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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: October 8, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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police he threatened to shoot her if she didn't
stop talking. At that point, she said, he held a
pistol to her head and continued to pull her
hair.
Police charged Leslie with aggravated bat-
tery on a pregnant victim and aggravated
assault with a firearm arising from that
alleged incident.
In an alleged incident on Feb. 25, 2009,
involving a third woman and the children she
and Leslie shared, Leslie was charged with
armed robbery, armed burglary, three counts
of kidnapping and two counts of child abuse.
Accordmg to police reports, Leslie alleged-
ly went to the woman's home around 3 a.m-
and began hitting and kicking her. He alleged-
ly produced a silver handgun and told the vic-
tim he would 1411 her. As a result of the noise
being made, the two children awoke yd
came into the kitchen, where the altercation
was allegedly taking place.
See CHARGES, Page 5A >


BY DEBORAH BUCKilALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Marianna Fire Deparpnent
is taking its old Engine 43 out of
service soon and donating it to
the Chipola College Fire Science
program.
The Marianna City
Commission approved the
exchange on Tuesday.
The fire department and the
college program, which trains
firefighters, have ha.d a long-
standing partnership.
. The college has given four or
five fire school scholarships each
year to city workers who want to
become -firefighters, or to new
hires who need the training in
order to assume their duties.
The city, in turn, has lent the
college all manner of equipment
to aid in training'
The city department is getting
a new truck soon to replace
Engine 43, which is a 1991
inodel. Fire Chief Byron Belinett
thought first of Chipola when it
was time to decide what to do
w e haes 01a Workforce
Development Dean Bud Riviere
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Marianna City
Commission adopted new water
rates at its meeting Tuesday.
The rates; were last amended in
2005, and are based on the size of
the meter.
Since 2005, the base rate for a
5/8-inch or 3/4-inch meter was
': d threertaetewtent
charge went from $18.15 to $20.
The base rate for all other size
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER .
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Marianna power customers
will likely se a 13.8 percent rate
increase beginning in January of
next year. The Public Service
Commission is expected to rgle in
November or December on the
requested increase.
im s an example of t potential
the basic electric bill of a cus-
tomer who uses 1,000 kilowatt
hours.per month, would go from.
$135.71 to $155.60. This does
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Marianna City
Commission on Tuesday voted to
increase the fee it charges for
inspecting new buildings to
ensure fire code compliance.
The fee is based on the square
footage inspected.
The current charge is three-
cents per square foot. The city
approved hn increase to 10 cents
per square foot.
Before the change, a 1,500
square toot bililding ivould gener-
ate a fee of $45.
After the change, the same
structure will generate an inspec-
tion fee of $150.
It will not affect current busi-
nesses or residential properties
unless they expand their struc-
tures in the future.
City officials pointed out that
Jackson County charges 12 cents
per square foot for its fire code
inspections, and also charges
additional fees for structures with
sprinkler heads, with the cost
determined by how many sprin-
kler heads the building contains.
City officials said they didn't
think Marianna's increase would
be significant enough to deter a
business from coming here on the
basis of the charge.


industrial park, Russell Apparel.
Both proposed names will come back to the
commission for final approval.
In other news from the city meeting, com-
missioners presented Ice River Springs a key
to the city.
-Site manager T.J. East accepted the key,
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She said she was paying for fuel she
purchased when Leslie approached
her, spit in her face and cursed her.
The woman said she informed Leslie
that she was pregnant, and that he
then pushed her, causing her to-lose
her balance.
In that incident, he was charged
with aggravated battery.
nthbny Marianna police also charged him
lie with additional offenses related to an
alleged incident involving a different
woman a few days later, on Nov. 25 of that
year.
According to a statement given to police by
the trictim, she and Leslie were at a local
motel when he became angry because she
wouldn't answer a question. The woman told
police Leslie slapped her in the face. She told
him she was pregnant and asked him to stop,
she said in, her statement,. but he started
pulling her hair and shoving her head into a
pillow so that she could not breathe. She told


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER


A Greenwood man arrived at the
Jackson County jail a day after he
turned 27 to face multiple charges
stemming from alleged incidents in
2008 and earlier this year.
Kevin Anthony Leslie is charged
with armed robbery with a firearm, Kevin A
two counts of child abuse, three Les
counts of kidnapping, armed burgla-
ry, felony battery, two counts of aggravated
assault with a firearm, two counts of aggra-
vated battery on a pregnant victim, grand
theft, and failure to appear on a charge of bat-
tery
According to the complaints against Leslie,
his troubles started in November 2008.
On Nov. 10, authorities say a Marianna
police officer was called to a residence on
Yost Street, where a woman recounted an
alleged encounter ivith Leslie at a local store.


Chipcila Coll 's Martin Fowler reluctantifreturns the ks to the fire truck that the Marianna Fire
Department w soon donate to Chipola. Marianna Fire cief syron Benriett, left, brouGht the truck to
Chipola for an inspection Wednesday. Mark Skinner /'Floridan


See HIKE, Page.5A,


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER .
FLORIDAN STAFF WRrrER
As Jackson County Health Department pre-
pares to built a new home at the site of the old
Sykes call center, .county Health* Director
William Long wants the old entrance lane
renamed from Sykes Boulevards to something
that will reflect the new mission.


The Marianna City Commission gave its
blessing Tuesday to his plan to hold a renam-
. ing contest. And the commission Avent one
%tep further.
It wants him to do the same thing for
Russell Road, the main stretch leading from
Caverns Road to the entrance Imle.
Russell Road was also named for a busi-
ness which has since.moved out of the city's


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Man faces multiple charges City


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Contest to rename industrial park streets


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Trent Sayyeau and. Trey
Davidson get thrown
through the air with the
greatest o ease as they o
for a whirl cm a ride at te
Jackson County Fair
Tuesday night. Mark
Skinner / Floridan


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Monday
Cooler weather settles in
. for Columbus Day.


THE SUN AND MOON


Sunrise:


6:39 AM


. Covenant Hospice offers training for new
volunteers, 10 a.m. to noon at the Marianna
* branch, 4440 Lafayette St., Suite C. The work-
shop is free and open to the public. Food,
drinks provided. To register call 482-4820.
The 19th Annual Neel Reunion starts at 10
a.m. at Lake Seminole Park in Sneads. Bring
photos and your favorite covered dish to
share. Call 593-4474.
The Eighth Annual Warner's Reunion
starts at 10:30'a.m. at Jim's Buffet and Grill in
Marianna. Buffet lunch at noon. All former
employees invited.
*The Pumphrey-Ellis Reunion is at noon at
the Providence Baptist Church in. Grand
Ridge Bring*a covered dish. Call 557-0727.
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 chicken, vegetables,
casseroles, salads, deserts, rolls, tea, coffee.
Take-out available. Call 579-4482, 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
a collection of stories and songs. Festival-
style seating; bring lawn chairs/blankets.
AA has an open meeting Saturdays,4:30-
5:30 p.m. at First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in AA room.
The Jackson County Fair is Qct. 6-10.
Gates at 5 p.m.; midway rides at 6 p.nt. Gate
admission: $5 per person all week; babies in
arms get in free. Armbands available. Free cir-
Bus oil the midway. Saturday: Sun burst
Beauty Pageant at 1 p.m. Call 482-3744.

October 11 Sunday -
I Can Grow Inc. presents Fall-Farm Days
through Oct. 31 Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.
to dusk; and Sunday, 1 p.m. to dusk at
Majestic Oak Farm, 2035 Palmview Road in
Opttondale. Daily: Apple bobbing; orchard
tours (school/chtirch groups welcome).
Weekend: Pedal cart rides, fishing, cider mak-
ingdemosbarbequeandathervedorshorse
drawn wagon tides ($10; childreli under 2
free) and tractor-pulled hay rides ($7; chil-
dren under 2.ftee). Call 352-4879.
Blue.Springs Society, CAR, and the
Chipola Junior American Citizehs Club meet
at the Caverns Road Church of Christ in
Mariantia, 1:30 p.m. for a program, about
Orvills and Wiibur Wright and details on JAC
programs/contests. Before the meeting,
Q.A.R. Kids Helping Kids Committee mini
bake sale to help children with cancer. Call
209-4066; e-mail snoopyxii60@hotmail.com.


