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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 18, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
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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)
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Board approves land purchase


By ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County School Board met
Tuesday approved a land purchase, con-
tractual matters between the board and the
Department of Juvenile Justice, a district
facilities list and a P.E. facility.
Board members approved the purchase
of land adjacent to Cottondale Elementary,
listed for $74,000. Stuart Wiggins, director
of facilities and construction, requested
that the board consider approving the offer
of $50,000, which he-says may be accept-
ed in lieu of the listed price.
Wiggins requested the board approve
this purchase, pending a favorable phase
one environmental study on the property.
Superintendent Lee Miller explained at
last Thursday's workshop that if the land'
were to be purchased, it would address
current student safety issues.
Miller said the property would be uti-
lized as a transportation pick-up point, and
* alleviate students from getting on the bus
on U.S. Highway 90.
"There is a lot of traffic there, and that
pick up is not very safe," Miller said.
Other items on the agenda approved
Tuesday were contractual agreements
between Jackson County School Board
and the Department of Juvenile Justice
facilities.
The board approved a mutual aid agree-
ment between itself and Arthur G. Dozier
School, along with the Jackson Juvenile
Offender Correctional Center.


Pete Smith works on installing a sound system in the new multipurpose physical edu-
cation building at Marianna High School. The school board is preparing a facilities
list for the state, in the hopes of getting funding for other facilities like t s one. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan


It is a disaster mutual aid agreement for
one year, coinmencing on Feb. 20.
With the agreement, the board will pro-
vide three 83-passenger buses to be used


to transport Dozier youth to an alternative
location in the event of an emergency.
The school board does, however, reserve
the right to serve its school population.


first, should the need occur.
The board also approved a contractual
agreement with Twin Qaks Juvenile
Development Inc.
The annual agreement requires the
board to recognize it must fulfill its consti-
tutional obligation to 'educate children of
compulsory school age.
The agreement states that the board has
already determined that some children
need alternative settings and instructional
strategies to- achieve their educational
goals. I
It states that the Twin Oaks agency oper-.
ates the education program, but that the
children are still under the jurisdiction of
the school board.
Another item approved Tuesday is the
district facilities list.
According to Wiggins, this list is basi-
cally a breakdown of all Jackson County
schools by category, and is considered a
"best guess" at what each would need to'
be a model school.
While there are statewide standards,
Wiggins stated that state officials do
,accept tailored needs by county.
"Obviously, each county is unique, so
some things we may need others may not,
and vice versa," Wiggins said.
With the board's approval of this list, the
state can now conduct a Florida Inventory
of School Houses, or F.I.S.H. report,
which dictates state funding toward facili-
ty dollars.
See PURCHASE, Page 5A >


Judge drops District sees drop in free lunches
murder ... ___________


charge in

2004 killing
STAFF REPORT

According to a news release
from the Public Defender's
Office, Circuit Judge William
Wright dropped a second-degree
murder charge against Matthew
Thomas, 37, Wednesday.
The court determined Thomas
has been mentally incompetent to
stand trial since he was charged
in 2004 with killing his stepfather
near Cypress.
Deputy Public Defender Walter
Smith said Thomas was found to
be mentally unfit for trial on Feb.
18, 2005. The law provides that
charges held for five years against
a defendant can be dismissed, if
the person is determined to be
incompetent and there is a high
likelihood he will remain incom-
petent.
Smith said Thomas was diag-
nosed with severe mental prob-
lems by three psychologists with-
in weeks of his arrest.
I Smith did not ask that Thomas
be released from the state mental.
hospital in Chattahoochee. But
because Thomas is no longer
under a criminal charge, he can
be moved out of the forensic area
of the hospital and treated in
other sections, where he'll have
more freedom of movemQnt with-'
in the facility.
According to the news release,
Wright dropped the charge with-
out prejudice, meaning the charge
could be filed again if Thomas is
found to be mentally competent
to stand trial. Smith said he antic-
ipates Thomas will remain at the
See MURDER, Page 5A >


Bonifay woman

dies in crash
STAFF REPORT
A Bonifay woman died
Wednesday in a Holmes County
traffic crash.
According to Florida Highway
Patrol, driver Angela D. Green,
48, was westbound on Interstate
10 when she drifted -onto the
shoulder of the road. The vehicle
continued traveling west and col-
lided with several trees.
Green was pronounced dead at
the scene by Holmes County
EMS workers.


BY ASHLEY MCKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


The number of students receiving free and
reduced lunch in Jackson County has
decreased in comparison to previous. years.
But according to school officials, it is more
than likely that the number of those eligible
has increased.
At the Jackson County School Board work-
shop last Thursday, Jack Noonan official of
the Jackson County School Food Service said
he has noticed a decrease in the number of
free and reduced lunch forms being submit-
ted.
"I don't know if people are embarrassed or
just not realizing that these forms need to be
completely filled out.and returned," Noonan
said. "In this economy, I'm sure parents
would like to save money wherever possible,
,and this will help save money."
Noonan addressed the board and explained
that from January 2008 to January 2009, the
number of students receiving free and
reduced lunches increased about 5 percent.
The same was found of a comparison
between May 2008 and May 2009.
However, when comparing December 2008
to December 2009, the increase was only 2
percent.
"As you can see; we did increase the
amount of students in each comparison, but
the trend heads downward from 5 to 2 per-
cent," Noonan said. "Based on where the
economy is, it would make sense that the
trend was going upward, not downward. So
our question is why."
Board members agreed that this is a tool
parents should be utilizing if they are eligible.
It helps the individual, as well as bringing
revenue to the schools, board Chairman
Kenny Griffin said.


Cristina Lipford carries out a pair of pizzas in. the Marianna Middle School lunch room
Tuesday. The school district has seen a drop in the number of parents applying for free
and reduced-price lunches. Mark Skinner / Floridan
State and federal money is used to cover edge of its importance available to parents.
the cost of both free and reduced lunches. "We are leaving a stack of forms at every
Griffin asked Noonan what efforts are
being made to make this form and the knowl-. See LUNCHES, Page 5a


Bar at center

of Sneads

controversy

moves

BY SARA BLUMENTHAL
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Landing Bar and Grille in
Sneads had its last call Saturday.
The owners have relocated the
bar across the river, in response to
months of controversy and issues
with the town and some residents.
"The town has tried since the
summer to run us out of town.
Now they got what they wanted,"
owner Jason Milsapp said. "It is
tough being born and raised here,
and then being treated this way."
For months, the Landing Bar
and Grille, and the noise it creat-

See SNEADS, Page 5A >


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Clinical Care 22. This aE Ps
category represents the Cco -w
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Social and Economic Factors 0
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Jackson-County was ranked
the 46th out of 67 counties in .
Florida, according to a ne%\ report released
Wednesday by the Universita of Wisconsin
Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation.
The County Health Rankings are the first to
rank the overall health of the counties in all 510
states more than 3,000 total b\ using a stan-
dard formula to measure ho%\ health people are,
and how long they live.
Counties receive a rank for each population
health component; those ha\ ing high ranks ie.g..
1 or 2) are estimated to be the "healthiest."'
The following is the break down for Jackson
County per category reflected in the total ranking
of 46th healthiest county. All rankings are out of
67.
Health Outcomes 46. This category repre-
sents how healthy a county's population is.
Health Factors 37. This category represents
what influences the health of a


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Sunday
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Monday.
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Moonrise: 8:21 AM
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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Miss your paper?
Your should receive your news-
paper no later than 6 a.m., but if for
some reason it does not arrive call
the Floridan's customer service rep-
resentatives between 8 a.m. and 5
p.m. Monday-Friday and 7-11 a.m.
on Sunday. The Jackson County
Floridan (USPS 271-840) is pub-
lished Tuesday through Friday and
Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
Subscription
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publisher shall not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
ments in which the error occurred,
whether such error is due to the
negligence .of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond
the amount paid for such advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not
knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
on legally protected personal char-
acteristics is not acceptable.
How to get your
news published
The Jackson County Floridan will
publish news of general interest free
of charge. Submit your news or
Community Calendar events via e-
mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding,
engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. Forms are avail-
able at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good qual-
ity and suitable for print. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit all
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 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, Mariartna, 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 Hospice 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-for-Life
will meet at the West Florida Electric Office
in Sneads at 6 p.m.
Alcoholics Anonymous,closed discus-
sion 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 representative 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


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Feb.
16 the latest available
report: Two accidents
without injury, one reck-
less driver,
two suspi- __ -
cious inci- 1z
dents, one '-u" M _
burglary of a' LM E
vehicle, *
three physical distur-
bances, one verbal distur-
bance, two burglar alarms,
one shooting in the area,
10 traffic stops, one crim-
inal mischief report, one
civil dispute, one found
abandoned property, two


animal complaints, two
assists of another agency,
one threat and one worth-
less check report..

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Feb. 16 the latest avail-
able report: One accident
without injury, one miss-
ing adult, two abandoned
vehicles, one reckless
driver, two suspicious
vehicles, one suspicious
incident, two highway
obstructions, one burgla-
ry, two verbal distur-
bances, one hitchhiker


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'.

February 20 Saturday
The Jackson County Public Library
hosts, Glenda. Lightsey Norvell, M.S. in
Reading, who will present a free, one-day
English Language Learner workshop, 8:30
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the library conference
room, 2929 Green St., Marianna. Open to
anyone interested in becoming a volunteer
tutor of adults whose first language is not
English. No foreign language skills/prior
teaching experience required. After train-
ing, you will be prepared to volunteer at the
Calhoun County Public Library 'Learning
Center, the Jackson County Public Library
Learning Center or other local programs.
Lunch provided by Friends of the Library.
Pre-registration required. Call 482-9124 or
e-mail literacycoordlc@jcplfl.org.
Haircuts for Hope, a fundraiser for
Brandi Purvis, who has been diagnosed
with cancer, is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Allure
inside ShoreTan It. They will also be doing
"mini-mani's." No appointments neces-
sary. Children's cuts: $10. Adult cuts: $15.
Call 482-5833 for information. All proceeds
benefit the Brandi Purvis Cancer Fund. To
make a cash donation, call Donna Chandler
at 718-2276.
Friends of Florida Caverns Park spon-
sor two birding field trips this month: Feb.
20 and 27. Walks begin in the Blue Hole
parking lot, 9:30 a.m. Anna Layton will lead
through fairly level, unobstructed terrain.
.Long pants, good shoes recommended.
Call 526-2484.
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


complaint, three burglar,
alarms, 13 traffic stops,
one criminal mischief
report, seven papers
served, two noise distur-
bances, two assists of
another agency, one pub-
lic service call, eight
transports, one threat and
one VIN verification.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked .into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
Edward Dahl, 45,
5864 Tiffany Place, West
Palm Beach, violation of


state probation (grand
theft).
Richard Outlaw, 32,
1367 Revell Road, Grand
Ridge, driving while
license suspended or
revoked, possession of
drug paraphernalia.
. Audrea McNeil, 29,
4144 Herring Ave.,
Marianna, violation of
conditional release (fail-
ure to return rental prop-
erty).
Cassandra Elder, 19,
3100 Union Hill Road,
Marianna, battery
(domestic violence).
Angie Bolds, 32,
4274 Thunder Road,
Sneads, possession of


Youth Center, 2901 Caledonia St. in
,Marianna. You must attend an orientation
meeting in order to receive an application.
The Alford Community Health Clinic
(ACHC) is open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ACHC is
a free clinic for patients without medical
insurance and who meet federal' income
guidelines. Appointments available; walk-
ins welcome. ACHC is two blocks east of
Highway 231 in Alford, at 1770 Carolina St.
Call 263-7106, 326-5783.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Saturdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room.

February 21 Sunday
Antioch A.M.E. Church celebrates Black
History Month at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Joe
Tripp of Pleasant Grove A.M.E. Church; and
at 2:30 p.m. with the Rev. George Williams
of Bethel Star M.B.C.
Gospel Sunday celebrates Black History
Month, 11 a.m. at the New Hope
Missionary Baptist Church, 3996
Wintergreen Road, Two Egg. Call 592-
S8802.

