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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: February 10, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Volume 87 Number 29
:'., '. WEDNESDAY


County may go to eminent


domain for road project


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County Commission voted-Tuesday
to begin the process of invoking eminent domain,
in order to get the right-of-way deeds the county
needs to proceed with paving 'Sylvania Plantation
Road as it is designed.
About nine property owners on that stretch of
road have either been unresponsive or refused to
sign the easement to allow the county to pave the
road.
Commissioner Kenny Stephens serves the district
where the road is located. He has been working
with the property owners toward a conclusion of the
matter. He asked the commission Tuesday to let him
try again before it moves forward ori the eminent
domain process.


The county has rarely used its eminent domain
'powers, and. commissioners reluctant to do so gave
Stephens some talking points to use in his discus-
sions with the property owners.
For instance, they pointed out that Stephens
should stress again that the property owners who
sign over the deeds will get more than the worth of
their property after the county's improvements are
put in place. ,
Some property owners want to be paid for the
strip of property involved, which is worth about
$300 in each case. The county doesn't plan to do
that, but would have to if it invokes eminent
domain. ; :
As it has done in other cases, the county instead,
will construct new driveways, culverts and paved*
See DOMAIN, Page 5A >


Branch suggests

board term limits


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jackson Cointy Commission
Chairman 'Jeremy Branch
wants the commission to con-
sider setting term limits on
membership to' the variouss
advisory 'boards serving the
county.
Branch brought the subject
up in the roundtable section of
Tuesday's county commission
meeting time that is reserved
for each .commission to bring'
subjects to the table that are not
on the agenda.
Branch said that while he felt


it was good to have experienced
people on the boards, he- also
felt it was a good idea to make
room for "fresh blood and inno-
vative thinking."
According to Branch. some
people have served on ad% isory
boards for "20 to 25 Nears."
He called for the issue to be
placed on the agenda for the
commission's next meeting, set
for Feb. 23. ,
After his remarks, someone
jokingly asked x\hether he
wanted to apply term limits to
the county commission, as
See BRANCH, Page 5A P


STAFF REPORT
With county elections on the horizon this
August, the political season is getting under
way..
District 2 Jackson County Commission
candidate Clint Pate, a Republican, brought
his message to members of his party Tuesday
" as the the Republican Club of West Florida
met for lunch.
Pate gave a summary of his career.
The Graceville resident said he though his
experience in a variety of vocational endeav-
ors would help him meet the 'needs of the
county and to advocate for District 2, v. here
the incumbent on the commission is Edw ard
Crutchfield. '
Pate holds an agri-science degree and has
Worked in the field.' He also works with the
FFA and other youth groups.
He now works, in road design for GPI, an
engineering firm with an office in Marianna.
He said he is also a "precinct man" in
Graceville for the Jackson Counts
Republican Committee.
Fellow Republicans at the meeting said
they 're working hard to%% ard the goal of help-
ing elect "the first Republican counts com-
missioner""'this year. Manr volunteered on
the spot to help Pate as he develops his cam-,
paign platform.
When asked what his plans are, Pate gave
no specifics, saying that's still a work in
progress.
He hinted, however, at some of the issues
on which he feels he can have an impact,
including road decisions.
Pate plans -to qualify by the petition
method, and is seeking signatures to get on
the ballot.
Also appearing at the luncheon meeting
was Jim Cowart,i who had planned to run
against incumbent Jeremy Branch for the
County Commission District 4 seat.
Cowart notified.his party before Tuesday's
lunch that he was withdrawing from the race,
however.


RepoublicaOl

club.


Clint Pate talks to members of the Republican Club of West Florida about his candidacy
of County Commission District 2 seat. Mark Skinner / Floridan


Branch and Pate are the only two candi-
dates thus far to announce their intentions
with the Supervisor of Elections.


In addition to the District 2 and 4 county
commission seats, the school board has three
positions up for election this year.


2 seat

challenger.

announces
STAFF REPORT
Dianne Berryhill, a Tallahassee
Republican, declared her intention
Tuesday to run for the Second
District congressional seat current-
ly held by Rep. Allen Boyd, D-
Monticello.
Florida's Second District repre-
sents the eastern part of the Florida
Panhandle along with much of the
Big Bend region all of Bay,
Calhoun, Dixie, Franklin,
Gadsden, Gulf, Jackson, Lafayette,
Liberty, Suwannee, Taylor, and
Wakulla counties, and portions of
Jefferson, Leon and Okaloosa
counties. The largest population
- center in the district is Tallahassee.
According to a press release
from Berryhill's campaign office,
Berryhill is known in Leon County
for her political activities in
Republican circles, with the Marco
Rubio Senate campaign, and con-
servative circles.
In explaining why she is running
for the seat, Berryhill said in the
release that "Congressman Boyd
has turned his back on the voters of
the Second District. It is time for
the career politicians to be retired
by the people and for the gover-
nance to be returned to the people."
The release states Berryhill will
be signing copies of her "Contract
With The People" at future events
throughout the district.


Contract talks between


hospital, county continue


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jackson County and Jackson Hospital don't have
a formal contract regarding the transport of patients
from that hospital to another. Tuesday's latest
attempt to establish one failed.
The county rejected the hospital's proposed
agreement, in part on the advice of board attorney
Frank Baker. He said he didn't think it contained all


the county needed, and he didn't think it had been
prepared by the hospital's attorney.
There were other reasons for the rejection.
County Fire Rescue Chief Tony Wesley and
county commissioners say the proposed contract is
essentially unfair, when compared to the hospital's
existing contract with -the county's competitor,
Dothan/Pilcher Ambulance Service.
See HOSPITAL, Page 5A >


Body of second missing man found


STAFF WRITER
An autopsy was performed
Monday on the body of an Altha
man whose remains were recov-
ered Friday on the Apalachicola
River.
Drowning was listed as the
probable, cause of death for
Ernest Prevatte, 48. A final deter-
mination will not be possible
until toxicology reports are com-
plete, a process that could take
two to three months.
Prevatte went missing on the
river Jan. 24, after the boat he
was in capsized.
His body was found about a
half-mile north of the Bristol boat
landing around 3 p.m. last


Friday.Stan Kirkland of the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission said,
Prevatte's body '\ as foufnd:'up
against a tree near the riverbanhk.
Members 'of the Liberty
County Search and Rescue ieam
made the discovery. he said
Teams from all pier the
Panhandle have been, '0oiking on
the river since Dec; 20, when 34-
year-old duck hunter John .Mark
Slappey was swept through a
lock at Jim Woodruff Dam, .
His body was discovered' on.
Jan. 24, during the initial, search
for Prevatte. ,
Lt. Scott Runkle said the teams
are all to be commended for their";
dedication during the search,


which included the Christmas
and New Year's holidays, as well
as an extended period of sub-
freezing temperatures.
Runkle said at least one team,
Wewahitchka Search and Rescue,
had someone on the water every
day since Dec. 20.
"Most people don't realize how
dedicated these volunteer groups
are," Runkle said.
"It shows the family that peo-
ple, are out there who are caring
and willing to sacrifice their time
to help. ...That's a tough river to
try'and do a search on, especially
with the high waters it's had for
much of the search period. Our
hats are off to everyone who
,helped."


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Pate announces for county seat District


Chipola's queen


Chipola College Homecoming Queen Sylvianna Garrett
leaves the flood after the halftime crowning ceremony
Saturday. Mark Skinner / Floridan


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February 10 Wednesday
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
lower and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over'60, in the confer-
ence room of the Jackson County Agricultural
office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave. in Marianna, 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. Services continue-Wednesday
mornings through April 14. For an appoint-
ment, call 693-0873.
Chipola College business instructor. Lee
Shook and student volunteers provide free tax
preparation and electrQnic filing simple,
individual returns only from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Wednesday through early April. Other
times available by appointment. For faster
refunds, bring a personal check (with routing
information). Call 718-2368.
Covenant.Hospice hosts a new volunteer
workshop, 10 a.m. to noon at the Marianna
branch: 4440 Lafayette St., Suite C.
Workshop is free, open to the public. Food,
drinks provided. No special background/expe-
rience required to volunteer. To register, call
482-4820.
Chipola Retirees meet for lunch, 11:30
a.m. at the Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli in
downtown Marianna. All faculty, staff, spous-
es and friends are welcome.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
The Marianna Middle School Advisory
Council meets at 3 p.m. in the Media Center.

February 11 Thursday
The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave. in Marianna, is having its Pre-Valentine
Sale Feb. 2, 4, 9 and .11 Buy one item
(clothing only), get the second for half-price.
Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts a charity dance every second Thursday
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.
The Tobacco-Free Partnership of Jackson
County meets at 4 p.m. at Citizen's Lodge.
Everyone is invited. Call 526-2412, ext. 188:
The Jackson County School Board con-
venes for its regular board work session at 4
p.m. The regular board meeting will he Feb.
16, 4 p.m. in the JCSB offices. Call 482-1200.
* AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of the Jackson County
'Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 4:30-7:30 p.m. Services contin-
ue Thursday evenings through April 15. For


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing inci-
dents for .
Feb. 8 the -, .= -:
latest avail- --- --
able report: ,,if-lMlA
One accident CI I ME
with out
injury, one reckless driver,


one suspicious person, two
highway obstructions, one
burglar alarm, 12 traffic
stops, one dog complaint,
one sex offense, two
assists of. another agency
and one public service call.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County


an appointment, call 693-0873.
The Graceville High School Tiger Pride
Band hosts a "Valentine's Day Evening of
'Arts'," at 6 p.m. in the Graceville Civic Center,
featuring a steak dinner, performances from
the GHS Band and local musician Bob Snyder.
Tickets are $20 each; $35 for couples.
Reservations required. Tickets may be pur-
chased.prior to Feb 8 by calling 263-5809 or.
263-4639. Event proceeds benefit the band's
spring trip.
The Town of Grand Ridge convenes its
monthly council meeting, 6 p.m. in Grand
Ridge Town Hall. Call 592-4621.
The 2010 Golden Eagle Dinner, 6:30 p.m.
at the Jackson County Agriculture Center, will
honor Daun Crews for dedication and merito-
rious service to the Boy, Scouts of America.
For requested donation per plate and other
event details, call 209-2818.
\ Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion
Thursday, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited
to persons with a desire to stop drinking..

February 12 Friday
Better Breathers helping meet the chal-
lenges of chronic lung disease meets 2-3
p.m. in the Hudnall Building Community
room, Jackson Hospital campus., 4230
Hospital Drive, Marianna. Lincare Service
Representative Brett Burns presents "Living
Life with COPD." Brihg a friend or caregiver.
No cost; light refreshments served. Call 718-
02849.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" Fridays at
Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
The Chipola College Honors Dance is
scheduled is set for 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. in the
Art Center. The Ivey Brothers band will per-
form. Tickets available from honors program
students, or by contacting Bonnie Smith or
Robert Ivey at 526-1761, ext. 3247.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.
The deadline to enter the 2010 Sweetheart
Pageant is Feb. 12. The pageant, sponsored
by Sneads High School Project Graduation, is
Saturday, Feb. 20, 6 p.m. in the SHS
Auditorium. Entry forms available at Sneads
High School, Sneads Elementary School and
Grand Ridge School, *or by calling 272-4371
or 593-9150.


