Title: Jackson County Floridan
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028304/00138
 Material Information
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 15, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
 Notes
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."
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028304
Volume ID: VID00138
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - ACA5476
oclc - 33284558
alephbibnum - 000366625
lccn - sn 95047182
 Related Items
Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

Full Text



inSide
MORES
* aner
ItS(TI
wornall
b Shown

-6A


1_ r


"I TUill Stand by Burt McAlpin
,,
until hell freezes ove
-Rev. Paul Daniels '
St. Peter Missionary Baptist Church
"Burt (McAlpin) is going to .run the fire
department," council member Jimmy Wright
said.
The council members said they were tired
of the discourse in the town, especially
between the police chief and the town man-
ager.
"Those two are going to have to work
together. There has been a lot of backstabbing
and I am tired of it," council member
Donovan Weeks said. .
Since the last meeting, .city attorney Guy
Green has been researching the allegations
against McAlpin, as well as allegations
against Kilpatrick.
The .governor's office ordered FDLE to
investigate'McAlpin regarding a case involv-
ing sexual molestation, where there were alle-
gations McAlpin mishandled, the investiga-
tion and made false statements when ques-
tioned about it.
As part of the investigation, FDLE held a
hearing in south Florida. Kilpatrick testified
at the hearing. McAlpin alleged Kilpatrick
committed perjury in his testimony.
Ultimately, FDLE did not file any criminal
charges against.McAlpin, but did file admin-
istrative charges.
Green told the council Tuesday that in his
opinion, Kilpatrick may have made "rruslead-
ing statements" at the FDLE hearing, but he
did hot commit perjury. y


Robby Brow


C it aS
7

fa


tO


B I LI V V
STAFF REPORT
Local firefighters and
14torkers were joined by
their brothers and siste
around the state Wedne
pay final respects to
Jackson County Fire
Chief Robby Brown. -
See BROWN, Pa


, ~ rqi i


as a CAT scan, is broker down, the
county bills the hospital instead of the
insurance, because it's viewed as the
hospital's responsibility, rather than
the patient's.
in response, Durham stuck- to his
original statement, saymg the hospt-
tal had told him the county bills the
hospital in every case of non-einer-
gency, hospital-to-hospital transport.
"This is what I was told, and I saiv
some examples," he said.
He also said Wesley's example of
the much higher fee from his compa-
ny is misleading.
The business may, on paper, charge
$1,150, even though it knows
Medicaid/Medicare will only pick
up, say,- $250 of the expense. The
company knows this and accepts the
pre-set fee and any secondary insur-
ance as full payment. If there is no
secondary insurance, the patient is
charged the co-pay, which is usually
about 20 percent of the bill.
According to Durham, the higher
charges on paper help the company
when it comes time for Medicare,
Medicaid or other insurance
providers to set reimbursement rates
from.year to year. It is in part based
on inflation, and the previous year's
fee rate is a factor in determining how
See AMBULANCE, Page 5A >


Sneeds High School Seniors listen to a presentation by Chipola College Spanish Club President


Deputy claims
Marianna man

tried to run

him over
BY GREG PHILLIPS
MEDIA GENERAL NEws SERVICE
DOTHAN,, Ala. A Marianna
man charged with attempted mur-
der tried to run over a Houston
County Sheriffs deputy with his
vehicle before leading officers on
a chase through Dothan, accord-
ing to the deputy.
At Wednesday's bond reduc-
tion hearing for Randall Mark
Granger, Deputy Phillip Small
said Granger's vehicle nearlfr
struck. hin he approached the
vehicle.to apprehend Granger.
"If I hadn't backed itp, he
could've hit me," Small said.
e tdt 0, andl he could've
Granger, 48, is being held at
the Houston County Jail on a
$500,000 bond.
See DEPUTY, Page 5A >


. 290 Jefersn Sreet* 85-526555


A MEDIA GENERAL NEWSPAPER - ---
'-* 4
Ctn 2 Job ...., ps ... un a
"********ORIGIN MIXED ADC 324
LIBRARY OF FLORIDA HISTORY
PO BOX 117007
GAINESVILLE FL 32611-7007


80
67 .
n owe 2e
0
Classified...........44B
Cornics........-.5
IM convent. ...-38
Nationah........6A
m Obituaries........5A

. wastings-...a
2 Sections. 12 Pages
\blame 86 Number 205


He also told the council that the letter
Weeks read was not from the Florida League
of Cities.
"I contacted the League of Cities and they
said they did not writethat letter," Green said.
However, neither Green nor anyone else
said where the letter did.originate. -
Green also said he believed McAlpin
would be cleared of all charges. Green
explained that the decision by FDLE not to
file.aily criminal charges and only file admin-
istrative charges .indicated the weakness of
the case against McAlpin.
"Both.of those things are crimes. FDLE has
got more power than most. If they thought
Chief McAlpin had committed a crime, why
didn't they go arrest him? They just filed an
administrative complaint," Green said. "I find
that very suspicious."
Because McAlpm is a town employee and
the charges stem from his duties as an officer,
Green asked the council if they wanted him to
defend McAlpin.
"Always in the past, the town.has taken
care of him: It gives someone a cheap shot to
come against the town if we lose this thing,"
Green said.
The council agreed to pay for McAlpin's
defense.
However, some wanted more from the
council. The crowd applauded at the council's
support for McAlpin, but some called for
action against Kilpatrick. However, the coun-
eilrepeatedtheirdesirefortheturmoiltostop
and for the two men to work together.
"There has been some controversy. This
town doesn't need this. We are a good com-
munity. We need to run this program togeth-
er. We have to be professional," council pres-
ident Weeks said.


BY SARA BLUMENTHAL,


There were no open seats at the Sneads city
council meeting Tuesday. People filled the
aisles, standing shoulder to shoulder.
Everyone had one thing on their mind
Sneads Police Chief Burt McAlpin and his
future as a town employee.
"We use to have six people here, the same
six people. Everybody is coming down just to
see what happens," council member Donovan
n Weeks said with frustration during the meet-
mg.
Two weeks ago, the councitdiscussed plac-
V ing McAlpin on administrative leave because
] of pending Florida Department of Law
Enforcement administrative charges.. The
charges are alleged perjury in an unofficial
proceeding and witness tampering,
During a special meeting on Sept. 29,
couticil president Mike Weeks read a letter
that was reportedly from the Florida League
of Cities, suggesting. the council place
McAlpift on leave until the resolution of the
case.
After the reading of the letter, the Sept. 29
meeting became heated. McAlpin was angry
the matter was brought up in a Jiublic meet-
ing. Although town manager Ed Kilpatrick
urged the council to take action, the council
rescue chose to wait, hastily adjourning the meeting.
many of Because of that, people showed up in force
rs from for the council's Tuesday meeting, to show
sday to their support for McAlpin.
firmer "I will stand by Burt McAlpin' until hell
Rescue freezes over." said Re\. Paul Daniels from St.
Peter Missionary Baptist Church. The council
assured the crowd that the council had no
ge 5A > plans to remove or fire McAlpin.





Administrator Ted Lakey to sit down
with hospital staff to find out more
about its arrangement with the private
prot idern
Jacksoil Hospital did not immedi-
ately answer. inquiries made the
Floridan Tuesday and Wednesday.
However, the private business,
Dothan Ambulance Service, provided
its take on why the hospani may have
entered into the contract.
According to Dothan Ambulance
Service General Manager Ron
Durham, the county ambulance serv-
ice does not bill the patient's insur-
ance; Instead, the county bills the
hospital, he said.
The private service bills the
patients' insurance in almost all
cases. The county's service winds up
costing the hospital 70 to 90 percent
more than what would have been paid
if it had been billed to patient insur-
ance. Insurance usually has pre-set
pay limits, which are far below what
either ambulance services actually
charge on paper.
But Jackson County Fire Rescue
Chief- Tony .Westey said Durham'p
explanation of the county's service (s
not accurate. In fact, Wesley said, the
county does, bill patients' insurance
- with one. exception. If the trans-
port is made necessary because
Jackson Hospital's equipment, such


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
PLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County Commission
wants to know why Jackson Hospital
has contracted with a private ambu-
lance service.
On Tuesday, J.ackson Count) Fire
Rescue Chief Tony Wesley told com-
missioners he'd learned that the hos-
phill now uses a private service to
move patients who need transport
from the lochl facility to hospitals in
other areas like Dothan, Ala..
Dothan lies 'within the county s
100-miles transport range. The coun-
ty service provides non-emergency
hospital-to-hospital transport within
that distance, but does not go farther
because to do so-would run the risk of
having ambulances too far out of the
local service area when needed.
Wesley said he looked further into
the contract matter and discovered
the bill for the private ride in at least
on case was $450 more than the
county would have charged.Me cited
a case in which the private company
charged $1,150, where .the county
would only have charged $780.
Given that -information, commis-
sioners expressed concern for citi-
zens' financial welfare, and the coun-
ty's own ambulance revenue stream.
The commission directed( County


e-

a


O




03 -




"U
O

a


a


-)


~


7 65161 80050 9


~T-. ~W~~i~ii;~*Eb~q~(t~IIr~!XC


hrd~ a; ::Ci:::~; :T


".5


F


Sneads backing McAlp;in'


Hospital severs contract with lambillance service


1 _ ( I


See Pages 4-6B




























Panama City Low 9:49 AM High 2:51 AM
Apalachicolk Low 8:43 AM High 2:37 AM
Port St. Joe Low 3:07 PM High 9:40 AM
Destiny Low 4:18 PM High 10:13 AM
. Perisacola Low 4:52 PM High 10:46 AM
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 49.74 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 11.55 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 6.11 ft. 19.0 ft.-
Caryville 6.64 ft. 1?.0 ft.


W;IAQ. 3.00.9 M
WEATHER UPDATES


ULTR V10LET ND E


POUCE ROUNDUP


October 15 Thursday
Registration fbr Term C classes at Chipola
College is 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Term C classes
meet Oct. 16-Dec. 16. Call 526-2761, or visit
www.chipola.edu.
*The Jackson County Development Coulici
Inc. offers the technical, and education
workshop, Business Plan Development 1, 9
a.m. to noon in the Nearing Court Office
Building Upstairs Conference Room, 2840
Jeffetson St., Marianna. Cost: $15 per per
-
SOn, due in advance. Reservations required;
call 526-4005. Registration closes at 5 p.m.,
two days before class.
Thq Ghip018 00lleg6 00smetology pro
-
.gram hosts art open house 10 a.m. to noon,
Public invited for complimentary hand nias
-
sages, paraffid wax treatments, aromatherapy
hand towels, refreshments and door prizes.
Call 718-2439.
JIlp ,Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board Career Council meets at
10 a.m. in thq community room of the
Workforce board offices in Marianna. An
Executive Committee greeting follows at 11
a.m. Call 400-382-5164. .
The regular meeting of the Jackson
County School Board is at 4 p.m. in the board
room of the JCSB offices. No workshop this
month due to fall break. Call 482-1200.
Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at 2880
Orange St. (behind Bryailt Enterprises). Call
482-3766 or 569-1294. ,
Sneads High School Pirate Plunge, a com-
munity-wide homecoming pep rally, is 6 p.m.
in the SHS gym: Meet the homecoming court
and teams from both SHS arid GRMS, see
performances by cheerleaders and band
members and more. Admission: $2.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets Thursdays
for a "closed discussion," 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 stopdrinking. .

October 16 Friday
Term C classes at Chipola College begin
with late registration 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Term C
ClaSSeS meet ff0m Oct. 16-Dec. 16. Call 526-
2761, or visitwalw.chipola.edu. ..
Sneads High.School hosh an alumnI
receptiori'for all alumni of SHS, Grand Ridge
High School and Chattahoochee High Scho61,
9-11 a.m. in the SHS Foyer.
Celebrate.Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings io "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-tips in a safe environrnent".every Friday
at Evangel Worship Centef, 2645.Pebbie.Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m, with praise ahd
liVe WOrship music, testimonies and fellow-
ship. Child care available. Call 209-7856 or
573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United


2A Thursday, October 15, 2009* Jackson County Floridan


Weather Outlook


T Scauered showers and
oday connonne onenoon.
Warm and humid. -
Justin Kiefer / W111BB

S High 800
Low 67,


High 770


High 70'"


Tomorrow .