. February 22 Monday
The Jackson County Public School
District Transportation Department con-
ducts a class for prospective ,bus drivers
Feb. 22-26, 4:30-8:30 p.m. Call 482-9613.
Jackson County Development Council -
Inc. Board of Directors convenes for its
monthly meeting at 5 p.m. in the upstairs
conference room.of the Nearing Court
Office Building at 2840 Jefferson St.,
Marianna. Call 526-4005.
Members of Jackson County's state
legislative delegation hold a Legislative
Delegation Meeting, 5:15 p.m. .at the
Jackson County Courthouse, inside
Chambers at 2864 Madison St., Marianna.
Public comments will be heard on propos-
als for the 2010 Regular Session of the
Florida Legislature. To request a spot on
.the agenda, individuals should contact
Bryan Cherry 850-488-2873 before 5 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 19. The Jackson County leg-
islative delegation consists of
Representative Marti Coley, Representative
Brad Drake and Senator Al Lawson.
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
convenes for its regular Finance Committee
meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the Community
Room of the Hudnall Building.
Alcoholics Anonymous open. meeting -
Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.


drug paraphernalia.
Donald Haddock, 29,
2789 Wandell St.,
Marianna, driving while
license suspended or
revoked.
Dewayne Lawrence,
28, 2922 Milton Ave.,
Marianna, aggravated
assault.
Danielle Livingston,
18, 2052 Vista Road,
Marianna, battery.

JAIL POPULATION; 210

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


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Apalachicola Low 11:39 AM High 6:27 AM
Port St. Joe Low 9:13 PM High 12:25 PM
Destin Low 10:24 PM High 12:58 PM
Pensacola Low 10:58 PM. High 1:31 PM
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Blountstownr .18.96 ft.: 15.0 ft.
Marianna 13.18 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 11.77 ft. 12.0 ft.


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Blue Springs Soc.iety



helps Haitian orphans

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN -
Blue Springs Society of the
National Society Children ofLo -
the American Revolution and
the Chipola Junior American
Citizens Club heard a report
about Haiti from C.A.R./SAR
member Brent Melvin at their
January meeting.
Brent talked about the living
conditions in Haiti before the 6
earthquake, and : gave an
update on the current situation.'
The "Kids Helping Kids"
committee jar was passed for
donations for two Haitian ,. ,
orphanages. Funds raised will P b ',c r
be sent to Haiti through the
The program for the meet- Looking at a display of lighthouse books .are from left, Dillon Melvin,' Marshall
ing was "Saving the Morris Parrish, Carly Miller, and Denielle Melvin. Contributed photo
Island Lighthouse."
N:S.C.A.R. is raising funds to
help restore this light, stu ents H
the "Old Charleston Light" CC students coordinate Haitirelief
that has welcomed ships enter-
ing the Charleston, S.C. harbor .
for more than three centuries.
It is one of only. two pre-
Revolutionary War lighthous-,
es to survive the American-
Revolution.
There Was a quiz, followed
by discussion ,of the impor-
tance of lighthouses.
\Members learned facts about
other lighthouses such as the
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse
(moved inland in 1999) and ,
the Cape St. George ',
Lighthouse (relocated to
Apalachicola and rebuilt in
2008.)
The next meeting of the Chipola College Honors Program students are coordinating a fund drive for the
group will be at 1:30 p.m. victims of the Haiti earthquake. From left are Allison Ellis, Pre-Med Society and
March 7, at the Caverns Road PTK Maggie Mathis, SGA President; Quintin Beechum, Student Ambassadors;
Church of Christ in Marianna. Alicia Killings, PTK; back row, Jessica Bradley, PTK; Sam Griffin, Science Club;
For information about Brent Melvin, Haiti Project Coordinator, Science Club pnd PTK; and Marshall
C.A.R., ornto attend a meeting, Hilton, FCA. For information about the project, call Bonnie Smith at 526-2761,
please 'contact Mary Robbins
at snoopyxii60@hotmail.com ext, 3247. Contributed photo
or 209-4066.


GRMS receives FBLA awards


From left to'right, first place winners are Trent Frascona,8th grade, Proofreading event, Emily
Edge, 6th grade, Keyboarding ,Briana McDonald, 6th grade, Intro to Computers, Jenna
Poole, 8th grade, Desktop Publishing, Ryne Danford, 8th grade, Desktop Publishing and A-J
Johnson, 7th grade, Leadership/Parliamentary Procedures.


2nd place winners are ,front row, (left to right) Kaylee Messer, 6th grade, Intro to Computers,
Carson Faircloth, 7th grade, Desktop Publishing, Mykaela Mercer, 6th grade, Desktop
Publishing, Colton Mclntosh, 7th grade, Sprea sheet and Alasia Edgington, 7th grade,
Keyboarding.Back row, Brittany Carr, 8th grade, Proofreading, Lizzie English,-6th grade,
Career Exploration, Dagen Davis, 7th grade, Public Speaking, Ashleigh Tharpe, 8th grade,
FBLA Principles and Morgan Gainer, 8th grade, Leadership/Parliamentary Procedures






Third place winners are from left to right, Logan Gilley, 6th grade, FBLA Principles and
Procedures, Mallory Myhill, 8th grade, Public Speaking, Lexi NeSmith, 8th grade,
Leadership/Parliamentary Procedures and Casey Grover, 6th grade, Career Exploration.
Back row, Cheyenne Jordan, 7th grade, Spreadsheets, Daphnee Humprhires, 8th grade,
Desktop Publishing, Taylor Reed, 8th grade, Proofreading, Andy Faria, 8th grade, Business
Math and Kera Joyner, 7th grade, Keyboarding


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Grand Ridge Middle
Schoolers walked away, with
a double-handful of awards
at the district-level Future
Business Leaders of
America competition last
Thursday.
Chuck Nolen, business
education instructor and
FBLA advisor at the school,
said about 35 of his 47 stu-
dents placed in the competi-
tion. They took away tro-
phies, ribbons or certificates
for their finishes in' 1-5th
place.
The students competed
against 11 other schools, and
many will go on to a state-
level meet this April in
Orlando.
In addition to those wins,
Grand Ridge team member
Dagen Davis, a seventh
grader, was elected FBLE
District 2 Middle Level vice
president.
Also, the GRMS FBLA
Quiz Bowl Team captured
third place, The team was
headed up by sixth grader
Logan Gilley.
Winners not pictured in
these photos are eighth grad-
er Kaitlyn Dennison, who
took first place in Business
Math; eighth-grader
Chelsey Brown, who took
third place in FBLA
Principles/Procedures; and
eighth-grader Logan Neel,
who took third place in
Desktop Publishing.


Fourth and fifth place winners are, front row, left to right, Zone Chason, 7th
grade, 5th place Intro to Computers, Dylan Johns, 7th grade, 5th place
Spreadsheets, Donnie-Johnson, 7th grade, Spreadsheets and Gavin Davis,
7th grade, 5th place Business Math. Back row Shelbi Byler,8th grade,
Business Math, Alaynah Weiss, 8th grade, 5th place FBLA
Principles/Procedures, Marissa Neel, 8th grade, FBLA Principles/Procedures,
Mallory McDaniel, 8th grade, Career Exploration, Caitlin Chason, 7th grade,
Leadership/Parliamentary Procedures, Rando Freeman, 7th grade,
Proofreading, Savannah Thompson, 7th grade, 5th place Leadership /
Parliamentary Procedures and Allison Brown, 6th grade, Intro to Computers.


Cub Scouts pose with the table Pack 170 presented
to the church.- From left are Hunter Hutton, Noah
McArthur, Joshua Salvaty and Sean Gaffaney. -
Contributed photo


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Assistant Cubmaster Steve Hutton expresses appre-
ciation to the congregation of the First Presbyterian
Church, as Dr. Huw Christopher looks on. -
Contributed photo


Scout Sunday
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
In celebration of Scout' Sunday, Pack 170 Cub
Scouts, leaders and parents attended church together
Feb. 7 at the First Presbyterian Church in Marianna,
where Pack 170 Scouts hold weekly den meetings in
the church fellowship hall.
Prior to the service, in appreciation for generosity
and ongoing support the church provides to the
Scouting program, Assistant Cub Master Steve
Hutton presented the pastor, Dr. Huw Christopher,
with a display table.
Dr. Christopher's message, "How's Your Catch?"
referred to reaching out to "catch" others for God, by
kind words or good deeds.
STo. learn more about Scouting, call Mary, Ann
Hutton at 209-2818.


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Qualifying for the City of Cottondale
Commissioner Seats will begin at
noon on February 22, 2010 and end
at noon on February 26, 2010. Any
person meeting the qualifications set
forth in the City Charter and desiring
to qualify as a candidate may pay the
qualifying fee and file their qualifying
papers with the City Hall located
at 2659 Front Street. For more
information, please call 352-4361.


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The Baptist College of Florida College Singers prepare
for "Guys and Glams," a .concert featuring popular
music from the '50s and '60s. Contributed photo

'Guys and Glams' at BCF
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
A night of fun complete with malt shop snacks is in store
at the Baptist College of Florida, when the BCF College
Singers and combination band present "Guys and Glams,"
a concert featuring popular music from guy groups and girl
groups from the '50s and '60s. A limited number of tickets
are now available in the
BCF Business office for
$10. Performances are
scheduled for 7 p.m.
Thursday, March 18, and
7 p.m. Friday, March 19,
in the BCF Assembly
Center.
A special performance
for public and. private
schools is set for 10 a.m.
Friday, March 19. Brush
off that leather jacket and
fluff that poodle skirt to
take a trip down memory ck
lane with the BCF Dr.and Mrs. R.C. Hammack
College Singers. For show their "Guys and
more information, call Glams" spirit.
800-328-2660, ext. 427. 'Contributed photo


Spires named partner

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN She is a member of the
Florida Bar, the Okaloosa-
Winter E. Spires, Esq., of the Walton Bar Association, the
Destin law firm Pleat & Perry American Bar Association, the
P.A., has recently been named a Phi Alpha Delta Law
partner with the firm. Fraternity and Emerald Coast
Spires grew up in Marianna Engineering Leaders.
and graduated from .Chipola Spires focuses her practice,
College. In 2002, she graduated on general civil litigation, real
with honors from the estate, banking and foreclo-
University of Florida with a sure, collections law, land-
bachelor's degree.d F ld lord/tenant, and family law.
She then. attended Florida She participated in Destin
State University College of Winter E. Spires, Esq. Forward, a program designed
Law, where she received her for future leaders, in 2007-
Juris Doctorate in 2005 and was subse- 2008. She also volunteers for the Ronald
quently admitted to the Florida Bar. McDonald House.


Bridge


club


results
The Marianna Duplicate
Bridge Club plays bridge on
Monday afternoons in the
St. Luke's Episcopal
Church Parish Hall. For the
week of Feb. 15, the win-
ners were as follows:
First place Katrina
LaBlanc of Blountstown,
and Betty Brendemuehl of
Marianna.
Second place Bobbie
Fenster and Linda Hodges,
both of Dothan, Ala.
Third place Dorothy
Baxter and Jane Sangaree,
both of Marianna.
Fourth place Kurt
Opferman of Dellwood, and
Douglas Parker of
Marianna.


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Members of ,the Marianna Elks Lodge No. 1516 went to Perry to meet with other members from North
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Golden Eagle Dinner a success


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

The cold weather and a promise of
snow did not keep the 2010 Golden
Eagle Dinner from being a success. The
Jackson County Agriculture Center was
filled with 122 guests to honor the din-
ner honoree, Daun Crews, and raise
money for the Alabama Florida Boy
Scout Council.
On arrival, guests were greeted by
Webelos Scout Hunter Hutton and
Webelos Scout Ryan Mathis of Cub
Scout Pack 170, Star Scout Dustin Gay,
Life Scout Logan Cable, Scout Sean
Everitt and Scout Will Sanchez of
Troop 33. Alabama Florida Boy Scouts
Council staff members, checked in
guests, providing names tags and table
setting arrangements.
Dinner Chairperson Steve Hutton
delivered the official opening welcome,
informing the crowd that the event was
to honor Daun Crews for his tireless
work in the community and the
Scouting organization, and to highlight
what the Scouting organization has
done over the last 100 years.
Hutton explained that the program
would be conducted as a special official
formal ceremony called a Court of
Honor. He introduced -Life Scout
Dustin'Everitt of Troop 33, who took
the podium and presided over the meet-
ing as Senior Patrol. Leader. Dustin
commanded the color guard .for the
presentation of colors provided by
Troop 33. After that, Webelos Scout
Hunter Hutton from Pack 170 gave the
invocation.
Guests viewed a short video about
Scouting, its 100 year history, and what
the Scouting organization provides to
the community. Senior Patrol Leader
Dustin Everitt also shared the story of
William D. Boyce, founder of the Boy


spoke of his high accomplishments in
Scouting, achieving the rank of Eagle
Scout and being a Silver Beaver recipi-
ent. She stated that 2010 Golden Eagle
Honoree, Daun Crews, was being hon-
ored for his deep commitment and
exemplary service to his community,
his fellowman and the Scouting organi-
zation. At that time, Senior Patrol
Leader Everitt escorted Crews to the
podium and presented him with a large
Eagle award and flowers.
Crews spoke about his Scouting
experience and adventures starting in
1943, with Scout Master Dewey "Red"
Wells. He described the Scout meeting
place at the end of Madison Street as
being all woods.-
' He spoke about receiving his Eagle
Scout rank in 1945, showing the origi-
nal box in which the medal was packed.
He spoke of his mother's support for
him in Scouting and life and what she
meant to him. He shared his framed
Eagle Scout medal and his Boy Scout
knife, which he stated was well worn,
and a neckerchief slide he had made
from a wooden top.
Crews talked of his public service
and how beneficial the Scouting pro-
gram was in life, stating that everything
he learned in Scouting he had used at
some' point in his life. He also stated
that he tried to uphold the Scout Oath
and Law.
Upon completion of Crew's speech,
Chairperson Steve Hutton returned to
the podium to disclose the fundraising
results. The 2010 Golden Eagle Dinner
had raised $12,000 for the Aldbama
Florida Council-Boy 'Scouts of
America, attaining the goal that was set
for the event.
The crowd was thanked for their ded-
icated support and the Court of Honor
Ceremony was concluded.