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 then\ up the day of
the program. Program cost: $15 per person,
includes reference materials, lunch and door
prized. Call 482-9620, or e-mail jackson-
mg@ufl.edu.
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 prizes). Call
482-9620, or e-mail jackspnmy@ifas.ufl.edu.
The Better Breathirs Club meets 2-3 p.m.
in the Hudnall Medical Building of Jackson
Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive, Marianna.
Guest speaker: Dietitian Matthew Dallefeld,
MSRD. presentlMJJ. "Nuttitibnal: Facts fdr
Better Breathers." FrIends, caregivers wel-
come. Call 718-2849.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
11ang-ups in a safe environment" every Friday
at Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.rh. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 .p:m., with praise, live
worship music, testimonies, fellowship. Child
care available. Call 209-7856 or 573-1131.
AA has an open meeting Fridays, 8 to 9
p.m., at the First United Methodist Church,
2901-Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.

October 10 Saturday
The Seventh -Annual Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office Classic Car and Street Rod
Shoveis 8 a.m.-1 p.m. at Xtreme Motorsports,
a mile south of Blountstpwn on US Highway
71. Free to spectators. Games and activities
for the, kids. Car registration fees; $20 early,
$25 day of the show. Car registration is4-10
a.m.; awards at 1 p.m. Awards for top.40
entries and nine special awards. Prolleeds
from the show benefit the Christmas for the
Cilildred program. Call 88( 613 7757, or e-
mail tshoemake@calhounsherificom.
The Artists.Guild of Northwest Florida
presents a Digital. Photography Workshop
with PhotoNaturalist Bill Boothe, 10 a.m.nfo
4:30 p.m. at the Russ Hbuse (Jackson County
ChaMber of Commerce), corner 6f Lafayette
and Russ Strpet' in Mariana. Registration
required. Fee: $45 classroonlynd phdio ses-
sierts; $35 classrooMsession only.; $5 dis-
count for Guild members.


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
4403.
The Graceville Garden Club, hosts the
District II Fall Meeting at the Graceville Civic
Center. Registration is 8:30-9 a.m. .
The Jackson Blue Spring Basin Working
Group meets in the Continuing Educatfon
Building Conference Room it Chipola College.
Pf6S6018ti0ns 9 a.m. to 1 p.m: Call 718-2761,
ext. 3248, or e-rnail tidwella@chipola.edu.
Parents ahdi students' are invited tora
Project Gradtiation meetifig for the class pf
2010, 5 p.m. in the Marianna High Sihool
library. Call 573-2049 or 209-0166.
The Jackson County Fair is <)ct 6-10.
Gates open at 5 p.m midway rides start at 6
p.m. Gate adttlissiorf is $5 per person all
week; babies in arms get in free. Arm bands
available. Free circus on the midway nightly.
Thursday: Breeding Cattle Show at 1 p.in.;
Steer Show at 6 p.m. Call 482-3744.
The Grand Ridge Town Council's regular
monthly meetingistarts'at 6 p.m. in the Grand
Ridge Town Hall. .
Alcoholics Anonymous meets Thursdays
fOr a "closed discussioni" 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
100m. Attendance is limited to persons with a
desire to stop drinking.

October 9 Friday ,
Cottondale Elementary School and
00tt0ndale High School's early release time is
1.p.m. Friday, Oct. 9, for Homecoming. Buses
will pick up students at that, time. The
Homecoining Paradd is at 2:15 p.m.; the foot-
ball game 1) at 7 p.rd..
The Jacksoili (oupty Fair is Oct. 6-10,
GateS Open at 5 p;m,; Midway rides start at 6'
p.m. Gate admission is $5 pet personally
week; babies in arms get in free. Arm bands
available.free circus pn the midway nightly.
Call 482-3744.
Marianna's Gqthering 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. Call 526-4561.
Today is the registration deadline for the
Third Annual Jackson County Master
Gardeners Daffadil Bulb Program and Sale,
which W.ill be.Saturday, Oct. 10, 10 a.m. to 1


FLQRIDAN
Publisher Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jofloridan.com
Managing Editor- Michael Becker
mbecker@jcfloridan.com
Circulation Manager- Dena.0berski
doberski@jcfloridan.com
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MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Oct. 6,
the, latest available report:
One dr(mk pedestrian, one
traffic accident, one stolen
vehicle, one reckless driv-
er, one suspicious vehicle,
three suspicious persons,
one mentally .ill person,
two disturbances, four bur-
glar alarms, three larceny
complaints, one trespass-
ing complaint, two
found/abandoned property
reports, one assist of
another agency, three pub-
lic service calls, one war-
rant served, 18 traffic
stops, one disabled vehicle
and one 911 hang-up.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the


paraphernalia, contributing
to the delinquency of a .
minor).
. Christian Clayton, 38,
2433 Second St.,
Cottondale, violation of
state probation (aggravated
' stalking).
Anthony Cooklin, 25,
4457 Farfax Road,
Marianna, sentenced to 60
days.
Glenn Dutzy, 18, 3439
Old U.S. Road, Marianna,
possession of controlled
substance. .
Kevin Leslie, 27, 1171
Walton Road, Hephzibah,
Ga., failure to appear (bat-
. tery), armed robbery with a
firearm, grand theft, felony
battery, armed burglary, .
two counts of child abuse,
three counts of kidnapping,
two counts of aggravated
assault with a firearm, two
counts of aggravated bat-


following incidents for
Oct, 6, the latest available
report: One abandoned
vehicle, four alarms, two
animal control complaints,
one assist of another
agency, two civil disputes,
one criminal mischief
complaint, .four distur-
bances, one
drug investi-
gation, four tr. 9 6
escorts, one a Jt-T' L'
gar bage di ME
complaint, c *---------
one larceny .
complaint, two noise com-
plaints, tivo mentally ill
persons, one patrol
request, one prowler, two
public service calls,, one
sex offense, two stolen
vehicles, eight suspicious
incidents, three threats,
two traffic accidents, six
traffic stops, two trans-
ports, six warrant arrests


and one reckless driver.
.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACULTY ..
The following people
were.booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods; :
-.David Ray, 33, 11223
Temple Road, Seminole,
no valid driver's license,
hold for Pinellas County.
Wallace Russ, 31, 4277
St. Andrews St.,
Greenwood, aggravated
battery.
Jay May, 35, 916
Tennessee St., Lyno
Haven, liold for Bay
County.
David Riley,. 22, 2634
Obert Road, Cottoadale,
violation of county proba-
tion (possession of less
than 20 grams of marijua-
na, possession of drug


tyry on a pregnant victim.
Dennis Whitehead, 33,
209 Mill Road, Cottondale,
aggravated assault with a
vehicle.
'-- Kelsey Dunston, 22,
2824 Hawk St.,;Marianna,
violation of coiinty proba-
tion (affray).
Carlton Key, 29, 2615
Wynn St., Marianna, viola-
tion 6f conditional release
(battery domestic vio-
lence).
Thomas Sylvester, 27,
4323 Woodberry Road,
Marianna, violation of
court order.