Saturday


;""""1


High 720


High 73
0
Low 480


THE SUN AND MOON


Sunday


Monday .


FLQRIDAN L
Publisher Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jcfloridan.com
Managing Editor Michael Becker
mbecker@jcfloridan.com
CirculationManager-DenaOberski
doberski@jcfloridan.com
jg

Contact US
Telephone. (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail:edi ialAdicfloMan.com
PO. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lans
Marianna, FL 32446 .
Weekday aH rt 5 p.m.
1VIiss your p er?
Your should receive your news-
paper no later than 6 a.m., but if for
some reason-it does not arrive call
e ari sbcutsteoeme sa ceNrdp5
p.m. Monday-Friday and 7-it a.m
on Sunday. The Jackson County
Floridan (USPS 271-840) is pub
neddayTu aor nragh F d cNa
postage phid at Marlanna, Fla.
Subscription
Rat65 '
Home delivery: $11 23 per
month; $32.83 fbr ttree monibs.
$62.05for six months; and $123.45
boe7tatee nI a lap
scriptions must be paid in advance.
Mail subscriptions are: $48.12 for '
three months; $92.24 for six
months;and$184.47foroneyear.
Advertising
The advertiser agreesthat the
publisher shall not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
entts n h hNthoe er r
whether stich error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
skill bearnt li bils oJentonb- ser-
the amount paid for such*advertise.
ment. This newspaper will not
knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
whicegaTy r tepd Ibcahser
acteristics is not acceptable. ,
How to get your
news published
The Jackson County Floridan will
publishnewsofgeneralinterestfree
of charge. Submit your news or
unity Ilendar eventde as
Fees rriay apply for wedding,
engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. Forms are avail-
otog phthemus do goood cuea
ity and suitable for print. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit all
submissions.


Getting it

Right!
The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday-



-r,


Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room:
.
October 17 Saturday
Jackson County Association for Retarded
l Citizens' Fall Plant Salk is 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
l the JCARC Nursery Outlet, 4245 Kelson Ave.
in Marianna, featuring shrubs, trees, grasses,
ground covers and more. Popcorn, drinks
available. Call 526-7333; or. visit jackson-
countyarc.net. .
Pet-toberfest, a benefit for the Partners
for Pets Inc. Phil. Rotolo Memorial Animal
Shelter, is 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Citizens Park
Lodge in Marianna. Bring your pets for pic-
tures. with Santa, Owner/Pet Look-alike
Contest, a Pet Parade featuring kids and pets
in Halloween costumes, ID microchips ($25),
JCSO K-9 demos, Nohie's Ark Animal
Encounters, a silent auction, food booths and
more. Call 693-0605 to volunteer.
The Graceville Harvest Day.Festival will be
on the Factory Stores of America grounds
with the Harvest Day Car Show, arts and craft
booths, food booths and activities for the
kids. Entertainment includes the Ivey
Brothers, Shane Owens and more. The
Harvest Day Parade is at 10 a.m. in downtown
Graceville. Call 263-3238, 263-4401 or 263-
4744.
The Alford Community Health Clinic, free
for patients without medical insurance and
meeting .income guidelines, will be open 10
a.m. to 2 p.m., at 1770.Carolina St. in Alford,
two blocks east of U.S. Highway 231.
Appointments available- by telephone, 263-
7106 or 326-5783; walk-ins welcome.
The Better 'Business Bureau@ Secure
Your ID Day event in Marianna is 10 a.m. tp 2
p.m. at Gilmore Services, 3553 Industrial
Park Drive. Free personal shredder to the indi-
vidual with the oldest document (bank state-
ment, tax document or other paperwork) to
be shredded. BBB staff on-site with tips for ID
theft protection. Bring up to 50 pounds df
documents for free, on-site shredding; do.not
tie bags. Visit www.nwfl.bbb.org/securelD. ".
Alumni and friends are welcome at the Old
Central School Retinion, 10:30 a.m on the
school grounds. Lunch will be between 11:30
a.di. alld noon, f sh, hush puppibrand drinks
provided. Bring lawli chairs, side dishes or
desserts.
Alcoholics Anonymous has all open meet-
ire Saturdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the first
United Methodist Church;2901 Caledonia St:,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

October 18 Sunday
The -80th annual farkilly reunibn fo
descendants of Williafn and Jane W. Gainer is
on Econfina Creek 111 Bay County, off of US
Highway 20. Regist ation at 10 a.ril.; pro-
grarns at noon; and lunch isat 12:45 p.m.
Bring lawn chairs and 4 covered dish to share;
fried mullet, bush pples served. Call 482-
7645.


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
Cottondale. Daily: Apple bobbing, orchard
tours (school/chuich .groups. welcome).
Weekend: Pedal cart rides, fishing, cider mak-
ing demos, barbeque and other vendors,
horse drawn wagon rides ($10; children
under 2 free) and tractor-pulled hay rides ($7;
children.under2free)..Call352-4879.
NBHA Barrel Race and FFA Benefit, 2 p.m.
at Panhandle Peace Makers Shooting Arena,
2219 Kilpatrick Lane (Ed and Kathi Kilpatrick)
in Sneads. After barrel race, Panhandle Peace
. Makers' Cowboy Mottilted Shooting exhibi-.
tion. Free admission. Call 209-0772 or e-mail
magicklu2@netzerg.coat;
Sneads High Scitool Project Graduation
meets at 2:30 p.m. In the vacant store next to
Family Dollar in McDaniels Shopping Center.
The regular meeting of the Jackson
County Youth Council is at 3:30 p.m. In
branch headquarters on ,Orange Street.
Agenda: Malone Pecan Festival; Harry T. and
Harriet.V. Moore Commemoration trip.

October 19 Monday .
Chipola Chapter, NSDAR meets at Jim's
Buffet & Grill for a Dutch treat luncheon at 11
a.m. Jesse Earle Bowden, Pensacola News
Journal Editor Emeritus, will present
"Reflections, on West Florida history." Before
the meeting Dr. Bowden will sign copies of his
latest book, "Chipola Moon Rising.',' After the
meeting, Blue Springs Society, C.A.R. will
offer Cookies for Cancer for a $1 donation per
package; proceeds go to the Kids Helping
Kids committee. Call 4824685, or e-mail
footprints@phopl.coms
Jackson County AARP Chapter 3486 wej-
comes all AARP members to a nooh meeting
ln the student center of the United Methodist
Church of Marianna, with a .guest speaker
from Jackson Hospital. Bring a dish to com-
plement the fried chicken to be served.
.* The Jackson County Development Council
Inc. Board of Directors meets at 5 p.m. in the
upstairs conference room' of the Nearing
Court Office Building, 2840 Jefferson St.,
Madarina. Call 526-4005.
** The Chipola Historic Trust meets at the
Davis-West House 4448 Putnam St. in .
Marianna, at 6:30 p.m. Light supper at 6 p.m.
The monthly rheetirig 0 Concerned
American Patriots of Jackson County Florida
Inc.'is at 6 p.m. ki the Ag Center on U.S.
Highway 90 West, next to the National Guard,
Armory. A screening of "33 Minutes:
Prolqcting America in thesNew Missile Age"
will be feittured,
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
Finance Committee meets at 6:30 p m.in the
Community Rooni of the Hudnall Buildihg.
A/\has an open meeting each Monday, 8-
9 p rn. at First United Methpdist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.


ditional release (trespass).
Janies Love, 39, 5296
Brown. St., Graceville,
violation of county proba-
tion (no. yalid driver's
license).
JAIL POPULATION:
239

To report a crime,. call
CrinieStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for 13, the latest available
report: One traffic acci--
dent, one reckless driver,
two suspicious persons,
one report of illness, one
burglary of a residence,
one disturbance, three
burglar alarms, one traffic
assignment, one
obscene / thr e at ening
phone, call, one sex
offense, two assists of


other agencies, two public
service calls, one threat
and three traffic st6ps.

JACKSON COUNTY
.SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Oct. 13, the latest avail-
able report: Two aban-
doned vehicles, one
alarm, one assault, one
assist of another agency,
one criminal registration,
two criminal mischief


complaints, five distur-
bances, one fight ii1
progress reported, one
forgery/fraud complaint,
two larceny complaints,
one escort,
one mentally -
ill person, a
one pedestri-
an com-
plaint, three '
prowlers, two public serv-
ice calls, one report of
shooting in the area, eight
suspicious incidents, three
traffic accidents, four


transports, one warrant
arrest and one 911 hang-
up.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
James Bellamy, 51,
3373 Highway 231,
Cottondale, driving while
license suspended/
revoked, violation of con-


WVAKE-UP CALL 'wwJFOIA~o


.


;i"T)ri


Oct. Oct. Nov.
17 25 2









,Jackson County F'lorida~n Thlursday, October 15, 2009 3A


WE BUY GOLD
YOUR TRUSTED JEWELER
FOR ALMOST 40 YEARS

Expert Expert
r archr
exatoroatsts
Downtown Marianna
850-482-4037


PLUMBING PROBLEMS?


surroweva sa.
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed 24 Hour Emergency Service
Water Heater Repairs/Replacments Traditional and Tankless Models
Fully Trained, Drug-Tested and Background Checked Technicians
Sewer, Water, Faucets Repairs/Replacements
AII Major Brand Products
a44 ag a a 4 a
, 5 =QUO= WWO" U HU
www.benfranklinplumbing.com Licensed & Insured CFC1426241


HWy. 90 Marianna, FL
1-866-587-3673 850-482-4043
www.chipolatord.com

'












You are in our thoughts everyday. Even
after 7 years we hear your laughter and
feel. our love. You will forever be in our
hearts and always on our minds.

Loving Remem ered,
Your Childres
Homer Jr, Nettie, Gussie, Helen, Frances,
Alma, Lossie, Mary & Delores


Woman's Club of Chipley plans floral design s


C E;ir~lnc! drs.r Ing, hi -- hllddar dri*lng


Pursuant to Section 193.122, Florida

Statutes, Sharon Cox, Property

Appraiser of Jackson County, hereby

gives notice that the Tax Roll for

Jackson County was certified to the

Tax Collector on the 9th day of October,

2009 for the collection of taxes.


0-6-4-1


4-4-9-8
7-8--9-6
4-5-3-2
2-6-2-6
5-0-4-5
-1-9-5-1
2-1-7-9
5-2-0-9
8-1-6-8
1-6-3-6


16-26-29-33-36
16-24-30-07-08
03-04-1-1-28-"9
10-14-21-30-34
.
11-5-E-05-06
13-14-18-10-25
NA


Thurs. (IS) 10/08 3-9-0

li,"
Sat. (E) 10/10 4-1-2
Sat. (M) 6-7-3
Sun. (E) .10/11 8-8-0
Sun (M) 7-2-5
Mon IE I 10 I 2 4-1-1
Alon 151) 0-5-6
Tues. 4 El 10 13 3-5-8
Tues. 151) 8-8-2
Wed (El 10.14 8-7-0
Wed. mi) 7-4-4


~ilu


I


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The West Jackson Retired
Educators Association was host to the
District 2 annual leadership work-
shop on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at the First
United Methodist Church in
Graceville.
District 2 includes Calhoun,

LG e F c n nc of ee
Jackson County being the Graceville
area chapter.
The workshop began with a wel-
come from Nick Williams, president
of the West Jackson Retired
Educators. Williams introduced
Jackson County Schools
Superintendent Lee Miller who wel-
comed the group to Jackson County
then delivered a speech. He was fol-
doby LawWen Bryan, vice-prtee
group an inspirational "Thought for
the Day."
The state officers team -- Florida
REA President Marie Grein
(Clearwater); president-electEsther
R. 'I1vitchell (Stuart); treasurer, Dr.
Ann Winn (Altamonte Springs); state
director, Virginia West
(Jacksonville); executive secretary,
Barbara Williams (St. Petersburg);
and legislative chair, Larry
Carmichael (Tallahassee) -
addressed the general meeting and
conducted break-out sessions
throughout the day. Some of the
workshop topics included cultural
affairs, protective services, retirement
planning, health, literacy, community
services and public relations.
-
The -Graceville chapter served
served refreshments to the attendees,
as well as a hthcheon, during which
Karen Bouton provided piano music.
Door prizes provided by each partici-
pating county were awarded at vari-
ous times.
District 2 Director Daniel Hall
(Gadsden County) presided over the
afternoon general session, which


~pas~Lu


Saturdlas


1010 1-3 -4 -9-0 B 0 P


Saturday 10/10 07-2237364


and announcements from Barbara
Williams, executive secretary, and the
Graceville retired educators report
that they received many compliments
on the decorations, food and organi-
zation from the state team and partic-
ipantsfromothercounties.

