at 10
a.m. in the Siunland Chap-
el, Chaplin Ruth Moore ef-
ficiating. Interment will fol-
low il) Riverside Cemetery.
VTisitation will be Tlues-
day, Oct. 6, from 4 to 5 p.m.
in the Marianna Chapel

Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
MWw.marlniannlach;pelfh.com .

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Amendment rights.
Wilson said the statute itself is not
.unconstitutional, but acknowledged
that the way the~ state was trying to
use it might be considered so.
";Mr. Tramel's attorney was arguing
that the entire statute was unconstitu-
tional because a federal court in south
Florida had ruled that way in a civil
case ... that case is not binding on the
First District Court of Appeals,"
Wiilson said.
Tramel had ~several other things to
say mn his statement.
"I lost my job over this," he wrote.
"But it is worthy of note that nobody
involved in the investigation or pros-
ecution of this case remains in the
employ of the State Attorney's
Office.I have been advised Ican
expect: substantial compensation for
being put through this terrible ordteal,
which m~y wife and I have endlured to
clear my own namec, and to make a
stand for academic frecedom for every
citizen of thbi great statte and thlis
gr~eat country.

Further, the representative wrote,
as a foreign school, it could not
obtain U.S. accreditation even if it
viished td do so. .
Wilson explained why he believes
the charge ~related to Tramel's claim
of an academic degree was dropped,
"If Mr. Travel had said that he held
a Ph.D. or B.Sc. from FSU, ahd he in
fact did not, then he could be charged.
But that is not what he did. Mr.
Tramel claimed to hold.a degree from
Canterbury University, which is an
online 'diplonria mill,"'"Wilson said.
"Mr. Tramel does in fact have the
paperwork from this 'diploma mnill'
and is allowed to say he has it. .., The
fact remains that his chslim to have a
Ph.D, although technically true, is
purposely meant to deceive people
into believing that it was a degree
earned through a'studious education
which imparted k~nowledgeonr the
recipient, in contrast to a title which
was actually purchased."
Tramel defends his degree and its

, "Many people do not understand
accreditation," he explained. "They
think it is compulsory, when in fact it
is voluntary. They think it is a kind of
warranty of degree quality when
actually it~is not. Its function is to
allow access to federal tax dollars.
Institutions that wish to have Title IV
federal finding have their academic
freedom restricted to what the federal
government dictates," Tramel wrote.
"I believe that access to academic
programs that are independent of
government finance and interference
is an essential factor in a free socie-

He also asserts that the secretary of
a state agency has a sintilai degree,
and wds promoted by the governor
rather than prosecuted by the state.
Tramel wrote at length about varli-
ous court cases in which the accredi-
tation issue has been tested. He point-
ed to case law concerning the statute
under which he was charged, saying
it had been previously struck down as
an "unconstitutional violation of First


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Benders take seventh title Marianna

'Th BneaB Iecr uk number sevenBa H igh

enth championship mn USP/Girand Slam
Tournament in the: Octoberfest in
Donalsonville, Ga. The seven championships
have come in travel bazll play following the
spring season.
SIn Game One Saturday, Maxx Hairrell took
the mound and picked up the 9-5 Avin over the.
Southern Sluggers, goiiig four and two-thirds
innings before giving way ~to Gage Parker.
Alex Gann came on in relief of Parker, ivith
Bryson Horne closing out the game.
Offensively, the Benders were led by Horne,
`who was 3-for-3 with three RBIs, followed by
Collin Chambers who was 2-for-2 :with an
RBI. Gage Parker was 2-for-3 with three
RBIs, while Cy Barton was 1-for-1 and took
one for the team. Peter Setterich, Marxx
Harrell, Alex Gann, and Tristan Cooper all
went 1-for-3. :
The second~ game .was a 14-7 w in (gr the
k ,n esol ns th aWakullaa SornmalGag
Tristan Cooper combined for the win. For the
Benders, Parker went: 2-for-2 with a walk and
three RBIs, followed by Alex Gann, who was
2-for-2 with two walks. Cooper was 2-for-3
with three RBIs, while Chambers was 2-for-2
with a walk. Horne bounced one over the
fence for. a ground-rule double. Landon
Tharpe, Harrell, 'Setterich: and ~BaraEn all
picked up hits.
Sunday, the Benders faced the Southern
Saints with an. 8~ a.m. start time. Harrell was
on the mound to start and was two walks shy
of a perfect game, as he did not allow a single
hit an~d struck out eight batters through five
innings of play.