JAIL POPULATION: 219

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5000.
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kilC director Robert Freeman did
not violate an agreement with the
American Civil Liberties Union that
teachers are not .allowed to lead
prayer groups.
The two men were accused of
violating the agreement by blessing
the food at an athletic banquet that
may have been attended by students.
Pastor Eaton will talk about the
Lay-Freeman trial and the meaning


served as pastor of the Mt. Olive
Baptist Church in Bonifay for 10
-years, and began his ministry at
West Pittman Baptist Church in
May 2005.
The meeting will be at noon on
Tuesday, Oct. 13, at Jim's Buffet
and Grill in Marianna. Questions
and comments will be accepted
from the audience. All are welcome,
regardless of political affiliation.


of what has come to be known as the
"separation of church and state" in
the Constitution. He' will explain
why believes the First
Amendment's "Congress shall
make no law respecting and estab-
lishment of religion..." has come to
mean that all references to religion
in government institutions and
affairs are banned.
Pastor Eaton grew up in Vernon,


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Pastor Eddie Eaton of the West
Pittman Baptist Church of Westville
joins the Republican Club of West
Florida for its next meeting, when
the topic will be the First
Amendment.
On Sept. 17, U.S. District Judge
Casey Rodgers ruled that Pace High
School Principal Frank Lay and ath-


Eddie Eaton


tied with Jane Sangaree and
Dorothy Baxter,
Third place Sara Lewis of
Dothan, Ala., and Ida Knowles
of Headland, Ala.
Fourth place Douglas
Parker of Marianna, and Kurt
Opferman of Dellwood.
Fifth place- Betty Lunsford
of Graceville, and Armin
Kunkler of Bonifay.


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Bridge Club plays bridge on
Monday afternoons in the St.
Luke's Episcopal Church
Parish Hall.
For the week of Oct. 5, the
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hlleonBarwick of Altha, and the sister of Kadin and .
The following night in the Blountstown High School
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of Mai-ianna, June Uhrick of Altha, and Jeff Uhrick and
Gloria of Bristol.
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Cottondale, Dolly Dawson of Blountstown, Sivilla
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Blue Spring Society to meet Oct. 11
The Blue Springs Society, C.A.R.
will meet on Sunday, Oct. 11, to
decide how to best serve the area in
carrying out the state theme of
"Preserving Florida's Waterways." It
will be a joint meeting with the
Chipola Junior American Citizens
Club. The JAC is open to all students
in kindergarten through/ twelfth
grade. The clubs' entry in the JAC
community service competition in
2009 was judged third in the nation.
The program for the meeting on
Sunday will be based on "Reflections
of Independence," the C.A.R. nation-
al theme for this year, and will be
about the beginning of flight. The
DVD The Wright Brothers will be
shown. It is the animated story of
two American bicycle repairmen who
ignored those who said it could not be
done and risked everything to make a
flying machme. .
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Society, C.A.R. Senior President
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County Sheriffs Office Classic Car The show is a contestant-judged $25 day of the show.
and Street Rod Show is set for event and will take place at Xtreme Proceeds from the show benefit the'
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meters stayed" the same. But the to $2. This applies to all users meter charge stayed at $362.25; lons a month," he said. "The And there was another reason.
city raised the per-unit price for and the chargeable gallon count the eight-inch meter base rate increase will be even less than To replacing its many agihg
"multi-family master metered starts with the first gallon used. stayed at $579.65. that for those who use less." water lines, the city signed on
customers," essentially those The charge for a 1 and 1/2- Sewer rates did not change. Dean said the city. had little for a loan/grant package through
who live in apartment complexes inch meter stayed at $36.25. City Manager Jim Dealt esti- choice but to implement the the State Revolving Fund and
or duplexes and use city water. The charge for a 2-inch meter mates that the average consumer increase.. must meet the debt service
The base rate for this class went remains $58.05. The w-inch will pay about $3.50 more per "The water enterprise was involved.
from $7.3() to $9. meter charge is still $108.70. month as a result of the increase. projected to lose $270,000 this The $3 million came in the
The city also raised the per The four-ipch meter charge "We estimate that the average year if it did not change," 'he form of an .85 percent loan/15
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her husband, English L.
Tipton; an infant son, Fred
Lee Tipton; a sister, Juanita

8bason; dN brother,
She xs'suivived by two sis-
Gendeva NeSm
Peadock; nieces Suzanne
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Bob, Marjorie Ann McNeil
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James and Sikes Funeral
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In lieu of flowers, you
may make contributions to
Covenant Hospice, 4440
Lafayette St., Mairiatma,.FL
32446; the American Can-
cer Society, 4001 W. 23rd
St., Panama City, FL 32405;
or your favorite charity.

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napping stem from this
alleged incident, along with
the felony battery, armed
robbery, armed burglary~
and two child abuse
charges.
Leslie remained in the
Jackson County jail as of
late Wednesday.
His .bail was set at
$150,000 for the- majority
of charges, but he was
being held without bond
because of the failure to
appear charge.
According to Major
Donnie Branch of the
Jackson County Sheriffs
Office, Leslie was arrested
on the local charges after
unrelated allegations in
another area were resolved.


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Leslie then allegedly
forced the woman and chil-
dren get into her car and go
to\ Marianna with him.
There, at about 3:40 a.m.,
he allegedly made her with-
draw $200 from her check-
ing account using an ATM.
They then went to a local
24-hour store in an attempt
to get more money, but
were unsuccessful. From
there, they went to a gas
Station.
By this time, Leslie had
calmed down, and allowed
the victim to drive them all-
back to her residence. The
. . victiin's statement.indicates
.. Leslie took her cell phone
. and left in another car.
The three counts of kid-


addition to the program.
"It's in perfect working order," he said.
"It may be nearing the end of ith useful
life for true emergency service, but boy, oh
boy is it useful to us. It will give our stu-
dents the opportunity to have realistic
trading on modern equipment, to achieve
competency in a wide array of fire fighting
skills. We're :thrilled to have it, and of
course we'll let them borrow it back if they


ever need it in an emergency."
The college will put the engine into
service as soon as the keys are handed
over, Riviere said. It will be delivered
with all the bells and whistles fire appa-
ratus, ladders, lights, a generator, water
pumps and tanks, once the city gets its new
engine.
It, and a new first-responder truck, arp
being purchased by the city through a


USDA 10an/grant. The grailt portion-
comes to $100,000, and the loan to
$216,000. The low-interest loan will be
paid back over a 15-year period.
City Manager Jiin Dean said the first-
responder truck will allow the city to stop
sending fire trucks to medical emergencies
that don't necessitate fire service. Without
a first-responder vehicle, sending a fire
truck has been the only option.


if he'd like to have it for the file program.
"I:said, 'Does a' cat hake climbing
, gear?'," Riviere recalled with ,a laugh.
"This is :the first tilite n e'te ever beeh
given a fire truck. We've been making do
with our old clunker fire trucks which are
at least 15 or 20 years old; I know they've
all been here as long as I have. We're
extremely glad to hiive it. "
Riviere said the truck will be a good


behalf of the city, as the granted
of the franchise.
The provider, Florida Public
Utilities, says the cost is only a
pass-along that will not result in
an) increased profit for the corn-
pany. .
Florida Power also has cus-
tomers along the State Road 71
and State Road 73 business corri-
dors, just outside the city limits,
which will also be affected. Their
customers in Liberty and
Calhoun counties will also be hit.
Buddy Shelley, general manag-
er of FPU's Northwest Division,


appeared before the Marianna
City Commission Tuesday to
explain further. .
The company buys its power
from Gulf Power and pays the
company to transmit it, Shelley
said. Gulf Power, in its turn pur-
chases the power froin Southern
Company, which generates it.
- The majority of the increase,
Shelley said, is a pass-along from
Gulf Power related to the cost of
buying an EPA-required scrubber
on a coal-fired generating plant.
The device helps clean sulphur
dioxide out of the flue gases gen-


Minus the increases made nec-
essary by these factors, and other
Gulf Power-related issiles, the
base customer charge woxild have
remain unchanged, Shelley said.
He also said the compaily is
asking the PSC to reduce the
under-collected costs, which
would bring the merease to cus-
tomers down somewhat. If the
effort is successful, a customer .
using 1,000 kilowatt hours would-
*pay more along the lines of $149,
rather thail $155. n
- City .conunissioners said they
want a representative at a


November PSC meeting in hopes
of convincing the state agency to
act favorably on that request to
lessen the impact on customers.
On the other hand, some city
commissioners saw some poten-
tial positives in the situation.
Some residents may wind .up
switching to natural gas, which
the city provides, potentially giv-
ing the city a larger customer
base of its own.
And the city's franchise fee
will naturally be higher with
higher electric rates, one com-
missioner pointed out.


rated when the company burns
coal. The other large portion of
the increase is necessary because
FPU must recoup a roughly $1.7
million loss it suffered in under-
charging customers last year.
Shelley said charges are always
estimated because of a fluctuat-
ing market. Adjustments are
always made after the true costs
are known, and usually come to
no more than 1 or 2 percent. This
year, though, the fluctuation
included an unanticipated spike
in expenses not accounted for
when customer prices were set.


