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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 23, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
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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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Volume ID: VID00241
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Victims, accused were neighbors


MGA beefs up

security in response
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The teenager arrested on two counts, of
"murder Saturday was a neighbor of victim
Christopher' paniel Odom, according to
Marianna Police Chief Hayes Baggett..
LaMarquis Dewayne Powell, 18, was
arrested Saturday after he turned himself in
after learning there was a warrant for his-
arrest. Police continue to search for a sec-
ond suspect in the shooting deaths of
Odom, 36, and his step-brother, Michael L.
Smith, also 36.
In addition to the two murder counts,
Powell was also charged with failure to
appear orn an'original charge of driving
without a license. His bond was set at $2
million Monday: .


Odom and Smith
were, killed late'
Thursday night. Both
were. shot in Odom's
apartment at
S Mariantia Garden
Apartments. One
was pronounced
dead at-dte scene ,
Sand .h t ,ether after
being' tansported to
LaMarquis a hospital.
Dewayne Powell Smith 'was living
temporarily, with
Odom 'and Odom's two sons while he
looked for'a place of his own. Previously,
Smith had. lived on Railroad Street in
Cottondale. ,
Odom lived in building H, apartment.12.
Powell lived in an adjacent building, in'
apartment F-1, 'Baggett said.
Police allege that Powell and another
main entered the apartment intending to
commit a robbery, and that Odom and


Smith were shot when they resisted.
Odom's children, 7 and 12, were at home
when their father and uncle were shot
down around 10:30 p.m., Baggett said.
The children have been turned over to
the care of relatives, and the Department of
Children and Families is providing needed,
services.
Baggett said his agency is being assisted
in the case by the Jackson Count) Sheriff's
Office, the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement, the State Attorney's office
and the Medical Examiner.
Royal American Management, represen-
tative .Clinton Adams. who manages
Marianna Garden Apartments, said
Marianna Garden Apartments is respond-
ing to the tragedy with a new security
schedule.
i* PTrior to the incident, Adams said one
off-duty police officer was oil the grounds'
four days a week to provide security.
Now, the complex will have one officer
on duty Sunday through Thursday. and two


on Friday and Saturdays, until further
notice.
"We hope it will help deter crime,"
Adams said, speaking of the new seven-
day security schedule.
Royal American took over management
of the complex in March 2009, as the com-
plex was being criticized for the high rate
of crime and other problems'occurring
there.
Security officers \ ere added, but as calls
,regarding trouble decreased, over time,
security was scaled back to a degree.
. Adams, said beefing it back up is ani
attempt to respond appropriately in the
\\ake of the killings. % which occurred'when
no security officer was on duty.
Authorities ask that anyone with infor-
mation in the case call the Marianna Police
Department at 526-3125 or CrimeStoppers
at 526-5000. A reward of up to $1.,000 is
available for information leading to the
arrest and conviction of the parties respon-
sible.


Propane.

truck

overturns

on wet road
I STAFF REPORT
The Florida Highway Patrol
reports a propane truck over-
turned Monday afternoon on
Sewell Farm Road. However,
the driver was uninjured.
According to the high ay
patrol, SteveaBarefield, 29, of
Graceville was traveling north
on -Sewell Farms Road
Monday at about 1, p.m., when
the right tires of the propane
track he was driving drifted on
to the shoulder.
Heavy rains over the past
several months have w weakened
the shoulder, according to the
highway patrol report. The
shoulder '-gave, way and
dropped below the level of the
road, preventing the driver
from getting the right w heels
back on the road.
As the shoulder collapsed,
the propane truck turned oler
on to the right side and came to
a rest, according to the high-
way patrol. The.truck sustained
an estimated $1.500 in dam-
ages, but highway patrol did
not state whether or not the
tank ruptured.:


Fire bus home twice in same day

,BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER keep an yeon things as a pre-
,t, FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER caution.,'
,.Already out, of work a few days
A stubborn, fire that reignited to take, care of funeral arrange-
twice has .left a Greenwood ments for. a family member,
woman and t% o of her children,' McClain left, her daughter. in
Looking for'a place to live while' charge and went to work.
their home is rebuilt. Some time later, she got a call
C Officials said the fire is from a neighbor, who said her
believed to ha'e started when the home at 5181 Marcus Drive was
..on fire,-again ':
Noman's son left a pot of grease on fire,eagain. reWsin the
on a hot sto'e unattended. ,This time, he fire wasin the
Although external damage to the ceiling, possibly the result of hot
home appeared to be minor, ash 'in the attic, The fire depart-
homeowner Gail MNlcClain said ment rettirned to put out the sec-
she's been told her dwelling will ond blaze. McClain said the fire
have to be reconstructed, department came back a third
NMcClain said she had just time to attack another hotspot.
.taken an out-of-town relauve to A single parentand an assistant
colka urighme, McClain,
the airport that day and had come cook at nursing home, McClai
home to rest before going to said she will probably have. to
.work. rent a place for a while, but she
She had lain down for a short has insurance and willrebuild.
nap when she heard something She will be able ,to salvage
o hi-o ,M ost of her beo g n s sh
:pop. She got up to investigate and t.st of her belongings, she
saw a cloud of dark smoke in the thinks. but will eventually need a
kitchen. Then she saw fire in the new stove and refrigerator. Cash
stove hood. She took the smoking donations would be welcome, she
pan and there" 'it in the sink. said.
She. the children and their five- Sl~d'can be reached at 334479-
week old puppy got out safely 3009.
and the fire department was sum- Capt. Chuik Sawyer, Jackson
o ioned. County Fire MNarshal, said resl-
Firefighters doused the rela- dents should be especially mind-
tively minor blaze quickly and ful that fires related to cooking
checked with a thermal imager-' are the leading cause of home
'for more sigis of trouble, but fires ih the United' States. He
Gail McClain talks about the damage caused by a fire Sunday to could detect nothing more.
her home ip Greenwood. Mark Skinner / Floridan They left. telling the family to. See FIRE, page 4A


Art Delacroix works on the Jacob city well Monday., Mark Skinner / Floridan.


Water woes for Jacob residents


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jacob water customers were without water from
early Saturday night to late Monday afternoon.
All 84 households on the system found their.
faucets running dry just before 8 p.m. Saturday.
The system seemed to groan and shudder as it
shut down, according to Kyrel Roulhae, a resident
of the town who heard the noise when she was rak-
ing leaves at home that evening.
City Manager Riley Henderson said Monday that
the problem is a malfunctioning motor, The motor
powers the pump, which draws water out of the*


ground and sends it into a tank for distribution to
customers. The motor burnt up, he said.
The city installed a temporary motor around 4
p.m. Monday, so that it can serve customers until
the old motor can be repaired or replaced.
Even though the water started flowing again, res-
idents will' be on a. temporary "boil water" notice
until the water can be tested to determine whether
contaminants entered the system.
That's a danger when pressure is lost. The water
is QK to use for bathing, Henderson said, but it
shouldn't be consumed directly or used for cooking
See JACOB, Page 4A >


Schoolers jump for fundraiser


STAFF REPORT
First and second graders at
Golson Elementary School in
Marianna raised more than
$1,200 Friday in their annual
"Jump Rope For Heart" event.
The. money goes to the
American Red Cross in assisting
families touched by heart-relat-
ed health problems. More than
500 children participated, each


jumping in several one-minute
rounds. The jump-a-thon was
held on the school's physical
education field. Kindergarteners
watched, getting some tips from
their uppper classmen so they
would be ready when their turn
came. Joining the children were
a few brave teachers who also
jumped for the cause, said
Golson PE teacher Garyn
Waller.


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Contact Us.
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Mailing Address:,
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
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Marianna, FL 32446
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by that portion of the advertise-
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whether such error is due to the
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knowingly accept or publish illegal
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which expresses preference based
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Community Calendar events via e-
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submissions.


Community Calendar


February 23 Tuesday The Southeastern Community Blood
Grand Ridge School Black History Center mobile unit will be at Jackson Hospital
.,Program celebrates Black History Month, "'in Marianna, 12:30-4:30 p.m.; and at
9:30 a.m. in the school's new gym,, 6925 Marianna Latter Day Saints, 5-7 p.m., or give
Florida St. in Grand Ridge. blood,-at the center, 2503 Commercial Park,
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave. Drive'fn Marianne Mornday-Friday, 9 a.m. to .
in Marianna, is having a Half-Price Sale Feb. 6 p,m. Call 526-4403.
23-March 4, Tuesdays and Thursday only. Sneads High School Class of 2013 will
Call 482-3734. have a "Sweet 16"'meeting,.5 p.m. in the West
Christine Gjilbert teaches free quilting, Florida 'Electric Sneads Branch meeting
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1 room, to discuss plans for the January 2011
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens event. Call 209-2036. 1 ,
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call The Jackson .Hospital Board of Trustees.
482-5028. 'convenes for its regular board meeting at
Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sew 5:30 p.m. in the Community Room of the
is every Tuesday evening, 6-8 p.m. in the, Hudnall Building. '
First United Methodist Church Youth Hall,
Clinton Street, behind the IMarianna Post February 25 -Thursday
Office. Call 272-7068. : A groundbreaking ceremony for the new
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting Jackson County Health Department at.4979
Tuesday, .8-9 p.m. at the First United, Sykes Blvd. in Marianna,(just off Caverns
Methodist Church, 2901. Caledonia St., Road) begins at 10 a.m. Call 526-2412. .
Marianna, in the AA room. Jackson County Senior Citizens .host
healthy Heart Day, IOa,m. to 12 p.m. at,2931
February 24 Wednesday Optimist Dr. in Marianna. Free cholesterol.
Tri-County Community Council's Jackson screenings, blood pressure checks, refresh-
County community meeting is 8 a.m. in the ments,.door prizes and tips for heart-healthy
conference. room of Graceville Elementary- living. Call 526-3577 or 482-5028..
School, 5331 Alabama St., Graceville. A rep-",. St-.Anne .Thrift Shop,:,4287 Second Ave.
resentative of the low-income will be elected in Marianna, is having a Half-Price Sale Feb.'
to serve on the Councrl's board of directors. 23-March 4, Tuesdays and Thursday only..
Call 1-800-395-2696 or 547-3688. Call 482-3734.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax AARP Tax-Aide; Marianna, offers free tax,
.return preparation and e-filing services for, return preparation, and e-filing services for
0low- and middle-income persons, with ..-:ow- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer- emphasis oi.persons over 60, in the confer-
ence .room of the Jackson County -ence' ;room r of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave. in Agricultural office 2741 Pennsylvania Ave. in
Marianna, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Services continue Marianna, 4:30-7:30 p.m. Services continue ,
Wednesday mornings through April 14. For 'Thursday evenings through April 15. For an
an appointment, call 693-0873. appointment, call 693-0873.
Jackson, County Habitat for Humanity; *,, Jackson County Schools Superintendent
Warehouse is open Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 3 Lee Miller will conduct a town hall meeting,
pi.m. 5-6 p.m. in Graceville Town Hall. Citizens
Chipola College business instructor Lee welcome to meet district staff, ask questions.
Shook and student volunteers provide free Call 482-1200.
tax preparation and electronic filing sim- The Jackson County Library Book Club
pie, individual returns only from 10 a.m. meets at 6 p.m. in the library branch on
to 2 p.m. Wednesday through early April. Green Street in Marianna. Selection: "A Land
Other times available by appointment. For Remembered" by Patrick D. Smith. To partic-
faster refunds, bring a personal check (with ipate, drop by the library to register.
routing information). Call 718-2368. The 35th Annual 'Florida Peanut
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting Producers Association Membership Meeting
Wednesday, 12-1 p.m. at the First United is at the Jackson County Agriculture Center,;
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,' 2741. Pennsylvania Ave. in Marianna. All
Marianna, in the AA room. .. peanut growers and spouses are invited.
The Jackson Hospital Foundation's Heart .Registration begins at'6:3(0 p.m.followed by,
Awareness Month Lunch & Learn is at. noon a smoked steak dinner.,.
in the Hudnall Building Community Room, '* Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion
with Anna Brunner, ARNP of Internal .- Thursdays,. 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Medicine Associates. Tickets, $5, available at Methodist .Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
the door. Limited seating. Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limit-,


ed to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

February 26 -. Friday
The Sneads FFA Alumni Association
EasterFood Drive kicks off at lunchtime
today, at, McDaniel's Grocery' in Sneads.
"Food tubs' at McDaniel's Grocery and
Grand Ridge Town Hall will be used to collect
,donations through March 27. All food collect-
ed will go to the Chipola Food Bank in.
Marianna, to give several families a nice
Easter meal. .
The.Chipola College Black Student Union
invites surrounding communities to join
them in celebrating Black History Month with
dinner and festivities 6-8 p.m. in the Chipola
College Continuing Education Building S,.
College Street, Marianna.
Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts The.Gathering Place' for Single Adults
(50 and up), 6 p.m. every fourth Thursday of
the month at Jim's Buffet and Grill, with
music, .activities and speakers. Love offer-
ings accepted; proceeds go to area charitable
projects/organizations. Call 526-4561.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
'meetings ,to' "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" Fridays at
'Evangel Worship Center, 2645 .Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time.
guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able. Call 209-7856, 573-1131..
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
.Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at. the, First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