The Marianna High. School
Lady ~Bulldogs volleyball team.
hit the road last Thursday. and
returned with a two-match sweep
of the Lady Bay High Tornados.
'The, varsity won in four games,
while the.jumior.varsity won two
o~ut ofthree.
In varsity action, the Lady
Bulldogs dropped the first game',
25-21, ,before taking three
straight to win the match, 25-17,
25-2?, and 25-22.
The Lady Dogs' Cayce Griffin
had 27 service points with riine
aces, eight attacks and two kills.
poo nt an fu dace sw sM cel
Bassin, followed by Meghan
Hinson with 13 serves and four
aces. Eron Milton picked up 12
serves and two aces, followed by
Tiffany Lawrence with ten serv-
ice points. Sharhae Williams~lead
in attacks, with 24 attacks and
five, kills, followed .by Bassin
with 19 spikes and six .kills.
Hinson~ was on the board with 15
'spikes and four kills, with M~ilton
pick~ing up four attacks and t~wo-
kills.. Bassin: .led the` Lady
Bulldogs in; assists with 38;
Hinson recoided 29.
In; Jun'or varsity 'action, the-
Lady Bulldogs fell 25-22 in

15-2 victory' In the third. Hannah
Shouppe led the team w\ith I5
;ervice: points and sevep aces, fol-
lowe~d b\ Tavior Blount w\ith 11.:
iervicec oInts" and five aces.
Christina Wy~nn led the team
defensively with seven kills.
TIhe Lady Biulldogs were
scheduled to play in Blountstown
on-Monday evening. Results of
that game were not available at
press time.

The Benders, pictured above, took~ their sevedj' itle after they won at the USP/Grand Slam
Tournament over the weekend. --Contributed poto

'Gann, Cooper, Harrell, Barton and Tharpe
all recorded hits, with Jacob Newell, Horne
and' Setterich sacrificing two runs home each.
Game' Tw~o Sunday was a rematch against
the Southern Sluggers, with the Benders com-
igg out on~top 7-3. Parker picked up the win
on the mound,.goingsfive and a third innings
before giving way to` Setterich to close out the
game. Harrell led the ttam offensively with
three RBIs and going 2-for-2, followed by Cy
Barton, who was also 2-for-2 with two RBIs.
Tristan Cooper was 2-for-3. while Gann was
1-for-2 with a walk and an RBI. Horne and

Bryson both had hits in the game. .
The championship game pitted the Benders
against the Dothan Renegades, with 'the
Benders dealing Dothan a 13-3 loss in six
innings of play. Horne ~took the mound for the
Benders and picked up with win, with Newell
coming on in relief for the final inning. .
The hero offensively was Newell, who was
2-for-2 with five RBIs, followed by Setterich,
who waS 3-for-4 with an RBI. Parkier was 2-
for-3, while Harrell and Chambersj were 2-
:for-4C. .Single hits w~ent to Gann. Cooper,
Barton, Horne. Hall and Tharpe(

The Marianna Recreation Department has
completed sits second week of ~soccer at
Optimist Park with five leagues participating. '
In the Tiny Mites league, the Lizards remain
undefeated with a 12-4 win over b315 PJ~yaons,
a 6-3 win over Daysprings and a 6-3 win over
In other Tiny Mite action, the Cobras tied the
SPythons 7-7, and defeated the Dragons 7-3.
Daysprings ~took care of the Dragons 5-:!. The
Knights came out pn top of the Scotpions 9-3
and: took a 19-0 shutout of the young Mud
Dogs. The Transformers 'defeated the Py~thons
9-2, Cobras beat Daysprings I 8-1, and it was
Knights over Lizards 5-3 and Tigers over
~Dragons 10-2.
In Midget League action, Extreme split'
games with a 2-1 win over the Th~underbolts
before falling 4-2 to Daysprings. The Panthers
tied 2-2 with the Raptors before picking up a 4-
3 win over the Rockets. The Thunderbolts
recorded a 4-1 win over the Wolves, while the
Mystics picked up g 3-1 victory over the
Rp~tors e ysprn h ndeanth W v tad a3-alt
two. *
In Pee Wee action, the Sharks defeated tfie
Bulldogs 10-1 before the Storm dealt the
Sharks a 2-0 loss.. The Eagles tobk.caire of thk
Fire 4-0, and the Rapids 6-0. The Storme hand-
.ed the Crew a 7-0 loss to remain undefeated.
The Fire and the Galaxy tied at 2-2.
Daysprings II defeated the Giants 4-1, with
Daysprings I handed the Bulldogs a 9-1 loss.
In the Junior League action, it: the.Bullets and

Isabella vacughan takes the ball downfield for the K~nights during their match against the
Tigers Mon~day. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

Warriors knotted it up at two, with the United
Gold narrowly defeating ~the -Warriors 3-2.
United Gold arid the Bullets tied it up at three.
In Senior League action, the Sneads Stingers
shut out the ~Mutiny. 3-0, rind Malone took a 1-
0 shutout from the same Stingers. Mutiny
handed the Bullets a 2-0 loss, with the Galaxy
dealing the Bullets an 8-0 shutout..The Mutiny

-- behind the foot 'of Caleb Corbin, who
recorded four goals onl the night -- defeated
Mqlone 5-0. The Galaxy and the Stin~gers failed
to notch a goal to end their game in a 0-0 tic.
And it was, the Bullets over Malone 4-0.
Action continues at Optimist Park every
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday night, with
games inl every~league beginning at 5:30 lim.


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Boston Terriers S-F, Ig lot in Greenfield Acre Lots
?-M 5200. 850-762- Subdiv., Mar. 2126 sq Douglas Rd/Cty Rd
PETS 662-380-3093/ Apprisa $25k.` :~g
7AE850-272-1945 OI2 Lots left.