Sheriff's Office list of
incidents for Feb. 4 were
unavailable as of press
, time.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-


est reporting periods:
.- Simon Hathaway, 30,
3021 Gardenview Road,
Cottondale, violation of
state probation.
Andrew Johnson, Jr.,
35, 4125 North St., Lot 24,
Marianna, tag non-resident
exemption not allowed.
Michael Allen, 54,
4493 Fieldcrest Circle,


February 13 Saturday
The Alford Assembly of God Church hosts
a benefit for breast cancer sufferer Wylene
"Sweetpea" Williams Lathan, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
at Alford Community Center, with perform-
ances by Emerald City Quartet, Jerold
Perkins, Leah Page, Alford Assembly of God's
Youth Choir and more. Barbeque/other lunch
plates will be served for $5 donation. All pro-
ceeds will go to Sweetpea. To make a dona-
tion or book a group to sing, call 579-4825.
A Valentine's Dinner Dance will be held at
the National Guard Armory in Marianna.
beginning at 5 p.m. Tickets are $15 per per-
son. Lasagna is on the menu, with a beverage
and homemade desserts rounding out the
meal. Live music for dancing will be provided
by local band Riff-Raff; door prizes will round
out the festivities. The fundraiser, put on by
the Ted Walt VFW Post and Ladies Auxiliary
No. 12046, will benefit local children in need
as well as the families of the Army National
Guard's 144th Transportation Company. For
tickets, call 272-6084, 526-1880, or drop by
Suitman on Lafayette Street in Marianna.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Saturdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
Applications for government assistance
with utility bills will be distributed by the New
Life Family Church at 10 a.m.

February 15 Monday
Chipola Chapter, NSDAR meets at 11 a.m.
at Jim's Buffet in Marianna. Guest speaker
State Attorney Glenn Hess. All welcome to the
Dutch treat event. For information about DAR,
e-mail footprints@phonl.com or call 482-
7685.
Jackson County AARP Chapter 3486
meets at noon in the United Methodist Church
of Marianna Student Center. Lee Shook,
accounting professor at Chipola College, will
discuss income taxes. Bring a covered dish to
complement fried chicken. Meeting. open to
local and national AARP members.
The Malone Joy Club meets at 5 p.m. A
chili supper will be served, for $5 each.
*' The Chipola Historical Trust meets at the
Davis-West House, 4448 Putnam St. in
Marianna. Bob Hurst, Panama City Historical
Group, will present, "Indian and Pioneer
Trails." Light supper at 6 p.m.; meeting at
6:30 p.m. Call 482-8322.
Relay for Life of Central Jackson hosts a
Team Captains Party, 6 p.m. in the Golson
Elementary School cafeteria.
AA open meeting Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room..


Campbellton, violation of
state probation.

JAIL POPULATION: 191

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


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CRAA awards mini-grants


Jackson County Floridan Wednesday, February 10, 2010 3A


I FLORIDA LOTTERY


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Chipola Regional
Arts Association recently
awarded a record number
of 16 mini-grants of $200
each for the Improvement
of Instruction in the Arts in
Schools in the Chipola
District.
Chipola Regional Arts
Association President Dr.
Jerry Kandzer announced
the following grant recipi-
ents: Jonathan Alford,
Blountstown Middle;
Norma Bean, Cottondale
Elementary; Karen Bouton,
Graceville Elementary;
Richard Bouton, Graceville
High; Amy Cloud, Victory
Christian; Rebecca
Dilmore, Cottondale High;
Vanesa Ford, Liberty
County High; Judy Griffs
and Theresa Marschka,
Veron Elementary; Gayle
Grissett, W.R. Tolar School
K-8; Heather M. Howell,
Poplar Springs; Christine
Lauen, Bonifay
Elementary; Roberta
Newell, Graceville
Elementary; Karen Smith,
Golson Elementary; Vicki
Steverson, Bonifay
Elementary; Wretha Webb,


CRAA president Dr. Jerry Kandzer, right, presents
$8,500 to Chipola College president Dr. Gene Prough
to support the Chipola Artist Series and spring chil-
dren's programming. The Chipola Regional Arts
Association recently awarded a record number of 16
mini-grants of up to $200 each for the improvement of
instruction in the arts in schools in the Chipola District.
CRAA's annual fundraising campaign begins in
February. Contributed photo


Altha Public School; and
Julie McWaters, Vernon
Elementary.
Mini-grant recipients
.will report at the April 20


CRAA meeting, to which
the public is invited.
Funds for the mini-grants
came from the associa-
tion's 2009 fund drive. The


local arts organization can
only continue to offer this
record number of mini-
grants each year, if addi-
tional financial support is
given by the community
members and organiza-
tions, CRAA said in a news
release.
CRAA also offers
Chipola scholarships to tal-
ented students from the dis-
trict; supports the Chipola
Artist Series; and under-
writes special cultural pro-
grams for area school chil-
dren. Funding for these
many projects comes from
public fund-raising efforts
in the five-county district.
CRAA president Dr.
Jerry Kandzer recently pre-
sented $8,500 to college
president Dr. Gene Prough
to support the Chipola
Artist Series and spring
children's programming.
The association will begin
its 2010 annual fundraising
campaign in February and
sincerely hopes that busi-
nesses and individuals will
include CRAA in charita-
ble contribution plans.
For information,' call
718-2277 or e-mail
adamsa@chipola.edu.


Sneads FFA hosts sub-district competition


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
On Dec. 10 last year, the
Sneads FFA Chapter host-
ed the annual sub-district
competition at the Sneads
First Assembly of God.
In addition to Sneads
High, local chapters that
participated in the event
were Grand Ridge Middle
School, and Cottondale,
Malone, Marianna and
Graceville high schools.
Competitions included
Middle School Division
Extemporaneous Speaking,
Prepared Public Speaking
and Opening and Closing
Ceremonies, and High
School Division Creed,
Tractor Operations,
Extemporaneous Speaking,'
Prepared Public Speaking,
Dairy Evaluation and
Parliamentary Procedure.
From the Sneads FFA
Chapter, Lindsey Locke
won first place in Creed;
Brandy' Strickland won
second place in
Extemporaneous Speaking;
Sydney Stone won second

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Emerald Coast
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Emerald Coast Hospice is
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Camp Braveheart. The sale
will take place March 19
and 20, and April 9 and 10.
Camp Braveheart is
offered at no charge to chil-
dren ages 7 to 14. It pro-
vides the children an oppor-
tunity to remember and
honor the people they've
lost, and to start developing
tools to assist them in the
grieving process. This year
the camp will be held July
16-19.
The Emerald Coast
Hospice office, 4374
Lafayette St. in Marianna,
will be the drop-off site for
donations of yard sale
items.
Emerald Coast Hospice is
a not-for-profit organization
serving patients in the
Jackson, Calhoun, HOlmes
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Dear editor,
On Dec. 9, the Jackson
County Floridan published an
article on the Jackson County
Commission's undertaking of
either building a new adminis-
tration building or buying and
retro-fitting the old Walmart
building, located in the
Crossroads Shopping Center at
State Road 71 and U.S.
Highway 90.
Since then, I have learned
from a very reliable source that
two members of the commis-
sion were already leaning
heavily towards building a new
county administration building
even before the consultant,
Ajax Building Corporation,
conducted the cost analysis and
presented it to the commission.
Ajax's findings were reported
on in the Feb. 2 edition of the
Floridan.
Included in the Feb. 2 news
story was the cost of the origi-
nal designed building, which
has 59,734 square feet and a
price tag of $10.7 million. Also
included in the story was the
cost of buying and retro-fitting
the old Walmart building, at a
cost of $8.5 million, a differ-
ence of $2.2 million for a
whole lot more square footage.
Assuming the building is
sound, the new roofing, re-
caulking, re-painting, and re-
framing to suit the offices that
would occupy the building
would basically make it a new
building, with the advantages
of ample parking, accessibility,
and safety in that everything
would be at ground level,
which is an advantage for
emergency evacuation in case


of fire, etc.
Another plus is this building
has already gone through all
the stresses of settling that all
buildings go through. Just
because a building is new
doesn't mean it does not have
problems. Just ask the emer-
gency management director,
Marc Andreason, about the
additional cost the county is
facing trying to correct the
problems with the new emer-
gency management building,
which for a time could not
even be occupied.
If you completely read the
Feb. 2 story, two other options
were given by Ajax, which
included buying the old
Walmart building, tearing it
down, and erecting a new
building with less square
footage than the totally new
building, at a cost of roughly
$11.2 million.
The last option was to build
in the original proposed loca-
tion, without ample parking or
accessibility and with reduced
square footage, for approxi-
mately $9 million, which
includes multiple floors.
If you do the math and con-
sider the cost to the taxpayers
of Jackson County the ones
who will get the bill for the
commission's new office space
- it doesn't take a rocket sci-
entist to see pretty quickly
which option would be the
most cost-effective for all tax-
payers.
Others have voiced their
opinions on the matter in
recent weeks, primarily those
who own or have interests in
some downtown businesses.
These individuals have
approached the commission,
requesting that they keep the
county administration located
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in close proximity to where it
is now, because if it is moved it
would have an adverse effect
on the businesses downtown,
for example, restaurants.
My first response is that the
county commission nor it's
administrator is obligated to
any one certain group of peo-
ple or businesses, and should
not determine it's location
within the county to benefit
any one certain group. To do so
would reek of undue political
influence.
There are other businesses
around the old Walmart that
would also like to have the
business of county employees.
But this, too, should not be a
factor in where the commission
decides to relocate the adminis-
trative offices. It's hard to
believe that the location of this
office would make or break a
business.
The main reason for relocat-
ing the county administration
office in the first place is a
need for more space. I believe
the commissioners have an
obligation to look well into the
future to anticipate the need for
space in the county's adminis-
trative office.
For my money, as a taxpay-.
er, the most cost-effective
option is still the purchase and
retro-fitting of the old Walmart
building.
There is one other option I
would offer to the commission
- consider placing all the
above on hold and explore the
cost of building on to the coun-
ty corrections facility, in order
to house the county and circuit
courts, clerk of the court, State
Attorney and Public Defender
offices. This would benefit the
county in several different
ways.


All criminal justice opera-
tions would be located in one
building. Prisoners would not
have to be transported across
town for.court. Corrections
staff would not be exposed to
outside threats when trans-
porting prisoners to court, and
all movement would be limit-
ed to inside the facility.
Prisoners would be readily
available to both the state
attorney and public defender's
office in preparation for pros-
ecution and defense. Savings
would be realized in not hav-
ing to transport prisoners
across town.
The spaces vacated by the
courts, clerk of the court, State
Attorney and judges in the
existing courthouse could then
be utilized by the county for its
office needs and the commis-
sion's chamber. Additionally,
the old county administration
office could continue to be
used.
When tallied up, the existing
square footage of the current
county administrative office
and the square feet gained in
the existing courthouse would
be more than enough to handle
the space requirements of the
county.
I encourage the county com-
mission and all the other offi-
cials affected to contact the
county commission and court
officials in Sparta, Tenn., to
gain some insight into the
advantages and' disadvantages
of such a facility. It seems to
be a good idea to me.
Whatever we do, let's do
something that makes sense, is
cost-effective and benefits the
county and its citizens.

Steve Cometford
Marianna


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Resident starts Haiti tent drive


STAFF REPORT

County resident Steve Miller
is one more resident among
many who are contributing to
the Haiti disaster relief efforts.
Miller is heading up a tent col-
lection project, in an effort to
provide those still suffering in
Haiti without any shelter.