Daun Crews, right, receives his Eagle
award from Senior Patrol Leader Dustin
Everitt from Troop 33 in Marianna. -
Contributed photo
Scouts of America.
Guests dined on green salad, prime
rib, roasted potatoes, vegetables and
cheese cake.
After the meal,. Chairpersons Steve
and Mary Ann Hutton were presented
an Eagle award for their dedication and
work for this special event.
Mary Ann Hutton then recognized-
several public servants who turned out
to. support community youth. She rec-
ognized the evening's table hosts and
.corporate sponsors who 'helped make
the event a success: Jeremy Branch,
Johnny McDaniel, Steve and Mary Ann
Hutton, Jorge Garcia, Marc Garcia,
Buddy Bannerman, Sharon Cox, Les
and Pat Fur, Alan Mathis, Bill Stanton
and Desiree' Daffin, Marianna Toyota
and Rahal-Miller Chevrolet.
Chairperson Hutton then started the
introduction of the honoree, speaking
of the Scout Oath the honoree had
taken as a Boy Scout in 1943 and of his
commitment and dedication to fulfill
that oath during his lifetime. She also


Another rabid


raccoon found


STAFF REPORT

Jackson County has
recorded its third rabid
raccoon since the start of
the year.
The raccoon was found
in a pen with a dog, at a
home off Shady Grove
Road south of Sneads.
The dog's owner killed
the raccoon and submit-
ted it for testing Feb. 12.
It is not known
whether the raccoon and
dog scuffled during their
encounter in the pen, but
the dog is being quaran-
tined at home just in case.
Jackson County
Environmental Health
Director T.G. Harkrider
said Wednesday that hav-
ing three cases so far is
"kind of in line" with the
expected frequency at
this time of year, but the
situation is being closely
monitored.
If the numbers keep
rising over the next few
weeks, an alert could be
issued.
The dog ha been
placed in quarantine at
home to prevent possible
spread of the disease.
Harkrider continues to
urge residents to report
any suspected rabid ani-


mal. Anyone having
knowledge of bites or
other exposure from a
suspected rabid animal to
humans or to domestic
animals should immedi-
ately contact the Health
Department at 482-9227
during normal working
hours, he wrote in an e-
mail about the most
recent rabies case.
The Jackson County
Health Department has
an answering service for
assistance after hours and
on weekends concerning
animal bites and other
exposure. That number is.
526-2412.
Harkrider urged resi-
dents to "never shoot a
.biting animal in the head.
An intact brain is needed
to determine if the animal
is rabid. If you shoot
them in the head and
destroy the brain, we
have to assume the ani-
mal was rabid."
Without lab results,
treatment, to the victim
has to begin, he noted.
He also reminds pet
.owners that state law
requires' vaccination of
all dogs and cats to pro-
tect them in the event of
exposure to rabid ani-
mals.


Grand Ridge honors town manager for 25 years of service


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

The Town of Grand
Ridge hosted a luncheon
for Town Manager J.R.
Moneyham on Feb. 3, at
the Grand Ridge
Community Center., The
luncheon was given in
recognition. of
Moneyham's 25 years of"
continuous service to the


.r ,From left, Councilmen
Ronnie Durden, Thomas
Peaden and Kim
Applewhite, Town
Manager J.R. Moneyham
and Councilman Jim Neel.
Contributed photo



Purchase Continued From Page 1A

F.ILS.H. reports require the total the items we can spend state funding able to build a new school or two and
square footage of all school facilities on;" Wiggins said. "But if it doesn't alleviate some of the overcrowding
in the district. Wiggins stated this make the list, we can't." issues our county is facing, but the
number is very important. From all that comes the district's money just isn't there."
"The total square footage helps five-year work plan. These are what State officials will be visiting
drive the state's recommendation for Miller described at last week's board Jackson County in March to conduct
maintenance and construction dollars workshop as a county "wish list." the F.I.S.H. reports and begin the
going towards the district," Wiggins Miller explained that not all items five-year work survey. Following
said. "We are expecting the state to that make the list are affordable at this, the district will have a better
come up with a total square footage that time. Therefore, board members understanding of state funding avail-
around 1.5 million." are responsible for prioritizing these able for facility maintenance and
After the state inspection and items. construction.
F.I.S.H. report, Wiggins explained "Sometimes things come up that "We aren't looking at very much
the next step is a five-year plan sur- take precedence over those items, like state funding, but we do have local
vey. This survey is a compilation of a roof leak, and we have to take funding through sales tax revenue,"
what the state and district officials see action immediately," Chairman Wiggins said.
as needed items for area schools. Kenneth Griffin said said last The board's approval of the new
State officials consider the F.I.S.H. Thursday. "This can, in turn, push multi-use P.E. facility was one item
reports and the requests of local back some items on that list." funded 16cally, through sales tax dol-
school administrators when allocat- However, the state's budget short- lars.
ing funding. falls will also determine what the dis- With a "price tag of approximately
Wiggins -said that this survey is trict will and won't get. $800,000, the new facility at
what the state thinks each facility's "Based on this year's state budget Marianna High School will keep stu-
shortcomings are, based on the dis- cuts and lower funding in general, I dents from using a few large storage
trict facilities list. can't everi consider a new school," rooms for physical education,
"Whichever items make the list are Wiggins'said. "I would love to be Wiggins said.


Sneads Continued From Page 1A


ed, has been a constant issue in the
small town. Once quiet council meet-
ings became, crowded and volatile, as
residents who lived near the bar and
residents who supported the bar faced
off. I '
"The previous owner had prob-
lems, too. I told Milsapp before he
started that he needed to keep the
music down where the neighbors
couldn't hear, it and keep stuff from
going on in the parking lot. He knew
going in what the problems were,"
town manager Ed Kilpatrick said.
The town council tried various
methods to deal with residents' com-
plaints about the noise level from the
bar, from a failed noise ordinance to
attempts to put restrictions on the
bar's business license, to threatening
to ban amplified music.
"The neighbors were there first,"
Councilman Jimmy Wright said.
"They have the right to have peace
and quiet in their own homes."
In December, the council enacted a
noise ordinance that prohibit any
establishment that served alcohol
from playing music that could be
heard 30 feet from the establishment.
"The town council developed an
ordinance in response to complaints
from that business, but the ordinance
was not restricted to one business,"
Kilpatrick said.
The bar was cited for violating that
ordinance in mid-January, and was
given notice to appear in court.
However, Milsapp said that notice
T was thrown out.
"It has been one thing after anoth-


er. We could no longer operate where
we could make money," said Milsapp,
whose marquee outside the Landing
Bar and Grille reads on one side
"Thanks Town Council 4 Running Us
Out of Town."
Milsapp looked for a place torelo-
cate. He found one across the
Apalachicola River, in
Chattahoochee. Milsapp will move
the bar to a building on U.S. HighWay
90, across from' the Florida State
Hospital. Various bars have operated
in that location for years.
"The city of Chattahoochee has
welcomed us. They have done every-
thing they could to help," Milsapp
said. "It is nice to be 'somewhere
Where you are wanted."
However, Milsapp estimates that
the move and fixing up the building
will cost him an ,extra $8,000 to
$10,000.
"In the end it will be better for us,
but I hate it had to come to this," said
Milsapp, who says the bar, now
called Hoochee's, has musical acts
booked for the next four months.
Hoochee's will celebrate its grand
opening on Feb. 27.
Some Sneads residents are glad
that the bar is relocating and thanked
the council members for taking
action.
"We appreciate you taking to
account our concerns and addressing
them," resident Bob Forrester told the
council during its February council
meeting earlier this month.
Milsapp plans to utilize the
Landing building at least until his


lease expires in April. He will contin-
ue to run the restaurant, which serves
lunch daily.
He also plans to covert the bar por-
tion into a teen club, which will oper-
ate during the weekends.
Since neither the restaurant nor the
teen club will serve alcohol, neither is
subject to the town's noise ordinance.
The town staff is hoping the club
won't generate problems like the bar
did.
Milsapp also has plans for the
town's future. He said he will be very
involved in the next election, support-
ihg candidates going against any of
the incumbents.
On one side of his marquee,
Milsapp is urging residents to "Vote
out the Town Council and Fire Ed."
"I have already talked to three peo-
ple planning to run. We want to see it
changed, even though it won't affect
us," Milsapp said.
Council members and Kilpatrick
say that they were working for the
best interests of the residents and did
not have any personal vendetta
against Milsapp or the bar.
"It is disappointing that they feel
that way. It was not personal,"
Kilpatrick said.
However, Milsapp maintains that
the actions taken by the council was
directly responsible for him having to
move his business.
"It is bad that they can dictate what
businesses can be there. I do not
know if anyone would come in here
after the trouble we had," Milsapp
said.
T


Town of Grand Ridge.
In addition to atten-
dance by town employees
and council members;
,guests included many
family and friends of
Moneyham.
Special comments were
given by Don Berryhill,
formerly with the State of
Florida Department of
Environmental 1
Protection; Rhonda
Thomas,from Rep. Marti
Coley's office; Rhul
Edenfield, former mayor
of Grand. Ridge; Milton
Pittman, former county
commissioner; and
Carolyn Johnson, widow


of former Mayor Ducky
Johnson.
A plaque was presented
on behalf of the Town
Council by
Councilwoman Kim
Applewhite.
Moneyham, in accept-
ing the plaque, said that
when he started working
at Grand Ridge, former
Mayor Ducky Johnson
was and still is a great-
mentor. Moneyham com-
mented .on how much he
.has enjoyed working for
the Town of Grand Ridge
and being able to see so
many changes take place
in the community.


Lunches Continued From Page 1A

school's' front desk, in take the forms home, they
hopes that parents coming could be mailed instead.
in for any reason will see' Noonan said Wednesday
it," Noonan said. "We are that this option was being
also communicating to the explored, but officials
secretaries the importance would need to weigh the
of the forms, arid instruc- expense of mailing them
tions for how to fill it out and the expected benefit.
and return it." "It's a possibility, but we
Noonan explained that need to look into it further
forms are going home with and see if the benefit would
all enrolled students at the outweigh the cost of mail-
beginning of the year, but ing 7,600 letters," Noonan
some probably do not,make said."
it intothe hands of parents. Noonan explained
"The elementary students Wednesday that parents
are good about taking need to be aware that these
papers home, but the mid- options are available,
dle and high school stu- "I would encourage all
dents aren't- so much," parents to fill out the
Noonan said in a phone forms," Noonan said. "The
interview Wednesday. "So worst that could happen is
we aren't sure if that is also that you don't qualify; the
a factor." best is that you do. There is
Griffin suggested to .nothing wrong with saving
Noonan that instead of a little money where you
relying on the students to can."


M murder' Continued From Page 1A

mental hospital for the rest working on the water pump
of his life. Thomas alleged-.., at Thomas' Cypress,home.
ly stabbed and killed his Thomas' only explana-
stepfather Claude tion was that he thought
Craycraft, 68, on Dec.: 18, Craycraft was out to get
2004, while Craycraft was him.


Average Continued From Page 1A0

such as education, employ- obesity rate, motor vehicle
ment, income and safety. crash death rate, chlamydia
Physical Environment rate and teen birth rate all
54. This category repre- exceeded-state averages to
sents factors such as- air various degrees.
quality and the environ- In the social and eco-
ment. nomic factors category,
Mortality 35. This cat- children in poverty and sin-
egory represents average gle-parent households also
lifespans and" premature exceed state averages.
deaths. Compared to surround-
Morbidity 56. This ing counties, Jackson
category represents basic County, despite it's poor
quality of life and low birth rating, did better than most.
weight. Holmes County's overall
Jackson County exceed- health rating was 61 of 67;
ed the state's average in Washington County's was
many factors. In the health 64 of 67; Calhoun was 50
behaviors category, the of 67; and Gadsden was 62
adult smoking rate, adult of 67.