Group to meet,
seekssolution

d to water wars'
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
protect public meeting is
ation. sch duled to discuss the
n-site ACF Stakeholders, an
advice organization being formed
t pro- throughout .the
Apalachicola/Chattahooch
largely ee/Flint River Basin to
" said cooperatively work toward
prest- resolution among citizens .
serving from all areas of stake-
"Our holder interest.
infor- According to a press
le and release from Apalachicola
to be Riverkeeper, the ACFS
ne of will be a 501(3)(c.) organi-
entity nation with the mission to
BBBs change the operations and
rating management of the ACF
emen- Basin to achieve:
t will equitable solutions
among stakeholders that
ments balance economic, ecolog-
charge ical and social values.
s you viable solutions that
ase do ensure that the entire ACF
Basin is a sustainable
e Your resource for current and
visit future generations.
To learn more about the
ACFS efforts to achieve a
resolution to the 18-year
how conflict over water in the
Apa 1 achicola -
at the Chattahoochee-Flint River
t also System, attend the meet-
nts and ing Thursday, Oct. 22,; 6
p.m. at West Florida
ration, Electric Co-op on U.S.
Highway 90 East in
Sneads.
For more information,
ories, call 653-8936 or visit
, www.acfstakeholders.org.
*
ine.
N.cost


inchided forum reports given by pres-
idents from each county. Also during
the afternoon session, the group
received the results of the silent auc-
tion and the live auction conducted by
Dr. Lettie White and Byron Mixson.
The day concluded with a report


defense against id
theft. With community-based
across North America collabo
simultaneously, we'll have a- tr
dous t-oast-to-coast presence tha
hopefully, prevent a lot of theft."
Bring up to 50 pounds of docu
to be shredded on site, free-of-
and take home tips and resource
need to help.protect yourself. Ple
not tie bags.
For more information on Secur
ID Day,
www.nwfl.bbb:org/securelD.


ner Black and Decker, the
BBB is offering a free personal shredder
to the individual who brings in the old-
est document to be shredded by Gilmore
Services!at.each of the three locations
for Secure Your ID Day.
BBB is partnering locally 'with
Gilmore Services, Pensacola's Cat
Country 98.7 FM and News11adio 1620
and Panama City's WJHG-TV NBC 7,
and nationally with the National
Foundation for Credit Counseling and
the National Association for
Information Destruction to help individ-


state a variety of decorat-
ing techniques for the holi-
days. Displays of trees,
wreaths and other holiday
arrangements will be sold
at a discount.
Proceeds from the event
benefit the local communi-
ty through scholarships and
other contributions to
organizations in need.
Tickets are $8 per person
and available from any
Woman's Club member, or


can be purchased
door. The even
includes refreshme
door prizes.
For more info
call 638-0053.

Read our top st
clat eds
an d obiff nT
W11'lt.,10FLoaIDA


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Woman's Club of
Chipley is hosting its annu-
al Holiday Decorating
Extravaganza on Thursday,
Oct. 29.
The annual fund raiser
starts at 6:30 p.m. at the
Washington County
Agricultural Center on U.S.
Highway 90.in Chipley.
Local florist Kirby Holt,
AIFD will again demon-


www.CFLOIDANcom OCAL


CHIPOLA FORD


.

B,88 100king for oldest


document to be shredded

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN 80Cure YOUI, uals take steps to p
their personal inform
The Better Business ID Day details: BBB staff will be o
Bureau serving Northwest to provide expert
Florida is looking for the Saturday. Oct. 17 and tips for ID thef
oldest bank statement, tas 10 a.m. 2 p.m. section.
document or other paper- Gilmore Services "Identity theft is l
work that consumers bring 355.3 Industrial Park Dr. a crime of access,
to be responsibly Marianna, Fla. Norman Wright,
destroyed by Gilmore Sam's Club dent/CEO, BBB s
Services at the Secure 1707 W. 23rd St. Northwest Florida.
Your ID Day shredding Panama City, Fla goal is to make the
event to be held on Oct. Cordova Mall. nation less accessib
17. 5100 N. Ninth Ave. empower people
- Thanks to national part- Pensacola. Fla. their own first li


Craig

Bard

Craig Invites All His
19iends And Family
To Come See Him
For The Best Deal!


on Vor sidec


G~T 8Q~O PS I3N1 t





II~1RII~I(Y(lrll


Downtown Marianna
850.482.4037


We need your help to

keep the lights on!
What to do if you find a malfunctioning or
failed street light or FPU owtxed outdoor light:

1. REPORT TROUBLE to FPU immediately
For Amelia Island Customers
Call us: (904) 261-3663
Visit us: 911 S. 8th Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Mail us: P. O. Box 418, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035
Email us: neflorida@fpuc.com
For Jackson, Liberty and Calhoun County Customers
Call uss (850) 526-6800 (Jackson County) or (850) 674-4748
(Liberty and Calhoun Counties)
Visit uss 2825 Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna, FL 32448.
Mailus: P. OnBox 610, Marianna, FL 32447
Email us: nwflo.rida@fpuc.com
2. Go the Extra M-1-L-E and tell us:
MALFUNCTION or other problem with the streetlight;
INFORMATION including your name, address, telephone number and.
email address in case we need to contact you regarding the problem;
LOCATION of the malfunctioning or failed streetlight, including the
nearest address and any nearby landmarks;
EFFORT. Thank you for making the EFFORT!
Please help us serve you better and together... let's keep the lights on!
This information is being provided tojou pursuant to Florida Statutes 768.1382.


4A Thursday, October 15, 2009 Jackson County Floridan


red


gggy
p- Keystone
,
Outback
27RL

17995


*


Copyrighted Material -


Syndicated Content


-
**


.


ale


:


_- ___-,


. . .
.


- -
.
*
.


www.fpuco


S TATE/WVASHINGTON wwJFOIA~o


DodorB


Fla. tea '@o oat rroo I'


T~k I~


Available from Commercial News Providers


lk O~ tllC'~~ ~ ~grl 1~31rr~ IY~YYI


Expert Jewelry Itep
1 edenlyn your diam

. SO 11
IBWBIA88
oxMotoaars


UTILITIES


































































Brown Continued From Page 1A

Brown died of boxie cancer emergency vehicles to attend the Wesley worked for Brown several .Citrus County when he took ill. wanted it to be the best service in
Saturday. He was buried funeral at James and Sikes. The- years. "He taught me a lot of things, the state, the best service in the
Wednesday in Pinecrest Memorial cortege stretched about a mile. He said his old chief taught him the importance of documentation United States. He helped us get
Gardens off Caverns Road just a People from Citrus County, where much before he retired from and many other things, but it was lot of new, badly needed equip-
few miles from JCFR Station One. Brown worked, the state EMS Jackson County service to take a his devotion to the service that I ment and he always pushed for
. The chapel overflowed with chief from St. Augustine, and job with Nature Coast Emergency remember most." Wesley said. "I excellence. He was a walking
thosE who carrie to say gdodbye. inbig8iicy personnel from St. Services in Citrus County. was a captain then, when he was book of knowledge, a very mtel-
Perionnel. from islmost every JohtifC6unty alsQ traveled to Brown worked for Jackson chief. He loved Jacksod County client man who was well-
area rescue service drove their fire attend. County 27 years, and was admin- Fire Rescue. He lived, breathed respected locally and on the state
trucks, ambulances and other... Current JCFR Chief Tony istrative chief with the service in and bled it. It was his passion. He level as well."


Ambulance. . Continued From Page 1A


Deputy Condnued Front Page 1A
According to Small, the incident high-speed .chase from downtown a vehicle before eqming to a stop." his client wasn't intentionally try-
occurred after he saw Granger Dothan to the intersection pf South fle said the video of the chase mg to harm Small.
using a smoking device in his pick- Oates Street and Ross Clark Circle. does ilot, however,: show the con- Rafferty disagreed.
up truck. When Small approached According to Sgt. Bill Rafferty, frontation between Small .and "He took.his vehicle and drove.
the vehicle, Granger didn't who is handling the investigation, Granger. toward Deputy Small enough that
respond to requests to show his the ensuing chase reached speeds Granger's attorney argued. Deputy Small feared for*his life,
hands. in excess of 80 mph Wednesday for reduction of his then took off and ran," Rafferty
"He was doing a lot of reaching "Based on the video evidence, bond. said. "Based on the driving in the
for something in the floorboard stop signs were ran, aird (Gratiget) "He made a very bad lapse ill video and his reckless disregard for
and all around in the vehicle, so hap no regard for the safety.of oth- judgment not to stop for law safety, I think he's a high risk."
.that's when I drew my gun," lie ei;s. This was between 5 and 5:11 enforcement," said John District.Court Judge Lori Collier
said. "He shifted into first gear and p.m., which is rush hour," Rafferty Steensland III. "But did he try to Ingram said she will take the hear-
nearly hit me before taking off." said. ' . kill an officer? No. Absolutely ing uilder advisement and watch
Small said he fired a shot at "He cut across two lanes of traf- not." the video of the chase before mak-
Granger, but it missed. Granger fic'and ended up in the parking lot Steensland cited Granger's.1ack ing a decision on Friday at the ear-
began leading authorities on a of Waffle House, where he rammed of criminal history and indicated liest.


lbP 0 10 Contimsed Frotn Page 1A


.Iacktson County F'loridarn Thursday, October 15, 20i)9 5A


L


---


-


-:.


Copyrighted Material


C


.


.related issue, involving a
different- business with a
different set of owners, for
which he also works in
management.
He works for Gulf Coast
EMS LLC, which is trying
to establish a service in
Florida.
That company is seeking
a certificate of need in
Jackson County, a neces-
sary part of the licensing
process. which would
allow it to base an ambu-
lance here.
The county, on learning
of the letter requesting the
certificate of need, direct-
.ed county attorney Frank
Baker to draft an ordi-
nance .that would "pro-
tect" the county.
Commissioners did not
specify exactly 19hat that


meant, nor what the ordi-
nance should contain. The
letter is expected to be
dealt with at the county's
next meeting. The request
was originally supposed to
be on the agenda for
Tuesday, Durham said, but
a county representative
called and postponed it.



g y rp yI p Jpg
911 _L) 11180
James & Sikes Funeral
Home-191addox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Mari a,2 33322446

www.jamesandsikes
funeralhome.com

Cael Lysaer
Porter

Cael Lysaer Porter, 17
months, of Marianna died
Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2009, at
Sacred Heart Hospital 'in
Pensacola.
Born in Panama City on
May 12, 2008, Cael-Cael, as
he was:called by his older
brother, is survived by his
parents, Eddie and Lisa;
older brother Cameron,
and his twin brother
Caden, all: of Marianna;
maternal grandparents,
Michael and Renee Carlisle
of Cottondale; and mater-
nal grandmother, Sue
Carlisle of Granton, Wis.;
maternal great-
grandmother, Phyllis
Melquist of Coon Rapids,
Mifeti r paternal grandpar-
ents, Donnie and Carolyn
Porter of Marianna; pater-
nal .grandmother, Mamie
Williams of Marianna; and
ahostofotherrelatives.
The memorial service
will be at 6 p.m. Thursday,
Oct. 15, at Maddox Chapel,
with the Rev. Andy Glover
officiating .
Memorialization will be by
cremation with Janies and
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
Flowers will be accepted
or contributions can be
made to Sacred Heart Hos-
pital, 5151 N. 9th Avepue,
Pensacola, FL 32504 or Ro-
nald McDonald House
5154 Bayou Blvd., Pensaco-
la., FL 32503.