"There are people down there
still without any shelter at all,"
Miller said.
"Obviously, a tent isn't much,
but it- is quick and temporary
solution to the immediate prob-
lem."
Miller will be collecting tents
for the month of February. He is
urging residents to donate old


tents that are packed away.
"We don't want people to go
out and buy tents, we're just ask-
ing for the tent that's been sitting
in your attic' or garage for the
past however many years,"
Miller said.
Donations are being accepted
at First Baptist Church and New
Hope Baptist of Marianna.


Miller has agreed to be
accommodating to anyone will-
ing to provide a tent.
"I'll come and pick them up
for anyone wanting to donate,"
Miller said.
"I realize this is a lot of travel-
ing for me, but if I can help these
people suffering even temporari-
ly, I would be happy to do it."


After the collection period,
Miller will be paying for trans-
portation out-of-pocket to
Miami.
From there, a friend of
Miller's will be sending the tents
over to Haiti.
For more information, or to
arrange for donation pick-up,
call Miller at 850-718-1165.


Rollerbladers hope to raise a million


STAFF REPORT

A national fundraising campaign, "In
Motion For A Million," will be rolling
through Jackson County Thursday after.
starting in St. Augustine.
Two athletes, Steven Feigenbaum, 27, of
East Windsor, N.J. and Dan Bowen, 29, of
New York City, co-founded the charity in
an effort to raise funds and awareness for
the Huntington's Disease Society of
America and the Leukemia and Lymphoma
Society.
The two started a rollerblading excursion


across the continental United States in
order to do this. The project began Feb. 1 in
St Augustine and will eventually make its
way to San Diego.
According to a press release sent by
organization officials, the two will be
rolling up U.S. Highway 90 through
Sneads, Grand Ridge and then on through
Marianna Thursday afternoon.
The team hopes to raise at least $1 mil-
lion while rollerblading across the country.
The duo have already raised several thou-
sand dollars in donations since the kick-off.
Feigenbaum said in the news release he


knows that what he is doing will make a
difference.
"As.we headed out on 90 West, we were
pulled over by a woman, Kerry, who really
reinforced to us why we are doing this trip,"
Feigenbaum said.
"She was so nice, regaling us with stories
regarding family members who had battled
'diseases, but more importantly, encourag-
ing us to fight on and make a difference for
people. And then she donated $20 for the
causes. Kerry's kindness will not soon be
forgotten."
In 1985, Bowen's mother passed away


from Hodgkin's lymphoma, a cancer that
originates in the lymphatic system. Then in
2005, Feigenbaum lost 'an aunt to
Huntington's disease, with cousins also fac-
ing the prospect of having the disease.
The team joined in a collaborative effort
to help raise awareness of these diseases -
and hopefully a million. dollars to find the
cure and improve the quality of life for suf-
fering patients and their families.
Complete tour details, blogs and dona-
tion information can be found on the "In
Motion for a- Million" Web site,
www.InMotionForAMillion.org.


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STAFF REPORT

T1vo Jackson County'
schools F.M. Golson
Elementary School and
Hope School- were
recently presented %ith
the prestigious "'Fi'e Star
School" award.
The Florida
Department of Education
presents this award annu-'
ally to schools that have
shown evidence of exem-,
plary family, school and
community involvement.,
'To qualify for the
"Five Star School"
award, each school must
meet 100 percent of
established criteria,
which requires the full
participation of business
partners, volunteers, stu-
dents, families and the
School Advisory
Council in the education.-
al process.
Every school must,
also document how they


model excellence
through specific commu-
nity involvement pro-
grams
The award is the
department's highest for
schools that exemplify
total school and commu-
nity participation.
With that,
Superintendent, Lee
Miller presented a "Five
Star School" banner to
the principals at Golson
and Hope School last
week.
"Both schools are
unique in their make up,
with Golson having very
little ones and Hope hav-
ing special needs chil-
dren," Miller said.
"Poth schools have
excellent volunteerism
and parental .involve-
ment, making the
schools most eligible for
this award.?"
"We are all just so
proud of both," he said.


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well. "That's a charter issue," Construction Board, the Affordable Regional Workforce Development Tourism Development Council,
Branch replied, requiring voter Housing Advisory Committee and Board, the the Tri-County Airport Authority,
input rather than a decision the the Library Advisory Board. Apalachicola/Chattahoochee/Flint the Tri-County Development
commission could make on its own. The county also makes appoint- Rivers Water Compact, the Council, the Apalachee Regional
The committees appointed by the ments to community committees Panhandle Public Library Planning Council, the Big Bend
county commission include the established by other entities, but Cooperative System, the Health Council Board of
Planning Commission, the Code which have county-appointed seats. Apalachicola Riparian County Directors, and the Opportunity
Enforcement- Board, the Those include the Chipola Stakeholders Coalition, the Florida Board.


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aprons leading into the various properties for owned properties which lie next to each other. no decision on that option. The county will
those who cooperate. They estimate the value The county had agreed to establish two drive- have to make a decision soon; land-clearing
of that work at approximately $2,500. If the ways to serve the four properties. The man along the road was supposed to begin Tuesday,
county has to take the parcels by eminent decided not to sign, saying he wanted four but work was delayed because of the weather.
domain, it does diot plan to provide those driveways instead of two shared ones across the The eminent domain process requires public
improvements. 400 feet of frontage:.Commissioners also talked notice and the adoption of a resolution, steps
The county has already told the the property about possibly amending their design so con- which take some time.
owners that, and at least one of the hold-outs struction crews could simply curb and gutter The county was advised it could embark on a
was at first willing to sign but later backed out. the areas where right of way could not be "quick take" procedure, but commissioners did
The owner in question controls four family- obtained for widening. The commission made not discuss that at any length.


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Jackson Hospital entered the
contract with Pilcher several
months ago. The surprise move led
to multiple discussions between
the county and the hospital, in an
attempt, to determine why the
county service was no longer the
primary non-emergency, hospital-
to-hospital provider of patient
transport.
In the Pilcher contract. the hos-
pital agrees to pay the transport
service fee, if it is not paid within
T 90 days of the hill being presented.
The Pilcher contract also slates the


hospital will pay the provider's
contract price.
Insurance companies are billed
when that is deemed the appropri-
ate responsible party. In cases
where payment is due from
patients or families, payment is
expected "when service arrives,"
according to the hospital-Pilcher
contract presented to the board for
comparison Tuesday.
In the hospital-county proposed
contract, Ihe hospital wants the
county to hill the patient or insur-
ance carriers --- and be responsible


for its own bill collections.
In cases where the hospital itself
would bhe responsible for the bill, it
wants to pay at lower Medicaid
reimbursement rates, rather that
the county's standard price.
The county commission objects
to the differences in dealing with
the county service, as opposed to
Pilcher. It would be essentially
unfair, Wesley said, if Pilcher is
guaraiilked payment and the coun-
ty is not.
He also objected to the proposal
that the hospital pay the county at
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the lower Medicaid rate when
* responsible for the bill, but is
ing Pilcher at its full contract p
Commissioners said they wa
different contract to consider,
they also want to maintain a
working relationship with the
pital.
They acknowledged that the
pital provides services to the c
ty at Medicaid rates, when co
jail inmates are treated there.
Discussions between the co
and the hospital are expected
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Jeanette Porter Watford-
Locke, 72, died Monday,
Feb. 8, 2010.
The service will be 11
a.m. EST Friday, Feb. 12, at
the John Wesley United
Methodist Church in Talla-
hassee, with burial at
Roselawn Cemetery.
Visitation will be 5-7 p.m.
EST Thursday, Feb. 11, at
Bevis Funeral Home of Tal-
lahassee.
Born Feb. 27,1937, in Ma-
rianna, Mrs. Watford-
Locke was a longtime resi-
dent of Tallahassee. She re-
tired as a medical disability
examiner for the Social Se-
curity Administration, and
began her career with the
Florida Department of
HRS. She received Bachelor
of Science and Master of
Science degrees from Flori-
da State University.
She was a member of the
John Wesley United Meth-
odist Church, where she
was active with the Mary
Martha Circle and Church
Women United.
Survivors include herhus-
band Allan E. Locke Sr. of
Tallahassee; three daugh-
ters, Toija de Holl of Ashe-
ville, N.GC., Tara J. Smith of
Tallahassee, and June
Lavington of Sarasota; a
sister, Annette Chafin of
Marianna; a brother, Harri-
son Porter of West Palm
Beach; six grandchildren;
and five great-
grandchildren.
Mrs. Watford-Locke was
preceded in death in 1995
by her husband of 29 years,
James Dempsey Watford.

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By DUSTIN KENT
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The Cottondale Hornets started
hot and cruised to a 60-35 victory
over the Vernon Yellowjackets
Monday night, in the first round of
the District 2-2A tournament in
Blountstown:
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Cottondale will next play the win-
ner of Tuesday night's Blountstown
versus Holmes County game, for
the right to play in Saturday night's
district championship.
Darien Pollock led the Hornets
with 14 points, with Trestin White
adding 10.
While Cottondale coach Chris
Obert said he was happy with the
way his team finished the game, he
wasn't happy with some of his
team's early play.
After jumping out to the 11-0
lead, the Hornets didn't score again
in the first period, leading 11-7 at
the end of the quarter.
"We were a little sluggish in' the
first quarter," the coach said. "We
came out early and jumped on them,
but I guess once we got a lead, we
got kind of settled. They've got sort
of a depleted team with 'suspensions
and grades, and we didn't play with
the most intensity.
"We didn't play with a high level
of energy. If we do like that at this Cottondale's Darien Pollock (with the ball) fights off a group of Vernoh defenders trying to ste
point of the season, we won't con- the ball during a first round district tournament game on Monday night in Blountstown. Polio
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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The No. ,3 Chipola. Indians
baseball team defeated No. 12 St.
Petersburg for the second time in
as many days Monday at Chipola .
field, blanking the Titans 5-0 in
seven innings.
Garrett Baker started on the
mound and picked up the victory
for Chipola, pitching five score-
less innings, striking out five and
walking two.
Duncan Midkiff pitched the
final two innings for Chipola,
allowing just one hit and one
walk. Baker and Midkiff com-
bined to limit St. Petersburg to
just four hits on the day.
Still,. Chipola's lead was just 1-
0 until the Indians' offense broke
out in the bottom of the sixth
inning, with four runs.
A two-run single by Cody
Martin put the Indians up 3-0.
Aaron Etchison and Jonathan
Gilbert also added RBI singles in
the inning. Etchison was one of
five Indians with two hits, and the,
Chipola catcher drove in two runs
'on the day.Gilbert, Blake
Newalu, Andy Fermin, and
Michael Revell all had two hits
each. The win was the fifth for
the Indians in their last six games,
moving them to 5-3 on the sea-
son.
"We're starting to play a little
bit better," Chipola coach Jeff
Johnson said. "I figured the more
live pitching and the more live
swings we got, that would hap-
pen. We didn't get a lot of time to
do that in the preseason, but. we
seem to be playing better.
"Any time you can beat St.
Pete, that's a good win. It's good
to get them a couple of times, but
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Tigers take on tough challenges in 2010