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Lads


PDL knocks

Cottondale out


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Cottondale Lady Hornets
saw their season come to a close.
Tuesday night in Ponce de Leon,
falling to the Lady Pirates 47-37
in the regional semifinals of the
2A state tournament.
Hillary Harper ,scored 21
points on seven 3-pointers to
lead the Lady Pirates to the
regional finals. They match up
with Lafayette on Saturday for a
chance to go to the final four in
Lakeland. Cottondale was led by
Shay Wright's 13 points, with
Jakia Grimsley adding 11.
PDL led 14-9 after one period,
but the Lady Hornets rallied
back to tie the game at halftime.
But a big third period, which
included three 3-pointers by
Harper, propelled the Lady
Pirates to a 39-29 advantage.
It proved too large a deficit for
Cottondale to overcome, but
Lady Hornets coach Randi
Scurlock said she was proud of
her team's effort.
"The girls played hard, but
nothing was really falling for us
or going our way," she said.
"(Harper) was making a bunch
of 3s, and we just didn't pick her
up like we should have.
"But I'm very proud of the
girls. They have nothing to hang
their heads about. They exceed-
ed everyone's expectations for


Hornets fall


Cottondale's Syrinna Pope (21) tries to wrestle away a rebound from a Jay player during a first
round playoff game Feb. 11 in Cottondale. Floridan File Photo


this year. No one expected them
to win district or to be in the
regional semifinals, so I was
proud of them."
The Lady Hornets had a diffi-_
cult start to the season, losing,
seven of their first eight, and
having one of their two best
players in Wright suspended for


six weeks early in the season.
But Cottondale rebounded late
to beat Graceville for the district
championship, then routed Jay in
the first round of the playoffs.
"It was just a rollercoaster,"
Scurlock said of the season. "We
would get on a winning streak
and something would happen.


We had all this stuff that kept
being thrown at us.
"But we pulled together and
started playing more as a team. I
told them after the game that in
every game they, played their
hearts out. I'm proud of them.
They have nothing to. be
ashamed of."


O'Daniel hopes to put locker room incident to bed


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Gulf Coast Commodores
men's basketball team accom-
plished a rare feat on Saturday
night at the Milton H. Johnson
Health Center, beating Chipola
in Marianna for the first time in
over a decade.
The Commodores' insistence
on marking the occasion after
the game has caused quite a stir.
After Gulf Coast's 97-85 win
over the Indians Saturday, sever-
al Commodore players celebrat-
ed by signing their names on the
walls of the visiting locker room.
Gulf Coast head coach Jay
Powell immediately reported the'
incident to Chipola athletic
-director Dale O'Daniel, who
then spoke with GCCC athletic
director Gregg Wolfe.
Both Wolfe and Powell have
since apologized for the incident
and acknowledged it was wrong.
Gulf Coast has offered to
reimburse Chipola for the costs
of repainting the visitor's locker
room, which has famously been
painted pink for years as a means
of gamesmanship towards the
Indians' opponents.
O'Daniel said he is ready to
put the whole incident to bed,
and that while good-natured
back-and-forth between rivals is
healthy, Saturday night's inci-
dent was different.
"I was never really upset,"
O'Daniel said. "I can remember


when Gulf Coast was playing at
our level back in the '60s and
'70s, and I came in one morning
and there was a mule carcass on
top of the administration build-
ing. There was also a situation
where panties were put on the
Commodore statue.
"It's great to have that kind of
rivalry, but this one was a little
different in what happened and
how it came about. It's still just
an emotional thing. The differ-
ence was the coach was
involved. I don't remember
coaches or administrators initiat-
ing these things in the past."
While both Powell and Wolfe
refute the charge, both O'Daniel
and Chipola president Dr. Gene
Prough said it was Powell who
instructed his players to write on
the walls, making good on a
promise he made tobhis players if
they ever beat the Indians in
Marianna.
"Coach Powell was emotion-
ally involved as well," O'Daniel
said. "I know beating us here
was a goal of his and he's very
proud of it. It's just one of those
things that happens to be wit-
nessed by a lot of people. There
were about five people, includ-
ing president of thle institution,
that saw him do it."
O'Daniel said witnesses told
him that as the floor was being
cleared after the game, Powell
tossed a marker to a player and
told them to "go mark the wall."
Prough issued a statement


The Chipola visitors' locker room is seen with the writings of the
Gulf Coast Commodores' men's basketball players after the Feb..
13 game between the teams in Marianna. -Chipola photo


Wednesday, saying, "I am very
disappointed by this whole inci-
dent. I understand their (Gulf
Coast's) excitement over win-
ning a men's game in our gym,
since that hasn't happened in so
many years. But I just can't
believe that a. college coach
would instruct his players to
deface public property. I expect
more from our coaches and play-
ers as representatives of Chipola
College."


For his part, O'Daniel said that
.he is ready to move on.
"This is the end of it, and
we're ready for it to be over with
and behind us," he said. "It was a
very big deal for then to beat us,.
and emotions take you to things
don't normally do. '
"There is to be a written apol-
ogy from Gulf Coast's president
to our president. That puts it at a
level now where it needs to be to
get it behind us."


GHS beats


Malone 5-3
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Graceville Tigers took a 5-
3 victory over Malone on
Tuesday night in Graceville in the
season opener for both teams.
Josh Watkins had two hits and
three RBI to lead Graceville,
while Nick Paprzycki went the
distance on the mound to pick up
the win. Tyler Crutchfield was
also 2-for-3 with an RBI.
Graceville scored two runs in
the first inning and two more in
the third to take a 4-1 ,ledd.
Graceville added another in the
fifth, with Malone scoring two in
the seventh inning. Watkins had a
two-run single in the first inning,
then drove in another run in the
fifth on an RBI single.
GHS coach Travis Miller said
he was happy to win, but his team
still had much room to grow.
"I thought we could've played
better," the coach said. "We were
a.little bit sloppy in the infield,
and made some young mistakes.
We played OK. We weren't terri-
ble, but the guys are just not mak-
ing plays they normally make."
Malone coach Max Harkrider
said it was typical of most early
season baseball.
"You could tell it was the first
regular season game," he said. "
There were a lot of kicked balls.
We left 12 guys on base, we had a
base-running mistake-that hurt us,
and we had an error in the out-
field that hurt us."
It was also the first matchup
between the rivals since being
moved out of the same district,
which Harkrider said changes the
dynamic of the rivalry.
"It takes a little bit of edge, off
with it not being a district game,"
he said. "We still want to win it,
but we were just trying to fill
some holes in and figure out what
we need to do and what we need
to work on."


Lady Pirates top

Blountstown in

district debut
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Sneads Lady Pirates
moved to 2-0 on'the young sea-
son with a 4-3 victory over
Holmes County on Tuesday night
in the district debut for both
Steams.
Karissa Childs pitched a com-
plete, game to get the win, allow-
ing 10 hits, while striking out
nine and walking just one.
Sneads trailed 3-2 after four
innings, but the Lady Pirates
added a run in the fifth and anoth-
er in the sixth to win the game.
Childs tied the game up in the
fifth when ,she doubled and
scored on a fielder's choice.
DeAnne Berry led off the sixth
with a double, and came home for
the go-ahead run on a single by.
Ashlen Wilson.
Wilson also drove in Berry
with an RBI single in the fourth.
Wilson's hits were two of just
. seven for SHS as a team.
KaN la Rabon scored Aleisha
Edenfield in the first inning on a
double.
The Lady Pirates next play host
to Cottondale on Friday at 4 p.m.,
and 6 p.m.


Graceville routs Blountstown 17-7


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR


"We put our foot on the gas
t;" J41-- 4A ..-tf \ n",4 -


The Graceville Lady Tigers bounced i IT. te rJ
back from a lopsided season-opening loss on "
to *Marianna, with a 17-7 win over goi g.
Blountstown.on Tuesday night at home.
Graceville fell to Marianna 15-2 on.
Monday night on the road. But the Lady
Tigers were much sharper in their district
debut on Tuesday. added a
A 10-run fourth inning propelled Leuenbergi
Graceville to the win, erasing a 5-4 deficit and Andi P
'and allowed Graceville to end the game in In the
five innings, triple by Pi
"Coming off of that Marianna game run rule. F
where we didn't hit it real well, I'm proud for nine RI
of what the girls accomplished," "We put
Graceville coach Joshua Graham said after fourth) and
the game. "Everybody played hard. We hit Liza Joh
the ball really well. Liza (Johnson) pitched for Gracev
well. Taylor did a great job behind the out two bat
plate and at the plate. I'm proud of each Graham
and every one of them." what he ha
Graceville got home runs from Shaquel has moved
Johnson and Taylor McDaniel in the first last year's
inning to take a 3-0 lead. ferred to C
Shaquel Johnson's was an inside-the- "Liza is
park homer. McDaniel took a pitch over early part
the centerfield wall for a two-run shot. "She's taki
In the decisive fourth inning, McDaniel starter. She


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-Joshua Graham,
Graceville coach
two-run double, with Kelly
er contributing an RBI single
Pierce a two-run triple.
fifth inning, a bases-clearing
pierce ended the game on the 10-
Pierce and McDaniel combined
BI on the night.
ot ur foot on the gas (in the
d just kept going," Graham said.
nson pitched a complete game
ille to get the victory, striking
tters.
said he has been pleased with
as seen from Liza Johnson, who
up to the No. 1 starter role after
starter, Meagan Sanders, trans-
hipley.
doing really good so far for the
of the season," the coach said.
ing on the responsibility as the
e has stepped up and done real


Graceville's Andi Pierce, right, slides into third base during a district game against
Blountstown on Tuesday-night in Graceville. GHS won the game 17-7 in five innings.
- Mark Skinner/Floridan


well for us."
It was a much smoother showing than in
Monday's opener which was the open-
er, due to weather postponing ,a pair of
games against Arnold and Vernon last
weekend.
"In the Marianna game, the score didn't
reflect it, but I thought we played good


ball after having two games cancelled on
us and just getting the basketball players
back," Graham said. "We-really didn't get
any practices in to get ready for that.
"Marianna played good ball, and Hali
(Stout) pitched a really good game. But
my girls put it past them and didn't let it
get them down."