February 27 Saturday
The Sneads Relay for Life Team and
Marianna Area Runners Club (M.A.R.C.) host
a 5K race/walk and 1 mile fun run in Sneads
Park,- to raise money aind awareness for the
American Cancer Society. Registration: 7-
7:45 a.m. Race:'8 a.m. (Fun Run after the 5K).
Entry fee for 5K: $15 per person (First 100
entrants'get a free t-shirt). Entry fee for one
mile fun run: $10, all ages. For a $50 dona-'
tion, sponsor's name can appear on back of
5K t-shirt. E-mail starryoung@hotmail.com.
The Annual Marianna Garden Club Tree
Sale is 8 a.m.-4 p.m. at Grocery Outlet, 4230
.Lafayette St.; Beall's Outlet, 4747-B Highway
90; and the Marianna Woman's Club at 2902.
Caledonia St. Five varieties available.
(Dogwood, Redbud, Southern Magnolia,
Crepe Myrtle and Shumard Oak) f6r $1 each.
Friends of Florida.Caverns Park sponsor a
birding field trip to 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.


POLICE ROUNDUP


Getting It
Ri htl

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


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol,
lowing incidents for Feb.
21, the 'latest available
report: One hit-and-run,
one highway obstruction,
one. physical disturbance,
one verbal disturbance,
one burglar alarm, nine
traffic stops, one larceny,
three noise disturbances,
one car in a ditch reported,
one fraud, one retail theft
and one assist of another
agency.-

JACKSON COUNTY.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and county


Fire Rescue listed the fol-
lowing incidents Feb. 21,
the latest available report:
Three accidents, six suspi-
cious vehicle reports, one
suspicious person, three
physical disturbances,
S- three verbal
Sd i s t u r -
n bances, one
n fire, one bur-
'.shI VI_ glar alarm,
three reports
of shooting in the area, five
traffic stops, one criminal
mischief complaint, two
civil disputes, one trespass
complaint, one, suicide
attempt, one animal com-
plaint, one assist of another
agency, three public serv-
T


ice calls and one
threat/harassment com-
plaint.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The fJlowing people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
Caleb Harris, 27, 2098
Admiral Road, Cottondale,
possession of a controlled
substance.
Charles Thompson,
49, 1712 Church St.,
Marianna, two counts of
forgery. ,
Jenny Lawrence, 27,
4237 Allen St., Apt. A,


Marianna, battery (domes-
tic violence).
Marcus Holland, 21,
4237 Allen St., Apt. A,
Marianna, battery (domes-
tic violence).
Robert Cloud, 35,
3029 Sand Ridge Church
Road, Grand Ridge, aggra-
vated battery (domestic
violence).
Thomas Graham, 48,
1455 West Lawrence
Harris Highway, Slocomb,
Ala., driving under the
influence.
Carlos Mendez-
Gomez, 18, 227 West
Orange Ave., Defuniak
Springs, no driver's
license.


Sandy Santiago, 20,
4475 Highway 71,
Greenwood, possession of
less than 20 marijuana,
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Lamarquis Powell, 18,
2933 Milton Ave., Apt.
Dl, Marianna, two counts
of murder, failure to
appear (no driver's
license).

JAIL POPULATION: 192

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


TIDES
Panama City Low- 3:37AM High- 5:11 PM
Apalachicola Low 6:02 AM High 9:25 PM
Port StC Joe .Low 3:03 AM High 5:02 PM
Destin Low 4:14 AM High 5:35 PM
Pensacola Low -4:48 AM High 6:08 PM
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodrpff 52.51 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blouritstown 14.83 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 11.15 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryvie 10.45 ft. 12.0 ft.


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MHS grad wraps up training


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Army Pvt. Benjamin C. Cramer
has graduated from the Direct Fire
Infantryman One Station Unit
Training at Fort Benning, Columbus,
Ga. The training consists of Basic
Combat Training' and Advanced
Individual Training.
During the nine 'weeks of Basic
Combat Training, the soldier received
,training in drill and ceremonies,
weapons, map reading, tactics, mili-


tary courtesy, military justice, physi-
cal fitness, first aid, and Army histo-
ry, core values and traditions.
Additional training included develop-
ment of basic combat skills and bat-
tlefield operations and tactics, and
experiencing use of'various weapons
and weapons defenses available to the
infantry crewman.
The Advanced Individual Training
course is designed to train indirect.
fire infantry soldiers to employ, fire
and recover anti-personnel and anti-


tank mines; locate, neutralize and
extract mines; map reading and
ground navigation; operate and main-
tain communications equipment and
radio networks; construct and camou-
flage mortar firing positions; operate
and maintain mortars and fire control
equipment for individual/crew served
weapons firing positions.
He is the son of Marie and stepson
of Larry Warden of Marianna.
The private is a 2004 graduate of
Marianna High School.


'Bye Bye Birdie' tickets on sale Wed.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Tickets go on sale ,Feb.
24 for the Chipola College
spring musical "Bye Bye
Birdie."
The opens a five-day run,
March 10. The show plays
nightly at 7:30 p.m., with a
Sunday, March 10 matinee'
at 2 p.m.
Chipola Theater director
Charles Sirmon recently
dast local actors in the fol-
lowing roles: Aven Pitts as
Albert Peterson, Kyndall
Covington as Rose
Alvarez, Ben Grande as:
Conrad Birdie, Austin
Pettis as Mr. Hafry'.
MacAfee, Piper Williams
as Mrs. Doris MacAfee,
Sara Lovins as Mrs. Mae-
Peterson, Madison Wester
as Gloria Rasputin,
Christina Lopez as Mrs.
Merkle, Vanita Turner as
Mayor's Wife, Matthew
VanBuren as Mr. Johnson,
Seth .Basford as Charles F.
Maude, Kayla Todd as Kim
MacAfee, Cameron
Hitchcock as '- Hugo
Peabody, Emily Harrison'
as Ursula Merkle;,. Joe.
Evans as Harvey Johlson,


Brenna Kneiss as Sad Girl
I and Grace Bailey as Sad
Girl--2 Birdie Fans,
Shriners, Parents,
Policemen, Sweet Apple
Citizens are Madison
Wester, D.R. Forrester,
Brenna Kneiss, Mark Lent,
Jacob Beasley, Clayton
Touchton, Tabitha
Shumaker, Sara Jean
.Hargis, Allie Brockner,
-Alex .Watson, Stacia
Springer,, Gracie Wallace
and Grace Bailey.
For ticket information,
call 718-2220.

Tickets goon sale Feb.'
24.for the Chipola
College spring musical
"Bye Bye Birdie." The
opens a five-day run,
March 10. The show
Splays nightly at 7:30
S p.m.,.wit-h a Sunday,
March 1 0 matihee at.2
p.m. Pictured clockwise,
from left, are: Evan
Barber, Kayla Todd,
Austin Pettis and Piper
Williams-'For ticket in or-
mation,' call -718-2220.'
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The Chipola College men's
and women's. basketball
recently raised $1,000 in
the fight, against breast
cancer. Perry and Young
Attorneys donated pink T-
shirts or the Pink Zone
game at Chipola. The
Marianna ._High School
SGA was also a partner in'
the project. Funds were
donated to the Kay Yow
WBCA Cancer Fund in
memory of NC, State,
women s basketball coach
Kay Yow'who'died of
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from left, are Chipola
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Lane, attorney Chris Young
and Chipola men's assis-
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MMS honor roll
Marianna Middle School recently announced the
honor roll for the second nine-weeks.
Sixth grade
A Honor Roll Jose Alvarez, Evan Barber, Logan
Baxley, Jenna Cartwright, Alexus Cody, Madalyn
Daniels, Madison Daniels, Katie Everett, Jonathan
Franklin, Sydney Holland, Jaquiainna Hughes, Faith
Long, Lea Marlowe, Cayla Martzall, Christian Mclntire,
Briana McKeen, Garrison Melzer, Karlee Milton,.
Natalee Milton, Alexis .Parish, Alexis Pueschel, Sam'
Rodenbach, Madison Schrenker, Megan Schrenker,
Angela Smith, Tristan Suberano, A'Dajah. Swilley,
Kayleigh Temples, Austin Torbett, Quaid Vanhuss, Sara
Grace Wallace,
A-B Honor Roll D-Keyah Adams, Rebecca
Almaswari, Ryan Anderson, Kaneesha Baggling,
Yasmine Bellamy, Bonnie Bigale, Hannah Blount,
Brandon Boykin, Kiley Bryan, Kourtney Chambliss,
Krista Christensen, Alexis Clayton, Cortessia Daniels,
Dazhonna Dawson, Alexander Edwards, Jamarquay
Garrett, Amy Gearhart, Shelton Gilbert, Seth Gilmore,
De'Aryll Green, Layton Hanlon, Jared Hendrix,
Nicholas Holguin, Joshua Isler, Keely Johnson, Jordan
Klotz, Johnathon Lamb, Makaila Lipford, Sadie Mayo,
Tanner McCoy, Kayla McDonald, Hunter Mengerson,
Taylor Mercer, John Michels, Carly Miller, Haley
Montellanos, Daniel Morales, Tommy N1guyen,
Kanausha Oliver, Neel Patel, Alyssa Perkins, Vivian
Pollocks, Tyler Redmon, Kaitlyn Renegar, Trey Rivera,
Anna Roland, Matthew Shouse, Morgan Sikes, Natera
Sims, William Smith, Steven Spence, Christian Staley,
Christy Thompson, Cole Tipton, Zachary Trotman,
Alexis White, Tommy White, Dylan Williams, Carlee
Wilson.,'
Seventh grade
A Honor Roll Wyatt Bachelier, Lexie Basford,
Annalise Brockner, Mikayla Brooks, Terrance Brooks,
Jeb Bruner, Nattamon Chiitanadilok, Ariana Domen,
Hannah Jackson, Shelbie Johnson, Hampton Jordan,
Alyssa Klotz, Charles La Fontaine, Brianna McCaffery,
Colleen Mears, Madison NeSmith, Shelby O'Connor,
Re-Shaun Patton, Sophia Pereda, Natasha Smith, Jared
Standiford, Jordan Strader, Darbey Sweeney, Dustyn
Sweeney, John Touchton, Libby Vamum, Kayce Ward,
Garrett Williams.
A-B Honor Roll Caroline" Adams, Carley Allen,
Forrest Allen, Emily Anderson, Ashlyn Baer, Codi
Bailey,. William Braxtori, Michael Caudill, Trent
Charles, Cindel. Cobb;, Destiny Combs, Jake Daffin,
Birandon Donaldson, Rivers Donaldson, Haint.aDonofro,
Sheridan Dryden, Abbie Dudley, -Darian Dukes,
Jeremiah Emanuel, Isaac Fanchette, Dustan Gay,
Laurence Glover, Brandi Griffin, Taylor Hansford,
Cianna Harris, Regan Harris, Allie Hinson, Austin
Hunter, Bryan Johnson, Alexis Kendall,; Jennifer
Komegay, Teon,Long, Megan Marley, Tyler McAllister,
Brittany Mejia, Anastasia Mitchell, Alexi, Nix, Galen
Olds, Chelsey Pettis, Shamari Pittman, Maggie Powell,
'Lacey'.Roberts,. Taniyah Robinson, Alexis; Scharlach,
Debra. Self, Skylar Skipper, Jordan Smith, Garrett
Speights, Kista Thorsby, Emily Vinczan, Maxwell
Williams.
A Eighth grade
A Honor Roll Katy Barfield, Levi Cobb, Vallen
Driggers, Gray Gilimore,' Biianna Godwin, Rache'
Granberry,. Nic .Helms, 13o ,,Hughes, Hannah Isler,
Shanna Letner, Hannah Lowenthal, Kendall Lowery,
Daniel Martinez, Randyn McMillan, Ashtin McMullian,
Dylan Meeks, Katrina Milliser, Keionna Mitchell, Faith
Moore, Katy Moss, Jasmine Mount, Betty Ni, Trent
Nobles, 'Reagan Oliver, Janki Patel, Milan Patel, Mary
Pittman, Dakota Raines, Caroline Rogers, Clifford
Smith, Riby Stephens, Hailey 1ew, Shayli Th.arp, Megan
Tillman, Landon. Tumirnie, Savanna Wynn, Masha
Yaroshenko, Madison Zimmerman.
A-B Honor ,Roll Christina Alderman, Jasmine
Alonso, Tiara Anderson, Colin Barrentine, Cody Baxter,
Alli-Ann Bigale, Seth Blackburn, Quay Brigham,
Kenyotta Brown, Alex Bunting, Caitlyn Carpenter,
Aliviah Castillo, Iman Coleman, Kristina. Collins,
Roderick Copeland, Maddie Craven, Amber Daniels,
Gary Davis, Sarea Davis, Ashley Delameter, Demontray
Edwards, Savannah Gandy, Madison Gullett,. Jordan
Hussey Michelle Kilpatrickt Justin Klotz, Chelsea
Kuhajda, Jaime Lentzsch, Brittany Marley, Kate Mayo,
Christina McKeen, Mallory Merrifield, Kaydee Nance,
William Newman, Joey Perry, Tavarius Perry, Lyle
Phelps, Tori Porter, Forrest Simmons, Andrew Shouse,
Blake Sims, Marlena Smith, Timothy Snyder, Matthew
Suggs, Plinio Tuta, Blake Waters, Cheyenne Welch,
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music faculty. The group also.competed in Solo Artist competitions and performed in concert. Pictured from left,
are, front row, Dr. Daniel Powell, Steve Ozbun of Dothan, Kari McConkey of Bonifay, Garrett Reed of Cottondale;
second row, James Matthews of Lakeland, Dr. Josh Martin, Bryan Whitfield of Marianna, Lynnsey Prevatt of
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Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332


James Braxton Christopher
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Mr. James Braxton, 83, of
Cottondale passed away on
Monday, Feb. 22, 2010, in
Jackson Hospital.
Arrangements are incom-
plete and will be an-
nounced later by Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.








Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059

Ronald
Gregory
Gunnels

Ronald Gregory Gunnels,
54, of Ozark, Ala., and for-
merly of Cottondale,
passed away on Saturday,
Feb. 20, 2010, in the Dale
Medical Center in Ozark.
Services will be Tuesday,
Feb. 23, at 2 p.m. in Ma-
rianna Chapel Funeral
Home, with the Rev. James
Watford officiating.
Interment will follow in
Sthe Riverside Cemetery,
Marianna. "
A time of visitation will
be held one. hour prior to
service time.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.







Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059





Leonard
Jerrel Kent

Mr. .Leonard Jerrel Kent,
67, of Alford passed away
on Sunday, Feb. 21, 2010,
at his home.
Mr. Kent was born on
Dec. 1, 1942, in Kynesville,
to the late Jesse Kent and
Florilla Pearl Green Kent.
He moved to Texas in 1961
and had recently moved
back to Alford. He was a
Protestant, had served his
country in the Army, and
enjoyed working with
wood and fishing.
Mr. Kent was preceded
in death by his parents,
Jesse and Florilla Kent; anid
three brothers, Travis Kent,
Tom Kent and Jesse "Jay"
Kent.
.He is survived by, his
wife, Margaret Ellen Kent
of Alford; three sons, Bruce
Kent of Friendswood,
Texas, John Kent and his
wife Victoria of Ft. Bragg,
N.C., and Raymond Kent of
Alvin, Texas, one. brother
Herman Kent and his wife
Janie of Round Lake; three
sisters, Bobbie Barnes of
Alford, Betty Miles of
Graceville, and Patricia
Sewell and husband Wade
of Birmingham, Ala.; one
sister-in-law, Ludie Kent of
Alford; six grandchildren,
Amanda Slaughter, Jerry
Senn, Ashleigh Kent, Me-
linda Kent, Paige Kent and
Chase Kent; three great-
grandchildren, Aaron Gon-
zales, Andrew Slaughter
and Sara Slaughter.
Services for Mr. Kent will
be at 10 a.m. on Thursday,
Feb. 25, in the Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home with
the Rev. Donnie Hussey of-
ficiating. Interment will fol-
low in Alford Cemetery.
Family will receive
friends one hour prior to
services.
Marianna Chapel Funer-


al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.


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Christopher Odom, 35, of
Marianna passed away
Thursday, Feb. 18, 2010, at
his residence.
Arrangements will be an-
nounced later by James &"
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332




Bill Parramore

Bill Parramore, 72, of Ma-
rianna passed away Satur-
day, Feb. 20, 2010. *
He was born in Chester,
Pa., to the late Sarah and
Courtley Parramore.
He was preceded in
death by his brothers, Jim
and Charlie Parramore.
He,is survived by his wife
of 51 years,' Betty Sue
Parramore; daughter
Suzette Parramore of Talla-
hassee; and son Paul
Parramore of Provo, Utah.
Bill received his Associ-
ate of Arts degree from
Chipola College, a Bachelor
of Science degree from
Florida. State University,
and a master's degree from
Troy University. He was an
Army veteran, having
served in Berlin, Germany
during the Berlin Crisis. Bill
was employed by Sunland
Center for 36 years, and
served in many leadership
positions during this time
before retiring as assistant
superintendent.,
Funeral services will be
at 10 a.m. Thursday, Feb.
25, at the First Baptist
Church of Marianna, with
Dr. Shannon Eads and the
Rev. Ronnie Wright offi-
ciating. The family will re-
ceive friends one hour pri-
or to service at First Baptist
Church. Interment Will fol-
low in Pinecrest Memorial
Gardens with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
do3t Chapel directing.
Flowers will be accepted,
or memorial contributions
may be made to the Florida
Special Olympics or to the
American Cancer Society.
Adams Funeral Home
18034 Main St. North
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-5449
adamsfh.com


jerolaIN.
"Jerry"

Phillabaum

Jerold N. "Jerry"
Phillabaum, 72, of Marian-
na passed away Saturday,
Feb. 20, 2010, in Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital after a
very short bout with can-
cer. He was born Oct. 8,
1937, in Dayton, Ohio, and
was a Protestant.
He became a policeman
at 18 in.Miamisburg, Ohio,
and continued that work in
the nearby village of West
Carrollton, Ohio, where he
was sergeant for many
years.. He then had his own
logging and truck opera-
tion in Piqua, Ohio, but de-
veloped very serious oral
cancer.
After recovery, he moved
to southern Florida and
owned a home
pressurized-cleaning busi-
ness. He and his wife Don-
na owned and drove. a
straight truck for three
years, hauling expedited
freight, and owned the lo-
cal Blue Springs Apart-
ments. His heart was al-
ways in police work, so he
became a security officer
until his illness. He was the
officer for the Social Secur-
ity office in Marianna for
some time.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, Vir-
ginia and Lawrence
Phillabaum, and his broth-
er, James Phillabaum, all of


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Piqua, Ohio.
Jerry is survived by his
wife, Donna Jean (Ray)
Phillabaum, whom he
knew since high school; a
son, James Phillabaum and
his wife Regina, of Yelm,
Wash.; three daughters,
Crystal Reed of
Miamisburg, Ohio, Dr.
Sheri Phillabaum Ellzey
and her husband Roy, of
San Antonio, Texas, and
Kelly Turner and her hus-
band Craig, of Piqua, Ohio;
a stepdaughter, Bobbie
Frenton and her husband
Steve, of Marianna; a niece;
nephews; and numerous
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.
Memorialization will be
by cremation. Donations
may be made to Covenant
Hospice, 4440 Lafayette St.,
Suite C, Marianna, FL
32446, if desired, or to a
dog rescue unit of your-
choice. Adams Funeral
Home is in charge of the
arrangements, 850-674-
5449, adamsfh.com. '







Corey-Kerlin Funeral
Homes-& Crematory
940 Cesery Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32211
904-744-8422
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Eugene
"Geno"
Powers

Eugene "Geno" Powers,
78, of Jacksonville died.
Feb. 18, 2010. He was born
Nov. 25, 1931, in Mount
Ash, Ky., to the late Lee
Ander and Dessie. Moses
Powers. Geno was a devout
son, husband, brother, fa-
ther and grandfather. He
served his country proudly
with the Army during the
Korean War, in which three
of those years were as a
prisoner.
After the Korean War, he
completed his GED, at-
tended Cumberland Col-
lege and received his Bach-
elor of Arts degree in eco-
nomics 'from Carson-
Newmari College. While re-
siding in Fernandina Beach
he was employed by Con-
tainer Corporation of
America. In 1973 he moved
his family to Jacksonville,
where he worked as an in-
surance agent, retiring
from Liberty National Life
Insurance Company.
He was a dedicated mem-
ber of The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
He was- ordained a high
priest and became a tem-
ple worker and sealer in the
LDS Orlando Temple. He
also loved spending his
time reading and studying
the scriptures.
He leaves behind his wife
of 46 years, Myrtle Dixon
Powers; sons Michael and
Seth (Melanie); daughters
Angela and Jennifer (Scot-
ty); grandchildren; and
friends.
Visitation with the family
is Tuesday, Feb. 23,. at
Corey-Kerlin Funeral
Home, 940 Cesery Blvd.,
Jacksonville.
Funeral services are the
following day, Wednesday,
Feb. 24, 10 to 11 a.m. EST,
at The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-Day Saints,
7665 Ft. Caroline Road,
Jacksonville. Graveside
services are at the Jackson-
ville National Cemetery,
4083 Lannie Road, at 12:30
p.m. EST.
In lieu of flowers, the fam-
ily request donations be
sent to the VAMC Palliative
Care Program, Attn: Dr.
Leslye Pennypacker, 1601
Southwest Archer Ave.,
Gaineeville, FL 32608.





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rianna passed away Thurs-
day, Feb. 18, 2010, in Jack-
son Hospital.
Arrangements will be an-
nounced later by James &
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STAFF REPORT

A boil water notice
issued Sunday for parts of
Marianna was still in effect
as of mid-afternoon
Monday.
City officials were await-
ing lab results from sam-
ples taken Sunday and
Monday morning.
A water main broke
Sunday, causing a drop in
water pressure for certain
areas. A drop in water pres-
sures leaves the lines vul-
nerable to contaminants. "
SThe boil water notice
applies to areas west of
Orange Street to


Pennsylvania Avenue,
between U.S. Highway 90
and Cedar Street, and to
any other area experiencing
abnormally low or no water
pressure.
Officials advise residents
in the affected areas to
either bluy bottled water or
observe the boil notice for
all water used for drinking
or cooking. A rolling boil
of one minute is considered
sufficient.
For those who can't boil
water, officials suggest the
use a disinfecting chemical.
Put eight drops of common
household bleach about
an eighth of a teaspoon -


into a gallon of tap water,
shake it, and allow it to
stand for 30 minutes before
drinking. If the water is
cloudy, use 16 drops, or
about a quarter-teaspoon,
shake it again, and let it
stand another 30 minutes.
There should be a slight
chlorine odor.
Use common household
bleach that has 5 to 6 per-
cent active ingredients. Use
food grade containers.
Don't use bleach that has
perfume scents added.
Residents can also use
water purification tablets or
iodine that many sports and
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offered some tips to help others avoid If you do try to fight the fire, be sure
them. others are already getting out and that they
To prevent cooking. fires, be alert. If are calling the fire department.
you aresleepy, have been drinking alcohol, If there is an oven fire, turn off the heat
dr have taken medicine that makes you and keep the oven door closed.
drowsy, do not attempt to 6ook. If a small grease fire starts in a pan, put
Stay in the kitchen when you are frying, on an oven mitt and slide a lid over the pan
grilling, or broiling. Do not leave food to smother the flames. Turn off the burner
cooking unattended. and leave the pan covered until it is com-
Keep anything that can catch fire away pletely cool.
from'the stovetop. Make sure your home has working
If a cooking fire develops and you are smoke alarms on every level of the house,
in doubt about how to handle it, just get out inside each bedroom and outside the sleep-
of the home and call the fire department. ing areas.


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until lab results declare it safe.
City officials were planning to post boil
water notices door-to-door, and possibly to
also spread the word by phone calls and
through local churches.
According to Henderson, the city sus-
pected something was amiss as early as
last Wednesday, when a noise similar to
the one Roulhac described was heard dur-
ing a city council meeting.
The trouble comes just six months
before Jacob's brand new water system is
expected to be up and running, an upgrade
which will make the old pump obsolete.
Meanwhile, the city may have to buy a
new motpr to serve during the current sys-
tem's final' days, if the old motor is
irreparable.
Henderson said the city asked the con-
tractor working on the new system to
- check out the old one once the noise was
heard Wednesday. However, the crew was
not able to get to it before Saturday's total
shut down.
Roulhac and many other city water cus-
tomers have been borrowing water from
their friends and neighbors who aren't on
the city's system. But Roulhac broke down
and bought a commercially bottled supply
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on Monday.
Roulhac said she became increasingly
leery of hauling water in buckets;
microbes might be lurking in the bottom of
the pail. Besides, the water would spill in
her car and the buckets weren't exactly
light.
Still, she was grateful to friend Janene
Robinson for the emergency supply.
Robinson, who has faucets outside, invited
anyone who needed it to come get water
from her outdoor faucets anytime they
desired. She doesn't know how many took
her up on it, but was glad to offer it.
"I told them they were more than wel-
come," she said. "It's hard, doing without
water. I would have thought they would
have at least declared an emergency and
gotten the people some water in here."
Roulhac agreed. "You can't drink, bathe,
or cook, and I'm getting frustrated," she
said Monday before the repair was com-
pleted. "It seems to me like they aren't
moving fast enough. Toting water isn't any
fun."
Henderson said Monday that the city
had planned to contact someone for an
emergency water supply if changing the
motor hadn't worked.


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BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Bulldogs, junior,
varsity baseball team is 2-1 on the.
season after falling to Holmes
County on Thursday and bounc-
ing back t6 win against Walton
Friday night at Bulldog Field.' "'
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BY SHELIA MADER .
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Middle -School I
baseball team dominated Thursday e'
Optimist Park with a solid 23-2 v
Freeport.
Tyler Colson got the start on the
and' went two innings, giving up on
two hits and one walk, with fou'
going down on strikes.. . -
, Zack Johnson closed out the tl
final inning, giving up one run on no
two hit batters. .
- Marianna plated 12 runs in the firs


s take down Freeport

.. adding 11 in the second. Helmns was 1-for-2 with a walk and two runs
.The bats, were hot for the Bullpups, with 17 scored.
hits recorded on the evening. Reid Long was Following the game, coach Hunter Nolen
Bullpups 4-for-4 with a triple and three singles. was please with the. perfect 5-0"record in his
vening-at Trenton Nobles also went 4-for-4, all singles. first year of coaching baseball.
wih over Slugger Jonathan Sikes was 3-for-3 and just a "This is just a fantastic, great group of play-
homerun shy of the cycle; he added a sac fly ers and I just want to say I've got two great
e mound to left field to score a run. Also going 3-for-3 ., assistants," he said. "Dustin (Miller) and.Troy
e run on on the night Kody Bryan, who had two sin-' (Clemnons), bring so much to the table with
r batters gles and a double. all their experience and success on the base-
Tyler Colson got the job done on both sides ball, field, coming up through M.E.R.E. and
'ird and of the field'with a perfect on-base percentage, Marianna High School, they relate super with
hits and racking up two hits and two walks in four, the players. The players all respect them and
p, plate appearances. Andrew Shouse scored their knowledge of the game. The program is
t inning, two runs after being issued two walks. Nic, what it is because of everybody's effort.".

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Bianca Jarrett shoots against Northwest Florida. The Lady Indians
lost the last: gimeof the season in Tallhassee Saturday. -Mark Laschy Page dribbles in during a recent Chipola
Skinner/Floridan season matchup. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


basketball game. The men's team lost in their final


Chipola men, women fall in final games


ByDUSTINKENT ....
FLORIDAN SPORTS EbITOR :
The Chipola men's and women's bas-
ketball teams ended their seasons Saturday
night with road losses to Tallahassee.
The TCC men defeated Chipola 67-64,
rallying from eight points down with seven
minutes to play. ,
Juevol Myles led the Eagles with 20
points, with Marvell Waithe adding 18,
and Bernard James 'nine points and nine


..rebounds. Chipola was 'led by 'Keith'
Dewitt's' 12 points and 12 rebounds, 'with
Dexter Ellington adding 11, and John
Taylor 10.
The Indians led 26-20 at halftime, and
, 57-49 late in the second half, but the
Eagles went on an 8-0 run to tie the game.
A free throw and a 3-pointer by Waithe
put TCC on top for good at 64-60.
The Eagles had already clinched a berth
in the state tournament, but a 63-60 victo-
ry, by Northwest Florida State over Gulf


Coast 'orin Saturday night dashed TCC's
hopes for a Panhandle Conference cham-
pionship, clinching it for the Raiders.
NWF State finished league play at 10-2,
with TCC at 9-3.
Chipola, which will not be in the state
tournament for the first time since 2002,
wrapped its season up at 19-9 overall and
4-8 in the Panhandle.
The Lady Indians fell 76-63 to the TCC
women, who clinched a berth in the state
tournament with the win.


, Mansa El led Tallahassee with 19
points. Porche- Bentley added 16, and
Samantha Smith and Consola Palmer each
scored 11.
.'Bianca Jarrett scored 32 points for
Chipola in the loss, with Ty O'Neil adding
10.
TCC improved to 18-6 with the win, fin-
ishing the conference season in third place
at 6-6.
Chipola ended at 1-11' in league play
,and 11-17 overall.


Grand Ridge girls improve to 8-1 Lauy


BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Grand ,Ridge Lady Indians softball
team improved to 8-1' on the season, with a
conference road win over Chipley Rouhlac
Thursday evening, The Lady Indians: took
the 5-3 win behind the pitching of Alayna
Weiss.
In the top of the first inning, Brook
Williams and Jenna Poole laid down back-
to-back bunt singles. With two outs,
Mallory McDaniel singled in Williams,


before a ground out ended the inning. Weiss
retired the side in order in the bottom of the
first.
In the second inning, Micah Williams had,
a two-out double, with Brandi Waldon fol-
,.lowing with a walk towset up a two-RBI sin-,
gle by Brooke Williams. Weiss again sat the
Lady Tigers down in order in the bottom
half of the frame.
Leading 3-0 in the third inning. Shelbi
Byler led off with a single, and scored on a
single by McDanielto make it a 4-0 ball-
game. Rouhlac picked up one run in their


half of the inning to narrow the deficit to 4-
Grand Ridge countered with a run in
top of the fourth inning, due to a pair of s
gles by Micah Williams and Broo
Williams. Rouhlac answered with a run o
single, a walk and an error.
, The Lady Tigers shut' down the La
Indian offense, and added a run of their o
in the bottom of the fifth inning. The Gr
Ridge defense held on to take the victory
, The Lady Indians are 3-0 in conferem
play, and will take on Vernon today a
p.m. at Grand Ridge.


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Port St. Joe
BY SHELIA MADE
FIORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Middle School
Lady Bullpups softball team con-
tinued their winning ways
Thursday night with two wins on
the 'road against the Port St. Joe
Sharks.
In the "A" team game, Brianna
Willis took the circle and picked
up the 7-6 victory. Willis allowed
six runs on 10 walks, two hits and
two errors committed behind her.
The Lady Bullpups were led in
offense by Shaniah Spellman and
Reagan Oliver, who were both 2-
for-4, with Oliver'also picking up
a walk. Oliver and Spellman both
scored two runs. Alli Ann Bigale
was close behind, going l-for-3
with two walks and two runs
scored.
In "B" team action, the Lady
Bullpups picked up a 16-4 victo-
ry. Reagan Oliver got the win,
with Bonnic Bigale coming on to
close out the game. The two
pitchers combined allowed four
runs on two hits and five walks.
Oliver led the team offensively,
going 2-for-3 with two runs
See SOFTBALL, Page 6A >


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Hope For Haiti
Marianna Stryders and
Marianna Runners Club
have joined forces to
raise money for Convoy
of Hope, which exists to
feed millions of people
'in need in the United
States and around the
world.
A 5K Fun Run/walk
will be held today at
Citizens Lodge Park on
Caverns Rd. in Marianna
from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Registration cost is
donation only, and 100
percent of the money
raised will go to Convoy
of Hope to send clean
drinking water and other
supplies to Haiti.
Registered participants
will also receive a "Hope
For Haiti" wristband.
There will be music
and refreshment.

Youth Wrestling
Team Dynamic Youth
Wrestling Club Will .be
starting practice on Feb.
23, at 6 p.m. at the old
Marianna High School
Wrestling room on
Tuesday and Thursdays.
Wrestlers can sign 'up
for the' club at the first
practice. All kids ages 5-
18 are welcome to join.
For more information,
please call coach Ron
Thoreson at 272-0280.

5K Fun Run .
On Feb. 27, the Sneads
Relay for Life Team and
Marianna Area Runners
Club will host a 5K
race/walk and 1-mile fun
run in Sneads Park to
raise money and aware-
ness for the American
Cancer Society.
Registration is from 7
a.m. to 7:45 a.m., with
the race beginning at 8
a.m. The Fun Run will be
after the 5K. Entry fee
for the 5K is $15 per per-
son, and $10 for the Fun
Run. All ages may par-
ticipate. For a $50 dona-
tion, sponsor's name can
appear on back of 5K t-
shirt. E-mail starry-
oung@hotmail.com.

5K Fun Run,
Marianna.. Probation
and Parole, and the
Chipola chapter of Phi
Theta Kappa will spon-
sor a 5K Fun Run bene-
fitting the Special
Olympics on March 6 at
Citizen's Lodge..
Registration begins at
7 a.m., and the 1-mile
walk/run starts at 8 a.m.
The 5K race starts at
8:45 a.m.
Cost for the 5K race is
$20 prior to March 3, and
$25 the day of the race,
while it is $10 for the 1"
mile walk/run.
All net proceeds bene-
fit the Special Olympics.

5K Race
There will be a 5K run
at Torreya State Park in
Bristol on March 13
from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Proceeds from the race
go to buying vaccina-
tions to give to the
needy.

Sneads Project
Graduation
The Sneads Project'
Graduation Committee
will hold a 5K run/walk
and a 1-mile Fun Run on
March 20 at Sneads Park
from 7:25 a.m. to 10:25
a.m. All proceeds will go
t Sneads Project
Graduation to keep sen-
iors safe on graduation
night.

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In Friday night's game, drew a one-out walk and Golden coming on in mid-
the -Bulldogs defeated the scored on a triple by Mason die relief before, Adam'
Braves 4-3. Chris Godwin Melvin, to tie the game at DeWitt closed out the
-got the start, going .three three. Madison Harrell sin- game. -
innings, giving up three gled, followed by a walk to Bradly Middleton led the,
runs on four hits and three Adam DeWittt, setting the Bulldogs in offense, going
walks. Shayne Blanton stage for Taylor Strauss' 2-for-4 with one run
came on in relief for two sacrifice to score Melvin scored, followed .by
innings, giving up no runs for the win. Austin DeWitt, Madison Harrell,
on one walk and no hits. Lombardo led the Bulldogs Davis, Austin Lombardo,
Bradly Middleton closed offensively, going 2-for-2 and Shayne Blanton all,
out the final inning, giving at the plate. '. picking up hits*.
up no runs on one hit while In 'Thursday"' night's The Bulldogs judrior var-
striking out two. games against Holmes sity hosted. county rival
With the game on the County, the Dogs fell 7-3. Sneads on Monday. Results
line in the bottom of the Zac' Davis started for. the. were not, available as of
sixth inning, Kaidd Golden Bulldogs, with Kaidd press time.


Softball Continued From Page 5A

scored. Hannah Spooner and Caitlyn were both 1-for-2 with two runs scored. Lexi
Carpenter were both 1-for-1, with Carpenter Basford was 1-for-3.,
being issued two walks and scoring three The Lady Bullpups game Monday against
runs. Taniyah Robison and Genesis Calhoun Port St. Joe was canceled due to weather.


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2009 NEWSPAPER'

CARRIER OF THE YEAR


DONALD OSTRANDER

Donald Ostrand-
er has been an inde-
pendent contractor,
for the Jackson County
Floridan Since May of
2008.
He purchases news-
papers from the
Floridan -and resells'
them to subscribers
in the Blue Spriig..
Basin area. Sifice he
contracted the route,
he has consistently
given outstanding
service to his subscribers and for 9 months out of 2009
had no complaints.
Donald and his wife Dora have lived in Jackson
County all their lives They raised two children, Berry
& Peggy Sue. Donald worked as subcontractor in the'
commercial flooring business for 35 years prior. He
served in the Marine Corps during the Korean war.


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announcements Hay&Grain J Hoesforale Boats ampers/Travel RVs/ampers Aviation Autombiles Automobiles Automobiles
Trailers Wanted forSale. for Sale forSale
Bahia seed for sale 4/2.5 Indian Spgs1946 Sport Pil ot
exc. germination Golf Cburse on, WErcop. .i-* Jaco '08 Eage Ercoupe. Surf: CHRYSLER '08 300 --
%Kendall Cooper Fairway. car r ., -- 291RLTS. 5 h wheel h tp://!www.dfn.com Sinature Series, va-
S334-703-0978, 334- garage, g deck, rear liv.ng. dual .- .eaachapterl193/'E 1 -nin, navigation. like
775-3749 ext. 102, screen porch, reclne-rs. free sland- s resq.ht or e-mail ne asking pay-offe ,.-.
7 or334-775-3423 $369k850-320-0470 ing table w,34 d-calr, p o fo r 212 hoo. 16.700. 334-470-8454
queen beo for more
Sea Fox '04S21ft, 140 no smoking or pets, 4a information. Infiniti 01 130 120K
Found real estate FSBO, 3BD/2BA TanSuzukir Ga Like new! only $28K Conquest 05' 29h. Flight Club Share '83 Acura '05 TSX96K Silver Loaded $5,395
rei al f e w/ST Y, DR Tandem traileeps losofex- Cessna 172 & 1823 Black 5 SPD Loaded West Main Car Sales
Found: Black Lab Gre RAND RM 0co &0 726-4835 Sabre b Pale etras, 11K mistake hangard in Mar. exc. $11,200 West Main LLC 1919 West Main
puppy found on Mad- W/FIREPLACE, K $8500 726 4835 by Paamino over payments 334- cond. $2000 850-569- Ca Salnes LLC St. 334-699-5880
son& Broad St. 850- w/BA UTIL. M, '08,28 ft 5th wheel 798-4462 Warranty 2969 1919 West Main St.,
482-8276 l NEW DECK, Campers/Travel camper, slides, 334-699-5880 Corvette '81
APPROX. 2210 Trailers a s,.clean; A
".in rAPR$, 0,210 Trailers a sacrifice @ $29k 850 | Auto Engines/ Automatic 350
I General Notices SQFT 9 593-5675 transportation Parts/Misc. (Silver) sell as is
-.803 GONZALES 14' New Enclosed a- c $ 80 $6000. OBO -
Need Telephone Apartments 334-790-7676 or 22 or tade 33' wt one14 Original 1965 Mus- 334-774-1915
Jacks INSTALLED? Unfushedfor an RV/ Travel slide in very good tang car parts for Fisher '07 710 60 hp JAGUAR '95 XJS
Please TC Smith Trailer/5th wheel/ condition.$8500. sale 334-393-9669 Mercury 4 str, fully 110K $12,495 GREAT
Is- 6 BR/1BA, apt., in C taIn '99-'04 with slide and 334-699-1319 BMW '01330ci 89k loaded, garage kept CLASSIS. WEST MAIN
S town. $450 mo. 850- pay difference. 850- Automobiles BMisc. e Etra Nice Less than Shrs. Warr. CAR SALES LLC
+ 1?-4 ic $ist Main -$ $8 b i ,9,875 334-699-5880.
Lost 573-0598f or morn 482-5631..; 7332 om /RVs CaSeeer $11500WestMain until 2013.$9,875 334-699-5880.
SaetLCB.. t3344Car Sales LLC OBO. 334-714-1543
Sh2005o Gulfstream t 1995 Buick Lasabre, 1919 West Main St. JEEP2'06 Wrangler,
LOST Sm nCallahulla R Wheel. ilieoui. concord Coachman C Custom V6, low mile- 334-699-5880 Ford'04 Crown Victo- soft top, 49K miles, 2
P nea r Betty Rd iHouses urniChed 5 29.000 O Motor Home.23' 4-W eage, 23,560 miles, BMW 0 ria LX, loaded, 55K door, auto, 4 wheel
in GR. Black white 850-48-256ng2700mi, Take $7000. 3301, black miles, drives like a drive. $13,500. 334-
n, spod Reward 3/1 Brk home 8m 29 Fleetwood1997 over payments.850 334-347-0619 /tan leather, auto- dream.$8700 321- 685-0846
85063 8 E of Malone, $575/mo fully self contained, 593-5103 matic, sunroof, good 231-6363. --

0canopy, great con 36f workhore chas- BMW '95 5301, fully
3/1 home for rentin 4 Wheeler 06 Yamaha tion $8,700. 334-797- sis 8.1 gas engine, loaded, 96K miles.
Marianna. Call for Raptor 700- w/Xtras17 22k mi., no smk, 7kw -, white. excellent con-
details 850-209-8759 Low hours. Very 5th Wheel, '06 36 ft. *gen.3 s, SAT, 2 TV, 2 edition $6.000 OBO
Austin Tyler &Assoc good cond. (334)791- Montego Bay, 4 A/C, auto leveling, R FORD '05 500 SLE. 334-703-3784Leus 00 E3
Quality homes.fo 81940 B slides&Dodge Ram ca. master Red, great cond. 47K Cadillac '77 stretch Ford '65 TBrd.auto. au Lxusu0IE30
rent 850- 526-3355 4x4 Plarisossy dually. Tow package '05 Jeep Wrange le miles, 6-CD sound limo. filed or parts 3904bl. slide steer- Loaled $.200 West
"Property Mgmt is system$10,500OBO $45034-67-8655 ing.69K mile.8.995 CrSales LLC
our ONLY Business"Oak camo edition. & Reese Hitch Unlimited, 41k mi, s34lem504i$8.99 Main Car Sales LLC
o334695.3550. 334-671-5051 or 19619 WetMinSt. .
Very powerful ATV. Asking $74,300. Autoair, 6 cyl,$75k 334695-3550Cadillac'94 334-797 -5051 or 1919 West Main t.
Jewery & Watches New 3/2 house 4 Automatic. w thumb 334-655-1100. w/jeep, $60k without 2006 Bad Boy Buggy, Infinity '97 J30 Fleetwood Broug-
Jew elry wind shield 2 g unIew 3/2 ho se A tom ti Fordt' 9bTaurus, i
rent. Compass Lk select 2wd or 4wd. jeep, both in great all electric, in Great 142,000 miles. ha. Top cond., fully Ford 93 Taurus, runs
area on 1.5-ac lot. Great cond. $2900.00 cond. selling due to Condition. Finished In $3,500., 334-687-7956 restored $5,200. OBO good. needs AC.
1 KT Diamond 850-573-0625 334-798-2857 health. 850-352-2810 Realtree Hardwoods. 334693980 2200.1-334-475-1723
SFull KIA '03 RIO, Blue, 57K w334- 693-3980 220013u 45I23B
Cluter Necklace w/ Houses Frshed Dirt ble Kawasadl I I Fleetwd. Bdr 07' 3- racks, winch front Miles, w/warranty, CHEVROLET '08
8 inch gold chain. Housesurn KX. tuned really y sylild. loaded CH/A basket, roof basket, new tires, LOADEDI Corvette convertible, K
Pd. $1,400. new at fa;r $130, 314 3689 fbp. wk horse, 8.1 and battery charger. $4,800 OBO229-334- Black, loaded, exc.
ay's asking $800. 2/2 home for rent, 216 Igas. 5.900 mi. $100k (334)585-9488 8520, 334-355-1202 cond., garagekept FORD- Brand Ne
Cash/Firm avail.3/1/10in CarriageCare 00 334898-1201 $55,000.334-692-5624 2010M ustang GT 2 LEXUS'02 RX 300 92K
334-790-4892 Bascom, For info call Honda '07 CRF80 32ft. 3-slides 2A/C, MERCEDES '97 E320 dr trans,bk $12,900 LIKE NEW
850-272-3210 Dirtbike, 100 hrs, 5.5 K Generator, 117K actual miles. Chevrolet '93 Cap- ext,blk int,2WD,850 WEST MAIN CAR
Miscellaneous trailer $1500 new pets, Exc. Cond. lent condition $7.000 miles, extra clean, (334)479-8028 1919 WEST MAIN ST
forSale Mobile Homes cond. 850-447-2859 $36,500 334-714-4001 334-687-3189 new tires. $4300. 334-699-5880
Miscellaneou for Rent 334-792 8018 Honda '03 Accord EX,
SHonda TRX 300 EX Cherokee Trailer '06 Mitsubishi '06 Raider 4-92 8 black, leather, sun- Lexus '08 RX-350
Stom wit ton of c- $ 33 Cab. V8, Loaded. 32K 4DR, AC. Low miles, $9,500. 334-726-1215 sunroofdualpower
ytems $400/mo +$400 dep cessories incl. Red 347-1887 or 334-449- Four Winds'99 14,500. 334-791-0646 GREAT GAS MILEAGE, seats 45,600 mi,
/wa4rae 850-592-5571 L.E.D.'s$2000.B.. 347188762 r 334449 Motor- home. 34ft. NICE CAR, LOW Honda '06 Civic, Gray $26,900 334-685-6233
$500-$1300. 2/1 Located n 334-805-0816. Excellent condition, r Automobiles 1 PAYMENTSI $300 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power.
SPPlOy0er-ge nger'06 i Fresz .n. Call 334.791 8243 Ask mileage &condition. Series 103K mi.
850-573-0308. 500, 4 x 4, w/lass for Steve Hatcher $9,900. 334-243-4166 w/reg. serve power
pet anima 2 & 3 BR MH Cdale windshield, fier-e maker, Water NISSAN 07 Tian 2003 Toyota Camry Chevy '05 Monte Ca windows & seats
$500 & up H20/ glass roof, winch, a/t heater, hydraulic OFF ROAD PACKAGE, XLE V-6,75Kmiles. AllII ust. paint Char. w. lumbar leather
S sewer/garb, incl. 589 mud & snow tires lacks. convect;on- NEW TIRES,NEVER power, sunroof, GrayManCust. ot.int. new tires adult
BEEN OFF ROAD OR AM/FM cuss.6 CD Gray Many gust. opt.
http://www 250 hours, used on microwavee oven- EEN MUD. SUPER AM/FM cass.6 CD Fr End Damage 4800 drive exc. condo.
charloscountryliving. farm only, runs per- COACHMEN '00 slide out. $25,500 CLEAN TRUCK Disc Changer, Red O 334-475-6267 onda '09 .port) $6,900. cash firm
com.850-258- fect. $6,500., 334-775- Prospera 5th WH, 334-718-0460, 718- ROCKFORD FOSGATE asking $10,000. Call or 475-0084 Honda Fit port) 334-790-4892
4868/209-8847 3037/334-695-0139 36.5', washer/dryer, 334-796-1513 or 334-loaded, low miles,
6500 Onon Gen. 0793 STEREO,REAR LOCK- 693-2099 ask for Chevy 1969 Camaro silver w/gray & black Lincoln Town Car '91
FreePetsPolicy 2 & 3 BRMHC'dale. $17,500: Husky 25 K IG DFF NG Chase. Z28 coupe orange inter., runs like new. V8 motor, mint cond.,
Your pet deserves a lo- $500 & upH20/ B s Hitch $750 250-951- M o 0 PACKAGE. ALSO ONext. black int. manual $15,900. 334-687-3171 burgundy, 39,390.
SHitch $750 250-951- Monoco Knight '06, AUTOTRADER.COM Datsun '78280Z 2+2, 4-speed$9000. New tires, nice int.,
r a g Fen a4 3a h3 mp Save $25K or more. 0 FOR MORE PICTURES original owner, 5 256278- yundai '96Elantra k h
2008fFisherr1754 Diesel 4slides,4300 AND INFOe22500 eedmdfuelinjected, 256-278-4276 Fair Cond. Needs
charloscountryliving. 40hp mercury, 4- "COUGAR '05 Camper mi ades edyx3@aolcom$2000. 334-897-5482.
response frm i co. stroke, mtr Trailer w/ slide, mi many upgrades miles, WHITEexteri- 180kmiles, some Trans. work with
whowillsellyoranimalfor 4868/209-8847 n mtr, loaded REDUCED! $159,700. 850-866- or, GREY interior, rust, runs but needs Ford 05Mustang V-6 DVD Ster:syst.$850 Malibu 00' needs
res each or breeding pur- 2BR/1BAird 565,TAC, $12,500 772- 631-5065 274 _4WD, $22,985 work. $2500 QBO 850- auto, 59K mi.$9,900. OBO 334-475-6267 or head gasket.$500.
poes scre en BR/1BA I Al bile pump, ive well (334)268-3900 579- 2136 Iv msg 334-798-2747 334-475-0084 334-237-1653
spondents carefully when $375 + dep 850- 579 bilge pump, live we, Dutchman '02Classic Phaeton, 07' 40ft.'4
ingaananimalaway.. 4622/209-1664/573- 334-798-0010 35 foot fifth wheel, slide-outs, 15K mi. I --.
1851 Caravelle -'0721'5" extra clean, no pets 350 CAT diesel,
2BR MH inGreen- Bowrider. 45 hours or smoking 2 slides, Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel
Bi BBRMees&ensh wod 2 w oruier. 50 Ms sleeps 8, 1.5 bath. gen. 4 dr. frig w/
ird, s wood, $425 water/ Mercruiser 35MP 334-796-8136 or 334- icemaker, W/D in
sewer/garb/lawncar @ 260 hp. Bimini top. 899-2025 icemaker, W/D in
e incl. 850-569-1015 Snap in carpet and motion satellite dish,
uail or Sale covers. A ton ofac- DUTCHMAN '06, 25' rear & side cameras,
flight condition 3/1 in Grand Ridge cessories included. Good condition. Home theater sys.
Ready for hunting $425/mo +$425 dep Call for all of the ex- Sleeps 6, Asking Leather euro recliner,
850-326-3016 850-592-5571 tras. Excellent condi- payoff. 334-794-8897 desk, King bed,
tion. $27,000.00 OBO. or 334-790-7918 Brake-Buddy for tow
3/2 DW $400/mo & (334)300-1122, car. Garage stored.
bDogs 2/2 SW $375, both in Many other options.
Malone, CH/A, no CROWNLINE'07, 210 $160,000. A el.ri yi.-l.Cl STU1rF.I tIj i .j i ll I:I.-J.Ie.. J r ta. T
3-Female Boston pets 850-569-2031 Bowrider w/wake 334-797-3617.
Terrier puppies board tower. 350mag 797-3617 10 GAL. AQUARIUM- 5 gallon Aquarium Dining Room Table FRYE ANKLE BOOTS- New lighted ceiling
300hp, like new,,-
ready to go Fe 21st. 3/2 in C'dale, no pets, 8 00 .33 4478 45 REDUCED* w/all accessories $20 w/pump& lid $20 w/starburst pattern Rusty color, NEW fan w/wooden pan-
$325. ea 334-648-6348 CH/A $425 850-258- $28,000. 334-470-8454 -" '03 Class A Monoco (850)592-2507 850-526-3426 & 4 chairs $100 850- Womens 8. $50 els $25 OBO 850-482-
AKC R sterd 1594 Iv message KEYWEST 17' 6" like Dutchmen 40 ft. La Palma. 2 slides. 526-3426(850)592-2507888
eie new, suzuki mtr 115 Travel Trailer06 1 bath. Loaded! 16 GAL AQUARIUM- Amyrlla for sale
Sheltie puppies, Born Inc. car dolley & 915 with All Accesories $15/doz. Discount for Dishwasher $40 Ginny Lind Crib
Dec. 28th, 2009. $350.' 3/2 MH all elec. hp 4 stroke gps fol 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, furnishings (dishes $40 (850)592-2507 bulk sales. Call Paul white, good cond w/mattress,$45 850- New MH pre hung
Sable/White.I -M & Water/sewer/garb/ ng mtr, cd/fm/am. 2Slideouts, Loaded, towels, etc.) K 12 850-255- 8 850-42- 4526 -3426 door, 76" x 34" $50
334-677-0900 5 re inc. ar550 $16,000. 334-347-1887cyl. gun $485 OBO 850 - La s 850-592-326
AKC Weimariner, just kes & 334-406-455ste er $65 850-569-2880 Beautiful Sofa table Doll buggy, antiuher of toPrinter Almost new Old Trunk,
hair male Chuaua Rent to Own2 & 3BR C A/FMtanw/glass inserts, replica, 14" tall paior includes cartridg8505923261 Fari
one female left, 13 i oliga Arrow 27ft 1915 Ithaca dbl steel great cond. $50 porcelain collection $50 (850)592-2507 wood/ceather/black/
334-432-09H.$00.' Pars -e, rlotr.,rh,:me '86, barrel 12 gauge shot- 850-557-0778 10 850-526-34262Ldy'w&4enteVc- 50-92-26
3-2 0i rwn,te.Auto.8 cyl. gun $485 OBO 850- Lady's &Gents Vic- 850-592-3261
Beautiful0 longarba ;Pow. brakes & steer- 263-2701 Black & floral Rec- Dress, mother of torian Chairs $300 for
hair male Chihuahua Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR ing, AC AM/FM, tangle or octagon bride, sz 8, tag still Pair 850-592-3261 Quilting Fabric &
pp ks oldCKC H s.Ltt runs well, lowmiles, 2007 Dodge Caliber rugs, $25/ea 850- on, teal beaded $25 Large Job Site Coh- Knits $1 each 850-
reg, shots & wormed For details 850-557- Sailboat76 CalFr a Fair cond. Has leak Slush MatC w/logo, 592-3261 850-272-2871 tractor Tool Box $150 526-3426
$325 850-209-0798 3432/850-814-6515 u30, 2 cyl. farmar die-l Franklin '05 ~er, ge s ,rr, ag. $5000. set of 4, like new, $40 OBO 850-272-8967
sel eng., Very low hrs 40'w/2 slide-outs, 8505262840. 850-482-5874 Chrome bug deflec-' Entertainment -- Rattan Swivel Rocker
CKC Mini Dachshund less than 250. Roller awnings, 2BR, garden tor for '04 '06 Ford Center- -Bookcase Like new elect. hospi- w/tan cushions $45
puppies, 2 males, 10 Townhomes furling, bimin, head tub with shower, 2 Brown book- or Mercury SUV, nevyw 6'x6'x16" LT.Oak Fin- tal bed $250 850-272- 850-526-3426
wks old, wormed, micro, fridge. Good W&D, CHA. Lots of RVs/Campers shelves, 70" high $90. 850-209-5294 ish $50 (850)592-2507 8967_
shots, health cert. cond. Docked @ Snug extra's. $20K. 334- Wanted $20/ea 850-592-3261. LITTLE BLACK Tanning Bed Bulbs,
Dame & Sire on site .2BR/2BA Harbor slip B-6. 334- 347-4626/333-0309. Collectable Campbell FREE: Sawdust, bag AMBO st Edition (over 800 hrs left)
$175 850I592-2852 32 cal. revolver, H&R Soup Dolls,orig.SAB-1&Ereadyrtohsof
ged &A redy670 to g. 1,00 1 39 Whitman Pub. $2
175 850-592-2852 TOWNHOUSES 673-0330. $15000. KEYSTONE '07 1990 Fleetwood Jam- model 632, Fitsin box/paprwor $50 850-592-9227 or 557- WhitmaPub. $8/ea or $250for all
S.E. ALABAMA clst MONTH FREE Copper Canyon 5th boree MotorHome; pocket $200 850- both 850-526-3426 2394 $35 (850)592-2507 348502095294
KENNEL CLUB call8-5. 850-209- 4 wheel, 2 slides, sur- 27 ft; Class C; Exc. 569-2194 Mauve velour wing-
Good Manners 8531/482-1050 "L 'f .. round sound, Ig. liv- Gas Mil. & Tires; Re- Contemporary table Fridge $125, white, back chair, perfect Toddler Car Seat,
Obedience, Rally ing area $27,500, built Trans.; $8,000; 32" color tv $100 w/drawers $25 850- good cond. 850-482- cond. $40 850-592- brown, nice condition
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( Automobiles Automobiles Motorcycles r Motorcycles Motorcycles0 (Sport Utility Vehicles) Wanted: LegalAds Legal NoticesLegal Notics
morale forSale obtain one (1) set tor's office not later
2003 YZ125, bought Ran '99 Rover HSE LegalNotices of documents upon than seven days pri-
S- new in 2005, $2000; 4.6,ullyloaded, 115K Corvair for parts $75.00 deposit, which or to the proceeding.
t 2007 YZF250, great mi., $5,500, Call (334) 1965-69 will haul off LF14858 will be refunded only
shape and wel main 797-0768 334-6786990 to those submitting a DALE RABON GU-
tained. $4000. Buy TOYOTA '06 Four INVITATION TO BID bona fide bid and re- THRIE
both for $5000. Runner SR5, 2wd, Trucks-Heavy Duty turning said docu- Clerk of the Circuit
334-726-3842 Honda 01' Reflex Yamaha 05 Vmax 59,700 miles, white, Bids will be received ments prepaid, in Court
'92 Goldwing, 60 Scooter maroon, anniv. edition in by the Jackson Couelncood condition, with-
tOTSchool Board, Ma- in ten (10) days after By: s/Bver y
Mazda 5, 07' Grand YOTA'08 Yaris 3D lexcel asg ,50 334- h/s/Beverly
6- M e w le red ex.aint 4-stroke, 249cc, 70 flame redexcel. a n $ 0 34 S Bod Mf
touring, exc cond re 10K M. under war- & running cond. mpg/mph $2100. cond., 6K mi., 1198 cc 796-3130 ranna, Florda, until receipt of bids. Hatcher
making warr. 48K ranty, greatgas mile- $7000 850-445-2915 205-310-5662 & incl. sissy bar, ____2:00 p.m., Tuesday, General Contractors Deputy Clerk
mi. black $11,500 age, loaded $12,500 leave message guard cover &trickle Trailers-Tractors March 9, 2010 in the q n more than 543
334-4452-802r256- 334-775-3028 FZ Suzuki 5079'col- .-- cjger. $6.200. 334- Adrninistration Build- one seAt, U
8026- lectors item, 1 cyl, 2 333-5854 or e-mail Bushhog 9044, field ing Conference s ntrato s
Mercedes '04 Benz stroke Scootemr, or- l 2 ke omcst.net rdy. h r kept Roo at wich time iers orsothers IN THE CIRCUIT
E320, sports pack- ange, exc cond, 10,50000.334- place allbids re- u e a full set of COURT OF THE
age, charcoal/black street legal. $1295. 347-4283 or 334-447- 08 Dodge RamlS500 opened and read er set. non JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
interior. 59K miles. 334-774-2521 334-774- 2572 Big Horn Edition aloud for furnishing rendable.AND FOR JACKSON
$17,000. 334-806-7190 2773 after 5 P.M. Gandy 4 row insecti- Black,2WD, 5.7 Hemi, all labor and materi- COUNTY, FLORIDA
Mercedes '06 R-350, HARLEY Davidson '01 dcide applicator Auto, Ony Bxxx Miles als for the construc- Partial sets will not
white w/tan leather, Road King Policew/double boxes, for $23,500.00 tion of-
as.05 Yamaha'07 VStar be sold to major CASE NO. 09-692-CA
sunroof, 3rd row 16,500 mies. White, Honda 05 tar two chemicals (334) 379-8733 subcontractors, (me-
seat, 99,300 mi. Toyota '09 Camry clean & shop kept VTX1300R/S Beauti- 1300 Tour, fuel inject- mounted on tool bar. 2008 F-250 Ford NEW AGRICULTURAL chanical, plumbing
$17900 334685-6233 Commuter car. $11000.334-774-3663 fuCand B a ed, cover & helmet, Good condition.$400. Lariat Exc. Cond. BUILDING SNEADS and electrical). Su CAPITAL-
$790 -5 21300 C estille una HARLEY DAVIDSON cessories. 8k miles, cruise control, load- 229-758-3146 or 229- 13,176 Mi. $36,000d IGH SCHOOL, pliers and other CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Mercedes 97' 5100 der warranty $16,900. '02 Fatboy with lots asking $5700 d, 5K., Like new! 400-5184Truck is fully loaded SNEADS, FLORIDA subcontractors may
Hd. top conv. 54K mi. 334-726-2972 of Chrome, Black, i850-57004FORTiEeACK!ONrpurchaseldradPlaintiff,
leather int. Wine col- of Chrome, Black, 0 $6,990. 334-714-4001 56 84. COUNTY SCHOOL and specifications sat
or 334-693-3980 VW '07 Rabbit, $10,250 352-303-2713 Honda '06 CTX 1300 $9b.ddy730ji9ta4e-px.m9 OR THJACSNN prhse ratin atf f
manual,34Kalloy Cruiser Like New INCOME BOARD MARIANNA, the r sp ate Of VS.
Mercedes 98'LK230, wheels,likey Harley Davidson '02 4200 Mi. $6600 OBO Scooters/Mopeds OPPORTUNI Chevrolet-061500 FLORIDA I 2N and20/ ae of
Mercedes 98o SLK230, wheelsw,$1180ike0. Heritage Classic, lots 334-806-1322 STAINLESS Silverado WT, ex- ings and 20/page of IN A L
leather, Hdtop Con- new, 800 of chrome, 16K miles, STEAL, DINER tended cab. Good All work shall be specifications. iANNAKOPULOS,
vert. Supercharged, 4 334-983-8399 $13,000.OBO. 334- Honda 06' Rebel Solid '05 Scooter, 90mpg, STYLE cond., $9,500. OBO done accordingto NADIA RAHBANI,
cy. Cd. 89K m1201 5882409/7989478 white w mi.nhid& 49cc Heav, Dutylow miles, CONCESSION 334-798-3352 plans and specfica- Bidding documents COMPASS LAKE IN
$9,500. Harley Dav dson 02' b 334-886- Must see, $1200 OBO mies TRAILER tions prepared by will be sent UPS, col- THE HILLS PROPERTY
Mercury 92 Grand Heritage Soa 02 $3000. OBO 334-886- Mustsee110 850-48 $1200 -77 OBO 39INCLUDES CHEVROLET '08 Paul A. Donofro and lect, unless other- OWNERS ASSOCIA-
Marcury 92 Grand.PrS Heritage Sohaike 3326new. to 34-714110 8504827739 GRIDDLE, HOT & 2500 Duramax LTZ Associates, Archi- wise specified. TION, INC., DWAYNE
Good.$_995_93.2142_many ext. to list HONDA '06 Shador, S tCOLD TRAYS, Loaded Z71 36K tects, 2910 Caledonia W. PARLEY, AMBER
'Nissan 05 Aliml 2.5 4.600 mi. $12.000 Candy Apple Red, 2.8 BOILING TRAYS miles, 4 door, Street, Marianna, Each bid must be ac- GOETZKE, and UN-
S, spt~,ed, 32kmi. VW05'BeeIle2nd 334235-2995 miles, LIKE NEW, TRIPLE SINK automanual trans- Florida 32446. Plans companies by a bid KNOWNTENANT(S),
owner runs & dr es HARLEY-2Davidson'03 $5,300229-334-8520, Chevy'04 Tahoe, $9,000. OBO mission, Like New are on file and open bond or a cashier's
like newREDUCED owner runs & drives HAREY Davidson 0 34-355-1202 LS Beige, 83000 334-389-2816 condition, black exte- to inspection in the check; made payable Defendants.
$11,900 850-482-2994 well for a 45 yr. old RoadKing, 95" state miles,PW, PL, rior, black interior, office of the Archi- to the Jackson .Coun-
car rit ,4WD, $37,000 tect, 291Q Caledonia ty School Board, Ma-
ca eds paint 2 secur ty, gpsoi HONDA '98 Valky ie Radio/CD, tinted Ullistoo 6000, field 334)726-1209 Street Ma rianna, Florida in the NOTICE OF SALE


Nissan '08Altima $280% complete. NADA lrmany extra's.i10 T ourer all original, 96 5421wdws, running bds, ready, shelter kept. Et. Cab Fi nma bePob days after the open- Court of the our-
25UNDERL, Black, 34,200 334-355-2400needs home m$10. Pea334-80350 white, load- Ka ki 09s, 45K mle ece ained fro th of- in of bids, and that teeth Judicial Cir-


LIKE NEW! $200 down asking $9,500.334- f r iaLkeN- $1000.ew250R334-347-4283 Ch cond. 11.400 o ofthe Aritect um of 5% of the c t
mi, bose stereo, arley D93-5454avdson 05' 334- 8 to-w8 ilcest r.un g 49.1000 85. r. so on file in the fol- base bid as a wuaran- cHAPTER 45
askingoofspoBle704Classics0&5Antiql g 54 lowing plan rooms: tee and with an
Ellis 334-714-0028 int. ver Chevelle Malibu le3,995.334692 3211 new tiresAT CONDITION Massee 240 Ferguson F81. 2910 Caledonia element that the NOTICE is given pr-
Blean, Like new. classic, mi lKawavelMe can ss erg o, ea e i
$15,000obo 1974 Chevrolet black, loaded, 900 custom 0 cA LA 4 00 -V 4 hrs. like new Rooms.t lahasseebidder will not re- suant to a Final Judg'
334-372- 0702 Aa, 94 Camaro0LT 350V8 $13,800.334-714-9377 mileswindshield. $9,800. 080 334-794 and Pensacola Flori- voke or cancel his ment of Foreclosure







334372 00 a CmrLT30V $38.34-19 miles. wind shied.3h will. b efund bid cor d wf dte W Ebr 3.I
334-432-0302. 4sp, factory ac, re- 702 8. saddlebags, red. Re-226 thebidc etithdraw for 2010datin CaseFebruar. 09-





1 storation project Harley Davidson 08 $36 00.334.6185966 3 f, Chevy 033Astro van E e ep otT rh ron t do
Nissan '08 Altima 80% complete NADA U Dtra Classicy12 000 692-3337or7965421 CHEVY '03 Slverado, Drawings and speci- a periodrof thirty (30) 692-CA, of the Circuit











curyTurnpikecruis- Electra Glideciassic -. greatcod 42 Ltpack.61Kactual 2,000 69-.7 bios. General Con-rPre-Bd Conference teJackson Count
UNDER WARRANTY, $12new er 400 door, needslack, 4000home mi. Pearl white, load- 52 mi.Beaut rear air very nice u, E. trCab ctors ma requiring ob- a water tane open- Court ousf the Maour-
LIKE NEW! $200 down asKg $9,500. 334- ad, greatprice Red Kawasaki 09' l 45Kmiles. e.cel gained from the of- ing of bids, and that teenth Judicial Cir-
$269 per Call Ron 693-5454 $15,000. firm 612-396- Nina Like New 25R Chevy '05 Taoe. ond.11.400OBO e of the Architect in the event the con- cult, in an d forna, Jack
$4500. 334-677-0781 windshield.Gigantic 17000.o334-61873-3837 w/ lacked 3.500. m. 49.00m. leaner. 3475560 er 6pm 33 4-689-9052 subca Post Office Box tsu Generact is awardedtoson County, Florida,
GREAT GAS MILEAGE u need a few parts FXR Supertlide Cus- adobe 850.59i4V694 auto. Sat r 8. l documents fora. submit a bidifor this set forth in the Final
PAYMENT!$500. PS. Rew ade ck usedone. 7000NW da reflnda "Instructions to sure Plaintiff and more par-
Runray.an8Arti3a 4618.90 585 Chevy Trailblazer 08' G W 2 ptism y sU emitted, enter GIANNAKOPULOS,
white/ teior, black. LS 31K mi. AT.C $1935 asking 1600 obtain one (1) jet of into written.contract NADIA'. RAHBANI,
sunroo, a 0y whis, & Rear 2601666 o Jee04 Wrangler. 1975 OBO 50-592262 upon with the Jackson COMPASS LAKE IN
Cs.nroo ,000..h5,M o $15,000Aru.. 334791 9115 -9- 125.00 deposit, County School Board THE HILLS PROPERTY
334-693-0830$0SpON1 3K r A which wil be refund- in accordance with OWNERS ASSOCIA-
33K miles. $16,000. ARLEY DAVIDSON Ford 6 Expedition Chevy '04 SveradVYd only to those subm the accepted bid The TION, INC. DWAYNE
MUSTCE $20t om. LBl k m300, CHEVY Ton, Sharpe emitting a bona fide cost of the bond will W. DARLEY, and AM-
Call Ron Els Be- iful p reject or $8,700 334-702-4778. clean, 20K mr 1 illes, NEG.34M47-9 ckp, ext b ade p n e best bidder o ash
334-714-0028 parts car 1958 Mae Harley Davidson '08 $3600 334-6185966 GMC '00 Jimmy, hw 0 s o a ,ext.b m lo ad d a'yos ath i tn(ere w f a a eront
ry Turnpike 06HDDyna s- Electra Glide Cla803 Bic to great cod.. 4200 Chevy 03 stro van E gas mileageecer te of
er 4door, black 4000 es, I OBO850-526249 L pack. 61K actual bids. General Con- Pr-Bd Conference the Jackson County
motor 16K, 4dr, silver Power back warranty ef t. ask for Tom mi. rear air, very nice $23000 tractors requiring and attendance will Courthouse in Ma-
Strth ong.com l -43 gel cushion. One JEEP 1987 Wrangler 2. ore than one set,ya e mandatory for all rianna, Jackson
ed $16,000334-897- red/blk flames $4000 05,200miBlue Like new.$8000. new e/tran subcontractors,nna Florida General Contractors County, Florida at