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
After a 13-10 campaign in 2009 that
featured a trip to the 1A playoffs, the
Graceville Tigers baseball squad will
have to replace some key departures
and navigate a tough new district to get
back to the postseason in 2010.
The Tigers fell to rival Malone in the
district title' game for the second time
in a row last year. They were then
knocked out in the first round of the
playoffs by Paxton.
But the days of Malone and
Graceville dueling for district titles are
gone, with Graceville' new eight-team
district including Sneads, Cottondale,
South Walton, Blountstown, Holmes
County, Bozeman and Vernon.
Holmes County and South Walton
moved down from 3A, where the Blue
Devils won 22 games in 2009.
Bozeman also won 22 games last
season, and made it to the 2A regional
finals.
Graceville coach Travis Miller said
he and his players know they'll have
their hands full with the expanded dis-
trict.
"I feel like it's going to be a tough
road through our district," the coach
said. "But I think we can compete with
most of teams in the league.
' "Obviously, we're a little bit smaller
than everybody but Cottondale in the
district, so we can't afford to play bad
games and have bad nights. If you play
bad, you're going to lose. You have to
make sure you show up every night. If


Graceville's Devin Casidy scoops up a ground ball during
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we do that, we'll be solid."
To do that, the Tigers will have to
find a way to replace key players from
last year's team, such as starting short-
stop and pitcher Justin Miles, pitcher
Aaron Taylor, first baseman Joey
Sports, second baseman Julius Carver,
and outfielder Jordan Cox.
The good news for the Tigers is that
they still return a solid core from last
year's team, including a -wealth of


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experience on the mound.
Chris Willis, who led the Tigers in
innings pitched last year, returns for
his senior season,. Also returning are
starters Nick Paprzycki and Tyler
Crutchfield, who was the team's Most
Valuable Player last season.
Miller believes he can count on his
pitching staff to compete every night.
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High School Boys
Basketball
The District 2-2A tour-
nament continues Friday
.with the semifinal
matchups.'
Cottondale faces the
winner of Tuesday
nights Blountstown vs.
Holmes County game,
and Graceville plays the
winner of Tuesday
night's Sneads vs. South
Walton game.'
The Marianna
Bulldogs begin play in
the District 1-3A tourna-
ment on Friday against
the winner of Tuesday
night's Arnold vs.
Walton game at 7 p.m.
The championship
game will be played on
Saturday night at 7 p.m.
Malone was scheduled
to open play in the
District 1-2A tournament
on Tuesday' night against
John Paul in Tallahassee.

High School Girls
Basketball
The state playoffs
begin on Thursday.
In 2A action, the
Cottondale Lady Hornets
will host Jay, while the
Graceville Lady Tigers
will hit the road to take
on Ponce de Leon.
In 1A action, Malone
will travel to face Paxton
on Thursday. All games
tip at 7 p.m.


Indians
Continued From Page 1B

we know we've still got a
long way to go ourselves."
On Sunday, Rodney
Quintero and Johnny Cristi
combined for Chipola on
the mound to limit the
Titans to six hits and two
runs in a 6-2 Indians victo-
ry. It was the fourth time in
the last five games that
Chipola pitching' has held
an opponent to two or fewer
runs. Johnson said he was-
n't surprised to see his
pitching staff start to assert
itself early on.
"I felt like that would be a
strength," the coach, said.
"We've still got some guys
who are not where they
need to be, but we've gotten
some good quality starts
from our starters for the
most part.
"Baker pitched well (on
Monday). He competed
well, and he got out of some
tough spots. He had a run-
ner on third with one out, a
runner on second with none
but twice, and he got out of
it. That showed a lot."
The Indians next take on
Alabama Southern today on
the road, a team which fell
to Gulf" Coast 9-8 on
Monday in Panama City.
"They've got a good little
club," Johnson said' of
Alabama Southern. "They
played Gulf Coast pretty
tough. We haven't been on
the road much, so that will
be interesting. It's a long
bus ride, and it's always
interesting to see what you
do on the road, how the kids
react. I want to see how our
leadership is. You learn a lot
more about a team on the
road a lot of times."
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Friday to face Darton at 11
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"We don't have anyone
who is overpowering, but
they're guys who will keep
us in the game and not kill
us pitching," the coach
said. "They will throw
strikes and let us play
defense. If we throw
strikes, we'll have a
chance.
"I feel good about our
staff. We've got a lot of
maturity on the mound.
They're not superstars, but
they're solid guys."
However, Miller said he
expected his team's
offense, particularly at the
. top of the order, to be a
strength this season.'
"Offensively, we're
going to be pretty good,"
the coach said. "We've got
some young guys who have
to fill in the gaps, but we're
going to be pretty tough
from one to five. The top
five are as good as anybody
we play. Those guys will be
the core of our lineup.
"We just need good at-
bats from those guys later
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District
Continued From Page 1B

understand that. Hopefully,
on Friday, we'll be back
focused and ready."
Obert said that whoever
his team's opponent ended
up being, it would be a
sterner test than the Hornets
faced on Monday,
"Either way, it will be
tough," the coach said. "It's
at Blountstown's place, so
that makes it a challenge if
it's them. They've got a real
good team that's coached:
up, they've got Leon
(Broxton), and some play-
ers around him who can
make plays.
"We split with Holmes
County during the year, and
they have (6-foot, 9-inch
freshman Chris Walker).
Any time you've got a kid
that size who is that athletic
and talented, it will always
present a challenge. It will
be tough either way."


Continued From Page 1B


have to take what the pitch-
'ers give them, and the other
guys will drive them
home."
Freshman shortstop Clay
Jenkins will be leading off
for Graceville, Miller said,
with freshman Jacky Miles
batting second.
Willis, Crutchfield, and
sophomore third baseman
Devin Casidy will helm the
3-4-5 spots in the order.
Miles will play catcher,
and teamed with Jenkins,
will give the Tigers a lot of
speed at the top of the line-
up.
"Last year, we had a cou-
ple of guys in Justin Miles
and Jordan Cox who could
get on base, but this group
is probably better as pure
hitters," Miller said. "We.
have a lot of guys starting
this year who will .be
,younger guys. We don't
know yet what they're
going to do on varsity, but
they're really good players.
They just need experi-
ence."
If practice has been any


indication, the Tigers will
be playing better ball
towards the end of the sea-
son, rather than at the
beginning.
. "We're young and you
could tell the first few days
(of practice)," Miller said.
"At first, there was -a lot of
learning. We've got young
guys, but they're good
ballplayers and they catch
on fast.
"You can tell a big differ-
ence with them over the
last couple of weeks.
They've come a long way. I
like them because when
you get on them, they don't
hang their heads and pout.
They don't feel sorry for
themselves.. ,
"That makes a difference
when the coaches can
coach them without worry-
ing about how they're tak-
ing it."
Miller and his staff will
need to coach them up well
if the Tigers are to make
another appearance in the
playoffs.
"It's going to be a lot


harder because it's better
competition," the coach
said. "Malone was always
tough in district before, but
we always felt like we
could get to the champi-
onship game against
Malone. It was going to be
us and them every year,
and both of us were going
to the playoffs.


"But it's not that way
anymore. It's not easy to
get to the title game, so
we've got to do a solid job
in the regular season of get-
ting a' decent seed in the
tournament. I feel like
we'll have to pull an upset
to get to the playoffs."


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POLARIS Ranger'06 Stratos'99 273 1995 Buick Lasabre.
2 2 & 3 BR MH C'dale. 500, 4 x 4, w/glass Intimidator, 17ft bass aco '08 Eagle Custom V6 low mile-
$- 500 & up H20. windshield, fiber- Johnson 150HP, need 291RLTS,5t wheel age 23
sewer.'garb incl. glass roof, winch, a/t a 3 1/4 ton truck or rear living, dual $7000.080
nno:/.,www. 589 mud & snow tires $6500. 334-596-1694 recliners, free stand- 334-347-0619
charloscountrylivirg. 250 hours, used on Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. ing table w/4 chairs, CaSeeker
com. 850-258- farm only, runs per- Center counsel, 225 queen bed,3sles,
4868/209-8847 fect. $6,500, 334-775- Center counsel, 225 queenobed 3slidess,_ FourWinds'99
4868/209-8847 feJt. $6,500., 334-775- ohnson outboard, no smoking or pets, Four Winds '99
emeteryot2BR Mobile Home in 3037/334-695-0139 $4500.in electronics. Likenew! only $28K Motor- home 34ft. BMW 4iseda
Greenwood area Sale $8,500. 334-235- 334-791-4192 Excellent condition, J duor. loaded. V8
Cemetery Lots (2) 4 14" MF Bottom $425, 850-569-1015 Boats 2995 20K, New tires, DVD super clean, 50K mi
Meadowlawn Memo- Plows $450/ea &4 KEYSTONE'07 Player-Ref-/Fre new br.ke &
rial Enterprise Incl. 18" JD Flip Plows 3/1 in Grand Ridge 1999 17 foot Alumi Campers/Travel er Cann 5th m e ter N07 Tian 21.900 334-01 5550
Vaults & Headstones $550/ea850718-7750 $425/mo +$425dep craft, 50 HP Mercury, Trailers whreel, sdes,sr- heater, hyda OAD CK-AGE
Current Value $6775 850-592-5571 trailer, trolling o- round sound, g. liv- heater, hydraulicNEWTIRESNEVER
Asking $5000 FrutVegetables Rett Own: 2 & 3BR tor depth finder, live ing area $27,500, jacks. conection- BEEN OFF ROAD OR
361547 3376 Fruit&Vegetabes Own: 3BR well. $4500 334-312- 14' New Enclosed 334-618-6572.. ,mcroeave oven- SEEN MuD SUPER
361547 MH's. Lot rent incl. Cargo Trailer will sell slide out. $25.500 CLEAN TRUCK.
Fordetail850-5for $2200 or trade Sabre by Palamino ROCKFORD FOSGATE
Found Sawyer's Produce 3432/850-814-6515 2008 Fisher 1754, for an RV/Travel '08,28 ft 5th wheel 33-180460.18- STEREOREAR LOCK
We have Fresh 40hp mercury, 4- Trailer/5th wheel/ camper, 3 slides, 0793 ING DFF TOWING
Found Lg white Fe Produce and Townhomes stroke, mtr guide, '99-'04 with slide and many extras, clean,PACKAGE ALSO ON FORD 0500 SLE
male cat off Hwy 73 Frozen Peas. We trolling mtr, Hum- pay difference. 850- sacrifice @ $29k 850-AUTOTRADER.COM Red
850at, off Hwy 73 crack Pecans mingbd 565, TAC, 482-5631/557-7332 593-56752006 Bad Boy Buggy FOR MORE PICTRES miles 6CD sound
S4 850-272-0435 8 31/ 57-7332, 593-5675 .. ""e I
.85 7205349-29R/20A bilge pump, live well, Save $25K or more. m $11 500 0
2BR/2BATOWNHOUSES 334-798-0010 2005 Gulfstream 5th Diesel,4 slides, 4300 all electric, in Great iles WHITE exte system $11,500 OBO
merchandise in MONTHUS E 22f SeaRay, 1000 Wheel, 4 slideouts, or mes/RVs m many upgrades Condition. Finished in EY ierior, 334-695-3550
Hay & Grain22ft $1000 $29,000 $159,700.850-86- Realtree Hardwoods.
call8-5. 850-209- obo No Motor 256- 850-482-8256 2774 Full windshield, 2 gun W, $22,95 Infinity '97 J30
531/482-1050 365-0328 5th Wheel '06 RV racks, winch, front (334)268-390 142,000 miles.
.Bahia seed for sale 0 e 1 Outback by Sidney, ebsketroofbasket, $3500., 334-687-7956
BassTracker 01' Pro- fully self contained, s basket, roof basket,
exc.aerminati ornrker70 1 full selfe coined sleeps 6,.w/ living rm Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 and battery charger. Aviation '
Sgall n175 40 hp. mercury, new bed, slide out slide, extras, slide-outs, 15K mi. (334)585-9488 Ils w ,
334,7, relalfor e tilttrim, trolling canopy, great condi- $15,000.334-347-7976 350 CAT diesel,ilesw/warrany
775-3749 exredentalfrsale motor, depth finder, tion$8,700.334-797- Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel Chevrolet'02 1946 Sport Pilot newtires, LOADED!
77 or 334-775-3423 very clean, 5500. 127246. Concord Coachman gen. 4 dr. frig w/ Silverado V8 LS Ext. Ercoupe. Surf: $4,800 080229-334-
S33 th Wheel, '06 36 ft. '05 Motor Home. 23' icemaker, W/D in cab 112,000 m http://www.fn.com 8520, 334-355-1202
Furniture Caravelle '07 21'5" Montego Bay, 4 long 2700mi, Take motion satellite dish, good condition. /eaachapterll93/E41
Se nt Bowrider.45 hours. slides & Dodge Ram over payments.850- rear & side cameras, 7,800.334-790-1326 resq.htm oremail MERCEDES '97 E320,
Sta a u I Mercruiser 350 MPI '07 3500 Diesel 593-5103 Home theater sys. .pwood2128h@yahoo. 117K actual miles,
Sectional: Tan suede, @ 260 hp. Bimini top. dually. Tow package Leather euro recliner, A comfor more Silver/Beige excel-
queen sleeper, dual Snap in carpet and & Reese Hitch Cruise Master LE,'05, desk, King bed, CLASSS information, lent condition $7,000
recliner.$700 850- covers. A ton of ac- Asking $74,300. 36ft workhorse chas- Brake-Buddy for tow CL S FE 334-687-3189
482-4577 cessories included. 334-655-1100. sis 8.1 gas engine car. Garage stored. Flight Club Share'83
Homes with Acreage Call for all of the ex- 22k mi., no smk, 7kw Many other options. Wore W king Cessna 172 & 182 Mitsubishi '06 Raider
Musical Instrumentsl n tras. Excellent condi- gen. 3 sl. SAT. 2 TV. 2 $160,000. hangard in Mar. exc. Duro Cross, Crew
Ie FSBO:2560 sq ft.3/2 ton. $27.000.00 OBO. A, C. uto leveling. R 334-797-3617. V l cond.$2000850-569- Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K
FORSALE Ca ee w/barn on 2 acres (334)300-1122. i cam. Roacdmaster ForU2969 $14,500.334-791-0646
U R SLE: Possible owner fi- CROWNLINE'07. 210 tow brake system. N __n f
Camped oe and nancing 850-209-8759 Bowrier 'wake ee Wrangler RVs/Campers LPN or Medical Assistant needed for
Price negotiable Gnr board tower.3mag Unlimited 41 Wanted an our busy medical practice. Doctors office
Call: 334-18-4290. Homefo300hp, like new, Carriage Cameo 05 Auto airc, "1 atk experience needed with phlebotomy
Mana $28,000.334-470-8454 32ft 3-slides 2-A/C ee 6 without O Stnd Ou? experience plus. Full time position w
et animals needed in KEYWEST 17'6" lik. 5.5 K Generator, eep, both in great benefits. Fax resume to 850-638-4195 or
ptlne FSBO, 38D/2BA s i mtr 115 loaded no smo ke no Iond. selling due lto P.O. Box 692Chipley,FL32428
Subway w/STUDY, DR & hp 4 stroke, gpsatrol- pets, Exc. Cond%. I..... -- .nat OB 6 C e F
85u.638-91108 GRAND RM ling mtr, cd/fm/am. $36,500 334-714-4001 I REDUCED
S $16,000.334-347-1887 Cherokee Trailer'06 '03 Class A Monoco ttractorOr n eee f ecalffie
w/BAR, UTIL. RM, or 334-449-0162 28' L, sleeps 8, Like La Palms. 2 slides.
HIeh I o J28',s, s8,ke La Palma.2 slides. .. i notFreouired Must have valid and act ve
S H are APPROX. 2210 PROCRAFT 89 19FT new. $16,000. 334- 1 .bath. Loaded! Conquest 05'29f. USe old Print Flo rednursinglicense.2ha k
R.eePetP0NE-cy L SQ.FT. $139,000, 150HP Mariner $3,600 347-1887 or 334-449- Incl.cardolley &all sleeps 8, lots of ex- Mail resumes to: 3031 Sixth Street,
free Pet oly Needed Live-in care 803 GONZALES 334-695-2162 0162- furnishings (dishes, tras, 11K mistake Marianna, FL 32446
Your ptdeee iver. Free room & (LAVER HILLS), COUGAR 5 Camper towels, etc.) $65K. overpayments 334- Nophone calls please.
oardFordetascal 334-790-7676Trailer w/1 slide, 334-790-3480. 798-4462 Warranty
c h 850413-6832 7a-4p loaded R ,EDUCED .!-. .
for a free pet may drawl 85-1 3 $,oaded0 REDUCED2 77.
response from indiduals $12,500 772- 631-5065
whoaiilselliyoraminullor realestate IreCt oin Dutchman 'O2Classic
research or breeding residentialfor rent 35 foot fifth wheel,
poses. Please screen re-S iiextra clean, no pets
qgiIiganan l3a3y.I 30. 2 C yl Yarmar die- sleeps 8,1.5 bath.
s.el eng Very low hrs 334-796-8136 or 334-
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quail for Sale Apartments- ATVs Harbor slip B-6. 334- Sleeps 6, Asking
flight condition I Unfurnished 673-0330 $15000 payoff. 334-794-8897
SReady for hunting 4 Wheeler 06 Yamaha or 334-790-7918 -i
850-3263016 IBR/1BA, apt., in Raptor 700- w/Xtras 2007 Dodge Caliber 52" floor model flat Bundy Flute King, firm support, 4" **Refrigerator**-
town, $450. mo. 850- Low hours. Very Slush Mats w/logo, screen tv, good cond. w/Case $40 thick memory foam Maytag white side by
573-0598 for morein- goodcond. (334) 791- set of 4, like new, $50. $350 OBO 305-467- 850-526-3426 mattress topper, side, ice and water in
Free: 2 kittens FREE f month rent 484 Polaris Mossy OO. __Contrtorsobsit
fo. 81914000OBO .850-482-5874 7679 -Contractors Job site $150 850-272-4074 the door. $245
Free: 2 kittens FREE month rent 4x4 Polaris Mossy - Anti ue Brass Vic- Aerator,(fertilizer) box, lockable steel, Ladies olf clubs
850-482-4252 on 2R BA town o editionusd 00 $150 850-272-8967 /bg, cart, umbrel- Stove $150, Fridge
$575 + dep Very powerful ATV. Seacraft, '89 20ft Dutchmen 40 ft. w/fringed shades OBO 850-594-1024
Free to good home: 2 850-482-5134 Automatic. w thumb Center Console, boat, Travel Trailer'06 $50/ea 850-592-3261 Amyrilla for sale: sner net/3l 850-482-5215 $50, all white, good
indoor/outdoor cats. select 2wd or 4wd. motor & trailer, 95 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, 2 Brown book- $1doz. Discounr t shelve, g s dcond. 850-482-5874
Cage & litter box2Brwnbok-Dicunfron.504
850-272-7410 Duplex/Triplex Great ond. $2900.00 25HP Johnson Mtr, 2 Slideouts, Loaded, shelves, 70" w/5 bulk sales. Call Paul 2-2Mahogany coffee ta
.8502727410334-798-257 brakeswh., runs Like new. $20,500. shelves $25/ea 850- 850-482-4285 Dressers- Two (2) ble & end tables Tanning Bed Bulbs,
Sr en brae e Da850 -5215 rdwoodn dre r. w/arle tos (over 800 hrs left)
SLG 2/1 in Marianna, Dirt bike Kawasaki well, very clean, 334-406-4555 592-3261 5 B1 s by LaVyrle boat ne () wih mirror. $0/e t1 $e or $ o ll
nice kitchen, oen KX80, tuned, really Great condo. $60,850. 2-camo brown for aSpener, MaeVe t es f t hm$i0 r8509-2w1 $7850-2732 r8 50-0
(MKC b lack Germas) 3R/2A Brick Bike fast $1300. 334-389- suz334-696-55uk . boat seats w/tub wswivelth snchey r $1/ers 850 --

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oo ard selection, ry Marianna. Call fo Dirtbike 100 hrs, 2 Cross Stich Charts, ey & Belva Plain 3261850-482-1161
Sff$ctionate $00.75 details 850-209-8759 i $ 0 62 1 Princess Di, 1 $1/e 80-482-521
1149 Gus Love Rd cond850-447-2859eriage $20/e 850-482-5215 Boat Trailer- tilt boat new boxes, 258sq New$75850-272- rack,$30 obo.n lower
IAKC Sheltie oes Fpuppieslide-outs,r 2 Freezes ler, new 13tirese 80- 867 80-482-2343
Sable & White Ashford Heonda TRX 300 EX Sea Fx '04 21ft, 140 awnings, 2BR, garden or b 75t $100 t spareheavyc- /box$10
(Minature Collies) 3BR/2BA Brick Bike is complete cus- Suzuki Gv. for both 850-
$400. 334-677-0055 $1250 mo/$1250 dep tom with tons of ac- Tandem trailer, GPS, W&D, CHA. Lots of 569-2880 omodate 17ft boat, Nice Wicker 2 tables Quilting Fabric Wild Blue Modem,
A Long Living,Loving 334-797-1517 cessories incl. Red radio toilet, exc. extra's. $20K. 334- Electric typewriter, single axle. $295 3 chairs 1 loveseat 200 pcs. $1 ea. works like new, $150
Gift, LH Chihuahuas. 3/1 for rent in .E.D.'s$2000. ... cond,$8,500 726-4835 347-4626/333-0309. $15 850-482-5215 (850)482-2289 $30ea 850-526-3426 850-526-3426 850-272-4680
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Chevy 1969 Camaro loaded, low miles needs back shocks, on Lot in Dothan 2007 YZF250, great Must see. $11k OBO cond., 6K mi., 1198 cc
2Chevy 1969 Camaro silver w/ga & black $2000. 334-897-5482. $13,900. OBO shape and well main- C'dale 850-352-4342 & incl. sissy bar, ED
Acura '05 TSX 6K E.,t. black nt. manual inter., runs like new. 334-3552400 taed. $4000. Buy guard. cover & trickle IED
Black 5 SPD Loaded 4-speed $9000. $15,900. 334-687-3171 z i j 1. 334-796-8216 both for $5000. I chger, $6,200. 334-
334-726-3842 "333-5854 or email
$11,200 West Main 256-278-4276 Honda ',99 4. ..rd E M C rjkesscomcast.netCOY
Car Sales LLC edyx3@aol.com S.adn. ,-s.., ,-1,3 ld W, 92,-... ie 6 red. sc. paintRealtor
1919 West Main St. CRtul .4 'miles red, e. paint
334-699-5880 CHRYSLER '08 300 16 $4.'0 & running cond. BUY M E!
Signature Series, va- Hyundai '96 Elar.ira "r i& I $7000 650-445-2915
nilla, navigation, lie Far Cond r Mada eave message da 01' Reflex YAMAHA 06Cel: 573-6198
16,n0. a -40 54 l r r. ;pe.d 78K m,1 FZ Suzuko i 50 79' col- Scooter maroon, Roadstar 1700cc,
Chrystler 300 '66 O 3344' 2612 or 1 on.ctor items cyl, 2 4-stroke, 249cc, 70 Black, Motorcycle. .4630 Hwy. 90, Marianna, FL 32446
SConvertible, Red, --" range. exc cond, 205-310-5662 -s a (850) 5262891 (office)
Runs good, $10k 850- Toyota '09 Camry street legal. $1295. Hines Exhaust Sys-(850) 2891 (office)
0BMW 01330ci 89k 526-4126 Cmmuter car. 34-774252133474- tem. 4 helmets andi Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated
Blue Extra Nice at*un '7R8 280Z 2+2, -, .m'* . -' 21.000 miles. Still un- 2773 after 5 P.M. 4 gel cushion. One C
$11,500 West Maini ce 7 52 'O O *Jaer warranty $169 s owner, garage kept. You Can Find Us On The Web
Car Sales LLC original owner, 5 ..HARLEY DavidsOn 0wner,-gUrOneThepWe
1919 West Main St. speed, fuel infected, (87)355-100 Road King Police, Like new. $8000. EMail Address:
334-699-5880 180k miles, some VnoIN1 Volkswagen '06 Bee- 16.500 mies. White. 334- 618-5833.
334-699-5880 rust, runs but needs Ininili 01Mazda5,07rad ie, auto, diesel, 42K lean & shop kept.
BMW'04 3301, black work. $2500 OBO 850- Silver Loaded $5,395 Mazda 5,07' Grand tie, auto, diesel, 42K cean & shop kept. -_:a
BM/tan leather3301, black work $2500 OBO2136v g Wet Main Car ales touring, exc cond re miles, 40MPG, load- $11,000. 334-774-3663 emCCoy02@yahoo.com
w/tan leather, auto 579- 2136 Iv ms LC 1919 West Main mining warr. 48K ed. $16,000. 334-897- HARLEY DAVIDSON
matic, sunroof, good Fisher'07171060 hp St. 334-699-5880 mi. black $11,500 2497 o'334-672-1655 02 Faboy withlots
as mileage. 80k mi. Mercury.4 str, fully 334-445-3652 or 256- Honda- 05
13,900 334- 685-6233802bo AT sun-roof $10250 352-303-2713 VTX1300R/S Beauti-
Lsth___Wr.TrAs-offul Candy*Black Cher-
BMW '95 5301, fully anti S rs. Warr. Mercedes '04 Benz leather, 5 CD/ Cas- Harley Davidson '02 ry, over $2000 in ac- Yamaha '07 VStar
loaded, 96K miles, OBOu 334714-1543 $ E320, sports pack- sette, runs great, ex- Heritage Classic, lots cessories. 8k miles, 1300 Tour, fuel inject-
white, excellent con- OBO. 334-714-1543 age, charcoal/black cellent gas mileage, of chrome, 16K miles, asking $5700 ed, cover & helmet
edition $6,000 OBO Ford '04 Crown Victo- interior. 59K miles. $5,500. 334-790-2144 $13,000.OBO. 334-
334-703-3784 ria LX, loaded, 55K $17,000. 334-806-7190 VW'06 Passat, load- 588-2409/798-9478 Honda '06 CTX 1300 cruise control, load-
CADILLAC '06 DTS miles, drives like a JAGUAR '95 XJS C Mercedes '06 R-350ruiser Like New ed, 5K., Like new! GREAT STARTER HOME. Three bedroom home thai has
CALA '06 T dream. $8700 321- 110K $12,495 GREAT Mercedes '06 R-350, d, blue/black, GPS, Harley Davidson 02' 4200 Mi. $6600 OBO $6,990. 334-714-4001 had updates. new mental roof and vinyl siding. Located on half
satc. cond., leather 231-6363. CLASSS. WEST MAIN white w/tan leather, sattalite radio, new Heritage Softaol 334-806-1322 acre close to school and new park. Call today for your show-
fyas, 4dr, be ge int. CAR SALES LLC sunroof, 3rd row tires, like new inside -Springer like new, to YAMAHA '08 V-star ig. MLS 236174 $59,900.
fully loaded.$12,900. 334-699-5880 seat, 99,300 mi. & out. 119K, moving many ext. to list Honda 06' Rebel Solid 250, burgundy, low
334-701-1836 $17,900 334-685-6233 overseas. $12,000. 4,600 mi. $12,000 white winshield & miles. Like new! Ask-
JEEP '06 Wrangler, 334-347-0414 334-235-2995 saddle bags 2600 mi. ing $2,695., 334-693-
Cad Bolac'94 soft top, 49K miles, 2 Mercury '03 Grand
Fleetwood Brouglly door, auto, 4 wheel Marqui Silver, VW '07 Rabbit, HARLEY Davdson '03 $3000. 334-886- 5454
ham. Top cond., fully drive $13500334- 99,000Miles, Good manual,34K,alloy RoadKing, 95" stage 3326 334-714-1110
restored $5,200. OBO 685-0846 Condition, $4975 wheels,like 2, security, gps, HONDA '06 Shadow, Scooters/Mopeds
334- 693-3980 Ford '65 T-Bird, aqto, 850-638-1947 new,$11,800. :ooler, many extra's. CandyAppe Red,2
390 4bbl, slide steer-334-983-8399 $10500.334-803-5008 CandyApple Red, 2.805Scoot
CHEVROLET '08 .9 ml, sld Nissan '05 Altima, 2 5 miles, LIKE NEW, '05 Scooter, 90mpg,
Corvette convertible ng 69K miles, $8,995 5 Harley Davidson 05' $5,300229-334-8520, 49cc Heavy Duty, WATERVIEW HOME. Well buil 3 BR home with new
Blaette convded exc ob. 334-671-5051 or e 32REDUCED mi Classics & Antiques FLHTCI Electra glide 334-355-1202 Like new, ow miles, paint, nice lightg fixtures, ceiling fans, gas fireplace, lots of
cond., ge kept 334-797-5051$11,900 850-482-2994 classic 9,000 mi. Must see, $1200 OBO cabinets, huge master bedroom, double sinks and separate
$55,000 334-692-5624 Ford '93 Taurus, runs 1974 Chevrolet black, lo-aded, HONDA '98 Valkyrie 850-482-7739 shower in master bath and detached double car garage. Sit on
$5500 4-6925624 93aur runs Nissan '07 Altima Camaro LT 350 V8 $13,800. 334-714-9377 Tourer all original, the pato and see the pond. MLS 238137 $169,000.
$2200.1-334-475-1723 Kia '04 Optima LX, 2.5SL, Black, 34,200 4sp, factory ac, re- Harley Davidson 07' asking $6,u50o ort Utility Vehicles
Ford 95 Econline Van 4 door, 4 cylinder mi., bose stereo, storation project, Ultra Classic 12,000 334-693-5454
Ford 95' Econline Van 44,000 miles, moon roof, spoiler, 80% complete. NADA mi. Pearl white, load-
ood condo clean, excellent, $5995. leather int. very $12,000., needs home, ed, great price Kawasaki '08 Vulcan Chevy'04 Tahoe,
S$2500.334-793-2142 334-790-7959 clean, Like new. asking $9,500. 334- $15,000. firm 612-396- 900 custom, 2400 miles,PW, PL,
Ford '97 Mustang Co- $15,3000. obo, 693-5454 9898 or 334-673-3837 miles, windshield, Radio/CD, tinted
bra, 4.6L'DOCH Sspd. 334 32- 0702 orisaddebigs red.wRe-
$6800 334-701-3564 334.432-0302. '69CChevelle Malibu duced to $5700. 334- wd ws, running bds,
Nissan 08 Allima to, PB, PS, Red/Black 692-3337 or 796-5421 7040, 569-5774. BRICK HOME located in a good neighborhood. Three bed-
CHEVROLET09- UNDER.WARRANTY, Runs & Drives Great GREAT CONDITION rooms, one and half bath. new carpet ile, family room. laun-
Malibu LT, remote L O' LIKE NEW! $200 down $14,900 obo. dry room and a porch on the back. Chain link fenced and there
start, 9,200 miles, FORD- Brand New $269 per mo. Call Ron (334)618-0585 is a nice open shed in back for parking a car or boat.
4 door, automatic 2010 Mustang GT 2 Lexus '00 ES300 Ellis 334-714-0028 MLS 238003 $79,900.
transmission. Like dr,5-spd trans,blk Platimum Model 98K HARLEY DAVIDSON
New condition, silver ext,blk int,2WD,850 Loaded $7,200 West BUY M E!' '08 1200 Sportster
exterior, charcoal in- miles $28,500 Main Car Sales LLC 9 Custom, 108 miles,
terror, 2WD, ABS AC, (334479 8028 19t9 Wel Main St. Nissan '08 Altima, warranty, Like new. Kawasaki 09' ZXI4
CD, cruise, driver seas shlte/ ray interior, $8,700, 334-702-4778. ItIon.ster energy edi- s, power Chevy '05 Tahoe,
airbag, paseng er he sunroo, aoy wi, -Beautiful project o h Harley Daidson 49100 mi, leather,
arbag;P, $10,P 33K milee. $16,000.n Har pw 1 M letaDavidson'08 commander, highs new tires, power,
airbag; PL, PS, PW 3341493 600 parts car 19S8 Mer Electra Glide Classic, flow air fiter, low veSry nice. $18,995


$2,000. 334-347-6110 Super sports front LEXUS '02 RX 300 92K R button trans. Will Low Rider, less than & Rear air Exc. Cond.
$22,000. (903)467- 3,1 me cu650 Turnpike Crl0 miles, 1334-71 yr m son. t $3 0 500 vr n-ic 334-6 9935
e i top Needswork. WEST MAIN CAR Subaru Forester 03' $2000 cash or need a 7. perfect cond. Hummer '06 H3.4'1k
les, extra clean, Great proj car $3,200 1919 WEST MAIN ST white, AWD, ABS, 3or a good work 850-526 2790 h --la I e s moo re
new tires, $4300. 334-774-2825. 334-699-5880 A/C sunf. $5,500. truck.Call/text 796- Harley Dav-dson '96 Triumph (Dav'ona radio, blue exterior.
334-792-8018 Honda '03 Accord EX, Lexus '08 RX-350 334-671-5723 0755- Nights and atboy, red & white Type) 955 Fi/ST Sport $22,495 080.798-9695
Chevrolet'94 black, leather, sun- white w/tan leather, weekends only pis. 13K miles, great Bike, carbon exh., nw
Berestta,$12000,3 21MatrixWEshape, $8,500. t res, brakes, 334- Jee1 04 Wrangler, O
334-596-0490 .$9.500. 334-726-1215 seats 45,600 miG I G olfCarts I1 334-899-1212 693-9390 or 701-5588 trail rated, less than
Chevy '03 Tahoe Mazda'06 RX8. $26,900 334-6 PAYMENT! $500 Mojo Motor Scooter United Motor Scooter' soft tops, AM/FM CD,
3rd Seat, good cond., Silver, exc. cond., Mitsubishi '99 down $250 per month Yamaha 2-cycle '05,200mi, Blue, '08.80mpg, 1000 mi.'s AC, tilt, and cruise.
$11,000. OBO 334 685 30,216 miles, $16,500 Montero, low miles, Call 334,791-8243 Ask good cond. $1200. $1650 850- 258-1638 $3000. mfw 445-6302 334-693-9009
3921 or 334-795 8411 334-308-1395 $5000. 334-899-3703 for Steve Hatcher 334-237-2150

k S OMEhLIII CUSTOM HOME with plenty of privacy just
Bra ig e sJoutside of town. Shaded driveway leads to this 3
bedroom home with nice living room, dining
tHospita room with French doors leading to deck and lots
of cabinets in the kitchen. Oversized master bed-
room with bay window, large closet, bath with
JOB OPPORTUNITIES garden tub and double sinks. Nice detached dou-
ble car garage and under ground utilities. Call
Jackson Hospital, a 100-bed acute care hospital 850-573-6198 for your private showing.
SiMLS 238135 $169,000.
located in Marianna, Florida, has an immediate
need for the following positions:

PROGRESSIVE CARE / SPECIAL CARE
Sehsli ad h t esoNURSE MANAGER
Nurse Manager is responsible for directing andV3
VERY NICE COTTAGE with 3 bedrooms. carpet oinyl
mentoring staff. Unit has 20 beds that include lo ,sdinndy s I ugll.dosde. Hoelcatedon
Diin u e2.62 acres with large oaks and is close to Lake Seminole and
a variety of patients. Clinical Nurse Manager Ocheesee Pond forgreat fishing M S235695 $92,000.
is a mentor and.has responsibility over staff,J
Work schedules, monitoring and evaluating work
performance. This role seeks a nurse with a
passion for patient care in the critical care setting
and a desire to lead. Qualified candidates must
have a current Florida RN license and previous Hi % Hr'A h..........d ......... nn
eclhnolog) utilized slroighoos the home ss iih lots o" attention
experience in the critical care setting. Previous hsda,,s R. ith ati.ached garage ,icaied on
paved roads, sideunlks, cily vater, scuer and underground
management/supervisory experience and a BSN are utilities. Twostslestoo coowse fronsataS157.(0oeach.
MLS 236661 AND 236664 $150,000
preferred.

OR. SCRUB TECH/NURSE
Full-time OR. Scrub Tech/Nurse needed to work
day shift Monday Friday with call obligations.
the hospital. O.R. experience preferred. STOP RENTING!! Look at this loiely 4 BR. 2 BA mobile
homte \silh double tireplace. liormal lisilng and dining rixims.
vaulted ceilings, carpet and Iresh paint. Large deck on bhick,
I eced yard. dos ble carlnist and lusge pole burns Al \ hii and
Fulltime O.R. Circulator needed to work day shift
Monday Friday with call obligations. Qualified I SUNNY SOuTH
candidates must live within 20 minutes of the PROPERTIES
hospital and possess a current Florida RN license. .'...
Gt s tPrevious 0R. experience preferred. i 'MarlannaFL
REO EYROOM N EURSE Bevely, thomas@century21.con
Full-time recovery room nurse needed to-work clace.byette@century21.cm
day shift Monday Friday with call obligations,
Qualified candidates must live within 20 minutes
of the hospital and possess a current Florida RN
license. Previous O.R. experience is preferred. R..... ,,, ,........
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Righthere, right now, PROGRESSIVE CARE/SPECIAL CARE RNs
al of the tim e. Full-time RNs needed to work 12 hour shifts from
7A 7P and 7P 7A. Qualified candidates must//
possess a current Florida R.N. license and BCLS .,-/-, I
card. Previous experience and ACLS are preferred.

MEDICAL OFFICE MANAGER i, ...... i. ..... "alihe


Local medical practice is seeking an experienced 'i1....... 'i ...5 """.
_Medical Office Manager to supervise, manage, and
maintain the daily workings of our busy practice.
/"/ aQualified candidate must have previous experience
in a medical office setting with management/
supervisory duties.
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or fax resume to: 14I)D('IIi[ON NI S2348113 $19.ll.
Human Resources
Jackson Hospital
4250 Hospital Drive
Marianna, Florida 32446
(850) 718-2626 phone
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r 5 North, Range 9 nutes 32 seconds, a having a delta angle Marianna, Florida at RESPECTIVE UN- call (800) 955-9771
SWest, Jackson Coun- radius of 11459 feet, of 00 degrees 39 mi- 11:00 a.m. Central KNOWN HEIRS, LOT 82, BLOCK 135, (TDD) or (800) 955-
h-iL =ty, Florida; Thence an arc distance of nutes 08 seconds, a time, on. March 4, DEVISEE S, COMPASS LAKE 8770 (voice), via
-K_ :,. Navistar 98 Eagle, South 89 degrees 29 438.44 feet to the P.T. radius of 22919 feet, 2010. G R A N T EE S HILLS UNIT FIVE, AC- Florida Relay Service.
Saitr 525E' Cummings minutes 39 seconds of said curve; thence an arc distance of ASSIGNEES, CRED- CORDING TO THE
engine, n,-w ,res C all West for a distance North 89 degrees 49 260.90 feet to the P.T. Dale R. Guthrie ITORS, LIENORS, AND PLAT THEREOF, AS Witness, my hand
equ;pT enrincl uOed. of 1273.80 feet to a minutes 55 seconds of said curve; thence Clerk of the Circuit TRUSTEES, AND ALL RECORDED IN PLAT and seal of this court
eJ cellert running point on the Easterly East for a distance of North 89 degrees 30 Court OTHER PERSONS BOOK A-4, PAGES 130 on the 27th day of
Jeep 04' Wrangler X eiIOtOrP so.Sg_ right-of-way of a 1217.44 feet; thence minutes 18 seconds CLAIMING BY, THROUGH 140, OF January, 2010.
40 OL6cyl S 4D n 334.803-50i or 334. State Road 71 thence North 89 degrees 28 East for a distance of By : s / B e ver I y THROUGH, UNDER OR THE PUBLIC RE-
Khak.cir.So -T. AC 08 Dodge RamI500 8996594 South 5 degrees 35 minutes 27 seconds 74.43 feet to the P.C. Hatcher AGAINST THE NAMED CORDS OF JACKSON Dale Rabon
am. Im C-. mp3,.alloy Big Horn Edition minutes 25 seconds East a distance of of a curve; thence Deputy Clerk D)E F EN DANT (S); COUNTY, FLORIDA. Guthrie
wris. MCoDar ompr Black,2WD, 5.7 Hemi,-. mI iiii d West along said 1031.80 feet to the Easterly along said COMPASS LAKE IN DALE RABON
gril grd. Evc Cond. Auto, Only 8xxx Miles right-of-way for a P.C. of a curve; curve being concave LF14840 THE HILLS PROPERTY at public sale, to the GUTHRIE
lownr- 3 rd car. $23,500.00 distance of 39.11 feet thence Easterly along toward the left hav- OWNERS ASSOCIA- highest and best bid- CLERK OF THE CIR-
LOW MILES 37,300 (334)379-8733 to the POINT OF BE- said curve being con- ing a delta angle of IN THE CIRCUIT TION, INC; WHETHER der, for cash, at the CUIT COURT
$17,999. OBO GINNING of a 60 foot cave towards te left 01 degrees 30 mi- COURT OF THE DISSOLVED OR PRES- North door of the
334-803-6882 2008 F-250 Ford road right-of-way ly- having a delta angle nutes 58 seconds, a FOURTEENTH ENTLY EXISTING, TO- Jackson County By: /s/ Beverly
JEEP1987 Wrangler Lariat Exc. Cond. ing 30.00 feet each of 01 degrees 22 mi- radius of 11459 feet, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT GETHER WITH ANY Courthouse at 11:00 Hatcher
S c a at 13,176 Mi. $36,000 NISSAN '99 Fronier side of the following nutes 03 seconds, a an arc distance of OF THE STATE OF G R A N T E E S a.m., on February 25, BEVERLY HATCHER
new4x4, ac, pnetrans/ Truck is fully loaded 4 cy, ac, at, extended described centerline: radius of 11459 feet, 303.22 feet to the P.T. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR ASSIGNEES, CRED- 2010. Deputy Clerk
tires, hard top. 792- 850-569-2840 cab, bed liner, new Thence North 88 de- an arc distance of of said curve; thence JACKSON COUNTY ITORS, LIENORS, OR
8018/792-8827.$650 budddigitalexpcom tires. 136K, exc. cond grees 14 minutes 50 273.50 feet to the P.T. North 88 degrees 58 CIVIL DIVISION TRUSTEES OF SAID DATED this 27TH day Meetings-Events
Nissan04'Murano Chevrolet '03 Avalan $3995334-6912987 seconds East for a of said curve; thence minutes 44 seconds DEFENDANT(S) AND of January, 2010
loaded, new tires, che, one owner, 24K Sonoma '03 GMC distance of 1089.27 North 88 degrees 06 East for a distance of Case No.:2009-CA- ALL OTHER PERSONS Any person claiming 7
color pewtereahermiles, alhe l options, On Extended Cab 4.3V6 feet to the P.C. of a minutes 24 seconds 1859.51 feet; thence 000521 CLAIMING BY, an interest in the sur-LF14847
int. 72,55K mi. star, DVD. Doctors Engine Automatic- curve; thence North- East for a distance of North 89 degrees 19 THROUGH, UNDER, plus from the sale, if
$13,900. OBO 334- orders, can't drive Power brakes & easterly along said 13.55 feet to the P.C. minutes 50 seconds BRANCH BANKING OR AGAINST any, other than the NOTICE OF MEETING
-082 3 34 anymore. $18,000. windows. Clean curve ing concave of a curve; thence East fora distance of AND TRUST COMPA- DEFENDANT(S); property owner as of
73-136 Princeton Drive. $7,800. Call 792-0603. towards the left hay- Easterly along said 706.02 feet to the NY, the date of the-. lis On Wednesday, Feb-
NISSAN '06 Pathfind- 334-792-2725 ing a delta angle of curve ineing concave Terminal Point of Defendant (s). pendens, must file a ruary 17, 2010, at
er L, 20hp, baose A degrees 36 mi- towards the right said centerline. Plaintiff, claim wiE th le.60 days10: a .m. there wll
audio w/6 disc CD Chevrolet '06 1500"--" nutes 27 seconds, a having a delta angle AMENDED NOTICE after the sale. be a Tourist Develop-
remote keyless entry Silverado WT, ex- radius of 22919 feet; of 01 degrees 44 mi- at public sale, to the vs. OF SALE ment Council meet-
34,263 miles. $19,000. tended cab. Good ILe =N~tim Mi an arc distance of nutes 10 seconds, a highest bidder, for In- accordance with ing in the Jackson
33426-793-1544 cond., $9,500. OBO 243.01feet to the P.T. radius Of 11459 feet, cash, at theFront CHELSEA PERKINS; Notice is hereby giv- the American with County Administra-
334-798-3352 of said curve; thence an arc distance of Door of the Jackson UNKNOWN SPOUSE en that, pursuant to Disabilities Act of tion Building, 28M64
Nissan '09 Rogue, 20k LF14836 North 87 degrees 38 347.20 feet to the P.T. County Courthouse, OF. CHELSEA PER- a Final Summary 1990, persons need- Madison Street, Ma-
miles, loaded, white. CHEVROLET '08 minutes 23 seconds of said curve; thence KINS; WENDY PER- Judgment of Foreco- ing a special accom- rianna, Florida.
$17,000 334-790-6700 2500 Duramax LTZ IN THE CIRCUIT East for a distance of North 89 degrees 50 KINS; UNKNOWN sure entered in the modation to partici-
Range '99 Rover HSE Loaded Z71 36K COURT OF THE 117.09 feet to the P.C. minutes 34 seconds SPOUSE OF WENDY above-styled cause, pate in this proceed- You name it...
4.6, fully loaded 115K miles, 4 door, FOURTEENTH of a curve; thence East for a distance of PERKINS; IF LIVING, in the Circuit Court of mg should contact .
mi.,$5,500, Call (334) automanual rans- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Easterlyalong said 1314.58 feet to the INCLUDING ANY UN- Jackson County, Flor- theASA Coordinator CLASSIFIED
797-0768 mission, Like New IN AND FOR JACKSON curve being concave P.C. of a curve; KNOWN SPOUSE OF ida, I will sell the no later than seven CLASSIFIED
condition, black exte- COUNTY, FLORIDA towards the right thence Easterly along SAID DEFENDANT(S), property situate in (7) days prior to the
rior, black interior, having a delta angle said curve being con- IF REMARRIED, AND Jackson County, Flor- proceedings. If hear- has i!
F 4WD, $37,000 CASE NO: 2009-CA- of 02 degrees 11 mi- cave toward the right IF DECEASED, THE ida, described as: ing impaired, please
Tahoe LTTop Of Line (334)726-1209 717
Bose Stereo '. S'JM S M T HES
4 New BFG Tires, JAMES MATHEWS,
Brakes, Rear and RITA L LONG, '- -
nance Kept $11,600 Plaintiffs ""
OBO 334-797-2459 -0 v
Chevy '(A silverado 's eet
TOYOTA'06 Four eTvso
Runner SR5, 2wd, 3500, 1 Ton, Sharpe, v Fr" e5
59 700 miles, white, Duramax, 6.6L, Dually RLAND INVEST-
excellent condition Tow Pkg/power trail- MENTS, LLC, and UN-
$19,500. 334-796-3130- ing mirrors, crew KNOWN TENANTS,
cab, ext bed. Loaded Defendant(s)
2007 Copper Cannon
Keystone 5th wheel NOTICE OF SALE
Sa.'' 2 slides. sharp. 1. of 41
Call for detaIs. NOTICE IS HEREBY
30,000.Offers GIVEN pursuant tooa
$30, 00 Oles Final Judgment of