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Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles Classics&Antiques Motorcycles Motorcycles Sport Utility Vehicles l raiers-Tractors uck-Heavy Duty
for Sale forSale J for Sale forSaleIj
SFord 4 Crown Vctoontiac 08 Electra GIe Clasic m ro ready, shelter kept. Silverado WT, ex-
ria LX ade i55K MUST SELL $200 4000 miles. I year weather se att. sIl e $1000. 334- 347 4283 tended cab. Good
mes. drives 0 ke a down $249 per month -warrentle Itn radio o, blue etErr or o 334-447-2572 cond., $9, 500. O
dream. $8100 321 Call Ron Eli s 17.0. 334 618 4430 $22.495 00B.798.9695 334-798-3352
231-6363. 334-714-0028 "pj o HarleM Davidson '96 Jeep '04 Wrangler. CHEVROLET '08
Toyota 05 Mat Beautiful project or Fa red whe. Triumph Da tyna tra rated. less than 2500 Durama, LTZ
Toota5Mtrx parts car 1958 Me! 13K miles, great Type) 955 Fi ST Sport 27K miles. hard
Acura '05 TSX 96K "K 04 Optima LX, GREAT GAS MILEAGE cury Turnpike Cruis- 'shape, $8,500 Bike carbon exh., nw ft tops. A FM CD. miles. 4 door.
Black 5 SPD Loaded 4 door, cylinder FULLY LOADED, LOW er 4 door, black 34 89912t2 tres brke. 334 A. t l cruise - automaiual tran. -
$11,200 West Maiin 44000 miles, PAYMENT $500 Power back 1212 t9 re 9 brake. 333 9Cit l t, 334'creautoa 6Luai ran l
Car Sales LLC excellent, $5995. sdown $250per month windshield.Gigantic 693 390 or 70 38New 09 6 Trar. -r mis on.i Ll- P New
1919 West Main St 334-790-7959 Call 334-791-8243 Ask 430cid engine, Push United Motor ScooEtr used cinc9. 700 r nor, black nterIor,
334-699-5880-- or Steve Hatcher button trans. Will '0S. 80ompg. 1000 m.' GV WR. 2 aIel.; pd 4WD, $37,000
Fo T-Bird, auto, need a few parts. ''. mw 42 ..6302 41935 s dr7g $1600 (334)72 09
390 4bbl, slide steer- $?000 cash or need a Hl r.IgS6 00.3
ing, 69K miles, $8,995 ickup so will trade Yamaha-01 Ro.adStar .. 34)2-2
obo. 334-671-5051 or -fobr a good work 4..i,lrirqit Ed ,0.10s
334-797-5051 " truck k.C all/text 796- Harley Sports e .r cU6' i," r. )ri-t -. 0.;
Ford '93 Taurus, runs 0755- Nights and O range 1200R, 1 a n,900. e.i Jeep 104 Wrangler X
ood, needs AC, weekends only pls. & Hines Short Shots, (334)655-9111 4.0L 6cyl 5spd 4WD 1978 Chevy Step Van.
BMW '01 330ci 89 2200. 1-3344751723 LeXUS '00 E300 braided lines, 8,900 Khaki cir. Soft C not run.
Blue Extra Nice PlatimumModel 98K Toyota 07'Camry Motorcycles mi$7,995.794-8037 am it (. r o3. ally NEG. 334 347-0619
Blue Extra Nice Loaded $7,200 West CE 4cyl auto, pw, hj.i i par mrno &an Chevy '04 L erado
$11,500 West Main Main Car Sales LLC dl, tilt, cruise. exc. HD '97, Fatboy, Pew- Sn grill grd E kc. Cnt. Lt pack. 61K actual 3500, 1 Ton Sharpe
Car Sales LLC LO 1919 West Main St. cond. New tires & f ter & Black.lo owered, I owr- 3 rd c r. mli. rear air, very nice Duramax, 6.6L, Dually
1919 West Main St. FORD- Brand New 334-699-5880 just serviced, garage k ept .121 Tmi. LOW P.IiLES s7. 00 cond. $7,800. OBO Tow Pkg/power
334-699-5880 2010 Mustang GT 2 62,300 miles. Can Must see. 11V OD 17.999. OBO 347-5560 after 6pm trailing mirrors, crew
BMW'04 3301, black dr.5-gspd tra s.DIk be seen at the Lem C dale 8 0 352-434 Yamaha 05 vria, 33i 36882 cab, ext. bed. loaded,
w/tan leather, auto- i 80 on Lot in Dothan 28r,-.anni. edition in JEEP 197 Wrangler ysler '95 Voyager, Ex., gas mileage,
matic sunroof, good ms3 $ 028 00 Oflamit rd, excel. 4x4, ac ps, ac, at, V6, auto, seats 8, Super Cond.,
gas mileage. 80k mi. 3334)4 9-8078 .5.5.240tocond. 6K mi., 1198 cc new engine/tr/ power, am/fm cass.N$23000.
13.900 334.685-6233 334-796.8216 '06 HO Dyna Wide ,ncl. sissy bar, tnrres e /a nwtines O $2 3 .

BMWCadillac'94 GM 530.fully 72 Chevelle 334-699 5880 new 2005. cu.$2000t mpg/mph $2100 s 2007 C per Cannon

Fleetwood Brou Super sports front Lexus '08 RX 350 20 YZI250. reat 205-310-5662 YAMAHA306 92 Keystone 5li2 wheel
loaded. 96K miles. S Black,.200. 334- u 2 S. SRCD -. 2.Ofe832
while. excellent con$0812.900 LIKE NEW. 0 m. $14.750. 4335854 or e-mail Nissan u4 Muran Dodge -- an 4 90.
Corvette con verti6.000 ble, WEST 21.AINCAR 000miles.Sti un 2 Go ing 60kes cocast.netloadd new tire. an 6 cylinder. A C.


334703-374Black, loaded, exc. Hondatruthiso03 Accord EX, der warranty $16,900. milReflex red e pain te.4 helmets and 334-, 14 whe 4-dr loaded
cond., garage kept black, leather, sn 334726-29Scooter maroon, gel cushion. OnM E ange 9 RovK er E For a r 8 2.0i. E. n334-64
$55,000.334-692-5624 roof, very nice. 1919WESTMAINST2003 8Z 1445-2 15 bought 4-stroke, 249cc, 70garage kept. 4.6, fully loaded, 115K Van selling for parts BOSE radio system
Chediolet la'93 Cap GM '72 Chevelle 334-699 5880 new in 2005. $2000; mpg/mph $2100.mi. $5500, all (334) o 00- $1600.334618-0017



ha e, Honda06Civic LesGray 08 RX 350FZ uZ 5. -310-5662 YAMAHA'06185833. 7977 Keystone 5th, wheel
restored $5,200. 080 clip Red, 2-dr. hard white w tan leather. shape and well main- Roadstar 1700cc NISSAN '06 Patnif,nd- w, 2 .hes. sharp.
mles,334 693-3980 top Needs work. sunroof dual power tied. $4000. Buy Black, Motorcycle. TOYOTA Four Honda Odyssey05 ps/ swb, auto,


new 693s-39800 9r_ b td2497r334-672-1655 sk sotorX Ba -ne SR 52 wd, E mi vr rs&alkood .
Great proj car $3,200 seats 40 m Toyota '09 Camry r 0. audio ,'6 ds CD 9.500. Offers!
CHEVROLET '08 $26,90034685-6233 a 334 726-384 5000 miles. Vance re te es entry 330
Corvette convertible, 334-774-2825. 21.000 miles. Still un 33C' Gol ag.. kHinesExhaust Sysh- 33.26mies3 i3e. Chevy 4' So.ve ado
Black, loaded, exc. Honda '03 Accord iX, 5l. m 2- .Vw07 Rabbite.y $16,900. 9 d 3. 0n R te m. cr 4 helmets and l 334-793 1544 white 4-dr. loaded.
cond., garage kept blackar- leather, sun- ,.. -, 334 726-2972, m&rualnng y ARLEY DAVIDSON w d r990ve3344 E Fr ndsar Chevy -91. Evr. een.
$55, 00. pa4-92-5.24 r very, n o4-1 owner, garage kept. 4.6 uliy loaded, 115K Van sell ng for parts BOSE radio system
Chevrolet '93 Cap- $9,500. 334-726-1215 Volkswagen '06 Bee- I0 850 445-2915
Gray Many Custe, 70Ktie, auto, diesel, 42K leave me.0sage Like new.$8000. mi., $5,500, Call (334) only $500.334-691- $16,500. 334o618-0017
Fr End Damage $400 HUNDA '04 Sonota sunroof, 3rd row 33miles,40MPG, load- f Chrome, Black, 332650 79' co- Honda 05 334- 618-5833. 797-0768 2987 334 701 -5516r









OBO 334-475-6267 147K, 4dr, black, at seat. 99.300 mi. .. $1.250 352-303-2713- towing package new DODGE RAM04. 1500
milor 47es, 5-0084extra clean $2,800 OBO 805-8325 17,9003346856233 d.$16,00. 334-897- lectors item, cyl, 2 VTX130RS Beauti-dow. cooteTOYOTA '06 Four Honda Oyssey5 V8, ps/p, silver.2auto
334-792-8018 mileage & condition. touring exc cond re 2497 or 334-672-1655 stroke scooter, or- ful Candy Black Cher-. Runner SR 2wdw miEXL 87k miSivee runs & looks good.13
hevy 'c C1av ale 5.500. 334-243-4166 manning warn 48K l ad seexc cond, ry, over $,2000 in ac- 59,700 miles, white, w/gray leather int. Needs some work.




Ch4-speed $9000. DVD Ster. syst. $850 cyl. Cd, 9K mi. VW'06 Passatload- treet legal2409. $1295.-94 excellent cond. I owner, non-smoker $2355-1118 500. 334-735-5404





256-278-4276 OBO 334-475-6267 or 0mi. 334-898-1201 ,500 HONDA98 Valle ,ri Trailers-TractorsJ
4DR AC, Low miles,08 300 MarquGS. Silver, well for a 45 yr. old Spring334-774-2er like new to lasking$5700s asking$19,50. 334- pwr slide doors,






SiGnature Series va- 499 52000 Miles. ood car, needs paint many ext.M. t 796-3130 moon roof, rear A/C Chevy'71 Elist il Camno, Chevy'04 Tahoe, /International Trac
GREAT GAS MILEAGE, 8026 tires, like new inside Honda '4,600 mi.$12,000 334-693-5454 00 Yamaha 07 Vtar 2nd row capt chairs 350 Engine, $7500
PAYMENTS $300 Mercdes '8454 4 Ben & out. 119K, moving HARLEY Davidson '013 900 custom, 2400 Tamou/rd tinte Bushho 9044, field $13,000 l850-,4 cy-l3e






I finiti 01 5 sp0d I Cruiser Like New ld, ToUr, fueinj e ad- steter9sa ke l Goods o$d0-594-3282 pdn es
St.down $199 per E3334-699-5880 2.5, sportsack, 34,200 4oveseas.$12,000. Road King Police, 4200 Mi. $66003 00 ns 334-393-8824WD, Triton
















1 mi., bse stereo, storation project, 0FLHTCI Electra glide nator 600 34K Miles Ecide aplicator V8/5.4L eng, 104,168
Corvetteall 334-791-8241 Askmoon roof. spoiler'0 80% complete clsport)334-347-0414.00 mi 334-806-1322 ed, cover& helmet. Super Crew Cab,
Aufor Steveomatic 350 ltne i very 12,000 eeshcruime bse corol, lloadeoad- ochRmicald tires, tool box,
si(Sveverwtaselloasisa c $i1, 3K 4-es. -190mn u 40 Rai $11,800. 334-774-3663 Honda 06' Rebel Solidt edr 5K L nd on $2i00. 3348714-9558
Chevy0'05 Monte Car- inter., runs like new. 3 4Ksh200mieBlde, &r n -oi3344 2








slew/r$$6000. OBO 1 334 -8372 -70702or m a, 4nHarley Davidson 07 h $1650ie850- 258-1638 & $7 -3146ofC29h '
o Custy paiMnte Car. $15,90. 334-687-3171. Mercedes '06 R-350, wheels,like HARLEY DAVIDSON wdite n 200m








334-774-1915 334-432-0302. '69 Cheele Malbu Ultra Classic 12,000 Chevy Tane, 400-514 FORD $699033 102 F-250, quadChevy Cherokee
Gra Must.pain Custm o7 11 white w/tan leather, new,$11,800. '02 Fatboy with lotsadebags20i. ck it at








original owner, 5 110K $12,495 GREAT UNDER WARRANTY$ Runs & Drives Great 612-396 w/ acket 3,500. mi. very ne 8,995 ornEdto s new tires
Fr p eed, fuel injected, CLASSIS. WESnota sunroof, 3rd row 334-983-8399 of Chrome,, Black, 300 334- -11 te850-579-4694 PY MOT 7 96emria 128K $135800


















180k miles, some CAR SALES LLC $269 per mo. Call Ron (334)618-0585 3326 Mess OPPORTUNITY Auto,3-nly 8xxx Miles 33418,9ot
OBOrust, 334-475-6267 147K, 4dr, black at seat. 99.300 28 mi. $10.250352-303-2713 Chevy blazer 08Voger STAINLESS $23,500.00 new
or475-'0084 $2,800 BO- 805-8325 17900 334685-6233 E 1959 HONDA 06 Shadow lak. 3owingackage. new DODGE RA1K mi. A/C STEAL DINER (334)04. 15379-8733









