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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 16, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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Sunland maintenance chief let go


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A month after Tracey Clemmons
resigned as superintendent of Sunland
Training Center, one of Sunland's depart-
ment heads has been terminated.
Butch Edwards, maintenance superin-
tendent at Sunland, was fired on Friday,
Feb. 12. .The: dismissal was confirmed
Monday by Melanie Etters, communica-
tions director for the Agency for. Persons
with Disabilities.
According to Etters, Edwards was dis-
missed after the agency's deputy director
of operations reviewed some fire and safe-
ty inspection reports. (See related story
page for more on the report.)
Edwards' termination is not related to
Clemmons' resignation in any way, Etters.
said.
The circumstances of their employment
and.separation, however, are similar.
According to her, both Clemmons and,
Edwards were given the option, of being
fired or resigning. Edwards, a 36-year
state employee, was fired after declining
the option of resigning, she said. Edwards
was currently in the DROP program, in
which employees continue to work but
accrue no further retirement benefits dur-
ing the five-year program.
Clemmons had been there long enough


to finish DROP service, and had been re-
hired into his position after completing
that five-year program. His retirement
benefits had started anew when he was re-
hired.
Clemmons gave his verbal resignation
on Thursday, Jan. 14. He also put it in
writing, in a short letter dated Jan. 14 but
delivered late the next day, in which he
announced his resignation, effective on
Jan. 29.
An agency representative signed off on
the resignation Jan. 15. Clemmons
worked three more days, then took annual
leave to finish out the remaining time.
Etters said when his resignation became
public that Cleitimons may be offered
another position with the agency. As of
Monday, no other position for Clemmons
had been worked out, she said.
As for the Sunland superintendent's
position, it has been advertised, with 48
applicants responding by the close of
advertising on Feb. 12..
In reports related to Clemmons resigna-
tion, the Agency for Persons with
Disabilities had indicated problems with
how some client welfare trust fund monies
were being used. Money used in the oper-
ation of Rish Park, located at Cape San
Bias near Port St. Joe, was inappropriate,


See CHIEF, Page 9A >


Safety inspections cited in dismissal


STAFF REPORT


In a fire safety inspec-
tion report dated Jan. 26
of this year, several con-
ditions were noted at 40
structures on Sunland
grounds during "high
hazard" or ."recurring"
inspections, according to
.state documents obtained
by the Floridan.
The buildings involved
included some residential
cottages, an arts and
crafts area, storage build-
ings and administrative
areas. According to the
documents, scores of
items were noted.
In the Johnson House,
a new fire sprinkler was
found to need a hanger.
In the New' Staff
Development building,
the emergency light was
not working in.the class-


room.
In the Harrison House,
sprinkler coverage is not
satisfactory outside
Room E.
In Central Office, the
fire alarm shows a trouble
condition.
In Monroe House,
additional sprinklers a
needed to provide satis-
factory coverage in the
hallway between Monroe
and Monroe annex; the
,emergency generator
panel in Monroe House is
not working, and the sys-
tem doesn't show" the
generator running when it
is.
Woodridge Place needs
emergency lighting in the'
west wing; Unit 1 in the
Learning Center does not
have a working exit 'sign
and and emergency light
*are not'working in its arts


and crafts area.
. In Madison House,
there's not enough clear-
ance below at least one
sprinkler head.
In the Social
Services/Taylor building,
ceiling tiles are missing
throughout, lighted exit
signs are not working,
and a sprinkler is leaking.
In West Side
Apartments, the exit. sign
is not working; at the
main boiler house, emer-
gency lights are not work-
ing throughout and there,
are open wires in junction
boxes. .
In the recreation com-
plex/gym, ceiling tiles are
missing in various loca-i
tions, and there's improp-
er storage in certain areas
In Unit 2
,See SAFETY, Page 9A !


Hundreds of house movers visit Two held


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Hundreds -of people from all
over the world converged on
Grand Ridge Friday, braving rain
and snow to take part in the
demonstration segment of a
house movers convention last
weekend.
Ducky Johnson House Movers
on U.S. Highway 90 hosted the
Friday demonstration event.
Participants from Canada, New
Zealand, Italy and other countries
were present for the demonstra-
tion.
The participants were treated
to a smoked steak and deer
sausage lunch after the morning
activities.
The weather, prevented host
Charlie Johnson. from putting on.
the go-cart races he'd planned for
children. But everything else
went on as planned despite near-
constant rainfall and a dusting of
snow late in the day.
Demonstrators showcased the
latest in equipment, lifting houses
using a variety of hydraulic jacks,
remote-control platform dollies,
new-age trailers and other
devices.
Two- contests were held, with
winners in the house-backing and
block-throwing events walking
.away with $500 each.
The winner of the block-throw-
ing event was man Ian
Thompson, who hurled a four-
foot-long block 33 feet, 1 inch.
The wooden block, which meas-


House movers from around the world converged on Grand Ridge Friday for a demonstration of the
latest house moving techniques. Mark Skinner / Floridan


ured six inches wide and six
inches thick, was typical of those'
house movers use in their task.
,The founder and namesake of
Ducky Johnson House Movers
died almost three years ago, and
was well known around the coun-
try for his structure-moving abil-
ities. He had committed to host
the event four or five years ago,


said son Charlie Johnson, who
now owns the business with'wife
Nicole.
Charlie said he had to see it
through, no matter what the
weather was doing.-
"He was looking forward to it,
very much so," Charlie said of his
father. "With the weather and all,
it was tempting to call it off, but I


just couldn't. I had to go ahead
and do what I had to do. I defi-
nitely thought about him, it was
99 percent of my decision."
He said he was glad he did,
even though it was a rough day in
the elements.
"It all came together," he said.
See MOVERS, Page 9A >


on drug


charges
STAFF REPORT
The Marianna Police
Department reported two unrelat-
ed drug arrests Saturday and
Sunday.
The first occurred. Saturday
during a traffic stop on Kelson
Avenue:
According to Lt. Francis Davis
of the Marianna police, an officer
pulled over a Ford truck driven by
Justin Cole Glenn,. 26, of
Marianna, after he allegedly ran a
stop sign.
Glenn was subsequently
searched and arrested after offi-
cers. allegedly discovered mari-
juana and drug paraphernalia in
his possession. After a search of
the vehicle, officers found about
71 grams of' marijuana, digital
scales, plastic bags and other
drug paraphernalia, according to
a press release about the arrest.
Glenn is charged with posses-
sion of marijuana with intent to
sell, possession of more than 20
grams of marijuana, and posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
See DRUG, Page 9A >


Chipley man

dies after

running

stop sign
STAFF REPORT
A Chipley man died in a
Washington County traffic acci-
dent Saturday night.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol, Charles Henry
Kowitz, 44, was eastbound on
Washington County Road 276
(Clayton Road) around 6:30 p.m.
when he ran a stop sign at the
intersection with State Road 77
about two miles south of Chipley.
The Volvo he was driving col-
lided with a Dodge pick-up truck,
which was southbound on SR 77.
The driver of the truck, '21-
year-old Lynn Haven resident
Sadie L. Pisarcik, received minor
injuries. According to the high-
way patrol, Pisarcik tried to avoid
the crash by applying the brakes,
but the front of the truck struck
the left side of the Volvo.
Kowitz was taken to the med-
ical examiner's office following
the crash.
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Pete Bedford and Keith Gault of Panama City get ready for their dive in Blue Springs
Monday. Mark Skinner / Floridan


Environmental advocate Chad Taylor is
urging other Jackson County residents to join
a springs-protection rally in Tallahassee
today at 11 a.m.
Taylor suggested residents make and carry
signs supporting protection of Jackson Blue,
or the many other springs in Jackson County.
Jackson County has more springs than any
other northwest Florida community,
The gathering will be held at 11 a.m.
Central time in the Capitol courtyard, which
lies behind the capitol building on South
Monroe Street.
The event is sponsored by more than 20
organizations from north and central Florida.
The rally comes a few weeks before law-
makers begin their regular session in March.
Legislation meant to protect Florida
springs has been introduced for five consecu-
tive years, but has failed to pass each time.
Taylor and others believe that a massive
show of support ahead of this session could
turn the tide.
The 11 a.m. rally will be preceded by a
"Run for Wakulla Spring," in which young
people will collect a bottle of water from that
spring and deliver it in a relay run from the
spring to the Capitol, 16 miles away.


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Street Address:
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Marianna, FL 32446
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Community Calendar events via e-
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submissions.


Getting It
Rightl

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


; February 16 Tuesday.
Eldercare Services will give out food at
4297 Liddon St., Marianna today, begin-
6ning at 8 a.m. until.the food runs out. Call
482-3220.
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the. Baptist
College of Florida in Graceville, 9 a.m. to 4
p.m.,, or give blood at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive. in Marianna,
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-
4403.
The public is invited to hear highlights
from the upcoming Chipola spring musi-
cal, "Bye Bye, Birdie,'" at the monthly
meeting of the Chipola Regional Arts
Association at Jim's Buffet in Marianna.
The Dutch-treat buffet is 11:30 a.m. to
noon, followed by the program. Call 718-
2220. .
Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, 'at noon,, in
Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
The Jackson County School Board con-
venesfor its regular meeting, 4 p.m. in the
JCSB offices. Call 482-1200.
Applications for government assis-
. tance with utility billswill be distributed by
the New Life Family Church at 10 a.m.
The board of the Panhandle Public
Library Cooperative System convenes for a
meeting at 6 p.m. in the PPLCS office,
4439 Marion St. in Marianna. Call 482-
9296.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-
Sew is every Tuesday evening, 6-8 p.m. in
the First United Methodist Church Youth
Hall, Clinton Street, behind the Marianna
Post Office. Call 272-7068.
The Sneads High School Project
Graduation Committee meets at 6:30 p.m.
in the SHS Library.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
Today is the reservation deadline .for
the Graceville Garden Club Table Games
Fundraiser, set for 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Feb.
18, at the Graceville Civic Center. Call 263-
3951.


February 17 Wednesday
Habitat Warehouse hours have
changed from the first weekend of the
month to every Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 3
p.m.
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 con-
ference room of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Services con-
tinue Wednesday mornings through April
14. For an appointment, call 693-0873.
Chipola College business instructor
Lee Shook and student volunteers provide
free tax preparation and electronic filing -
sirrple, individual returns only from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday through early
'April. Other times available by appoint-
ment. For faster refunds, bring a personal
check (with routing information). Call 718-
2368.
The City of Jacob will have a called
meeting at noon in City Hall. Call 263-6636.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
The Jackson WIC Agency offers a
Breastfeeding Class, 3 p.m. at the Jackson
County Health Department. Call 526-2412.

February 18 Thursday
The deadline for the Optimist Club of
Jackson County Essay Contest has been
extended from Feb. 12 to today. Call 526-
9561.
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 con-
ference room of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 4:30-7:30 p.m. Services con-
tinue Thursday evenings through April 15.
For an appointment, call 693-0873.
* Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at
2880 Orange,,, St. (behind Bryant
Enterprises). Call 482-3766 or 569-1294.
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
hosts two orientation meetings for families
interested in partnering with Habitat to
build a house: Thursday, Feb. 18, 6 p.m. or
Saturday,-Feb. 20, 10 a.m. Both meetings


will be in the First United Methodist
, Church Youth Center, 2901 Caledonia St. in
Marianna. You must attend an orientation
meeting in order to receive an application.
Emerald Coast Hosliice Chaplain Gino
Mayo will conduct an in-service, "Grief:
Exploring Mourning and Bereavement," at
noon at Jackson Hospital. Public welcome.
RSVP by calling 526-3577.
The Graceville Garden Club Table Games
Fundraiser is 6-9 p.m. at the Graceville Civic
Center. Games will include Mexican
Dominoes, Hand & Foot- Canasta, Bunco,
Bridge, etc. Light refreshments served;
door prizes awarded. A donation of $10 per
person and reservations required. Call 263-
3951 by Feb. 16. Funds go to beautification
projects in downtown Graceville.
The East Jackson County Relay-foir-Life
will meet at the West Florida Electric Office
in Sneads at 6 p.m.
AA closed discussion Thursdays, 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 19 Friday
Tri-County Community Council Inc. will
hold a Jackson County Community
Meeting at 8:30 a.m. at the Cottondale
Elementary School, 2766 Leby Street,
Cottondale', in the teachers' lounge. A rep-
resentative of the low-income will be elect
to serve on the Tri-County Community
Council Inc. Board of Directors. In order to
participate in the election, verification of
current income must be provided at the
meeting or be on file with, Tri-County
Community Council Inc. Call 1-800-395-
2696 or 547-3688.
Marianna High School's 15th annual
Campus. Beauty Pageant is at 7 p.m. in the
MHS Auditorium. Cost: $5 for adults; $3
for students.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits
and hang-ups in a safe environment"
Friday 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 available. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
Feb. 14, the latest avail-
able report: One reckless
driver, one
burglary,. .'-E
two verbal g. U'
distur &f-
bances, one... MJ VIE
bur glar
alarm, 18 traffic stops,
two larceny complaints,
one civilian assist, one
animal complaint and one
assist of another agency.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and
county Fire Rescue listed
the following incidents
Feb.14, the latest avail-
able report: One accident


without injuries, four
abandoned vehicles, one
reckless driver, one suspi-
cious vehicle, one suspi-
cious incident, one physi-
cal disturbance, three ver-
bal disturbances, three
burglar alarms, .one
firearm discharged, one
report of shooting in the
area, one assist of another
agency, 14 traffic stops,
one trespass complaint,
one juvenile complaint,
one animal complaint,
two public service calls,
one transport, two patrol
requests, and one
threat/harassment com-
plaint.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
T


county jail during'the lat-'
est reporting periods:
John Yocum, 26,
2895 Clover Drive,
Plainfield, Ind., burglary,
resisting with violence.
Scott Marrow, 20,
1258 Jasmine Way,
Clearwater, hold for
Pinellas County.
Daniel Lipford, 34,
5010 Johnson Lane,
Marianna, hold for
Calhoun County.
Christopher Tanner,
47, 4236' South St.,
Marianna, felony battery
(domestic battery by
strangulation), battery
(domestic violence).
Charles Decree, 33,
3053 Calhoun Road,
Marianna, knowingly
driving while license sus-
pended.
Emerson Young, 29,


1201 3rd Terrace, Apt. 4,
St. Petersburg, possession
of crack cocaine, posses-
sion of drug parapherna-
lia.
Christopher Basford,
23, .2448 4th Ave.,
Alford, violation of coun-
ty probation.
Rolanda Kerlee, 39,
1944 Porter Ave., Grand
Ridge, three counts of
worthless checks.
Sean Griffith, 23,
4820 Highway 90,
Marianna, resisting offi-
cer without violence.
Marcelino Sanchez-
Lopez, 30, 741 Brookland
Curve, Montgomery,
Ala., driving under the
influence, no driver's
license.
Charles Nelson, 22,
1308 Nelson Hill Road,
Alford, armed burglary,


* grand theft firearm.
Hayes Booth, 38,
4347 Thompson Road,
Marianna, grand theft by
fraud,, grand theft person
over 65 years of age,
exploitation of an elderly
person, 10 counts of
worthless checks.
Justin Glenn, 26,
4372 Kelly Ave.,
Marianna, possession of
marijuana with intent to
sell, possession of more
than 20 grams of marijua-
na, possession of drug
paraphernalia.