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and gave the city commission an
-
update on the business as it builds up
in its first year here. It now employs a
dozen people, with plans for more
hires when the operation ramps up to
full speed. He anticipates adding
more near.- workers the first of next
year, he said.
Commissioners praised the compa-

nhe eprpuhngefmenbto edcawlatert2
to community organizations such as

'Ch mJacrkc ond C un he rhambe nof
The commissioners were drinking
free bottled water that night them-
selves, courtesy of the company.
Commissioners also had words of
praise Tuesday for some people
whose sacrifice and risk have helped
the community and the nation
immeasurably veterans of the
anned forces. .
The commission voted to close a
portion of Lafayette Street; for a time
on Nov. 7, so that a Veteran's Day
Parade' can be held that morning.
Commissioners also agreed to bear
all the cost of providing pohce and
othen cost-involved services for the
event. In other matters pertaining to
the pohce, commissioners at the same
meeting approved the purchase of
two new cruisers at a cost of $24,325.
This includes a police package worth
about $5,250. They will be bought on
state contract, and will be Chevrolets.
This is a departure from the current
Ford-heavy flecte
The change was requested by the
police department, which cited


The Jackson County Health Department is planning to hold a contest to
. rename Sykes Boulevard and the Marianria City Commission is suggestinG
that they also rename Russell Road. Both were named for businesses that
no longer operate in Jackson County. The Health Department's new build-
ing will be located in the vicinity of both .roads. Mark Skinner /
Floridan


allow Verizon to erect a communica-
tions tower on city land near its
wastewater treatment plant off Davey
Street.
In exchange, the conipany will pay
an annual lease of $10,400, and has
agreed to leave some space on the
tower for city communications equip-
ment. City Manager Jim Dean said
the city currently has its equipment
on a tower off South Street. The city
will keep it there for now, but he ded-
icated space is good to have available
for future growth and needs, Dean
said.


cheaper prices and better gas mileage
on the models selected. .
The cars will be obtained in a
lease/purchase arrangement with an
anticipated interest rate of just over 3
percent, city officials estimated. At
the end of three years, they will be
paid for and will belong to the city
outright. .
The city cut another deal Tuesday
night that could eventually impact the
police department and other emer-
gency services. In an agreement
begun with Alltel before it merged
with Verizon, city officials agreed to


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"Thzis is the most
~COmplete game we US
pla ed all year."
---Hulnter Nolen,
2MMS coach

ries. Wooden scored from 40


you hurt yourself more than help
when you're that emotional."
The Bullpups clearly passed
that test, and now they'll have to
See MMS, Page 2B >


The Indians .answered on their
second possession of the second
half on a 3-yard TD rim by
Driggers.
Grand Ridge.went for the .two-
point conversion, but Driggers'
pass was intercepted to leave the
Indians trailing by two.
.4 fier a defensive stop, the
See INDIANS, Page.28 >


who was replaced in the line-
upbyColbySimms'
guyWen re dyi nd ww
were outmanned," Graceville
coach Travis Miller said after
the game. "They were just
better than us, but it shouldn't
have been as bad as it was.
"We had a few starters out,
so it went from already being
an uphill battle to us having to
start over as far as guys learn-
ing what to do at certain posi-
See TIGERS, Page 2B >


Hornets hosting


Marianna High school golfer Cameron Oliver
gets ready to attempt a put during a tournament
Tuesday m Bomfay. Contributed Photo


Cottondale Middle School running back~ Prentice .Webb (1)


Lady Pirates


B1 DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTs EDITOR
After suffering their first loss
in three seasons to Riversprings
last year, the Marianna Middle
School Bullpups, and coach
Hunter No1en had to wait patient-
ly for their chance for redemp_
tron.
On Tuesday in Crawfordville,
the Bullpups got it.
MMS easily dispatched of the
Bears 44-8, enacting some
revenge for the Bullpups' only
loss in their last 27 games.
"This is the most complete
game we've played a(1 year,"
IVolen said after the game. "This
is one we had circled on the cal-
ender from day one. Our guys
were fired up all week. It's
redemption for us."
The Bullpups got a huge game
from Derrick Knowles, who
rushed for 168 yards and three
touchdowns on just six carries,
Shaundre McAroy rushed for 185
yards and two scores.
Wooden gave MMS a third
back to go over 100 yards, tally-
ing 137 and a TD on eight car-


Mariann~a Middle School running back Jock Wooden runs with the football during a game earlier this


us in the last four years and the
kids knew it," the coach said.
"They were fired up and ready,
but I was worried they might be
too fired up.
"Sometimes as a young kid


just a perfect game,"ite said.
It's a game Nolen said he was
concerned about, given the emo-
tional level of his players
pregame.
"This was the only team to beat


By DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTs EDITOR
The Grand Ridge Indians saw
their postseason hopes go by the
wayside Tuesday night in Sneads,
falling to Bonifay 14-6.
The Indians fell to 2-2 it confer-
ence play with the loss, meaning
they can't finish in the top two in
the league standings to qualify for
a bowl game.
Grand Ridge is 3-2 overall.
The Indians fell behind 8-0 at
halftime, and had a chance to tie
the game late in the fourth quarter
before being stopped on a 4th-and-
Lat the Bonifay 10-yard line.
Trailing 14-6 with 1:30 to play,
Grand Ridge quarterback Wayne
Driggers fumbled the fourth-down
snap, then was stopped just short
of first down yardage to turn the
ball over on downs.
Bonifay couldn't run the clock
out, however, and the Indians got
thelba bacD Ith sec eft
However, the Indians couldil't
nvertaon a iusa i tamc t
thussealingthewinforBonifay. '
"It was intense, one of the most
tense games ive've played all
year," Grand Ridge coach Ken
Grangersaid after the game.
"The guys stepped up, but it was
too late. .In the first half, the
defense played pretty good, but the
offense wasn't executing like they
normally hire been. We missed a
lot of key blocks and that hurt us."
Granger said there wasn't a large
margin for error against the Blue
Devils, and the Indians siinply


Gracvile'sDeniienElisonruns with the football drna


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDANSPORTSEDITOR .
The Graceville Tigers .fell
to 0-4 on the season Tuesday
night, falling to Roulhac 46-6
in middle' school action in
Chipley.
Roulhac jumped out to a
30-6 halftime lead and coast-
ed to victory in the second
half.
The Tigers were missing
several key starters battling
the flu, including: starting
quarterback Jarret Padgett,


Grand Ridge's ;Darius Williams '(1) carries the football ~while being


weren't consistent enough in their
execution,
"Bonifay is a well-coached
tearn," the first-year Iridlans coach
said. "If you nuss an assignment,
they'll capitalize, and that's what
happened."
Bonifay took its first possession
of the game and drove down for a
touchdown and two-point conver-
sion to take an 8-0 lead.