Mercury7 43 Iv full ran t i .Harley D -M ?Ble Eon INCL1000 D s6 00SL.oPower2 sFerdr ugp7ercre 000.
ded, 1969 Camaro Hyundai '96 Elantra 2 Mercedes 98' LK230. 7 1 e Htage Classc. lots rCary AoPE R Red.2.8 '05R H T& c Scooteri ed 6 0
vy an .arr. nd. Nr a o A r mles LIKE NEW 9cc Heavy Duty, wagon, V-6, loaded, pump, very clean, 76K mi., many xras
ext. blackint man ual Trans. workswith leather. Hd.top,. Conr- 01 chr1 me.0 1K Sln e,.dy 30022-n4wr 20 Like new, owhmiles, 30,000miles, likenew Iow mileage, $3,250 20" chr. wh., $13K
4-.9 0 T Srs. 3 O 13.000.00.334-see,$1200 $3225.334-7907959 334-687-9845 or obo33443-6320
34-speed $9004. DVD Str. syst. $850 cyl. Cd. 89K mri. 566 $2409. 795-9478 $3-6 03 -1- 850-482-7739 $ 33-70 0 334-8355-111845o .-.,.334-43-63
256-278-4276 OBO 334-475-6267 or $9,500. 334-898-1201 w865Beete7739HaAHONDA'vaIre Trailers-Tractors Automobs !
edyx3@aol.com 334-475-0084 Mercury '03 Grand owner runs & drives Heritage Softail t T r inptu-teclesWanted:
CHRYSLER '08 300 Marquis GS. Silver, well for a 45 yr. old springer like new to low mile,-u t42 HP Case Automobiles
Signature Series. va. 99,000 Miles. Coad car, needs paint t asking $6,500 Od0,
nilla, navigation. like Condition, $4975 $2850. firm 4,600 mi. $12 000 334-693-5454 LheBvy'04 Tahoe, /international Tra Co
$16,700. 334-470.8454 Nissan '05 Altima, 25 HARLEY Davidson '03 900 custom, 2400 Radio/CD, tinted, Bushhog9044, field 334-678-6990 Ford '0i Ranger Edge
Infiniti.01130120K S5 speed. 32 ( mu Classics& Antiques RoadKing 95" sta miles, windshield, wdws, running bds, ready, elter kept. 76,000 miles, 4cyl,
SinlverWaded$5,395 eE2,security, gps, oil saddlebags, red. Re- $14,000. 850-718- $10,500OBO.334- Trucks-Heavy Duty Excellent $5895.
Silver L-oaded $,a9 $11,900 850-482-2994 1974 Chevrolet cooler, many extra's, duced to$5700. 334- "7040, 569-5774.
LLC 1919 West Main Nissan '07 Altima Camaro LT 350 V8 $10,500. 334-803-5008. 692-3337 or 796-5421 GREAT CONDITION 347-4283 or 334-447-
Stw334a699-5880 2SL, Black, 34,200 4sp, factory ac, re- vK saki '97 Elimi- u ls- 2572 Ford '02 F15OXLT,
C tmi., bose stereo, storation project, FLHTCI Electra glide nator 600 34K Miles cGde aopliator ndy4V8/5.L ed 104,168
C orvette '81 im oon roof. spoiler. 80% com plete. NADA Hl ea vs n 9$2000 OBO 726-CE mde G.andy 4 ,neor .. Tr iton
Automatic 350 matter ,t very $12 .. needs n-.me black, loadedM otrSoter tw c n it cal mi.,500. Su
(Silver) sell as is - clear.. Like new ask ing $9.500. 334 $13,800. 3 34-714-9377 M ojo M ot r S oe r m1, 5
$8000. OO 334-372- 0702 or r $1650850- 258-1638 $ood tires, tool box,
- _ _ _ _ __33 4 4 3 2 0 3 0 2 C o n v e ile S B C i hu U lt r a C la s s ic 1 2 ,0 0 0 C h e v y 0 5 T a h o e 2 9 -75 -3 1 4 6 ur 2 2 9 F O R D '0 2 F 2 5 0 q u a d
D a sue78 2 0Z 2 2, JA U R 5- S N issan o08 A l uim a tolP m i. Pearl w hite, load- R ed K aw asaki 09 ,dge R am l500 cab, L ariat leather
ia l on e 110K $12,495 GREAT UN DER W ARRANTY, Runs & Ds Rea t ed, great price N in la Like New 250R new tires, pow er ,0 Biabrnaritionleat her
speedifuel iwnjecte, CLAS10K W2,495GREST MAIN DLIKER NWARR$200,dow n s $ 0 o $15,000. firm 612-396- w/jacket 3,500. mijl. verytnice.3$18,995 I.oM BigcHorn Edition seats, per,
180k miles, some CAR SALES LLC $269 per lb. Call Ron (334)618-0585 Leave.Mess CeyTa rOPPORTUNIN Auto, Only 8xsnilo 334-899-0099
rust, runs but needs 334-699-5880. Ellis 334-714-0028
worJk. $2500 080 850- CHEVROLET 1959 black. LS 31K mi. A/C STEAL, DINER (334) 379-8733 Ford 03' V-S
579- 2136 Iv msg JEEP'06 Wrangler, BUY M E! Imoala. Asl,ing $2.000 & Rear air Ec. Co STYLE Ford 0p ew3 0,
soft top, 49K miles, 2334&347R6110e"LairEv. Con. STYLE 2008 F-250 Ford Supercrew 30,200 ml.
Fisher '07 1710 60 hp door, auto, 4 wheel$9115 CONCESSION Lariat Exc. Cond. like new, Must Seel
Mercury 4 str, fully drive. $13,500. 334- Nissan '08 AItima, 9r, Ford '06 Expedition TRAILER 13,176 Mi. $36,000 $16,000 334-494-0460
loaded, garage kept 685-0846 white/gray interior, Black 36K Rear Air INCLUDES Truck is fully loaded or 334-393-6479
Less than Shrs. Warr.sunroof, alby whs, H3rd Pow Seat. Leath- GRIDDLE, HOT & 850-569-2840 Ford '07 F150 XLT
Less 2013 $9,85hrs W ororLi mintownd.,9 33K miles. $16,000. HEC8ARLEY 1 DAVIDSONrStn uzu Ci 0 r i221 .Itt Like COLD TRAYS, buddyddiitalexp.cvm sXL
08. 334-714-1543 VS motor, mint condo 334-693-0830 _'08 1200 Sportster "34;' 8BOILING TRAYS,_ supercrew, 4X4SAL,
burgundy, 39,390. 18OUTi le die bags, windshield, TRIPLE SINK Ford 99' Ranger 6 cyl. flex fuel, dark blue
Ford 05' Mustang V-6 New tires, nice int., Saturn '03 Ion, newT THE custom, 0 I tall sissy bar very Nissan '09 Rogue, 20k $9,000. O80 auto/overdrive low w/bed cover, 144K
auto, 59K mi. $9,900. needs back shocks. motor 16K, 4dr,silver A LSIFJS warranty, Like.new. clean, 20K miles, miles, loaded, white. 334-389-2816 milesexc. cond. mi, pwr, CC, $14,500
334-798-2747 "$2000. 334-897-5482. $4,500. 334-677-0781C$8,700, 334-702-4778. $3600 334-618-5966 $17,000 334-790-6700 334-894-2334-714-6999


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Ford '06 F350,Diesel,
4WD, clean, 50k mi,
ooseneck hitch,
$25k 850-569-2262
FORD '07 F250 Super
Duty V-8 Crew Cab
XLT, 2WD, 18K miles,
Tan, $32,000 334-688-
8606, 334-695-0688
FORD '77, F100, 350,
V8, long wheel base,
auto, ps/pb, runs &
looks good. $2,500.
334-735-6404
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base, runs & looks
good. $2,500.00.
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S Ford 83' FI00, NEW
AC, P.S., paint,
bedliner & carb. 94
Eng. 6cyl. exc. cond
$4,000. B00 983-4941


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excellent running
condition. $10,500.
334-803-5072 or 334-
899-6594
Sonoma '03 GMC
Extended Cab 4.3V6
Engine Automatic
Power brakes &
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$7,800. Call 792-0603.

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[ Legal Notices -

LF14832
JACKSON COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD
Civil Engineering
Services
Deadline: February
25, 2010
The Jackson County
School Board of Ma-
rianna, Florida, (the
"Board") hereby re-
quests proposals
from qualified indi-
viduals or firms to
provide .professional
engineering services
to the Board under a
-"continuing con-
tract," as such term
is defined in Section
287.055(2)(g),Florida
Statutes. SCOPE OF
WORK. Successful
firm(s) under con-
tinuing contract shall
provide civil engi-
neering services for
projects undertaken
y the Board, includ-


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drawings, final de-
sign, technical speci-
fications, bid docu-
ments, contract
documents with
opinion of probable
construction cost.
2. Cost benefit stud-
ies 3. Information
management 4.
Scope of work 5.
Technical and con-
struction administra-
tion services during
construction. S. Per-
mitting, including the
preparation and sub-
mission of permit ap-
plications to all lgv-
els of Government ju-
risdictions. 7. Adver-
tising and bidding
service, providing to
the Board advertise-
ment to bid, conduct
pre rjd meeting, as-
sist in bid service
and award, and prep-
araton of contract
documents for the
Board and contractor
execution. 8. Profes-
sional services dur-
ing construction. An-
swer questions of
contractor and/or
Board Review draw-
ngs. cr, ange orders
and pay requests.
Prepare and submit
record drawings to
the Board and other
Governmental agen-
cies. An original and
four copies of sealed
proposals should be
submitted to the
Jackson County
School Board office,
Attention:
Stuart Wiggins Tacili-
ties Director, 2903
Jefferson Ave., Ma-
rianna, FL 32446, be-
fore 3:00 p.m., on Fri-
day, February 25,
2010. Sealed propos-
als should be clearly
marked "Proposal for
Engineering Serv-
ices." Questionsi re-
garding the RFP, or
requests for more
detailed information
may be directed to
the office of the Fa-
cilities Director (850)
482-1200. The Board
reserves the right to
reject any and all
proposals, to negoti-
ate changes 'in the
new scope of work or
services to be pro-
vided, and to other-
wise waive any tech-
nicalities or
informalities.
Jackson County
School Board
RFQ for Continuing
Civil Engineering
Services
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School Board is solic-
iting letters of inter-
est and statement of
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registered, qualified
engineers and engi-
neering firms in the
State of Florida, pur-
suant to section
287.055 Florida Stat-
utes, known as the
Consultant Competi-
tive Negotiation Act
(CCNA), to provide
professional engi-
neering services for
the Jackson County
School Board.
The School Board ex-
pects that interested
individuals and firms
will make every ef-
fort to assemble a
team with the requi-
site experience and
qualifications to per-
form required serv-
ices as may be re-
quired by the School
Board and staff. The
Board reserves the
right to accept or re-
ject any and/or all
submissions, to ap-
prove or reject any
sub-consultants, and
to waive any techni-
calities or
informalities, as de-
termined to be in the
best interest of the
Board.
Attached are impor-
tant instructions and
specifications re-
garding responses to
the RFQ. Failure to
follow these instruc-
tions could result in
Proposer disqualifi-
cation.
tQuestions regarding
tis proposal must
be submitted, in writ-
ing and sent to
Stuart Wiggins, Fa-
cilities Director, 2903
Jefferson Ave., Ma-
rianna, FL 32446. All
questions must be ,
received by February
18, 2010
Prospective
Proposers shall not
contact, communi-
cate with or discuss
any matter relating
in any way to the Re-
quest for Qualifica-
tions with the School
Board members, any
employee of the
School Board, except
as directed above.
Such communica-
tions initiated by a
Proposer shall be
rounds for
disqualifying the of-
fending Proposer
from consideration
for award of the pro-
posal-and/or any fu-
ture proposal.
Submittal Require-
ments.
Interested parties
are invited to-submit
on 8.5 x 11 one origi-
nal and four (4) cop-
ies in a sealed enve-
lope to the Coordina-
tor's office. The en-
velope should be la-
beled "RFQ for Con-
tinuing Civil Engi-
neering Services and
marked with the re-
spondent's name and
address. Proposals
may be mailed, ex-
press mailed or hand
delivered to:
Jackson County
School Board
Attn: Stuart Wiggins
2903 Jefferson Street
Marianna, FL 32446
Submittals shall be
received by the
School Board only at
the above address
prior to 3 p.m. (Cen-
tral Standard Time),
February 25, 2010.
The delivery the sub-
mittal on the above
date and prior to the
specified time is
solely the responsi-
bility of the
Proposer. The sub-
mittal may be with-
drawn either by writ-
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SCOPE OF SERVICES
The Jackson County
School Board is seek-
ing proposals from
Florida certified engi-
neering firms inter-
ested in providing
engineering and oth-
er related services to
the School Board un-
der a continuing con-
tract conforming to
the -stipulations out-
lined within Chapter
287.055 of the Florida
Statutes, also known
as the "Consultant's
Competitive Negotia-
tion Act." These serv-
ices may include, but
are not limited to,
performing any or all
of the following tasks
related to the con-
struction, improve-
ment or maintenance
of infrastructure and
buildings.
* Feasibility analysis
* Cost Estimating
* Funding research
* Preparation of
grant/loan applica-
tions
* Design, including
site design
* Permitting
* Contract and con-
struction manage-
ment
* Inspections
* Testing
* Other similar civil
engineering work
* Meeting with elect-
ed officials and
School Board staff to
consult on issues and
projects requiring
professional engi-
neering analysis and
evaluation
* Providing land use
planning, surveying,
geological and/or
geo-technical
services
* Advising elected of-
ficials and School
Board staff on such
matters as may ma-
terially affect the
School Board's physi-
cal infrastructure
and facilities.
TERMS AND
CONDITIONS
Conformity and ad-
herence to the terms
and conditions of
these solicitations
shall be a condition
considered by the
Jackson County
School Board as part
of its review process.
In determining sub-
mission acceptance,
any data submitted
or -related to the
Offeror's proposal,
required or volunta-
ry, shall be subject to
evaluation as
deemed appropriate
and in the best inter-
est of the School
Board, including the
conduct of the
Offeror or any repre-
sentative of the
Offeror with regard
to a Jackson County
School Board official
or employee. Inaccu-
rate and misleading
information provided
in an Offeror's pro-
posal may result in
rejection of the pro-
posal. Submittals in
response to this So-
licitation will be re-
viewed against the
criteria listed herein,
and award of con-
tract shall be made
in accordance to
standard purchasing
procedures, the Jack-
son County School
Board Procurement
Policy and applicable
regulations of the
State of Florida.
Evidence of current
professional engi-
neering registration
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SUBMITTAL FORMAT
Submittals should
not contain informa-
tion in excess of that
requested, must be
concise, and must
specifically address
the issues of the RFQ.
It is requested that
the responses be in
the same order as
the selection and
evaluation proce-
dures:
The submittals
should include the
following:
Firm Experience
* Brief overview of
the firm's history and
capabilities that in-
cludes the name of
the firm's contact
person, telephone,
ax number, and
email address (Limit
response to one
page.)
* Provide examples
of recent projects lo-
cated in Florida to in-
dicate proficiency in
similar work.
* Provide references
(client name, contact
name, address, and
phone number) for
three Florida clients
for whom similar
services have beet
provided. \ -
Project Team Experi-
ence
* Provide an organi-
zational chart of the
proposed project
team
* Identify any
subconsultants that
will be involved and
include a description
of their qualifica-
tions. (Limit re-
sponse to one page
maximum per
subconsultanL)
* Provide resumes of
all key personnel.
(Limit response to
two pages per re-
sume.)
Approach
* Provide a brief nar-
rative outlining how
you propose to man-
age projects in order
to meet schedules
and 'budget require-
ments. (Limit re-
sponse to two pa-
ges.)
* Relative to the
scope of services, de-
scribe the specific
ability of the firm. In-
clude any innovative
approaches to pro-
viding the services;
describe how the
firm ensures
constructability and
design performance;
describe how the
firm interacts with
the regulatory agen-
cies, elected officials,
and staff. (Limit re-
sponse to five pa-
ges.)
* Provide description
of the firm's familiar-
ity with the Jackson
County School Board
or the ability to be-
come familiar with
the School Board and
local conditions.
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Following the closing
date for receiving
proposals, a Review
Committee will con-
vene to review each
submitted proposal.
The Review Commit-
tee will evaluate
each firm based on
the information con-
tained with the indi-
vidual proposal. The
evaluation criteria
listed below will be
used to rank the
firms and presented
to the School Board
for final approval.
The School Board re-
serves the right to
reject any and all
proposals for any
reason, to waive any
informalities or irreg-
ularities in the pro-
posal process, and to
award a contract in
the best interest of
the School Board.
LF14834
REQUEST FOR
STATEMENT OF
QUALIFICATIONS
ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
The Jackson County
School Board (JCSB)
is requesting State-
ment of Qualifica-
tions from firms for
environmental serv-
ices that will include
but not be limited to:.
* Site Assessment -
Phase I, Preliminary
Environmental As-
s e ssmen t s ,.
Geohazard and Soil
Engineering Studies
Human/Ecological
Health Risk Assess-
ments.
* Remediation
Remedial Action
Work Plans, Reme-
dial Design, Remedial
Implementation. -
If your firm is inter-
ested In. being con-
sidered by the Jack-
son County School
B6ard, please submit
three copies of your
completed State-
ment of Qualifica-
tions to:
Stuart Wiggins,
Jackson County
School Board
2903 Jefferson Street
Marianna, Florida
.32448
Completed State-
ment of Qualifica-
tions must be re-
ceived no later than
3:30 p.m. on, Friday,
February 25, 2010.
Submittals received
after this time and
date will not be ac-
cepted by the Jack-
son County School
Board. Facsimile
(FAX) copies or e-
mail copies of the
Statement of Qualifi-
cations will, not be
accepted. The JCSB
reserves the right to
accept or reject any
and all Statement of
Qualifications, to ne-
gotiate with any or
all responsible firms,
and to waive any in-
formality in the proc-
ess. The Jackson
County School Board
is not responsible for
any expenses related
to the preparation or
presentation of the
Statement of Qualifi-
cation, including
travel costs.
Statement of Qualifi-
cations may be with-
drawn by the firm
submitting the State-
ment at any time pri-
or to the closing date
and time for receipt
of Statement of Qual-
ifications.
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formation dissemi-
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tions, organizations
interested in submit-
ting Statement of
Qualification are di-
rected not to make
personal contact
with members of the
Governing Board or
Administration with
the exception of the
individual listed
above.
The attached docu-
ments outline the re-
quired submittal in-
formation as well as
the selection criteria
to be used by the
District. If you have
any questions, please
contact Stuart Wig-
gins at (850) 482-1200
ext. 233.
ATTACHMENT A
SUBMITTAL
REQUIREMENTS
The Statement of
Qualifications shall
respond to each item
noted below, within
the specific format
described. Please
limit response infor-
mation to relative
information only.
Supplemental bro-
chure information
will not be accepted
and may result in the
disqualification of
the submitting firm.