much reimbursement will
be ih the following year. .
Wesley contends that the
company's higher charge
translates into- more cost
for. the patient, since 20
percent on $1,150, for
example, would be higher
than on $780.
Dritham countered by
saying the 20 percent co-
pay is based not on the full
bill presented, but op the
amount lithillifice has
agreed to pay. Those rates
are standard, he said, and
usually are tiluch lower
than the stated charge. The
patient winds up being
charged essentially the
same co-pay no matter
which service is used.
The co-pay generally
runs in the neighborhood
of about $65, Durham


said.
If the patient does not
have insurance, purham;
said, the hospital is billeg
.by' the private company:
liut at the IVIedicare or
Medicaid rate of about
$250, or at a similarly
reduced rate offered by
different insurance compa-
nies,
..According to "Diartlam,
the count} bills the hospi-
tal at its full rate of $600 to
800 a trip; -
Because there is no
insurance involved \vhen
the hospital is charged,
and therefore no reduced
rate, the hospital pays 70
to .9() percent more for
transport under the county
than under private service,
purhant contends.
fle also claims that the


county's service consti-
tutes an unnecessary hard-
ship and expense for the
hospital. He also pointed
out that the hospital can't
turn around and file the
insurance claim, since it
didn't provide ghe service.
Durham said he believes
Wesley may not under-
stand the billing system, or
that he's trying to shade
the facts.
o Durham also said he
wanted to clarify his com-
pany's aims in contracting
with the hospital. .
He said the service
doesn't want to cut into
the county's business, and
is only interested in hospi-
tal-to-hospital service. He
said the* contract is non-
exclusive and comes into
play only when the hospi-


tal feels it can't wait for
the county to free an
ambulance for the trip.
Durham said the hospi-
tal determines when it is
necessary for, the private
service to be called in, and
that he sees the service as
a help to the county in
busy times.
' "I don't know why they
wouldn't want us to help
therti," Durham said.
"We're trying to make sure
that patients get to a high-
er level of service in a
timely -manner when they
need it, rather than having
to wait two or three hours
for a county ambulance to
get free. We don'twant to
take anythmg away from
them."
Durham is also involved
in another ambulance-


include Waktilla County, where Crist recently
declined an official request to investigate the
activities of Sheriff David Harvey since it was
being- reviewed by State Attorney Willie
Meggs, a' longtime Harvey colleague in law
enforcement.
"Any of these scenarios have the possibility
of being looked into," Crist said.
Three prominent politicians in Florida's sec-
ond-most populous county, Democrat-con-
trolled Broward County, were arrested last
month on federal corruption charges, accused
of accepting.thousands of dollars in cash from
undercover FBI agents posing as businessmen
seeking illegal favors.
Crist issued executive orders suspending
Broward County Commissioner Josephus
Eggelletion who just hours before his arrest
voted on the county's alinual budget in a late-
night meeting and county school board
member Beverly Gallagher from office pending
T


on the investigation with assistance from the
Florida Department ofLa\v.Enforcemerit. .
A similar effort a decade ago by former Gov.
Jeb Bush tb toughenlaws that would make it
easier to ferret out public corruptish was large-
ly rejected -by Florida's Reptiblican-domiliated
Legislature.
"This is a new day and ,a different
Legislature," Crist said. -
Crist's decision to have the high court impan-
el a statewide grand jury comes just two weeks
after one of his top campaign contributors; Dr.
Alan Mendelsohn of Hollywood, surrendered
to the FBl on charges he ran a rt1ultimillion-dol-
lar fraudulent fund raising and lobbying opera-
tion.
"It doesn't centeraround any one case at all,"
said Crist, who is leaving as governor after one
term to seek a U.S. Senate seat next year.
T Crist illso said the investigation would not be
limited to any area of the state and could


the outcome of the case.
The third person arrested, former Miramar
city commissioner Fitzroy Salesman h'ad lost
hisbidforre-electionearlierthisyear.
A case that gathered far more publicity
statewide involved former House Speaker R.ay
Sansom; a Destin Republican who was forced
from his post in February after a state. grand
jury indicted him for perjury and official Inis-
conduct. The hitter charge was recently dis-
missed.
Sansom took a six-figure job with a
Panhandle college on the same day he formally
became speaker.in February. Sansoin had earli-
er.put $6 million into the state budget to build
an airplane hangar for a key GOP fundraiser,
Jay Odom of Destin.
That jury also indicted Odom for aiding offi-
cial misconduct and former Northwest Florida
-State College President Bob Richburg, who was
subsequently fired by the school.


www.CFLOIDANcontLOCAI/NATIONAL


Mudsld mndee eases as storm mtakens


Y~ rp


Available from Commercial News Providers































owood sal everated by Talhtswe Orthopedic flax
Tom C. Haney, M.D. David A. Bellamy, M.D.
Garrison A. Rolle, M:D. Mel Gaston, PA-C
Steve E. Jordan, M.D. Michael P.Nuccio, PA-C, MPAS
Team physicians for Jackson County,
Chipola, FSU, TCC.& FAMU
Fellowship Trained:
SPINE KNEE
UPPER EXTREMITY FOOT & ANKLE
JOINT RECONSTRUCTION TRAUMA SURGERY
HAND SPORTS MEDICINE

3051 6th Street Marianna, Florida 32446


FOOTBML SPECIM
Medium Pizza and Six Wings
$10 9 9
Horne Cooked Dally
Lunch Specials 4Nra s
Monday Friday
PIZZA CAL'ZONES
.SUBS BURGrER S
BBQ* WINGS*,SALADS
889470-4004
Hours: Monday Saturday 10:30ar.1 7:00ar 1
.1738 HAghway 232. Alford. FL.'(2420


Bestway Portable Buildings


Patsy Sapp, Tint Sapp,
Realtor Owner/Realtor


Tim Cell (850} 209-3595
Office (850) 526-5260
-Fax (850) 526-5264
gi}g 4287 Lafayette St.
Mariannd, FL 32446
www.flotidasl4owcaserealty.com


Whaat Mo,~I~re Cold ouAs Fr R


Retirementislust Around the Corner.

Are you worried about your retirement ;
savings? Or perhaps you have always
wanted tb retire early, but just couldn't
figure out how? Newspaper routes are a
great source of supplemental income.
Just a small investment each morning can
make a big investment in your retirement.

- - hisk
FLORIDAN1
4403 Constitution Lane Marianna, FL 32446


.


I


PONTIAC GMC
We Are Never Satisfied
& M YOU Afd
New & Used Vehicles


w ww.J CFLORIDA N.copu


6A Thursday, October 15, 2009 Jackson County Floridan


Medicine Clinic(


li~ peas3 ~ ~iu


NATIONAL


Months~ altr re~scu. woman shown smiling


f *Ropyrig hted Material


Syndicated Content


'AvailablelfrTom Commercial News Providers


UWh-scour~ Mo. towns~






A MEDIA GEBNERAL N11WSIHPER"I


I I -I


A iVernon Yellowiack~ets' ballcarrier is tackled by a pair of


BYDUSTINKENT
FLORIDAN SPORTs EDITOR
After a successful trip to Dallas
last weekend, the Chipola Indians
will head to Atlanta on Saturday
for another series of preseason
scrimmages.
Chipola went 5-1 last weekend
over two days in Dallas, defeat-
ing Hutchinson, San Jacinto,
Cowley, Barton County and
South Plains, and losing only to
Midland.
First-year Indians coach Jake
Headrick said he was happy with
the results of the games, but his
team is far from a finished prod-
uct.
"I think the positive is that we
went out for two days, played six
games, and came away with five
wins against some of the best tal-
ent in the country with a group of
guys playing with each other for
the first time," the coach said.
"But what sticks. out to me is
that we've got a lot of stuff to
work on after watching the film.
Welplayed good enough to win,
but this team has got a long ways
to go."
See INDIANS, Page 2B >


. . -

Marianna Middle School runnmg back Jock
Wooden runs the ball in a game earlier this
season. The Bullpups host Wakulla ton ght at
6 p.m.-at Bulldogs Stadium. Floridan File
Photo
backfield and straight power it up ib there, then
they'll get in the shotgun and spread you out,
the coach said.
They're a pretty big team with big linemen.
They've got some big guys. I think we'll be
See MMS, Page 2B >


ILimba~ugh


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Grand Ridge Indians
didn't get to finish their sea-
son with a wm Tuesday mght.
However, the Indians did
get to finish with what first-
year coach Ken Granger
called "our best performance
of the season."
The Indians hosted a
Blountstown team that ham-
mered them 30-0 in in a pre-
season jamboree.
However, Blountstown
narrowly escaped with a 14-8
victory this time.
Grand Ridge got a 50-yard
touchdown:run from quarter.
back Wayne Driggers for its
only score, then had another
long Driggers TD run called
back on a penalty.
"It was like I told the boys
after the game, that was the
best.game they have played
all year,'' Granger said.
"They played with intensity
and heart, and stepped up to
the plate when they needed
to. I couldn't be prouder."
The indians finished the
season with a record of 3-3.
Unfortunately for Grand
Ridge, that isn't good enough
. to qualify for a postseason
bowl game.
Grand Ridge certainly
played like a postseason-wor-


possession at their own 5-
yard line.
However, Grand Ridge
wasn't able to pick up a first
down, and a7-yard punt gave
the Tigers the ball back at the
. Indians' 12-yard life.
Blountstown took advan-
tage with another score with
just 17 seconds remaining in
the first half.
Tigers quarterback Hunter
Jordan took it in for the two-
point play to make it 14-8.
Another Driggers' touch-
down run in the second half
appeared to tie the game. But
an illegal block penalty
Degated the score and the
Indians eventually had to
punt.
Driggers finished the game
with 98 yards rushing on 10
carries to lead the Indians.
(}ranger said his first sea-
son as coach of the Indians
was at times frustrating, but
.ultimatelfsatisf.9ing.
"Y hate it for mi eighth-
graders to have to lose their
fast game, but as far as the
season goet we had a great
season." the coach said. "We
could've easily been 15-1.
Two of the games we lost
were by a TD, so we were a
better team than our record
showed.
?The guys had fun. It was a
great first year."


"They played with
.
bleMSzty and
heart...I couldn't be
prouder."
-Ken.Granger,
Grand Ridge coach

thy team Tuesday night, lim-
itmg an explosive
Blountstown attack to just
two scores.
Granger said it was the best
effort put forth by his defense
all year.
"Our defense surprised
me," the coach said. "That's
the way we should've been
playing all year. They were
on their assignments to the
'T.' Kurt Willis was all over
the field last night."
Blountstown got on -the
board first with a scormg
drive on its second posses-
sion, but the.Tigers failedion
the two-point conversion to
lead 6-0. '
The Indians answered with
Driggers' TD run on their
next possession. Willis con--
verted the two-point play to
put Grand Ridge up 8-6.
The Indians' defense
stopped Blountstown on
downs on the Tigers' next


Chiipola's Sam Grooms15) is defended ~by Danny Cummins (13) in


ss:.""::,,
The Marianna Middle School Bullpups got
their biggest win of the season in their most
recent game.
Tonight, the Bullpups (5-0) look to put their '
emotional victory over Riversprings behind
them and focus on a tough Wakulla team.
MMS, which took a 44-8 win over
Riversprings the only team to beat the
Bullpups in 2008 in a revenge game the
Bullpups had circled on the schedule all season.
The team produced its best effort of the sea_
son in the blowout victory. Now, MMS c6ach
Hunter Nolen said he hopes the nine days in
between games was enough for his, team to
come back to earth emotionally.
"I'm just worried about a letdown," the
coach said Wednesday. "We played our best
game to date, bull Jon'-t want to have any let-
down. We had the game against Riversprings
marked on the calender. We were really looking
forward to n, but I don't want us to think we're
all-'.--orld just \el.
"The good thing is that we had about a week-
and-a-half since that game.' .
With a win tonight aridivictoiy Oct. 20 over
Florida High in Tall hkee, the Bullpups can
complete their third undefeated season in the
last four yeirs.
"An undefeated season is one of our goals at
the start of every year," Noleh said. "First, we
want to win the conference, but the second goal
is to go undefeated."
Wakulla, which is the reigning Big Bend
Conference champion, comes into tonight's
game at 3-2, with losses to Taylor County and
Riversprmgs
Nolen said Wakulla preseDts it unique chal-
lenge to the Bullpups.
"They run a weird offense where they over-
load to one side. They try to have a full house


short against Holmes County


The Marianna High School
Bulldogs golf team has become
all too familiar with the phrase,
"close but no cigar."
.On Tuesday afternoon at Indian
Springs Golf Course, the
Bulldogs fell just one shot shy
with a team score of 170.
Marianna took on Holmes
County in a two-team tourna-
ment.
Unfortunately for the.Bulldogs,
the Holmes County Blue Devils
came in with a score of 169 to *
take the match.
Leading the Bulldogs was
Tyler "Jabo" Harris with a 39,
followed by Alton Stone with a
43. Kaidd Golden and Cameron
Oliver were both on the board
with a 44, followed by Ryan
Riley with a 46.
In junior varsity and girls'
action, Jake Mitchell shot a 44,
followed closely by Harrison
Fuqua with a 45.
Coming in with a 46 was Kyle
Griffin, with Krista Tuta at 47.
Zac Davis shot a 49, Vance
Coley a 52. and Kendra Bennett a
54.
The Bulldogs are scheduled to
tee off today at 3:30 p.m. at
Indian Springs Golf Course for
their final regular season match
before moving on to district play
next week.,


- L


Ia'E E *'."