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Bullpup


beatdown

Marianna Middle avenges loss

with 44-8 win over Riversprings


Indians eliminated from postseason


Tigers: fall ;to Roulh~ac


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Marianna golf tec'\m falls

just short of first win
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIQAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna, High School Bulldogs golf team
traveled to Bonifay Tuesday looking for their first
match win of the season, but came up just a few
points shy of a win.
Holmes County had a team score of 167 to pick
up the win, with Marianna recording a 179.
Chipley did not have a sufficient number of play-
ers to qualify for the match.
The Bulldogs were led by jtinior Tyler "Jabo"
Harris, who shot a 42, followed by junior Cameron
Oliver with a 44.
Senior Alton Stone was on the board with a 45
while sophomore and newcomer to the team Kaidd
Golden shot a 48 to round out the top four Bulldog
golfers.
Harrison Fuqua reported in with a 52 while soph-
omore Zac Davis shot a 54.
The Bulldogs will have another chance at picking
up a win when they host Walton High School at
Indian Springs Golf Course Thursday with a 3:30
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avoid the trap of a letdown performance
agamst Wakulla Oct. 15 at home.
"That's why we're going to keep going
hard at practice and not let up," Nolen
said. "I wish (the Riversprings game) had
been at the end of the year, but we can't
let dgwn. We still have Wakulla and
Florida High and a bowl game.


Satisfied


Tigers.
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2B Thursday, October 8, 2009 Jackson County Floridan


www.JCFLORIDAN.com


By SHELIA MADER
Froma in ConselescoNDI NT

The Sneads Lady Pirates
volleyball team reifiaiti
unstoppable with their lat-
est win coming Tuesday
night in Vernon.
Both the varsity and jun-
ior varsity squads for
Sneads picked up match
wins against the district
rival Lady Yellowjackets.
In varsity action, the
Lady Pirates took game one
25-23 before Vernon forced
overtime and took the game
26-24.
Sneads bounced back to
win games three and four
25-12 and 25-12 to win the

Meagan Smith and
Ashley Smith from the out-
side hitter positions com-
bined for 25 kills while


sophomore Jordan Jackson
racked up 12 kills,
Senior setter Tiffany
Guerra tallied 39 assists for
the night.
Bridgett Dawson led the
way defensively with nine
digs, followed by eight
from Ashley Smith, who
also recorded five ace'
serves while Bridgett
Dawson picked up three.
Meagan Smith and Kara
Alford led the team in
blocks with two each.
The win improves the
Lady Pirates record to an
astonishing 17-2 with a
perfect 10-0 district record.
In junior varsity action,
the younger Ladya Pirates

pick up the win, 25-14 and
25-22.
Becca Aaron tAllied five
ace serves. Alyssa Edwards


had three kills and one
serve.
It was freshman Blaire
Edenfield with an awe-
some dig to save a point
and pick up a kill of her
own.
Freshman Brandi
Strickland had three
assists, three ace serves
and one kill. .
Shannon McCaffrey
earned two assists by con-
necting with Christen
Howell twice in the mid-
dle, who racked up three
kills on the mght.
Savanna Owens and
Jenna Sn6ads tallied three
kills between them.

RoF sh d thr Ashley
serves and one kill with
Freshman setter Alex
Maphis picking up an
assist.


Sneads' Bridgett Dawson digs out a ball during a match


Indians got the ball back, but a
fumble set up another
Riversprings touchdown to
make it 14-6.
Granger said it was a tough
loss for the team tostake.
"We had a couple guys get
emotional after the game," the


coach said. "It hurt to lose like
that when you've got one right in
your reach.
"But I told the guys I was
proud of them They worked
hard all season, we just have to
put that one behind us because
we'vg got a game Tuesday night


we've got to get ready for."
Grand Ridge finishes the sea-
son Oct. 13 against
Blountstown.
Williams led the Indians with
43 rushing yards on seven car
ries, with Kenneth Saffold
adding 26 yards.


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Miller said he wasn't very familiar with
Vernon's personnel, but the Yellowjackets
are in a similar position to the Tigers, with
no postseason hopes remaining.
"They lost a couple of conference
games, so it's a rebuilding year for them
like it is for us," the coach said. "We're
both in a similar situation with the types of
players we have. We have good players,
but they're young and have a lot of learn-
to do
Ing .

pl y ve got a)lot)of g s who hadestn
four sixth-graders (Tuesday). A lot of it has
to do with being youilg. It's not that those
kids aren't good players, they're just
young and not physically or mei1tally
where they're going to eventually be for .
,,
us.


tions. That makes it harder to-prepare, but
the kids did the best they could."
The Tigers' only score of the game came
on an interception return touchdown by
Demlson Eligson-
Graceville's last chance to get a victory
this season will come Oct. 13 against
. Vernon at home.
. Miller said a win wouldn't make the sea-
son less disappointing, but it would give
the Tigers a better feeling going into the
offseason

w 'It'esbneo oingbto miakeat eins et
go out on a positive note," the coach said.
"I told them thalt it's just like every
week, it's the biggest game we've played
all yeitr. Just becat\se you're playing bad it
doesn't mean ou take time off. You go to
? ,,
work like it's the first game of the season.


SPORTS


sports
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Sneads Baseball Bow
Shoot
The first Sncads High
School baseball Bow
Shoot will bc Oct. 10 at
Adam Tucker Wilson
Park. Sign-in is from 8
a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
Pre-Registration Entry
Fee is $30 which
includes a t-shirt. Walk~

he e it -,
ond- and third-place
prizes awarded. Contact
Greg Beauchamp.at 693-
1417 or Karen Hall at
573-9410 for more-info.

Recreation Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
two tackle ;football
leagues and one boys'
flag football league, and
who on
ball. Registration for
ages 6-13 will run
through Oct. 23 from' 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. at The
Marianixa Educat onal

ER )c t at 36
Caverns Rd in
Marianna
Theregistratioilfeefor
flag football is $30 for
those who live inside the
city limits of Marianna,
and. $45 for those who
don't. The fee is $45 for
tackle leagues for
Marianna residents and
$60 for 840se outside the
I h cmeuc
money order. No cash
will be accepted,
Special registration
will be held at the MERE
from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on
Oct. 19 and Oct. 22. All
participants must bring a
copy of their birth certifi-
cate. The age of all par-
ticipants on Nov. 1 of the
a syear wil be tte
entire season.
Anyone interested in
coaching or officiating
youth football please
contact the Marianna
Recreation Department
at 850-482-6228 or come
by during registration.
Men's*Flag Football
M R
Deparianna reat on
Men's 7-on-1 Flag
Football League.
Teams may sign up at
The 191arianna
Educational and
Recreational ExpO
(MERE) located at 3625
CAverns Rd. in
M8T1811na. The50Cgista-

Onoreeetllo first c ntbute
The league will play a
10-game schedule wim
play startmg in
NOvember. There will be
a managers/organization-
al niceting on Oct. 29 at
6 p.m. at the MERE
Complex.Formoreinfo,
please contact the MERE
at 850-482-6228.

Girl Scouts Fall
ProductSale
The ,Girl Scout
Council of t he Florida
Parthandle's (GSCFP)
allllual Fall Product> sale
lS flow underway.* Girl
Scouts from across the
19 counties of the
Panhandle are taking
pre orders through Oct.
12; delicious nuts and
candy products are avail-
able for purchase

th OShF 1 Prlo uct ro-
gram is an important part
oikeG 11 outiC o
the Fall Product sale is a
literacy program that
teaches girls about the
world of business include~
ing: se tting and achiev-
ing goals, and working as
a team. In addition to
selling. nuts and candy'
ds havetphe pyrtutTe

QSP Time Inc. program.
Through this program
girls earn money for their
troop by selling maga-
Zifle subscriptions afid
renewals, often with say-
ings up tb 85 percent off


Council of the Florida
Panhandleinvites girls
from kindergarten to
twelfth grade, to join the
adventure and empower
themselves through
courage, confidence and
character, to make the
world a better place.
Currently, the council
serves 7, I 50 girls and
2,400 volunteers across
I 9 COunties of the
Florid a Panhandle. To
VOf Unteer Of JOin Girl
Scouts, contact the local
COUITCil Office at 850-
3 8 6-2 1 3 1 or visit
w w w.gscfp.org.