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wagon V-6 loaded white4-dr. loaded, Court of Jaackson Installation nstrumentRepa t
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$3225. 334-790-7959 BOSE radio system sell the property sit- Itin For Gen er sali Marianna
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V8, ps/pb, swb, auto, as: I will sit with I I Or Office .llxpeO ive Clinmate Controlled ...
42 HP Case runs& ookso Northwest Quarterof Graderelderly. CNA ,RCCOrdin-24 Hr Access 6
international Trac- wor Sectione 16,Township iEl Fal r t Certified. Will ido i A Sale.. Cleaning rm i Rdid
tor w/ 8 implements $2,500. 34-735-5404E t record &mixyKey Pad Ent Re
$8, e00. OBO $,006i 5 North, Range 9 light housekeeping Tile Call DebraIfromC myhome *Pay I Month- Get o ...
$8,500. 850-263-7406 Chevy '71 El Camino,' West, Jackson Coun-' Dup Trck a rof i,,
Bushhog 9044, field 350 Engine, $7500 ty, Florida, less and Bulldozer & cooking. Natural Stone
ready, shelter kept. 850- 594-3282 except tohe following late1 Adhesives 526-2336 MaR nna. 2ndMonth FREE 30 Yeafin Business
Sales s:Iisa tll aGrout n If n terested emalla
$10,500 OBO. 334- CHE '87 delux 10 Demolition ( ) 92 -7253 n ar e 0atH
347-4283 or334-447- Red w/blk stripes. Exception 1. Begin- Debris RemovalSe 69&s-617 E ato mate s e ontac Info to Mrin n
2572 $2000. 334-714-9558 ning at the North- e Retention Ponds Putrh Ie 3ys
FORD TW 15 Tractor0. west corner of North b-u- ig Exp erience to lgmma .com






w/cab, N4hp, exc Ceht 9art1 &S 1500c Short U! ConM id/Houekeep
condo. $12,100. obo bed V-8 auto new don 16, Township 5 -'Site Prep Bulldozing improvement
2 cultivator sold sep. paint good cond. North, Range 9 West, '(Leveling After Heurs & Weekend
Gandy4 row insecti- 1768 along the North o Top SoilI-iFill Dirt i Appointments Available POLE BARNepairs






cide applicator boundary of said d rQA YVGravel L C f I RS
$dduble a ,plct o Northwest Quarter Land iM/CVISADISCOVER KITS MARIANNAgGIFT CERTIFICATES
mounted on tool bar. Begi I thence Mon-Fr 9-4:30 Locally Owned
Good condition. $400. run, Sot 1040 feet;h -Sincet 19600 GnIs B LE
229-758-3146 or 229- thence East 180 feet; 'Excavator Thurs: 9-Noon Roo TIN. RemodelIng PROFESSIONAL
400-5184othence r No rth 480 DumpTruckT io Inf5coF
$14000334-31 4fefeet; thence SNorthp W Bulldozer Meta Roofingr *Energy Efflden
Eas7 118.5 2 feet; tthence IDe'm'oliffile"Ra U/fis.,ls eru'eA ia References
INCOME East 1320 feet to thegne -DemolitionAI c e *LO ilso n Ii # .RR282811670 Av
OPPORTUNITY East boundary of A Debris Removal ViLocalli A ufactuined MAest In #BOE6106 Insured
STAINLESS said Northwest Qur- all Randy SHELBY
STEAL, DINER 8 ter; thence run North RetentionPo6930566 850-99-6838
STYLE along, the East boun- Grading"
CONCESSION dary of said North- AC & Heating Site Prep Computer






DdTRAILERwea re 99 Ga C F *w est Quarter omecfepi
useeet'toh Eat rtheaContractoLeveling Bulldozing v & Repair ructi Home Improvement
GRIDDLE, HOT & corner thereof; Top Soil Fill Dirt HOME REPAIRS
.COLD TRAYS, thence run Westy 0 ;COMFO'R I 1 1 B
sBOILING TRAYS, along the Northl oGravelCAL M BY
TRIPLE SINK boundary of said Land Clearing ___ FREE ESTI1TES -FQUALITY SERVICE, HOMEWORK
$9,e.000. o Northwest Quarter Land Clearing, Inc. .,CSmr t I4YAL BPeauaICEI
334-389-2816 REDUCED $5500. b 2087 feet to the Point RA'rSince 196oHA, FL FREE ESTI S"Beautificationl
SLilliston 600, field Nortch Half of North 5 HardwareRepai JOBS TOO SMALL TILE SET of Your Home"
Ustready, shelter00 .kept. O er west Quarter of said .u. opisCl$5205SoftwareI E-,a I rntaiatins
$1000. 334-347-4283 5.7 Hemi, '04, 1500 section, townshipWEOFFER COMPLEE Installation .R8a tlh l GeiInstallations
or 334-447-2572 silver,2wd, and range.Y f oInLWCLEA, Aes otac General Repairs
76K mi.anr.CC$, many extras AffordableRates










20" chr. 3 wh..13K69 b ile... ,. .......e..111d to 0
2"cr w 3 Exception 2. Begin~ o AM) BLB --Home &Office O* niliamH.LongJr.
00o., 334.435-6320 onineg at Nourtheast ofESMAuto&Cycle oMrSFRPOEVisits ia-Insr s &nllTS Insured
agr97creoSFord '00 Ranger. iuLKtt Northwesthate oCS E
miles, manual, new Quarter of Northwest Services I
Sc r e, C OO. rQuarter of Section TIREDc)363 8CR8 -o Noth85 07
rp 3344693-0685 J16, Township 5 North, 85
used once, 7 run South along the Tr-or16SERRepairs and
00edEast b4unda7y00feea t Eat aI ennd
GVWR, 2 axels, pd said Southeast Quar- "]s yst ImmproveEments
$1935.asking $1600 F ECC. .0 ter
850-569-22623 tr of Northwest wi c A/C & HEAT SERVICE nstmes
850-569-2262 Quarter 936 feet; Png pn
thence West .along Th e nr r t
styleR4xFsmalle4the North line of1D
wheel. $200.334-796 Ford '01 Ranger Edge Cemetery Plot 410 aGeneraRepairs
1525 76 000 mile-. 4 cyl, feet tothe Northwest References Available
5 speed, new tires comer of said Ceme- $dallDonnie'
a elVan s Excellent $5895. tery; thence run t
334-790-7959 North 2 degrees -2900Borden
West along fence line TESLS S .. 850-2-7377
does not run, $500. red, 4WD, Triton boundary of said
NEG. 334-347-0619 V8/5.4L eng, 104,168 Southeast Quarter of
mC Svan l, Super CrewCab, Northwest Quarter;
Chevy 03'Astro van oodtirestoolbox, thence run East
Lt.pack.r61Kactual n 13,500.334-894-1212 along the North
mc. rear $r, very 8 0 ce or 3334-494-2823 boundary of said
cond. $7,800. OBOdIte of
347-5560 after 6pm FORD '02 F-250, quad Southeast Quarter of
wca Lariat, leather Northwest Quarters
Chrysler '95 Voyager, cAb, Prow rlh r 461 feet to Point of
V6, auto, seats 8, e i lc, uheisp descrB gsninning; being a
power, am/fmcass. 128K, $13,800 b pot oin t-of sai
new tires, NOW 128K,$1334- ,89-009
$1975 OBO 850-592- 334-899-0 Northwest Quarter of


ood condition. Southeast cor ner of


auto, ps/pb, runs & Jackson County, Flor-
looks good. $2,500. ida dated May 19
334-735-5404 1988 and recorded
S-- JJuly 24, 1989 in Offi-
FORD '77 F100 juIl
PLYMOUTH '96 Grand .FORD ',77 Fo cial Records Book
Voyager, 4 new tires, 6cy., short wheel 418 at Page 862 of
towing package new base, runs & looks the Public Records of
power steering good. $2,500.00. Jackson County, Flor-
mp, very clean, 334-735-5404 ida.
ow mileage, $3,250 Said right of way be-
OBO 334-687-9845 or ing better described
334-355-1118 h' ., **. as follows:
That part of the fol-
Plymouth 99' Grand lowing .described
Voyager SE $300. land: ecid
850-482-3285 o West '2 of NW'/4, and i
Ford3-i Fi100. NE the SE'/ of the NW' ,
Wanted: AC paint less 13.86 acres, less
Automobiles bedliner & carb. 94 5 acre n Section
Corvair for arts 00 00 9-4941 sieof a centerline,
1965-69 willhaul off- Ford '90 Ranger, 5 which centerline is
334-678-6990 speed, extended cab. described as:
$1400 334-389-0791 Description ML Ta-.
ADERTIS IN bor Church Road -
ADVERIS IN 11 Ford 99' Ranger 6 cyl. Phase I
auto/overdrive low Commence at the
CLASSIFIEDSmiles, exc.cond. Northwest Corner of
334-894-2134 Section 17, Township
d 1


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