2497 or ,500.334-672-1655 726-1434/677-54890781 windshield.Gigantic $1657,000. 334-61258-441638 334- 618-5833. op792- Nissan '89 Stanza 93K gel am 1500 sum of 5% of the
Ti e h Nissan 04' Muran o windows & locksy, num 4 barreliers, or others may (Roofing Contrac 11:00 a.m. on March
Toyota0 Matrix oaded new tires, cruise control. purchase a full set of tos) who plan to 4 2010, the property










FULLYcolor ewer, leather 334-648-5817O Custom fiberglass bidder will not re- FxR Sper Cs-pe
$2000 cash or need a tom pn lo t o radio, blue.5 eeri. in, ds os .a R p lHather
GRE Ts lS Md f w p F R 4de, -.adi a s, b e s e, 6focum en ts for$ 5 .00 subm it.a a bid, for th is set forth i n the Fin ,
nth IOA D ED L O W $2ires.pOrWee drsof y orla atce es of o w e par ,u m.ag n h e vent t ne of on n Ju dg m ent of Fo reclo -
down $50 per m ickup will trade chrome, $9500850- Triumph Dato $ N2249eedsOBO.7 some w96 new to rk. se, ction e ora
Call $25-791 r8243 ths for a good work 260-1666 T pe) 955 Fi/ST Sport Je eT '04 W ranger, $1975 OBO 850-!92- 2007 C Cannon refundable. B i nstrs" ctaoi es to cure d emore ar
nw :. th er Ha rly a tir rr sa at less Btiders2, Paragrap ticularly described as
Call 334-791-8243 Ask truck.Call/text 796 Harley Davidson '96 tires,brakes 33 27K miles. hard a l yse 5 p
for Steve Hatcher 0755 n Nights and Fatboy, red &white, 693-9390 or701-5588 soft tops. AM/FM CD. Ford'84 Econoline w/ slides, sharp. be sold to major

CHEVROLET 1959 sh e. $8.500. United Motor Scooter AC. tilt and cruise. r subcontractors (me-Lot 35, Block
lT 1 s.8.2 '08.80mpg. 1000 mi.'s 3346939009 %1400. 334-791-9099 $29.500. Offers! chanical. plumbing the right to waive nComopassn T Lake Hills











Imp 61 S 3000. g12 00-330 Clf- 445-6302I 334-8054906. and electrical) Sup- infotmalities inh an U.it Three, ae h
4 $3000. o 5E6 r sto plie I rs and Aother bid, and to reject any to the mapo or t
G d -47 -6110 -P a-In a a a- R oa d. C H E V '66, custom subcontractors m ay of all bids, Iorto thereof as i or
*Eca r Midnight Ed 1600. V8,pipb swb, auto, purchase drawings accept any bid and In Plat Book A-4.
c E000 f -Needns some wor. a n specifications at any combination hof a tra23o
o D c r .000 0 m e s 4e 7 5.40 the orate of alternates or sepa- Putlie Records o
CILtoyot.c 1 ': .Ca r.l(32 h. ur $2.00.'sheet of draw- rate bid prices that, Jack County, For-
eten. iN Pr d s t CCHEVY '87E s delu i 10 wings and 20t page of in their judgement, I a ,
rHarley prtster6' B Y M E! Jep 04'Wrangler Ford 9' W star Red w/bk stripes specifications will be to thebest n ed at claim
0* .,iePrcep d FOrange 1200R. Vance 4.L 6cyl 5spd 4WD Van selling for parts $2000.334-714-9558 i 6 wirest of Jackson Any persac n
SaKh r. o A-Tp. AC only -500 3340691 Bidding documents County School Board an interest the sur-,
E ato Li n HOnes Short Shots. YAMAHA'0. cd rp3alloy 298 d 7 3 nt4i0.5516 Chevy '91 Cherokee will be sent UPS, col lus from the sale, If
n A Wi Dy unp Tlra c Sr ad 43 1 Ca esa w O b0 H ond y pickupp, lift gate lect, unless other- JACKSON COUNTY any, other than the.
B o 06 Sdne W ane 00 grd xc.Con EXL 87k mSilver $1500 850-352-4724 wise specified. SCHOOLeBOARDi property owner as of
$13,900. S 2 L rnen Sie r Black, Motorcycle.alordc.e er n BY:o/s/Lee WMiller the date of the lis





















G i stelao H a, F o e, PLOW MILES 37,300 1 ow ner, non-smoker a 0 cmnia A COUNTY cA im it hinit i m e
S58334-796-8 216 6ike n m s garage kept .12k mi, HHines Exhaust Sysb- $17,999. OBO6 pwr slide doors, n s-m beani a c ide a cSoln CoaeD nt ( 6 m isdea antusete





















6600 mi. $14,750.c A404S g L t 1ls Bid will be iic MILT HO D, IN t n
Volkswagen 578-1482 jeff@ Must see. $lk OBO tem. 4 helmets and1 334-803-6882 m oonrf, rear A/C shock, omrad pay'asbeid a risnon t ale
Voks ae n '06 B ee truthinsong~com C' dcale 850-352-4342 gel cushion. Onerecheck m bona, or a he S lay ble M ar a to t e d ysp a ft er the
tie, auto, diesel, 42K l HCon S o Co.galus e JEEP 1987 Wrangler 2nd row capt. chairs to heJcko n Coun-aab D TEaD:e a ry3
miles, 40MPG, load- Honda'07 Shadow Mojo Motor Scooter owner, garage kept. 4x4, ac, ps, ac, at, Good cond. $13,000 to the Jackson Coun-
ed. $16,000. 334-897- red/blk flames $40006. '05, 200mi,;Blue, Like new. $8000. new ehgine/trans/ 334-393-8824 r annao ord, in th e
2497 or 334-672-1655 726-1434/677-5489 $1650850- 258-1638 334- 618-5833. tires, hard top. 792- Nissan '89 Stanza 93K am 00 sum of 5% of the1
8018/792-8827.$6500. miles, A/C, power E-c 3 M base bid as a t uaran- I tA TO E DALE RABON GU-
NnAis a 04'ur wndoslac s, cnum 4 barrel ho y. tee a lnd with an HOMES Y THRIE
l l e aoaded, newtires, cruise control. $1400. hunter green. agreement thatdthe Clerk of the Circuit
color oewter, leather 334-648-5817 Custom fiberglass bidder will not re- LF14846 Court
Fast, easy, no pressure mt. 72.55K mi.334 hood. 22" hood yoke or cancel his IN THE CIRCUIT By: Beverly Hatcher
c$13.900. OBO 3343scoopl stainless id or withdre aw front Ja CO UNTYl t er
w o rk f od a ysra w eek !Lm u H o 2 m rg ri ll&nb u m p e r s t h e c o m p le t ionff o rg CO U R O F TH E F O U R D e p u t y C le r k
'Get live previews of your classifed ads, receive price quotes er LE, 270hp, bose P M H 6 And m.tiltbkit. 6"gassinofbis ht C T FORIGarine, snBwie
and make secure online payments. remote keyless entry Voyager. 4 rew tires, packs, alum. racing in'the event the con- FLORIDA Garner, Bistw Wie-
63426miles. $19.000. towing Package.new rimsLots of extrast tract is awarded to CASE NO: 09-961-CA Bowden PA.
"\~ cfloridan com ,4-793 1544 power stee .ng Nthe bidder, he will. 1300Thomaswood
ump. very clear,. Needs some work. within ten (10) con- GEE0TEESRVs-Drv
miles, loaded. white. 0630 3.34687.9845 or R 5is submitted, enter ING LLC, 3500 Blue Tallahassee, Florida
.$17.000 334.790-6700 334-355-1118 3 I into written cohtracr Lake Drive, Suite 360 32308
with the Jackson Birmingham, AL
Counrty School Board 35243 LF14854
ODGE RAM'04. 00 in accordance with PUBUCNOTICE
5.7 Hem., s.lver.2wd, the accepted bid. The PlainteifUN OrId E
76K mi.. many stra cst of the bond willUnderoridastate
20'"chr.3wh.. $1.3K be included as part vs. Law"Self-Storage
O~o.. 334-4: 5.63]20 of the bidders base- StorageFadn
Ford '02 F150 XLT, bid proposal. CLIFTON L BRYANT,
Fo-911111red.02Fitoand ALICE A. PUBLIC NOTICE Un-
V8'5.4Lreng. 104.168 NOTE: There will be a PARAMORE, IF UV- dernFlorida State Law
M'..4SupL Cen a4.1 Pre-Bid Conference G, BUT IF DE- "Self-Storage Stor
i n.oud tires s tool box. and attendance wfll CEASED, THE UN- age Facility" Act
?13.100. 334-894.1212 be mandatory for all KNOWN HEIRS 83.801-83.809,
.0or 0 3 34.494-2823 General Contractors D E V I S E E S Chipola Storage Io-
who plan to submit G R A N T E E S, cated at 4401 Consti-
FORD '02 F-250. quad bid for this project, ASSIGNEES, CRED- tution Lane, Marian-
cab. Lariat. leather see Section B "In- ITORS, LIENORS, AND na, Florida 32448 will
seats. power. 7.3 structions to Bid- TRUSTEES OF ALICE sell or dispose of the
Diesii. new tires. ders", Paragraph B- A. PARAMORE, DE- contents of the f0l-
"D128K. $13.800 16. CEASED,, AND ALL lowing storage unit
334.899.0099 OTHER PERSONS on March 3,2010. The
....v8The Owner reserves CLAIMING BY, public sale will be
IIIIFord 03' v8 0m the right to waive THROUGH, UNDER, conducted at Chipola
eSupercrew30.200ii. infarmalities in any AND AGAINST THE Storage, 4401 Consti-
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AC & Heating I Service & Repair REROOFING PROJECT lobby of the Jackson ates Inc." will not be
Contractors After Hur& Weekend POLE BARN AGRICULTURAL County Courthouse, responsiblefortreat
J Avppnoaintes Available I- BUILDING, MALONE 4445 Lafayette ment or care of pa-
M/C.VS DISCOVER KITS C l GIFT CERTIFICATES QUALITY SERVICE. SCHOOLand BUILD- Street, Marianna, tents after March 19,
SM/C VISA-DISCOVER I BIIE QUALITY PRICE F,:,rd 3' F00. NEV INGS 400 & 500 RIV Jackson County, Flor- 2010.
M -4 Locally Owned AVAILABLE L ERSIDE ELEMENTARY ida 32446, at 11:00
Mon-Fri 9-4:30 Repairs & Additions EN bediner & car.94 SCHOOL FOR THE AM (CST), on the 4th M ak e
FThurs: 9-4Noon L sReETTING Eng yl e cond JACKSON COUNTY day of March, 2010. M ak e
AM hrs Hardware Repair Remodeling $2,50/so FT $4,000. OBO 983-4941 SCHOOL BOARD
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SInstallationnate lien holder
SInstallation M/C, visa, DiscoerAccepted ""*f S1 ,5.00S Ol lL All work shall be claiming a right to
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SHome Office with 525E Cummings plans and specifica- ter the sale, you
Vom &Caisits. 6 6 engine, newtires, all tons prepared by must file a claim with Advertising is the
A a Auto&Cycle (5 693-0566 equipment included, Paul A. Donofro and the Clerk of Court no
3633889 _lf excellent running Associates, Archi- later than 60 days af- best way to make
Services BulldozingConstruction condition. $10,500 tects, 2910 Caledonia ter the sale. I you points with prime
Services Bulldozing Construction Place your 334-803-5072or334 Street, Mariann fall to file a claim
S899-6594 Florida 32446. Plans you will not be enti- prospects who are
deal's TS A ad in our onmato inspection in the funds. ready,willingand
Extended Cab 4.3V6 office of the Archi-
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ALTHA, FL NOJPower brakes & Street, Marianna, With Disabilities: If show you the most
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SCell 850-832-.5055 1 2-3 Pl- 'nt rng $7,800. Call 792-0603. with a disability who effective way to
Flooring Drawings and speci- needs any accommo-
WE OFFER COMPLIET 1. CALL t llRK i gale fications may be ob- dation in order to advertise in the
SL M *ncro0arinv d/i0 trained from the of- participate in this newspaper that
2.PACEYOU A CHECKam wfice of the Architect proceeding, you are
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