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2800sf. 3 ig. BR/3BA, Fisher '07 1710 6011p extra's.$20K.334- W/Ice maker, W4ter 2007 r n ilitims BMW 545r 500 r., 4 Great cond.$9,000, sunroof, 11,000 miles.
mud room w/shower' Mercury 4 str, fully 347-4626/333-0309. heater, hydraulic imma.:u at. Oni, door. 10aded. VB su 850-482-4848. $17,000.334-797-0987
shop w/garage fire loaded, garage kept. Jaco '08 Ea le jacks, convection- FoRD 05 so I stE 151 -ag -.,,3, g,-Ic.u per clean, 4711males, Chevrolet '93 Cap
place, lots of extra's Less than 5hrs. Warr* 291RLTS, 5t wheel /microwave oven 90.1 re at .:000 UK Bo.:.1-. Or.. Ov.n. r warranty. $29,995. Cadillac '94 rice, white, 70K
call for details. $175K until 2013.$9.875 rear living, dual slide out. $25,500 .1..10:. toCD i.:.und Call 632 014.1 334-701-5550 Fleetwood. Top con- miles, extra clean,
334-794-6002 OBO. 334-714-1543 cl s, fre4e shi 334-718-0460, 718- 35 Ic.,,,, OBO Acura '06 MD\. rour edition. 334-693-3980 a 47tires,0 300.

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Headiand in oard/outboard e ne Save $25K or more. 20k miles, $17,000 Like new. Sell Below 334-434-0240 maker, 109,700K mi.
D gaR /Cty Rd 1 vo trtorpiliviin-mo r 334-791-4192 D1iesel sli s 0 77 r6a3n1 065 factory NADA. 334-793-0095. Beetle 00' VW turbo j r /4ba@ 51
15. Bank & Tax humming ird $159,700.850-866- dierel. wh w' gray BMW '95 325CI 5711
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0 each, aluminum drive on Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 Silver, 5-spd. 4-cyl. 2 Sale & LLG 1919 W.M. 115K $7,500 W.M. Car 677-7748
405-0096 big wheel trailer, full slide-outs, 15K mi. WD. 13500K Loaded, st. 33.0699 5680 Sales LLC 1919 W.M.
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MODLANDd8 2AHCeRaEd5 080 334-475-3806 KEYSTONE '07 Cop- gen. 4sc i.frig w/ an LS. Only .. .ale s.con= www.westmaincar dn, $199 per month.
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wake tower & speak- 2 motion satellite dish Duro Cross, Crew t 82 334-791-8243
15h d n.ediaw g ers $9.000. 334-714. wheel, 2 slides, sur- rear & side cameras, Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K I, t 1,50 1..gdrage Chevrolet '02 Camaro, Chrysler '95 Sebrig,
entle rolling. Beaul. 9658. round sound, ig. liv- Home theater sys. $14,500. 334-791-0646 BMW '00 3231 102K 347-2868. V6 engine, metalic sunroof Ithr, 2DR
ul homesite. Already - ing area $27,500, 334- Leather euro recliner, 2004 Lincoln White $8495 W.M. blue, 161k miles, coupe, AC all power
1h so elb& se i 618-6572. r k ber w . rMSales6LLC 189819 4tkK s 0070 go 6cond., great cicmd., 648-5817
fence across front. ee Many other options. .-, 50./4-2-1 Call 615-4533 www.westmaincar sell for thousands fire Convertable 12k
Go 34uni g36 10K. I 33 769 17. CHEVROLET 03 sales.com $5,500. 080 588-2607 rdu 1 9 rq mVnetscautob oa
Jackson county Vette 96' Collector Monte Carlo SS, Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, LEXUS SC 400, 4.0 wheel, new transml $15,900 850-209-4416
757 acres @$1500/ac New 2009 Bass Tioga Arrow 27ft addition factory hard Black Auto., 6-cyl., original owner, 5 V8, Runs great! Looks ston, new timmg belt,
N. Panama City Traiker PRI;) 16 Motorhome '86, & soft tops auto, 72K miles, Loaded speed, fuel injected, good! Leather Int., tires, and brakes, Corvette '99 conv,
Near Compass Lake w/Mercury 25HP Keystone '07 Cougar whiteAuto.8 cyl. loaded, 102K mi. Sun- roof, Leather in- 180k miles, some 12cd changer, cold many more new pewter with black
Nice Timber, Creeks ELPT 4 Stroke Motor. Pow.brakes & steer- beautiful ear, exc. terror. Very clean. rust, runs but needs Ac, new tires, modn parts, low mileage. mterior, auto, 84k
Rolling Hills. No used 7 times: All std Camper w/bunks ing, A/C, AM/FM, cond, $12,900. 334- One Own- er $8,800. work. $2500 OBO 850- roof,-wheels, full pwr Call for more details miles. 16,500. 334-
Clearcut Call Kane equip incJd:1,000 in 306BHS, $22,500, runs well, low 684-2006 334-299- 3430. 579- 2136 Iv msg $5,500., 239-464-0985 229-524-2451 596-1694
850-509-8817 extras also incId. Pd Sleeps 9 Loaded! milesFair cond.Has
$10,750 asking $9,500 334-714-7623. leak damage. $6000.
Waterfront OBO. 907-687-7661* 850 526 2840.
Property for Sale Playbuoy '94 18 foot-

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3 BA 4 BR Panoramic Kawasaki '95 900ZXl
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11!8 GStateSGIV COS $20 000 334-370-3328 Fifth Wheel, lots of Yamaha 04' Wave
., up grades, very nice, Runner 1200 XLT, 155
Reese hitch included, HP, 58hrs. in fresh .
Like new.$10,900 water w/ trailer
850-718-5243. $4,700.080 334-750- A
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Seacraft, '89 20ft Eagle, 291 RLTS '07 engine hours, need -
Apartttlent center Console, boat, Dodge 2500, 6.7 L Die- minor repairs.$750
Referral ServiceS motor & trailer; 95 sel w/sliding hitch. 334-792- 3135 .
225HP Johnson Mtr, $51K. 334-791-4192.
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Apartment referral well, very clean, '05 5th Wheel, 4 .4 I
service companies Great cond. $6,850. slides, kmg bed, 7 (.
sell lists of available 334-696-5505; exc. cond., $29,995.
apartments for rent Sea Kin older mod- 850-547-2808
In your area. Please el with trailer & 25 ROYAL Mountaineer
read contracts thor- HP Johnson outboard 40ft, 5th Wheeler
ough to ensure motor. $1400 080 Loaded, full bath
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Watkins '79 21 ft. '05 Motor Homei. 23' Aviation
Bank owned, 8HP Yanmor, at Pt St. long 2700mi, Take
make offer 3-2 in Joe Marina, 27 north over payments.850-
Deer ValleyTalley dock. $9,50 334-897- 593-5103 1946 Sport Pilot *
Realty 699-6767. DAMON '00 Daspreak http: @ .dSfunTom
Williams Craft '08 34ft, 21K miles, /eaachapter1193/E41
60 horse four stroke, chevrolet engine on resq.htm or email
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Campers. Travel condit.oners, back up information. 9 8
Tralers camera. refrigerator,
freezer. Ice maker, Flight Club Share '83
super Made $29,500 Cessna 172 & 182 . . . . . . * * - *
04 r.10untaineer stn 334 687-4201 haggard in Mar.exc.
heel. 340t. I owner REDUCED* cond.52000850-569- * * * * " * * * "
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Trailer, excellent 334-790-3480.
condition. sleeps 8.
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Limited Edition, 4WD (1411 D
& winch. 120 miles. um
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hours. $3200. 334-
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Honda '07 CRF80 '07 ESCALADE RV 37 ..
Dirtbike, 100 hrs,
$1000 6X12 enclosed REB By KZ. 5th W
trailer $1500 new Like new. Non
cond. 850-447-2859 Smoker, *90 Pets. 3 --
Honda'08 Rancher, Slides, Delume Refrg q
4X4, 2 year warranty, w/ icemaker,
red, manual shift, convection. Micro. a .
$5000 OBQ 334-796- King Bed. Fireplace.
2474 2 A/C, Washer Dry
Honda TRX 300 EX er, Carefree Anng.
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Motor$703687-341;, carriagecameo'05 Excellent installaion *0 . 11>
1999 17 foot Alumi 5 3 A/C, References Choose From
craft, 50 HP Mercury, loaded, no smoke, no ManufacturedFbr
trailer, trolling mo- pets, Exc. Cond, pfOBSO CBil Gail HO Mile Winds CSYSidC1
tor, depth fin er, live $38,500. 334-714-4001 100% Financing WAC ext Tollardees On1115790 Bath/IIItchen
e}4. $4500 334-312- CHm: 482-54 4 nufacturedAt SX8/G $650 UNS ***cking Flooring
2003 CONTENDER 36' 3 Giader Pan Always A Sale--- 5X10/G $700 anti IA0r0.
with Yamaha stroke gue new ^ Hm: 502-4001. Excavator Tile 16' Tandem $1,250 M/C, Visa, Discover
radar color g 5, auto """ 3 Dump Truck Natural Stone Enclosed 4X6V $1,250 Licensell/Insured
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69.500 mi.. Good gas s miles.2K mi.$5,500. cooler, many extra's. politan Scooter. KMC Forrough Flex Marianna's cert ica-
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522.000, 334-692-4322 very clean. e new' Camero '72 Drag car, runs well, warranty, or 334-447-2572 4WD.14000K mi. Exc. the following bases:
t@ 515.500. 334 333-4655. 477 CI big block, Like new, includes PALMER '99 26 ft Cond, B uToothrnoon (a) the certification
()O MER NISSAN '06 Attimp needs ower glide, riding gear, $10,000 Dump Trailer $13,900 roof, leather int.very was not executed by
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., 2290 days, eyes. 850- 5835 $29,995.334-792-0650 of Marianna: (b) City
nr Ok peodw n- 594- 9931 Harley Davidson '07 Kawasaki '08 Vulcan of Marianna has
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White. Auto, 4-cyl, 4734miles.517.500 62.300miles,4 oor, andgaragekept. Suzuki'07King-quad $3,000.334-701-5516 ci ient has commit-
25800 miles. Very (334)796-0353 automatic transmis- Includes sundowner 700 4X4. auto trans repd funds or incurred
clean, Great cond. Mazda '89 RXL non si a @Nedxt 4 seat w/ backrest. I ke 1405rnl).0Ca- costs not authorized
518.500. turbo, gold, GXE, terror, charcoal inte- a windshield, rush OBO 334-585-2398. Nissan 09' Titan SE by 24 CFR Part 58 be-
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Honda '93 Accord. Mercedes '04 Benz ri ,3 v r 9, 334- 393-0064 : .. A todrcs o al5rK State; or (d) another
Ford 03' Explorer 4 green, 4-door, cold E32 prts ack- passenger airba PL, GM '72 Chevelle power w dows .Federal agency act-
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Ford '03 Mustarig GT om 334-774-2825. T pe) 955 Fi ST Sport Chrysler 95 Voyager, Dump Tiuck $47,500 from 6 standpoint
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leather, e Cellent, ISOK 55.595 W.M.Car 26K m es. $07,000. excellent driver, has lously clean & fast, $475 down, 0% Inter- must seel $14,700. 58.76) and sh II be
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Bulitt, Highland Mercedes '96 5500@ condtlon. 52500 opwean. -bed TV's cab Tacoma, Sil- ver. Boulevard, Tallahas-
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ood, needs AC, Car Sales LLC, 1919 MERCURY '98 Sable dancing 1-800-470- Harley Davidson '08 Hines Exhaust Sys- Bed Cover w / Liner, last day of the objec-
200.1-334-475-1723 W.M. St.334-699- V6, loaded, very good 0650 9am/9pm '92 Goldwing, 60k Electra Glide Classic, tem. 4 helmets and1 A/C. AM /FM, Like tion period.
Ford 95' Misstang;Co- 5880 www.west cohd.$1550.718-3257 Ran '99 Rover HSE miles, red, exc. paint 4000 miles, l year gel cushion. One new. $15.500 Firm' Paul Donofro Jr
nvertable $2500 850. maincarsales.com 4.6, ly loaded, 115K & running cond, warranty left. 334- 445 1683. M
726-0256 MitsubishI' 7 Galant mi., ,500, Call (334) $7000 850-445-2915 $17,000.334-618-4430 owner, garage kep MECURY '01 Villager ayor

ad0 S Or 6' SL1 runs, leave messqqe Like new. $9000. 334 2 11 h t ex- LFl4723
334-714-0028 eO e tohr 304 797- 3tyK .r at darran. t c3o4 9nl55 HTil 0
NEW LISTING 2259 after 6pm many i(tras. $13,500