JAIL POPULATION: 201
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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Snow surprise


Marianna Project

Graduation draws winner
















Emilyanne, left, and Elizabeth Mathis, both seniors
at Marianna High School, draw the winning ticket
for the recent Marianna High School Project
Graduation smoked steak dinner for two drawing.
The dinner was donated by Justin Glenn of
Coonbottom's Catering, and the lucky winner was
Mark Clikas. Project Graduation parents thank
everyone for the support as they work towards put-
ting on the special event for their graduating sen-
iors in June. Contributed photo


English tutor training set for Sat.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Are you interested in
teaching adults to speak
English?
A one-day English
Language Learner work-
shop is being offered to any-
one interested in becoming a
volunteer tutor of adults
whose first language is not
English, and who want to
improve their English
speaking skills. No foreign
language skills or prior
teaching experience is
required.


Workshop objectives
include learning conversa-
tion techniques, viewing
teaching materials available
for use, and giving partici-
pants the confidence that
they can teach someone how
to speak English.
After the training, volun-
teers will be prepared to
work at the Calhoun.County
Public Library" Learning
Center, the Jackson County
Public Library Learning
Center or other local pro-
grams.
Glenda Lightsey Norvell,


M.Sc. in reading, will pres-
ent the training workshop
Saturday, from 8:30 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. in the Jackson
County Public Library con-
ference room, 2929 Green
St. in Marianna.
Lunch will be provided by
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Indians Chipola playoff hopes end


defeat,


Darton
BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Chipola College baseball.
team kept the winning streak
going Sunday afternoon, with a
4-2 victory over Darton.
Jake Eliopoulous got the start
on the mound for the Indians,
going three innings, giving up
one run on two hits and one error
with one walk. Eliopoulous
fanned four batters. Rodney
Quintero came on in relief for
three innings, giving up one run
on one hit, with one walk and two
hit batters. Garrett Baker went
two innings in relief, with no runs
issued on two hits, before giving
way to Duncan Midkiff to close
out the-final inning of play.'
Chipola scored early in'the first
inning when lead-off batter Blake
Newalu drew a walk, and
advanced to second on a sacrifice
by Andy Fermin. A steal of third
was followed by three consecu-
tive walks to score the first.run of
the game. Two strikeouts ended
the inning with the bags full.
The second run came in the
second inning, when Newalu sin-
gled with two outs, stole second,
and took third on the bad throw
from home. A passed ball
allowed Newalu to plate.
Cody Martin singled with two
outs in the third inning, but a fly-
out to deep right field ended .the
inning with him stranded at first.
The Indians added a run in the
fourth inning when Aaron
Etchison led off with a double,
See INDIANS, Page 5A I


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Chipola men's and women's teams
were both eliminated from postseason play
"Saturday night against Gulf Coast. It marks
the first time in eight years. Chipola will not
be represented in the state tournament.
The Lady Indians suffered a 75-65 loss in
the first game, as the Lady Commodores
completed a season sweep over Chipola.
With the win, Gulf Coast all but assured
itself of another league title, leading second-
place Pensacola by two games with two to
play.
The Lady Commodores got 20 points from
Taylor Dalrymple, and 15 from Andrea Smith
to take the victory, their 23rd of the season.
Chipola jumped out to an 8-0 lead to start
the game, but Gulf Coast rallied to take a 37-
32 halftime lead.
The Lady Commodores maintained their
edge throughout the second half, pushing the
lead to double digits.
Chipola cut the deficit, to six midway
through the second half, but the Lady Indians
would get no closer.
Bianca Jarrett scored a season-high 35
points for Chipola in the loss.
Chipola coach David Lane, whose team fell
to 1-8 in league play this year, said there were
no moral victories at this point in the season.
"A lot of people say that 'You guys played
well with six kids,'"' the coach said. "But the
fact is we blew an opportunity to win the
game. That.was the disappointing part. I told
the kids that they should be disappointed with
themselves. We had opportunities to win the
game, and we didn't do it. There comes a
time when close enough doesn't do it any-
more. I was not happy with the .way we
played. It was a disappointing night."
The biggest problem for the Lady Indians
was rebounding, as it has been all season.
Gulf Coast outrebounded Chipola by a
whopping count of 67-29.
It didn't help that the Lady Indians were
also just 6-of-26 from the 3-point line on the
night.
"We just have not made shots. We had open
looks, and we were not able to knock them
down," Lane said. "It's tough because we've


Bianca Jarrett drives for the net against Gulf Coast Saturday. Both the Lady Indians and
the Indians lost, ending their playoff hopes for this season. -Mark Skinner/Floridan

worked hard to put ourselves in position to play is against a team in the top 15 to 20 in
,win games and beat some really good teams the country. It's a really tough league, but
playing the toughest schedule in the country, we've had opportunities. We just haven't
. and we haven't been able to do it. been able to do it."


"But it's disappointing some people don't
recognize who we're playing. Every game we


See CHIPOLA, Page 5A >


Pirates rebuild with young players Lady


FLORIDAN SPORTSEDITO Bulldogs


The Sneads Pirates had a suc-
cessful season in 2009, winning
16 games, a district champi-
onship and a playoff game,
before being eliminated by
Bozeman in the 2A regional
semifinals.
In 2010, the Pirates will try to
mix youth and experience to get
back to the postseason in an
expanded district.
Sneads lost three key starters
from last year's team in Garrett
Dunham, Josh Blount, and team
Most Valuable Player Taylor
Edge, who led the Pirates in.
pitching and hitting.
The Pirates do return several
key contributors from last year's
group, including junior third
baseman Trevin Hall, centerfield-
er and lead-off hitter Bubba
Carpenter, leftfielder Jerry
Bamburg, and middle infielder
Marcus Beauchamp. -
The group returning gives the
Pirates a solid core of experi-
enced players this season.
"The guys returning are fitting
right in, and they're going to be
fine," Sneads coach Mark Guerra
said. "But we've also got a bunch
of freshmen and sophomores on
varsity this year that will be play- Trevin Hall scoops up a
ing. They're going to have to fill Skinner/Floridan
those voids that we had with the
guys from last year leaving. But I man Aaron Green, and
think they're going to help out a Taylor Dunham.
lot." A freshman, Taylor
Moving up from junior varsity will be taking over at catch
is outfielders TJ Granger and the Pirates.
Brandon Edwards, second base- Guerra said his team st:


grounder to third during baseball practice for the Sneads Pirates. -Mark


pitcher
Woods,
cher for
ill has a


'lot to prove, but he likes what he
has seen thus far.
"It was tough (getting pre-
pared) because of basketball, but
we're doing alright," the coach
said. "We're excited. I feel like


we've got a decent team, and we
should be able to compete this
year. But we're very young.
We've got a starting freshman


See SNEADS, Page 5A >


Marianna wins over Grand Ridge


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Middle School Bullpups
baseball team opened their season with back-
to-back wins at Optimist Park against cross-
county rival Grand Ridge Indians.
The "A"jteam Bullpups took a 5-3 win over
the Indians; the second game was a 12-1 "B"
team victory for the Bullpups.
In the "A" game, Tyler Colson took the
mound for the Bullpups and picked up the
win. Josh Taylor went three innings for the
Indians before being relieved by Trent Moats,
who closed out the game.
Colson gave up three runs ontwo hits and
six walks, while striking out seven in five
innings of play. Taylor gave up three runs on
three hits and seven walks, and struck out
four in three innings. Moats gave up two runs
on one hit, one walk and two hit batsmen.
Leading the Indians in offense was Trint
Clark lead the Indians in offense; he was 2-
for-2 with a walk. Taylor and Moats were


issued two walks, with Trent Childs drawing
a walk and reaching on an error.
Reid Long led the Bullpups offensively,
going 3-for-3 with two runs scored, followed
by Jonathan Sikes, who was 1-for-2 with a
walk. Trenton Nobles and Andrew Shouse
both drew a pair of walks.
In the "B" game, Dustin Sneads started on
the mound for the Indians, going three
innings, before giving way to Zane Chason,
who finished the game. The Bullpups coun-
tered with Hunter Eddins on the mound.
Offensively for Grand Ridge, Blake
Johnson, A. J. Johnson, and Colton McIntosh
each had 'a hit. For Marianna, Tristen Tharpe
had two hits on the evening, followed by
Gray Gilmore and Hunter Eddins, both with a
triple each. Zack Johnson and Trent Charles
both had singles for the Bullpups.
The Indians away game against Port St.
Joe, originally scheduled for Monday, will be
held this evening, before they return home to
See BULLPUPS, Page 5A 1>


win home


opener
SBY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Mariahna Lady Bulldogs
softball team opened their season
at home against the Port St. Joe
Lady Sharks with a solid 7-1 vic-
tory, behind the pitching of Hali
Stout.
Both teams remained scoreless
throughout the first inning, with
the bases remaining empty as the
pitchers for both teams looked
sharp.
In the third inning, Stout issued
a one-out walk, but got out of the
inning with Maya Boykin getting
an out at first and Cayce Griffin
ending the threat on a foul ball
catch.
Marianna picked up four runs
in the bottom half of the frame.
With one out, Mallory Dean drew
a walk and moved to second on a
sacrifice by Brandi Middleton. A
double by Allison Hutton scored
Dean, to give the Lady Bulldogs a
lead that would hold throughout
the game. Cramer singled to
third, but Middleton was caught
in a rundown for the second out
of the inning. Freshman Linsey
Basford picked up her first high
school hit with a double that
scored Cramer. Whitney Liptord
made it two in a row for the fresh-
men, with a hit to score Basford.
A strikeout ended the inning.
Port St. Joe scored their only
run in the top of the fourth inning.
Marianna .countered with a two-
out offense in the bottom of the
inning. Maya Boykin got things
going with a lead-off single and
with two outs. Middleton worked
a full count into a walk to make
room for Hutton's single, fol-
lowed by Cramer's double to
score two.
In the fifth' inning. Lipl'ord
drew a walk and Griffin singled
to put runners on the corners.
Great defense by the 1-ady Sharks
kept the l.adly Bulldogs off" thie
scoreboard.
Stout gave up 11four hits, one
walk and fanned eight for the
game.
Following lie gainme. Coach
Tasha Braddy expressed her
pleasure with the team's perform-
ance.
"llali (Stout) was very much in
See SOFTBALL, Page 5A >


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Jackson County Floridan Tuesday, February 16, 2010 5A


High School Boys
Basketball
The Graceville Tigers
and Malone Tigers will
both begin playoff action
on Thursday at 7 p.m.

High School Girls
Basketball
The Cottondale. Lady
Hornets will take on the
Ponce de Leon Lady
Pirates tonight in the
regional semifinals of the
2A state tournament.
The winner will
advance to the regional
finals on Saturday night.

High School Baseball
Thursday- Graceville at
Marianna, 6 p.m.
/ Friday- Walton at
Marianna, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Malone at Ponce de
Leon, 4 p.m., and 6 p.m.

High School Softball
Thursday- Cottondale
at Holmes County, 4 p.m.,
and 6 p.m.
Friday- Cottondale at
Sneads, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Vernon at
Graceville, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Blountstown' at


Malone, 4 .p.m., and 5:30
p.m.; Marianna at Holmes
County, 4:30 p.m., and
6:30 p.m.
Saturday- Vernon at
Cottondale, 12 p.m., and 2
p.m.

Chipola Basketball
The Chipola men's and
women's basketball teams
return home on Wednesday
to take on Northwest
Florida State, with the
women's game tipping off
at 5:30 p.m., followed by
the men at 7:30 p.m.
The week concludes on
Saturday night with a road
trip to Tallahassee.

Chipola Baseball
The Chipola Indians
play host to Shelton State
on Tuesday at 3 p.m.
The Indians finish the
week by hitting the road
Thursday for four games
in three days, taking on
College of Southern
Nevada onf Thursday and
Friday, then playing
Cypress on Saturday
before another matchup
with College of Southern
Nevada.


Sneads Continued From Page 4A


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Chipola Continued From Page 4A


The Chipola men fell 97-
85 to the Commodores, to
fall to 3-6 in Panhandle
Conference play. A 91-61
win over Pensacola
clinched a tourney berth for'
the Tallahassee Eagles.
The Commodores scored
61 points in the second half
to erase a 37-36 halftime
lead for Chipola.
Willie Kirkland had 25
points to lead Gulf Coast,
with Michael Porrini
adding 20, and\ Johnie
Davis 18. John Taylor led
Chipola with 24 points.
The Indians had four
other players in double fig-
ures in Keith DeWitt (14),
Aaron Davis (13), Dexter
Ellington (13), and Sam
Grooms (12). But offense
wasn't the problem for


Indians
Continued From Page 4A

and scored 6n a fly ball to
right field by Tyler Wilson.
A walk to Newalu was fol-
lowed by a single, but a fly-
out to left field left two run-
ners stranded.
The fourth and final run
came. in the fifth inning.
Joey Rapp singled to lead
things off, and with one out.
moved to third on a sacri-
fice fly to right field by Eric
Sauls. Etchison walked, and
moved to second when
Jonathan Gilbert reached on
an error at short. Neither
runner would score.
Newalu led the Indians
offensively with an on-base
percentage of 100, going 3-
for-3 with two walks and
two runs scored.
The Chipola Indians take
on Shelton State Tuesday at
home at 3 p.m.


Softball
Continued From Page 4A

control from the first pitch to
last," Braddy said. "She got
ahead of their hitters and
tonight, she used her fastball
and hit her spots effectively.
"Our defense is our
strong point right now ,and
it will help keep us in
games until we learn to be
more patient at the plate.
Right now, the biggest sur-
prise has been freshmen
-Basford and Lipford and the
way they are performing at
the plate and being produc-
tive and driving in runs. The
double by Allison Hutton in
the third inning jump start-
ed us, and Middleton has
been a pleasant surprise."
The Lady Bulldogs had,
two games canceled due to
weather, but were sched-
uled to. host Graceville
Monday night. Results of
that game were not avail-
able at press time.


Bullpups
Continued From Page 4A

host Malone on Wednesday.
Game time is 3:30 p.m.
Marianna will travel to
Graceville today before
returning home on
Thursday to take on
Freeport. Game time today
is 4 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.,
with Thursday's games
starting at 5 p.m.


Chipola Saturday night.
Gulf Coast scored on 10
of its first 11 possessions in
the second half, and shot 48
percent from the field for
the game.
"They. made shots, and
we let them get into a
rhythm offensively to start
the half,"' Chipola coach
Jake Headrick said after the
game. "We tried man, we
tried zone, but we didn't get
stops. We didn't 'do a good
job of protecting the basket.
We had guys getting driven
by, just a ton of defensive
breakdowns in the second
half. We couldn't find guys
for 3s. It was just a total
defensive breakdown.",
The Indians cut the lead
to six with three minutes to
play, but got no closer.


Chipola was without
Steadman Short due to
injury, with Marvin
Fitzgerald and Rodderick
Lanon out for personal rea-
sons.
Headrick said the lack of
depth hit his team as the
game went on. -
"I felt like fatigue set in
during the last 10 minutes of
the second half," the coach
said. "Guys seemed tired
and couldn't make that play
to get us over the hump."
,Chipola was scheduled
to take on Pensacola
Monday night on the road,
before returning home on
Wednesday to host
Northwest Florida State.
Chipola finishes the season
Saturday night at
Tallahassee.


catcher, and a couple fresh-
men on the varsity team.
The outfield isn't young, but
as far as the team makeup, I
can still say we're pretty
young. One-third of our
team will be freshmen and
sophomores during the year.
That's good for the future,
but not necessarily what you
want now."
Josh Rogers, John Locke
and John Beauchamp are set
to form the Pirates' starting
pitching rotation, with
Bamberg; Granger and
Woods all capable of giving
innings in relief.
"We've got plenty of arms
this year," Guerra said.
"We've probably got six or
seven guys who can throw,
so we're not hurting for
pitchers."
Rogers' and Locke both
played basketball for the
Pirates, limiting their prac-
tice time before the season,
but Guerra said he thinks
both will be fing.
"They weren't able to get
out there too often because
of basketball, but Josh's and
John's bullpens have looked
good. They're doing OK,
but they've got a long way to'
-go. As the' season kicks off,
they'll get a little bit better
here and there. They're not
90-mph throwers, but


S Dj


they're throwing hard and
throwing strikes."
Guerra said there are
probably more questions
about his team's offense
than its pitching at this
point, making the perform-
ance of the Pirates' hurlers
all the more important.
"I believe that, right now,
our pitchers will be able to
keep us in games," the coach
said. "They won't give up
huge innings, and I think
they're throwing good
enough that they can throw
strikes and keep the team to
where we can still go out
and score runs and win. I'm
not so worried about the
pitching.
"Offensively, I don't
know ydt. There are some
days I look at it and say
we'll be good, and others
I'm not as sure. We'll score
some runs, but I don't know
how many."
The biggest issue for the
Pirates in 2009 was neither
pitching nor offense, but
rather defensive miscues
that plagued them in key sit-
uations for much of the year.
"I'd say the one thing I'm
worried about is defense,"
Guerra said. "I think if the
defense doesn't play, it
wpn't matter who hits. If
you can't make the outs,

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you're going to struggle.
That's the only thing I'm
worried about right now.
You're going to give up hits
and some runs. That's just
the name of the game.
"Defensively, if we can
put a good group out there,
we'll have a pretty good sea-
son. I think we're more
experienced defensively
than we were last year."
Cutting down on errors
has been the primary focus
for Guerra's Pirates leading
into this season.
"We're constantly work-
ing on defense," the coach
said. "We're getting better,
and I can tell the difference
every day. Are they giant
steps? No, but they're steps
in the right direction."
The district is now
expanded to eight teams this
year, with former 3A teams
Holmes County and South
Walton moving down to 2A
to join the Pirates, last year's
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Guerra said he believed
there were four teams who
are clearly the teams to beat
to get to the postseason.
"In my mind right now,
I've got to get by Bonifay,
Bozeman, South Walton and
Vernon," the coach said.
"Those are the teams that we
look at right now in district
that we've got to compete
with. That's not discounting
Cottondale, Graceville or
Blountstown. Cottondale
beat us last year, and those
teams can sneak up on you
and beat you any day.
"But if I were to pick a
district winner, I would look
at Bonifay and Bozeman as
1-2. I don't think we're the
guys everyone is shooting
for. Do I think we can play
with any of them?'Yes, I do,
but we have to see lhow it
goes."
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for Sale $600/moO 850-352- 2103 334-805-0816. Trailer w/1 slide, motion satellite dish MW '01 330ci 89
SHouses vUnfurnished 4T5, 4 x 4, w/glass $12,500 772- 631-5065 Home theater sys. stm wi e $11a et an 3i e. r,7 E
wi el' fLeather eur reclner Custo mV6 w mile. $500 West Main blacek.afeath' sur"- Lexus '00 E t300
RAINBOW Clean 1 wi ndshield, fiber- Dutchman '02Classic eat e/bed, age, 23,560 miles, Car Sales LLC nriooefr P4 6latimum5 Model 98K
Systems SE-E2 1149 Gus Love Rd glass oof wnch a/t 35 foot fifth wheel, Brake-Buddy for ow $7000.OBO 1919 West Main St. $9,50 334-726 1215 Loaded $7200 West
Sw/warranty. Must Ashfr5 R 589 mud & snow tires extra clean, no pets ak ddaos 334- .347-0619_____ 334-7699-5880-27 OC aa 3 15 68500 8 i, G$ray 804 82-2
sale 334-794-5766 3BR/2BA Brick 250 hours, used on or smoking, 2 slides, car. Garage stored. 334 - BMW- 0 Honda Corvette181 4na'06 Civic, Gray MainCWastMain St.
$500-$300. $250o/$1250 fect.$6,500, 334775 334-796-8136 or 334 $160,000. ta lether.ut Automatic 350 69500 mi. Good gas. 334-699-880
3 1 173 037 334 75-03 8996-22 334-797-3617. I' matic.unroof, good (Silver) sell as is mileage & condition.
IMusical Instrumentsa 3/1 home for rent in 30 -0 '6, -25' REDUCED m1,900 $6000. OBO $1 500. 334-243-4166
Marianna. Call for Boats Good condition. '03 Class A Monoco m$1. -3 BMW'933445-6230334.
FOR SALE: details 850-209-8759 6,Asking La Palma. 2 slides. BMW 5301. fully Datsun '78 280Z 2+2,
Sleeps 1asbath. Loaded!
Used Kohler and Austin Tyler & Assoc 1999 17 foot Alumi ayff. 334-794-8897 bath.Loaded loaded. 6K mles original owner,
Campbell Piano. Quality homes for craft, 50 HP Mercury, or 334-790-7918 -I ncl. car dolley &all RD" E hiteeCeiln$ t con- speed, fuel injected, -
Price negotiable rnt 850- 526-3355 trailer, trollin m- 'f furnishings (she Red, great cond. 47K edition $6,000 OBO 180k miles, ome Hona 09 F port LEXUS02 RX 300 92K



Price negotiable!s&Fs Snreadst 50/mo- 526-3355 raiders, soln mo- tFtrowqels, ue t02.
Call: 334-68-4290. Property Mgmt is tor, depth finder, live towels, etc) $65K6- 334-703-3784 rust, runs but needs loaded, low miles, $12,900 LIKE NEW.
our ONLY Business" well. $4500 334-312- e a $ 3 334-790-3480. syte 10 500 080
oru2lr over 618ments 4- 3 7 334-695-3553480. system/$1,50sOr01:0 Cadillac'94 work. $2500 OBO 850- silver w/gray & black WEST MAIN CAR
pets &animals Several units avail. 4 0114 Tioga Arrow 27ft -----Fleetwood Broug- 579- 2136 Iv msg inter., runs like new. SALES LLC
t ni rent. MH/Apts p & ew 2008 Fisher 1754, on Motorhome '86, Infinity '97 J30 ham. Top cond., fully i her- 7 (,, $15,900. 334-687-3171-' 1:99 WEST MAIN ST
eady fohu rent. MH/Apts & new 2008 Fisher 1754, aco 142, 0 5 4 8 miles. restored $5 203 OBO F73326988
8 3 house. Some until. 4 meur4-whiteAuto.8cyl.h m cu, whteAt l 142,000 mp imiles.7 restoredaf 0 S0 OB Mercury 4 str, ful ty. JEEP-'06 Wrangler, P3ckt "9 -5
P 8 ow. brakes & steer- $3,500., 334-687-7956 334- 693-3980 e ra sr o Etop, 49K miles, 2 Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5
incl.850-573-0625 stroke, mtrguide Dutchmen 40 ft. ng, A/c, AM/FM; ge k softtop, 49K miles, 2 Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5
-L.0=17 strokellin mtr guide, Dutchmen 40fm-. mng, A/C, AM/FM, e Iome? Ford 05' Mustang V-6 Less than 5hrs. War. door, auto, 4 wheel S 5 speed, 32k mi.
Houses d Travel Trailer'06 runs well low miles, auto, 59K mi. $9,900. until 2013. $9,875 drive. $13,500. 334- likenew,REDUCED
7e Furanidged CigrdON 65NN TAC, TravelYTrailer'067 runs2 156l8 422wamiies,
bilge pump, live well, 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, Fair cond. Has lea titeo teill tie auilled 334-798-2747 OBO. 334-714-1543 685-0846 $11,900 850-482-2994
Free Pets aPolicy Z/2 home fort rent, 334-798-0010 2 Slideouts, Loaded, t r oSedamage. $5000.oh
FreepPetsePolwy Like new. $20,500. 850 526 2840. $ .
avail. 3/1/10 in 22ft SeaRay, Lk nw 24
Your pet deserves a lov- Bascom, For info call $300 OBO. No Motor! 334-406-4555 RVs/Campers -
ing, caring home. An ad 850-272-3210 256-3E-0w 2 r t ar b P m u Er t 8 or
response from individualsI Mobl He s BWD Tr Le .rI' F .r"T- C
whowillsellyo uranima dlfor for Rent s ,t, r. t, c ur8.
research or breeding pur- forotor & :n
poses. Please screen re- .Ttr. depL h indr.-
spondents carefully when 2/1 in Grand Ridge vTrv clea,. 555(. i i
givingananimalaway. $400/mo +6400 dep _uB 229.- -. -3148 Franklin 05 Herinaqe -' .
S850-592-5571 Caravelle '07 21'5 40 w 2 hde outs.
i k 2/1 Located in Bordr. 4h.ours., awnings 2BR. gar231 n on u 9
Birds, Bees &Fish Sneads $350/mo Mercruisec 350 MPi tuD ,s-tn ShovercConquest user3rt. .s 2ur,.
850-573-0308. @ 260 hp. Bimini top. W&D, CHA. Lots of sleeps 8, lots of ex-
qual fr Sle 2 3 BR/2M A C'da se eSnap in carpet and extra's. $20K. 334- trash, 11K m i. take
covers. A ton of ac- 347-46xtra's. $20K. 333-0309 tr. over payments 334 10 GAL. AQUARIUM- Audiovox Cruise DELT6" PLANER- FRYE ANKLE BOOTS- Mauve velour wing-
Quaflight condition $500r Sale 2 & 3 BR MH C'dale. covers. A ton of ac- 347-4626/333-0309798-4462 War. over payments 334- wall accessories $20 Control-still in box, joiner,46"cast iron Rusty color; NEW back chair, perfect
flight condition $500 & up H20/ cessories included. 08 ag 98-4462 Warranty (850)592-2507 fits most cars $75 table, 3/4HP $175 Womens 8. $50 cond. $40 850-592-
Ready for hunting sewer/garb, incl. Call for all of the ex- 291RLTS, 5th wheel 850-569-2194 (850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 3261 -
850-3263016 t tras. Excellent con-l trasportationIUM-
charloscountryliving. tion. $27,000.00 OBO. li tanspowith All Accesories Beautiful Sofa table Dining Room Table King, firm support, 4" Pocket 22 revolver
com 850-258- (334)300-1122. recliners, free stand- $40 (850)592-2507 w/glass inserts, w/starburst pattern thick memory foam $140 850-569-2194
Cats 486209 g ble w/4 chairs, 50 & 4 chairs $100 850- mattress topper.
R n COBRA 14'iboat. 45 queen bed 3sb lidew s, _r8_Q l n a i
R h MBi COBRA 14' boatrol 5 qlin bed, slides, f 2 Antique Brass floor 850-557-0778. 526-3426 $150 850-272-4074, Quilting.Fabric
Free kittens Greenwood are Mariner trollingmtr. no smokingew! onlyr pets,$28K lamps w/ivory Duncan Phyfe tapes- Ladies Golf Clubs Knits $1 each 850-
85482422 85056 1015 00. 334-726-1434 2 fringed shades ksbyPhyllisWhit- try sofa w/mahogany w/bag, cart, umbrel- 526-3426
-4252 $425, 850-569-1015 334-791-4192 $30/ea 850-592-3261 ney & Belva Plain trim $375 850-592- a, the works $95
3/1 in Grand Ridge CROWNLNE07, 210 KEYSTONE07 $/ea 850-482-5215 3261..850-482-5215 Rattan Swivel Rocker
Dogs $425/mo +$425 dep Bowrider ow/wake Copper Canyon 5th CarSeeker 2 Brown book- w/tan cushions $45
board tower. 350mag vBaoanyTrmimeront5thb ,cial wN/ta Prov ides$4
85Do0 5925571/ 30 de p Bowre wheel, 2 slides, sur- 5Oe shelves, 70" high Boat Trailer- tilt boat Entertainment Large Job Site Con- 80 54
n850-592I5571i-300hp, like new, 2 $20/e 850-592-3261 trailer, new 13"tires, Center--Bookcase tractor Tool Box $150 850-526-3426
S.E. ALABAMA 3/2 DW $400/mo & $28,000. 334-470-8454 roundasound, g. i 4-vWheel Drive with spare, heavy du- 6'x6'x16" LT. Oak Fin- OBO 850-272-8967 Tannin Bed Bulbs
KENNEL CLUB 2/2 SW $375, both in ing area $27,500 4 outside plastic ty rollers, will acc- ish $50 (850)592-2507 Tanning Bed Bulbs,
Good Manners Malone no KEYWEST 17' 6" like 334-618-6572. ouseoe, aLikenewelecthospi-(over 800 hrs left)
Good Manners Malonets CH/A, no, 17 playhouse, good omodate, 17ft boat, or $250 for all
Obedience, Rally pets 850-569-2031. ew, suzuki mtr 115 Sabre by Palamino cond.$100/eaor single axle. $295 Exide premium car tal bed $250 850-272- $8/ea or $250 for all
Basic, &Confirmation3/2MHonacoff 4 trk, cd/ps trol- '08, 28ft 5th wheel $300/all 850-415-1434 (850)482-2289 battery (top post), 8967 34 850-209-5294
Classes, Starts 3/2 MH on ac off ling mtr, cd/m/am r mpr 3 slides like new $40 850-569-
SMarch2nd,2010,$45 P: Cr.J W'D 1i3L10._1 4347I..- --T cl ar e r,.an. AiriH,.:,,yTale$30 Contemporary table 2194 ble&endtables workslikenew,$10
for6weeks. i,-0 01iil m -. r p 3.1J449.l6' .rc ,.$91 S- 8.u.29.44768 wo2 drawers $25 850- FREE Swing Set. 850- w/marbletops I
-9463,334- 56- 557-0778________209-4768 $75/ea 850-592-3261 850-272-4680
299-3315, or 334-714- Ren u. 1 O 2 lb Amyrilla or aile
299-3 15, or 334-74-3123 MHRent Io Own: 2 R.: _,-, ,,-,,:1. uR -. :. v 5- ,a l 415, z00 D,;coun, lor Corner cabinet w/3 Ginny Lind Crib New MH pre hung XBOX 360 w/3 games
r3123 ,lt-r S,'I L' H, -' hull l..v Cai Paul R-heies, glass doors w/mattress $45 850- door, 76" x 34" $50 & wireless remote
Shih Tzu puppies. 3,J ;-.M14 Ac 15 15 5. 482 ,5 '135 00-482-5215 526-3426 850-272-8967 $150850-209-6723
CKC. POP. $225-250. -7 -, r ,,. r, n "''
49gold/b2k mask. BAMA ,rl e ii 23' llH, M. t Great T
--0202 2BR/2BA sel eng., Very low hrs -"i'- l IJ 'G.:,n,,,or, Fh-,,'ha l,-, '\,, \ ,I JL I.II.. noL pw4r 24ehou- aday. edavsa ek'
TOWNHOUSES less than 250. Roller Prrr,:,:, .-,qrti 116. R,- altr.- H~arilsu:i "i. \ \ ,r i l -- r - a r -
1st MONTH FREE furling, bimn, head, s..,r- $21K or n.-.rr-. Full w.r,dPn,,:ia. 2 ur, i\ .\ u .e.. .-. Qui,--S
call 8-5. 850-209- micro, fridge.iGood DOeel. 4 s ,de-. 4]i3 r',;C :. ,r,'ch. fr.:ni -. ani m ake.-_ e. r ljn^ p',rrTra
8531/482-1050 cond. Docked @ Snug ,T,. rr,.r,u uuiirad,:.:, bt'ily.,t. r,-.:-r bur,-:c -, W. P A,AY1A 1 I-f I i- h I-
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Plows $450/ea & 4 Seacraft, '89 20ft
18" JD Flip Plows Center Console, boat, | |
,^^^ ^KK ^^^^225HP Johnson Mtr, ^. mr
Fruit&Vegetables Homes with Acreage Dual Axle Tr. w/ & ^ *J ^ ^ k J I 1 I l A i
FSBO::26 qft 3/2 well, very clean, -,,- I
Sawyer's Produce w/harn on 2 acres Great cond. $6,85 0. u i S
We have Fresh Possible owner fi- C pyrIgnrea M aTerIal
Produce and dancing 850-209-8759
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NEW DECK,
APPROX. 2210 Wellcraft 88' 23 ft.
CHECK s FT 0 eeSQ.FT. rrcounsel, 225
1 OUT TIIE 803 GONZALES Johnson outboard. -
E (LAVER HILL S) $4500. in electronics.
JLAASLL)334-790-7676 Sale $8,500.,334-235-
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SSinglewides As LO Cruise Master LE,'05, KIA'03 RIO. lue. 57K
a, k you mnjve up to 14'New Enclosed 36ft workhorse chas- Miles. w warranty. CHEVROLET '08 Ford'04 CrwnVicto- Hyundai'96 Elantra
S s19.910 2 bed- Cargo Trailer will sell, sis 8.1gas engine, I nE tres, LOADED' Corvette convertible, ria LX, loaded, 55K FairCond. Needs
room w New carpet for$2200 or trade ... 22kmi., nosmk, 7kw 4. 080229-334- Black, loaded,exc. miles, drives likea Trans. work with
Cra.., Cjll Brad .for an RV/Travel gen. 3.si, SAT, 2 TV 2 520, 3343,-1202 cond, garage kept dream.$8700 321- DVDSter. syst.$850
8 063 80u Trailer/5th wheel/'-. A/C, auto leveling, R MERCEDES '97 E32n $55,000.334-692-5624 231-6363; OBO 334-475-6267 or
SareerSee r .. p derence 850- tow/brake system, actual m Chevrolet '93 Cap- Ford 05' Mustang V-6
Generalt99 s04w p th 5di de and camr Roadmasterelive34475008
Gener alNotces r atiI 482-5631/557-7332 05 Jeep Wrangler V.B.. .e ce k, ti / e 15nn. i $9.00. -'
I General 3I o_ I Un limited 41k mi ,lent'cond i0u 0i"4C" ,: "$ ri, e ez tra Clean. 334.79A-2747
Need- Telenho "nr 1/1 2005 GulI.ra, intl Au1 c air. 6 c ./I $75k :. 33t4-6s3169niV r ,"S..$41300. .ltC .
Jac eSTALLE e 4 s Iecu, w. eep. $60kwithout Mitsubishi O'E Ra, fdr 334 7 928C18
Please call TC Smith Manae t leep. both in great tn _urCro, Crew -
PleasecalTCSmith. Management 850-482-856 e . t INISSAN '07 Ttan -aed32K Chevy 03 Taoe
850-592-8260 n 52810 OFF ROAD PACKAGE, 0646 3rd eat. qod rcd f20K
S n k.29rt. Fl.et wo. l 199 7, healrh. 850 352-2810 W TIRES.,NEVER $14,500.334-791-0646 . 0 'OBo 4 "85 Infindlti 30
Subway fully se l cone3 FEWTIE NEVER I ... .. 8 33 . Sver Loaded $5.395
Sme rchandise s s ew b siout Fleetwd. Bdr 07'3- BEEN OFF ROAD OR 3921 or 334 79 8411 W M
Swgre 8. 1 Ck C TRUC. T R TE forSale ,ChevyA'04LCalr. r Frd65 T-bir, auoC 3n
ton $8,700 334-797-f, wka 5 ho,9 8. CLKFATUCK 4DR, AC, Lowmiles, 3904bbl, slidesteer-' St.334-699-5880
realestate 1272 OBO 334-898-1201 STEREOREAR LOCK- GREAT GAS MILEAGE, ing, 69K miles, $8,995
Wheeler 06 Yamaha th Wheel 06 36 ftINGDIFF.TO NG 2003 Toyota Camry NICECA LOW obo. 334-671-5051 or
S dentialforret 0 w/xt X LE V-6,75Kmls Alle PAYMENTS!$300 334-797-5051
R t7wIr Montego Bay,- 4 PACKAGE. ALS O R power, sunroofD down$199 per mo.
SI l1400080 dually. Tow package I..AND INFO. 22500 st0, forsa Stve Hatcher 75-1723
4x4 Polaris & Reese Hitch miles, WHITEexteri- 34-796-1513 or 334- Chevy '05 Monte Car-
FI^-As in $74,300. or ,... ,REY" .....rior, 334 .JAGUAR r'95
.A.rCondt.oners Oal5 car, odt- 6n700, o G nor 93-2099 ask for lCust. patCharL
irn.ouuners %I-.'". 334-655-1100 .4WD, $22,985 Chase. GrayvManmCusto opt. T$,I-9iGREAT
Four Winds '99 (334)268-3900 9sFr EnDamage L O O K CLASSIS WEST MAIN
CRESS MOD#FX27P Apartments- Auom c wthumb Motor- home. 34ft.OBO 334-4756267 FORD- BrandNew CAR SALES LLC
CRESSM 7P Aprtment tned .. r.4d otor-home. -- "4 4.-0084 2010 MustanglGT2 334-6995880.
CERAMCS KILN Unfurnished Greatco nd. $ 2900.00 Ex ilenr condition. r Avao 475 .0084 5 dtabk --
.40MOLDS (334)422- . 3320K.-Ni57 2 ti. .w ire. O D -. Chevy 1969 Camaro at.blI it.2WD.850
4541. $502. 1BR/1BA, apt., in Dirt ly.r- Kawa ai d PlveRef- Frer 1946 Sponrt Pilot Z28 coupe orange miles $28.5u00
.t town,$450. mo 850- D,,ir ,t v rav l.
hwcleveland@eharter.net "wn$0more n '5 tuned relly iI Si l cemaker Wat-r Ercoupe. Surf: et. blackirn.manual '334 .1796028 -
573-0598 for more in- Isi 00 334.36 h t.r h draulic http:, www.dlfncom 4-speed $9000. -.
Sfo2S1, Carriage Cameo '05 'n /ea.,hapler 1193 E4 I Acura '05 TSX 96K 256-278.4276 -
Appliances FREE % month rent -32ft 3 lides, 2-A/ C, j'k~., crv.. resq.htm or e-mail Black 5 SPD Loaded edyx3@aol.com .a .
p laon 2BR 1BA in town Honda '07 CRF80 5.5 K Generator, /microwave oven pwood2128h@yahoo. $11,200 West Main 300 f..Kia 0 Opt
$575 + dep Dirtbike,100 hrs, loaded, no smoke, no slide out. $25,500 com for more Car Sales LLCR R08 300 Kia04 Opim LX.
FRIGIDARE AFFINITY 850-482-5134 $1000 6X12 ei'lclosed pets, Exc. Cond. 334-718-0460, 718- information. 1919 West Main St. Signature Series, va- 4 door. 4 Cylinder
ue AFFINITY new, asking33718-046,718- paonformatiff. 1919tes$9in9St. 44.000 mile
FRONT LOAD WASH- trailer $1500 new $36,0 .33 4-714-4001 0793 334-69"9-5880 nilla, navigation, like i. les.
ER & DRYER. USEAD px/Triplex cond. 850-447-2859 Cherokee Trailer '06 on Flight Club Share'83 new, asking pa4 e xellent, 5995.
LESS THANAYEAR-. Honda/TRX.300.EX 28'..LsleepsI8 .Like Phaeton, 07'40ft.4 Cessna 172&182 $16,700.334-470-8454 GM ';2 CreveIle 334-790;959
LIKE NEWHonda TRX 300 EX ,eeps e de-outs15Kmi hanard in Mar. exc. g Super sports front --
(334)422-4541 LG2/1linMarianna Bike is complete cus- new.$16,000.u334- 350 CAT diesel, 1 m cn.$2000850C569o nyrtle,30 Rr d. 6-dr. hard -
hwleveIand charter.net nce k then open tom With t ons of ac- 347-1887 or 334 449- Alison 6. d iesel M2969 cb 850-5 -C le, 0 e'6 u I r prrte. front. d
..... ,re f loor oa n wdhu cessories incl Red 0162 A son 6sp. 7.5 esel Runs good, $10k 850- top Needs work.
py ln/pE' gen. 4 dr. frig w/ 5264
Miscellaneous ard /orchpvt/sa L.E.D.'s $2000.0.B.0 COUGAR '05 Camper icemaker, W/D in (Automobiles Misc. 5P26-4126 Gret prof car $3.200-
for Sale $600/mo850-352-2103 334-805-0816. Trailer w/1slide, motion satellite dish, BMW 01 330ci89k 334 282
POLARIS Ranger'06 loadedREDUCED!6 rer & side cameras, 1995uic k Lasabre, Blue Extra Nice Honda 03 Accord EX.
Houses Unfurnish 500,4x4,w/glass $12500 772- 631-5065 Home theater sys I.
snuO4x4,w/lass $120 7 5Lea theraeurotecners CustomV6,low mile- $11,500 WestMain Ibl.,leaitEr. cun Lexus'00 ES300
RAINBOW Cleaning windshield, fiuer- Dutchman '02Classic de ecner' age, 23,560 miles, Car Sales LLC roo, very nice, Platimum Model 98K
Systems SE-E2 use 1149 Gus Love Rd glass roof, winch,a/t 35 foot fifth wheel' desk, King bed $7000. OBO 1919 West Main St. 3 ,560. 334-726-1215 Loaded $7,200 West
w/ warranty. Must -As^hor 589 mud & snow tires extra clean, no pets Brake dyo. w 334-347-0619 334-699-5880 Honda W06 Cc Grv Main Car SalesLLC
sale 334-794-5766 3BR/2B 250 hours, used on or smoking, 2 slides, r. G BMW04 01 k Corvette'81 Honda '06 Civic,5s ray 1919 West Main St.
-3 t3BR/2BA Brick farm onl runs er- Mle 85ath any other options. -- MW'04 3301. bl3k C 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. 1 s Mn
$500-$1300. $1250 mo/$1250 dep fact. $6,50, 4-ns7- leeps8, 1.5 bath. $160,000. u ,'tan leather. auto- Automatic 350 69,500 mi., Good gas. 334-699-5880
334-797-1517 3037/334-6950139 8 6-8136 or 334. 334-797-3617. matac. sunrof. good (Silver) sell as is mileage & condition.
1Musiallnstruments 3/ home for rent in U HM 25' *REDUCED .. a meage. m.3 $6000. $11,500. 334-243-4166
Marianna. Callfor / Boas UJGood condition. 03 Class A Monoco 3,900 3346856233 334-774-1915
FORSALE detail 850-209-8759 Sleeps 6Asking La Palma. 2 slides. BMW '91 5301. luly D
Used Kohler and Austin Tyler & Assoc 199917 foot Alumi payoff. 334-794-8897 1 bath. Loaded! ORLE Iaded. 96K milesrt. original'owner, 5
Campbell Piano. Quality homes for craft, 50 HP Mercury, or 334-790-7918 ncl. car dolley & all FORed reatcond 50 7K tE., celent con- ospeer uel injected, 5
Price negotiable! rent 850- 526-3355 trailer, trolling mo- furnishings (dishes miles, 6-CD sound. 47K ition $6,000 180k miles, some Honda'09Fit (sport) LEXUS'02RX30092K
Call: 334-618-4290. "Property Mgmt is tor, depth finder, live towels, etc.) $65K. system $10500 on --rust, runs but needs loaded, low miles, $12,900 LIKE NEW.
our ONLY Business" well. $4500 334-312- 334-790-3480. 334-695-3550 Cadillac'94 work. $2500 OBO 850- silver w/gray & black WEST MAIN CAR
pets & animals Several units avail. 4 0114 Tioga Arrow 27ft Fleetwood Broug- 579- 2136 Iv msg inter., runs like new. SALES LLC
rent. MH/Apts& new 2008 Fisher 1754 Motorhome'86, nfnity '9730 ham. To cond. fully Fisher 71066 $1900.33-68-3WESTAINST
PI ^f house. Some util. 40hp mercury,4-whiteAuto.8cyl. 1, m st $2 8 4 str, fully. JEEP *06 Wrangler,-3 3499
/ II85- 5 '.."_. / -'a "1Pow, brakes & steer- $3,500., 334-687-7956 334- 693-3980 Mercury4str, fulIY 5a JEEP'06wrangler,
mcIl. 80-t73-062 stroke, mtr guide, Dutchmen 40 ft wteer 3 7-7956 63- loaded, garage kept soft-top, 49K miles, 2 Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5
| trolling mtr, Hum- ing, A/C,.AM/FM, Need inw lHome? Ford 05'Mustang V-6 Less than 5hrs. Warr. door, auto, 4 wheel S 5 speed, 32k mi.
Houses Furnished mingbird 565, TAC, Travel Trailer '06 runs well, low miles, / .... auto, 59K mi. $9,900. until 2013. $9,875 drive. $13,500. 334- like new,REDUCED
t i -' :-bilge pump, live well, 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, Fair cond. Has lea Check oit the Classillme 334-798-2747 OBO. 334-714-1543 685-0846 $11,900 850-482-2994
Free "PO-C" 2//2 home for rent, 334-798-0010 2 Slideouts, Loaded, d damage. $50 00. _
FreePetsPolicy avail. 3/1/10in 2f SeaRay, Like new. $20,500. j
Your pet deserves a lo. Bascom, For info call $300 OBO. No Motor! 334-406-4555 RVs/Ca1-
ing, caring home. An ad 850-272-3210 256-365-0328 e" Wat e
response from individuals Mobile Homes BassTracker 01"Pr ."
whowillsellyouranimalfor forRent 5 4 hp mercury.
research or breeding pur- (" I t .11 T.Ilr. trr.atirat
poses. Please screen re- [,:,r. deptr. fn r."
spondents carefully when 2/1 in Grand Ridge verIv clean. $5500. l ,
givingananimalaway. $400/mo +-400 dep OBO 229 56-3 146 Franklin "o5 Hert age
850-592-5571 Caravelle 'o; 21' 40' S. 2 slide.-ut.
t 2/1 Located in B, Bwrider. J nocurs. awnings. 2BR. garden "
Birds,Bees&Fish Sneads $350/mo lJrcru ser 350 MPIt tub ,th hower. Conquest 05 29ft
850-573-0308. @ 260 hp. Bimini top. W&D, CHA. Lots ofl leepl. 8, lots of e^-
uail fr Sale 2 & 3 BR MH dale Snap in carpet and extra's. $20K. 334- tras, 11K mi. take 10 GAL. AQUARIUM- Audiovox Cruise DELT6" PLANER- FRYE ANKLE BOOTS- Mauve velour wing-
fuail for Sale ndition 500 & up H20/ covers. A ton of ac- 347-4626/333-0309. over payments 334- / all accessories $20 Control- still in box, joiner,46"cast iron Rusty color, NEW back chair, perfect
Ready fohunting sewer/arb ncl cessall fories included. Jaco 08 Eagle 798-4462 Warranty (850)592-2507 fits most cars $75 table, 3/4HP $175 Womens 8.$50 cond. $40 850-592-
850-326-3016 http://www r Excell ent conthe edi- 291RLTS, 5th wheel 16 GAL AQUARIUM- 850-569-2194 (850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 3261 ,
charloscountrylivingtion. $27,000.00 OB. rear living, dual transportation with All Accesories Beautiful Sofa table Dining Room Table King, firm support, 4" Pocket 22 revolver
co. 850258- (334)300-1122. recliners, freestand-$40 (850)592-2507 w/glass inserts, w/starburst pattern thick memory foam $140 850-569-2194
Cats 4868/209-8847 C R1 ba. ing table w/4 chairs, great cond. $50 & 4 chairs $100 850- mattress topper. $140 850-569-2194
queen bed, 3slides, m.Q n
2BR Mobile Home in Mariner trolling mtr. no smoking or pets, 2 AntiqueBrass floor 850-557-0778. 526-3426 $150 850-272-4074, QuiltingFabric &
Free 2 kittens Greenwood area $3500., 334-7261434 Like new! only $28K lamps w/ivory hyllisWhi Duncan Phyfe tapes- Ladies Golf Clubs Knits $1 each 850-
850-482-4252 $425, 850-569-1015 3 2rnged shades B by Phl Witr sofaw/mahogany w/bag, cart, umbrel- 526-3426
3/1 in Grand Rdge CROWNLINE '07,210 $1e a 8 2 1 trim $375 850-592- Ia, the works $95
)$425/mo +$425ep Bowrider w/wake KEYSTONE Ca07ek 2 Brown book- $1/ea850-482-5215 3261 850-482-5215 Rattan Swivel Rocker
S05 255 board tower wh350mag el, 2 slides, supr- S shelves, 70" high Boat Trailer- tilt boat Etertainment Large Job Site Con- w/tan cushions $45
E ALABAMA 00hp, like new round sound, g. liv- $20/ea 850-592-3261 trailer, new 13"tires, Center- -Bookcase tractor Tool Box $150850-526-3426
KENNEL CLUB 2 W $375 moth in $28,000. 334-470-8454 ing area $27,500, 4-Wheel Drive with spare, heavy du- 6'x6'x16" LT. Oak Fin- OBO 850-272-8967 Tanning Bed Bulbs,
Good Manners Malone, CH/A, no KEYWEST 17'6"like 334-618-6572. 4outsideplastic ty rollers, will acc- ish50 (850)5922507 Like new elect hospi- (over800hrsleft)
Obedience, Rally pets 850-569-2031. new, suzuki mtr 115 Sabre by Palamino- cond. $100/ea or single axle.$295 Exide premium car tal bed $250 850-272- $8/ea or $250 for all
Basic, &Confirmation onSacoff hp 4 stroke, ps trol- '08,28 ft 5th wheel$300/all 850-415-1434 (850)482-2289 battery (top post), 8967 34 850-209-5294
Classes, Starts 3/2 MH on Sac off ling mtr, cd/fm/am.c' like new $40 850-569- Mahogany coffee t&
March 2nd, 2010, $45 Rocky Creek Rd.W/D $16,000.334-347-1887 camaerra clan Air Hoce, T.bic $30 Contemporary table 2194b d e s Wild Blue Modem,
for 6 weeks. incl. $500/mo + dep. or 334-449-0162 man' ..tra ,. l iEa- n. Air H,80 e, T.b4 $.30 Contemporary table 2194 ble&end tables works like new, $150
334-598-9463, 334- 772-577-0223 sacrOiae 0. $29k 850. 8502 .4;8 a' u17 7 aers $25 850- FREE Swing Set. 850- w/marble tops w5 2-k w, $150
299-3315, or 5334-7146 Rent t Own: 36 7 8 209-4768 $75/ea 850-592-3261 850-272-4680
3123 r Lu [ rent c,. & 3R R 9 ,I,,or Homesi Rl. 1 15 doz Dicount for Corner cabinet w/3 Ginny Lind Crib New MH pre hung XBOX 360 w/3 games
For 3!.ei .ils 5 .557- bull sales. Call". PaJ i -helve!., glass doors w/mattress $45 850- door, 76" x 34" $50 & wireless remote
ShihTzu-puppies. 313 50814.65c'.; -"-_._ mn 8"0.82.4285 35 850-482-5215 526-3426 850-272-8967 $150850-209-6723
CKC. POP. $225-250. -cono'rCoachman
gold/blkmask.BAMA T- r-rc '( otor Horni 23'r Pe n A d
pups Born 1/7/M10. T',-rar, a. A
334-792-0202 Sailboat l.at,1lna *lot,, Ou270,)rr,4.T" 0kE 0B ,-ua .
2B/2BA el eng., Very low hrs 'n,:,n. Fir..d w in n A24 hours a day., days a week'
1tMONTH FREE1 furling, bimin, head, S.e $2.K or aT,,r. Ful l und.ia2,- un "i3. '
\ .-' O -- I call 8-5. 850-20.9- micro, fridge. Good Die-el. 4 .lidei. J .ii:ni r.a.:lk. ,,n.n. Ir.,rr rr' rd male e.u, nr.,h- p:, ments
S.,':- i. .,, 8531/482-1050 cond. Docked @ Snug ,Ta. ,T,,an, ug a, .., b.3ilet. r,:.,:.t -t. aa a .
Harborslip B-6. 334- $15-.;7)0.850- w,-s,,abl brtbaery c-rrar. .,\ W W W .CIIOn co rn
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4 14" MF Bottom .
Plows $450/ea & 4 Seacraft, '89 20ft 7
18" D FliTp Plows Center Console, boat, . Sunday's
$550/ea 850-718-7750 motor & trailer, 95 W i UUASABI SOLUTIONi
^_____________225HP Johnson Mtr, I W
SFruit& Vegetables 2Homes with Acreage Dual Axle Tr. w/ i .
brakeswh., runs 3 5 6,7
FSBO- 2560 sq ft. 3/2 well, very clean, .' .. .. I... '--. .. -w m. -....i --
Sawyer's Produce w/barnon 2 acres Gr. : .t ,::,d $.50. ) f C. 1~-' 6 1 7 @ 2 5 3
We have Fresh Possible owner fi- 3'. ".. .' 0a_ ..... (_2)r
Produce and nancing 850-209-8759 .. 4 5 3 1 6 ( 8
Frozen Peas. We .. '- _
334793-6690 Homesforsale THE S.JDOKU. GME IT 1CK.--
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Bahia seed for sale e Com d an n rai GPs numbers so Ihat each column, row and i -
33-n7l0 per 850-763-7780 cond.,$8,500 726-4835 3x3 box contains lhe digits 1 9 only once. 821 .-I c1 7 9 2 4 s 6 9 2
775-3749 ext. 102, FSBO, 3BD/2BA Stratos'99 273 There is only one correct solulIon '
or 334-775-3423 w/STUDY, DR & Intimidator, 17ft bass .. ..


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W/FIREPLACE, K a 3 1/4 ton truck or [) ) NEWEST GAME SITE
w/BAR, UTIL. RM, $6500.334-596-1694 NEWEST GAME E
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APPROX. 2210 Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. -
CHECK S.FT. $39000 Center counsel, 225 PUZZLES ONLINEI .. 1 WlCOPA
OUTTHE 803 GONZALES Johnson outboard. ARCHIVES AND MORE GREAT C.AMES AT
(L3VER HILLS) $4500. in electronics. ,-
CIASIFIEDS! 334-790-7676(LAVER H Sale $8,500.334-235- BOXERJAM.COM A l (l NC BL .. I KEWLBOX.COM
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8 A Tuesday, February, 16, 2010 Jackson County Floridan C LASSIFIEDS www.JCFLORIDAN.com
Automobiles Motorcycles MotorcyclesD ( Trailers-Tractors ucks-Heavy Du -Trucks-HeavyDuty I LegaNoticesLegNoticesLeg Notices J LegNotice
forale '-(AiorS',,,r Gandy 4 row insecti- Chevy '71 Ei Camino, 88 DEGREES 28 MI- bed property as set
United Ir r Gany 4 row insect Cevy n71 E amio, UTES EAST,2 97.0 COMMENCE AT THE forth in said Final IF REQUESTED, A
Lexus '08 RX-350 -:.-- e.a n '. 4, ., .: ,ubeboxes, for 850-594-3282 IJ B FEET, THENCE RUN SOUTHEAST CORNER Judgment: HEARING WILL BE'
white w/tan leather, i_" 3 .. : ou b chemicals Navistar '98 Eagle, SOUTH 05 DEGREES OF THE NORTHEAST HELD:
sunroof, dual power Yamaha-o01 l :.irr r.1c.unted on tool bar CHEVY '87 delux 10 with 525E Cummings 18 MINUTES EAST, 1/4 OF THE NORTH- COMMENCE AT THE DATE: March 16,
seats 45,600 mi, Mdnight 1600, Good condition. $400. Red w/blk stripes, engine, new tires, all 150.0 FEET TO THE EAST 1/4 OF SECTION SOUTHWEST COR- 2010
$26,900 334-685-6233 i cover,3000+ miles. 229-758-3146 or 229- $2000. 334-714-9558 equipment included, POINT OF BEGIN- 6, TOWNSHIP 4 NER OF THE NORTH- TIME: 4:00 P.M.
it'06HD- Dyna Wide Black 5900.00, 0BO 400-5184 Chevy '91 Cherok excellent running NING. NORTH, RANGE 10 EAST ONE-QUARTER Central Standard
Lincoln 01' Excutive o6nW Dy Blac (331G'559 111 400-8 :hevy'91 Chenkee ;,ef. $10.5. WEST, JACKSON OF THE SOUTHWEST Time
Series 103K mi. GlideFXD w Black. p. .r .r33 h been filed COUNTY, FLORIDA, ONE-QUARTER OF PLACE: B o a r d
w/reg. serve power Like new. customs. 4 N :. 35.2 ia2J a;nt ou and you AND RUN THENCE SECTION 2, TOWN- room of the School
windows & seats 6600 mi. $14,750. 404 INCOME are required to serve SOUTH 89 DEGREES SHIP 5 NORTH, Board of Jackson
w. lumbar leather 578-1482 jeff@ OPPORTUNITY TOYOTA 93 P UP. a :opy cf your writ- 30 MINUTES WEST, RANGE 9 WEST, County, 2903 Jeffer-
int. new tires adult truthinsong.com ,,.t STAINLESS Auto. A. C "A S 15 Tn deftnses within 420.0 FEET; THENCE JACKSON COUNTY, son Street,
driven exc. cond. 2003 YZ125, bought '7.-'4'. a STEAL, DINER 3.500" 6,5 6567 0 ys after the first RUN NORTH 00 DE- FLORIDA, THENCE Marianna, FL 32446
$6,900. cash firm new in 2005, $2000; STYLE publ ic on, if any, GREES 30 MINUTES SOUTH 89 DEGREES
334-790-4892- 2007YZF250, great CONCESSION LegalAds c.n Florda Default WEST, 89.45 FEET TO 52 MINUTES 29 SEC- THE ENTIRE TEXT OF
-shape and well main- Ymaha v.,,' TRAILER Law Group, P.L, THE POINT OF BEGIN- ONDS EAST FOR EACH PROPOSED
Lincoln Town Car'91 tainted $4000 Buy ,rn d.r.lnn INCLUDES Plajint.ff attorney, NING; THENCE CON- 460.00 FEET TO THE RULE AND/OR REFER-
V8 motor, mint cond., both for $5000. a, re :el GRIDDLE. HO& Legal Notices whose address is TINUE NORTH 00 DE- POINT OF BEGIN- ENCED DOCUMENT,
burgundy, 39,390. 334-726-3842 no .'i 1.I '1-.: I COLD TRAYS. 9 4 119 Corporate Lake GREES 30 MINUTES NING, THENCE AS WELL AS A FULL
New tires, nice int., "- & -I .' l. BOILING TRAYS. Drive. Suite 300, WEST 89.45 FEET; NORTH 99 DEGREES LISTING OF RELE-
needs back shocks. '92 Goldwing, 60k gurd ,.:r -. ir,'I TRIPLE SINK LF14829 Tampa. Florida THENCE RUN NORTH 36 MINUTES 59 SEC- VANT STATUTES,
$2000. 334-897-5482. miles, red, exc. paint .:ri-re,. .. o4 SO9.000.oBO 3363.4. and file the 89 DEGREES 30 MI- ONDS EAST FOR CAN BE INSPECTED
& running cond. 3' ,:,r er..,l 334-389-2816 *.* IN THE CIRCUIT original with this NUTES EAST, 185.0 300.03 'FEET TO THE AND/OR COPIES
..-- $7000850 .45.2915 19 .&s :-..n': I.n. I ** COURTOFTHE Court either before FEET TO THE WEST- SOUTHERLY RIGHT MADE BY THE PUB-
... .. ija.'emeao-.e BUY M E! Lilliston ni, r,.,i FOURTEENTH service on Plaintiff's ERLY SIDE OF A DIRT OF WAY OF A 60 LIC, DURING OFFICE
fZ 7Su.Zukr ;9'.-ol-l s,,,. r,-:ir.;.r i. Kr -* JUDICIAL CIRCUIT anorney or immedi- STREET; THENCE FOOT ROAD, THENCE 1-LOURS, MONDAY
ft, uzuk c C.,ol- :4 I 1 r 4 IN AND FOR JACKSON ately her:reafter; oth- RUN SOUTH 00 DE- SOUTH 89 DEGREES THROUGH FRIDAY,
.ro lie.:com,cr.r2- ,o.rMAHA ,1: ,6:r i- ).J7..2-.,' COUNTY, FLORIDA erV,.:e a default will GREES 30 MINUTES 52 MINUTES 29 SEC- AT THE ADDRESS
Pgr.er- ,,i an ,e tc,,- .r a r 1. 00,:-,: CIVIL ACTION b., ortcEred against EAST, 89.45 FEET; ONDS WEST FOR GIVEN ABOVE.
Mazda03'Prt 5 e i ,.ou Mor the relief de- THENCE RUN SOUTH 300.03 FEET, THENCE
spd 80K re t leal.1295. 1-,. 7.r- .r,.-ma CASE NO. 32 2.109 CA manage in the Corn- 89 DEGREES 30 MI- NORTH 89 DEGREES LF14854
5sped, 8Kmils, 334-774-2521334-774- ,i 00m1,:-. V r, 12 olant or petition. NUTES WEST 185.0 52 MINUTES 29 SEC-
30miles per gaon. 2773 after P.M.' H-.- .rui, ,. E .l--- -ll.- O vISIO'. FEET TO THE POINT ONDS WEST FOR PUBLIC NOTICE
Good condition-[ H -.rb., PLI $ v rl.E TT OT N WS R
$5,493. 334-701-3458 HARLEY Davidson '01 1.m. 4 r,lme r in.il Thr,i notce shall be OF BEGINNING 230.00 FEET TO THE Under Florida State
Road King Police, g et:ur,,.:,,, O". WELLS FARGQ BANK. published once each POINT OF BEGIN- Law"Self-Storage
4 .- ,,. 16.500 miles. White, New 0 ,i Tr .r ODGE r I'04. 15* 0 NA, week for two consec- A/K/A 2957 SUNRISE NING, A/K/A LOT 8, Storage Facility"
... en&shop kept. New l. Tr3,lr DODGE .1'4. 1500 uuive weeks in the DRIVE, MARIANNA, BLOCK A OF THE UN-
u000. 334-774-3663 Like new. $8000. used once, 7000 5.Henli,sllver,2w, Plaintiff, Jackson County Flo- FL 32448 RECORDED SUBDIVI- PUBLIC NOTICE Un-
334- 618-5833.. GVWR, 2 axels, pd 76K mi., many xtras ridian. SION OF WHISPER- der Florida State Law
HARLEY DAVIDSON $1935 askirig $1600 20" chr. wh., $13K vs. Any person claiming ING PINES. "Self-Storage Stor-
'02 Fatboy with lots ,. 850-569-2262 obo., 334-435-6320 WITNESS my hand an interest In the sur- age Facility" Act:
-i Chrome, Black, .'. HARRY JORDAN, JR. and the seal of this plus from the'sale, if A/K/A 5871 Catalina 83.801-83.809,
Mazda 5,07' Grand $10,250 352-303-2713 -'r." I" ,' A K A HARRY JOR- Court on this 1st day any, other than. the Lane, Greenwood, FL Chipola Storage lo-
touring, exc cond re- Harley Davidson '02 DAN, et al. of February, 2010. property owner as of 32443 cated at 4401 Consti-
maining warr.48K H eritag s the date pf Athe Lis tution Lane, Marian-
mi black $11,500 HeritageClassic, ots 1978 .. r,:p ,a,. Defendantss). Dale R. Guthrie Pendens must file a Any .person claiming na, Florida 32448 will
334-445-3652 or 256- $13chrome, 16K miles Yamaha07 VStar d:.: n.:,. r.n ir. Clerk ofthe Court claim within sixty an interest in the sur- sell or dispose of the
452-8026 588-2409/798-9478 1300 Tour; fuel inject- NE,: .3.J.117 ,t-li9 NOTICE OF ACTION (60) days after the plus from the sale, if contents of the fol-
ed, cover & helmet, Ford '01 P.r,,ngr ioe. I By: Beverly Hatcher sale. any, other than the lowing storage unit
Mecedes'04 Ben Harley Davidsn 02' cruise control, load- L t p ack. 61K actual 76,000 miles, 4 cyl, TO:HARRY JORDAN, As Deputy Clerk property owner as of on March 3, 2010. The
E320, sports pack-. Heritage Softail p, S, iar v natual 5 speed, new tires JR. A/K/A HARRY WITNESS MY HAND the date of the Lis public sale will be
age, charcoal/black Springer like new, to ed, 5K., Likeew mi. rear air, very nice Excellent $5895 JORDAN and the seal of this Pendens must file a conducted at Chipola
interior. 59K miles. many ext. to list $6,990.334-714-4001 cond. $7,800. OBO 334-790-7959 LAST KNOWN LF14831 Court on January 28 claim within sixty Storage, 4401 Consti-
$17,000.334-806-7190 4,600 mi. $12,000 347-5560 after 6pm ADDRESS: 1 0 3 3 2010. (60) days after the tution Lane, Marian-
Mercedes '06 R-350, 334-235-2995 Scooters/Mopeds Chrysler '95 Voyager, Ford '02 F150 XLT, Payne Street IN THE CIRCUIT sale. na, Florida 32448
white w/tan leather, HARLEY Davidson 03 V6, auto, seats 8, red, 4WD, Triton Graceville, Fl 32440 COURT OF THE Dale R. Guthrie Starting at 11:00 A.M.
sunroof, 3rd row RoadKing, 95" stao '05 Scooter 90 g power, am/fm cass. V8/5.4L eng,-104,168 FOURTEENTH Clerk of the Circuit WITNESS MY HAND Unit contents may be
seat,99,300 mi 2, seRoaKing, 95 stage, o 49cc Heavy Duty ,mpg, new tires, NOW mi., Super Crew Cab, C U R R E NT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Court and the seal of this redeemed by owner
$17,900 334-686233 security, gpextra's. Like new, low miles $1975 OBO 850-592- good tires, tool box, ADESS:UNKNOWN IN AND FOR JACKSON Court on January 28, prior to sale date and
Mercedes 98'LK230cooler, many extra's. Like new500.334-803-5008 Must see, $1200 OB, 2832 $13,500. 334,894-122 COUNTY, FLORIDA By:Beverly Hatcher 2010; time. Chipola Stor-
Mer es 98SLK230, $10,500.334-803-5008 Mustee$1200 OBO Caravan, or 334-494-2823 ANY AND. ALL UN- CIVIL ACTION Deputy Clerk age reserves the
leather, Hd. top, Con Harley Davidson 05' 850-482-7739 Dodge 05 Caravan, FORD '02 Fr250 quad KNOWN PARTIES Dale R. Guthrie right to dispose of
vert. Supercharged, 4 FLHTCI Electra glide dual air, DVD, pwr cab, Lariat, leather CLAIMING BY, CASE NO. 32 2009 CA LF14835 Clerk of the Circuit the contents in any
cyl. Cd, 89K mi. classic 9,000mi. Sport Utility Vehicles windows & locks, seats, power, .3 THROUGH, UNDER, 000479 Court manner necessary
$9.500.334-898-1201 black, loaded, good condition. Diesil, new tires, AND AGAINST THE DIVISION IN THE CIRCUIT. and reserves the
Mercury '3 Grand $13,800.334-714-9377 Chevy'O4 Tahoe, $5,500 334-792-5333 128K, $13,800 HEREIN NAMED INDI- COURTOFTHE By:_Beverly Hatcher right to cancel sale
MarquisGS, Silver, Harley Davidson 07' LS, Beige, 83000 Dodge '97 Grand Car- 334-899-0099 V I D U A L BAC HOME LOANS FOURTEENTH Deputy Clerk without notice and to
99,000 Miles, Goodvison miles,PW, PL Dodge 97 Grand Car DEFENDANT(S) WHO SERVICING, LP JUDICIAL CIRCUIT _accept or not accept
Co,0dition, 4975 Ultra Classic 12,000 Radio/CD, tinted avan 6 cylinder, A/C, ARE NOT KNOWN TO F/K/A COUNTRY- IN AND FOR JACKSON any offers to pur-
850-638-1947 mi. Pearl white, load- wdwsrunning bds, cruise, pwr windows BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WIDE HOME COUNTY, FLORIDA LF14856 chase. All purchased
edgreatprice $14000. 850-718- clean.2,000334-648- HETHER SAID UN- LOANS SERVICING, CIVILACTION items are sold as is
Nissan'07 Altima $15,000. firm 612-396- 7040,569-5774. 5 K OWN PARTIES LP, LEGAL NOTICE where is and must be
2.5SL, Black, 34,200 9898 or 334-673-3837 GPEAT CONDITION Ford '84 Econoline E MY CLAIM AN IN- CASE NO.06-989-CA NOTICE OF INTENDED removed at time of
mi., bose stereo, Van Goodcornd -TEREST AS SPOUSE, Plaintiff, DIVISION ACTION THE sale. Contents are
moon roof, spoiler. $140 114. 741 9 HEPRS, DEVISEES, JACKSON COUNTY described but not
leather int. very, j'. Ford 6O F.350,Die-el GRANTEES, OR OTH- vs. U.S. BANK NATIONAL SCHOOL BOARD limited to furniture
clean, Like new. i 4WD. :Ie rn. 5,k mi. ER CLAIMANTS ASSOCIATION, AS and miscellaneous
$15,000. obo, > -.n I. nich JOSEPH S. BRAY, et TRUSTEE FOR Purpose and Effect: items in the following
334-372-$0702 or 1 5. 850 2622 LAST KNOWN al, STRUCTURED ASSET Pursuant to 'Chapter unit:
334-432-0302. LT ADDRESS:UNKNOWN INVESTMENT 120 of the Florida
Nissan '08 Altima HARLEY DAVIDSON he A -0. r l L. R R E N I Defendant(s). LOAN TRUST (SAIL), Statutes, the School #101 Shirley Pollock
UNDER WARRANTY, '08 1200 Sportster v ,mi.ahr.I i e ,fu irblueRSERIES2006-4, Board of Jackson
LIKE NEW! $200 down Custom, 108 milester .1 mI., r. . : ueod :ver. 144K ADDRESS:UNKNOWN NOTICEOF County will hold a LF14852
-'FLIKE NEW! $200 down custom, 108 miles, pe r. .v. .e r Iij FORECLOSURE SALE Plaintiff, rule adoption meet-
$269 per Mo. Call Ron Fk veMrnc 18ab p .,,CC, $4,500 YOU ARE NOTIFIEDtice
Ellis 334-714-0028 warranty, Like new. very nice. $18,995 Van selling for parts 334-714-6999 YOU ARE NOTIFIED ing in conjunction Notice
Ellis 334-714-002 $8,700, 334-702-4778. White 850-579-4694 only $500. 334-691- that an action to NOTICE IS HEREBY WAIKETHA C. HUNT- with the regularly
SM E CChevy Trailblazr 08' 2987 334-701-5516 FORD'07 F250 Super foreclose a mortgage GIVEN pursuant to a ER,etal, scheduled meeting This is to advise that
B Harley Davidson '08 black, LS 31K mi. A/C Duty V-8 Crew Cab on the following Final Judgment of on March 16, 2010 for "Linzey Faison Men-
Electra Glide Classic, & Rear air Exc. C ondnda Odyssey '05 XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, property in JACKSON Mortgage : Foreclo- Defendant(s). the purpose of tal Health Associ-
Nissan'08 Altima, 4000 miles, year $15 000. 334-791-9115 EXL 87k mi. Silver Tan, $32,000 334-688- County, Florida: sure dated January amending or adopt- ates, Inc." (corp. doc.
white/gray interior, arrenty left. w/gray leather int: 8606,334-695-0688 '26, 2010 and entered NOTICE OF ing .the following Re #P4000170148)
sunroof, alloy whis $17,000.334-618-4430 Hummer '06 H3, 41k 1 owner, non-smoker A LOT OR PARCEL OF in Case No. 32 2009 FORECLOSURE SALE rules to comply with wi be dissolved as a
33K miles. $16,000. r miles, oon roof, pwr slide doors, FORD '77, F100,350, LAND LOCATED 'IN CA 000479 of the Cir- the provisions of corporation in 2010.
334-693-0830 Harley Davidson '96 leather seats, satilite moon roof, rear A/C V8, long wheel base, GRACEVILLE, JACK- cuit Court of the NOTICE IS HEREBY controlling laws, ad- "Linzey Faison Men-
Fatboy, red & white, radio, blue exterior.. 2nd row capt. chairs auto, ps/pb, runs & SON COUNTY, FLORI- FOURTEENTH Judicial GIVEN* pursuant to a ministrative rules tal Health Associ-.
You name it... 13K miles, great $22,495 OBO.798-9695 Good cond. $13,000 looks good. $2,500. DA AND BEING MORE Circuit in and for Final Judgment of and guidelines. ates., Inc." will not be
Classified has i 334-899-1212,500 Jee 04Wrangler, 334-393-88334 334-735-5404 PARTICULARLY DE- JACKSON County, Mortgage Foreclo- responsible for treat-
as it!!! 334-899-1212 than FORD '77 F100 SCRIBED AS FOL- Florida wherein BAC sure dated January PROPOSED POLICY ment or care of pa-
Oldsmobile 88' Calais 2K le. rrd 6., sh,,ri weel LOWS: COMMENCE HOME LOANS SERV-26, 2010 and entered ADOPTION: tients after March 19,
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Subaru Forester 03' HD '97, Fatboy, Pew- 4.0L 6cyl 5spd 4WD AC,P.S., paint, SOUTH FORREST FRIEDRICH; RUBY L. SERIES 2006-4, is the Cost to agency: Will
XS 154K mi.,5-sp. ter & Black, lowered, Khaki cdr. Soft-Tp,'AC Wanted: bedliner & carb. 94 DRIVE; THENCE CON- FRIEDRICH; are the Plaintiff and vary according to
white, AWD, ABS, garage kept .12k mi, am/fm/cd/mp3, alloy Automobiles Eng. 6cyl. exc. cond TINUE SOUTH 88 DE- Defendants, I will sell WAIKETHA C. HUNT- gross annual salary To Stand Out?
A/C sunrf. $5,500. Must see. $11k OBO whis, Mopar bmpr& & $4,000. OBO 983-4941 GREES 28 MINUTES to the highest and ER; MARKEVAR U. and cost of health in-
334-671-5723 C'dale 850-352-4342 gril grd. Exc. Cond. Corvair for parts Ford 99' Ranger 6 cyl WEST A DISTANCE best bidder for cash HUNTER; are the-De- surance. Cost or ben- Use An
Toyota '05 Matrix i l -t am r 1 owner 3 rd car 1965-69 will haul off. auto/overdrive low OF 485.0 FEET TO THE at NORTH DOOR fendants, I will sell to efit to those affect- Us
GREAT GAS MILEAGE, i LOW t.MILES. 37 3' ", 334-678-6990 miles, exc.cond POINT OF BEGIN- JACKSON COUNTY the highest and best ed: Will vary accord-
FULLY LOADED, LOW $17.999 C exc.33 cond.4-894-2134 NING; THENCE RUN COURTHOUSE, MA- bidder for cash at ing to gross annual AttraCtor Or
PAYMENT! $500 34 6 34-894-2134SOUTH 88 DEGREES RIANNA, FLORIDA at NORTH DOOR JACK- salary and cost of
$50 nth Trucks-HeavyDuty Sonoma '03 GMC 28 MINUTES WEST, 11:00AM, on the 11th SON COUNTY health insurance. Im-
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Hospitals seek federal grants for improvements


BY DEBORAH
BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF' WRITER
The two largest health
care facilities in Jackson
County are going after
funding to improve their
facilities.
Jackson Hospital wants
$100,000 to help it upgrade
its pharmacy.
Campbellton-Graceville
Hospital wants $500,000 to
upgrade its air conditioning
and heating systems.
Through Rep. Allen
Boyd, D-Monticello, the
Jackson County
Commission has submitted


both requests for considera-
tion by the Second
Congressional District
Healthcare Council.
They should know in a
few days if their projects
will be included in health
care earmarks in the 2011
federal budget.
The Healthcare Council
is due to meet and vote on
all proposals this Friday in
Tallahassee.
Jackson Hospital is pre-
pared to spend $50,000 of
its own, as a match to the
$100,000 it is requesting.
In its request, hospital
officials wrote the pharma-
cy lab needs to be moderin-


ized so that Jackson
Hospital can prepare
chemotherapy drugs to treat
hospitalized individuals and
outpatients
Officials noted that an
oncologist has joined the
medical staff, and that the
pharmacy improvements
would enable county resi-
dents to stay closer to home
for treatments.
Campbellton-Graceville
doesn't plan a match for its
request. Hospital officials
there focused on the age of
the heating and air condi-
tioning systems in justify-
ing the request.
The existing heating and


air conditioning system has
been in use since the hospi-
tal was built in 1964, with
the exception of some com-
ponents replaced over the
years. In 1987, for example,
the boiler was replaced.
That piece of equipment
may be nearing the end of
its useful life, however; it
has been repaired several
times in recent months, offi-
cials said.
In the winter of 2008-09,
officials wrote, the main
portion of the hospital was
without heat for about 10
days over a two-week peri-
od.
In 1990, the chiller was


replaced, but the air handler
and duct work are the origi-
nal ones installed.
The duct work has holes
in it now.
The hospital wants to'
eliminate the boiler and
chiller systems with con-
ventional .units, and add
new duct work and digital
control panels for each unit,
Doing so, hospital offi-'
cials say, will create more
efficiency and eliminate the
possibility of hospital-wide
heat and air conditioning
outages.
Jackson County Fire
Rescue is also. seeking


health care funding, but n
from a different source. It
also got the go-ahead from
the commission to submit
an application.
JCFR Chief Tony Wesley
wants money from the state
Department of Health to
buy six new IV pumps for
the department's ambu-
lances.
The county would have to
provide a $3,600 match to
round out the $36,000
expense, if the Rural EMS
matching grant is awarded.
Fire Rescue has a budget
line item that could take
care of the expense.


Twins head to capitals for youth programs


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Twin brothers Darius and
Darien Pollocle are well-
known for their athletic
prowess on the basketball
court, as varsity players for
Cottondale High School.
However, many may not,
be aware of their equally
impressive academic
records.
Both have maintained
"A" averages throughout
their school years, starting
in first grade..
As top scholars, both
were recently selected to
participate in" high-level
government youth pro-
grams.


Twins Darien Pollock, left,
and Darius Pollock have
each' earned a spot in
youth government leader-
ship prog rams this year.
- Conrited Photo
Darius flew to.
Washington, D.C. on Feb.l,
where he joined other high-
achieving students from
across the, nation at. the'


Safety


Administration, emergency lights
don't work.
In supported employment/vending,
ceiling tile is missing in the AC/elec-
tric room.
In Unit 1 Social Worker, emer-
gency lights aren't working.
In the maintenance shop/office, the
emergency light near the alarm panel
is not working.
In the paint shop, the rear exit
could not be unlocked and opened.
In the Hospitality House, the emer-
gency light was not working, and
windows in the bedroom (which is
considered a secondary means of
exit) were obstructed; in the recycle
substation, emergency light was not
working ;, ,
Four violations were found in
Emerald Cottage, which is not cur-
rently occupied but used as storage.
Those defects included inoperable
smoke detectors, a fire alarm system
with numerous trouble conditions, a
sprinkler with a non-functioning air
compressor, and open electrical
boxes throughout.
Monthly required checks of doors
and door hardware were not being
completed and documented at the


National Youth Leadership
Forum on National
Security.
He spent a week explor-
ing American diplomacy,
intelligence and defense.
Darien will spend a week
in March at the state capital
in Tallahassee, where he
will receive a stipend to
serve as a page for Sen. Al
Lawson.
Family members say the
twins are excited about 'the
opportunity to meet and
interact with some of the
country's top leaders.
Both aspire. to be top in
their career fields. Darien is
considering law, and Darius
is contemplating engineer-


Pathways facility; in the
storage/inmate building, there was
inadequate access "to' the electrical
panel; in Parkview House, the sprin-
kler system does not provide satisfac-
tory coverage to the, efitire building
because of the way sprinkler .heads
are positioned and aligned in the ceil-
ing, a sprinkler riser is leaking, and
sprinkler plates are missing or paint-
ed over. -
In the Adams House, there's no fire
sprinkler tag on the riser and the
sprinkler system'does not provide sat-
isfactory coverage because of sprin-
kler head positioning and alignment.
In the horticulture office trailer, the
means of exit appears unsafe the
floor is about to fall through. In the
Ranch Mobile, unapproved cooking
produces grease-laden vapors, and
. the emergency light is not working.
In Pathway Vocational Mobile A, the
emergency light is broken.
In the Environmental Park Office,
the fire extinguisher is overdue for
inspection. In the Gesslein Habile
Center, emergency lights aren't oper-
ational in various locations, there's
unapproved cooking in the area, sep-
aration is needed for storage through-


ing or accounting.
For now, both are mem-
bers of the Future Business
Leaders of America, Beta
Club and Chipola College
Talent Search.
Both also serve as youth
leaders at Evergreen
Missionary Baptist Church
in Marianna and are very
active in the Baptist
Association Youth Ministry.
They are the sons of
Anthony and Nadine Long.
Their grandparents are
Nathaniel and Rosa Pollock
of Marianna, Robert and
Ethel Mae Ferguson,
Dorothy Newton -and the
late Roosevelt Newton of
Malone.


Continued From Page 1A


out the building, and ceiling tiles are
missing in various locations.
In the ball field restroom, emer-
gency lighting is needed. In Unit 1
Vocational, an electric panel ,is
'blocked. In Pathway Mobile B, the
emergency light doesn't work.
In Pathway Vocational Storage,
improper storage of gas and open
containers were noted, creating a
flammable/explosive atmosphere. At
the ball field concession stand, cir-
cuits are not labeled correctly, and
bare wires hang down from the ceil-
ing.
In the Pathway Mobile Building
A/Unit 2, the floor feels.very unsafe,
as if it is about to fall through. In the
Sunland Print Shop, ceiling tile is
missing, and the electric panel is
blocked. In the Pathways Modular
Building, required monthly checks of
doors, hardware and locks are not
being completed and documented,
and. the sprinkler system is overdue
for its annual test/inspection.
At a metal storage building, outside
breakers are exposed to the weather.
And at Unit 3 Annex, pre-occupancy
inspection is required before the
building may be used in any way.


Chief Continued From Page 1A

the agency said, because Hospitality House, space
people other than Sunland that was meant to provide
residents use it. temporary housing for fam-
The agency had also ily members and friends
asked Clemmons to correct visiting Sunland residents.
a problem more than a year When the issue was
ago and noted that he had revisited in 2009, APD dis-
not rectified the situation. covered that two people
In that case, when the prob- lived in the Hospitality
lem was discovered in House apartments, leaving
2007, one employee was just one for friends and
living in the Sunland family of clients.


D rug Continued From Page 1A

The second drug arrest arrested after a vehicle
occurred on Sunday during search was conducted.
a traffic stop on Green Young was allegedly found
, Street. Officers did not say to be in possession of crack
in the press release why cocaine and drug parapher-
they pulled over the Toyota nalia.
passenger: car driven by He was charged with
Emerson Young, 29, of St. possession of a controlled
Petersburg. substance (crack cocaine),
A police canine was and possession of drug
deployed and Young was paraphernalia.


M overs Continued From Page 1A


"Everything went great,
everybody had a great
time:"
Charlie said the business
as a whole is also solidly
together despite the loss of
his father, a near-legend in
the field. He said his dad
taught him all he needed to
make it.
"Ever since I've been old
enough to walk, he had me
in the truck with him,"
Johnson said. "We're work-
ing in five states right now
and we're doing a big proj-
ect from Hurricane Katrina.
We're raising a two-story
apartment complex out of
the muck, and I'll have
about 20 of my people and
30" subcontractors on that.
I've got about 30 people on
full time in the company,
and add people as we need
them."


All his hard work put-
ting the Friday demonstra-
tion together resulted in
one more positive for the
business.
. For the first time, Ducky
Johnson House movers has
a director on the '
International Association
of Structural Movers, and
Charlie thinks the success
of the event was partly
responsible for his earning
that honor at the conven-
tion's business dinner on
Saturday in Destin.
Charlie said his father
never went in much for fill-
ing seats on boards, but he
sees the benefit of such a
distinction.
"It kind of sets you
apart," he said. "Everything
is about image these days,
and it's something I'm hon-
ored to have."


_ OBITUARIES


Lanier-Andler
Funeral Home
8261 Highway 90
Sneads, FL 32460
593-9900

Dorothy M.
Amerson

Mrs. Dorothy M.
Amerson, 71, a native of
Holmes County and life-
long resident of this area,
went to be with the Lord
after a sudden illness.
She was a member of the
Lighthouse Community
Church in Marianna. She
was a retired licensed prac-
tical nurse, and she loved
going to church.
Visitation with the family
was at Lanier-Andler. Fu-
neral 'Home in Sneads,
Monday, Feb. 15, 2010,
from 4 to 6 p.m. CST.
The funeral service will
be Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 11
a.m. CST at Lanier-Andler
Funeral Home Chapel. Of-
ficiating will be the Revs.'
Charles W. Coley and Hen-
ry M. McClain. A graveside
committal service will fol-
low at Bonifay City Ceme-
tery, Holmes County.
Mrs. Dorothy M.
Amerson is survived by her
husband of more than 53
years, James Edward,
Amerson Sr.; two daugh-
ters, Anna Sherrill Lytle of
Plant City, and Benita Sue
Wages of Marianna; two
sons, James Edward
Amerson Jr. of Gibsonton,
and Daryl Coy Amerson, al-
so of Gibsonton; three sis-
ters, Evelyn Johnson of
Keyser W.Va., Mary Sue
Rich of Bonifay, and Joyce
I. Henderson of Caryville;
two brothers, Jimmy Dan
Josey of Bonifay, and James

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William Josey of Marianna;
eight grandchildren;' 13
great-grandchildren; and
several nieces and neph-
ews.
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home is in charge of ar-
rangenments.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332


Patricia L.
'Pat' Godwin

Patricia L. "Pat" Godwin,
58, of Grand Ridge passed
away Sunday, Feb. 14,
2010, at Jackson Hospital.
Born in Newark, N.J., Pat
had resided most of her life
in Jackson County and was
a former employee of the
Russell Corp.
She was preceded in
death by a stepson, George
Grant Godwin; a sister,
Shirley Varney; and a
brother, Bill Lehman.
Survivorsinclutdeherhus-
band, George W. Godwin of
Grand Ridge; two daugh-
ters, Paula Chapman and
husband Leonardo, of
Greensboro; and Christy
Griffin and husband Jason
Stewart, of Crawfordville;
one stepson, Grady God-
win and wife Kim; one
stepdaughter, Ginger
Rushing and fiance Dan
Smith, all of Green Cove


Springs; one sister, Carol
Yon of Greenwood; three
brothers, James Lehman of
Arizona, Daniel Lehman of
Central Florida, and Albert
Lehman of Recovery, Ga.;
11 grandchildren; and two
great-grandchildren.
Memorialization will be
by cremation with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.,
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
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Lewis Carlton
Greene

Lewis Carlton Greene,
80, of Cottondale died Sun-
day, Feb. 14, 2010, in
Wewahitchka.
A native and lifelong resi-
dent of Jackson County,
Mr. Greene had resided in
Wewahitchka for the past
few months. He was a self-
employed electrician and a
member of the Cottondale
First. United Methodist
Church.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, James
Paul and Annie Ruth Tho--
mas Greene; and a brother,
Jim Frank Greene.
, Survivors include his
daughter, Tammy Lew
Greene Grice; two grand-
children, Brooke Grice, and
Joni Brake and husband
Ronnie; and one great-
T


grandchild, Bentley River
Brake, all of Wewahitchka.
The funeral service will
be 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb.
17, at Cottondale First
United Methodist, with the
Revs. Betty B. Middleton
and Wallace M. Hawes offi-
ciating. Interment will fol-
low in the church cemetery
with James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting.
The family will receive
friends one hour prior to
services at the Cottondale
First United Methodist
Church.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446'
482-2332

Ethel Marie
Leasure

Ethel Marie Leasure, 74,
of Palisade, Minn., died
Saturday, Feb. 13, 2010, at
her home.
Ethel was born Aug. 22,
1935, in Hancock, Md., the
daughter of Marshall and
Mary (Boar) Diehi.
She grew up and attend-
ed schools in Everett, Pa.,
graduating from Everett
High School in 1953. She
married Lester Leasure on
July 7, 1961, in Cumber-
land, Md. They lived in Bal-
timore until 1969, when
they moved to Florida.
They lived in Florida until
1975, then moved to the
Palisade area and have re-
sided there since. She
loved quilting and had
made thousands of quilts
over the years.
She is survived by her
husband, Lester Leasure of
Palisade; children and
spouses, Mary and Luther
Pumphrey of Marianna,
Ron Leasure and Kimberly
Anne Woodley of Manhat-
tan, MI., Lester Leroy
Leasure Jr. of Aitkin, and
Gail Leasure and fiance


Klaus Hecht, of East Bethel,
Minn.; grandchildren and
spouses, Christopher (Ka-
ren) Pumphrey of Marian-
na, Christina Watts of Ma-
rianna, Jarrett (Kayce)
Packer ofAnacoca, La., Jes-
sica (Jason) Horton of
Anacoca, La., and Ron
Leasure Jr. of Oceanside,
Calif.; great-grandchildren,
Miranda Pumphrey,
Torryence Packer and
Tayler Packer; sisters,
JoAnn (Lee) Gordon- of
Flourisant, Colo.; Daisy
(Milt) Viughn and Cindy
Kegg of Altoona, Kan.; and
nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in
death by her parents; two
sonrs, Robert Marshall
Leasure and Steven Mar-
shall Leasure; six brothers;
and two sisters.
The funeral service .will
be Wednesday, Feb. 17, 11
a.m. from the Sorensen-
Root-Thompson Funeral
Home in Aitkin, with Pas-
tor Luther Pumphrey offi-
ciating. Burial will be in
Riverside Cemetery in Ma-
rianna, with James & Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel directing.
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059




Anna Adelaide'
Krupicki
Wood

Anna Adelaide Krupicki
Wood, 88, of Marianna
passed away on Sunday,
Feb. 14, 2010, in Marianna
Health and Rehab Center,
after a brief illness.
She came here in 2004
from North Little Rock,
Ark. She was a member of
the Trinity Baptist Church
and was a secretary for 30
years at Coleman Dairy of


Little Rock, Ark.
Mrs. Wood, a veteran of
World War II, served as a
lieutenant junior grade
with the Navy WAVES. She
was active in her church
and with her friends of all
ages until her illness. She
loved her family and
friends and will be greatly
missed.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Stan-
ley and Virginia Wyant
Krupicki; husband, Charles
Frederick Wood; brother,
Stanley Krupicki; sister,
Virginia Krupicki Hilliard;
brother-in-law, Earl
Hilliard; nephew, Mathew
Earl Hilliard; and special
.friend, Annis Hilliard Buck.
Survivors include daugh-
ter Patricia Besczezynski
and husband Derward;
grandchildren Anna and
David Rich of Pinehurst,
N.C., Jed Green and wife
Mary of Sneads, and Robin
Besczezynski; nephews and
nieces Stanley and Karen
Hilliard of Greenbrier, Ark.,
Roger and Debbie Krupicki
of Bryant, Ark., Stanley
Krupicki of North Little
Rock and Laura and Phillip
Bryant of Oklahoma; sister-
in-law, Lillian Krupicki of
Tyler, Texas; four great-
grandsons, Charles Samual
Green, William Rich, Henry
Rich and C.J. Godwin; a s
great-granddaughter, Meg-
an Godwin; a host of
grandnieces and
grandnephews; and special
friends of the Dorcus Sun-
day School Class at the
Trinity Baptist Church of
Marianna.
A gathering of remem-
brance will be held Tues- .
day, Feb. 16, at 6 p.m. in
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home.
Graveside services will be
Friday, Feb. 19, in the Na-
tional Cemetery, North Lit-
tle Rock, Ark.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.


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1OA Tuesday, February 16, 2010 Jackson County Floridan


You found that valuable,
rare item where?
Sometimes people find the most valuable things
in the most bizarre places. For example, Jean Kuntz
of Cheyenne, WY, found a perfectly preserved
handwritten letter signed by Buffalo Bill (Cody).
Where? In a trash bin. One man's trash is another.
man's treasure. On the advice of her mother, Jean
kept the letter waiting for the right time to sell it.
Two weeks ago, the Buy Show came to her town,
and Jean received $400 cash for the letter.
Lois Cameron, when she heard the Great Trea-
sure Hunt Antique and Collectible Buy Show
was coming to town, went to her basement and
dug through boxes left by her deceased husband.
Most of theboxes hadn't been touched suice his
passing. Among other things, she found a well-
maintained toy truck that was 100 years old. It's
present value? An eye-popping $800!
Want to earn some-fast cash this week? It pays
to look in places you've avoided,, overlooked or
forgotten about.
Most people assume that "big estates" are where
the money is. "That's not always true", says.Buy

Small Estates often pro-
duce "big" money
Show manager Mike Westcott. "Many times the
smaller estates produce a lot of money for peo-
ple." .
Jason Thompson of Green Bay, WI, is a case in
point. Several weeks ago Jason brought in some
old letters his father received by writing to world
.famous celebrities in the 1940's. His little treasure
of handwritten letters from Frank Sinatra, Mel
Ott, Bobby Jones and World Heavyweight Boxing
Champion, Jack Johnson netted him $4,000 cash
on the spot.

Here's what's selling
and in demand now

Typical Items Amount recently paid
Gold coins- $9,200
Silver coins. $3,400
Gold and Silver Jewelry $1,328
Musical instruments $6,000
Golden age/silver age comic books $2,000
Pie 70's sports memorabilia $7,000
Equipment from sports stars $10,000
Old toys-Pre 1965 $800
Military and Political memorabilia $3,500
Desceased celebrity autographs $1,200


What to bring
* Gold- PAYING MORE THANEVER!!
* Sterling & Silver *Jewelry Gold, Silver, Plati-
num, Diamonds, Rubies, Sapphires, all types of
Stones, Metals within Pendants, Necklaces, Brace-
lets, Earrings, Rings, including broken jewelry
* We Buy Guitars Coins All pre-1965. Silver and
Gold Coins, Standing Liberty, Peace Dollars 50
pc., Comm. Silver, Barber Dimes, Walking Liberty,
Mercury Dimes Currency Paper Money Pre -
1934,Both US. and Foreign 'Watches *Pocket
Watches *Sports Memorabilia, Game Used Equip-
ment, Single Signed and Team Balls,Autographs,
Tickets and Programs, Vintage Sports Cards,
Vintage Baseball Cards ,Tobacco Cards *Comic
Books 'Autographs 'Vintage Toy; Mechanical
Banks Pre 1930s Movie Posters

What notto bring
Some of the items not suited for the Buy
Show include: Costume jewelry' Unsigned
dishes' Unsigned glass wear'Modemrn
prints' Common vinyl albums Modemrn
memorabilia* Comic books with bar codes


Show me
the money
Thousands of "cash"
dollars will be paid
out for rare and old .
items this week as
hundreds are expect- -
ed to attend show

"World Famous" Traveling

Buy Show Starts Today
Hundreds will "cash in" at the Buy Show event this week. Do you have antiques,
gold, silver, coins-or old collectibles worth money?-Buy Show staffsays "Yes, you do!"


You'd be smiling too! This man on the left brought his old collection of world time
memorabilia to the show for appraisal and took home $3,400 in cash.

"Buy Show" often gives more money
than people expect
than people expect and 2), the Buy Show pays more (in cash) to attract people so they
"I'm surprised I got this much money", said John in turn have more to offer their own network of
Easter, after he received $1,600 for his silver jew- highly reputable collectors.
elry. Mary Bowen was "shocked" when she got
$2,200 cash for her diamond ring. "I came here As Treasure Hunter, Nick Gervasi explains, "We
hoping to get $1,500",she said smiling. hear stories daily how people sold items to stores or
t "collectors" only to learn later they were badly un-
So why does the Buy Show pay more than most derpaid. We pay fair market prices so people have a
collectors do?" Two reasons: 1) the Buy Show good experience and tell their friends so."
works on low overhead, spending less on travel,


INK


The Great Treasure Hunt' Location: Fairfield Inn and Suites
Antique and 4966 Whitetail Dr
Collectible Buy Show Marianna, FL
this Week in'
Main n. lo. for directions call: 850-482-0012
S Marianna, Florida


February 15, 1617,18&19


INSTANT

CASH PAID!


Show limes:
Mon-Fri 9am-6pm

Want to speak to a
SBuy Show Representative?.
Call: 877-553-9352


W, hen you enter the e\ ent room, please sign in at the greeter's table and
take a seat until you are called by a Buy Sho\, team member.
When you meet with a team member, place your items on the table. If you
have coins, separate them into denominations this speeds the process.
3 The Treasure Hunters "% ill divide your items into 2 categories: 1)
items the\ % could like to purchase, and 2) items they are not interested in
purchasing at this time. Don't be offended if some items aren't chosen.
Even valuable items may not be right for their network of collectors.
4t, For items they are interested in, they will make you an offer based on
current market value. If you have a price in mind for your items, please
tell them; this sometimes makes it easier to make a deal rather than
lose one.
5, If you choose to accept their offer, they will give you a prompt cash
payment. You will need to pro% ide them with a valid drivers license or
other former of ID.


Highest prices paid for these items


By Allen Fowler
The Great Treasure Hunt
STAFF WRITER
So how much money will you make'at The Great
Treasure HuntAntique and Collectible Buy Show
this week? "It depends on three things", says Nick
Gervasi, of the Buy Show staff; "The amount of
quality items you bring, the condition they're in,
and the current marketplace value of an item."
The Buy Show team typically spends between
$40,000 and $60,000 at an all week event like this.
More if needed. And they're here on a mission to
pay you the most money for items they want.
Within the last few weeks, the Buy Show staff
paid $2,000 cash for a Spiderman #1 comic book.
They paid $1,200 for an autograph of Marilyn
Monroe. And they paid out $5,900 for a small-es-
tate that contained, among other things, valuable
baseball cards, famous autographs and other col-
lectibles that were gathering dust.


Most people have a
treasure trove of valu-

able items...the just

don't know it
--Rick Kohl
"In this economy, I can do a lot with the money",
said one Buy Show attendee who left with cash
in hand.
If you have something old but don't know
its value, bring it in. Don't assume it's junk. A
woman named Lisa ini Florida almost threw out a
stack of old comic books before bringing them to
the show. Good thing she did. One edition was a
1940 issue of Superman...she took home $450.


Trash or

Treasure?
You never know what an item is
worth until it's market value is
appraised.
Buy Show manager Mike West-
cott says, "Why are we on the.
phone or computers? We're in
touch with our worldwide net-
work of specific collectors to get
accurate appraisals."



Old watches have value. But
value depends on age, model
and condition.
Coins that '
pre-date
1965 often
valuable.
Some of the
biggest money is paid for rare
coins.
Old
musical
instruments
are treasures
Rare field
drums, vintage
guitars, horns are valua
ble-some very valuable!


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