Marianna High School golfer Krista


SECTION


Inside


LLI


SPORTS


THURSDAY


last


Best for


'GRMS comes up with stellar performance


ndians set for Atlanta scrimmage


'Jackets top Tigers


Unbeaten MMS tries to avoid letdown | Bulldogs golf team falls just
















Copyrighted Material



Syndicated Content


Available from Commercial News Providers


*
Indians
. Continued From Page 1B

The Indians will get a chance to good at last weekend," the coach known as,' the coach said. ''We more Steadman Short, who missed
get closer on Saturday, as they play said. "'that was my challenge to have to do a better job guarding the last weekend's action with a
East Mississippi, Volunteer State the team.. Hpw much can we basketball to play the way we want sprained ligament in his thumb.
and Alabama Southern. improve over the next four days of to play. Headrick said Short was ques-
Heahrick said he wasn't very practice." ''We want to use our depth to tionable for Saturday.
familiar with any of the three Headrick said rebounding and wear people down and speed peo- ''I hope he'll be able to play this
-teams, but his team is not focused perimeter defense were the tvVo ple up and make them uncomfort- weekend, but the mainthing is we
on the competition at this point. biggest areas of concern after able. That's something this week want to get him back healthy for
"I told the guys (at the start of watching.his team in Dallas. that we're really focusing on." the year," the coach said. "It would
the week) that this is a big week. "We could've been a lot better. The rebounding problems cer- be great to get him back Saturday,
What we need to worry about is We were all right defensively, but thinly were not helped by the but at the sanie time we don't want
getting better at things we weren't we want that to be. what we're absence of 6-foot, 9-inch' sopho- to bring him back too early."


MMS
Continued From Page 1B

faster than them, but I don't Nolen said a handful of tice with the flu. .
know if be stronger. We'll his players have been sick Nolen also said two of
have to use our speed." this week, with starting the Bullpups' starting
The Billlpups have been quarterback Jonathan Sikes offensive linemen have
as dominant as ever .this missing two days of prac- also been out sick.
season, with a 28-12 win
over Jefferson County m
the opener, the most narrow
MMS victory this year.
Nolen said his team has
done a great job of playing
sound football in all Ugged OUtSlde. Smooth inside.
aspects all season long.
"I think one of the best New RTVll00 Utility vehicle
things we've done this year PONTIAC GMC ..,eren, a no.a,,an sos.,s. n e.
is protect theffootball," the hair-:-.tat trarenuticing bill the all r ITY 11 0 h 1.:.4
coach said. "Wet'tre played . naralect us.:scourrr, rr ,n .:.un un
five games thip year mad We Are Never Satrsfied -
only funibled twice. We a rt.a c an can tr a.no a
haven e reo into I Until YOU Afgf Panhandle Ractor, Inc.

the football, and that's one 5003 Hwy.00
thing I'm very proud of. . Marlanna, FL 32446
"Our defense all year NOW & USed Vehicles (850) 526-2257
long has just been phenom-
enal. We've only given up a
couple of TDs, and that
was with the second and www.kubota.com
third team in there." EVERYTHING YOU VALUE CKubataTractorCorporatan2(07
The game kicks off at 6
p.m. at Bulldogs Stadium.


THURSDAY MORNING1AFTERNOON OCTOBER 15, 2009
6:00 6:30 |7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:0010:3011:0011:3012:0012:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4500 4:30 5:00 5:30
2 g The Early Show (N) (Iri Stereo) E GrIffith Fam. Feud The Dr. 01Show (N) I The Price Is Right I News Young-Restless Bold As the World Tums E Let's Make a Deal I Oprah Winfrey (N) E News News News CBS News
30 WTVY Els Moming 9 He Early Show (N) in Se@ E Regis and Kdy The Price is Right I Young-Restless Live at Bold As the World Tums E Let's Make a Deal E Rechael Ray (in reo) Oprah Winfrey (61) E flews CBS News
so NemChanal 7 Today Today Tim Fepmmy Cadm; Mon Pykn; V a A. Fox. (N) Un Ste4 E Days of our Um E News 7 at Noon Rached Ray (in Skeo) Ee Doctors E Blen DeGames Show MWonaire Jeopardy! New NBC News
il@ News 13 This Moming Good Moming America (N) E Regis and Kelly The VIep (in Stereo) E The Dr.0z Show (N) 2 AII My Chlidren (N) 2 One Ufe to Uve (N) E General Hospital (N) 2 Dr. Phil (In Sterea) 2 Oprah Winfrey (N) 9 News ABC News
toe AutoricajStacey Syfrett WHACD FunniestHameVideas Fam.Foud Smarter Smarter DealNo TheBonnieHuntShow PaidP(og PaldProg PaldProg Judge JudgeJeaninePIrro'E JudgeMathis(N)U ThePedple'sCourtu Judged. JudgeJ.
its uses unre cano.s so super 0.10.... sessmeDreall CNFlora Word UGau Dragon BiqWond Bamag Martha 510 Fetch CyDe.Has Eintnc WoraGiri SalDer Calous News ehrer
7 SHOW scar stay hungq'm (1974,1 soft anages an "uans tr Larseen rate) RE *Awana's (2007.Suspenseys Inslae me NFL ft Wr Nbanth Qur wes (1895) Fac ardDragrams 19 PG rouse me NFL sceniNeason "tfolo runagerley,
14 NICK 5 age 50onge kno..ge Bairara Dora Dora Go Diege Go Diege Mas RubQMan nuay Fresn eeal Dore liora t eleo Sponge Sponge 0aaPareni 0aspareal Bamyara Brain Sponge Penguins .Cady l Jackson
is Tes s ...... ..au son seemean seemse., Frason, Fran n, asssr.MI have imp Home Imp 9es Dear res Dear Raymona sing Ong Raymond Raymna Pep Payne Jim Jim Fner.as I Fnends E Senisa E TW OWice
17 m is roa ram asses wom erse. ws, re es ron.cco mma s can ner se vour womar, ass engreams o.cor o**Roollia -esecreer o rism> m is s Embalian es f200t] Dand Ductinely 90-1')' 1):Mrege'sty piles
18 ESPN2 (5 00) Mike and Mike In the Moming Mike Galic; Mike Greenberg.(Live) E ESPN First Take (in Stereo Uve) E ESPN First Take (in Stereo) 2 Best qI to and 10 Scor: Van Pers Spasualian upon) L Foolball NASCAR NASCAR Race
19ESPN SportsCentera SportsCentera SportsCenter(Uve)2 SportsCenter(Uve)E SportsCenter(Uve)E SportsCenter(Uve)U SportsCenter(Use)2 SportBCenter(Uve)E Unts Football NFLUve Bqriting Hons Interrupt SportsCenter(Live)U
20 CSS Pr oral ar.s Down spriane or user a unts nichi Lane alin Foons Paid Proy Pain Prog Pala Prog College Footheil Fla..d a ASFA -ti Miami Beri W Bowden Heats Tiger Foolball Game in Huddle Game Day SporisNile I
2folsN Handy MI(hey AgenilJSO Michey Hapay Movers Jungle Einstelas Tigger (name NonfouSean 120 ;E Praineas Sonny Sony Sony Soc.ny Jones.Kr Jonasl io..as. Pt.I.ies.\ pnineas Pniness
22 war eigacencome'rd20svPGA Prurange*M20005uspensels RogueenfloorjRearnimenee 84arknereengearnwsoocannon"FogeParsenspenjBecrysw.Pern StrealogrealsoBarranuReeves.RA EpincredhbHuVE
army angenan,.....,a enamous r..manenormedsays..a enarmear...',wenIER8.x.ir..-.-s:::O LaivegaSil..b.=.0 Lasvegasureiress Coldcaselic.5t-r:I LesaOrdErII.ire )Lea80raorEastmio NuuB3RSile.ierent NUMB3RSP.Bra
24cisc ra.uProg|nODison Mayer Pal09rDq CainldD 089480 CainidD ObSillaD (Juerhaulinflin.l- I Overhauliall.,1r..T Overnaull..(i..ir.1-1 Overnauliqu...ne 21 Overnauranil....s. Overr.auty ,,..in.] CashCan CasnCab CasnGAD CGSiliaD
asTwo ra.,wea.ne.10aswou.arramsananewsa nonupwinana asplannerI tenFau |Epic Weary Epic PMEdinor,**,als..11rr.....itedrsoINis. [.
2s usa ra ce sn uarmis trua rass conse s vswdBRO N 993 obn Walami E Wa Muper n IN 3) inan.y U=n Jo.as tow Gmer CI Lew 0mer CI u.. & Onar. Sud LGa 6 0rdG $VU NO$ 1 0 r., NO$ (,au fil o== 7.4.
Japau s.....5. 29 LIFE Mayer sala..ong Less rnsa win-Grace Frasier *I Presar a snern I 9.:.Reco area I |RED6 E Measum H id 0.1.76. WHE $ 30A&E cre:5Wig Jordesig theScprer.osi, Amencholususe COMCanfutSE CSI Miam. Fealed (El MiamI ...1.......) (rl.T.IndMira, Tneiguranos E Amens:MJustlEd CaldCa (FilG E Cil Miami ILrale.) I Gil Miam. I..51.ie
asva score, |use, ournae |oareas case, |oarms.. |oars.ne ours.. oarence cases |osesssue are.ue passes course |on*,as |oareas 10amine Darrace Dateds Gamine Dareas Dance Ow-:Iae Darea
33 AMC IR is)) Thr.Ps.er .f rne suffeY ** t 11905) P(a .2 Ruth.1p Scalf *** 098611..regory H.rges 8 II 48HRS *** 11952 & ricni NW 5 [Falls RE ti:Ma- herg Bang two [2Eui, tu penal 9 Mr"b A 813 *" 12004) Ben Stiler K terridger,3 an 1974 li c
34MTV tearnAMTV(Interen) IneRealWorioE TndeathrtdE TrueLiterin.Ine-ligi iru4L.terb .ierwarr MTVCnDs MTwiriDi Pqzrlia (JIsailer Degries:I Degras:I MrsdHI...I.;+.1 Goinglial DISASTer (JGailer Popolia
35 NET e la w so insterans.. w wassrr. The MG Flique snow I Janis ? Jamie E The Game Tne Gair.e ChrI, Chns 19789 en 'b (2.102 01BIT4.1 18171 > rF & III 1 Jamle E Japt..4 F ini GIsm. Up Game Chr.t Cr.rli 1(s) 6 Park
seToov ealer. |ommon sorneT |case, remar.a urrv eles onsoners ..... scoor,, rose, soon, soon, sys..o |roma ns, |scour,, user |courage courage c. come r.:.ma n wr, awiculou.e- |3or...nr
IsT The Most E FDR: A Presidency Revealed (Pard of 2) E FDR: A Presidency Revealed (Part 2 of 2) 9 Conspiracy? 2 Modem Mervels E FDR: A Presidency Revealed (Patt 1 of 2) E FDR: A Presidency Revealed (Part ? of 2)9 Conspiracy? E
40 WLND Pald Prog Comfort Pald Prog SIIm Jeans Extreme*Home GoodTIme GoodTime Sanford Senitard All-Family Leave HIllbillies Hillbillles Gunsmoke n Qunsmoke 2 Bonanza Bonanza n LIttle House
43 cNN2 (5:00) Morning Express With Robin Meade Morning Express ShowbIz TonIght HLN News Prime News 9
45 art (s:oo) American using (N) a Newsroom (N) Newsroom (N) Newsroom (N) Newsroom (N) The situation Room with well alitzer (N)
de cw sl. P.,E copy icosby Bemie TBA TBA Cheaters Steve Whop The Tyra Show E Re lyra Show (N) U Reba E Reba E King KIng
al SPIKE lesway nose,:rers use.*, Bar,,rween War elects a .ar. Torns, were unrarr.armovenes unrried unrrsea unrned Memed es: Ne il... at ess crimeson csl:crimeson ess:Crimesco esl:crimesco
useuy cananse svanes, now,, use....na nourse commesar uses.. I-slate Hoy*;(a IIWall6 IlWallS Presserry 105611 untenanie 00.4 Challenge Enlillenge Color Color Kitchen 1 T n
so TL.c ouses, enmis, ears, ear., ea, ear,, son a were son s sale oress cross ana nous.... a son, en, |aa,, sunn or., cuser Family |uthe uttle police women police women
99 SPEED Monster Jam Thunder PInks Out Pass Time Pass TIme Wrecked wrecked Pald Prog Pald Prog NASCAR Classics Jell Gordon takes the n. (N) NASCAR Recing: Sprint Cup NASCAR NASCAR Racing Unique Whips