69 u and9 Jaguar '00 S-3.0 Blk. Tooado C 850-526 2aTV son '95 LF14722 OVTE th the T
power windows, 95k $6,495 W.M. Car tlon. $18,000 090. ARCTIC CAT '07 700 Classic Elec' Yamaha '07 VStar CONCURRENT considering a pro-
seat, & door locks. Sales LLC, 1919 W.M. 334-796-7092 EFI, 4X4,25001bwinch, tric Glide 30 r anni- 1300 Tour, fuel infect* Wanted : 199 -1998 NOTICE osed or mance to
$3 50 0 3 -92- S 34W a n0car Toyota '07 Carolla LE, ea7t1 &$4500,, rn0r $7.5 0 334- ed, cover & helmet Do Rramet 4 44 NOO TSOGFNHFIN G f IIoread by title as
0127/ 334-797-9115 Mercury '06 Montego loaded. Great Gas cruise control, load- ay cash 850-849- IMPACT AND
saramyshelleturner@ sales com Premier, loaded. Mileagel $500 Down, Harley Davidson '96 ed, SK., Like newl 002 Nancy. NOTICE OF INTENT AN ORDINANCE O
yahoo.com, 101K mil5eos,303n4e on 5105pt em t er ed &%hite, $7,450., 334-714-4001 RE RE OU NDS : NETOWNADOOFPT@AG
Ford '98 Mustang C 0553 714-0590(C) 334-791-8243 shape, $8,500. YAMAHA '08 V V-star i AMENDMENTS TO
bra, convertible, 5 334-899-1212 250, burgundy, 1836 Date of.Notice: Octo- i ITS COMPREHENSIVE
spd, $7,900. 632-1100 Nissan '05 Altima 2.5 Volkswagen '06 Bee miles. $2695. 334-693- ber 8, 2009 PLAN. THE AMEND-
S 5 speed, 31k m(. tIe auto, dlqsel, 42K 5454 Name of Responsible MENTS INCLUDE
Ford '98 Mustang C lille new, $12.900 850- miles, 40MPG, load- Entity: City of Ma- TEXT CHANGES RE-
bra, convertible, 5 482-2994 ed.$16,000. 334-897- Big Dog '04 Ridge. Yamaha 'OS 1300V rianna LATED TO TRANS-
spd, $7,900. 632-1100 JEEP '89 Wrangler 2497 or 334-672-1655 back, Hard-tail, Star touringdike' Address: 2898 Green PORTATION AND
r, I 1410k :3KO f H la 2N591 ck n00 Vothswagon '69 Duel 131d000 7 8174 ,500. i nna, Florida, N OL 3 EONUC
m3,2 0 4 s5 0 0 7 w m resoef a r, D6e e e 648-2425 y S1p2o001%Fa e o mau- 85 2-4353 ERA U
Honda 08' Civic LX 109K mi. Loaded clean, Like nbew. ing dampner, no ma- Molo Motor Scooter & Hines Short Shots' 334-894-2315 or 464- These notice shall ELEMENT PROVIDING
Clean, low miles, white $3,500.334- $20,500 obo, 334-372- Jor rust.$2300. '05, 200mi, Blusi, braIded Imes, 8,900 3189 satisfy two separate A CONFLICTS AND
$14,500. 334-790-7055 796-2555 0702 or 334-432-0302, 334-718-1188 $1650 850- 258-1638 mi $7,995.794-8037 but related procedur- SE VERABILITY
at requirements for CLAUSE, PROVIDING
activities to be un- AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
dertaken by Marian-
na, Florida. The proposed ordi-
nance was read by ti-
Chevy '07 Tahoe. REQUEST FOR tle in a special meet-
24.800 miles. Like Chevy '04 Silverado RELEASE OFJFUNDS ing, September 23,
new, CAR FAX. AII 3500,1 Ton, Sharpe, On or about October 2009. The ordinance
pourer. Rear DVD* Duramax, 6.6L, Qually 2|6,n 80 ibof aa II b reatd ga
Sell less than NADA Tow Pkg/power trail- request to the Florida Council of the Town
value. 334-632-0144 ing mirrors, crew Department of Com- of Malone, Florida in
chevy Trailblazer as cab, ext. bed, 87K mi, unity Affairs for the two public meetings,
black, LS 31K mi. A/C Loaded Buy sbperate release of Communi- at Malone Town Hall,
& Rear0 r3 5 or pkg deal w/ 2007 ock GDr o e ycf a Ib
$15,0 Copper Cannon Key- under Title I of the November 10, 2009 at
Ford '92 r, stone 5th wheel w/ 2 Housing and Com- 6:30 p.m. The pro-
needs he et, slIdes, sharp. Call for munity Development posed ordinance may
$800opt.47 -9988 details.BuySeparate Act, as amended to be inspected by the
Foni '98 Explorer, or pkg. deal $54,999. dse ahep fe H alt, MMalloonnee
$575 down, 0% Inter- Offerst 334-805-4905. structure needs of Florida between the
est. Daylight Auto Fl- the City of Marianna hours of 7:00 a.m.
nancing.1-800-470- Downtown Revitali- and 4:00 p.m. and
0650 9am/9pm nation Project, a closed for lunch from
GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4, Commercial Revitali- 12:00 noon until 1:00
6.2 Diesel 4 iri lift. nation project. Prol- p.m., Monday
aluminum wheels ect includes rehabill- through Friday.
12x36 Radial, station to waterlines,
Scampers PS, PB, roadway, : and All interested parties
AC, Auto, AM/FM CD evy '05 unde rounding of may appear at the
$4800obo.850-762- Only53,000miles. exi utilities. Ex- meetings and be
9333 One Owner. hfimac- isti electric, fiber, heard with respect to
ulate.334-793-0095 arid ther telecom the proposed ordi-
CHE '66, custom unications utilities nance.
VS, ps/ b, swb, auto, are to be relocated to
r runs & ooks good. Underground con- TOWN OF MALONE
Needs some work. duits. Improvements
$2,500.334-735-5404 to the existing Mee8ngi-Events
waterlines, sewer,
Chevy '71El Camino, and roadways are al-
Jee '02 Wrangler X 350 Engine, $7500 so included on the I.Fl4721
d. 6-cyl 850- 594-3282 areas along Madison,
W .V44 PGreat con4d* Chevy '90 454 SS, 79K cksStneen d t Jeffer Notice of Meeting -
$11,500* miles, new paint and rIanna TIorida aklMa- On Tuesday, october
719-930-4976* much more, MUST cent to the Jackson 13, at 9 AM, the Jack-
Jeep '06 Wrangler X SEEl $9000.-334-470- Coun Courthouse. son county Board of
hard top, 6 Sp. 6-Cyl. 3660 Fundi for the prof- County Commission-
4-WD. A/C, cruise Dod '03 2500 SLT, ect Iri des $699,554 ers will hold its re u-
control 36,K mi- leat r seats crew from the community lar meeting at 2 64
$15,500. Exc. Cond- cab brush r'd, alum. Development Block Mad(son Street, Ma
334-693-3424 334 701- tool box, 15 K mi., Grant Prbgram. clanna, Florida.
5153* $12,700. 334-445-6027 NDING OF NO In accordance with
podge '08 Quid cab. Sid IFICANT IMPACT the Americans with
5.7 Heml, loaded. City pf Marianna has Disabilities Act, per-
$16,500. 334-796-8174 determined that the sons needing a spe-
project will have no cial accommodation
D bfe'59785daom enquam n epnajo eptrtici otednotdhis
Interest Daylight Au- ment. Therefore, an tact tNhe Administra-
P/W, Cruise, CD, 470-0650 9am/9pm pact Statement un. er than 5 days prior

G Jeep Liberty,2004, V6. to Financing.1-800- Environmental Im. tor's assistant no-Int-
al8 Great Condition' Ford '03 F150 s er- der the National En. to the meeting. The
CARFAX. Below cab V-8 38K mi.uSpeats vironmental Polic Administrators as-
Retaill Call 632-0144 8,rExkobnedd W Ite A NEPA1di- settandt ay8 eMcao
Land Rover 'OS Range Sl% obo. 596-3189. tonal project Infor. son Street, Marianna,
Rover Super charged motion is contained FL, 32448, (850) 482-
loaded w; every op- """""" In the Environmental 9633, or (800) 955-
tion. Iowner.gar. Review Record ERR) 8771(TDD);
kept, 334-685-2297. on file at the of
Marianna A is- ESS 4 S 10

Fod 3 4a IftCreaSO YOff
Right heTe right 000 La Ford'68F100step and may be exam-
side, REDUCEQ, ined or copied week- Ad'S RESURS
MUST SELL, runs days 9:00_A.M to '"
all of the time. <""i'Ud s oM 3c5 9MrN 185K5 obd k. 4:00_P.M.
AWD. 42,000, Loaded, 334-671-3772. PUBLIC COMMENTS 1. (ISO BOld type
Power steering, CD, FORD '77, F100, 350, Any individual,


r
A/C, AM/FM,.stereo, V8, long wheel base' m psub it $ 2 2dise an Attractor
runs well, low miles, auto, ps/pdb, runs & comments on the
new tires, sunroof* 35 404$2,500. ERR to _City of Ma- 3. Stan your ad with the
leather Int. Very rlanna City Commis-
clean, IIke new. y sh r wheel g r's ,Attn:O ete %OM 700 819 Seling OF 8
$22,000. 334-792- base, runs & looks 2898 Green Street' heliefit it0adlin0
3076* good.$2,500.00. Marianna, FlorIda,
334-735-5404 32446. AII comments
must be received by 4, Abbeylate as | [th as
October 26, 2009.
Comments will be possible
considered prior to
City of Marianna re-
guesting a release of 5. Describe your Item or
funds. Comments
Nissan '07 Pathfinder should specify which job position In detail
SEBlackAuto.43K FORD'86F-3501ton notice they are ad-
mi. leather Int., 3rd fl b4ed d t0ru0ck06 dressing. 6, include the price of

w. O 3 -k8e9ne0 2. 8520, 334- CRtELEASMEaOFn7aN r. til0 (OM }Oil 819 SO IRE
Tahoe 07' LTZ 55K ml* Ford '97 Ranger Ext. tlfles to t1e Florida
blackw/tanint.fully cab runs reat. Department of Com-
a loadednav.$30,900 Loolks good. 3400 unity Affairs and
334-333-6401 080. 334-493-7712 DUDofro n his/P Giger type and graphics

Gb I'04dcTyG at- c a ttys aMayo, to make your all stand
Buyl. $200 down. the jurIsdiction of chpe out and be visual)
21-24ft boat trl, $1K, $219 per month. Federal Courts if an
obo or trade hunt call Ron Ellis 334- action is brought to
eqp., 256-201-1657 714-0028 enforce responsibill-


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