1. COVER LETTER
/LETTER OF INTER-
EST
Must include name of
firm, address, tele-
phone number, fax
number, e-mail ad-
dress, type of firm
(i.e., corporation),
and name of Princi-
pal to contact. Letter
must be signed by
representative of
firm with authoriza-
tion to bind firm by
contract. (Maximum
of 2 pages).
2. FIRM ORGANIZA-
TION, CREDENTIALS,
BACKGROUND
Provide a brief histo-
ry of the firm includ-
ing the following In-
formation:
* Number of years in
business.
* Senior member and
length of association.,
* Location of office
which will perform
the work.
* List of basic serv-
ices provided by
firm.
* Experience in work-
ing with the Florida
Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection
(FDEP) and your abil-
ity to assist the JCSB.
3. PROJECT TEAM
A. Identify the follow-
Ing key personnel
and provide their
qualifications:
* Principal-in-Charge
* Project Director/
Manager .
B. Given yoqr current
and planned work-
load, does your firm
have the capacity to
handle this project in
an expedient manner
to meet scheduled
deadlines?
4. FIRM RESOURCES
* Experience in meet-
ing original sched-
ules and timelines.
5. RELEVANT EXPERI-
ENCE
* List of school proj-
ects similar in scope
of work.
6. CLIENT
SATISFACTION/ REF-
ERENCES
* References of those
who may be con-
tracted regarding
your similar work.
ATTACHMENT B
SELECTION PROCESS
All Statement of
Qualilficaticns re-
ceived by the speci-
fied deadline will be
reviewed by the JCSB
icr content. com-
pleteness, experi-
ence and qualifica-
tions. Aher those
firms deemed the
most qualified are
selected. further
evaluation and inter-
views of [the selected
lirms may be con-
aucted as part of the
final selection proc-
ess.

The JCSB may also
contact references
and clients provided
by the firms selected
to be interviewed.
The JSCB reserves
the right to complete
the selection process
without proceeding
to an interview proc-
ess and may choose
to select a firm
based on the infor-
mation supplied In
the Statement of
Qualifications.
The JSCB reserves
the right to select the
Statement of Qualifi-
cations, which, in its
sole judgment, best
meets the needs of
the JSCB.,
LF14838
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURTOFTHE
FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
JACKSON COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.:32-2009-CA-
000548
CITIFINANCIAL
SERVICES, INC, SUC-
CESSOR BY REASON
OF MERGER WITH
CITIFINANCIAL SERV-
ICES, INC. 344, LLC,
SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER WITH ASSO-
CIATES FINANCIAL
SERVICES COMPANY


OF FLORIDA, INC.
SUCCESSOR BY REA-
SON OF MERGER
WITH ASSOCIATES
FINANCIAL SERVICES
OF AMERICA, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PATRICIA K. VIDAL;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF PATRICIA K.
VIDAL IF LIVING, IN-
CLUDING ANY UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANTSS,
IF REMARRIED, AND
IF DECEASED, THE
RESPECTIVE UN-
KNOWN HEIRS,
DE VI S E ES,
GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CRED-
ITORS, LIENORS, AND


TRUSTEES, AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS;
CITIFINANCIAL EQUI-
TY SERVICES, INC.
WHETHER DIS-
SOLVED OR PRES-
ENTLY EXISTING, TO-
GETHER WITH ANY
GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CRED-
ITORS, LIENORS, OR
TRUSTEES OF SAID
DEFENDANTS) AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
OR AGAINST
DEFENDANTSS; UN-
KNOWN TENANT #1;
UNKNOWN TENANT
#2;
Defendant (s).
AMENDED NOTICE
OF SALE

Notice is hereby giv-
en that, pursuant to
a Final Summary
Judgmefit of Foreclo-
sure entered in the
above-styled cause,
in the Circuit Court of
Jackson County, Flor-
ida, I will sell the
property .situate in
Jackson County, Flor-
ida, described as:
COMMENCE AT THE
POINT WHERE THE
EAST LINE OF THE
SW 14 OF SECTION
36, T5N, R11W, IN-
TERSECTS THE
NORTH SIDE OF THE
RED TOP LANE AND
RUN THENCE S 81 DE-
GREES 00 MINUTES
00 SECONDS W
ALbNG THE NORTH
RIGHT OF WAY LINE,
421.49 FEET; THENCE
N 00 DEGREES 00 MI-
NUTES 42 SECONDS E
ALONG THE EAST
LINE OF LANDS BE-
ING DESCRIBED IN
OR BOOK 857, PAGE
0852, A DISTANCE OF
53.89 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGIN-
NING; THENCE 89 DE-
GREES 23 MINUTES
39 SECONDS W, 20
FEET; THENCE N 00
DEGREES 00 MI-
NUTES 00 SECONDS,
E, 10.96 FEET;
THENCE S 89 DE-
GREES 58 MINUTES
14 SECONDS E, 2.0
FEET; THENCE S 00
DEGREES 00 MI-
NUTES 40 SECONDS
W, 10.94 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.
A LOT OR PARCEL OF
LAND LOCATED IN
JACKSON COUNTY,
FLORIDA AND BEING
MORE PARTICULAR-
LY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COM-
MENCE AT THE
POINT WHERE THE
EAST LINE OF, THE
SW 1/4 OF SECTION
36, TSN, R11W, IN-
TERSECTS THE
NORTHSIDE OF THE
OLD COTTONDALE-
MARIANNA ROAD
(ALSO KNOWN AS
RED TOP LANE) AND
RUN THENCE SOUTH
81 DEGREES 00 MI-
NUTES WEST, ALONG
THE NORTHERLY
SIDE OF SAID ROAD
258.0 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGIN-
NING; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 81 DEGREES
00 MINUTES WEST,
ALONG THE NORTH
SIDE OF ROAD, 163.5
FEET THENCE RUN
NORTH 86.0 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH
81 DEGREES 00 MI-
NUTES EAST 91.65
FEET;THENCE RUN
NORTH 01 DEGREES
50 MINUTES 39 SEC-
ONDS EAST 319.75
FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 87 DEGREES
50 MINUTES EAST
108.5 FEET; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 06 DE-
GREES 50 MINUTES
WEST, 401.3 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING AND CONTAIN-
ING ONE, ACRE MORE
OR LESS.
A/K/A
3684 REDTOP LANE
MARIANNA, FL 32446
at public sale, ,to 'the
highest and best bid-
der, for cash, at the
North door of the
Jackson County
Courthouse at 11:00
a.m., on February 25,
2010.
DATED this 28TH day
of January, 2010
Any person claiming
an interest in the sur-
plus from the sale, if
any, other than the
property .owner as of
he date of the lis
pendens, must file a
claim within 60 days
after the sale.
In accordance with
the American with
Disabilities Act of
1990, persons need-
ing a special accom-
modation to partici-
pate In this proceed-
ming should contact
the ASA Coordinator
no later than seven
(7) days prior to the
roceedings. If hear-
ing impaired, please
call (800) 955-9771
(TDD) or (800) 955-
8770 (voice), via
Florida Relay Service.

Witness my hand
and sea of this court
on the 28th day of
January, 2010.

DALE RABON
GUTHRIE
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT

By:/s/Beverly
Hatcher
BEVERLY HATCHER
Deputy Clerk
LF14858
INVITATION TO BID
Bids will be received
by the Jackson Coun-
ty School Board, Ma-
ranna, Florida, until
2:00 p.m., Tuesday,
March 9, 2010 in the


Administration Build-
ing Conference
Room, at which time
and place all bids re-
ceived will be public-
ly opened and read
aloud for furnishing
all labor and materi-
als for the construc-
tion of:
NEW AGRICULTURAL
BUILDING SNEADS
HIGH SCHOOL,
SNEADS, FLORIDA
FOR THE JACKSON
COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD MARIANNA,
FLORIDA
All work shall be
done according to
plans and specifica-
tions prepared by
Paul A. Donofro and
Associates, Archi-
tects, 2910 Caledonia
Street, Marianna,


Florida 32446. Plans
are on file and open
to inspection in the
office of the Archi-
tect, 2910 Caledonia
Street, Marianna,
Florida. Plans are al-
so on file in the fol-
lowing plan rooms:
F.W. Dodge Plan
Rooms, Tallahassee,
and Pensacola, Flori-
da.
Drawings and speci-
fications may be ob-
tained from the of-
fice of the Architect
at Post Office Box
861, 2910 Caledonia
Street, Marianna,
Florida, 32446. Gener-
al Contractors may
obtain one (1) set of
documents upon
$125.00 deposit,
which will be refund-
ed only tothose sub-
mitting a bona fide
bid and returning
said documents pre-
paid, in good condi-
tion, within ten (10)
day after receipt of
bids. General Con-
tractors requiring
more than one set,
subcontractors, sup-
pliers, or others may
purchase a full set of
documents for $75.00
per set, non
refundable.
Partial sets will not
be sold to major
subcontractors, (me-
chanical, plumbing
and electrical). Sup-
pliers and other
subcontractors may
purchase drawings
and specifications at
the rate of
$2.00/sheet of draw-
ings and 20t page of
specifications.
Bidding documents
will be sent UPS, col-
lect, unless 'other-
wise specified.
Each bid must be ac-
companied by a bid
bond, or a cashier's
check, made payable
to the Jackson Coun-
ty School Board, Ma-
rianna, Florida in the
sum. of 5% of the
base bid as a puaran-
tee and with an
agreement that the
bidder will not re-
voke or cancel his
bid or withdraw from
the completion for a
period of thirty (30)
days after the open-
ing of bids, and that
in the event the con-
tract is awarded to
the bidder, he will
within ten (10) con-
secutive days after it
is submitted, enter
into written contract
with the Jackson
County School Board
in accordance with
the accepted bid. The
cost of the bond will
be included as part
of the bidders base-
bid proposal.
NOTE: There will be a
Pre-Bid Conference
and attendance will
be mandatory for all
General Contractors
who plan to submit a
bid for this project,
see Section B "In-
structions to Bid-
ders", Paragraph B-
16.
The Owner reserves
the right to waive
informalities -in any
bid, and to reject any
or all bids, or to ac-
cept any bid and any
combination of alter-
nates or separate bid
prices that, in their
judgment, will be to
the best interest of
Jackson County
School Board.
. JACKSON COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD
BY: /s/ Lee W. Miller,
Superintendent
Jackson County
School Board
Marianna, Florida

LF14827
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAl. CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO: 32-2008-
CA-000790
WACHOVIA BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOANNE SMITH, ET
AL

Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45'
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to
the Summary Final
Judgment in Foreclo-
sure dated January
27, 2010 and entered
in Case No. 32-2008-
CA-000790 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the 14th
Judicial Circuit in and
for Jackson County,
Florida, wherein
WACHOVIA BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION is Plaintiff and
JOANNE SMITH:
AS THE UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
JOANNE SMITH, IF
ANY; DISCOUNT
CARS OF MARIANNA
INC. D/B/A DIS-
COUNT CARS, INC;
ASSOCIATES FINAN-
CIAL SERVICES COM-
PANY OF FLORIDA,
INC; are the
Defendant(s), I will
sell to the highest
and best bidder for
cash at the NORTH
DOOR OF THE
COURTHOUSE of the
JACKSON County
Courthouse, in JACK-
SON County, Florida,
at 11:00 s.m., on the
4th day of March,
2010, the following
described property
as set forth in said
Order or Final Judg-
ment, to wit:


COMMENCING AT
THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF SECTION
36, TOWNSHIP 4
NORTH, RANGE 9
WEST, JACKSON
COUNTY, FLORIDA;
THENCE N 89 DE-
GREES 37 MINUTES
30 SECONDS WEST
6.50 FEET TO THE
CENTERLINE OF
STATE ROAD NO. 275;
THENCE S 00 DE-
GREES 06 MINUTES
WEST ALONG SAID
CENTERLINE 15.0
FEET; THENCE N 89
DEGREES 37 MI-
NUTES 30 SECONDS
WEST 50.0 FEET TO
THE POB; THENCE S
00 DEGREES 06 MI-
NUTES WEST ALONG
THE WESTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY OF
SAID STATE ROAD


275, 210.0 FEET;
THENCE N 89 DE-
GREES 37 MINUTES
30 SECONDS WEST
210 FEET; THENCE N
00 DEGREES 06 MI-
NUTES EAST 210
FEET TO THE SOUTH-
ERLY RIGHT OF WAY
OF A COUNTY ROAD;
THENCE S 89 DE-
GREES 37 MINUTES
30 SECONDS EAST
210.0 FEET TO THE
POB.
TOGETHER WITH
THAT CERTAIN 1981
GREA MOBILE HOME
VIN#GDLCFL3181515
7A AND
GDLCFL31815157B
Street Address 6195
OLD SPANISH TRAIL,
CYPRESS, FLORIDA
32432
Any person claiming
an interest in the sur-
plus from the sale, if
any, other than the
property owner as of
the date of the lis
pendens, must file a
claim within sixty
(60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS my hand
and the seal of the
Court this 29th day of
January, 2010.
DALE RABON GU'
THRIE

BY: Beverly Hatcher
as Deputy Clerk
LF14848
INVITATION TO BID
Jackson County
School Board is ex-
tending an invitation
for bids to perform
all work associated
with the HVAC Re-
placement Phase
Ill-West at Graceville
Elementary School,
Cottondale High
School, Marianna
Middle School,
Cottondale Elemen-
tary School, County
Administration Of-
fice, and Bus Barn.
Drawings and speci-
fications will be
available from
Watford Engineering,
Inc., 2872 Madison
Street, Marianna, FL
32448. A $100.00 de-
posit per set will be
required payable to
Watford Engineering,
Inc. Deposit will be
refunded upon return
of complete usable
sets within 2 weeks
of bid date.
All bids must be
clearly marked with
the Project Name
and Bid Date and
must be delivered to
the Jackson County
School Board Office,
2903 Jefferson Street,
Marianna, FL 32446
prior to the Bid
Opening which will
be held at 2:00 PM on
March 4, 2010 In the
Board Meeting Room.
Bids will be opened
and read aloud at
that time.
The Owner reserves
the right to accept or
reject any or all bids
and waive technicali-
ties.
LF14833
INVITATION TO BID
Jackson County
School Board is ex-
tending an invitation
for bids to perform
all work associated
with the HVAC
Replacement-Phase
III at Riverside E.S,
Grand -Ridge School, -
and Sneads HS.
Drawings and speci-
fications will be
available from
Watford Engineering,
Inc., 2872 Madison
Street, Marianna, FL
32448. A $100.00 de-
posit per set will be
required payable to
Watford Engineering,
Inc. Deposit will be
refunded upon return
of complete usable
sets within 2 weeks
of bid date..

All bids must be
clearly marked .with
the Project Name
and Bid Date and
must be delivered to
the Jackson County
School Board Office,
2903 Jefferson Street,
Marianna, FL 32446
prior to the Bid
Opening which will
be held at 2:00 PM on
February 25, 2010 in
Board Meeting Room.
Bids will be opened
and read aloud at
that time.
The Owner reserves
the right to accept or
reject any or all bids
and waive technicali-
ties.


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LF14860
Notice of
Special Meeting
On Tuesday, Febru-
ary 23, at 4 PM, the
Jackson County
Board of County
Commissioners will
hold a special meet-


ing to discuss Emer-
gency Operations
Center Air Quality at
2864 Madison Street,
Marianna, Florida.
Other matters may
be addressed as pre-
sented. The Board's
regular meeting will
begin at 6 PM.
In accordance with
the Americans with
Disabilities Act, per-
sons needing a spe-.
cial accommodation
to participate in this
meeting should con-
tact the Administra-
tor's assistant no lat-
er than 5 days prior
to the meeting. The
Administrator's as-
sistant may be con-
tacted at 2864 Madi-
son Street, Marianna,
FL, 32448, (850) 482-
9633, or (800) 955-
8771 (TDD).


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Bulldogs

take two

from Liberty
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High
School Bulldogs baseball
team started their regular
season with a pair of wins
over Liberty County at
Bulldog Field on Tuesday
afternoon.
In junior varsity action, it
was a 6-1 win, with the var-
sity defeating the Liberty
County Bulldogs 9-2.
In varsity action, it was
junior Dustin O'Hearn get-
ting the start on the mound
for the Bulldogs.
O'Hearn went 2 1/3
innings, giving up two runs
on three hits, and three.
walks.
Sophomore Austin
Branch came on in relief,
giving up no runs on no
walks and one hit, while
striking out five in 2 2/3
innings.
Alex Bigale allowed only
one walk with no runs in the
sixth inning before senior
Colby Johnson came on to
strike out the side, in the
seventh.
Liberty County gave up a
total of nine hits, committed
one' error, and recorded
eight strikeouts.
Offensively, Johnson and
O'Hearn led the team, both
going 3-for-3 with a walk.
Alex Bigale capped off
the sixth inning with a one-
out grand slam.
Bannerman was 2-for-2-
on the night. -
In junior varsity action, it
was Jae Elliott getting the
starting nod on the mound
for the Bulldogs.
Elliott went three innings,
giving up one run on two
hits and one walk while
striking out four.
Madison Harrell came on
to close out the final three
innings, giving up no runs
on one hit and one walk
while fanning three.
The varsity Bulldogs will
be at home Thursday when
they take on county-rival
Graceville with first pitch
slated for 5 p.m.
Junior varsity will take
the field at home on
Thursday against Holmes
County with first pitch
scheduled for 3:30 p.m.

Risk vs. reward
in figure skating
and halfpipe
BY NOAH TRISTER
AP SPORTS WRITER
VANCOUVER, British
Columbia Two athletes,
two sports and two differ-
ent plans for impressing the
judges. Evan, Lysacek seems
inclined to play it safe,
although he might need
something special to come
from behind in his figure
skating long program. Kelly
Clark is ready to gamble
again, but it cost her dearly
four years ago in the half-
pipe.
NBC will air the men's
figure skating free skate and
the women's halfpipe in
prime time Thursday at the
Vancouver Olympics, and in
each event, competitors have
a choice. Do they try for a
high degree of difficulty, or
perform moves they know
they can finish cleanly?
S"I've spent a lot of time
working on every aspect of
training," Lysacek said. "For
me, each stroke I take, each
jump, each step, each spin is
equally important."
SLysacek, the two-time
U.S. champ, trails Evgeni
Plushenko of Russia heading
into the final skate.
Plushenko was the only con-
tender to land a quad in the
short program.
"The quad is necessary,
that is my opinion. Some
people might say that we
should do other things, but in
my opinion not doing the
quad will be going back-
wards in time," Plushenko


said. "In the '80s, skaters did
doubles, then we started
doing triples, then triple
axels, then the quad."
Lysacek, however, said he
isn't likely to try a quad in
his free skate. He won
worlds without one last year,
although Plushenko wasn't
there.
"I used to really enjoy
training the quad, and I
thought it was really impor-
tant to try it in every compe-
tition," he said. "But several
times I fell. Then I brokemy
foot, and it became less fun
and more scary."


GRMS remains perfect


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Grand Ridge Lady Indians
softball team improved their record
to 2-0 in both 'A' team and 'B'
team action Monday afternoon
with two wins over Holmes
County.
The wins came on their home
field, with the 'A' team winning
11-0 and the 'B' team following
with a 15-4 win.
In the first game, the 'A' team


had Alayna Weiss in the circle, and
she went the distance, giving up no
runs on one hit and one walk,
while fanning seven through five
innings of play.
Kristen Johnson was the stand-
out offensively yesterday, going 3-
for-3 at the plate with two runs
scored.
Micah Williams was 1-for-1
with a walk and two runs scored,
while Brooke Williams crossed the
plate twice in her 2-for-3 outing.
Going 1-for-3 was Jenna Poole,


Weiss, Shelbi Byler, and Morgan
Gainer, who scored two runs, with
Weiss and Byler both scoring one
run.
Grand Ridge picked up one run
in the first inning of play before
adding consecutive four run
innings in the second and third
innings and capping off the after-
noon with a two-run fourth inning.
In the 'B' game, the Lady
Indians won 15-4 over the visiting
Lady Blue Devils.
Following the game, Grand


Ridge coach Tony Gurganus said
he was pleased with both teams'
effort.
"Our defense was solid today
and we hit the ball well," the coach
said. "Alayna did a good job for us
and Kristen did a good job at the
plate."

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