THURSDAY EVENING / LATE NIGHT OCTOBER 15, 2009
6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:0010:3011:0011:3012:0012:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30
z o cons ,,,,,.2,, sc..... sea.oa tra;.E. cs, come s,. Inconswa (ft) 5 Ne ws LAIO ifiGw Lerrieman LDIO Leile snow E.tra il up lo ttle MI..ure lfil rin a..,-... AqDay (BS NF.ws itsyDres Good Morning $now
so News Fortune, survivor:samon(N)a csl:crimpson, thousatalistiqu news useshow-Letterman Latetateshow inslas UptotheMinute(N)(InStereo) WTVYThisMominga
so News Fortune commun |Parks The Office 30 Rock 9 The Jay Leno Show 9 News Tonight Show Late Night-Jim Last Call Poker After Dark 9 Extra E The Bankruptcy Hout $hepherd's Chapel Early Tdy NewsChannel7 Today
4 us., ,,,,,,,,,,. asnser.,arse cross..,,womnot emere real.elanu has nionn.ne ones, sessau.eit usez aur, r...cores amuse release, necen >.:00..,<, some essonsisuomm,
lose usu r...4,<. 0,neen.n...:,.....a Free., en,.,,,,e..,, runsv..jscrue...s u.sorer suu mnes., searteauitrneouss.|s.... a5: maleare seaP.xs cr.ns ,.......I meper., oneson suse.neraaones,., amoProg ouraser
si,@ Eurup inruma cr.3, r.:.ad ila rate lc.Performs..,;a M.=, inel... ...mE Cne*InaAowlink Srr.ney smiley I..Performance keeper.(45:orer AmericeMailersal..:r-les.I 0ueen ariteraury has U..ns
7snow nu .1,,,,.... ne.,,,,,r.,,, neen.e...... ..ac er, eam seeir....w..war....,,,n upssar,,,,a e..ne.mmt.,,,wirrownssroon mou.I;.aur< coor..ws.uwancessor Poe eye
inic .can, is.e.g. us..:.... |us...... in... |crre | ae, can,,,, reenarn, roman.., u..co..v. Males.= torse, Geory, ce.ns |ct.... rr,,,ra,,,,, reason, rr,,,anon, reanann, rnes.nc., ne mann, rn.num., owners.,
16TBS NameEul Pregi..r.e Mr.fsBart.el ain.,,si emps rusal....nr.......a wr..t i.,:4.1, 18 II..eliiI MLBPGas NameEarl So.&Caly Fuellkessneroid **(20(eMarrorilhillil Harvey Heresy MrjrrigQ Marned UprWid Married Marned Married
17HB0 Owes.) .-F.'u.rums F.ure...rane loo.nEaser... .. |w,.,,answ meansla truler.nce.nreasiers own..sP.Tess:.rhis...,m .. newed our2r3wl>:ll...tJamemon..4 R Trers.e.r ...ims 0.ma.usrt..ilvain.r.v Ra Eterrho**(199?>)
18ESPh2Nascannucing:r.......:..c.0.....rn insc,.so |WurldEEiles WeirdSirl5 sportshil.:.nEl NAilAR NFL5GreeleyGuarr.ofrilis, NFLLl.p Elevdeall 5purrge..Ian011E Baserprill BasebaII IItsareaMike
19ESPN Basenan |Courgehoursill..........as. ur r...a m..,s ),cases outsi an:eran NFaus. sponscoverrt..elli ssorister.rerit.mia anger, seen.:...............:.....r.E*.. = it.ors:Centeral semiscec.rerg
2oess assue.r.mean camercensue ra...,n.........,,, sanione....:...... amore, aloorag aware, smaro, ompro, near., more, Paiid.og PakiProg PoisiProg PaldProg PaldProg PaidProg Reshape
21olsN me.,s uswana sms......o. ........xalans..lm r was |ue..in.1.1 Wized:- soname.. UNDereli (cry Replace mm Emperor Dragon Proud wnlars Rescal Mermela uroSnich UI:4IIIcn Pninesi Morers
22Max ,,.ma so...ro, ...,,asasamoraleallersaw user.,we ,orala scrus:renna:101)51,5 TheE.urseTrearadertosrlornalety(RF=.'NR Fun.,acers.sexu.71rm..s.iwantRA Cteerse.4'ne(1981)FindAir.ureRE
23TFIT (Sav es. .ll ? ..11 Neil...r..s f Runnoui **I20t11 art..).labeth II Auminud walkagi arusailedishChanill esl Nvrl...nee.il Coldese Tr..A.... Colacese l...s.I. if unnoulairacial wnn.:.ulaTrace ..its Angel O... rnva l
24DISC pean..,ta|c......ca 9..9.. Israg Dige.vanqAram...T......i ..I. e..I Reginfra..elE locoven.,gAramer......] I.-I....Builve-li(asnOD CathlaD insis..Ilyi(PardProg Passpr.;q PalaProg PalaProg SeldP.Tg Pronts Pai0prog
as two e...wre, ca se in. ...2, ..... ...ar.... ..... v. we e... com... r ...an... ... 1 7 I..r ..5 1 .RI Wearner Co..Isr.K Weditler (siver -E Wearner Cole. Et. Firsr Ouness & Wake up W RI M 1
28 usa as .:1 Ti. I1 ? Hous ii.. II. In HGui# 6 7 mil 5 ill. In Hou 6 1. 1 R. ..T MG.uk IL La v1)rdGr (F Burn FMilab IE.. Edili 4000 WR Anfi thitall. E Lan 6 Or.]<: $VU MGMy Pald P Wings E /
28FAM rusinew|2osinowTowseenualneasureusel*nlips run.main.:.v.eviateine:rocurse onse? Whose palarroQPalaProginsenly PalamogTnemoonow appea RelaProgPrince uleTenausyer PaluProg
29 LIFE Grey's Anatomy 9 Medium (In Siereo) 2 Project Runwily 9 Project Runway (N) 9 Models Projectitunway 2 Models Project Runway E Models Pald Prog Thinner Pald Prog Ab Circle Pald Prog AD Secrets Pale Prog AD CIfCIS P810 Prog
30 ASE crea..r..a ul..as si ir.u r rel an r....1,..s in Firsi an s trwirm ia el, ...... One.e sse < IIa ruw as !,...1,-,1 Ine rergr eea. Tr.e rs.,as 8 ..nl ame la il Pala Prog Pala Prog Pain 9rog Para prog Pala Prog Pala Prog
32svFY n L.mune....a.=. Pa. *** n a-aru.- lepiplifla.T. 10 Mistlers. Hearr(as is Maggrag Horital M@alarialM reur|jT Highlanderflu.1meal Thel*Filigill., I us..t Sea.( Epth.1, etGrif@ilatedbgggi OdGild DGrhilde PaldP@ 98idP

35 BEF 100 pers Fr..ware. ... noon us..., n, II.,c., Y.sc.u At. c., up f l., M,. Milue it..:w a w nuni.r. The Maine *** I It n9 Llearace FI se nt Venr=u 9 se r; b BE1 Inspirnnon BET inspirenon
so TooN annnny 7 Johnny T Cliewder Flopjeck Total Stoked (N) King-HIll King-Hill Fem. Guy Fam. Guy Chicken Aque Teen Stroker Awesome King-HIll King-Hill Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Chicken Aqua Teen Stroker Home GormitI (N) Cneouc 2
39 HIST Modern Marvels9 Kennedy Assasslnetion: Beyond Conspiracy Gangland 9 Underworld Kennedy Assassination:11eyond ConopIracy Gangland a Underworld Pald Prog Pald Prog Pald Prog Pald Prog Profite Pald Prog
40TVLNDBrady Brady Brady Brady Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Roseanne Cosby Cosby Cobby 3sCo. 3'sCo. 3'sCo. M'A*SW' M'A'SW PaldPag Homes
43 CNN2 Jane Velez Mitchell Nancy Grace The Joy Behat Show Nancy Grace Showblz Tonlght The Joy Behar Show Nency Grade Showbiz Tonlght Nancy Grace Prime News U 1 Jaine Vetez-Mitchell Moming Express
45 CNN Lou Dobbs Tonlght E Campbell Brown (N) Larry King Uve (N) E Anderson Cooper 360a Larry King Llve Anderson Cooper 360 Anderson Cooper 360 Larry Klng Live Lou Dobbs Tonight Newardom American MomIng A
46 cw '?os show | 70s Show The VampIre DIarles E Supernatural (N) 2 Married... Married... Roseanne Roseanne BernIe Cops a Cops E TBA Pald Prog Comfort Pald Prog Pald Prog Pald Prog Back Pain Healthy Pald Prog The Dally BuzzE
47 SPIKE UFC Unleashed E The Utimate Fighter TilA Wrestling (N) (In Stereo) E MANswers Game Ways Die "Blown Away"tt (1994 Suspense) Jelf 96dgesilli$1ereo) Pald Prog Pald Prog Peld Prog Pald Prog Pald Prog RIpped
49 HGTV House House First Place First Place House House House Estate Property First Place House House House Estate Properly First Place First PInce First Place Steam Pald Prog Pald Prog Paid Prog Pald Prog Gardeners
soin Police Women Pollce Women PolIce Wonion Mall Cops (N) 2- Pollce Women Mail Cops (in Stereo) E Police Women Police Women Pald Prog PaId Prog Pald Prog Money Pald Prog Homes Jan & Kate Jon & Kate
99 SPEED Pass Time Pass Time Pinks All Out Jackedi )Jackedl Wrecked Wrecked Pimp Ride Pass TIme PInks AII Oilt Jackedl Jacked] Wrecked* Wrecked Georz Hot Rod MotorWk Autobody Pald Prog Pald Prog Pald Pq Comfort


._...~1.-.--. --- -- ------i-l-r*l-^l-~--rr~-i


8 Thursday, October 15, 2009 Jackson County Floridan


www.JCFLORIDAN.com


.TV Grid Key: Numbers shown on the right correspond to "over-the-air" TV stations; Numbed to the left match the Comcast Cable lineup.