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Clean environment ful homesite. Already type, $25 OBO 850- 1st. eItion, new/F/ ting, white w/blue new, twin, electric. Band, complete set,
has well & septic. 526-4849 NF, $15 and up, Ma- flowers/gold trim $55 $8400. 850-592-2507 $75 850-594-7802
FObUND: bhcouate Parents on site 3 oos2 ats fle5 e~sf .1 adoof f U.S. rianna 850-592-2507 850-482-5634 Jacket Shearling, Playstation 2 Rock
Wllb d 850 13 oo eghGo hnin.30K ons151t 97 n Boyd Bears X-mas, Dolphin Dining table ladies large short, Band, complete set,
693-1m4a6nn Cha elwood. $775 334-726-3677 Icomplete series. $20. Bears, Bunnies, An- 4' x6' $380 850-866- $25.850-592-2507 $75 850-594-7802
334- 14-1086 ~~~850-592-2507 90~0 oa.$.10 Kenmore Washer. Precious Moments
Found sm duppy off 3BR/1.5BA rental, on Victorian off Jackson County l 1 pounds of thick -rs Drm 3 4 saftig VMachin & 7 850-482-327 bitdy els$5
fFar yw8 RO. S~mart& conro ak & Da- Br nnon~adR. 757Nacre m@ 0 /ac pdeer~b5T .$2 72r e n/2 ehmbe '3$5 Tak t3- 60" Krby vaum $5023B &
2886/209-1344. lot, sunroom. Nice Timber, Creeks 21 Guide Book of Cavalli Ring- $35 ElcrcPatm4 Ladies set of golf he azSd w
$272,500. Call Tim Rolling Hills, No United States Coins. Black Inlay w/Gjold scooter by Electra, clubs w/cart, ag & n.nie m
3BR/1.5BA, Verr nice. (334)677-3308. Clearcut Call Kane (red books 1960-1980 Vermiel Over 925 SS. never riden $375 850- umbrella $100 850. 850-579-447
ea 2n~aeenwoldc toon lan 50-09-817 40.850-592-2507 85-7-46593-9987 482-5215 Singer sewing ma
Chihubuj mix I Kitchen appliances 2BR/1BA, Newly 2 4x6 oriental rugs, Cckatellcage-black. Electric typewriter Laminated lightoak chine$50 850-866-
Yorkli mi<. REWARD! included. $7;00 mno., eoeedI rn both for $140 850- $45. 850-592-2507 $ 35, new Mr. Coffee flooring 100 sq.ft.$85 1700
850 93-03b irstand ast.Sec re.Rdgle. W~ate sw Sofas 866-100 CerandcHumming Elite 20 850-866- 850-593-9987 ISkylight double
ty deposit. I Yr lease ageinc. $5K. 850- rseswmro Birds $8-$10, Ceram- 1700 Ldve Seat $85 850- dome 4'x3' fixed $50
mercandie Surl82~g c l~ralOl e nm 3n-juse.Pac, Ottoma1ns 815o/eo or 20 ori Bells2,$ 5 &5 Eloctaonic Grand Pia l1 ltem- k1
850-674-3532 or ber 1st. Call (850) CHA, Apl ceiling Charlie Brown Hall- plays 10 me dies chine. Like new with CD/DVD Tower $10
545-573 594-7525 bew een fansRe. HY6 9, Grnd I A. 2 Lg. bagsbo ys mai ~lrkMsc Gobes, $35850-482-5215 attachments. $00. 850-866 1700
6pm-9pm. Owner is Ridge. $199K. Neg., LV S 0 Clothes sz. 4-6 $25- 4 ea. $25. 850-592- Elec. Typewriter- $15 850-592-2507 Sf /ulu e
FOUND: young male, Licensed Real Estate 850-592-2005 for both 850-594-7802 2507 Royal Eleo. Works Mr. Coffee Machine. lvswapt~bu Iucltdh
brindle Boxer mix off Broker. BikHmlc n #a(~ emi n a hlr hngah Great. 850-579-4476 12 cuip, Black, works $150 850-415-1641
Hwy 9S, n Tbe 3R/1A, 243 aneyWes sid Dohan, IllllU 519bles & coffee table $35 Plays 33's&45 Elvi Bust $30, Elvis great. $10, 850-592-
Way, Grand Ridge. St. Cottondale CH&A 2800sf, 3 Ig. BR3BA, $125 firm 850-866- RPM 1970's. Works* Heartbreak Hotel 2507 IStrin Art Ships,
850-592-1227 No Pets, $495 +$200 mud room w/shower, 1700 850-579-4476 Pae$08-66 NecSwigM-1 small $20 large $50
Fre 5moin ol sk dep. (850) 352-4222 s op w/a ge iextr 0 lmnmlde Christmas Dish Set 1700 chine. Heavy duty. 5-8253
Terrier mix. Austin Tyler & Assoo al7rdeal.$7K Seli $175, (2) 3' pillars $10 850-482-5634 IEntertainment cen 3.805220 hmsteTan
Farm Equipment Black/white, shots Quality homes for 334-794-6002 $15 850-866-1700 Christmas Teddy ter, oak color wood, ol eors mal$,tB & er tr 1n~s,
Autin.St.Oc. 5-42-85. rent 850- 526-3355 h 3"TsiaV$45 Brsdtdbyer $25 850-415-1541 regular $10 850-482- OBO. 850-557-1394
10th, 2009, 8am.1 mi. KC Reg. Yorshire ou~rrTNLY BMsnes 850-866-1700 $1 a804253 ueaVcu 1 64Tonet, com lete
E. of Greenwood, F. Terrier puppies S/W Coffee tab e $25, 2 mounted baracuda Or an- $50Wurlitzer Kohler GF
on Hwy 69, Fort Rd. deudlawed & tails Nearly New 2 BR esm 1 asif eds t 3pc ntertinment end tables 15/ea or $45 850-866-1700 Ful Keyboard and usdr,$5 1.28GPF
Consignments wel dokd$5 Home- Hwy 90 E RE eCenter $150 850-856- $40 for all.850-415- foot pedals. Call for us ,$0 5-53
c me oh ~tB ley $550.-F 901-246-9697 05/8 $6S2750 dep *Saye y-1700 1641Fabron ,h4p. nf8557476 97
850-594 5200 -**4 While wicker bar Convertible Boot for handles, like new OtrMxr 3 ieTie~a it$0
I Gun ) fkmer madie oil JACKSON COUNTY stif0s $65 850-866- Tot 304-08 never $Ud5, ours 2257 es ew.e ew bws and Bad new. 850092-
CZ model 720! seml- r .1, Iurn MH. CH A FLORIDA osynteda rt Deep Fr ezer, tnsd Lk New.850-579- Pair ofj Jan shoeserr$58-
un el 35 6 -a. NEED AT ONC 850-86-1700g eat, $100 850-415- od/asmkep 850-209-6571 IWhite beaded, pff
chokes (FM.IC). 4620 638-6-05Atquhadcre table w/mirror $20 Peanut Books- Char- shoulder Wedding
oriinal factory bo<.' 3mle r~n a neWspaper carrier for white washed oak Degrazia. Plates. 4 to 850-866-1700 lie Bbrown Comics & Gown, 12 $500
LikeNew.Les tha 2'2 3 des romchair $100 850-866- choose from. 12 inch. Hardbacks. $5 & up. 090 850-879-4365
'boxohf sells fired Ma. ve~ I 3 mo the following area: 1700 $25. 850-592-2507 Hagn hPlants-$10 850-592-2507 Window A/C
M rnsf un 850-o209-8947/482 Artf.Xmas Tree- 8'. Diret TVremotes, Pothos.$10. 850- 592- p~SaPhonogerah $5 w/remote, brand
thouh icnsd rshShlldPes 8333 Blue S ruce, Beauti- brand new, $10/ea 2507 DoneMreNesnew $60 850-693-4659
rFL olhder li ed utedh Shea led aU 2/2 Located btwn GR Chipley Area fu1.si80. 850-592- 850-29-85~ eter Hatwm Su e e 59-15e c t-Wno nuae
email: kylewa@ Pick.2307 Mayo Rd. & Sneads water & Er p Bb a et2 els~hets, 4 c se-tting, w/solid oak nwo glassg 35"in octogonm~r
yahoo.com or call (Btwn Cy ress & aarb. incl. $375/mo arupt BayCrSa$2 wie$18042 maleBadnw SwngMcie$45 alum. frame
334-322-1528 Grand Ri e. Bobby E50-573-0308. 850-482-5215 5634 $300 850-593-9987 850-482-8347 $5~60850-593-9987

for~~~ale din Ma--59 per mn1 h ft r gas
10x20 Metal storage 19sideH Riaforrent 2B'Ai w $od,7
Building wired with + dep 850- 579-4622/
outlets and fluores- 272-7815/ 573-1851 BE YOUR OWN BOSS
cent lights, two win-
dow .s Bidin~guis in 3/H2 8350-$Cq5. etth 12 midnight to 6 AM.
chase price would be Mar. No pets. 850- MUSt haVe~ dependable
$2,500, asking $1,000. 258-1594/638-1171
serious inquires only Apartments- 3/2 MH for rent, tranSp~ortation, minimum
3al u- 7 9895 or Ufrihd 2W t rsog eai cl. liability insurance &
Ceramic: Tile, Wood opt.5-9-19Valid driver's license.
18n Beib ,chsied e/amo de-e ape nn2for aio.
approx. 39398140 sq. ft. posit. 850-482-5134 petnsmkes. n $45 +:i $450i -a'
$300, 334-393-9681 )~ 111~dep 850-718-8158 0ebanfllotn
u t tr~~in Duplex/Triplex oe, HS application at the
220 volt 17 1/2" in- 2/U2 Duplex irl Grand Duplexes, Apts, Jackson Counlty Floridan,
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B40 4- d 6250 me rN 3 FORD'055005LE," W -a5 Or Ci a 5 pr 300 7,TI '1410k x9 5 Cr ,1. mi4e KnnODS5,500.
Slides uxe Refrg gr6ectDcon 41K sales.com dCa IS amcojrn. 8a 0 I L 19190W.M. NISSAN '06 Altima,
Convection/ Micro, system $11.500 080 eman -4 Honda '02 HX 99K www.westmaincar Blue, Sedan. Auto.4-
02 Chaparral Ski King Bed., Fireplace, 334 695-3550 Chrysler '95 Sebrig, miles, $4500 080 sales.com cyl.61,000, Loaded, camera '72 Dragcar,
Boat, 99 brs, 4.3L V6, 2 A/C, Washer/ Dry- Four Winds'99 FORD '06 F 150 5 er- sunroof Ithr 2DR 05-542-2700 runs well, sunroof, 477 CI big block,
19 lar ep% er, carefree Awng, Motor- home. 34ft. Cab 5.4 V8 IoadeT tedCda I 0- 17 LEXUS SC 400, 4.0 very clean, Like new. g ow 0 -
17,000, 334-726-2081 Mnote /taar 2 ti 2 1 0 I t0ary Chrystler '05 Cross HI le0 hAccord EX, V8, s gtrheeart Looks $15,500. 334 333-4655. 909d9a31s, eyes. 850-
14 FT Aluminum warranty fire Convertable 12k roof, very nice, 12cd changer, cold .
w/trailer, Mercury ble 4/ Chairs, 2 Player-Ref- /Frez miles, auto, white, $10,500.334-726-1215. ac, new tires, moon F,- 85 Silverado
Motor $700 687-2417 Leather Rediners, w/Ice maker, Water HONDA '08 FR sport. j 9arW.M mint cond.black top' Honda 05' Accord EX. roof, wheels, full pwr Com letely restored
1999 17 foot Alumi Coach w/ chase. heater, hydraulic S.Iver, 5-spd. 4-c 2 St 699- 5880 515,900 850-209-4416 4-dr. 33K mi. $5,500., 239-464-0985 Exce ent condition
craft, 50 HP Mercury, $57,000, jacks, convection- WD. L ne www.westmaincarsales.com Goki. tinted L.ncoln 88' Towncar NISSAN '06 Altima, 350 Engine $10,000
trailer, trolling mo. 334-714-2406. /microwave oven $1 750. 333-7555. BMW 545i sedan, 4 w.ndows.clean; 5.1500 OBO 334-702- Blue, Sedan. Auto. 4- Firm (334)389-0554
tor, depth finder, live 1995 Travel Trailer slide out.525,500 door, loaded, V8 su- moon r o..r 5.I 3 sons al:,;,. evI 61.000. Loaded
well.$4500 334-312^ cold AC, excellent 334-718-0460, 718- ts ishi 'OC6rRaider per clean, 47K miles, 334 79.5 1370 Lm<.oln 96' Towncar ..s AM. .ms. *9 I -
0114 cond., $4000 negotia- 0793 Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K warranty.$29.995. Honda '06 Accord, 1998 mi. Loaded ':Ir:-an. Laid Gen
2003 CONTENDER 36' ble.334-393-1558 Monoco Knight'06, $14,500.334-791-0646 334-701-5550 berg .may CI..In ants wars 53,500.334. 5 5.5130 30 3D 2655
F 9 Rou sF ec no nPd D see524 liTem,73 0 Pontiac'01Montana' 3Com ttde or r. j0 790 2555
machme, center con- new bed, slide out & mi, many upgrades all power, rear A/C,7 WTh4 Victo Red, SI3,1250bo 91 4190
sole. 334-685-2297 canopy, great condi- 5159,700. 850-866- passenger, good Like New, Honda '06 C vic. Gra? N stan 'OS AItsma. GM '72 Chevelle
2008Fisher1754, tion.$9,000.334-797- 2774 condition.$4500.334- Warranty.$38,750.* 4dr.aic.5sp.power. ware.' ra irrterior, Supersportsfront
40hp mercury, 4. 1272 299-3378 or 618-7101 (334-@78-2131 69.500 mi.. Good 93E sunroo1, a loywheets, clip Red, 2-dr. hard
stroke, mtr guide, Tioga Arrow827ft Nissan'07 Altima maleage & condition. 26K miles. 517.000. top Needs work.
trolling mtr, Hum- h t mo col. BMW '98 325CI 87K 2.5SL, Black, 34,200 511,500. 334-243 4166 334 693-0830 Great proj car $4,500.
mingbird 565, TAC' PC.w.brakes & steer $8,995 W.M. Car mi., bose stereo, Honda '07 Civic MAZDA 08 MX5 334-774-2825.
4-T8 MOpi011ve well' ) mg. At C. AM F M. CHECK Sales LLC 1919 W.M. m reorof spoi r, nea gua ones n iebrie. MB 1939 GazeHe kit .
24 ft. Pantoon 85HP milesFair cond.Has 0177 THE St. 334-699-5880 clean, Like new. tem, DVD player, 26K 6-spd. Loaded, low car runs and looks
$7,500. OBO 334-355- leak dama e. 56000. I www.westmaincar 520,500 obo, 334-372- mi., black, $13,000 miles, Like new. 6eat. $3,750. 334-
3008. Carriage Cameo '05 850 526 28 0. CLASSIFIEDS sales.com 0702 or 334-432-0302. 786-223-2278. $22,000, 334-692-4322 6-1694
32ft. 3 slides. 2 A, C,
'97 Bayliner Cabin 5.5 K Generator. .
Cruiser 23 ft,10w loaded. no smoke, no - . I
er, excel. cond. pd nets, E> c. Cond.
$40Kwillselifor 538.500.334-714..1001 48. .
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Alumacraft 06' 16 ft. [ ,n.
w/50 Yamaha/GPS ,3 ,>0. 3N 194-8897
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Bass Tracker '09 Pro 32Ft. I i.e new.
16, 30hp mercury mo- 9 p 334. -,93.
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spl mtr, troll mtr., 347-4626/333-0309. P/OBSO Call Gail "GM Un& illlig$ 1881
fish finder, trailer, REDUCED ten Hm: 482-5424: 100% Financing WAC Next Tohantees(br1110 90 a [gggp gI g "B08titifIC8ti011 Canine Groottling
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Moomba 98' Ski Boat Etah h OL8TSa cpo7 Nadina Excavator Natu I Stone 1 5X1n m$700250 *FOle 30771 Carpentry/Painting
wake tower & speak- Dodge 2500, 6.7 L Die Hm: 592-4001 Dump Track 6' Ta $1, Instalhitions .
ers $9,000. 334-714- sel w/ sliding hitch. Call: 557-1889 Bulldozer Adhesive Enclosed 4X6V $1,250 KItS General Repairs (850) 482-2194
9658. $51K. 334-791-4192 Grout SX8V $1,500 Local v Owned FR/liam H. L Jr. By Appointment only

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excellent driver. nas atd:19-98and/or construction 30 days after the first ITIME SPECIFIED, YOU
matching traile!r.3 A A 0 DodgCe Ram P/ 4X4 wil:. LFI4711 supervision of water publication, if any, MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL
$15,00.50-82 632 AMAA'06or hevoletX4 illtreatment plant fa- on Florida Default RIGHTS AS APARENT
850-596-8475 Roadstar 1700cc, pay cash 850-849- TOWN OF cilities, wastewater Law. Group, P.L., TO THESE CHILDREN.
Black, Motorcycle. 7002 Nancy. CA PELO treatment plant fa- Plaintiff's attorney,
5000 miles. Vance Mieriiede '05 MlL:n r isa, F0 s REQUEST FOR cilities, gravity col- whose adrs sWTESm hnds
MUST $si~YHarleDison 8O Hines Exhaust Sys- tan, SUV. Auto. 6-cyl. FodunJlsvyurr ISdR6EDFU100, ep UALIFICATIONS action ssatsemwa ve-9eCorpsrate Laoke ~edrktdfsseldthCoure
PONIAC- 6 GO c erbl k,6-sd. te.4 elmtsand AW 4,00, oaddMUST SELL, runs transmission s stem, Tampa, Florida Ithis 1st day of Sep-
Ocelet cndtio. 3 m. oadd. gel cushion. One Power steering, CD, great 18K ml. black, Pursuant to section wtr dsruio 33 4,and file the Itember, 2009.
$20,000 OBO. BLUE Like new. $16,600, owner, garage kept. A/C, AM/FM, stereo, ~ STA $5,500 obo. 287.055, Florida Stat- s~tem, pumsta- utorgnl with thi
WHITE. (334)389-0554 334-726-6799* Like new. $9000. 334- runs well, low miles, ~ 3 4-671-3772. utaes,p lheoTownto o n5ste, exmp sans oion, l Cor ithe beor DLERAO
HI era GIde C 8csl, 61-83 e tht sin o. RD 7 VBlonwe b32. ;:lf ednginern 5omans rt gongi- atreby ormdi CERRK OEF CIRCUIT
720 4Wes ler 4430 .ln 7 -k nrwu ouo ,mp-, 35 n 4 Ife osubm e a calr a wat) tha fater 1h 0AN ,CUNTY
miles red, c pan vhe er s arrny $7,500 334-00 130092 Tour fuel inject gup ook od. $2,50000. cat o te"RQ) nei r Setehiate la w is e WITN ESS my llAKO handTY
$70e -e, 5-es 9 15 ,00 695 40614 -43 edk custo seat's, 334-735-5404 qaicto to beo g 'ern nge serieer ad teonseed gi16 N OTIC FSL
leae esag Harley Davidlson'96 rus control,3 load-- GMC'7 '104 Canyon X- e varieous Selection of per-mngl-dy of Sethe mber, PURSUcAdkNT
'92olwlni 5 1 3K mrilies, greatni $745.,34-14401 Nis07V~a Pahine ~ Buy!. $20 or w ne i e s ons an a hs ned b ns a rordlanel I pdn etio D PARTY IVE
*~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~ae 2500 miles. 58.500. ro ef enw uaa,46,Dal norte r inupiig Negtiaionct". B:BreryHthr trg aclt c
miles, re334-796 817- 517,500.334334 897-582 Towr Pkg/ owe trail-- GMC'9$5 du p tuck caontrcs, t oeP b ~e Deputy ClsT e rk my pad tar 83 ute
$&ru~n:~t. OT 15 h, -41 ah cuto LT 5 na d 7 mi.- 3475400 4 g1 o ethp' o ve t n e th d rclt ol31 Lel4619 th atAt ts~o
Great cond.g 55200.y loaded,'If nav.cdtollod $30,90 Loaed Buy seert 34-997incld pannng dob ursuan tof lawne. INCuRCUT COURT fcs lity, wOill hFave
334714-2978.d~w ite 33433360 orkgeaw/00 sg! vad/ r con Phs e select ed o engi.da o UVNLDISION.b e llgil for sellt e
hOb a3aed top annK 2ean 01' e ts .and as n- bee ung f nrns oo1120 9 ets CAthe fol
a~~naxraide I3 nies, 8.900 sli0,33-1-00 ~~'0 ahides, sharp. Call for lection system Stae of Flcoridac STT O LOIA 2:Ters HIl
mi~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~81 $795.9-83 231th Ma ba eg-dtis uySprt F~esign, wate Twa Wtr weo reqirda byt B25: Carrie Work
',L :~ ~I ahpeSB,500.Son, 1541our, Auo 38 Ihp v'0 g. d eral o 99 l Ro li transmission s tem I8.05 IEgnr Ng THEr INERS OF: C6:r Bryae Dais ie Sj
Harle Davidson 'OSe wi. th e d isc 50, ord pk0, $54,9 .h e 74-dr.8 cre water dirst ori t ion s * CASei E NO.:t 07-013-D
Sportster 1200 cus. Chevy 0 7 Ta nce, 334 79 2-6L018 Offersl 334-805-4906. system, pump sta By:Bn Lrl4704 The sale of contentsAct
bakHrdtal Mitanc urens poe. Ra V.gB.I 338 -lio tr L . stormwa toer fr en irm o CO d~URT a? OF F161 THEt 2009. aiv S
334-70snd 92-9988ded v.334-00 Lode ate, orert email:-98 sgetcn ical,/o aM-u'~ CIA CIRCUI GeneCITO T Wilfer & cot
648-2425y jeet riesterDgmil Value. 334-62-0 Key 2572a 6, 00.s1 en eye.I N O AKON NTC FATO yRln, nr
comforpicurs & Chey Taiblaer 8 FrmEqup.700AII ervie are teto b ee 'n COUNTY FLORIDA. (SEC.9.01B FS) nt f h
Harey'0 Dya id d ietis$680 080r black, LS 31 m. / LsslonPenu c- -9 erado. 080.lw 334 peform ited telyp-e5 CIVnty I esd .IDCA ACTIONT Ll4715u
Glideride blu/slver 33-7-3 8 &Ra arEc Cn.er$8 600 Olyds 53ar.00 mills. sons prop" syt t d DIVISIO N: The ICStaeo f Fo rid4
520 ils.9,00 HND -0 Metro.. $1500033479191 Lsston, Peanhut 38pic Onels OwnSer. mac- 673-4630 lign os't teate" fis torl~ OSHUA HFFOWRID, NOZTICE OF
334-56-164 poitanScooer. ord 92 E lorr, e $100.72-466* ulte.34-79-009 govrnmgthe rac-CAS : 322008 r s r Ten terd UBLI AL
Aus ~rmen'ce l 4-n4-t08.h $80ot 7798 enth 2jsr r80,3idV op / bswbaduto'99 CNCbS tBL*POOA SBI-CTEC HOM nown. "e1c r
milesodle Like riew. Fbrd.O '98Exporer 714:9-2850 or33-99 eedsl some wor. 4 PickpRedA ,8cyl* SIOtN~t 1 You anre heTreby noti 83.09 Anytime Self
RoadKin Policea, Maigtaic y rello w 05 a/p readyg, shelter ke~pt. 350 1-~ En e 70 ldean, warranty* of8 Counci Prsien its. fie n h ora cnenso tef
2 0m o W ., m2 3 4d.18. GMC'9 Jimm 4x4* 1050 3 804- 443 80 9-22 $995 3-9-60\ad n DAIF MORI et TrREET naDI ou ofN PaIwinunit
HARLEY Daidson '03 OD 0 B 00* 12x36taprei Reletadial D ump Traile~r $13,900 much morer MUS Ad Cmblio, F Dfnato) earmn f hpw
Road-ing, 95".34 s a e blac silver 6-p.L wm es S B, 69141 3-67 E* 90. 3 7- 22 ntaln 3:00 PM re an Fmiies a.
2, &42 seuiy po 4cl16 ie, ACuto, AM/FM2014 CD 5851_ $6,o SuPle0n seoriesIa NDOTICOFACTION lOicensed TIO chl~iaigThle p Ib or pdsat
Lik ne, f includes Hev Duty Newce leahe sets.:e SPOUSE ,FOF DANI (EL Storage LLC 385
Harley'O DyavWidso '7 rding gear $10,80.00 Jeep'0LS1Km./ Grand Ch r- n $1,0033-70-89 p c av. b Slrus ra, alum. pRF No. TOWN OF: MOR ISON/K/ You Sare heeb nlo- w. 0 Mrana
Roadein Clas/sicve, BO334-76556 oke iraoredo. Bonze r~lS).~i tooly bov.]C 1 m5., CAPE LLTON CON- T HrE REAA CUT tice tOhat an ARdvio FL t :0a on c
Exc mel. 67 00 miles, w/0 gray~ leather, 34719148 Visltn anstpcc $1,700ne.344562 Nissan 67 609'TtnS SULTNG SaENIER LAS T KNOWN8 pry Hearing wil beoer 16th 2009
334-396 -81 394 9o ia S oes er Od00 8255 hav olet '9ed.nver- .176Hd m 6d .817 Nr~ rr d d ej m n a t oom d. 32 3 t u g m h:E a s t
9003a49-337 rd9 122KReaytotave Dodg'9Rm150 okotsoed60Ptthe pa-Com-C 8 URRENT rentt uduiiacoj 11CrcS10
HrU1EY96ofTil orihylolw 796-5421atet $3,000u~~e. 334-]01-5516 Xcab $55 ow, % lbiner;U~ runnng ds nuiniteterg atADRES:NKOW cit at te Jaksn~udrlrd t
Custom,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~ners Dayligh Ac $25,ee on.pauivrtrf~dV~p/bsbt,99 080~bshr 714-1142 2336-CAS HwyE 2. ounty cortoue "dS ROStiffS...a
milsLie Mojor~'s otorr, reaycoote 34-run t ookinncigoo.180 YOUp.e~uq FI ARE NOTFIE 4445t Lafayette01
'05,200i, Bue,470-6509am9pm TERNG '5 Ti-A i ve FOR INOR ATION thatr ant actio toe Stree Marianna,
HrarleyDavidson~q 07 $1650asr 850- 258-1638uf Dumb Truck $47,00 For Ifrmaio onfrds otaeFoid fa, o~ dn th 1 th 1. Ue bldC typ .9
Road King Custom, suzuigh '07oo Kigq ad Jeep -02 -70 Wran ler to X,00 Fol Cey 33 5aio U ooleeahr 6914, 3-8-ther qule s Cn r nthe following da ofie iN ovember, 6 ilsllh
30,00 mi.Loaed. hike mlke ne, 140 m. Co. 060m9em WD.d 44Kte Great cond rayintbed ext.0 Toyoan 03 acomany 850-263-4535. County Florida 9:00 t A.M. (T) ecnet ftef
new! ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ $00 33lways~8 coee 4 $ 0 1-10 6 r1Koo 596-3182 9983-9. prerunnera dbca, V-w BANEGI ATRI ,tTHE You avethen riof 3.Sart yownur iith h
sleat w ho ckret. 8203474 -18 .M '1im ha xrop Chyse 93-4-57 Voagr 3 Cd5,70 mpbell rn, r2 .b S ro SHCON ucrenta.Rgt in~ f benthaie
win ,0 : rus74-66 control 36. m V6.4i auto, seat 84 serve the right to, NORTHy RANGE 11 te ofSCour t o will #ap- ats
mufflers. ~~lumnu $15.995 515,500. E2c Cotd power, nm/f cass. rejec C a ny orlln Fro WeESdaT, ) JAKSN poitmnt c ouslfoyu 4.l Abbe vit slitea
334-ing 393-0064 bac~iler -sd Sa m r 334 69332 33- 19- ne tre, NOW67 3E $LweO posals0 w4~nn it or0 wih CONY L RIDA at d thshariing uo
515. $975OBO85-59- Frd 003F20 Dese Toota'0 4 r Dl ot ause; towalve THENC RUNs NORTHil'b thedeerinaio o

910,5amh '2Ratr ina00m 334-8350 i nw nld 93 tlt rie F D g'61453 brakes Powq ste r- In tehe ats e T HEG INT OFN B uE* t Court ior. to 6. I ncldethe pie of
HARLEY ~~~ ~Hev DAVDSO 660, fulljIodep wihJeLbet,04 V.GC'8SaanhH ig it CusHr Town Sof S F ime'E Sthrae, item yo ai el
'08fe 1200 Sportst r accg essri, ridicu- top0lrndhr van20.347089 leatherrl~jm Bed Cove w/ Liner Capeltn TOGETHE NWTHA YOUR FAILRE Teeb O-wy 0 ai
ECusto, 1f08 miles, losl clean &et r fas, /WCrise, CD,00 power8- Qbe, 2 I TV u:7d:; j~;'s~ 7ol o.1S A/C AMFM LikeELT MO BILHE ES A.HOMELO- PESO aNAL A Pvs- F. (js white pam o c,
warranty, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 81,70 Like5-02 new.n 33-0-86 GetCniin eycen aienw$5509 Firm, 1. SLINTRODUCTIONER CATEDn THEREO AS PEAR AT THIS
$9,200, 8434702-77. YAMAHAk '08 V V-sar AFX eo ed!$,9.34-34 4-63 h tnst A FXTRE ADA-AVIOYHAIG agrtp adgahc
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