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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 25, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Volume ID: VID00243
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County Commission learned Tuesday it
will be able to hire up to 30 temporary workers full-time
for six months with federal stimulus money.
And 27 other organizations and private businesses have
been approved for more than 250 employees, collectively.
For private sector employees to receive money, they
must commit to keeping the workers on the payroll after
the stimulus funds expire.'This is not the case for the
county or other public sector employees.
The county has been approved for up to $372,000, and
County Administrator Ted Lakey said he plans to use all
of it. The average wage in the temporary county jobs is
expected to be $9 an hour, on 40 hours a week. No addi-
tional, benefits come with the jobs.
The county will have to provide a 5 percent match,
which comes to $18,600. Lakey said the match would"
likely come out of contingency money.
He.said the majority of workers, about 20, will proba-,
bly work for the road department. '
;Most of the rest will likely be split between the library
and recreation departrients, with. a few potentallJ
assigned to overall county, building maintenance, 'or
duties in other departments.
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The new facility will serve as a replacement to All admi
the current health department office, and will cornm- the new sil
bine all of the services from multiplesites to one. public servi
There are currently four locations'around town. According
The dental program is offsite, as well as the envi- department,
ronmental health program. community
The completion of the project is estimated for It will be
April of next year. its use after
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William Long, this project has been 12 years in the The faci]
making, with efforts to secure funds starting back in architecture
1999. Long explained that the project was initiated construction
not only as a way to consolidate the services and funding for
employees all in one place, but to also provide the "This is
community with a much needed update to their proud of, b
local health department. The current facility was well. We ca
built in 1956, with little renovations or remodeling, by and tt
since. Department
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il clinic, medical records and intake,
t of Health and Department of
program offices, vital statistics, erivi-
health, school health and business sup-
nistration offices will also be located at
te, along with a multi-purpose space for
ice training programs.
g to. a release from the county health
, this public meeting room will serve as
ty multi-use facility. .
positioned on the property to allow for,
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n budget of $8.2 million. Long says the
the facility is coming from the state.
a project not only employees can be
ut patients and community members as
an and should be proud of the work done
rough the Jackson County Health
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STAFF REPORT
Karl Trucks
has announced
his candidacy
for the open' I
judge's, seat' in
the 14th Judicial
Circuit. The Karl
position' is open Trucks
as the result of '
Judge Dee Dee Costello's
: retirement.
Costello's seat will be filled
by. a currently seated senior
judge. That will leave a vacan-
cy down in the ranks.
Jackson or Gulf County are
the most likely locations to get
a new judge as a result of the
shift, Trucks said, although the
specific assignments are still
not known.
I Another judge. being
assigned here would not affect
the work load of Circuit Judge
Bill Wright, the current pri-
mary circuit judge.
In any case, Jackson .County
voters will have a say in who's
elected to fill the vacancy.
Trucks is originally from
Birmingham, Ala., -and has
lived in Panama City since
1995. He is a lawyer, and a,
partner in the Appleman,
Shepard and Truck law firm
See TRUCKS, Page 4A >


County still grappling with mold issues


Shawn Heath, center, a lawyer representing, Paul A. Donofro and Associates, talks
about possible remedies to problems at the EOC as suggested by engineer Hollace
Bailey, left, as Paul Donofro Jr. looks on. Mark Skinner / Floridan


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson Coutnty Commission spent
nearly three hours listening to two very
different versions of what's wrong with,
.and what should be done to, the, new
Emergency Operations Center.
The analyses were ordered 'after mold
and other potential problems.were report-'
ed by' employees,'who complained, of. res-
piratory-related problems, itching and
other discomforts.
Susan McDonough' of S.E. McDonough
'and Associates was there to report on what
her company found, after it was retained
by the county to assess the problems.
Hollace Bailey of Bailey Engineering
Corporation was there to report on what
his company found, when retained by the
building's architect, Paul A. Donofro and
Associates, to assess the problem.
Their versions are vastly different.
McDonough wants a great deal of the
the structure disassembled to further iden-
tify and repair problems she noted.
She thinks the county may deserve a
brand new building.
Bailey said the problems are relatively


minor and can be repaired with much less
demolition work. She thinks the problems
with the building can be much more easily
repaired.
In the end, commissioners elected to
carry out three immediate actions recom-
mended by Bailey: But the final solution is
far from decided.
The immediate fixes will not cost the
county anything, and will not void any.
%\arrant\ the county holds as it works to
"mitigate the problems. The commissions
decision will not preclude it from taking
actions recommended by either report.
The commission authorized the installa-
tion of three dehumidifiers above the sus-
pended insulation, in the space between
the roof and drop ceiling. It will be tem-
porarily ducted in and controlled, accord-
ing to the temperature in the space.
The commission also authorized work-
ers to close up holes in the exterior walls
of the building, which were drilled last
spring in an attempt to fix the problem -
but which may be allowing debris and
small animals to enter the structure.
The county also authorized workers to
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Getting it
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The Jackson County
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rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.


February 25 Thursday
A groundbreaking ceremony for the new
Jackson County Health Department at 4979
Sykes Blvd. in Marianna (just off Caverns
Road) begins at 10 a.m. Call 526-2412. '
Jackson County Senior Citizens host
Healthy Heart Day, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at 2931
Optimist Dr. in Marianna. Free cholesterol
screerings, blood pressure checks, refresh-
rnents, door prizes and.tips for heart-healthy
living. Call 526-3577 or 482-5028.
The Chipold Regional Workforce
Development Board Inc. Executive
Committee meeting is 10 a.m. at 4636
Highway 90, Marianna. Call 718-0456, ext.
101.
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.
in Marianna, is having a Half-Price Sale Feb.
23-March 4, Tuesdays and Thursday only.
Call 482-3734.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax-
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of. the Jackson County
Agricultural office1 2741 Pennsylvania Ave. in
Marianna, 4:30-7:30 p.m. Services continue
Thursday evenings through April 15. For an,
appointment, call 693-0873.
Jackson County Schools Superintendent
Lee Miller will conduct a town hall meeting,
5-6 p.m. in Graceville Town Hall. Citizens
welcome to meet district staff, ask questions.
Call 482-1200.
The Jackson County Library Book'Club
meets at 6 p.m. in the library branch on
Green Street in Marianna. Selection: "A Land
Remembered" by Patrick D. Smith. To partic-
ipate, drop by the library to register.
The. 35th Annual Florida Peanut
Producers Association Membership Meeting
is at the Jacksori County Agriculture Center,
2741 Pennsylvania Ave. in Marianna. All
peanut growers and spouses are invited.
Registration begins at 6:30 p.m. followed by
a smoked steak dinner.
Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion
Thursday, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limit-
ed to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

February 26 Friday
The .Sneads FFA Alumni Association
Easter Food '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 dona-
tions through March 27. All food collected
will go to the Chipola Food Bank in Marianna,
to give several families a nice Easter meal.
A benefit Fish Fry for Elizabeth Cantrell
starts at 5 p.m. at the Friendship Baptist
Church in Malone, dine in or carry out.
Elizabeth suffers from a blood disorder and


the family has no insurance.' All donations
appreciated. An account for Elizabeth has
been set up at Peoples South Bank of. Malone.
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.,' ',
f 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-
Oble. 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 and 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) for $1 each.
Friends of Florida Caverns Park sponsor
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.
Theophilus West, M.D. Camp 1346
(Marianna) and others welcome the public to
a 10 a.m. ceremony in Rogers Cemetery
(Basswood Road, Greenwood), for the dedi-
cation of veteran grave markers on the
graves of. Confederate Civil War soldiers,.
Francis M., Peter L. and Thomas L. Rogers
(brothers) and Benjamin H. Stephens (broth-
er-in-law). '
A Jazzy Day in Town, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on
McPherson Street in Marianna, features jazz
music from locals and artwork from local


artists,. as well as a food and wine tasting,
Artists will be set up outside to draw during
the event, and musicians will play outside on
the deck of Bistro Palms. Monies collected
will go to the Artist .Guild of Northwest
Florida and Mainstreet Marianna.
Nelson Singer Memorial AmVets Post
231, by the Sons of AmVets Post 231, host a
series of Turkey Shoot fundraisers at.1 p.m.
on the, second and fourth Saturdays of the
month, through April. Cost: $2, a shot.
Proceeds benefit the building fund. Call 722-
0291.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -.
Saturday, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

February 28 Sunday .
The Malone Pageant Committee will hold
sign-ups for the Little, Junior and Miss
Malone Pageant, 1-3 p.m. at the Malone
Town Hall. Contestants must attend Malone
School and/or have a physical address in the
immediate surrounding area and must be 6-7
and in first grade for Little Miss; 12-14 and in
seventh or eighth grade for Junior Miss; or
16-20 for Miss. Call 569-2916..

March 1 Monday
The board, of AARP.Chapter No. 3486
meets at 1:30 p.m. in the Marianna library.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 2 Tuesday
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.
in Marianna, is having a Half-Price Sale Feb.
23-March 4, Tuesdays and Thursday only.
Call 482-3734,
The Childbirth Education Class series is
5:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 2-23, in the
ground floor education classroom of Jackson
Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive,, Marianna.
FOCEP curriculum from Jackson County
Health Department. Bring a pillow. Materials,
snacks provided. No cost to attend.
Husbands/other supporters welcome. Call
526-2412, ext. 162.
Christine Gilbert teaches'free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sew
is every Tuesday evening,. 6-8 p.m. in the
First United Methodist Church Youth Hall,.
Clinton, Street, behind. the Marianna Post
Office. Call 272-7068.',
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at the. First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia .St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
Feb. 23, the
latest avail- i -
able report: Z..~
One acci- ,^ -
dent, oneIc RIME
suspicious -
person, one escort, one
verbal disturbance, one
report of shooting in the
area, 21 traffic stops, one
obscene/threatening
phone call, one assault,
two fights in progress
reported, one noise dis-


turbance, one animal
complaint, three public
service calls, one patrol
request and two
threat/harassment com-
plaints.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and
county Fire Rescue listed
the following incidents
Feb. 23, the latest avail-
able report: two hospice
deaths, one abandoned
vehicle, one reckless
driver, three suspicious
T


vehicles, four suspicious
incidents, three suspi-
cious persons, two verbal
disturbances, one hitch-
hiker/pedestrian com-
plaint, one drug offense,
one burglar alarm, 11
traffic stops, one larceny
complaint, one criminal
mischief complaint, three
civil disputes, two tres-
pass \complaints, one
garbage .complaint, one
animal complaint, one
;transport, one patrol
request and two
threat/harassment com-
plaints.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
Jerome Garrett, 56,
5786 Blue Springs Road,
Greenwood, battery
(domestic violence).
Jeffery Butler, 29,
1918 Ada Road, Alford,'
possession of controlled
substance with intent to
distribute (marijuana).
Uvonka McKie, 35,
261 Shiloh Church Road,


Montezuma, Ga., breach
of peace, resisting with-
out violence.
Jerry .Franklin, 28,
.7759 Howell Road,
Sneads, possession of
controlled substance with'
intent. to distribute (mari-
juana), possession of
drug paraphernalia.
JAIL POPULATION: 196
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000. To report a wildlife
violation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


TIDES
Panama City Low 4:36 AM High 6:45 PM
Apalachicola Low 7:21 AM High 3:40 PM
Port St. Joe. Low 4:41 AM High 7:18 PM
Destin Low 5:52 AM High 7:51 PM
Pensacola 'Low 6:26 AM High 8:24 PM
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 53.73 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown '15.10 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 10.87 ft. .-' 19.0 ft.
Caryville 10.66 ft. 12.0 ft.


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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
-West Florida Electric
Cooperative recently joined other
co-ops from across the state in
Tallahassee for the 2010 State
Youth Tour.- During this two-day
trip to the state capital, local high
school juniors chosen by their
principals and guidance coun-
selors for excellence, and whose
parents or guardians are members
of WFEC, visited the IMAX the-
atre where they saw the film
"Forces of Nature" and partici-
pated in an electromagnetic
classroom demonstration. Youth
Tour participants also enjoyed a
private tour of the Governor's
Mansion. The students also visit-
ed the Florida House .of
Representatives, where they par-
ticipated in a mock legislative'
session, proposing and debating
bills. In addition, students visited
the Supreme Court where they
witnessed oral arguments in a
case presented before the
Justices.
Contestants representing
WFEC in Tallahassee were Jake
Hall, Altha School; Brett Tanner,
Blountstown High School; Carly
Hartzog, Chipley High School;
Jared Byrd, Graceville High
School; Ryan Pickwick, Holmes
County High School; Karlee
Floyd, Malone High School;
Kaylee Toole, Marianna High
School; Alex Roberts, Ponce De
Leon High School; Angel
Rodriguez, Poplar Springs High
School; Jennifer Thompson,


From left, back row, Jake Hall, Altha Public
School; Alex Roberts, Ponce De Leon High
School; Caleb Coppedge, Vernon High
School; Ryan Pickwick, Holmes County High
School; Jared Byrd, Graceville High School
and Brett Tanner, Blountstown High School;
and front row, Jennifer Thompson, Sneads
High School; Angel Rodriguez, Poplar
Springs High -School; Carly Hartzog,
Chipley' High School; Kaylee Toole,
Marianna High School and Karlee Floyd,
Malone High School. Contributed photo

From left, alternate Angel Rodriguez,
Poplar Springs High School; winner Brett
Tanner,'Blountstown High School; and win-
ner Jennifer Thompson, Sneads High
School. Contributed photo


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Cub Scouts in Pack 170
met for their den meetings
on Feb.. 19, busy working to
complete requirements in
their handbooks to earn a
variety of badges and belt
loops.
Webelos began their study
unit for Geology badges.
Scouts and leaders enjoyed
a short field trip, meeting at
the Presbyterian Church and
walking together to Smith &
Smith Jewelers on Lafayette
Street in downtown
Marianna. Local husband
and wife jewelers, Chuck
and Cindy Smith, provided a
full night of hands-on learn-
. ing for the Scouts. Cindy is
a graduate gemologist and
registered jeweler, and
Chuck is a graduate gold-
smith. The Scouts got to see
a vast array of precious
stones, including quartz,
pyrite, amethyst, shark's
teeth, sand dollars and much
more.
Cindy Smith showed
Scouts a display of speci-
mens to hold and view up
close. Each Scout was given
a jeweler's loupe, an eye-
piece attached to a necklace
that allowed the Scouts to
get a magnified look at each
item. Discussion included
how the earth is formed, fos-
sils and their formation, and
uses of rocks and minerals.
Scouts got a complete tour
of the workshop area, where
the jewelry pieces are creat-
ed and repaired.
Chuck Smith explained
and demonstrated all the


Leader Wilson Sanchez
assists Gio with rope tying
skills. Contributed
photo '
equipment used in design-
ing the jewelry. Following
the demonstration tour, the
Smiths presented each
Scout with a boxed gift con-
taining precious stones for
them to have for keepsakes.
Informative handouts were
also given to the Scouts, ref-
erence material for their
continued study of geology.
Wolf and Bear Scouts
held their den meetings at
the Presbyterian Church,
where Bear Scouts studied
the skill of rope tying, espe-
cially how to tie a rope
around themselves so they
can be pulled to safety in the
event of a falling accident.
Wolf Scouts studied the
environment, the impor-
tance of recycling and art.
Individual art posters were
created as part of the learn-
ing unit.
To learn more about the
Scouting program and how
you can become involved,
please e-mail cokehut@dig-
italexp.com, or call Mary
Ann Hutton at 209-2818.

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play their
environmen-
tal posters.

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from left, Austin Livingston, Ryan Mathis, Noah McArthur, Liam McDonald and Nick
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expenses-paid trip to
Washington, D.C, where they
will join other 11th grade stu-
dents from all over the United
States to tour the nation's capital
in June. A panel of three judges
from the electric cooperative
industry interviewed the students
and chose two winners and an
alternate on Feb. 18. The winners
werQ Brett Tanner, Blountstown
High School and Jennifer
Thompson, Sneads High School.
The alternate winner was Angel
Rodriguez from Poplar Springs
High School.
The trips to Tallahassee and
Washington, D.C. are part of the
cooperative's efforts to educate
the leaders of tomorrow about
how our state and federal govern-
ment works. The trips also help
them gain insight into the roles
rural cooperatives have played in
the history of our country as well
as their roles in the future of the
electric utility industry.
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Tour. Program has been in exis-
tence since 1957, when co-ops
sent students to Washington,
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Notice is hereby given that the City
of Cottondale, Florida will conduct a
public hearing on Monday, March 8,
2010 at 6:01 p.m. to consider adoption,
by Resolution 2010-01, the Evaluation
and Appraisal Report on the Cottondale
Comprehensive Plan, for transmittal to
the Florida Department of Community
Affairs for its review of sufficiency
pursuant to the requirements of Chapter
163.3191, Florida Statutes,

This hearing will be held at the
Cottondale City Hall located at 2659
Front Street in Cottondale, Fl. Interested
parties are encouraged to attend
the meeting and persons wishing to
comment may do so in person at the
public hearing or in writing to the City
of Cottondale. The proposed report is
on file and available for review during
normal business hours (Monday-Friday
7:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.) in the office of the
City Clerk.


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at this meeting will need a record of
the proceedings. Generally a verbatim
record, including all testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be
based, will be necessary.

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Chipola board approves pay increase Trucks,
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BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER

The Chipola College District Board of
Trustees approved a 1 percent salary, increase
for career, professional and administrative
employees filling positions on the table of per-
sonnel at the board's regular monthly meeting
last Thursday.
According to a press release from Chipola,
employees will receive 1 percent increase or
$500, whichever is greater.
The increase is effective for the 2009-10 year
and does not include faculty employees who are
a subject to a collective bargaining agreement.
The Chipola Faculty Association is currently
negotiating the faculty's annual contract.
Bryan Craven, Chipola's director of public
relations, said Tuesday the increase would'


Two found

Dead near

Chipley
STAFF REPORT
A man-and woman were
found dead at a home south
of Chipley in Washington
County early Wednesday
morning and the case is being
treated as a double homicide,
according to the Washington
County Sheriff's Office. The
victims were identified as
Angela Michelle White, 40,
and Phillip Winfoid White,
42. Investigators say they are
searching for a family mem-
ber for information about the
deaths.
Maj. James Strickland of
the Washington County
Sheriff's Office told the
Associated Press the couple
was found dead around 9
a.m. Wednesday. ,Strickland
says his office, the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement and the local
medicalexaminer's office are
investigating the deaths. He
says a person of interest who
is related to the couple has
been identified, but investiga-
tors do not know- where that
man is. Strickland says
authorities believe the man is,
not a danger to others.'
Washington County authori-
ties say emergency medical
crews were called to the
home at 4431 Little Grassy
Drive near State Road, 77
south of Interstate 10 for. a
reported medical emergency.
They' and deputies arrived in
.a matter of minutes and
found the bodies.


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include all administrators, including. Chipola than 31 percent since 2007. there. He practices through-
President Dr. Gene Prough. Full-time employees of the college receive out the circuit, representing
Prough will see an increase of about $1,470 Blue Cross health insurance coverage as part of clients in criminal cases as
to his annual salary of almost $147,000. their benefits package. well as injury, disability and
Prough is set for a one-month retirement at The college pays $385 a month for'individual other civil cases in Jackson
the end of this month, in order to fulfill the sep- insurance premiums, which totals $4,620 annu- and the other five counties
aration requirements of. the state's Deferred ally. Employees also have the option of pur- comprising the circuit.
Retirement Option Program. chasing health insurance for spouses and chil- Trucks earned his law
He entered DROP five years ago, and under dren. degree at Samford
its terms must leave public service:-briefly' The college also contributes 9.85 percent of University's Cumberland
before taking another iob with the state. each full-time employee's annual salary .to the School of Law in


Prough told the Floridan last month that he Florida retirement s
had no plans for seeking a raise upon his return; "I an'i very prou
but, with Thursday's. decision,. Prough. has improve salaries ant
received one anyway. .of. benefits for ou
.The board also agreed to continue ;to .'.quality educational
fully cover the cost of individual health munity." Prough
insurance premiums, whiich increased 6 announcing the dec
percent this year arid have grown by more the people who serve


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ORLANDO,- A SeaWorld killer whale.
seized a trainer in its jaws Wednesday and
thrashed the woman around underwater,
killing her in front of a horrified audience.
It marked the third time the animal had
been involved in a human death.
Distraught audience members were hus-.
tled out of the stadium immediately, and
the park was closed." Trainer Dawn
Brancheau, 40, was one of the park's most
experienced. It was not clear if she
drowned or died from the thrashing.
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Tilikum, is typically kept isolated from
'SeaWorld's other killer whales and' that
trainers were not allowed to get in the
water with him because of his violent his-
tory.
There were conflicting accounts of the
attack. The sheriff's office said Brancheau
slipped or fell into-the whale's tank, but at
least one witness said the animal- leaped
from the water and dragged the woman in.
A retired couple from Michigan told The
Associated Press that Wednesday's killing
happened as a noontime show was wind-
ing down, with some.in the audience stay-
ing to % atch the animals and trainers.


Stimulus


soon as the money moves
down from the federal to
the state level, at which
point the county can access
the funds. That is expected
to happen very soon.
, The temps will undergo
interviews and background
checks, just as permanent
workers must.
The Florida Back to
Work program is being
administered through the
Chipola Regional
Workforce Board.
Lakey said he's anxious
to get the extra people on
board. .
"It's great for us and it's
great for the citizens who
are -out of work," Lakey
said. "We're going to get
some good, productive
work done with this.
They'll be -doing a myriad
of jobs."
In the road department,
for instance, temp workers
might clean ditches and
pipes, cut brush, flag traffic
or perform other duties.
In the parks department,
Lakey plans to assign sev-
eral workers to Blue
Springs Recreation Area
for maintenance duties
before and during the
height of the season.
Others might work at other
county recreation venues.
At the library, temps
might be assigned to assist
customers while permanent
employees are dispatched
to carry out summer read-
ing programs around the
county. Or, some temps
could go on the road to par-
ticipate in those programs.
Commissioners voted to
formally sign off on the
Back to Work agreement at
their regular meeting
Tuesday night.
Applicants seeking jobs
with the county or any of
the other participating busi-
nesses and organizations
must be Back to Work cer-
tified through the Chipola
Regional Workforce Board.
To qualify, potential
workers must have a
dependent 18 years of age
or under, and must meet
certain income restrictions
- 200 percent above the
poverty line or lower.
For example, a worker in
family of four with an
income of $44,000 could


Companies approved to hire
employees funded with
federalstimulus money are:
..e '1 ., ..
, Green Circle BioEnergy
The Branmng Group
Rex Luniber
Twin Oaks
Town of Grand Ridge '
Butlers Community Service
Along The Way
Caverns Learning Center
Chipola College
SChipola Family Ministries
Covenant Hospice
.' '. Early Learning Coalition
ERA Chipola Realty
Family Dollar Distribution
First Assembly of God
Hopkins Pontiac GMC
Ice River Springs
Jackson County Clerk of Court
Jackson County Board of County Comnmissioners
Habitat for Humanity
Jackson County School District'.
Marianna Auto Parts
Opportunity Florida
Snelgrove Surveying
Tommy's Glass
Tri State Warehouse
Kiddie Campus
The Learning Tree

Special note: Program administrators stress that job-
seekers should nor contact potential employers direct-
ly. Instead, contact the Chipola Regional lWorkforce
Board. as applicants must pre-qualif' for hiring under
the tenns of the stimulus program.


qualify. All applications
must go through the work-
force b6ard and should
contact those offices
regarding the job openings.
It is crucial that they not
contact the employees
directly, because participat-:
ing businesses are not
ready yet to start the hiring
process and will not take
uncertified applications.'
Workforce Executive
Director Richard Williams
said jumping the gun could
work against job appli-
cants. They could .be seen
as people who can't follow
instructions, he warned, if
they approach employers
directly.
Instead, contact the
Workforce office at 718-
0326 in Marianna; 850-
638-6089 in Chipley; or
850-674-5088 in
Blountstown.
The agency will help
match employers to
employees, he said.


According to Williams,
more than 700 jobs were
approved for the five-coun-
ty region covered by, the
,workforce board.. In addi-
tion to Jackson, 'those
include Calhoun, Liberty,
Washington and Holmes
counties.
Williams said that if
every job requested were
filled, the income would
translate into about $14
million for the five coun-
ties. However, with- the
income and dependent eli-
gibility requirements being
a factor in the process, he
thinks well over half of the
stimulus money may be
sent back unused.
Ice River Springs Plant
Manager TJ East said the
stimulus money will allow
his company to add an
entire shift of bottlers, five
to seven people, who will
work the 11 p.m. to 7 a.m.
shift. The plant currently
has two shifts, running
T


from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m.,
with 14 employees.
The workers will be put
on full time with benefits
immediately, he said, as the
jobs are intended as perma-
nent positions. The addi-
tional work shift will allow
Ice River, to increase the
volume 'of bottled water it
provides existing clients.
"This is a great opportu-
nity for us and the commu-
nity,"' East said. "It allows
us to add employees sooner
than we'd planned."
At Hopkins Pontiac
GMC, general manager
and co-owner- Eddie
Hopkins expects to hire
two sales trainees with the
stimulus money. Although
he's been frustrated by
delays. in the release of
funds he hoped to have
-at least one on board by
now he's grateful for the
opportunity.
He said he would not
have been able to fill the
positions at all without the
stimulus funds. Hopkins
said he's already got one
potential employee in his
sights, who will likely be
put to work as soon as he
qualifies through the work-
force board, and is looking
for another..
Green Circle BioEnergy
.Manager and Vice
President Greg Martin said
his company applied for a
total of '10 positions
through the federal stimu-
lus package. These would
be both production and
maintenance jobs, he said.
Jackson County Clerk of
Court Dale Rabon Guthrie
is in line for two employ-
ees, and can scarcely wait
until the money i in hand.
She's got two positions she
wants to fill. One would
work with the finance
department .in the' county
annex on her behalf, and
one would work in the
courthouse in traffic, cir-
cuit civil court, or other
divisions. She's been wait-
ing two years to fill the
jobs.
"It is a huge deal," she
said. "I don't have any
money, because of the cuts
at the state level, and being
able to hire these at a frac-
tion of. the cost is really
going to be a relief for me."


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system. Birmingham, and is licensed
d that our board agreed to to.practice in Alabama and
d to cover the increased cost Florida.
r employees who probe ide The bulk of his case load
opportunities for this',com- in recent years has been
said in the.'news release defending clients in felony
ision. "Chipola is all, bout criminal cases.
%e our students.". ,. Trucks is qualifying via
the petition method, travel-.
Ii ing .the circuit to collect the
1,800 signatures he needs.
Trucks said he was
approached by several
S* friends and acquaintances,
4b- Ono* who suggested that he run
* ,D for office on learning of
Costello's retirement. He
WZ made his decision to do so
"about four weeks ago, and
Said he believes his experi-
ence is the strength he
P-o d .brings to the race.
"The last 15 years, my
P providers entire practice has been
devoted to helping other
people," Trucks said. "At
S. this point, I can't think of
... any better way to further
,that than to take my experi-
ence and education and put
-- thosd to work as a judge in
-* this circuit."
S As a candidate, he says he
thinks the extent of, his
S____experience will set him
S 1 apart from the field.
M ol01' As a defense attorney, he
had to always look at cases
Continued From Page 1A through prosecutor's eyes as
repair an identified leak'at a well,he said, providing him
storm drain,, and to check with a sense ofa balance
for other similar issues and that he believes will serve
for other similar issues him well as a judge.
repair them if found,.,wels se
McDonough expressed Trucks also said he would
some uncertainty about the always "treat litigants with
dehumidifiers, saying she all due respect and be
thought they would blow extremely concerned with
debris into', the occupied that."
He said he felt itwas
Bailey said the air return incumbent upon any judge
System alreadymoves air to "always be mindful of the
system already moves air ctthat you are a public
around, and that the. dehu- fact t e a pubic
midifiers would not exacer- servant, an elected official,
bate that condition. and that you need to behave
The county also called for that way."
a joint meeting between and out throughout the cir-
Bailey and McDonough to quidout throughout the cir-
Basee if they and McDonoughld come to cut,handling civil and
some common recommen- Themefelonca seat will
nations. The non-partisan seat will
nations be decided in the Aug. 24
primary. The job carries a
roughly $150,00 salary.
Continued From Page 1A If .elected, Trucks would
be, required to resign his
Guthrie doesn't know if partnership in the law firm.
she'll be able to keep the He said he would be
new employees permanent- required to, and would be
ly. As a public entity, she ethically inclined to recuse
has the option of making himself from any cases
the jobs temporary. She which put him in conflict or
said her decision will perceived conflict when a
depend on what happens case before him as a judge
with her budget this year. had any significant connec-
In Grand Ridge, City tion to a case he handled as
Manager JR Moneyham a private lawyer.
said the city will hire three Trucks and his wife Grace
employees, some or all of Horton Trucks, a business
whom could become per- owner in Panama City, have
manent. two young children.
He's looking for a main-
tenance employee, a heavy-
eqtlipment operator and a V
water/wastewater system
operator. .
The stimulus money will
allow Grand Ridge to hire
an operator before the con-
struction of its first-ever
wastewater plant is 'com-
pleted. Moneyham said this-
will be to everyone's,
advantage, allowing the"
employee an intimate look
at the system from the
ground up.
If the worker has any
free time during the sys-
tem's construction, they
perform other duties while
the project is finished up., BIT UA R ES
The heavy-equipment ges
operator's duties will like-
ly include some work on a James & Sikes Funeral
tract of land purchased by Home Maddox Chapel
the town, about 100 acres 4278 Lafayette St.
that Grand Ridge wants to Marianna, FL 32446
turn into a pine tree stand 482-2332
as a potential new revenue
stream. Frank E.
"I guess we're getting Forrester
into the tree farming busi-
ness," Moneyham said.
"Right now it's mostly Frank E. Forrester, 60, of
scrub oaks and open land, Malone died Wednesday,
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BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
Marianna Bulldogs senior
baseball player Colby Johnson
made it official Monday morn-
ing before a room full of friends,
relatives, coaches and players
that he will continue his baseball
career at Darton College in
Albany, Ga.,
Johnson has been a standout
on varsity for three years, at
MHS, and has played a multi-
tude of positions, including
pitcher and catcher.
He led the Bulldogs in home
runs last season and has a grand
slam this season.
Marianna coach Andy Shelton
has been Johnson's coach for the
three years at Marianna and
praised his player.
"It is always an honor for a
coach to have one of his players
sign a scholarship to further his
baseball career," the coach said.
"Most of all, Colby will get an
opportunity to continue to. play
the game he eats, sleeps and
breathes, while getting' an edu-
cation.
"It has been a blessing to
watch Colby grow as a baseball
players, and even moreso to see
the maturity he has gained in the
past'three years. This is a testa-
ment to his work ethic and his
talent. I wish the best of luck to
Colby and his family as he con-
tinues to college."
Johnson said he was very
appreciative of the opportunity
* to play for Darton.
"I think it's a good fit-for me.
I went to several showcases over
the past two years, and when I
went to Darton in the fall, I was
very impressed with their facili-
ty," he said. "The coaches are,
great and I like where they are


The Sneads Lady Pirates,
improved to 4-0 on the season
with a 7-3 win over Blountstown
on Tuesday night at home.
Sneads got five runs in the
third inning to take control, then
added two more in the sixth to
secure the .victory. /
Karissa Childs started in the.
circle for Sneads and picked up
the win, pitching four innings
and giving up three runs, two of
which were unearned.
Blountstown broke a scoreless
tie with a run in the top of, the
third inning. But the Lady
Pirates bounced back to seize
control in the bottom of the
frame.,
Aleisha Edenfield tied the
game with an RBI double to
score Childs, then Kayla Rabon
reached base on an infield sin-
gle.
After a' sacrifice bunt by
Bridget Dawson moved the run-
ners to second and third,
DeAnne Berry came through
with.a two-out, two-RBI double
to make it 3-1 Sneads.
Jolie Johnson added another
run with arn RBI single to score
Berry. Ashlen Wilson capped the
scoring with an RBI single to


Marianna Bulldogs baseball player Colby Johnson, left, signs a scholarship offer to play baseball
for Darton College on Monday at Marianna High School while his mother, Kim Johnson, looks on.
- Mark Skinner/Floridan .


going with their program.
"I'd like to thank coach
Shelton for helping me get to the
next level. He's been great to
me. I'd also like to thank my
family who have supported me,
through all the years of my play-'
ing baseball.
"Jeremy (Branch) and coach
Allen (Childs) have always been
behind me, and without every-


one who's been in* my life, I
wouldn't be getting this
chance."
Darton assistant coach and
camp coordinator, Steve Moritz
said Darton is eager to see
Johnson on its roster next year.
"We are really excited to have
an athlete of this caliber with his
versatility to play for us," the
coach said." "He can play so


many places, but even more
than that, we are excited to have
him because of his work ethic
off the field.
"He is someone who is going
to put forth the effort to get the
job done. He is also the first
player to attend the Darton
Showcase and be offered a
scholarship based on his per-
formance at the showcase."


pretty sharp. That's
probably the best I've
seen her look all year.
-Kelvin Johnson,
Snedds coach

score Johnson.
Blountstown scored two more
rvns in the top of the fourth
inning to cut the deficit to 5-3.
Edenfield' came on in relief of
Childs in the fifth inning and
quickly mowed down the Lady
Tigers in order in the fifth and
sixth innings.-
In the bottom of the sixth,
Childs led off with a walk and
scored on a ground ball by
Raybon.
Londyn Chason's RBI single
brought home Edenfield for the
final run of the game.
Edenfield continued her domi-
nance in the circle in the sev-
enth, retiring all three batters she
faced.
The. senior right-hander was
spectacular in relief, striking out
six batters in three perfect
innings of work.
"She looked pretty sharp,"
Sneads coach Kelvin Jbhnson


.Sneads pitcher Kayla Rabon gets 'ready to deliver a pitch during
a game against Cottondale on Feb. 19 in Sneads. The Lady
Pirates defeated Blountstown 7-3 on Tuesday night in .Sneads to
improve to 4-0 on the season. Floridan File Photo


said of Edenfield. 'That's proba-
- bly the best I've seen her look all
year."
The Lady Pirates improved to
3-0 in district play, and they'll
finish the week. with two more
district games.


' Sneads plays host to
Graceville tonight at 4 p.m. and
6 p.m., then go on the- road
Saturday to play South Walton.
Graceville is 3-1 overall and
See WIN, Page 6A >


Bulldogs beat Seminole 10-3


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Bulldogs picked up a
10-3 win over Seminole on Tuesday
night at Bulldog Field, while the MHS
junior varsity scored an 11-0 victory.
Jaren Bannerman got the starting nod
on the mound for the Bulldogs, and the
junior went 3 1/3 innings, and gave up
one run on no hits and three walks.
Austin Branch came in to close out the
final 3 2/3 innings, giving up two runs on
two hits, one walk, and no errors.
Marianna struck first in the bottom-of
. the first inning when Clayte Rooks drew
a lead-off walk and advanced to second
on a sacrifice by Branch.
Colby Johnson took one for the team,
and a double steal put runners on the cor-
ners. A walk to Jaren Bannerman loaded
the bases with Rooks taking advantage of
a passed ball to score the first, run.
.Alex Bigale singled to score another
run, but a fly to third ended the inning
with two runners left on base.
Seminole County picked up. its first
run in the top of the second inning on
back-to-back errors. Sam Buczek
reached on an error at shortstop, took
second on a balk, then stole .his way
home. With one out in the second
r inning, Anthony Williams reached on an
error and moved to second when Rooks


singled. Williams crossed the plate on a
throwing error to make it a 2-1 game.
Seminole County took the lead in the
sixth inning with two runs.
A lead-off hit and -a triple by Josh
Buczek tied the game, then a sacrifice by
Sam Buczek scored the go ahead run.
Marianna countered in the bottom half
with eight runs on three- hits and four
walks. Rooks, Bannerman, and Smith all
had hits, with Dustin O'Hearn, Anthony
Williams, Chris Godwin, and Smith
drawing walks. Colby Johnson was hit
by a pitch. Branch issued a one-out walk
in the top of the seventh inning, but a
fielder's choice and a strikeout ended the
inning and the game.
In junior varsity action, it was fresh-
man Seth Singletary picking up the win,
going two innings, giving up no runs, no
hits, and no walks while striking out two.
Austin Lombardo came on in relief in
the third inning, gave up no runs, one hit,
one walk, and struck out two in three
innings of work. Offensively for the.
Bulldogs; Jae Elliott was 2-for-2 with a
run scored, while Kaidd Golden, Shayne
Blanton, Michael Mader, and Chris
Johnson all picked up a hit and an RBI.
Lombardo added a hit and a walk.
Taylor Strauss, Adam DeWitt, and Heath
Roberts all drew walks, with Strauss and
Roberts scoring runs.


Marianna first baseman Alex Bigale, right, gets
low to catch a pick-off throw from the pitcher dur-
ing a game against Seminole on Tuesday night in
Marianna. The Bulldogs won the game 10-3, get-
ting eight runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to
take the lead for good. -Mark
Skinner/Floridan
T


Johnson inks with Darton


got to start hitting and playing
defense. That's not a real shocker
because that's the game of base-
ball, hitting and playing defense."
SHS next plays Vernon on
Friday.


Darton tops
Chipola in
shootout, 14-13



-6A


Chipley


sneaks by


MHS 1-0
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS. EDITOR
Chelsea Carter pitched a com-
plete game shutout and ,scored
Chipley's only run in a 1-0 Lady
Tigers victory, over the Lady
Bulldogs on Tuesday night in
Marianna.
The loss was the first of the
season for -the Lady Bulldogs,
who fell to 4'-1.
Marianna was coming' off of a.
6-2 win over North Florida
Christian on Monday, but Carter
proved too difficult a test on
Tuesday.
Carter pitched all seven innings.
and allowed just seven hits, while
striking out five and walking one.
.Hali Stout was almost as good
for the Lady Bulldogs, also going
the distance and surrendering just
three hits and a walk, while strik-
ing out three.
The only run of the game came
in the top of the sixth, when
Carter doubled to left field and
went to third on a Marianna
throwing error.
The next Lady Tigers batter,
Sarah Gore, brought Carter to the
plate on a ground ball to put
Chipley in front for good.
That was all the support Carter
needed, on a night when
Marianna simply wasn't able to
get runs across.
"We couldn't get our bats
together," Lady Bulldogs coach
Tasha Braddy said of the game.
"We lost because we couldn't hit.
If you can't hit, -you can't win.
We made too many errors, and we
couldn't get our sticks going.
That cost us the ballgame."
See MHS, Page 6A >


Hornets fall


to PDL 8-7


,in opener.
BY DUSTIN KENT -
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Cottondale Hornets fell to
Ponce De -Leon in their regular
season opener Tuesday night in
Cottondale.
The Pirates rallied from a 5-1
deficit with six rdns in the top of
the fifth inning.
Cottondale added a run in the
sixth and seventh innings, but
Ponce De Leon's run in the top of
the seventh proved to be the dif-
ference.
Aaron McClain started on the
mound for the Hornets and
pitched five innings, surrendering
five runs three earned on
five hits, five walks, and five
strikeouts.
Cottondale coach Greg Ohler
said his team's late start to the
season might have proven costly
on Tuesday.
See OPENER, Page 6A >

SHS drops two

in Bainbridge
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Sneads Pirates baseball
team .dropped to 0-3 to start the
season after a pair of lopsided
losses to Bainbridge on Tuesday
night on the road.
Bainbridge won the first game
10-2 and the second 8-0.
"We didn't do anything good,"
Sneads coach Mark Guerra said
of his team. "We just. aren't play-
ing good right now. We've got a
long way to go."
John Beauchamp started the
first game for Sneads and pitched
two innings, while John Locke
started and went four in the sec-
ond game.
The Pirates' pitching staff had
trouble keeping Bainbridge off
the scoreboard, but it's the lack of
offensive production that Guerra
said has him worried.
"We're batting .173 as a team,
and that's just bad," the coach
said. "The bottom line is we've


Lady Pirates win fourth straight over BHS
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR "(Edenfield) looked










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www.JCFLORIDAN.com


Darton tops Chipola in shootout MHS


Continued From Page 5A


Chipola Baseball
The Chipola Indians
host the Conyers
Hardwood Floors Classic.
this weekend at Chipola
Field. The Indians play
Miami-Dade on Friday at
1 p.m., then Middle
Georgia on Saturday at 4
p.m., and Kanakee on
Sunday at 2 p.m.

Chipola Softball
The Lady Indians are
scheduled to play seven
games in Panama City
this weekend at Frank
Brown Park, starting
Friday at 11 a.m. against
Southeastern
Community College.
Chipola returns home
March 2 with two games
against South Georgia.

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 partic-
ipate. For. a $50 dona-
tion; sponsor's name can
appear on back'of 5K t-
shirt.. E-mail starry-
oung@hotmail.com.'

Benefit Bog-In
The Altha Dixie Youth
Baseball Program is hav-
ing a benefit bog-in at 2
p.m. on Feb. 27 at the
Altha Area Recreational
Complex to support
Dixie Youth Baseball.
Gates open at 10 a.m.,
with food and drinks
available for all.
There's a $10 entry
fee. Children 12 and
under get in free. For
more info, call Richard
Hall at 850-272- 3965.
5K Fun Run
Marianna Probation
and Parole, and the
Chipola chapter of Phi
Theata 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 pro-
ceeds benefit 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 to Sneads Project
Graduation to keep sen-
iors safe on graduation
night.

Big Bend Baseball
The Big Bend Baseball
League of Florida will
franchise two additional
teams for the 2010 base-
ball season.
The Chipley Bruins
and the Destin Dawgs
will join the Bay County
Brewers and the Jackson
County Jays to make up
the western division of
the league, The eastern
division will consist of
the Chattahoochee Red
Birds, Liberty County
Diamond Dawgs, Gulf
County Drive, and the
Calhoun County


Horsemen.
League play is sched-
uled to begin March 13-
14, with all first round
scheduled games to be
played in Chipley, as the
Big Bend Baseball
League Kick-off Classic.

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial @jcfloridan. co
m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
FL 32447.


By DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Darton Cavaliers scored
three runs in the bottom of the
seventh inning to rally past the
Chipola Indians for a 14-13 vic-
tory Tuesday in Albany, Ga.
A two-run single by Erick
Gaylord scored Freddy Garay
and Dylon Murk for the go-
ahead runs in the seventh.
The hit came off of Chipola's
CJ Riefenhauser, who inherited
two runners after taking over for


Duncan Midkiff.
Drew Shields came in to score
the first run of the inning after an
error by Michael Revell.
In the inning, Chipola had an
error, a hit batter, and a wild
pitch that allowed Murk and
Garay to move into scoring posi-
tion with two outs.
In the top of the eighth, Jake
Smith came on to pitch for
Darton and struck out the
Chipola side.
It was Kevin Bibler who was
called on to close it out in the


ninth for Darton, and Tyrone
Dawson came up with a one-out
single to give Chipola life.
But after a fielder's choice by
Blake Newalu, Bibler struck out
Josh Allen to end.the game.
Chipola fell to 9-7 with the
loss. The Indians -have now
dropped four of their last five
games. Chipola was led offen-
sively by Eric Sauls, .who fin-
ished 3-for-3 with a home run,
three runs, and four RBI. Revell
was 1-for-4 with a homer and
four RBI. Dawson had three hits.


Marianna had twice as many baserun-
ners as Chipley, but Carter was able to
consistently get out of trouble.
"It seemed like in every inning we had
runners on base or in scoring position, but
we couldn't get them in," Braddy said.
"We did not have 'it together last night.
Our minds weren't there, and our atti-
tudes weren't there."
Whitney Lipford led Marianna offen-
sively by going 2-for-4, with a walk. ,'
The Lady Bulldogs are scheduled to
take on another district foe in Walton
. tonight at 6 p.m. in Marianna.


Opener
. Continued From Page 5A

"It was our first game, and you could tell Michael Hill was 2-for-3 with an RBI
that Ponce De Leon had played a couple of and two runs scored.
times and had the butterflies out of their Ohler said he could live with the offen-
system. We were a little tight," the coach sive production he saw on Tuesday night,
said. but everything else would need to
"We walked 13, and you're not going to improve.
beat anybody walking 13. They scored six "The hitting was OK for the first game,"
in the fifth inning on four walks and two the poach said. "But the defense made
errors. You're not going to beat anybody some errors in crucial spots, and the pitch-
like that." ing needs to settle down and throw some
Ryan Morrissey led the Hornets offen- strikes."
lively, finishing 3-for-3 with a triple and The Hornets will take on PDL again
four RBI. tonight in Ponce De Leon, before returning
Patrick McClain was' 1-for-2 with two home on Friday to take on Blountstown at
walks, a stolen base, and three runs scored. 5 p.m.


Win
Continued From Page 5A


2-0 in in district.
Kelvin Johnson said he
expected a tough game on
Friday night, similar to the
two contests the teams
played last season. The
Lady Pirates won the first
matchup 4-3 in Sneads,
then won 7-2 in Graceville.
"We're looking forward
to a good game against
Graceville,"'the Sneads
coach said. "We won both
of them last year, but it was
hard to win them. They
were both good games
down to the last out."
Graceville has been on
fire since a season-opening
loss to Marianna, winning
three in a row while scoring
an average of 15 runs per
game.
However, the Lady
Pirates possess one of the


best pitching staffs in the
area, with Edenfield,
Childs, and Rabon all capa-
ble of pitching in pressure
situations against high-
quality competition. ". .
"With our .pitching, we
feel confident no one is
going to score a bunch of
runs if we play halfway
decent defense," the
Sneads coach said. "It
helps to have',. more than
one talented pitcher. It's
good to have three girls you
have confidence in that
they can come in and do a
good job.
"A lot of schools are not
that fortunate. We've got
three we feel good about
throwing out there against
anybody."
Johnson said all three of
his pitchers could see


/ action against Graceville, h U WI.,L., .
-but he hasn't yet nAmed a
starter.


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$500-$1300. 850-526-8367 enclosed Arrowhead, loaded CH/A roof, very nice. 334-699-5880
Our Newspap New 3/2 house 4 trailer $1500 new Asking $74,300. fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 CK KIA'03 RIO, Blue, 57K o Cust. paint Char. 500. 334-726-1215 exus '08 RX-350
Yard & Estate Sales rent. Compass Lk cond. 850-447-2859 334-655-1100 gas, 5,900 mi. $00k TMiles, w/warranty, Gray Many Cust. opt. Mercedes 97' SL500 white w/tan leather,
area on 1.5 ac lot. Honda TRX 300 EX OBO 334-898-1201 OUT THE new tires, LOADED! Fr End Damage $4800 Hd. top conv. 54K mi. sunroof, dual power
To Visit Visited 850-573-0625 Bike is complete cus- LASSFIEDS! $4,800 OBO 229-334- OBO 334-475-6267 leather int. Wine col- seats 45,600 mi,
tToist issom pl th..r otc 8520, 334-355-1202 or 475-0084 or 334-693-3980 $26,900 334-685-6233

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4187 Vereen St. avail. 3/1/10 in POLARIS Rarngr '06
Grnwd, 40' Fridgidare Bascom, For info call 5Ou, 4 x 4v w,'g sa Carriage Came. 16,
stove (like new), 850-272-3210 windshield, fiber- 32ft. 3-slides, 2-A/C, Four Winds '99
books, Plus sz glass roof, winch, a/t 5.5 K Generator, Motor- home. 34ft.
clothes, & much f MobileHomes 2589 mud & snow tires loaded, no smoke, n0 Excellent condition,
more. for Rent farm only, runs per- $36,500 334-714-4001 20K, New tires, DVD
fect.$6,500., 334-775- Player-Ref- /Frez
pets & animals 2/1 Located in 30137334-69S-0139 Cherokee Trailer '06 w/Ice maker, Water
pets m s2/ catd i28' L. sleeps 8, Like heater, hydraulic
neads $30/mmo new. $16,000. 334-
850u57330308. B= oats 347-1887 or 334-449- jacks, convection- -rt i r! --COO,] mLSTUFF"forFREEby vi w j oidno S -. mi- rc -m Lt o dt ms
$20&3OR u H20/ 2008 Fisher 1754, slide out. $25,500 12X12 Chain link 5 gallon Aquarium Dishwasher $40, Full sz headboard & Quilting Fabric, lots &
fence dog kennel w/pump & lid $20 white, good cond. footboard lots of pieces to
"..Err car, mincl. 40hp mercury, 4- 334-718-0460, 718- w/gate, $200 850- 850-526-3426 850-482-5874 w/matching dresser, choose from. $1/ea
rrrn.: _,__. stroke, mtr guide, 0793 482-3469 $75 850-593-5702 850-272-8967
Free Pets Policy c ascountryliving. trolling mtr, Hum- -3Amyrilla for sale: Doll buggy, antique
com. 850-258- mingbrd 565, TAC, Monoco Knight'06, 17 cu. ft. chest freez- $15/doz. Discount for replica, 14" tall, for HP Photosmart 8200-
Your pet deserves a I0v- 4868/209-8847 bilge pump, live well, Save $25K or more. er $65 850-569-2880 bulk sales. Call Paul porcelain collection Printer Almost new Tanning Bed Bulbs,
faria freet Ae ad 334-798-0010 Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 850-482-4285 $10 850-526-3426 includes cartridges (over 800 hrs left)
response from individuals $375 + dep 850- 579- Caravelle '07 21'5" COACHMEN '00 mlcmanyfupgrades __Dress,_motherof_-34 850-209-5294
whoiwillsellyouranimalfor 4622/209-1664/573- Bowrider. 45 hours. Prospera 5th WH, $159,700. 850-866- barrel 12 gauge shot- Black & floral Roec- Dress, mother oftagon(850)592-2507 $8
research e breeding pa 1851 Mercruiser 350 MPI 36.5', washer/dryer, 263-2701 rugs, $25/1a 850- on, teal beaded $25 WahWah pedal, like Toddler Car Seat,
pases.Please screen re- pu r @ 260 hp. Bimini top. 6500 Onon Gen. Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 592-3261 850-272-2871 new, $50 850-482- brown, nice condition
spondents cares sly .een 2BR MH in Green- Snap in carpet and $17,500: Husky 25 K slide-outs, 15K mi. 2007 Dodge Caliber Chrmebundfc- DVd,4057$
gspongeananimalaay ewoode, $425 water/ covers. A ton of ac- Hitch $750 250-951- 350 CAT diesel, Slush Mats w/logo, Chrome bug r4 efle', DVD player,g 2 50 $35 850-526-3426
e incl. 850-569-1015 Call for all of the ex- Allisonsp. 7.5 dfiese 850-482,5874 or Mercury SUV, new 593-5702 SAMBO- 1st Edition Various size bird
BirdsBees Calfo3/2 DW $400/mo & fa tel e x- COUGAR '05 Camper gen r. frig490. 850-209-5294 FREE: Sawdust, bag- 1939 Whitman Pub. cages $20 $50 850-
2/2 SW $375 both in tion. $27,000.00 OBD. Trailer w/1 slide, icemaker 2 Pioneer 12's al- $35 (850)59-2507
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Automobiles Motorcyes Motorcycles raers-raors Trucks-HeavyDuty Lea Ntices Legal Noti No twice to Creditorseto Ito
SSuzuk 5079 Yama-01 RadStar Ford2 T 0 SECONDS WEST ticularly described as LF14867 OF THIS NOTICE ON
lectors item, 1 cyl, 2 Midnight Ed 1600, INCOME red, 4WD, Triton L Ntic 1 210 FEET THENCE N follows THEM.
Lincoln 01' Excutive stroke scooter or- cover,3000+ miles. V8/5.4L eng, 104,168 D E 0 i IN THE CIRCUIT 0
Series103Kmi. ange, exccono, Black900.00, OBO OPPORTUNITY mi.,'Super Crew Cab, LF14827 NUTES EAST 210 The East 1/2 of the COURTIFORTHE All other creditors of
w/reg. serv., power street legal.$1295. (334)655-9111 STAINLESS ood tires, tool box, FEET TO THE SOUTH- Southeast 1/4 of the FOURTEENTH the decedent and
widows &seats 334-774-2521334-774- STEAL,R DINER $3,500.334-894-1212 IN THE CIRCUIT ERLY RIGHTOFWAY Southwest 1/4 of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN persons leaving
w. lumbar leather 2773 after 5 P.M. 'STYLE or 334-494-2823 COURT OF THE 14TH OF A COUNTY ROAD; Section 26, Township AND FOR JACKSON claims or demands
int. new tires adult CONCESSIONJUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN THENCE S 89 DE-3 North, Range 11 COUNTY, FLORIDA against the estate
driven exc. cond. HARLEY Davidson 01 TRAILER FORD *02 F-250, quad AND FOR JACKSON GREES 37 MINUTES West, Jackson Coun- must file their claims
$6,900. cash firm Road King Police, INCLUDES cab, Lariat, leather COUNTY, FLORIDA 30 SECONDS EAST ty, Florida. CASE NO.09 311 PR. with this court WITH-
334-790-4892 16,500 miles. White, GRIDDLE, HOT & seats, power, 7.3 210.0 FEET TO THE PROBATE DIVISION IN THREE MONTHS
clean & shop kept. COLD TRAYS, Diesil, newtires, CASE NO: 32-2008- POB. Any person claiming AFTER THE DATE OF
Lincoln Town Car '91 $11,000; 334-774-3663 BOILING TRAYS, 128K, $13,800 CA-000790 an interest inthe sur- IN RE ESTATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
V8 motor, mint cond., Yamaha '05 Vmax TRIPLE SINK 334-899-0099 TOGETHER WITH plus from the sale, if TION OF THIS NO-
burgundy, 39,390. HARLEY DAVIDSON anniv. edition in $9,000. OBO WACHOVIA BANK, THAT CERTAIN 1981 any, other than the PEARL GARDNER TICE.
New tires, nice int., '02 Fatboy with lots flame red, excel. 334-389-2816 Ford 03'V-8 NATIONAL ASSOCIA- GREA MOBILE HOME property owner as of LONG, date of the first
needs back shocks, of Chrome, Black, cond., 6K mi., 1198 cc Supercrew 30,200 mi. TION VIN#GDLCFL3181515 the date of the lis The date of the first
$2000. 334-897-5482. $10,250 352-303-2713 & incl.siss bar, Massey Ferguson 240 like new, Must See! 7A AND pendens, must file a Deceased. publication of this
Malibu 00needs Harley Davidson '02 guard cover & trickle 400 hrs like new $16,000 334-494-0460 Plaintiff, GDLCFL31815157B claim within sixty Notice is February 25,
Mal 00 needs. Heritage Classin chger, $6,200. 334- $9800OB334794 or 334-393-6479 Street Address 6195 (60) days after the NOTICE TO 2010.
head gasket. $500. Heritage Classic, lots 333-5854 or email $9,800. OBO 334-794-- or SPANISH NOTICEDTO
334-237-1653 of chrome, 16K miles, rjkess.Acomcast.net 3226 vs CYPRESS, FLORIDA CREDITORS ALL CLAIMS, DE-
$13,000.OBO, 334- ,ss6'c-m-r',-n., : JOANNE OLCYPRESS, FLORIDA
S 588-2409/798-9478 UY M E JANNE SMITH, ET 32432 DATED: February 11, TO ALL PERSONS TMANDSANDsOBJEC-
M E AL 2010 HAVING CLAIMS OR TIONS NOT so FILED
Harley Davidson 02' Any person claiming DEMANDS AGAINST WILL BE FOREVER
Heritage Softail '06 Defendants. an interest in the sur- DALE RABON GU- THE ABOVE ESTATE:, BARRED.
Springer like new, to YAMAHA 06 plus from the sale, if THRIE
Many ext. to list Roadstar 1700cc. ;, NOTICE OF SALE any, other than the Clerk of the Circuit The administration of DATED this 23rd day
4,600 mi. $12,000 Black. Motorcycle. :- Ford '06 F 30.Oesel. PURSUANT TO property owner as of Court the estate of PEARL of February, 2010.
Mazda 5, 07' Grand 334-235-2995 5000 miles. Vance New 09 16t Trailer, 4WD. clean. 50k m,. CHAPTER 45 the date of the lis GARDNER LONG-de-
tourin, exc condre Hines Exhaust Sys used once, 7000 gooseneck hitch, pendens, must file a BY:Beverly Hatcher ceased, File-Number Attorney for Personal
mining warr.48K HARLEYDavidson03 4 helmets GVWR,2 axels, pd $25k, 850-569-2262 NOTICE IS HEREBY claim within sixty Deputy Clerk 09-311 PR, is Representative:SHA
mi. black $11,500 RoadKing,'95" stage te. 4 helmets and. $1935 asking $1600 GIVEN pursuant to (60) days after the he Circui Court WN P. GOLETZ, ES-
334-445-3652 or 256- 2, security, gps, oil gel cushion. One 850-569-2262 Ford '07 F150 XLT the Nummar Final sale Garv B Bowden for Jackson Count WN P E E
45- 26 oma owner, garage kept. supercrew 45Lthe Summary Final sale. Garvin B. Bowden, for Jackson County, QUIRE
34- 52- 26 cooler, many extras. owner, garage kept. e darkblu Judgment in Foreclo- Esq, Florida, Probate Divi-:r Bar No.
80 $10,500.334-803-5008 Like new. $8000 Vans w/bed cover 144K sure dated January WITNESS my hand Gardner, Bist, Wie. sion, t he address of 033o8450
E320 sorts nack- Harley Davidson 05' 334- 618-5833. m pwr, CC, $14,500 27, 2010 and entered and the seaI of the ner, Wadsworth & which is Jackson Smith, Thompson,
aE320, sports ack- FLHTCI Electra glide -, 4 in Case No. 32-2008- Court this 29th day of Bowden P.A. County Courthouse, Shaw & Manausa,
agte, charcoal /black ls9, m p. 1978 Chevy Step Van, 334-714-6999 CA-000790 of the Cir- January, 2010. 1300 Thomaswood 4445 Lafayette P,A.
$17,000.interior 334-806-7190K m les. ackloaded,9'000. NEG. 334-347-06190. FORD '07 F250 Super cult Court of the 14th Drive Street, Mariana 3520, Thomasville
17$13,800.33904-714-9377 Dty V-8 Crew Cab Judicial Circuit in and DALE RABON GU- Tallahassee, Florida Florida 32446. Th Road, 4th Floor
Mercedes '06 R-350, Chevy 03'}Astro van XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, for Jackson County, THRIE 32308 names and address- Tallahassee, Florida
white w/tari leather, Harley Davidson 07T Lt pack. 61K actual Tan, $32,000 334-688- Florida, wherein es of the personal 32309
sunroof, 3rd row Ultra Classic 12,000 d- Yamaha7 ta rear air very nice 8606, 334-695-0688 WACHOVIA BANK, BY: Beverly Hatcher representative and Tel: (850) 893-4105
seat, 99,300 mi. mi. Pearl white, load- Yamaha'07 VStar cond. $7,800. OBO NATIONAL ASSOCIA- as Deputy Clerk the personal repre- Fax: (850) 893-7229
$17,900 334-685-6233 ed, greatprice 1300 Tour, fuel inject- 347-5560 after 6pm FORD '77, F100, 350, TION is Plaintiff and LF14848 sentative's attorney
Merceds98' SLK230, 9898 or 334-673-3837 ed cover&helmet, Chrysler '95Voyager, ong wheel base, JANNE SMITH LF14857 INVITATION T BID are set forth below. Personal Representa-
laMerceds 334-673-3837a'3Chr ,sler ager, auto, ps/pb, runs & AS THE UN- INVITATION TO BID
leather, Hd. top, Con cruise control, load- V6, auto, seats 8, looks good. $2,500. KNOWN SPOUSE OF IN THE CIRCUIT ALL INTERESTED tive:
vert. Supercharged, 4 ed, 5K., Like newly power, am/fm cass. 334-735-5404 JOANNE SMITH, IF COURT OF THE Jackson County PERSONS ARE NOTI- JOYCE LONG MATH-
cyl. Cd,89K mi. $6,990.334-714-4001 new tires, NOW ANY; DISCOUNT FOURTEENTH School Board is ex- FIED THAT: EWS
$9,500.334-898-1201 $1975 OBO 850-592- FORD '77F100 CARS OF MARIANNA, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN tending an invitation 988 Vireos Circle
Mercury '92 Grand Scooters/Mopeds 2832 6cy., short wheel INC. D/B/A DIS- AND FOR JACKSON for bids to perform All creditors of the Tallahassee, Florida
Marauis.Clean.Runs base, runr & looks COUNT CARS, INC; COUNTY, FLORIDA all work associated decedent and other 32312
good. $2.500 00. ASSOCIATES FINAN- with the HVAC Re- persons having
Good.$1995 793-2142 m'05 Scooter. 90mpg. 1 334-735 5404 CIAL SERVICES COM- CASE NO. 08-690-CA placement Phase claims or demands RITALATRELLELONG
Mitsubishi '02 Lancer HARLEY DAVIDSON 49cc Heavy Duty. PANY OF FLORIDA, IIIll-West at Graceville against decedent's 1103 Rockbrook
LS, 4cyl, sudan, 08 1200 Sportster Lake new. low miles. INC: are- the FARM CREDIT OF Elementary School, estate on whom a Court
$4,000.334-984'-2044 Custom. 108 miles. Must see. $1200OBO Defendant, 5). I will NORTHWEST Cottondale High copy of this notice is Tallahassee, Florida
Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 warranty. Like new. 850-482-7739 sell to the highest FLORIDA, ACA, School, Marianna served within three 32311
speed 32k mi. $8700. 334702-4778. Sa,, Ford 955 Windsar and best bidder for Middle School, months after the
likenewREDUCED port Ut;li Vehicle V eling f rt cash at Ihe NORTH Plaintiff, Cottondale Elemen- date of the first pub-
$11,900850-482-2994 Harley Davidson '08 only 00 34-69 DOOR OF THE tary School, County location of this notice 0
Electra Glide Classic., e, 8 34-.7 1-, COURTHOUSE of the vs. Administration Of- must file their claims
Nissan '07 Altima 4000 miles, 1 year Chevy'84Tahoe, 2987 33701-5516 Ford3 F 100, NEW JACKSON County fice, and Bus Barn. with the Court WITH-
2.5SL, Black, 34,200 warranty left. LS Beige 83000 Honda Odyssey '05,AC, P.S., paint, Courthouse, in JACK- D&B LLC, WILLIAM IN THE LATER OF
mi.oon roof, bse stereo, $17,000.334-6184430 tinted EXL 87k mi. Silver bedliner & carb. 94 SON County, Florida, DOUGLAS Drawings and speci- THREE MONTHS AF-
moon roof, t.spoiler,y Harley avidon '87 dws inning bds w/gray leather int Eng. 6cyl. exc. cond at 11:00 s.m., on the HARRIS, and UN- fications will be TER THE DATE OF C UJ.2
leather int. ery Harl Suey Davidsone, Cus $14dw,000.ru 85nningbds0-718- owner, non-smoker $4,000. OBO 983-4941 4th day of March, KNOWN TENANT(S), available from THE FIRST PUBLICA- FOOTWORK
clean, Like new., FXR Supelide, Cus- 7 "40569-57718- pwr slide doors, Ford '95 FI short 2010, the following Watford Engineering, TION OF THIS NOTICE
$15,000. obo, tom pa, ots of 7040, 569-5774. moon roof, rear A/C Ford95 F150, short described property Defendants. Inc., 2872 Madison OR THIRTY DAYS AF-
334-37-2.0702 or chrome. $9500850- GREAT CONDITION 2nd row capt.airs wheel based 302 V8 as-set forth in said Street, Marianna, FL TER THE DATE OF
334-432-0302. 260-1666 Good cond.w capt.13,000 chairs aded.52korig. li Order or Final Judg- NOTICE OFSALE 32448. A $100.00 de- SERVICE OF A COPY
Nissan '08 Altima Harley Davidson '96 334-393-8824 5-5203 meant, to wit: APTER 4SUANT TO require paa set will be
UNDER WARRANTY Fatboy. red & white, MM CHAPTER 45 payable to
LIKE NEW $200 down 3 il.ret THE NORTHEAST NOTICE is given pur- Inc. D osnt will be
$269 per mo. Call Ron shape. %8.500. CORNER OF SECTION suant to a Final Judg- Irefundeupon return
Ellis334-714-0028 8991212Navistar '98 Eagle, 36, TOWNSHIP 4 ment of Foreclosure of complete usable
Pontiac '08 G6 GT Chevy '05 Tahoe, PLYMOUTH 96 Grand with 525E Cummings NORTH, RANGE 9 dated September 23, sets within 2 weeks
MUST SELL! $200 49 ,100 mi, leather Voyager. 4 new tires, engine, new tires, all WEST, JACKSON 2009, in Case No. 08- of bid date. .
down $249 per month new tires, power, towing package, new equipment included. COUNTY," FLORIDA; 690-CA, of the Circuit
Call Ron Ellis very nice'18995 power steering excellent running THENCE N 89 DE- Court of the Four- All bids must be
334-714-0028 White 850-579-4694 pump, very clean, condition. $10,500. GREES 37 MINUTES teenth Judicial Cir- clearly marked with
4 dlow mileage, $3.250 334-803-5072 or 334- 30 SECONDS WEST cuit, in and for Jack- the Project Name
Saturn '03 1on, new Chevy Trailblazer 08' OBO334-687-9845or 899-6594 6.50 FEET TO THE son County, Florida, and Bid Date and
motor 16K, 4dr, silver Harley Spornster 06- black, LS 31K mi. A/C 334.355.1118 --CENTERLINE OF in which FARM CRED- must be delivered to
$4,500.334-677-0781 Orange 1200R, Vance & Rear air Exc. Cond. Sonoma '03 GMC .STATE ROAD NO. 275; IT OF NORTHWEST the Jackson County
Toyota '05 Matrix & Hines Short Shots, $15,000.334-791-9115 Extended Cab 4.3V6 THENCE S 00 DE- FLORIDA, -ACA, is the School Board Office,
GREAT GAS MILEAGE braided lines, 8,900 Ford'6 Exedion Engine Automatic GREES 06 MINUTES Plaintiff and D&B 2903 Jefferson Street. 1l
GREAT GAS MILEAGE, braided lines, 8,900 Ford '06Expedion Automobiles Pwer brakes & WEST ALONG SAID LLC, and WILLIAM Marianna, FL 32446
PAYMENT! $500 HP 3rd Row Seat, Leathwindows. Clean CENTERLINE 15.0 DOUGLASHARRIS areprior to the B
down $250 permont terBlac lowered er22KNeg Like Corvair for parts $7,800. Call 792-0603. FEET; THENCE N 89 the Defendants, Iwill Opening which will
Call 334-791-8243 Ask garagemkept.12km $ New 334-718-0087 1965-69 will haul off. DEGREES 37 Mi- sell to the highest be held at 2:00 PM on
for SteMustsee $11kOBO GMC'00Jimmy, WEST 50.0 FEET TO cash at the front Board Meeting Room.
SCdale 850-352-4342 great cond.. $4200 T "" -- THE POB; THENCE S door of the Jackson Bids will be opened
S850-526-2491 TrucksHeavyDuty00 DEGREES 06 M County Courthouse and read aloud at
askforTom NUTES WEST ALONG In Marianna, Jackson thattime.
a3 da THE WESTERLY Couoty, Florida at
Hummer063,41k RIGHT OF WAY OF1ER :00 a.m. on March The Owner reserves
lehrm nts silite A STATE ROAD 112010 the property the right to accept ore
lealherseas, satilite 275. 20.0 FEET: se fort in the Final reject any or all bids wt C s
TOYOTA 8 Yaris 3D radio, blue exterior. THENCE N 89 DE- Judgment of Foreclo- and waive technical. W ith Classifieds
10K Ml. under war- Honda 01 Rele $22.495 OBO.798-9695 ri GREES 37 MINUTES sure and more par- ties w ith the Cii s
ranty, greatasmile- Scooter maroon, Jeep '04 Wrangler,
age, loaded $12,500 4-stroke, 249cc, 70 trail rated, less than
OBO 334.775-3028 mpg/mph $2100. 27K miles, hard & -- l..
205-310-5662 soft tops. AM/FM CD. 080odge Raml500
SAC. tiltand cruise. BigHkor Edt cru
334.693-9009 Black,2WD, 5.7 Hemi,
"Auto, Only 8xxx Miles
$23,500.00
(334) 379-8733
2008 F-250 Ford -
Lariat Exc. Conti. 1`4
13,176 Mi. $36,000
Toyota '09 Canary '- = *Truck is fully loaded
m o u m ry cJeep 04' Wrangler X 850-569-2840
Commuter car. Honda- 05 4.0L 6cyl 5 sd 4WD buddy 7,,nl1Se| x| Yom l "'r '
21,000 miles. Still un- HVT 00n S Beauti.- Ka So -Tp. AC b8ddi'igIespcm
der warranty $16,900lkyri Vs 1300R/S Beauti= Kaki-r. col-. AC
der warranty $16,900. ful Cand Black Cher- am/m/cd/ p3, alloy Chevrolet '06 1500
334-726-2972 ry, over 2000 in ac. whis. Mopar bmpr & Silverado WT. ex-
TOYOTA '10 silver cessories. 8k miles, gril grd. Exc. Cond. tended cab. Good
Prius, brand new, w/ asking $5700 I owner 3 rd car. cond.. $9.500. OBO *....'..
extended warranty: H a '06 LOWjMILES 31300 334-798-3352
gps, solar/moon roof Honda '06 CTX 1300 $17.999. OBO
etcs, 4lar/ roof Cruiser Like New 334-803-6882 CHEVROLET '08
etc 334-8991 5 4200 ML $6600 ROBO 2500*DuramaxLTZ BulldoziSng m Self Storage Sl Services Offered JMusical
Toyota '95 Camnry, 334-806-132200 JEEP 1987 Wrangler Loaded Z71 36K Home Improvementa
S$1300 FIRM 850-303- 4, a, ps, ac, at, miles, 4 door, nstrumentRepair
1189 Leave Message Honda 06' Rebel Solid new engine 'trans/ autoeanual tran s Home arian na
white w.nsh.e.d& tires. hard lop. 792- missr n. Like New p m
Volkswagen '06 Bee- sadie bags 2600 mi. 8018792-8827. 56500. condton, black este- Repas and elf Storage Mus /Band
tie, auto, diesel, 42K $3000. OBO 334-886- rior, lack inrtenor, Impovements le E, L
miles, 40MPG, load- 3326 334-714-1110 4WD, $37.000 FREE E'isL,.. / ima| E, controlled ,llp
Candy Apple Red, 2.8 F ,,,,z C A i-..'r(. *......i GUNS r
VW '07 Rabbit, miles, LIKE NEW, Eca(at3r ) .2...- Acr P, En I record & mix
manual,3 4Kalloy $5,300 229 -334-8520, Dump Truck V,.; .. ,,so i ?Par I liiMnh- KT from my home
new,S11,800. 334-355-1202304 V8 Bulldozer Rlx; -,-,..i. 1 ,dihk 2,J ,liinth FREE 3 Years in Business I in Marlanna.
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parts car 1958 Me3 334-3-es1 9 w/ 2 slides,[ sharp Grout ra H O ee HL e lt Dii a Is
6er 4 door, black, al sis i Nissan '09 Rogue, 20k $29,500. Offer AC & Heating Sales & installation o m u r
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need a few parts., miles. $10e,0 4.6, fully loaded, 115K runs & looks good. N aCons
pickup so willtrade 797-0768 $2,500. 334-735-5404. rs BUALITY SERVICE, TBARN
truckCao/tct 7 Nina Like New 250R Runner SRS, 2wd, Red w/blk stripes. oouM/H a VH e)iSCOVEc
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tainted. $4000. Buy Triumph (Daytona mounted on tool Oar. lift kit, 6" glass Slw Credit, Past Cell 50Your ,
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