:....~.... ..._~.._..~..~


SPORTS


Briefs


The re tuSfeeads
High School Pirate
Plunge, a community-

2"ar="ad"::
today at 6 p.m. in the
SHS gym. Everyone is
invited to come out, meet
the 2009 homecoming
court along witly the
teams'. from both SHS
and GRMS, see perform-
ances by cheerleaders
and band members and
more. Admission is $2.

Recreation Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
two tackle football
leagues and one boys'
flag football league, and
will offer girls the oppor-
tunity to play flag foot-
pall Registration for
ages 6-13 will run
throligh Oct. 23 from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. at The
Marianna Educational
and Recreational Expo
(MERE} located at 3625
Caverns Rd. in
Marianna. The registra-
tion fee for flag football
is $30 for those whohve
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 those outside
the city. The fee must be
paid 'with a check or
money oider. No cash
will be accepted. .
Special registration
will be he Id at the MERE
from 4 .m. to 7 .m. on

O tic and .nAH
copy of their birth certifi-
cate. The age of all par
ticipants on Nov. 1 of the
current year will be the
player's age for the
entire season. .
Anyone interested in
coaching or officiating

n ct footba a)ilese

Rt 3 82n-62D2e8poTc
by during registration

Golf Tournament
The 17 th Annual
Marianna Altrus a Club
Golf Tournament will be
held Oct. 23 at Indian
Springs Golf Course.
Registration will be at
12 p.m. with lunch pro-
vided, a four-person
scramble, modified
handicap for 18 holes.
COst is 363 per person.
Proceeds from the tour-
nament endow Club
brojects.such as "CpatS
For Kids,""Christmas
for Families,"and
Chipola College nursing
scholarships.
Formoreinforniation,
contact Jay James at 526-
3197 or Kitthy 10ilton at
482-7788

Golf Tournament
Marianna Optimist
Youth Program will be
hosting a golf tourna-
ment Oct. 24 at Indian
Springs Gdif Course.
Tee time is 1 p.m: The
tournarrient is for ages 7-
18 only. All interested
persons should call Dr.
Pliftio Tuta at 850-557-
3481

Men's Flag Football
Marianna Recreation
Department will offer
MOff S 7-on-7 Flag
FOotball League.
Teams may sign up at
The Marianna
.Educational and
Recreational Expo
(MERE) located at 3625
Caverns Rd. in
Mitrianna.
The registration fee of
$350 is due before the
first contest. The league
will-play a 10-game


schedule with play start-
Ing in; November. There
will be a managers/orga-
nisational meeting on
Oct. 29 itt 6 p.m. at the
MERE Complex. For
more info, please contact



Spor ts Items
Send all sports items to
editorial@jcfloridan.co
18 OT fax #lent to 482-
4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P. O. Box 520 Marianna'
Fla. 92447












Jackson County Floridan Thursday, October, 15, 2009 3


* **


- -


..e *



eam m *



SW e 4 p
an e me


* * alip 0


a em time


L


* *** ** ee
g e eg e
e 1 e **



aCop righted aterial:-2




Syndicated Content- -
9 a me emies & * *



'Ava lable from Commercial News Prov ders
7 es .

*g * -


. *,*


*

**










* * we -
*

gag

em * *
me * gp me
e-- a
may -me
e .. . -

*ae


me









**
*
am



*


&** .4 as eme

p ** es a@



as


____1


& em
a age


we a


* * Me *


e. * -






eme
ee* *


* - *





e eg *
*




- ** *


em
we e


.


*


* -e
.. *


* -a


*


* -


-- -


. .

*
ang ... .


* *


e a e e e

as
pe


*
* *
.. .


**


* *@m


* e


*


--
*


*

*
e


.
.


.
. .. .


9


* **
* *
--


*. *.


was em
. .
.


* esp a


- *


wwwJCFORIAN~omENTERTAINMENT


eas-- *


*
*







* *


e *


So ame
* (6 * am *


*~ b-left to )(trl fc~t


*


Me *



*
fe


f)





-C~G~~b


BY HON: (50)52-36-1 r (00 79255 BYMAI: IRE GRASS CLASSIFIED MARKETPLACE
BY AX:(85 79255P.O. BOX 520, M~ARIANNA, FL 324437
ONLIE: W W.]FLORDAN.OM'IN PERSON: 4-03 CONSTITUTION LANE, MARIANNA

Sho ittilitSells!



$29.99 RecetonleEe ancI Automobile Li~stinge
Pulcao Pley-Errors area Omissions Adveler should chec their pu lldlo ineap 801 a T.. phl.5 ...t.II... b 30 1. .I .a1: pol .1a .r 0 Ipogapb: ro o rrr Dbicllnexep o heenes f h csto te d o te istda
If15ErHon Ad usimenI for 6rrors Is Ilrrnled IC. the co~d ofInal perflon 01 tree ad Ilar.reI. Ir.. e~nre., Jiluned Tr.. ... .e .a ta rpt.nr..Eel<0 o ibe o ara1sa~rgo o errors In adran~seme tr.l cDyond th e mount paid for the space
actually ocicupied Dy that porton of Ine advertiser ent In whlton [he error Ger redna nncrvetr sue..r.r.:.r II .au. I.:. c-r.)IIlg r 4. epthr..I.rpe~s ..7Ia11. rarej shalrP n1 t..a no Ilabll forr non-inSerilon of any advertisem sn i Dayond the amount paid for
suCh eavertisem ent Display Ar1s are not guarantrad pOstrian AI sadvertising is ratle cl re apLp.nal Rirjl ..a'*e '*:e.s.. r~~ l, l1.j0 ur..].; Ilhe a .pi.:priate :labSsmeBllo n




To Visit sid3/Foret/rSl 2&3BD2Ai Hednd1917foAum
Fri a Sat. 8-14485 quifeshpes PT 66-8303 r 8059- A risl2k e.40 3 1-
Broad St. Marianna adrcevrfo 8522-95 33/286083 O 2Ltsef.01
Baby items, books, te ako rec.
Riots of misc. Cut ra ,3,344s0.620 otnWtr Cretcat9 e 09Bs

hsekg/coking850.Moving Sale: Fri & Du ceni Ea.woe /r or,$20.34 oodphf r xrsas n~.P
592-253693-517 Sat 16 & 17, 7am-?re ird oos2 hshr od.Ftto 782 7BiiiTp$900$175akng950
2244 Syfrett Rd (off 10W o eg terlig eui-343751 a ihr'711 0h OBO. 907-687-7661.


goes. Don't ms t teti aina 10n346929 3-2-67 Hna0'Frmn tol tHm
Tovisit Vstdrt ne i-7 @ a e1s 7 p v II h e sb t

Multi-family garage i~ o ek ae urd osoig ieTmeCek iei opeecs 7Byie ai / oMnkt
sale. Fri &. Sun. 8 51 e o aina N es vi.Ot-RligHls o o ihtn fa- Cusr2 t w 1 o Ii oo
hD7 Hv ry e0 am iyoala- 4i le 0 e 3 Es 0 .. in C trC3 e 5
10A area Salary. + o m iesdRalEtt aefotbi he riefll25PJhsnM
Alftehicilucu pt 811185 Co pnycr o p.Bokr Poetyfr ae lmarf 0'16f. avs oer 5,0.DulAxeTr v

6150Maha W bnef ts.Fax esum Ausin yler& Asoc w50 Ymah/GPS 080 34-45-306 bakeswh.,run
to 4 eail n OR etai acs f 32 P~oami o r OdeBT 14 ondrmd 50
DONY ~ ~ ~ vw MISI okn o u NYB es bdg-Rti 10/ (3)9-58gl ralrs rp asTakr0 r r $,0. -1-.SaKnodrmd
i g anC nre s Nal E .41 LaR~t koncetrtlnt $3,0,Car7 -01 30prr95.w a r 2a
Pes n f.pe. $ 0/ o $ 5 e kf,9 PH n a, se rn ,4 1 h ut R NG R'7V 18 3 46 15 3

gaesealth~ or reedng u* 180tt
gatinganimlwy3/$40m

iel ff lueSprngs Free kittens & cats 42/3-45Cm uiy. 4
w/Hky. hitetan 850-482-4252 Aatet- 21 oae tnG
985k~~s n se. Free kittens, Itr box Ufrihd &Sed ae / rc oei
EWARD trnd, weaned.850-gabin.$0/m edsCHAal
579-4087/573-6834 215dc .i 5-7-38 ~ .$49080
850- 2-203 Re- 850-482- 5880/850- fml ,$0 o$0 5-5-22 wiewse a IN wo ih $58053 h somss



2BR28Ain lfod 86-100 shly Bd Fame Dophi Diingtabe 2mos $24 ech D/DVDg Tower, $10
C~d w w5 6 & fi 2mermid ed ta t f.d8W70d 6 $38 850866-850-92-203 80-86-170
Puppes, ll clor 2/2Du lx i Grad 27- 81/57-185 $12 fim 85-866 Dra he Eplorr 80-23-246/899 Enertanmen ct
$250.N'pts AK emn Rde 5 40 32$ 50-$4 -825 bothn 1700ed AslyDni e- yrlo res&ht 01$508027
Shepherda upgs ep8052-51 C/ in Cde02sela nwnd et rs Ne s 3 $L er Ninteno, DSK Lite 47/91

: .. iii'8#p. dae -2-A Ba a A r i 0 7 2-s5$08E6 e 9 0
chokes (FMIC), F s/Land/Timbe Wter/gar baeinl (3)67338 3p ntraimnt 80-0-78. rck ccs.$


vww.j"efloridaPnY;com ;i


4 B Thursday, October, 15, 2009* Jackson County Floridan CLASSIFIEDS www.JCFLORIDAN.com



WIREGRASS CLASSIFIED




M RK P E











Moac sonsR~ ounmbie y oran rs a co, ,
Aural m e (pr Uiiy eile)( rcs-ev Dt

Tritn'O TR2, Mr- Jyco'95, 32' RV, 1 bakw a n.fly. .c~n(1
u 225 engine. ew ate oiul 5 nE\ ar B E ..aenv.$950 "
finde $moto .d~ep4 ej 6. rllubrl h3433641F o te
Wat n '79 27 ft. j h.4 V 2 ll~j 7 ,TalesTatrs Cey'4 ivrd 4 d .c e




.Tra ~ m i ersy Ph@ ade t07 sales LLc s9 2 D~e t sh let rn r I m it '5CrC ev r rtair 83 4 .m. 2 0 C p ht a n 0 0 3 4


Ford ~ 77 3/ o /u Ie aer n. nimina 0 .rearsh/p" c:.d n.$50 e 180.600$3,00 Ofes
482-187850272 rer &slide-us caKmers od 3Acr i51'Anvrar o.-e 10 6 61 v ww

kylne 30 T ave l so Le D e ur se n ,BM do 5s d nr' Klj ar f
Traier, xcelent rcake-Bd fr, tow ManCrSlsLC* 3 669.r a; I.1r
conitinsleps ar. Garae m rstoe. 11 etM i t Honda 05 A.:l:.rd E\ od0 E8o1 1- :0or3- 9

334-797-3617.ciner door 'loaed V85l su ido.llan otic0 radA -0:0mie.Iwer 119W s ai t ray h.HrRpt hv;0 iveae Nsa 9 nS
[ ek Kin Tig Arw 7t, per clea,90 47 ies, 6lc.:! .34rc ~.1 300. 1b ,95W t r 341-43 3369580$ 003437423 Ol5300mls V8K gCaBac
-=l Mtrhome-udfro '86, w arrat.$995 nCrSales LLC o 3-4-52 OeOnr m a- At rn ny5
whteA to.8 d cy), 334-701-5550 Honda 0'6 Civic,Gray 199Ws anS. Hre aisn 0 e- MSE egsn uae.347309 atr ar
Po~baes&ste- M '874i, le dr /cipp we. 3 -69580Loi Rd rlsstan et.D ylg t uo i- 20 o el'5 1HP C EV 66 uso o e wn ow e
inA/,A /F tnec 8K grg 6,0 m. oo a P nia 0 Vb K i lak darn- nnin.180-7- ese rctr590 8 p/b s b at, tok iltCuied


'07 ESALADERV 37 a Ar ort2s00. Se la,4K mls, Tu cren S le I hheir e as e95 9 i 4, D e 13-0. 0 5ERI 3 Oe

Slides, Deluxe Refrg Je Sd 8 4fxc.Honda '08 Civic, LXa i9nag 800-47 Mrle Dnd..S*t 33 .p End 6 udIot
w/ icemaker, 696-5505 /791-4885. -l, Clan, o mlsp pooo,, r.3 hi4. E! 600 3447- mut el 1,70



dr A ar 4 w0 -75- Cailla 00 evile $3OnOT3uhcre 7 801 Saturn 96' SI. runCrse 0 oae 55: L
Entertain- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tem met a 37.Dyo ht 900 w sein' plarr 26K 3844-797. Hyundi v2SneF a.cl ir odd 3 0I74
ble~~~~~~~~~~~~~~m. 4/ck Chairs, 2 D AC A/M259 after 6pm 16 495W 1 7510 i.E*Cein.Dog 325ST
Coach, w/ chase Greatak cond.$,000. Chrsle Da95gh Voyger letersas.
e 85-42488 handle drum Hteenng Harl peirvte L6* na34n 69-58) 6 ato eas8, cbbrs gd 15
4,0de,246 Cadillac'94 Cod$,8634 .la Ib mi.T l. HneSh0S0 w mNmeas m,1370.4p62
Fleetwood. To con-505 Hyna 7 ont r9 ndbae, baie ie,8,0 17 OO8052 Dde'8Qadcb ooa 0 uda
199 Trvelton Triler, iin 3-9-98 X ,Atmtc, manye9 m o vre n Sew m$795748323257H lodd* 1600certie
cold AC, excellent. loaded, sunr, ol4oof r,cl part ow mileae $1,00 3 -76814 Eceln
cond., $4000 egoti- Car8rs i~~eeker Cdila -.O -- leathe r A nexenllnt, Call76 fo oedtis H NA'1X7RFr 0 isa a'Cniin
bl.34-9315812K ils,$99. 2952 -25 DrtBie i n w.whte lahe &pw D b$57 dom a cewyn41 lie
I o toe 1upRa 8.000347,0 -e, Auo -y $80 334 9 -7959 -81 oatur 4 eL rn, .bob 2. 4,r c 8 2-206
cnrainopy, great od- 334Dao~jh 79600 709 rightng yelow low~ WD.44K Grea cond


pwood2128hers tanso yahoo W..St.ro 334699 Jaur0 weX3. alSqlll3c oia cotr -D /,crie 05 a/p
comh w forse moret 5880ww .westmain Sportu 589 et 34 1-43 Brgtylolw oto 6Km. M 9 aanh iFR 7,F00 5, 1F42


Ke,00 so e o 99000 go d con., rve l --v Alo 0 f 3ss c rua s I lli hr
8,500. 34-714-400 Auooie i CHEVRLET '03 haln Dec.~ '08.h New i 3-9-88 od 2 00. or f cut
Monete Carlopo r SSnai(S~n rodr ball jointes, ser 3-3 4Cm isoes o
D SrueTie T kd ih'Crvte02 ove.BackAt.,J8318 6-c Le us'00 ic ES0098 ng dmpner no a H0n eGa, epLbry20.V. ktewout d
sheldt A,1 Oce lent 2lD o4 w r ,L i- IS s aWof.M 303rrts o 0ieg. kp/ DmG aCrs EUY0 lgrie gd
334-7 $~0150 sed vse O e2aw er $8.800 ~ 4ethr Oxc arln CaCl 4o or ealad $ 79 U A A a 0 14I t e-d nc epT
524,000.334-299373 Chevole'93Cp les com 5 tion.60Kmi.$13,0. 1cso~ d 5503-4-15A RIAC
--~~~~~~~~34-I071 rcewhte70 34-75171 swi FOD'6F3S1tn MEDIG ACSO
mies extr clean.oo LEXUS SCiio 400, 4.0 seo a ddeas e.fabddmptuk ONYSLN
ne trs.540. y.Rnsgeal oksVOV '6 C0t $90. 3-62-37 y s.$390 rae EELPMN RG
*e bed 334-79 801 god ete n. OenRc dto. o 9-41frSV442934 LTOSADCD



GoodEcope condtio 334-65-355 Sha arp $20dw BO3467945o a, rns get OE ETO
Slersqht 6,Ak .Mzd 75 rn $209] per month Cl 3-5-18Los go.$4019E E. RVD
copH. ~ ?jd 334-79T8897 d FORD yaoo W.6 F150 Su-9 er- to ring, exc con re-0 Rcnlls 714r 008 BO 3449-71 IG O
payo cabr 5.V oade ,80w~etan mainin warr4800 Wanted SEVERABILITY,
or~ ~ ~ ~ ih 33-9S98 2kmles, $17,000 CHeRYSLER'05 Taaown n. lc $14,99 5 080. Autmoble GMCo 03l Sooa3r EEMEAN O
Du chman '07 316- ~ 772-63 1506 facor Contry L, 55,000c 334445365 orPG 25ld. 7 i $,0. ANEFCIV AE
3 o tgsrd ty M. c22. m o 3Greebar 452-80 6 r a r, h o 347468 w
Tu b tD eel, 4ryI an Li~e w. e, Ip 0ies days. eve 83-7150 390 or 01-55880 AMFwteo, 02Nny.5rC 9 ocoe

/434790-950 Cab V8.ke Loaded. 32 ir onetal 1k M ZD '8 Ec etcodon accesllo stories, ridiu ete t er xeln unsg n n l esn
514.500.e 334-79 06 46 7720 miles auo hi ita ry Pwr 3 0 Engine er $1000 lusylean&fst lan e e oniin Rsoed eirn o rsn
3,50 mint4-00 cond./ls~sc bHa LackO top. Hardtop. Covetil Fim 34)8-05 334-805-6081 52,0.347250000 n atrfro
$15,9003 85-29-41 6-sd. Loaded Auow. .i 3076.0E3098 334r~~n~j~l 67-71 gtsidpo
mds Likees new. M-Be 1929tt Gazll ki pse odiane a
12-C 522.000 334 692432 carf runsh and99 lookS Cas. -appar ad behear



































Sa.5(1 ,750 334-65 YAMAHAY '06- W o d oache
d~~eH e s a rd MW eA 1 lie2 h5d 515 Eu n a
afb n s~h ardn oadd, 02Kmi.Covete '1 m .0 80-4 662 Hne Exaus Sy- 84 315or 64 qumen inludd, io bythepu a
us,:~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~la &.6 .ho 6Ot Ac u-o nd 4d 0.- s
Jac '8 a l Atoobles 33-74-915 474 ils, 1750 PNTIC 6 GO Lkene.$00033- 34699580 160.78-25 Nssa'0 Tta LE sn tretMaiana


Coachman '97 Still new. $27,500., NISSAN '06 Altima
Excel., 6700 miles,
Mirada, 31.5 ft., 37k a 334-790-9431 Special Edition. Extra's! $14,300.
miles, good cond., 2 62,300k, all ower, 334-369-8139
$15,000. 229-334-9413 nP I 2d. ofD LSTeDdan. n 00 ,lt s o-
Concord Coachman Leather, 17,000 miles. Tan, 3-spd. 8-c I. 2 Ioy whe&Is. sch
'05 Motor Home. 23' 334 793 0095 WD. 125022 ITli es, mantanice at dealer
long 2700mi, Take needs mmor work. since i bought looks
over payments.850. 2007 Nissan Aitima. very clean, $2000 good, and runs reat
593-5103 Immaculate.0 ly OBO. 334-794-9631. 62,300 miles,4 oor
Om q.wBneow Ford '93 Taurus, runs automatic transmis- Harley Davidson '07
$2200. 1-334-475-1723 tion, metallic blue ex- Pearl Yellow, 6-spd.,


M Call 632-0144 good, needs AC, sion, Like New condi- Road King Custom,
Acura '08 MDX, tour- terror, charcoal inte- 3000 mi. Loaded. Like
ing edition.63K Ford 95' MustangCo- rior, 2WD, a/c, alarm* newl Always covered
mil es, excel. cond., nvertable $2500 850- alloys, am/fm, CD,
new tires.$22,300. 726-0256 cruise, driver airbag, and garage kept.
334 -134-0240 assenged airba PL, Includes sundowner
Four Winds '99 (5- .. S, PW, sun roo seat w/ backrest,
Motor- home. 34ft. MI $11,000 36305 windshield, rush
Excellent condition, (334)618-4741 mufflers. $15,995.
20K, New tires, DVD .. jdriver024@hotmail.c 334- 393-0064
Player-Ref- /Frez om
w/Ice maker, Water Nissan '07 Altima HONDA '08 CBR 1000,
heater, hydraulic Infiniti -01 130 120K 2.55L, Black, 34,200 black&silver, 6-spd.
Jacks, convection. Corvette '07 Auto, Silver $5,995 W.M. mi., base stereo, 4-cyl. 1468 miles,
/microwave.oven 3LT, Loaded, Chrome Car Sales LLC, 1919 moon roof, spoIler* runs well, warranty,
slide out. $25,500 WhMIesdictorbRed, W.M. St. 334-699- r Like new, includes
334-718-0460, 718- Warranty.$38,750. 5880 www.west $20,500 obo, 334-372. riding gear, $10,000
0793 334-678-2131 maincarsales.com 0702 or 334-432-0302. OBQ. 334-796-5596.


k C t Fl id *Th d Ot lfer 15 20 a


DECLASSIFIED





--------~-3---~------r~--~--r~-llrr~ t `~~


MARANN Bestway
magemag Portable Buldings





yourside Plese f Yor Rot) residential C eining ~DCAAppmeed
on hand, m case De~~olivsesry e-up FE PON~fNi
youme needemli us.li 10 osis
cifHOME REPAIRS Imenmmnt Clom Chm Wnow
BY ChwooeFrom
ReerncsHOME[WORKS ( Manu~cturedFor
Please Call Gall"Beautificatioin GIFT ERTIFCATESdsC
Hm: 82-424 Gade Pn Awa A Sle. of Your fome"' AVALRtBLE asustacanweAt G N
Cell:264-793 *ExcaatorCarpentry/Painting RepaIirs& Additions
N~il/IO *DumpTruc Nat~a So ie Installations *RemlOdeling G N
Hm: 92-401 *BullozerAdhGeneral Repaits *Energy Efficenty`
Deolitpn r I~lli n r ng Jr. 15/e, Yha, D cre~ tenh


Alr ConditionersI Topl s lnd 11Dirt~ |' ' li F 1il

G le ring vll/C*VISA*DISCOVERm
Since 190 Mon-Fi 9-4:3


Your ocalThur: 9-oon Remodels
Godmn *Additions "~SO
Aman Disrlbuor Decks 0 8 Gl?


A Sy t th C o~rk wl~h~br

ifetime condenserl
. Warranty Air Condotloners Sol dull set n ann n
Land hearing, Inc. FINISHING*ISPRAYING
ActNo fo a AIIAplince 8/ $gyi'g ALTHA, PL 30 Years Experience
$1500Tax Cedit850468-980 Lecensed & Insured
482-665 Sppl~es cel 850852 055 oom e oe FREE ESTIMATES
(85) I wedont hve home remodeling. QIAITY WYORK
we cn gt it" M OolzR Kitc~he hpg a es.
2000 Bordn st. "" ." PIYIIM I:*, I ANHE
ggggg" E MR o as (434) 258-5128
CHEC (fj$$fff)$ 5008881001? co no ou m i.b 1calffieII
OUTHIE We reworingClssiied hae hat & Sdealks, ohs


6B Thursday, October 15, 2009 Jackson County Florid~an


w ww..l(:'s o)llmAN.com


C


.-


g*





*







- - -
- *






ee


- -


-

* -
* *
- -


- a



.

.


* -


. .


. o e. .
.
. .e .


.
- -*
-

- -
- v *
*


INTERNATIONAL


UN: Recard 1 billion go hungryr


Iwe Tuw


AS Chad A .






Copyrighted Material


. Syndicated Content.


Available from Commercial News Providers


fJL ~nrrrLr,


~I


-




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs